There was a time, very long ago, when I was involved (by default) with the “Chabad” (AKA “Lubavitcher”) sect of Hassidic Judaism. I was very young and seeking my roots. Chabad was the only form of Judaism around, so I connected with them. I never internalized their philosophies or their habits and, as soon as I could, I rejected their movement as unsuitable for me and more worthy of the name “cult” than “sect”.
But Lubavitch does have some positive points and one of them is their very aggressive outreach program. They use the term “mivtzoyim*” to describe the obligatory practice of two or more men hitting the streets, or businesses, in order to bring estranged Jews back into the fold. Activities include handing out brochures, talking to people, inviting people to services or classes and facilitating the fulfillment of various commandments. In those days, though I was very shy, I also participated in these activities.
Now I find myself with a stack of Unamused’s leaflets and many thousands of brainwashed whites who need to be exposed to reality. I have no illusions; out of hundreds of people, perhaps one will actually read the leaflet. But this scenario was dealt with, by the Lubavitchers, with an analogy: If a person is deathly ill and cannot even swallow on his own, we pour medicine into his mouth in the hope that a few drops will make it in and cure him. Later in life I heard a similar analogy regarding sales: “It’s like throwing shit against the wall. Some of it’s going to stick.” I’m fairly certain I didn’t hear that last one from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, even though I saw him many times.
I am still shy and it goes against my nature to go out in public to do something unpopular but I am distributing them regardless. It looks like handing them out in person to passersby is the most practical way to do this.
Here is the PDF of the leaflet I am using:
*From the Hebrew word mibhsa‘, which means “campaign”.