Saturday, February 18, 2017

Of Boycotts and Snubbing

Consider the implications.

With all the talk about anti-Trump boycotts, companies dropping the products of his daughter Ivanka, and his other daughter Tiffany being “snubbed.” I was planning to put together an essay about those issues from a Far Right perspective.  And then this article came out, which touches on subjects of a related nature.  Let’s look at some points from the article (in italics) with my comments interspersed (plain font).  Then, I will discuss the boycott/snubbing issue from the rightist perspective, as the issue is much bigger than merely the current attacks against the beta race cuck Trump.

“Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”

There is no defense. It’s irrational. It’s infuriating. It also works as a key pressure point to force the enemy into concessions.

And the Left is not susceptible to ridicule?  Merkel taking selfies with NECs while German women are molested in Cologne?  Antifa thugs who style themselves as Marxist anarchist champions against “the man” while they are openly working for, and sometimes funded by, “the man?”  Anarchists working hand-in-glove with the Big Government Deep State, Marxists working hand-in-glove with billionaires and Big Business?  That’s some low-hanging fruit indeed.  Blue hair fatties, freaks of every shape and form, cucks, etc. as your opponents?  Ridicule?  You bet, unless of course you’re stuck with a “movement” more interested in debating how many times Savitri Devi passed gas per day, or Julius Caesar’s cephalic index, or some breathless fantasizing about “high trust hunter gatherers.”

“Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”

I’ll give credit to Roissy and the other gamesters for their ability to personalize – or should I say Scalzize – the opposition, and make targets of them for intense ridicule.  Actual WNs can learn something from the oil-drilling hedonists.

“Keep the pressure on. Never let up.” “The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition.”

This is one very large difference between Left and Right, and one that I’ve often mentioned before. The Left has stamina, discipline, and a long-term focus.  The Right has none of these things; the Right looks for any excuse, no matter how flimsy, to declare victory and go home.  The Left wins real victories, changes and dominates the entire culture, imposes genocidal demographic changes on White populations, and they are never satisfied. They keep on pushing, keep on fighting, always pressuring, never letting up, always keeping the Right on the defensive.  And given how craven, defensive, and cowardly the Mainstream Cuckservative Right has been, this pressure has worked. The Far Right can learn a thing or two from the Left – if they are capable of learning (which is currently doubtful).

“A good tactic is one your people enjoy.” “A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag.”

That all should be self-evident.

“If you push a negative hard enough, it will push through and become a positive.”

Thus, Left success over the past half-century.

Now, in theory, the Right could benefit from applying those same principles (if they weren’t the inept losers, unable to effectively organize, as pointed out by Pleasureman at MPC). How about the issue of boycotts and snubbing, the original impetus for my post?

Why can’t the Right – including and especially the Far Right – effectively utilize such tactics? I know the response from the Left (in a snarky arrogant tone) and from the Right (in a defeatist, depressed tone): The Far Right is tiny, powerless, ostracized, and useless. They’re all trailer trash anyway – who cares what they boycott?  It’s laughable!  The Left welcomes any Far Right boycotts!  The Left welcomes rightist snubbing – who cares about being snubbed by an ostracized, powerless nobody?  You get the idea. 

To which I respond in three ways:

1. As the saying goes, every journey starts with the first step.  The Far Right may not now have the numbers and power to engage in economically relevant boycott and socially relevant snubbing.  But you have to start somewhere; if you do nothing, failure is guaranteed.

2. There are benefits to be conferred by conducting rightist economic boycotts and social snubbing, even if the immediate effects are not substantial.  One must practice organizing, one must practice trying to herd the cats of the Far Right – and associated more moderate masses (see point # 3) – in a useful direction.  Such an endeavor builds collegiality among a Right sorely lacking that trait (and, yes, I know the finger can be pointed at me – even for the end of this essay itself), and, more importantly, can build discipline and a sense of purpose, and of community.  Exclusion (boycotts, snubbing) by its very nature presupposes a contravening inclusion among those doing the boycotting and snubbing.  

Isn’t that a constructive suggestion that my critics say I never make?  

Let’s start community building by marshalling whatever economic and social power we do have in a constructive direction.  The more we flex and use that “muscle” then the stronger it will become.  And, in the event, especially if we can mobilize the groups in comment # 3, the boycotts and snubbing eventually have some positive effect – well, isn’t winning grand? Success breeds confidence and more success – and confidence and success are much needed in the failure swamp of the “movement.”  If we want to be a force to be reckoned with, can we at least organize sufficiently to engage in economic and social pressuring of the other side?

3. If this project expands to not only include the Far Right but more broadly Paleocons and, more broadly still, general Red State and White ethnic Blue State Trump supporters, then we are no longer talking about a tiny and powerless group.  The problem is to get that inert mass of atomized individuals, who think that since “we won” nothing more needs be done, off the couch and into the realm of activism.  The Far Right can be the vanguard, if they act sanely, reasonably, and intelligently (in other words, completely out of character).  We’re talking about, potentially, millions – tens of millions - of people here. If the Right eschews use of economic weapons – as they eschew the use of doing virtually anything and everything – the Left winds by default.

Indeed, in response to “A Day Without Immigrants” how about “A Day Without (White) Americans?”  If the other side is so intent on dispossessing us, how about giving them a taste on how things would be like without us around to support them?  Even if a small fraction of rightist White Americans participated, the economic impact would be considerable.

Now for a bit more anti-collegiality.  I must ask why the Far Right doesn’t already  have the infrastructure to be a force to be reckoned with.  I have already discussed that in detail at this blog.  The cry of “we haven’t had the support, where’s the money” falls flat, given the millions of dollars shunted into the “movement” and especially into the Soft Right Alt Wrong of the CT “happy penguins” and other assorted flotsam and jetsam making a living off of do nothing.  And let us not forget the more hardcore group, involving such useful investments as living on the mountaintop with serial monogamy with a series of Eastern European women, or gambling away the proceeds in casinos. It’s been shortage of mature, intelligent leadership more than a shortage of cash and support.

One definition of insanity – keep on repeating failed activity and expect a different outcome. Also, when you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.  It is obvious that current “leadership” – and that of the last half-century – have failed over and over again and are likely incapable of organizing anything I’ve described.  Hence my criticism is warranted and completely justified, regardless of whether it strikes a nerve within Der Movement or not.

This criticism is justified.  You know – as well as I know (how I know!) – that my current post will fall on deaf ears (or blind eyes).  Even if someone mumbles “that’s right” no one will actually do anything.  The “happy penguins” will continue to collect their millions, the Alt Wrong will continue to rhapsodize about Asian IQ superiority, the WNs will continue to breathlessly discuss Kali Yuga, cephalic indices, subfractional admixture percentages, the alleged “Jewishness” of their “movement” adversaries, the racial provenance of Julius Caesar, Julius Evola’s bathroom habits, “high trust hunter gatherers” and all the rest.  How can anyone in Der Movement accuse anyone else of “LARPING?”  The entire “movement” is one big LARP. Am I wrong?  I hope so.  Prove me wrong.  Let’s organize the boycotts, the social disgrace of the Left, let’s actualize ideas into real world realities.  I won’t hold my breath for anything to actually be put in motion by “leadership” though.