February 3, 2019
Every day I read about what is happening in France and I sleep easier knowing that the Jews are going to pay for their wickedness in at least one major developed nation.
The event, which brought together 1,300 people at the height, was peppered with incidents throughout the day, first in the European Parliament, then at the station where the police were hit by jets of projectiles (including firecrackers), and on the edge of the Great Synagogue where racist and anti-Semitic remarks were made.
They marched on a huge regional synagogue and started screaming “youpin” (French for kike) at yid passerby.
This thing is a pogrom in slow motion. It’s going to boil over any day now, and the evil Jews will be subject to discipline for the first time since the forties.
I’m glad of the assistance I’ve been able to offer the French with infrastructure, logistics, and policy tips. I’m glad that they got to learn from the failures of the American alt-right. This kind of work has immense value. But I can also get pretty bitter and angry about the opportunity loss in the United States. I did not sign up to this thing to save France. I signed up to Make America Great Again.
The French did everything right. They mobilized a mass movement by refusing to have centralized leaders or spokesmen. They chose a neutral symbol, the vest, and based their movement not out of any specific ideology or policy point, but mutual dissatisfaction with the Democratic establishment. This is how a mass street movement gets done. If Trump voters would simply put on their MAGA caps and start engaging in this kind of behavior at places Democrats congregate we’d have all of Trump’s campaign promises achieved by year’s end– or a massive civil war in which we’d have the pretext to exterminate Democrats wholesale.
Why couldn’t we do this? Where did we go wrong? How did the American ring wing dissident movement collapse in a circus of trailer trash stereotypes? The more I examine the realities of where the alt-right went all wrong, I come to the conclusion that the problem is we are spiritually barren. We were incapable of expelling false prophets primarily because we rejected proper authority within our own hearts. We are adrift, a people rootless. If you have no connection to the divine, you start looking for idols. If you start looking for idols, you’ll quickly find them in many things like podcasters with too much to say and too little wisdom backing it, or narcissistic fools chosen as “leaders” for you by a hostile media elite. You’ll do anything, even if it is to the detriment of your stated ideology or philosophy, as long as other people around you are telling you it is a good idea. Plenty of people on the right engage in social signaling too, and it is usually even dumber than when liberals do it.
You need something that forms a foundation for your life. You need connection. You need the blessing of gods.
You see what is happening in France right now?
Antifa keeps trying to coopt the Parisian Yellow Vests, but the movement of normal working people aren't having it at all. Commies get drowned out by boos.
— Sun Gazer (@vapingheals) February 2, 2019
That’s normal, average people in the streets drowning out antifa with boos. 12 weeks in and there’s still crowds everywhere.
— Stéphanie Roy (@Steph_Roy_) February 2, 2019
— France Bleu Normandie (Calvados, Orne) (@fbleubnormandie) February 2, 2019
That guy who lost his eye to the cops is back out is back on the street.
#Paris Jérôme Rodrigues part se reposer avant le début de la marche.
"Ça fait chaud au coeur!" "Y a pas que moi il y a aussi d'autres blessés, les autres n'ont pas autant d'attention que moi"#GiletsJaunes #ActeXII #Acte12 #2fevrier #Rodrigues pic.twitter.com/hcRzyC7heb
— Stéphanie Roy (@Steph_Roy_) February 2, 2019
Until we come to terms with our hubristic natures that have left us a people uniquely stranded and atomized, we will achieve nothing like this. If this is merely the struggle of individuals, we will remain slaves to a ZOG machine until our last breath. We need real prophets to guide us, and if they were here today, you wouldn’t even be able to recognize them.
Start praying for a transformation of the self that will allow you to manifest with your countrymen in a mass insurgency like this.
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