I have previously mentioned several times the habit of people like Duke and Spencer of continuously jumping from one failed project to another. But this post is about a more general problem than just those two individuals, and it is about a specific subset of the overall issue of constant, endless “movement” failure under affirmative action herrenvolk “leadership.”
The specific subset of problems I refer to is the ongoing scenario in which various prominent “movement” figures are unable to successfully complete any particular project as (more or less) originally planned. All configurations of ineptness are observed. Projects may be pushed through but fail miserably – these are the failures that are most conspicuous to the general rank-and-file. But what the rank-and-file may not be aware of are the endless series of aborted projects. Ideas are conceived – some of them promising – and then are abandoned before beginning or, worse, abandoned after people (like me) have already invested time and energy in working on the project, producing initially promising results. Sometimes the projects are completely abandoned, sometimes the story is that the project is switched from one idea to another, with the new idea usually being less promising, less ambitious, less useful, and/or less feasible than the original. This secondary project typically fails and/or is abandoned as well.
Now, sometimes this is necessary and justified. After all, you do not want to reinforce error, throw bad money after good, and sometimes, yes, you have to accept a sunk cost and move on. But I am not talking about isolated cases of failure or isolated cases of abandoning certain projects or switching from one project to another. I instead am talking about an endlessly repeating series of the same sorts of errors and abandoned, failed projects. I am talking about having people like me wasting time again and again, sincerely working hard, with enthusiasm, on varied projects, only to have Quota Queens “pulling the plug” on the project, typically because they are not suitable for carrying it through, they are inept, they are unimaginative dullards who can’t follow through on ideas thought up by others, they are impatient fools with apparent attention deficit defects, and they are the ones with faulty ideas and faulty “leadership.” This wasting of time and energy because of the failed “leadership” of others has happened to me, and others, so many times that it is a constant disappointment, and, as alluded to above, the rank-and file only see the tip of the iceberg of failure; they typically do not know of all of these other failures and abandoned projects.
And all of these people, the failed “leaders,” cannot take any criticism, they become hysterical about any justified criticism of their ongoing ineptitude, and they are of course protected by Der Movement’s ethnic affirmative action program.
Related to this, a Counter-Currents comment:
Posted November 11, 2020 at 3:11 pm | Permalink
Regardless of what happens between now and 20 January 2021, the Dissident Right needs an organized movement, an apparatus.
The dilemma for too many people on the Right during 2016-20 was an over-reliance on Donald Trump. But there was a lack of an effective organization which could mobilize:
* Legal defense
* Fund raising
* Pro-White info ops
* Counters against de-platforming
* Fronts for students, workers, etcetera
* Getting people out into the streets and into the boardrooms
Of course, all this means money, lawyers, specialists, media, alt-tech and (most importantly) a well known personality who could provide access to all of these things.
Is there a personality who fits this bill? Say, a billionaire who is fired up by being deprived of a public office to which he was rightfully elected? Who might be willing to provide a startup grant of several million dollars and perhaps some office space?
Even if the election is tossed to Team Deep State, the long game must be played here. It behooves the Dissident Right to maintain the impetus for Trump.
So, why wasn’t the “Apparatus” built up during the Trump interregnum of 2017-2021? Do we just blithely accept the incredible abrogation of duty, the complete lack of responsibility, the zero accountability, and the pitiful shocking ineptitude of the affirmative action Quota Queens?
Why don’t the rank-and-file demand answers?
But, no. Send in more “D’Nations.” After all, why not enjoy such wonderful victories such as that pictured here?