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Dealing With Reality

Posted by Bob on December 5th, 2012 under Coaching Session

Fifty years ago Carleton Putnam wrote letters to Southern newspapers about black IQ and evidence for resistance to integration. Putnam was a multimillionaire, a founder of Delta Airlines,, but he found that Southerners were sending donations to what became the Putnam Letters Committee.

So when I was writing propaganda for our side, I sent out a fund mailing.

It didn’t work.

The spontaneous support for Putnam was a unique case.Photobucket

So I wrote articles here about how, under the BEST circumstances, direct mailing funding works.

You never send out letters to people with money who shout about how they support your cause, the way I did. It is routine that people shout loudly and carry a twig.

I did write about this repeatedly to entertain myself.

I wrote it, as I do so much else, to show you how the world works, knowledge for which I have paid dearly.

I explained how all those people who swear they will fight to the death are BS. I explained how, if you are extremely lucky, you will build a “house list” to keep your outfit going.

One commenter was crying about how he got about 90 petition signatures from almost two thousand new SFers. I expect most of you missed the point of the dozens of pieces I have written on this subject. To get over ninety out of two thousand is, out in reality land, a VERY good return.

If a list you rent gives you a one percent return, you mail it again. A straight repeat mailing across the same list will give you almost exactly half the return the original one did. The people who respond go on your “house list,” people who are interested in contributing to your cause.

I told you all this for a REASON.

I told you this a dozen times for a reason.

No, people will not just “come through.”

I have spent much money and many hours explaining what to do in this real world.

About one percent of BUGS readership ever does ANYTHING.

I took that for granted.

This hurts, this discourages, but it is reality.

Until you learn that this is reality, what I write is pretty useless.

  1. #1 by Jason on 12/05/2012 - 6:42 am

    Maybe this can be encouraging: there aren’t many people on the other side who actually DO anything either. Think of the tens of thousands of goobers who post PC drivel on the Huffington Post. Most of them can’t even be induced to put down their pot and Cheetos for a few minutes to do anything productive.

    I’m starting to think the number of people who actually move the world, in the political/social/cultural realm, is microscopic. It doesn’t pay anything and it takes hard work.

    And from what I’ve seen, one real BUGSTER can beat a thousand anti-Whites.

  2. #2 by Harumphty Dumpty on 12/05/2012 - 9:42 am

    Okay Bob, you’ve been saying it, but I haven’t been hearing it, until I started pushing these petitions.

    I’ve been having a sick under-feeling the last couple of days, which your remark about the returns on “remailings” strengthens.

    The feeling has been that when we try to replace the two petitions we have going right now, to keep their message up permanently on Obama’s billboard, we may have even more trouble getting enough signatures than we had with the first versions.

    I had been thinking that each time we put up a successor petition it should get easier, because pro-whites would be learning the drill, and understanding…ha ha!…the need for the petitions, but I’m guessing that instead they will have just gotten bored with the small bit of entertainment we’ve been providing.

    But I have to find out for certain (that’s the way I am), and also test some new appeals and find some new places to appeal.

    In any case, if it turns out to take 3 weeks to get a petition up with just a slight bit of effort (instead of a huge time-absorbing effort), and so it’s up for just one week of the 4 weeks of its life, that would still be worthwhile. What I take from today’s blog is to just work with reality and not get our undies in a twist about it.

    It’s on my mind a lot that so many posters at TOO and elsewhere think that posting endlessly about what-the-white-movement-should-do, and how-the-world-should-look-when-the-white-movement-triumphs, are engaging in perfectly sane activity.

    It’s hard to adjust to finding out the world is even crazier than you thought it was, and I think I’m not real used to truly understanding things about reality that other people don’t.

    BTW, Bob, if you think my phrase “the white movement” that I used above is not a good idea, I’d appreciate a word on it…I don’t know when I’m going to get around to facing the computer challenge of trying to deal with skype.

  3. #3 by dungeoneer on 12/05/2012 - 10:03 am

    Aside from the point Bob makes about dealing with the reality of limited involvement of the masses which should be burned into our souls after our lonely struggle here at BUGS, there is nothing to feel down about from a message proliferation point of view.

    Only 90 sigs but white geNOcide in 2000 SF eyeballs and brains plus the people hitting the whitehouse site, that`s still valuable points in the game even if this is as far as the petition(s) goes.

  4. #4 by Harumphty Dumpty on 12/05/2012 - 10:10 am

    I just posted this on one of our SF petition threads. I think I’ll include the statement in bold in every post I make in the white-o-sphere about the petitions. Maybe it will be a tiny nudge toward making activism seem the norm.

    Up and at ’em, folks! It’s time to add your noms de pétition to these two petitions, and post them elsewhere so others can sign.

    Use Obama’s billboard to get our messages out there!

  5. #5 by Harumphty Dumpty on 12/05/2012 - 10:24 am

    I read Putnam’s Race and Reason a few years ago and thought it was marvelous.

    And it was so easy to understand! It did not take me beyond the curve of the cave I was in! Nor can I imagine that at the time it appeared it stretched Southerners at all, but rather just strengthened what they already felt.

    Bob, I don’t know what your propaganda was when you sent out funding requests, but if it was something beyond the curve like the Mantra is, that would be a factor. Also, didn’t Putnam’s stuff come out right when Southerners’ initial reactions to the integration decree were at their strongest? Maybe he caught that wave, just like we should have caught the wave of the national secession petition frenzy, instead of coming in a slight bit too late.

    Re beyond the curve: The petition about genocide in S. Africa is doing considerably better than our petition about the genocide that is wiping us out.

    P.S. I knew a brilliant guy who sold stuff using mailing lists, and your remarks about the low percentages take me back.

    • #6 by OldBlighty on 12/05/2012 - 10:45 am

      The SF folks are afraid to sign it, because they think the government will find out about them.

      But the thing is the government already knows everything about them and everyone else, so they have nothing to lose:

      NSA Whistleblower: Everyone in US under virtual surveillance, all info stored, no matter the post

      • #7 by Wm White on 12/05/2012 - 11:54 am

        That is one scary and eye opening video about the NSA and the governments complicity in unconstitutional activities. I’m not naive about government underhandedness but a new domestic spy center to hold a yottabyte of e-mail and other electronic data info –that can be accessed without a warrant or judges court order. Wow. Where are we anyway . . . Europe? lol

        P.S. even General’s Petraeus and Allen can get busted today (for personal indiscretions) and they were golden boys.

        How do we get one of those to dispense the Mantra message?

        • #8 by OldBlighty on 12/05/2012 - 12:04 pm

          Its pretty obvious those officers were set up. Nothing in politics happens by accident.

          As for that video it makes me bolder, because now I know, I have nothing to lose.

  6. #9 by Dave on 12/05/2012 - 11:05 am

    The problem with a guy like Putnam is that he lived in underserved security. His public dabbling in the subject of racialism and integration was simply a behavioral marker of that.

    What disconnects people from reality is undeserved security. That is why ideology means so little.

    For example, I wish I had a nickel for every “environmentalist” with fat scientifically unsupported opinions, shouted out by someone too lazy to do any real homework.

    VERY FEW PEOPLE do any real work anyway or take any real actions, but they all have fat opinions. This is universal and worldwide and a meaningless fact.

    The problem is not people who shout loudly, don’t do any real work, and don’t take any real action in the world. This is not a problem for us, and it is not a problem for our enemies.

    The problem is people who live in undeserved security. That is what disconnects us from reality. This is a problem for us and equally if not greater problem for our enemies.

    Roosevelt’s aphorism, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself” is the dumbest aphorism ever spoken.

    Fear is what connects us to reality. I don’t trust people who don’t live in dread. Their actions and behavior are stupid, ineffective, and not astute, just like Putnam and his ineffective bloviating and nonsense.

    You have to remove people’s security (both financial and physical) to wake them up. As our enemies are doing this for us, we are good to go.

    • #10 by Harumphty Dumpty on 12/05/2012 - 11:27 am

      I don’t know about your remarks as they pertain to Putnam, but I certainly agree with your point about undeserved security disconnecting us from reality. The security I grew up in kept me living in a world of make-believe on many matters for decades!
      The content of Race and Reason is no longer in my memory (I only recall that I thought it was very good), but if it’s still in yours, I’d be curious what it was about his remarks that made you consider them “bloviating” and “nonsense.” This isn’t a challenge, since I don’t really have any attachment to the matter, I’m just interested.

    • #11 by Daniel Genseric on 12/05/2012 - 2:19 pm

      “Fear is what connects us to reality.”


      Fear is what reminds us that PAIN is real. Your ‘feral dogs’ have long since forgotten any fear of pain. Fear-based societies ALWAYS fail because they grow scar tissue.

    • #12 by Karlfried on 12/06/2012 - 3:54 pm

      …What disconnects people from reality is undeserved security
      I think that this is a main point. In my country Germany there are many so called “Gutmenschen”
      (=”I belong to the morally better ones”-type). They speak all the time, that many ten million poor people from Africa should come to Europe, that would be no problem. Also gypsies und Turks should come in masses, that would be no problem. These “Gutmenschen” live not in the same part of the cities as the foreigners, und so they feel personally safe. Also they feel inside, that their normal German folksmen und the German state have the duty to protect them. Therefore they feel protected and they feel completely free to invide tens of millions of poor third world people and there offspring to come and stay in Europe. — Since some time I have reduced the personal contact with those “Gutmenschen” who I know personally and I have made clear to them, that in case of trouble in the future they will stand alone, because many normal Germans see them not only as crazy or traitorous, but, if you measure the doing by the results, as murderers of a complete race, our race, the white race.
      So hopefully the “Gutmenschen” see that they have to pay a price, beginning with today. From now on they are told, also in the open, that what they really are, murderers of a beautiful race,
      thus bringing incredible harm to mankind. Being told that openly they loose their “undeserved security, their undeserved feeling of moral superiority”.

  7. #13 by OldBlighty on 12/05/2012 - 11:06 am

    Bob, we have a troll posting in the SWARM called 14Zyklon88.

  8. #14 by Simmons on 12/05/2012 - 11:48 am

    Here is the deal, we probably have new people who did not read those missives on fund raising by Bob, and now we have Bob in a funk.

    So may I now please ask posters to stop crying here, and if you need to cry go hug a pillow, but don’t cry here.

    Bob is an useful asset, but baby sitter he is not.

  9. #15 by OldBlighty on 12/05/2012 - 11:58 am

    “If a list you rent gives you a one percent return, you mail it again. ”

    That is a standard measure of profitability for any online business. If you can get over 1%, it is profitable. Less than that, you find another line of business.

  10. #16 by Daniel Genseric on 12/05/2012 - 1:09 pm

    “Until you learn that this is reality, what I write is pretty useless.”

    Well, whattaya want, Bob?

    We’ve been studying tomes from Intellectuals in fantasyland for more than 40 years! It’s difficult to not black-out that somebody who has actually made real moves really exists in The Movement.

    In a room full of 100 pretenders, whom we are forced to grin at with a plastic smile, it’s difficult for some of us to remember that we can wipe that painful look off our mugs and take YOU seriously.

    C’mon, man. Get REAL!

  11. #17 by Bob on 12/05/2012 - 2:47 pm

    90 of 2000 is a 4.5% return. A test like that in direct mailing would, if it ever happened, cause an impromptu champain party.

    • #18 by Daniel Genseric on 12/05/2012 - 3:33 pm

      Then, a toast is in order!

      Here’s to REAL pain for our sham friends and champagne for our real FRIENDS!


  12. #19 by mandela on 12/05/2012 - 3:25 pm

    Have experienced all you say in this article Bob, but it only takes a fraction of a percent of people to change society. I believe we need to work hard like we do, and we may harness a sudden wave of support. A change in mood of the masses can spread like wildfire. And this site makes all this look possible. If I was an anti-White I would be very worried about us.

    • #20 by BoardAd on 12/06/2012 - 2:03 pm

      Correction to Bob’s comment:

      I done goofed. The article that was supposed to run today will run tomorrow.

  13. #21 by Bob on 12/05/2012 - 8:09 pm

    mandela, your last sentence will be confirmed in tomorrow’s article.

  14. #22 by Tom Bowie on 12/05/2012 - 9:50 pm

  15. #23 by mandela on 12/05/2012 - 11:36 pm

    I never miss an article, will hear from you tomorrow then. Cheers

  16. #24 by premiseblog on 12/06/2012 - 2:17 am

    Thanks for your reality Bob.
    You influence many people. We need sound ways of thinking like this to have a high quality of life. If this equality business goes to far, we will have no quality left.

    Moral Barriers to White Survival by Alex Kurtagic

    “In any movement there are five planes of operation: the intellectual, the strategic, the organisational, the activist, and the man in the street. (…)
    The activist will be useless, even counter-productive, unless his message and his arguments are informed by a sound, appropriate, and articulable moral theory; unless he is organised to operate credibly and effectively; and unless his organisation has strategies that can translate abstract theory into a pragmatic, results-oriented program of action (…) – an endless barrage of narrowly defined, single-issue, winnable campaigns.

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