Forget about the shark, Der Movement has jumped Moby Dick.
Following up on this, and this:
In the real world, no one actually supports Andrew Yang in this movement; it is the “insiders” trying to push it on the rank-and-file. This push, thankfully, is failing.
Why don’t the rank-and-file of Der Movement finally revolt against their “leaders” – against the “insiders” constantly leading them astray?
The following text is an interview I gave to a reporter.
…many scandals to come — are all predictable results of crawling into bed with the press.
…most people in this movement lack the “self-esteem” and judgment to choose their own leaders. Instead, they allow the press and groups like the SPLC to anoint their leaders for them......How does one court the press? By giving them what they want, of course. By fulfilling the stereotypes that advance the enemy’s narrative……Will these people ever go away? Not as long as the movement lets a hostile press declare who our leaders are.
This Yang thing, on the heels of the collapse of the God Emperor narrative and the Quota Queen’s refusal take any responsibility for their role in that, should be the last straw.
How much bad judgment, humiliation, error, defeat, and embarrassment can the rank-and-file take? How much more hypocrisy? How much more Asiaphilia?
I have my differences with the National Alliance crowd, but, still, I’m sure both Kevin Strom and Will Williams would oppose, as I do, the hijacking of racial activism into some sort of mainstreaming embrace of idiotic political candidates, with an underlying Jewish/Asian HBD objective.
Those two gentleman have a degree of status and gravitas in “movement” circles. It would be helpful if they would openly oppose these trends.
More helpful would be if the rank-and-file took up the banner of revolt, stormed the ramparts of Der Movement, and restored at least the level of stupidity that existed under WN 1.0, which, as bad as it was, was still better than what we have today.
Most helpful of all would be a total revolution, a dismantling of the Old Movement and its replacement by something new.