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Don Black Uses My Staff Work

Posted by Bob on August 13th, 2012 under Coaching Session

Don Black did a great job in his interview on ‘’

And he knew he had done a great job.

My comment was:

“Don is the first pro-white Name to use my services. I came to the movement as a writer and advisor whom leaders had paid lots of money and power to put their message into words. I offered and I offered and I offered to do that gratis for them, a staffer with no credit for his work, but not one of them showed any interest.”

“We could have had the Mantra going full scale a decade ago, and I would ask less credit than I am getting now.”

My name connected with the Mantra is STILL preventing its use.

One group is trying to raise money on a effusion of the Mantra as Defenders of Diversity. The Mantra has to be unrecognizable and usable to raise money.

No Name in our movement ever seemed to even to try to understand what Senior Staff is. They seem to go along with the myth that “staff runs Capitol Hill.”

In the real world if you start to RUN anything, you will never get another job as staff on the Hill.

Black used my input as staff input. Like every other professional I have worked with, and I have worked with a LOT of them, he used my stuff to express his own position. Congressmen have an eighty-hour week and they simply do not have the time to sit and think things out as well as they would like to.

So they hire people like me to express what they are thinking. The coal miners, truckers, farmers, anti-busers I worked with and marched with got the same service from me, and we were overwhelmed with people who wanted our services.

A coal miner understands fee staff services is a favor, not an imposition.

Thanks, Don, great work!

  1. #1 by Jason on 08/13/2012 - 7:55 am

    Bob (and Horus and others), what would you really like to see out of us, besides posting the Mantra? What sort of thing would be an event, idea or program that would further promote our cause?

    I feel like I should be doing something to find new opportunities to spread the Mantra, perhaps new methods. But maybe that is wrong? Maybe just posting the Mantra on the internet is fine for now?

    Must of us aren’t media/marketing experts. I’ve never been involved in a campaign in my life. But I think we are getting close to a point where breakouts of Mantra concepts into the mainstream will be possible, and if we could push in the right way, it might make all the difference.

    And for Bob or anyone – why was the lady with CBS so nice to Don? I was shocked.

    • #2 by OldBlighty on 08/13/2012 - 1:47 pm

      She wasn’t nice, she was professional.

      The ideal of investigative journalism used to be, get the story and remain neutral.

      You guys are used to seeing corrupt journalism, where the journalist slants the story for political gain.

      • #3 by Jason on 08/13/2012 - 7:39 pm

        When did journalists ever act like professionals when it came to pro-White groups? I know something about media history, and I can’t think of an example in the last 40 years. The media has ALWAYS been slanted, going back to before WWII. They pretended to be ‘objective” for a long time, but they were pushing a Left wing agenda.

        • #4 by OldBlighty on 08/13/2012 - 9:52 pm

          They behave that way on ALL stories now, not just the pro white issue. This is how everyone knows they are corrupt.

          You guys need to get off this nice crap and compliment her on her Professionalism. If we say, a journalist is on our side, when she is just behaving in a professional manner, she will be replaced with an anti-whitethatwantstogenocide1billionwhites.

          I would have thought people around HERE, would understand that words matter.

          • #5 by Jason on 08/13/2012 - 10:14 pm

            You are going to make me explain every little detail to you, aren’t you? ‘Nice’ is just an informal word that means she wasn’t combative or using the interview to make him look bad, which is the normal media Anti-White protocol 100% of the time. No one said she was on our side – she wasn’t. She just didn’t attack him the way all media figures ALWAYS do. Plus, the producers of the clip allowed it to be put on their website, so this isn’t just about her. This is DIFFERENT behavior from the past by more than one person at CBS.

            And if we see a possible shift in how pro-White groups are covered, it behooves us to understand why. The major media have acted very UNPROFESSIONALLY since at least before WWII. Since the days when a reporter at the NYT’s told us, “I have seen the future and it works”, about the Soviet Union in 1933. He was lying through his teeth. In what world do you live in where the media acts professionally?

            Now, if you think the producers at CBS are reading this blog, and gauging their actions based on how friendly or unfriendly we seem to them, I’ll have a bit of whatever your puffing on.

            • #6 by OldBlighty on 08/14/2012 - 12:49 am

              I am not interested in explanations. I want you to use the word Professional to describe professional work, not “she is being nice to us”.

              “Nice” and “she is on our side” is what some commenters at SF are using and I would expect BUGSers to know better than them.

              And yes, this is the Internet and we are being watched by professional anti-whites.

              I shouldn’t have had to say it three times, and I shouldn’t have had to explain it in detail. For a BUGSer, this is BASIC.

              • #7 by Jason on 08/14/2012 - 6:22 am

                Fair point: Professional is the better term.

  2. #8 by six gun on 08/13/2012 - 8:43 am

    “..why was the lady with CBS so nice to Don? I was shocked.”

    Maybe Don wouldn’t speak to her unless she was nice.
    Maybe she was new to the job.
    Maybe she was secretly pro-White.
    Maybe she read and understood the Mantra.
    Maybe she was a nice woman.
    Maybe she was a lady.

    John Locke didn’t think CNN was very nice.

    • #9 by Jason on 08/13/2012 - 7:44 pm

      Reporters can promise (and do promise) to be nice, but once the camera rolls they do what they want. And edit how they want. What’s interesting is that someone produced the segment and someone at CBS had to approve airing it, and they all signed off on it.

      I think it is GREAT they were civil to Don, and I don’t think it is some dirty trick on their part, but it is HIGHLY unusual.

  3. #10 by The Old Man of the Mountain on 08/13/2012 - 9:30 am

    Coach Bob taught me to ask questions.

    A statement will get dismissed or ignored, but a question will stick to them like glue.

    Why is that?

    • #11 by Daniel Genseric on 08/13/2012 - 10:51 am

      Because everybody, I mean EVERYBODY, thinks they have the answers.

      Mantra questions PROVE they do not have the answers they thought they once had. They don’t even have to answer us to make our points.

      How come you can’t UN-HEAR sound?

      Could it be that the nice lady from CBS was a gentle lady because Don is a gentleman?

      • #12 by Jason on 08/13/2012 - 7:50 pm

        Don acting like a sincere gentleman may have helped, and even thrown her off. She may have expected a combative interviewee. We’ll have to remember that. But we have all seen media people utterly rip a nice person to shreds when they want to – and usually someone from Stromfront would be destroyed.

        These reporters have their careers to think about. Being known as the lady who was nice to Stormfront guy can’t be good in their circles. I’m GLAD she was, but I’m still baffled by it.

        • #13 by Daniel Genseric on 08/14/2012 - 6:47 am

          It wasn’t “Acting.” Don IS a gentleman.

  4. #14 by Tom Bowie on 08/13/2012 - 10:19 am

    “It ain’t about duck hunting.”
    The NRA says it but they don’t like it; it was forced upon the leaders by their members. If not for the membership it would be about duck hunting.

    As The Mantra gains ground the rest will fall into place.
    Preasure from below.

  5. #15 by j1mmyZeta on 08/13/2012 - 7:58 pm

    I don’t know if this has been mentioned before, but I had been thinking about when using the mantra in conversation or in a verbal argument, it would probably be more effective if we don’t appear to be reciting something verbatim like when we are hitting comment threads, but to put the talking points of the Mantra into a more natural sounding statement; which is what Don did.

    There are inherent differences between people reading our comments somewhere, and talking to someone in person.

    I think if he had started reciting the mantra word-for-word in a robotic fashion, it may not have sounded as convincing and it is likely that he would have been interrupted by the reporter before he had finished the whole 222 words.

    It was very encouraging to hear, and there wasn’t a negative reaction from the reporter when he said it. It seemed like she just accepted it.

    • #16 by Daniel Genseric on 08/13/2012 - 9:38 pm

      She had no choice, Jim.

      The Mantra is a straight-up death hammer dealing lethal blows to everything Politically Correct. If that is your entire world, then it is a shock and awe experience to have that upended in short order.

      Deer in the head lights. I have seen it more than once myself in real life. And it’s BEAUTIFUL.

      Pandora doesn’t go back in the box, baby!

      • #17 by Jason on 08/13/2012 - 9:51 pm

        The Mantra works wonders, but she could have been a bitch if she wanted to. Any reporter can interrupt, ask jerky questions, make accusations. Yet she was respectful to him during the whole interview and he didn’t even mention any Mantra points until almost 3 minutes in.

        I’m happy about it, I just find it puzzling. Unless it means that if so many WNist in the past hadn’t acted like weirdos we could have gotten better press 50 years ago. It’s not just the Mantra in this case – She was obviously being quite nice to him before he mentioned any Mantra points.

        • #18 by Daniel Genseric on 08/14/2012 - 6:51 am

          Perhaps she had a sixth sense, you know that intuition thing, that she was going to get hit with something. Maybe she is just that professional.

          Professionalism (as is objectivity) is a rather rare quality these days in journalism, but it is possible.

    • #19 by Iceknight on 08/14/2012 - 6:05 am

      I agree J1mmy, The Mantra so far has only been an internet phenomenon. I had reservations about how well it would translate to the real world, but Don has answered those question in my mind, it translates perfectly!

      I also agree reciting it verbatim as we do online does not really work on a conversational level. Don pushes our point much more effectively by simply weaving the key talking points into natural everyday conversation.

  6. #20 by mandela on 08/13/2012 - 8:13 pm

    I am also shocked that she was able to be so nice to him. And I love Don Black now that I see him using the mantra

  7. #21 by Daniel Genseric on 08/14/2012 - 6:56 am

    How many Mantra talking points one can get in during live debate is dependent on the context of the conversation/topic and WHERE you are in the conversation or interview.

    Control the flow.

    i.e. During a debate on WHITE PRIVILEGE, almost ALL of the talkers can be used in real life, in real time. Describe “the RACE problem” as ‘white privilege’ and you will see what I mean. Bob’s Mantra is but a template for success. If you haven’t figured that out by now, then there’s not much anyone can do for you.

  8. #22 by Tom Bowie on 08/14/2012 - 10:42 am

    Don Black sees who he wants to see when he wants to see them. Mr. Black understands he has his own media on the Internet.
    Some reporters understand this and will have a much better chance of interviewing him again.
    Mr. Black is controlling the message in more ways than one.

  9. #23 by Simmons on 08/14/2012 - 11:29 am

    Years ago we went thru this, I mentioned how the Mantra could be broken into parts for conversation. Well my back is still bleeding from the whooping Bob gave me.

    But those were the dark days and Bob was rightfully worried that us “intellectual” types would wander off into wordism.

    Still for any Noob it pays dividends to know the Mantra in full because it prepares the mind for the inevatible interogation. Don passed his test, someone who talks to him might ask how he felt after that interview versus the others he has done.

  10. #24 by H.Avenger on 08/17/2012 - 8:37 pm

    “We could have had the Mantra going full scale a decade ago, and I would ask less credit than I am getting now.”

    “My name connected with the Mantra is STILL preventing its use.”

    Very true. And white rabbits everywhere get credit for the Mantra being spoken. Had I actually used my personal name instead of an allegory. We would still be here without a Swarm and a only a handful of Mantra users. Practical Politics works in the direct opposite of how most people think things like this actually work.

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