There is only so much that can be done in the blogosphere; each blog has its readers – and the occasional drifter – but even a million pro-white, conservative, blogs are not going to bring about meaningful change. Those of you who have not yet taken to the streets to distribute flyers, to protest, to speak to people face to face – even though there is nothing stopping you* – I hope you feel guilty about that. Guilty enough to motivate you to do something meaningful in the real world.
Once we get people out in the streets and spreading the message, we have the upper hand over the forces of evil. Why? Because the general public is exposed to leftist messages, explicit and subliminal, seven days a week, 365 days a year, from dawn to dusk. It’s all they know, it’s all they hear, and it’s all they see. Any deviation from their strict leftist diet is sure to be noticed. It will make an impression and, even though they may not agree with what you tell them today, they will remember it. The little light you created in their world may remain dormant, but someday it may come to fruition.
In contrast, the forces of evil (AKA “the left”) has no such advantage. If they put out flyers that say “celebrate diversity”, it will have about as much impact as pissing in the ocean. People will nod and say, “yeah dude. Whatever.” That flyer, or conversation, will soon be forgotten.
Ours is the advantage of the underdog, to be sure, but an advantage it is – and we would be fools to not take advantage of it.
*Street activism is not for everyone; you might have health issues, family issues, professional issues etc. that prevent you from participating. The same could be said for any revolution. It is up to you to recognize an “excuse” from a real limitation in your life.