Quo vadis, White man?
Looking back I note the number of really high quality activists – who I interacted with in both analog and then digital activism from, say, the mid-90s to the early 2000s – who dropped out of Der Movement.
And it must be stressed: These people did NOT drop out (partially or completely) because they had a change of mind about their ideology, a change of heart about the rightness of the cause. In every case I am aware of that did not happen. Instead, the people got disgusted by “movement” antics and by the selfish and stupid behavior of “leadership,” the foaming-at-the-mouth insanity of the Nutzi elements in the rank-and-file, the flame wars, the personality cults; they also despaired of making progress and saw no real possibility of advancing White racial interests.
They instead adopted, in a sense, a more mature and non-hedonistic version of Roissy’s “sitting poolside” – they would just get on with their life, “ride the tiger,” muddle through as best as possible, and watch – no doubt with grim bemusement – the passing show.
Those of you who think “that’ll never happen to me, I’m so very dedicated to the cause,” please keep in mind that all these other people had the same mindset. But they got “burnt out” and left. The very same thing can happen to you, if you do not start – right now – keeping things in perspective, making you and your own life your first priority, not having excessive expectations about “movement” progress, and not “drinking the Der Movement Kool-Aid” with respect to their bizarre dogmas and fetishes and their personality cults and petty “movement” politics, including their childish and catty feuds.
My sound advice can be contrasted to Millennial jackass Jeelvy, advising you to “drop out” and “crash the economy.” That only works if everyone else does it, and don’t worry, “movement” grifters will be taking care of themselves real well. They’ll be taking care of their money real well. Isn’t Jeelvy a lawyer or some such thing? Didn’t he say he’s working for his “Macedonian mommy?” He won’t be the man out in the street, that’ll be you if you take his advice. Those types do quite well for themselves. How about you do the same? Contra the Alt Right frauds, it is not impossible for young White men to be successful today. And contra Millennial fantasies, things were harsh for young White men in the 1980s and 90s as well.
The Quota Queens want to squeeze every last penny from you for “D’Nations” while, at the same time, preaching a destructive “drop out” mentality – after which, when you have no more pennies to be squeezed, they’ll dump you and take panhandling to the next set of suckers. Don’t buy it.
I ask nothing from you. No tin cup panhandling from me. I tell you to keep your own money. Invest it. Be wealthy and well, if you can.
And by the way, the above comments are not to be viewed as just more typical Sallisian critiques of Jeelvy and Counter-Currents. This is a crucially important topic, with real life consequences for young White men. Do you take their advice, drop out, and become downwardly mobile, or do you take my advice and strive for personal accomplishment and success, while prioritizing yourself and your own life? That is an actual life-changing decision. Do you go this way or that? Quo vadis, White man?