Leader as Entertainer: Mass Movement Leadership as Party Planning



(This is an old article from 2011, written by an associate of ours. Nothing changes in WN, except that things get worse. The enemy has all the cards, for the most part. Unless something drastic happens, nothing will change.)

It seems that up until now, there have been no leadership organizations within the racist movement. The movement has been broken into two categories, both being rather ineffectual on their own and disdain to cross paths.

The first type I will classify as the literary movement. This movement is largely a stay at home movement. They tend to be a bit older. They like to read interesting journals and perhaps if they work up a ton of motivation, they’ll attend and annual conference, which really amounts to an intelligent form of party.

They seem to have no real tangible objective. They like to read interesting articles. They may not like the direction that society is going, but it hasn’t occurred to them to formulate a plan to change it. As long as they get more self-reinforcing literature to read, they’re happy. The leaders of this movement are actually smart enough to know what’s going on. However, instead of organizing and pooling resources to enact change in the real world, they’ve decided to provide entertainment for their readership. So the leader is an entertainer, who just routinely meets deadlines and comes up with more interesting stories for their audience at whatever regular intervals they can keep up. The big conference, for the really ambitious, is quite a hoot as well. The theory, I guess, is that once everyone on the planet is a subscriber, things will just change without having to take any action. Of course that day will never come.

The second type of movement I’ll call the “action” movement. These folks tend to be young and energetic. The leadership are quite intelligent, although inexperienced and often ill-disciplined. Their followers are just plain lazy and stupid. They, at base, have the exact same function and strategy as the literary movement, it is just more low brow in its approach. Here’s the formula. The leaders throw parties for the lazy and stupid followers. As long as enough lazy and stupid people show up to drink beer, they figure they are successful. Just like with the literary types, it’s all a numbers game. The more idle spectators you can amass, the more successful are your efforts, obviously. Just try to have such meetings with no alcohol at the ready and see how many people show up! They’re constantly trying to increase the idle herd.

So, the entire movement becomes one giant string of publicity stunts. To seem relevant to the idlers, one must have more spectacles. So, they will march in the streets to attract a ton of media attention. Or they periodically waste a bunch of time and money handing out flyers or throwing them on people’s lawns who don’t give a shit about what they’re saying. The entire purpose of all of these practices is to generate media controversy, so they can tell the idlers that their weekly or monthly beer party is where it’s at. Again, no change for the race is actually occurring. These groups just ebb and flow. Leaders burn out, and then new ones come along. It’s all predicated on the fact that once everyone on the planet comes to your party, you can win an easy victory without having to really do anything to change things.

What if people never show up, or the subscribers never come? Then what?

To plan a movement like that is to plan your financial future based on when you win the lotto.

One should have a plan for victory that includes nothing and no one more than we have already at our disposal. We already have hundreds of thousands of activists in the US today. We don’t need to recruit anymore. We simply need to organize them and put them to work, and not many of them either. Most of them won’t ever contribute any work.

Money is power. Leaders need to drop their high profile and their idle followers. They need to network only with leaders of other organizations, for it is that leadership class who is doing all of the work anyway! They need to make money and pool money. Once you have the finances, you can achieve anything. We need to buy land. We need to move White people to that land. We need to drive non-Whites away from that land. It all takes money, and that’s all it really takes. $10 in dues or subscription fees will never get you there