A Few Good Men

As a whole the effort put forth is commendable for those of our own who make great personal sacrifices to the cause. We could not be as far into our movement as we are without their work. But there is a divide. Should we put forth and gather in newcomers and grow in number? Or should we seek out and recruit those few and rare individuals who will continue to make those sacrifices needed to further the cause?

We have seen growing movements capture the eye of the public and capitalize on that publicity. But our cause is two-fold. One is the internal infrastructure required to build a vanguard for the cause, and two is the external infrastructure to hold events and bring in those golden sons who will stand up for their homes. As we cannot at this time put forth the numbers and polarizing public events as we have seen recently in Europe we should focus instead on the microcosms of flash demonstrations and “guerilla propaganda”. As we have seen in such campaigns as “It’s Ok To Be White” and others the micro efforts create massive amounts of polarizing media which in turn pulls more attention to the cause by those disenfranchised southern men.

But what of those southern men? What have they to say about their predicament? At what point do they step out of their moment and stare objectively at the world? How does the Southern Nationalist present the cause to a man who has spent a decade working in the deracinated job force? And how to do so without breaking into that polarized ranting which the media paints us with verbatim?

Avoid the cities and mid-sized towns. Go to those flea markets and gun shows and community events where the working men gather and present the idea of not being broken down with debt and affirmative action. There’s a man in every town who has lost the will to work at his warehouse with a handful of Black and Asian women HR associates, where the negro males push drugs in the parking lot and the white youth sit in plastic cars playing kick beat jungle music at obscene volumes. He might drive a rusty sedan, he might have grown up in an old fashioned household but the pressure of work, maybe marriage etc. have forced him into being not so much complacent but silent. Little more is needed in that situation but to guide a conversation into him admitting what we already know to himself. Be it over a beer, driving to a job or simply talking to that one fellow you know at the local dive. An effective conversation can be as simple as pointing out the cracks in the narrative. Explaining the ‘what’ and ‘why’ to those already at their limit with the media, the anti-southern coalition is a major step into making the men who stood as a wall in Charlottesville.

But you will often fall short as you speak to those in your communities. Not many a man will step up and gladly join the cause to be assaulted at a park when he can spend time with his family on the weekends and work a stable job during the day. But his spirit is already broken, be he loathe to admit it to himself. He drives a rusty truck from a broken home to a dead end job and back day in and day out. Without something to break away to and have a purpose in is it any wonder the southern man has turned to that consumerist lifestyle driven into his soul from Nashville that is familiar yet soulless? What we can give him is “The Cause”. He’s the type to say “The South Will Rise Again!” but he wishes it would in his heart. That wish sits in the cause. He wants the cause to be realized and be shed of the wasted years he spend pursuing those Nashville lights. But how can we present it? How to grasp him by the collar and grip his heart in his duty to his family and nation?

For in truth we do not need the whole of the Southern nation at our back to raise the Black Cross over Richmond. We need, no require, those few good men who will walk from a house to a home. And be they a student, worker or retiree they can be spoken and recruited into the cause. The student is already knowingly disenfranchised. We can bring him to the cause through the leaflets, banners and posters that polarize the colored masses from the whites, and the whites who cower to the coloreds and those who grow in resentment to them. The worker is struck more in those ways less drastic. Public events grab his attention as it pulls him out of the cycle of work, beer, repeat, etc. It grants a sense of youth if you will as its open showing of activism is the release he desires. The rhetoric of the man working for his family and home resonates with him as it brings to mind the words of his grandparents speaking of simple times and hard work. The retiree is reached in the same manner.

An immediate outreach is the banner dropping. It’s a simple and cheap way to get a message out to numerous local and long distance drivers. With something as simple as “Be a man among men” draped over an interstate overpass, or a Battle or League flag pair grabs the man who will remember it when the local news speaks about posters at a university or park. He will be more receptive when a group of activists gather near his town to speak on the issues affecting him. Putting a poster opposing immigration at or near say the DMV, notorious for the masses of “immigrants” who fill the lobbies will grab the attention of the farmer or student who is forced to venture into the swarm of coffee-colored masses staring and judging him. It’s immediate, draws conclusions and is more effective than travelling hundreds of miles to try and win over the upper middle class who has nothing to lose in life.

So go and find those few good men. Draw them in through the banner hanging from the overpass as they drive to work, the posters stuck next to the dorm, and the stickers on doors, gas pumps and light poles. Put out a presence of resistance to the empty Nashville lifestyle and the men who want to fight will seek out and find the cause. Bring the cause to their towns in silent subconscious ways, build your presence and seek out the good men of the South who will see the cause through to the end.

From the Middle TN Regional Coordinator

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