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Controlling the Revolution We Cause

Sam Adams had a lot to do with making the American Revolution happen, but his cousin John became president. The man who had most to do with bringing on independence (and NAMED the United States) was Thomas Paine, and he nearly starved during the war and got nothing from the United States. photo adamss_zps807d9023.jpg

Practically nobody knows who named the United States or the critical importance of Paine’s Common Sense in bringing on independence.

And another overwhelming fact about the realities of the Revolution, the American Army never again performed as well against the British, even when it had combat trained Continentals, as the Forces of Massachusetts did before Washington took over.
While many pro-whites spend a lot of energy weeping about how powerful and deeply entrenched anti-whites are, almost nobody sees what the real lesson is. BUGS has made astounding gains if, and only if, we take the reality of the sheer power of the anti-whites into account. Lots of people bemoan the power balance but almost no one sees how much we have done with so little.

I mentioned in the last article how we have changed the debate. Practically nobody starts to argue with us the way they used to, by saying “I can’t be anti-white because I’m white.”

This change is so minor nobody notices it, but it is stupendous. It means that the entire titanic power and numbers of our enemies has been affected by the Mantra.

Seeing this is critical, because if we are going to take over we are not going to measure anything by amateur means. We cannot make the mistake of measuring our power the way amateurs do.

Washington became Commander in Chief so Washington caused the Revolution and Washington won the Revolution. That is the way that the paycheck types view power politics.

If BUGSERS follow me closely they will take power and paychecks as they should.

Please note that the lesson of the American Revolution has been learned by no one, example, the last Russian Revolution. In that not a single dissident has gotten any more power or position from the Revolution they caused than did Sam Adams or Thomas Paine.

No, you will have to do less mind wandering and more disciplined thinking about what I tell you if you are to have the revolution we want. Otherwise you will follow the usual route and lose control of the results.