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We Want POWER!

Posted by Laura on November 2nd, 2017 under Coaching Session

By Bob Whitaker: never before published


Something utterly new has happened:


PRO-WHITES on American campuses have begun to demand free speech on campus.

In Europe the Communists ruled all discussion just as the Comms do here. But almost as soon as the Nazis began to take on the Reds in the streets, Communists started losing. In fact, the elapse between the right beginning to show some testosterone and their taking power was, in historical terms, very very short.

By the election of 1932, no government could be formed without including the Communists with their usual thugs and mob rule on campus. The same thing had happened in Italy a decade before, when testosterone drowned out their Old Right. I have discussed repeatedly the fact that Mussolini lost the March on Rome when he almost MISSED the March that gave him power.

Mussolini had just made on more demand that the masses march, just as our “leaders” make the demand and wait for the usual flow of money and praise to come in.  But this time, unlike their “leaders,” who sat there and told each other what a hard sell any real action would be, their base wanted POWER.

By 1932 poor effeminate sighing “leadership” had FINALLY bored away everybody who had any actual heartbeat.

More important a new “leadership” had risen that actually LISTENED to what was going on.

Suddenly, as now, the LEFTISTS made it clear to the meanest that there would no longer be even a pretence of free speech for anyone but them, and for only a small portion of THEM.

Which is suddenly where we are now.

Twice the present pro-white “pros” tried to do a Trump commercial.

He repeated and retweeted ours.

  1. #1 by Tom Bowie on 11/10/2017 - 9:31 am

    Several Folks were arrested in the aftermath of Cville. Somebody said “Their only mistake was going to Virginia, they would have not of had any trouble here.” another person agreed with that statement.

    Each of those people had the legal authority to back that statement up; what they lacked was the power to make things happen.

    I find expressing my thoughts difficult to put into words on this topic but I think folks here will understand anyway. Its the difference between having a “position of power” and having real power. Holding a position of authority to exercise power is quite different than having power.

    • #2 by eyeslevel on 11/17/2017 - 1:39 pm

      Tom, remember what Bob said about Huey Long, one of the most successful politicians of the 20th Century.

      “Huey Long was asked what Political Leadership is, and he gave a frank and accurate reply:

      ‘You find out the direction everybody is going and you run out front’…

      What mattered to me was not who walked in front but why the crowd was marching in that direction in the first place.

      THAT is POWER.”

      I remember a talk radio show where the producer recalled meeting long time Senator Strom Thurmond, supposedly one of the most powerful men in Washington. He asked Thurmond if he was a racist and the Senator replied: “The times changed and I changed with them.” This doesn’t sound like a man in power. It sounds a lot like what Huey Long said.

      The way I put it is- in office is not in power. No one has to be more careful of what they say than a politician. Power comes from controlling public opinion. We’re interested in what makes the crowd go somewhere, what makes the times change.

  2. #3 by Gavin on 11/11/2017 - 7:25 am

    Visibility politics were irrelevant 100 years ago.

    Whites need to stop trying to get attention and start becoming invisible.

    Leave the marching and screaming to the anti-Whites. Become invisible and silent.

  3. #4 by Gavin on 11/30/2017 - 9:50 pm

    The fatal flaw in this cause is the inability of it’s elder leadership to seek out and provide resources for it’s brightest young minds.

    This cause has given me so much. It has rescued me from a literal hell on Earth but ultimately without funding and a supportive environnent even the best minds run out of gas and spin out of control.

    It seems like the epitome of ingratitude to complain about those who have given me so much not giving me more but a practical reality is that so many problems could have been avouded if just a little bit of effort was put into creating a better environment for those of us doing such important work to do it in.

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