After watching the outcome of the ‘[h’]White Man March’ that occurred in Liverpool, England 3 days ago, one may feel dismay and frustration towards National Alliance and similar organizations. It has become glaringly obvious that the skinhead movement, and the various white nationalist offshoot movements have completely failed at improving the prospects of ordinary, working class and middle class whites, or making a positive impact on the sociopolitical culture. The only thing that skinheads and white nationalism have succeeded in doing is attracting disenfranchised social outcasts on the fringes of society who are more interested in being a part of a subculture that validates them and gives them a sense of identity and having a safe space to rant about things that they will never actually try to improve. This has been very much to the detriment of people like Jared Taylor, who would like to bring up racial issues and discuss them in such a way that would actually influence normal people.
To truly become a leader, you must first follow. It is unlikely that we will be able to influence normal people if we position ourselves as outsiders, and in most cases, we aren’t. We are not special because of our political beliefs. We do not deserve special treatment or respect, simply because we are “redpilled,” and normal people know this. In the words of Alex Kurtagic “Impress to inform — don’t inform to impress.” To drastically change the way the people around us think about race, nationalism, traditionalism, and religion, we must first gain their respect, especially when it comes to those areas.
One thing that we must not forget is that, although it is necessary to gain the trust and respect of the masses, our duty to lead them remains. We are ahead of the curve, and although we cannot expect the rest of the population to realize this initially, we must act on it. We start by blending in with the masses, and then, by engaging in self-betterment, quietly organizing and networking with one another, we ascend the masses, and lead them.