Commenter Sam wrote:
I read somewhere, I believe it was in a Jewish newspaper but I can’t find it. I’m paraphrasing. “…The Goy believe in the big win…we should go for the small win because a win is a win…”
So your MW strategy is best because we have proof, Jewish domination, that it works. If we could constantly fight them on every small issue we would eventually win
This is a very good articulation of what I have been trying to get across to you, my dear readers and reader-commenters. The patient, civilizationally-selected Asians and Jews are gatherers of small victories that add up to a mountain of success for them.
Moreover, we live in an age where cultural degeneracy is very powerful, and affects the succeeding generations of Asians and Jews. So you try, you will be able to compete. The hate that burns in you must be like your Terminator Fuel Cell that keeps you going. Your hate is painful to you, but it can also be the key to your not degenerating. The people who lack the gift of hate are morally decomposing, rotting, degenerating.
The practice of qigong is what worked for me to turn the painful hate energy that was burning me, into a fuel cell that drives me. You learn how to control and direct the hate-energy, rather than being controlled and directed by it. There’s lots of qigong instruction on youtube, I won’t post it again here.
The practice of patience and accumulation of small victories is a very fulfilling way to live. You focus on each small victory, and make sure to maximize it. Make a Game out of it.
Also, one must have the insight of an economist –always asking, “is it worth it to do this or this?” For example, I used to deliver newspapers in the early morning until I realized that, after paying for gas and brake jobs, I was making, at most, 4 bucks an hour. An economist was born! If you do one thing, then you can’t do another. What is the trade off and the opportunity cost of one course of action versus the other? How much is it going to cost in gasoline? In time? A lot of people don’t make these calculations.
Being an economist ensures that you don’t end up putting effort into things that aren’t worth it. You clarify your own values and goals, and learn from your mistakes.
Television conditioned us to think in terms of heroicism and quick solutions. I remember believing as a teenager and young adult that I had to be some kind of commando warrior just to be worthy as a man. It made me realize that the movies have an outsized influence on us, and we have to deprogram from action movie fantasyland, to the real war that’s going on around us.
There is a real war, and you can be a soldier in it. Your mission is to accumulate small victories, starting with personal success. Your personal success is our success. Eventually, hopefully, you can contribute something to our collective. It’s my goal too. I am still in the stage of mere personal success, and am not yet able to contribute anything to our Cause besides my writing. But I am patient and confident that I will be able to contribute in good time.
The accumulation of small victories is not televised. Some commenters on other sites have said, “you’ve been saying the same thing for 10 years and still have accomplished nothing.” Well, the fact that I’m still around after 10 years is an accomplishment in itself. Most people come and go in about 5 years, and go on to other things. Second, how did this commenter know I didn’t accomplish anything? Just because he didn’t see it on television? So many good things are going on that are not televised or blogged. You’ll just have to believe it, because we cannot televise or blog all the things we are doing for obvious reasons.
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.