Common Sense Video

Good and bad points.

I have a mixed opinion of this video, which I urge all readers to watch. I have no problem at all with the first half, which is much in accord with things I have written here recently – that activists have to take care of themselves first and get their own life in order.  I would suggest that CSC study up on the Romanian Legionary movement, the concept of “the New Man,” as well as the “nest” system of small local activist groups of the larger organization. Codreanu realized that systems and slogans and intricate platforms of programs are all a house of cards without high quality men to back it all up. First, the New Man, and then the programs and propaganda. Der Movement reverses that – it thinks you can reach to heaven standing on a pile of shit.

The second half of the video was a bit more problematical.  In theory, I have no problem with his concrete suggestion about group formation, although even these “implicit” groups have to worry about infiltrators, and, of course, when they become explicit, this will be a serious problem.  I think he is in error thanking Greg Johnson, who essentially replied only to protect his own self-interests, not to be helpful. Telling young White men to join trash groups like IE/AIM, with their piss-poor security, abysmal leadership, and ethnic fetishism is also a mistake.  I view CSC as a sincere fellow who may be naïve about the realities of Der Movement.  Young activists are better off trying just to form their own groups, or waiting for something of quality, then investing themselves in the Disqus Warriors.

But, let’s give CSC credit. He answered Johnson.  He have ideas other than just “buy books from me and send me “D’Nations.”  

Some background about this person is here; he describes his journey to activism.

He seems like a good man, a sincere activist. I expect with time he’ll learn what Der Movement is really about. CSC is against toxic people, drugs, porno, and video games.  So, that essentially eliminates 95% of Der Movement and 100% of the Alt Right.

What this fellow doesn’t quite grasp is that if he believes – as he does – that our situation today is dire, and we are losing big, then isn’t the “movement” and its utter failure in large part responsible?  Der Movement didn’t begin with the Alt Right.  I never heard of this fellow before, since he apparently was involved more with conservatives, libertarians, etc.  On the other hand, I’ve been involved with hardcore Nutzism since the mid-90s.

And, my friend, by the mid-90s, the “movement” had been around for many decades.

For example, listen to this.  So much winning!  How did we reach this point?  And maybe Amren should have been talking about the ethnic motivations behind the ADL all along, and not about how terrible those hora-dancing Romanians are. I didn’t see any Romanian-American organizations at that hearing bashing White interests. I did see rat-faced Levantines though, Middle Easterners aplenty.

By the way, Paul, this has to be chalked up as a fail. It was painfully bad, the most boring and clumsy podcast I’ve ever listened to. No offense, but that’s the truth. You’re not ready to fly solo just yet.

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