An open call.
Here is an excellent, and realistic, Spencer video on the latest London terrorist attack. Here, Spencer hits some notes consistent with points I’ve made over the years: objectively worthless (my words, not his) Whites will continue to grovel and appease regardless of the provocations, worse is not better because there is apparently no limit in sight to the level of abuse Whites are willing to take, and that change will require a fundamental alteration in White thinking patterns so activists need to concentrate on basic principles and not overreact to single incidents like this one.
Spencer once again proves his potential as a pro-White leader.
Now, you know, I’m not of the Alt Right and I (strongly) dislike the brand and its pretensions to legitimate “movement” hegemony. I could in theory adopt an attitude of schadenfreude about all the divisive, internal Alt Right feuds going on, and if I was really the “crazy” and “bitter” lunatic the Alt Righters claim I am, that would indeed be my attitude.
However, I realize that – until the time comes that the Alt Right fad burns itself out – the Alt Right does have predominance (illegitimate hegemony) in racial activism today, particularly in America but growing in Western Europe as well. This predominance means that missteps of the Alt Right can harm racial nationalism as a whole, and I would like the damage minimized. That is, we need “damage control” until such time that activists come to their senses (there’s a first time for everything) and realize there’s more to racial nationalism than Millennials, juvenile jackassery, generally superficial analyses, Trump worship, and screaming about Pepe and Kek.
In that frame of mind, I make an open call, I call upon both Spencer and Johnson to put their differences aside, exhibit genuine leadership for the greater good, and, at the very least, stop the attacks against each other and their allies.
Things change in Der Movement. Not so long ago, Johnson was on good relations with Spencer and with Friberg. Now, he’s on good relations with Hunter Wallace, a change from the past. Spencer has refrained from criticizing Johnson until the recent Friberg incident.
Yes, I know, nationalist leaders of the past have had their feuds and falling outs. Hitler and Rohm, Codreanu and Cuza, etc. But, guys, you are not at their level, your differences do not rise to the level of those historical breaks, and petty feuds mostly about personality and access to money aren’t helping any of us.