Quo Vadis, “Movement?”
In the aftermath of Trump’s election, the Left was at a fork in the road, sociopolitically and strategically speaking. They could have chosen the path of conciliation, of trying to understand the grievances of White America, the path of making concessions in the hope of stabilizing a situation that, if left unstabilized, had the potential of disrupting the multicultural consensus. Alternatively, they could have chosen the path of defiance, to double down on their anti-White agenda, to become even more extreme in their destructive militancy, to stand up to Trump and the Right, and to crush the spirit (and body) of White resistance. They chose the second path. It was a wise choice (at least in the short term).
Suvorov’s Law of History: Revolutions do not occur at the time of greatest repression, but when that repression is suddenly relaxed. If the Left had become conciliatory, if they had relaxed the anti-White repression, if they had eased back and had made concessions, if – and this above all – they had granted legitimacy to the idea of White interests, then that would have started the ball rolling in the direction of an upheaval that had the potential of truly wrecking the multicultural system. If they had showed weakness, even the pathetic rightist guppies may have turned into sharks smelling blood in the water.
Whether from a careful reading of history, from political savvy, from instinct, or just as a side effect of blind hatred towards Whites, the Left avoided the error of easing up on the repression and instead took the other fork in the road – they doubled down, tripled down, quadrupled down and more, on the repression. The Left has unleashed a tidal wave of anti-White hatred, of repression of the Right, of a savage political correctness, the like of which has not heretofore been seen in America.
The Left took a gamble with their choice, of course. If Trump has been a genuine man of the Right, a man of honor who promoted and defended his supporters, then the Left would have had a hard time of it. If the Far Right had been clever, and had used the past two years on infrastructure-building, electoral politics, and real metapolitical education – never mind the most important task of building a New Movement to correct the flaws of the Old – then the Left would have been challenged by an authentic strong opposing force. But the Left took the measure of Donald Trump and of the Far Right and rightfully found them wanting.
However, whether or not the gamble will work for the Left in the long term depends on how the Far Right (I do not care about the Mainstream Right) deals with its own fork in the road. The Left is smarter than the Far Right (which is not saying much), but the word “smarter” implies a comparison in the relative sense. In an objective sense, the Left is stupid. Yes, given the situation they found themselves in after November 2016, they made the right decision, but why were they in that position to begin with? They started boiling the frog of White dispossession too quickly; they were so intoxicated by their dominance and by their anti-White hatred that they did not realize that they were pushing too far too fast.
So, yes, they made the right choice given their limited options. But ultimately the Left is sowing dragon’s teeth and they may one day reap the whirlwind. If that happens, from their perspective it will be because they “inadvertently” caused “unforeseen negative consequences” due to their efforts “to make the world a better place,” but to the rest of us, the outcome was quite easily foreseen – IF the Far Right chooses the right direction. Does the Far Right follow the same old path of failure and disaster or does it take a fresh path, a new path, and remake a failed “movement” into a real movement that will make the Left pay for its gamble? We need to take advantage of all those sown dragon’s teeth, all the bitterness and balkanization the Left has created, and force the Left to a new fork in the road. But this time if they choose to push back with more repression, they’ll find a Far Right ready and willing to push back, and push back hard; on the other hand, if the Left backs down and chooses conciliation, we need a Far Right ready and willing to accept nothing but total victory, to keep on pushing, and not “declare victory (prematurely) and go home” as it usually does. We need a Far Right ready to push past conciliation into revolution.
No more Men on White Horses, not more Yang Gangs, no more stupidity – ourselves alone – and with real leadership, not affirmative action basket cases driving us to one disaster after another. There is the fork in the road – one path to deliverance, the other to the abyss. Which one to take?