If you want to keep your principles constant, your course of action will necessarily change as the circumstances evolve.
And the circumstances are definitely “evolving.”
It would be wise, at this stage, to ask ourselves what has changed for us since the Trump election, if it affects us in any way, and ponder on how we might tweak our tactics to adapt to this new reality.
While these changes would be particularly noticeable and effective in north America, they may have repercussions everywhere in the West eventually. But as of now, the tactical discussions will be more oriented towards the situation of Yanks and Leafs.
I’ll begin by discussing what has changed. I’m not passing judgement here on whether any of this is “good” or “bad” for us, simply noting how the situation is evolving. It’s up to us to turn these events into either problems or opportunities.
Changes in the media
The mainstream media and its relationship to us, the state and the public might be the thing that changed the most in the past year.
For one, tv-watching and newspaper reading has gone down steadily, and all studies show that public trust in the media is in free fall. In their enthusiasm to promote Hillary and sink Trump (and then get him impeached), the media’s been caught lying again and again, further lowering their credibility.
This has led to a bizarre new effect, in which people the media attack become more popular in polls while people the media praise lose public approval. The latest example of this is Jared Kushner, who has the lowest popularity score in Trump’s family, yet is the only one the media has praised consistently.
The second effect of this is that the media is on financial life support, relying mainly on sensationalism in order to boost their ratings. This means, for the most part, attacking Trump and his supporters through various scandals.
However, Trump’s constant attacks on the media have left them in a state of acute paranoia and fear, leading to frequent grave errors in judgement, especially in the form of over-reaching. The latest example of that was their public threatening of the guy who made that CNN wrestling GIF.
Parallel to all of this, and partly because of it, we’ve seen an explosion in the viewership and importance of alternative media sources, as well as a significant right-ward shift by popular internet figures (PewDiePie, Jon Tron and various twitter personalities come to mind).
All this, I believe, has changed the media’s relationship to outright Fascist and National Socialist groups. We used to be a Boogeyman helpful in demonizing the people the media didn’t like, or for reminding people that anyone who doesn’t like Blacks or Homos are literal Nazis. Because the entire political establishment was basically fully liberal, they latched on to any manifestation of Nazi-ism as proof that a continued “revolution” against straight White males was still necessary.
But now, the media firmly and sincerely believes that the Nazis are in power. Of course, liberals have no idea what Fascism actually is, so they can’t distinguish real Nazis from Trump and his supporters. But that doesn’t matter. In the eyes of the shitlibs writing local and national news reports, there is no meaningful difference between a guy in a MAGA hat who wants to kick out Moslems and Beaners, and a guy in a swastika shirt who wants a new Reich.
So while they tried early on to hurt Trump by associating him with Nazis and White supremacists, this was just a ploy. Now, however, they really believe it. This changes things. They won’t promote small right-wing groups in order to attack Trump, as they no longer believe that could serve any purpose.
Changes in the State
I’m not going to discuss the Trump administration’s social policies or whatever, as those don’t really matter to our strategy or our long term goals.
It’s the unspoken things that are more interesting to us.
The first thing is that Soros and subversive NGO’s seem to have stopped funding negro chimp-outs, while the media seem to have stopped agitating for them. This would seem to indicate that our enemies firmly believe the state would now crack down on these riots, unlike all previous governments.
Because, obviously, when minorities riot against the majority and the government simply lets them burn everything with no consequences, this is deeply demoralizing to the people, and encourages individualism. If, on the other hand, the government cracks down on minorities who misbehave, this instead emboldens the majority.
Of course, we don’t know for sure that the Trump government could or would bring in the military if a category 8 chimpout were to occur, Ferguson-Style. But our enemies seem to fear that.
Another change in the state is that there appears to be an effort to redirect resources previously used to investigate and monitor “hate groups” (Nazis, Fascists, White nationalists, etc) and use those to fight Islam or whatever else. In other words, our types of organizations will probably be under less scrutiny (and be less targeted for infiltration) in the next few years. That, of course, doesn’t mean that there will be no efforts at all by the Feds to mess with us.
Additionally, information has recently come out indicating that there were definite plans to abolish free speech in America and clamp down on internet freedom in the case of a Hillary win. Those plans have been put on hold for now.
Changes in the lemming masses
The masses are more polarized than at any other time in recent history. On one side is the group who sincerely believes that Trump is literally Hitler (and that it’s somehow a bad thing). These people are enthusiastic about every form of POZ imaginable. On the other, you have Trump’s vaguely nationalistic (in the civic sense) supporters. They’re nostalgic for a less degenerate past (the 60’s/80’s or whatever) and pretty much hate Moslems and Mexicans.
None of these people are sympathetic to Fascism at this point.
However, while the Trump supporters don’t love Hitler, they’re so used to being called Nazis by this point by their opponents throughout the campaign that they no longer take it very seriously. In other words, the shock-value of “Nazism” and “Fascism” has gone down considerably in the past year, due to how much the terms have been thrown around as attacks at such a large part of the population. Outside of ultra-liberal centers like New York or Los Angeles, it’s much less likely that a random person being accused of being a “fascist” will lose his job or suffer serious consequences.
But probably the biggest and most important change in the masses of people is the radicalization of the very young “generation z.” The media is currently framing this as the youth being “more conservative” but in fact, they’re imbibing the new counter-culture, which is racist, hates Fags and trannies, and makes fun of whinorities in general.
Poor little Shaneequa.
These young people aren’t watching TV or reading news papers, obviously. They’re consuming massive amounts of online content, however, and this translates into a very different attitude towards the world.
Don’t forget that lemmings adapt their behaviors, attitudes and opinions based on social expectations. In the past, this meant the opinions of the immediate community. Then, the Jewish media formed an artificial community at the national scale. But these young lemmings (pretty much everyone is a lemming before reaching maturity) are getting their “social pressure” from the internet instead of getting straight from the Jews.
And the internet is teaching them that the mainstream media is deceptive and evil, SJW’s are stupid and annoying, and liberalism is boring and square.
Meanwhile, the antifa – who are the militant branch of the liberal lemmings – are shifting their attention away from groups like ours and towards normie Trump supporters instead, favoring softer targets to the “tough meat” that they’ve been experiencing defeat after defeat fighting against in the past few years.
They’re still getting their asses kicked by regular republicans though.
This means that the antifa’s resources will be stretched even thinner than before, keeping track of both the large numbers of regular rallies by republicans and Fascist activism.
Those, I believe, are some of the most important things that have changed in the past few months, and that could potentially influence our tactics from now on.
Let’s now examine what problems and opportunities this new situation affords us.
There’s currently a significant reliance on the mass media when it comes to publicizing our groups to the masses. By doing various type of pranks or demonstrations, we try to get the easily offended liberals to make a scene and thus generate television news coverage. This has worked consistently in the past.
However, the various factors discussed previously mean that the media is far less likely to cover anything we do, both because they’re more focused on Trump and his supporters, and they now have to worry that attacking us will actually make us likable in the eyes of the large proportion of Americans who distrust the media.
Moreover, the banalization of Nazism means that there’s less shock value (and thus lower ratings) in covering mere swastika posters or talking against immigration and whatnot.
Those who use the swastika and nazi imagery mainly for the purpose of shocking may need to start using other symbols as well. In America, I think the KKK might actually have maintained a greater power to trigger liberals, though it’s a bit goofy. If the aesthetic could be modernized and made more “hip,” the tactic of postering universities might be used for a bit more time.
But generally, going for bigger pranks may be necessary. The only nationalist stunt that was given significant, sustained media attention in the past few months was the identitarian’s ploy to rent ships to go intercept refugee boats and turn them around. Regardless of what you may think of these groups, as a PR stunt it worked very well, by playing into the shitlib journalist’s fears about Nazi pirates going around sinking boats full of their precious niggers.
Similar things could be done in the USA at the Mexican border, for example. You could launch a crowdfunding campaign to set up motion sensors (or mines, lol) at the border to catch invading Beaners. Or, you could do videos where you spot illegals working in restaurants or getting health care or whatever and call ICE on them, cutting the footage up into slick propaganda videos to trigger liberals. Basically, use the current climate of fear and paranoia about deportations to generate buzz.
A last strategy to garner media coverage would be to use their obsession with Trump and their paranoia to trick them into giving you a platform. For example, feeding them false information damaging to Trump and then using the ensuing shitfest to promote yourselves. Or attacking the media directly in your propaganda in order to play on their new fear of being “victimized” (for example, with posters showing journalists being hung during the day of the rope).
Use their delusions against them.
However, because of the clear trend towards the media losing its reach and credibility, especially with the younger generation, it might be wiser in the long term to forget about getting media coverage at all and focus on social media buzz.
Because of the mainstream media’s decline, they are now forced to cover social media trends anyway, as a last-ditch attempt to stay relevant. So getting one gets the other.
In order for something to trend on social media, an element of humor, irony or absurdity is helpful, as well as relations to famous people. So it’s necessary to go beyond just doing something shocking, but instead go got stuff that is more likely to get facebook shares. In this sense, postering a celebrity’s house is more likely to get a viral response than doing the same thing with a university. Or doing a video where you publicly shame a race-mixing celebrity and posting that online with your group’s logo.
As an aside, our research indicates that attacking race-mixing has a better viral effect than just attacking minorities. Do with that as you will. Shaming specific women also has a good potential to get those social shares going.
But in any case, studying viral marketing and implementing those principles in the publicity stunts will definitely be a winning strategy from now on.
Until now, the main focus for recruitment has been young men in their 20’s. Those are the men who have the energy to fight for something, while not yet being too invested in the system to be afraid of the consequences.
That is still the case.
However, the unforeseen radicalization of the younger generation Z presents us with new opportunities. He who possesses the youth, gains the future. Some groups may find that reaching out to young teenagers and teaching them, while acting as role models as they grow up, could be extremely effective in the long run.
Fascist groups today are essentially in the same position as older beatniks were in the 60’s; we can lead the youth in a rebellious cultural upheaval against the previous generations of stuck up, boring adults. If we can help mold a social movement like the hippies did, that should give us a huge source of radicalized and militant recruits to bolster our ranks in the next five years.
The hippies had their love bus…
… but we’ll have our hate bus.
In the more immediate term, it’s possible to use the Trump/alt-right phenomenon to gather and recruit comrades. If you organize “alt-right” and “pro-Trump” parties and social events (for young people), you can expect that 5-15% of those who attend will either already identify as National Socialists and be in general alignment with our ideas, or will be amenable to be radicalized. Whether you’re willing to do so or not is a different matter.
Keeping regular social events not officially related to your group will allow you to see a lot of new faces and with some sorting you may get some recruits over time out of these meetings/parties.
Otherwise, if you follow the viral outreach strategy outlined above and keep a public blog or faceook page where people can contact you, that should give you some candidates pre-selected for radicalism.
The more devious pranks, as discussed in Colin Jordan’s Uprising, could probably trigger large chimpouts much more easily in the current climate than ever before, as minorities are feeling stressed and paranoid about the “evil Nazis” in power.
However, as discussed, we note that most organized efforts to agitate minorities have stopped, for fear of giving more power to Trump’s administration.
There is no doubt that if you do Soros’ work for him and get Blacks really angry about whatever, there’s a very real possibility that the Trump administration could come down hard on them and strengthen his position. Whether you see this as a positive or a negative is a question of tactics.
The System is currently divided into two camps. Activities aimed at destabilizing it will almost certainly help one of those two camps. If the “establishment” camp succeeds in ousting the Trump administration, the political climate will change and all the tactics discussed here will have to be revised. For example, restrictions would probably be set on the internet, making viral promotion much more difficult. But other opportunities might arise from that too.
If you’ve heard my podcast “this is the plan,” you’ll know that I advocate a two-pronged approach to the struggle. On one hand, we have the “destructive” activism which involves destabilizing the System’s institutions of power and weakening the positions of our enemies, while on the other you have the “constructive” activism which builds up our own power base.
This cultivation of our own power involves accumulating resources, in the form of land, money, businesses, non-profit organizations, and so on.
This is where the reduction in surveillance and infiltration by the System could prove to be a boon if it pans out. The reason for that is that building our own institutions is greatly facilitated when we can make use of the System’s resources. But if the people involved are already identified as enemies of ZOG and tracked closely, the system may interfere with their attempts.
For example, if you want to create a church as a cover for gathering donations, acquiring land and doing charitable works, you’ll need system approval to get all the tax benefits. If they know you’re Nazis they could easily decline your application for tax-exemption on some technicality. This is why the power-building aspect of the struggle could greatly benefit from the increased secrecy that comes from being taken off the “terror watchlists” or whatever.
This aspect is sorely lacking in North America, if we compare our movements with what you see in Europe. Golden Dawn, Casa Pound and the NRM are much better organized in terms of creating their own parallel social institutions, even in their much more difficult situation. Hopefully we can grasp this window of opportunity (which could easily close right back within a few years) to make up the slack and acquire as many resources as possible.
The current climate, created by the bizarre election campaign and now Trump’s presidency, creates both challenges and opportunities for nationalists.
It’s up to us to adapt to the new reality and grab as much “territory” as we can under the new rules of the game, which are liable to change at any moment.
Even if Trump were the new incarnation of Hitler himself, there’s very little he could do, surrounded as he is with the swamp of Kikes and shills which have festered at the heart of America for decades. As such, his presidency doesn’t change our goals and the task at hand.
It’s our duty to make our movement grow as large and as strong as possible, as quickly as possible, getting new members, additional resources, better public outreach, and expanded tactical options.
We don’t know what tomorrow brings. So we have to be ready for anything.