With the escalation of anti-white politics and the clamping down of free speech, including the coordinated takedown of 8Chan, it is apparent that the unsanitized internet is living on borrowed time. We need to step up our efforts to spread our message while we can and to prepare for when we can't. Unfortunately, NPCs and psychos, as well as those egged on by alphabets, are assuming this means grabbing guns and going after the weakest available "targets." It's clear that this is 100% counterproductive, and I made this thread >>234190
to assure posters and 8Chan refugees of this fact, as well as the necessity to disavow any random acts of violence.
However, that begs the question: what can be done instead that is actually effective and can be done on a mass scale? Let's discuss that here! I believe I have three answers:Networking & Infiltration
Redpilling but more organized. You meet up with people who are intelligent and logical and gradually, through friendly argument, convince them and bring them on your side. You then coordinate to bring in more and more people. Be mindful of 6 Degrees of Separation and don't expose yourself. When you have several people you can set up a "secret" club. Then you can get serious and get your network to set up their own groups. It's not a secret society by any means, but a bunch of like-minded people with strong collectivist interest and ties into various organizations.
Guard against infiltration by, first of all, maintaining a low profile. Different but connected networks should not have abundant knowledge of each others' membership to prevent complete compromise in the case of interrogation. Coordination should be done on a personal, informal level and if codes are used, multiple codes are mandatory. Networks should gather intel, recruit sympathetic outsiders and conduct nonviolent or covert disruption. Leftists have long had extensive networks that function in this way so it is about time we use such tactics. Get into institutions first that are most inclined toward us: libertarian groups, churches, and grassroots conservative publications.Agorism
This is on a broader social level. Agorism, or "counter-economics" is the conducting of voluntary transactions and exchanges outside the purview of the regulated market. A "gray market," it involves purchPost too long. Click here to view the full text.