Comment on Be a Rockin’ Robin for Trump’s “Stop #WhiteGenocide Wall”! by Ralph Johnson.
Those of you who know much more about twitter than Henry and I do even when we put our heads together please make suggestions in the comments of other things that need to go in the article, especially strong enduring hashtags.
And let’s note this post above by Pro-White Warrior, which has got to have some lessons in it:
How funny is this: I tweeted this month’s “Teach all children..” White House message with the tag “#Education, ain’t it grand” and several legit education organisations re tweeted it to tens of thousands of their followers!
We have at least 10 more months of “petitions” that can be tweeted.
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“We are Morons” doesn’t fight White Genocide
This comment by Wuntz Moore at BUGS:
Ice Knight writes above:
Calling out our own people as ‘morons’ seems counterproductive to me, almost like what ‘respectable conservatives’ might do to maintain respectability. The vast majority of the people attending Charlottesville were normal White people that we can work with and influence.
Could be, on the first sentence, and I agree with the second sentence. Some of the “Morons” whose antics were most used by media were apparently not “ours,” like the Nazi flag guy and this critter who starts speaking at 55 seconds in the first video in a Wash Post article.
Who is he? No one knows. The organizers tried to prevent such displays, but how do you prevent such critters from showing up and turning pro-White events into anti-White propaganda events? The problem is being discussed.
Getting as many as 1600 or more pro-Whites to show up in the same place and work together was an astonishing feat of organizing, and shows the participants’ willingness to rise above past squabbles and to cooperate.
That about 700 participants showed up with their own tiki torches, and another 800 torches were purchased from a “war chest” and handed out, was also astonishing, but glorious as it might have seemed, a torchlight parade was probably not the best choice. Imagine if the early black movement in its own day had chosen a torchlight parade as its first major public event. Probably the power structure then would have reacted the same way the power structure today has reacted to the C’ville event.
In contrast, 1500 signs with the Mantra memes and simply “Stop White Genocide” in fluorescent paint would have planted the memes even in Whites who still get their news from TV and newspapers.
The planned main event was to have been a series of speakers on Saturday, most of whom would have mentioned White Genocide, and one of whom, Horus, would likely have given as usual an excellent talk on White Genocide meme spreading.
But the state police blocked the speeches and herded pro-Whites out of the park through a gauntlet of anti-Whites.
Tom Bowie, and Horus’s excellent podcast on the event, This Week in #WhiteGenocide 18, have enlarged my view on the event. Tom and Horus and Horus’s two guests were at C’ville, and I wasn’t.
Now I’ve had my say from A to Z and I can get back to my own business. As Hank Williams sang, “Mind your own business, and you’ll stay busy all the time.”
“We are Morons” doesn’t fight White Genocide
To our Morons and their enablers:
White Genocide is the greatest crime that anti-Whites commit against Whites.
White Genocide is the crime that anti-Whites are least able to defend against.
If you tack other stuff onto White Genocide, anti-Whites can make the other stuff the issue.
Your other stuff has already been armed by anti-whites to blow you away when you touch it.
For the benefit of the observing White masses, hammer anti-Whites over and over and over with their crime of White Genocide, exclusively.
That text has been added to the end of the article on BUGS
A flier we can distribute
Additional fliers to post can be found here:
We ask the Obama administration to comment on Secretary Clinton’s remarks on White Genocide
This meme-message was submitted a week ago, and still hasn’t gotten the 150 initials that will make it visible on the White House site. So even If it goes up today, it will only be visible for 20 days.
If it had gone up immediately, it would have been visible for its full 30 days.
You only have to put initials in the two name boxes, and anyone in the world can add initials to these monthly messages.
We get thousands of visitors here a day. Is this the best you folks can do to help spread our memes???