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Posted by Bob on June 29th, 2012 under Coaching Session

My doctor brother and I had the same problem at parties. People would tell him their symptoms and want a free diagnoses, which is not what my brother was at a party to do. As a writer, I had an endless string of people asking me about this book idea they had. Usually an autobiography.

My brother’s standard reply was, “Call my office.”

I found one that was equally effective. I would say “Hundreds of people at parties have asked me about writing their book. I tell you what you do. You WRITE the explanation and SEND it to me, and I will give you the best advice I can.”

Out of hundreds of requests, in twenty years or so I got exactly ONE written piece of paper. I was impressed, gave him some really good advice, and never heard from him again.

I have been out here a long, long time. Every initiative of mine that has worked, there were a hundred that– you couldn’t even call it Failed — but went down without a ripple.

My BUGS approach asks a LOT of you. The Stormfront “Here’s a place to bitch, send money” is infinitely more practical.

Stormfront was hard. BUGS is impossible.

Getting people to send money either works or not, but it takes a lot of dedication and effort. The people who founded SF could have made a LOT more money elsewhere.

Getting people not to just send money, but actually to DO something is an effort that no one but a lunatic fanatic like me would stay with. A good TOO type could spend a week explaining why this can’t work.

I expected the present result. I got a lot of chatter about that article somebody is going to do. But they don’t want me to just publish it without looking at it.

Fat chance, dumbo!

What they mean is that writing it down exposes them. I know that. It takes a LOT of cajones to send anybody a DRAFT.

It’s is one hell of a lot easier, a hundred times easier, no matter how broke you say you are, to send in a twenty dollar check than it is to put one effort into cold print and put it in front of me.

It has to be WRITTEN, it has to be SENT and you have to face the music.

No one will remember this, but I am not interested in your grammar or spelling or sentence structure. I am a professional rewriter. If I find an idea in there I will help you express it.

If you want to really piss a professional writer off, take something he asks you to read over and explain the grammar and spelling you corrected. He is giving it to you to READ. He is in murderously competitive market and he wants to know if it WORKS.

So get up some guts, spend twenty minutes and get it down and TO me. Screw the spell check.

DO it.

  1. #1 by Dave on 06/29/2012 - 10:47 am

    BUGS content is a primer on how to successfully compete in politics.

    So it is a REFERENCE POINT. It is all about methods and perspective for successfully competing.

    If our enemies had good attitudes toward competition, they wouldn’t bother wrapping their lives in Wordism.

    There is a lot of just plain human nature that we are fighting which brings us to the cult aspect of our enemies’ behavior.

    But I see it through competition and how most people fail to come to grips with competition in a healthy way.

    But that is a boring topic. So I will focus on methods and perspective for political competition to toss over the “author’s” transom.

  2. #2 by Simmons on 06/29/2012 - 11:15 am

    Bob it is hard work trying to say something about the nothingness of the anti-whites once you have a Mantra technique down.

    But without the Mantra just about anyone can spew the usuall crime and IQ or death camps facts and rhetoric.

    Once you get the Mantra technique of thinking and rhetoric down and internalize the notion that yes you are in fact MORAL and morally superior to the genocide cult you realize that you are the professional athlete versus the elementary school gym class.

  3. #3 by cecilhenry on 06/29/2012 - 12:36 pm

    “Here’s a place to bitch, send money”

    I love it!!

    That is really bang on about so many movements.

    Takes guts to write. Also takes guts to speak up clearly and unapologetically to friends and strangers about racial matters.

    One thing I’ve learned– its not about the intellectual content of what your saying, its about the emotional reaction and motivations of the listener.

  4. #4 by Harumphty Dumpty on 06/29/2012 - 1:42 pm

    “twenty minutes”

    Twenty minutes? It took me longer than that to decide whether to write “r-word” or “R-word”!

  5. #5 by steadiness on 06/29/2012 - 2:17 pm

    Out there in the cultural marxist world, you can tell by the title exactly what a piece is going to say, because political correctness gives structure to their writing. The hierarchy of oppression, the blank slate interchangable created-the-same-by-God human nature, down to the absurd slogans like “rapes not about sex but about the patriarchy dominating all women”. They literally have very little freedom about what to say. In some cases, there’s an argument that both sides are oppressed.
    This gives them a kind of freedom from the consequences of what might otherwise be a creative act.
    I know this because I used to be one of them, writing what was politically correct and finding safety in the fact of being politically correct. In exchange for my creative soul, which should have aped God, the Devil offered safety through adherence to evil dogma.
    Anyway, I’ve been saying for a while now that the best way to expose the evil myth of social progress, that attempt by social scientists and social engineers to ape the progress of real science and real engineers, is to examine the history of gays. Engels wrote that gays only became oppressed once the patriarchial nuclear family structure was established, but Engels was, if we can pardon the common cultural marxist cliche, a smelly old white man speaking from ignorance. In fact, there was always more to family life than the simple nuclear family unit, and we may thank the twin evils of Capitalism and Socialism for the reduction of the family to that and less over the last 200 years.
    The family and the institution of marriage existed thousands of years ago in Greece, where ancient philosophers glorified homosexual love, with the myths of Achilles and Patroclus and the legendary Alexander the Great and Hephaestion. In Rome, Julius Caesar was depicted as bisexual, sometimes laughed at for it.
    In 1856, we had an openly gay President, James Buchanan.
    After Darwin figured out the evolution puzzle, social scientists decided that gays must be unnatural, because they couldn’t have the small, dissociated from the rest of the community nuclear family unit that had become popular. In a time of “Little House on the Prairie”, which makes the ridiculous claim that a homesteading family would be cut off from the rest of civilization like four Robinson Crusoes, it is small wonder that gay would be considered an evolutionary dead end unless it’s being faked to try to sneak into a woman’s confidence and bedroom.
    And so, since God’s eternal truth tracks whatever the social scientists say is politically correct, gays went from being unnatural, to being reviled by religion.
    Recently we’ve been discovering in animal species how transsexual animals reproduce by the equivalent of sneaking into women’s gyms and locker rooms. That and other non-heterosexual interactions observed between animals isn’t the driving force behind either the rightful distrust of transsexuals or the new acceptance of gays.
    This evidence only began to appear after the social scientists decided that gays were oppressed. They didn’t decide that gays were a fairly ordinary different type of person, like the absurdly tall people or absurdly fat people we occasion across. They didn’t decide that an ordinary gay man like James Buchanan or Julius Caesar isn’t a threat to society for being gay (unlike, say, certain gay activists…), and should be judged on what they do (unlike how now gays are protected from criticism in almost the same way as women, Blacks and Hispanics). They decided that gays were oppressed and that it would be politically correct to create a fictitious and unprecedented institution of “gay marriage”, and that anyone opposed must be filled with hate.
    Oppressed is the magic word.
    Recently, the world celebrated the centennial of Alan Turing. You can’t talk about Turing machines around gay activists without hearing …and the evil British government drove him to suicide out of evil bigotry, how much more could he have discovered, Turns out, his death was a suicide, but it wasn’t intentional- he was mixing chemicals in his basement lab without following any kind of safety protocol, and ended up smelling cyanide.
    As soon as gays became oppressed, they had to be put on that pedestal.
    As Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Junior would have it, “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice”. Rather, the arc of the progressive universe is long, but it bends around in a circle. This is the march of social progress, up and down the muddy field, tearing up the grass.

  6. #6 by Lord Nelson on 06/29/2012 - 4:50 pm

    From the previous thread: “Nice try, LN, but no banana”.

    Ha ha! Should have known better than to try and pull the wool over Ole Bob’s eyes.

    I will write something and send it by tomorrow. Hope others do the same.


  7. #7 by Dick_Whitman on 06/29/2012 - 5:10 pm

    Where do we send it?

  8. #8 by six gun on 06/29/2012 - 5:33 pm

    There is a messaging system on this blog.

    If you signed in this will open the new message to site admin

    • #9 by Gavin on 06/29/2012 - 5:48 pm

      I sent mine in by going to the dashboard backend section of this site through my account, then going to “add new post”

      • #10 by Harumphty Dumpty on 06/29/2012 - 5:52 pm

        @ Six gun and Gavin: But am I right in thinking that if I’m just normally signed on to this site, I have no way of knowing I have a message unless the sender posts to me that he’s sent me one?

        Oh, I guess you’re talking about article submission. But as long as I mentioned it, can’t anything be done to this site so that we can PM each other here without having to post to each other that we’ve sent a message?

        • #11 by Daniel Genseric on 06/29/2012 - 6:43 pm

          You should poke around the dashboard area a little bit more. We have the capability you are asking for.

          Profile->Private messages

  9. #12 by six gun on 06/29/2012 - 7:22 pm

    I meant submitted an article to the Management.
    The presence of new messages in your account does not appear in the frontend of the site. Don’t know if it can be configured to do so.
    There is also a bug in the message count in the backend. I sent myself 2 messages as tests. I have deleted this but they still appear as new messages.

    Says “WordPress 3.4.1 is available! Please notify the site administrator.”

  10. #13 by c-bear on 06/29/2012 - 8:08 pm

    “Here’s a place to bitch, send money” doesn’t work.
    There is a HUGE base of dissident white folks that need a place to vent. SF gives that to them. But when the venting is over, what has been accomplished? The effect is a bunch of white folks who are no longer a threat, because they have expended most their energy on forums like SF. Energy has to flow. Bugs takes that energy and redirects it into something we know works. There is obviously a big difference between what is said and what is DONE. Bugs is the difference.

    • #14 by six gun on 06/29/2012 - 9:26 pm

      SF is a good base for many positive activities. I hope nothing bad has happened. It has been down all day.

      • #15 by c-bear on 06/29/2012 - 9:52 pm

        SF is good for what it is. Bugs takes it to the next level. The point is the difference between what is said, and what is done.

        • #16 by Daniel Genseric on 06/30/2012 - 12:59 am

          BUGS is the action everyone on SF keeps TALKING about. You are right about N&J being a blow-off valve. What a waste, but I think the A.W.’s like it that way.

          Bob is right about that too.

  11. #17 by Jason on 06/30/2012 - 2:29 am

    I think I submitted an article. Please let me know if you all don’t get it.

    • #18 by SysOp on 07/01/2012 - 12:49 am

      Don’t see it jason, please submit it though the add new article function.

      • #19 by Jason on 07/01/2012 - 2:16 am

        I don’t see that function. On the upper left I see a NEW button and I can reply or start a new topic, but nothing about article. I tried sending a PM to site admin before. Where is Add New Article function? I tried sending a PM to you, but I don’t see it as a Sent item in my mailbox. Sorry for technical incompetence.

      • #20 by six gun on 07/01/2012 - 12:25 pm

        I can send a private message to myself in the dashboard area.
        Is admin getting messages from members?
        When you say “new article” function are you saying “Create New Topic?”

  12. #21 by Jason on 06/30/2012 - 9:50 am

    It is SO much easier to write long critiques of other people’s stuff than produce your own stand-alone piece. But anyone who throws something up does us a great service. It gives us something to debate, a way to sharpen our skills and help each other improve.

    It need not be good to be useful!

  13. #22 by BGLass on 06/30/2012 - 1:21 pm

    When I went to bottom of page Site Admin it said, “Sorry permission denied,” and only site admin can use mobile panel—- but is that where the “pm” area is to send? Someone else mentioned the ‘back dashboard’ but no idea what that is. Do you send materials through site admin? Read through all comments but still can’t tell.

  14. #23 by six gun on 07/01/2012 - 5:52 am

    I have just written an article on how to send an article. It includes screen prints so people can see how to do it.

    Bob I have posted the article to you using the messaging system on the site.
    I can hardly type now. My eyes have gone funny as I’m going to get a migraine and there has been a big car crash outside the house. Sunday bloody Sunday.

    • #24 by Jason on 07/01/2012 - 6:43 am

      Thank you for that. Maybe a new Topic could be created for it? Either way, that’s great. I’ve poked around Dashboard and don’t see any ability to submit an article or make a new post.

  15. #25 by BGLass on 07/01/2012 - 10:41 am

    Looks like things be received through the “pm” / messaging system to site admin that Six Gun posted? Hope that is correct.

  16. #26 by Tom Bowie on 07/04/2012 - 7:26 pm

    While I may not be a skilled wordsmith; I am often given to think of a central line from an old story I once read when The Coach urges us to never forget nor let them forget. The story is kind of vague in my mind other than the main lines; a question and it’s reply.

    (As I recall it was)

    What kind of men would there be in the world without men like us?

    Men like us!

    We’ve been hurt, we’re angry and far more than I could ever express with only my poor words. When asked if I want tribunals, I’m tempted to say yes and go into details. Then I get control of myself and express my greatest desire; that we are so successful that there be no more men like us nor a need for them.

    Perhaps somebody more skilled with the written word than I can use this.

    • #27 by Jason on 07/04/2012 - 10:27 pm

      Hehehe Tom I understand the temptation very well, but it DOES pay off to stay on topic. I’m more convinced than ever, the Mantra is the path to ultimately GETTING what we want. We make THEIR evil of genocide the issue, not our reaction to it, and the Anti-Whites fall apart.

  17. #28 by six gun on 07/04/2012 - 7:47 pm

    Tom don’t mention tribunals – n8glenn will have a fit.

    There should always be men (and women) like us, we are White and normal.

    We don’t want men (and women) like them, they are anti-Whites or as I said to an anti-White on youtube, You are unnatural, even subhuman. You are an anti-White. Anti-racism is a code word for anti-White.

    The post got spammed out – they don’t like the truth you see.

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