Sometimes, our biggest enemy is comfort. We have, on the alt right, experienced a growth in the millennial generation (and those beneath it) that the old guard never saw coming. With this have come new ideas, new support bases, new challenges. But what it’s going to take to save our land and people is hardly new, and what it’s going to take to undo the french revolution is hardly revolutionary. Are you sitting down? are you ready? do you have your breeches buckled tightly, and your seatbelt as well if riding somewhere?
We need to out-professional our leftist opposition.
We need to act as if we are professional politicians.
This doesn’t mean we need to be less radical in the ideals we espouse. Nor is this a call for the skinheads to put away their boots, the odinists their hammers, the Catholics their rosaries, the Orthodox their Komboskinoi (or even Lestovkas) – because it is not the ideals in one’s heart, not even his clothing that make one fringe. What has held us back for generations is a lack of adult level discussion and behavior.
One of the things people learned in University, classically, was how to be a Gentleman or a Lady. While today what’s learned in many State universities is Sorostitution and the free market economics of narcotics distribution, TradYouth seeks to fill the void left in our society through the degeneration of higher education–a place where young adults learn how to behave like adults…and not just any adults but respectable and scholarly ones. This is an ideal that none of us can live up to 100% of the time, but it’s one that we must all strive to live up to at all times.
In our Southern California Chapter, we have been experimenting with reading lists for new members – we certainly require attempts to tackle our list from all nest leaders. Among these texts are not only the Nest Leader’s Manual by Codreanu and Questions and Answers on Fascism by Oswald Mosley, as well as on a non-canonical list, “the way of men” by Jack Donovan and “Markets not Capitalism,” but books such as “7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” “the Art of War” by Sun Tzu, Mao’s “People’s War,” and even “Rules for Radicals” by Saul Alinsky, the Jewish Communist mentor of one famous community organizer who has spent the past decade in the White House.
We also encourage study of the Holy Scriptures, Psalms, and lives and writings of the Apostles and Saints, of course, even if members do not consider themselves religious or even Christian, in order that they might better articulate their ideas to those of the dominant faith in this country.
But let’s get back to those business books:
That’s right. We need to be thinking about time management, organizational efficiency, professional image, presentation, how to confront and be confronted without letting our egos be impacted, and other skills usually learned by business majors and middle managers.
By the nature of our Struggle, as those attempting to subvert the paradigm and counteract the establishment that’s been in place since the 1700s, we have limited time, manpower, and resources. Therefore we need to focus on making the most use of them.
We need to focus on constantly developing new methods to reach the most people with the least effort. We need to treat our activism as if it’s a corporate brand – for after all, Trad Youth is a Not-for-Profit corporation. We need to look always to the achievement of tangible results in the short term that are in line with our long term goals.
Therefore, going forward into 2016, SoCal Leadership are expected to maintain the following discipline and all supporters, whether from our chapter, nationwide, or simply the sympathetic public and broader movement, are encouraged to do the following things:
- Work on your fitness, whether you are too big, too skinny, or any other less than ideal shape. A strong physical form sharpens the mind and projects strength.
- Constantly be reading one book on philosophy, one on business and professionalism skills, and one on spiritual life.
- Attempt to learn a new language. The more languages one learns to think in, the more agile one’s mind becomes at thinking of new ways to communicate.
- Seek to advance in your personal finances. Those who have more to lose have their words taken more seriously.
- Be creative in some way that benefits our cause. Whether this means writing songs, writing articles, or writing the next great novel, putting up posters, designing new flyers, posters, or stickers, painting or drawing something that symbolizes our struggle, or even designing clothing is up to you. the possibilities are endless but this much is imperative: do something at least once a week to outlet your creative energy in a way that benefits your people.
We also plan to create a repository for flyers and stickers that are designed for any student anywhere in the United States to put up at their school, so that as we go about our weekly routines, we can propagandize anonymously and effectively.
Last but not least: I’m as guilty of this as anyone, but I’m also the first to seek to reconcile it, so I feel within my rights to address it: We have got to stop being assholes to one another within our movement. We are of course disenchanted people trying to attract others who are disenchanted, so of course we’re going to have conflicts. But we need to handle those conflicts privately and briefly, and move on with our lives, always being quick to forgive. Because that’s what winners do. And we want to win.
We want to create a brighter day with bright new babies clinging to brightly beaming mothers, from ocean to ocean, embracing timeless tradition and dumping Modernity in the trash. Let’s remember that anyone who shares these kinds of dreams are not enemies. They may be annoying coworkers, but they’re still part of the team effort to secure our children’s futures. Reserve your hate for those who believe in child-free movements, working mothers, and multicultural capitalist modernity simply because it’s the current year, and encourage those in our ranks to abandon those kinds of counter-productive ideals if they hold them even in part.
I look forward to our growth in the coming year, and the end of the “current year” and it’s SJW dominated paradigms. Together, we will win.