Perspective

What Can We Learn From The Latest Terror Attack?

Look, its one thing to point out all the terror attacks happening (not to mention the foiled ones) and just say, “see, see, see!? We told you!” I mean we have to, after all, the media isn’t going to report these events honestly.

BBC:

The man who deliberately drove a car into a crowd in Melbourne is a drug user with mental health issues but no known terrorism links, police say.

The Australian citizen of Afghan descent was taken into custody after a struggle at the scene of the incident.

The car the 32-year-old was driving hit a number of pedestrians on Flinders Street, a busy junction in the centre of the city, said Victoria Police.

Fourteen people have been injured, with several in a critical condition.

A second man, 24, was arrested after being seen filming the incident. He had a bag of knives with him, police added.

“It is now believed he had no links to the incident, however he is still assisting police with enquiries,” they said.

The driver was arrested by an off-duty police officer. Police say he was the only person in the car.

The officer sustained shoulder and hand injuries during the arrest and was taken to hospital.

The driver was also taken to hospital, under police guard.

See what I mean? Just another nut that snapped, according to the BBC.

And for a while, that’s pretty much what we did on the Alt-Right. Blindly, I might add. Just thinking that it was enough to present the facts of Islamic terror to the general public.

But that’s not going to work. You could have been forgiven for thinking that it would work back in 2014 or 2015 or even 2016. Back then, we were all waiting with baited breath to see how Europe would react to the mass invasion.

Surely, people will wake up when the terror starts and heads start getting chopped off?

Well, its been two years now, so what do you think?

Personally, I think that this line of thinking has proven itself to be dead wrong. For the LARP-minded among you, let me put it this way:

If pressed, and Civil War broke out the next day, maybe we’d be able to raise 500 semi-competent fighters within a week. And forget about the logistics of being able to feed them on time, or god forbid figure out a way to re-supply them, train them or anything complicated like that. That’s an optimistic evaluation.

Yes, we’ve seen remarkable growth because of the invasion and the wave of terror attacks. But mostly, society has drifted further to the left.

This is worth pointing out for several reasons. First and foremost, we need to debunk some right-wing truisms once and for all.

  1. No, White people won’t just “wake up” if enough people die from a terror attack.
  2. Even if there were another major 9/11, it would guarantee nothing. More Muslims came into the US after 9/11 than before.
  3. These sand-people are not as dumb as right-wing agitprop would have you believe. They know how to wage guerrilla war.
  4. Terror works and it helps them achieve their aims.
  5. The cops and the state are NOT on our side.

I want to knock out the last point quickly. Going into Charlottesville, one of the people I knew organizing the event was 100% sure that the cops were on our side.

Yeah, nah dude. The cops are all secretly red-pilled and right-wing as fuck. They hate liberals and Antifa and they’re totally on our side!

Several rounds of pepper spray to his face hopefully got him to re-evaluate his assumptions. But knowing how slavishly some right-wingers worship arbitrary authority figures, I doubt it.

In general, the state and the cops are interested in one thing and one thing only and that is keeping the peace and maintaining stability.

The reason that they feel so emboldened to beat up and abuse our activists is because they know that they can do it with impunity. Say what you will about /ourguys/ but they are rule-abiding for the most part. Meanwhile, if you man-handle Abdullah, his 32 cousins will pay you a visit in your off-hours or just toss a grenade at you when you’re getting in the car to go home. They will set off a bomb at the police HQ and the boomer police chief looking to retire in peace will back down. He’ll cut a deal with them to get the situation to simmer down. None of this is conjecture by the way. All of it happened in Sweden a couple of months ago.

And that’s because terror works and because the squeaky wheel gets the grease.

Watching from the sidelines, we sometimes misunderstand the intended target or the intended result that the terrorists are aiming for.  That doesn’t mean that it isn’t there. Not all these events can be attributed to Muslims simply chimping out.

Meanwhile, back to point 1.

Most people are pussies and cowards. This is true of all people in all history, but especially now.

It’s like the saying goes, “everything I needed to know, I learned in Kindergarten.” Well, I certainly learned a lot on the playground and cafeterias of the public schools I attended. When confronted by a bully on the playground, most kids just roll over and show their belly. They take it, and then they try to befriend the bully to be his bitch, but at least no longer the primary target of his ire. They’ll round up on you for standing up to the bully, because you did not bully them yourself. Had you struck first and slapped the weak kid around, they might have ended up on your side, not his.

That’s just how group dynamics work.

By attacking innocent people over and over again, Muslims succeed in intimidating most normies into never criticizing them. It’s bad enough that it isn’t PC, but now there is also the very real threat that they might get killed as well. Don’t assume everyone is a hot-headed freedom fighter like yourself. Most people look for any and every excuse to keep their heads down and avoid conflict.

A few Muslims hardened from throwing stones at out of shape Jews in the West Bank or chopping off heads in Syria, are enough to terrorize the soft, Pillsbury doughboys that comprise 90% of Western society.

Those that say, “worse is better” are literally retarded and know nothing about the actual history of political struggle. We shouldn’t listen to those who join our movement with a burning death wish because for the most part, worse is worse and another step towards mass conversions to Islam in Europe or mass miscegenation and acting like Wiggers in the US.

Regarding the police, the stories I hear from my Swedish Nationalist friends about their treatment at the hands of blue-eyed, blond-haired policemen and what we witnessed at Charlottesville was enough to give me serious pause. And I hope sharing with you will help you re-evaluate your projections for the future as well.

Try some “hello, fellow White man,” reasoning with American cops and see where it gets you.

The main reason to look at these events with a critical eye is to learn from them.

We have to see what works and what doesn’t. Putting pressure on the police seems to do wonders. And because we are a part of society and not trying to create a parallel one like the Muslims, simple activism targeted at the police should work, instead of grenades and nail bombs. Hell, it should work against journalists, and low-tier politicians as well.

Calling them traitors, lackeys, low-T cucks and…well I am sure we can all brainstorm something even more insulting if pressed.

Standing in a public square and shouting about immigrants until one of our autists leaks information about the protest to Antifa may not be the best strategy going forward.

In fact, making the non-Whites the target of our ire seems completely counter-productive. The target should always be the Whites and the (((Whites))) that enable them. The target should be specific, and not just a counter-productive howl directed at society at large. Time to focus in on specific targets. Like Trump did with Hillary, who became the personification of evil itself for half the country. Or when Trayvon became the avatar for blacks demanding gibs. Or like Ted Bundy, who became the personification of Lolbertardian weakness and impotence. Or Christopher Cantwell, who became the symbol of rising White Terror to Vice-reading libshits. Or take Based Stickman, who became a rallying point for standing up to Antifa – if only for a while.

Media campaigns, meme campaigns and personalized attacks centered around a specific person work. 

Hint. This isn’t the 1960s. The cops are not beating up hippies and civil rights activists. They’re gunning for us now. And literally no one except boomers likes cops anymore.

If this cop had murdered a Black, there would be a mass chimpout. The media would be all over this nonstop.

But he killed a White guy, and there was no White chimpout. What message does that send the police, the media and society at large? It doesn’t even matter at this point if the dead man was a criminal, because in the eyes of many Americans, we are criminals too. What matters is that we did nothing. And now the police know who can be bullied. They already knew actually. And so do the media and the politicians for that matter.

Anyways, long story short, since the state refuses to do anything to stop these non-stop Muslim terror attacks, the very least we can do on the Alt-Right is learn from them. We can’t be complacent. There is no silent mechanism at work, pushing more people over to our side, in fact, it might be quite the opposite.

Seriously, lads. We should start learning to see the situation as it is, and not how we wish it to be. Time to start identifying the levers of power and chinks in the armor and start softly, ever so gently pushing on them. If the Muslims can figure it out, why can’t we?

 

Vincent Law
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