The title is a phrase that pro-Whites can use in response to anti-whites. It was suggested by Horus in his most recent podcast with Roy. The audio of it gives the full flavor, and begins at 35:15:
Horus repeats the statements in a more or less friendly tone of agreement rather than of confrontation.
Another way to do it is that as soon as someone gives an anti-white point of view, you just point out to them, “Well, you’re speaking from the anti-white perspective,” or “you’re speaking from the anti-white point of view.” And just let it sit there and percolate a little bit.
You know, that is a really good tactic. You’ve mentioned that to me before, and I have not put it into use yet.
If you have someone acting in that politically correct, robotic mindset, you just say, “Well, from the anti-white perspective, sure.”…just play along with them…”Asia for the Asians, Africa for the Africans, White countries for everybody…from the anti-white perspective, yes. From the anti-white point of view…you’re speaking from the anti-white point of view.”
Just keep calling them an anti-white in a very polite way. [As Horus says of this technique a couple of minutes later, “You’re calling an opponent anti-white without calling him an anti-white.” — HD]
And it starts grating. It starts grating.
[Horus points out that the tactic he’s recommending is a good one if a pro-White maybe isn’t that good at speaking or isn’t that aggressive…the anti-white will become irritated and pushy, and the pro-white can just continue being agreeable, tossing in, “Yeah, from the anti-white perspective. Yes, from the anti-white point of view. You’re speaking from the anti-white point of view.” — HD]
Just keep calling them an anti-white in a polite way and you’ll keep training the conversation. It’ll get very frustrating for them.
Then you hit them with a talking point here or there [the consistent Mantra talking points* — HD], once you do that 5 or 6 times.
*I’ll try to get a decent link for that phrase for readers who aren’t BUGSters. I’m not sure that’s possible…Mantra talking points are something one learns by being a BUGSter. For the present, I’ll just make the phrase a link to the Mantra at BUGS.
Horus’ podcasts can be found here: http://whiterabbitradio.net/podcast-2