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There's really no pushback against this article? Interesting.

Sure am getting tired of winning.
It's a formless mass of retarded goop, with a few poison pills sprinkled in for "flavor"--Give me an "R"! Give me an "I"! Give me a "C"! Give me an "O"! What does it spell?? RICO!!!! I suppose there might be a handful of good ideas in here but I don't have the time or energy to sort them out right now. Sadly, Identity Dixie really isn't much better than TRS, but we already established that in these pages a year ago after the Musonius Rufus debacle, so why is anybody taking anything that comes out of there seriously?
 

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There's really no pushback against this article? Interesting.

Sure am getting tired of winning.
There is no main stream winning and Trump is a dead end. He always was. Forger about Trump and MAGA. There was nothing dissident about eithet. Both were a means to an end for us. Anyone who ever thought otherwise got confused and actually started believeing the God Emperor memes from 2016, which were always propaganda.

The type of "winning" we will be doing is not going to be of the public variety. Nothing we do from here on out will be main stream. Get used to that idea.


It's a formless mass of retarded goop, with a few poison pills sprinkled in for "flavor"--Give me an "R"! Give me an "I"! Give me a "C"! Give me an "O"! What does it spell?? RICO!!!! I suppose there might be a handful of good ideas in here but I don't have the time or energy to sort them out right now. Sadly, Identity Dixie really isn't much better than TRS, but we already established that in these pages a year ago after the Musonius Rufus debacle, so why is anybody taking anything that comes out of there seriously?
Sure, do nothing. Wait for something or someone to save us. Literally nothing in the article is illegal in any way, shape, or form. RICO? How?

What's your master plan? To wait for God to sweep up this mess for us?

Pro tip, God doesn't do that. God helps those that help themselves first.
 
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There is no main stream winning and Trump is a dead end. He always was. Forget about Trump and MAGA. There was nothing dissident about eithet. Both were a means to an end for us. Anyone who ever thought otherwise got confused and actually started believeing the God Emperor memes from 2016, which were always propaganda.

The type of "winning" we will be doing is not going to be of the public variety. Nothing we do from here on out will be main stream. Get used to that idea.



Sure, do nothing. Wait for something or someone to save us. Literally nothing in the article is illegal in any way, shape, or form. RICO? How?

What's your master plan? To wait for God to sweep up this mess for us?

Pro tip, God doesn't do that. God helps those that help themselves first.
"Trump was a conspiracy from the beginning will remain a moronic premise until someone can give a legitimate explanation as to why this NWO agenda wouldn't have been easier with Bush or Clinton. I know people have attempted to give explanations, but they all fall apart. We don't have the space to re-re-re-relitigate that here, but no one argues that the Trump movement wasn't co-opted, and that should be the point, rather than it constantly having to be a conspiracy.

What is incredible is that almost to a man, people who believe that conspiracy seem incapable of recognizing real conspiracies happening right in front of them, which are proved and do not require mental gymnastics. Virtually all of these people have 1940s heroes or viking runes as avatars.

This article is more than 50% introduction, establishing premises that are demonstrably false. Deplatforming did not help spread the message. That is so false, that no one would could legitimately claim it honestly. It's a lie. Anyone who reads this article should say "why is this person starting out by lying to me?"

You might also ask: "why is this person's number one concern revisionist history documentaries?" Although obviously also by that metric, fewer people are exposed to the information than before the censorship - obviously, obviously, obviously. I mean - come on.

The claim that the feds have no idea what is going on is also a lie. Atomwaffen, Proud Boys and Oath Keepers are all now admitted to have been run by feds. I think it's been established that Heimbach (who is now Antifa) and his crew were also linked to feds. The same is true with the TRS crew (the Jayoh tape remains unexplained, as does their attempt to rehab Cantwell). All evidence shows that all of these right-wing groups are feds, actually.

What this article suggests is a total recipe to get locked in with a bunch of feds. The intro is to make you think "oh actually the Jews are really stupid and they put us in a BETTER position - they don't have any idea what is going on, we can just fly under the radar!" - again, the fact that all these groups have been run by feds proves that premise false.

But it uses that premise to say "you can have people join your secret nazi group just by meeting them for pizza and making sure they're cool." Court documents have show probably hundreds of times now that feds infiltrated these groups exactly like that. Furthermore, they came to people already in the groups, and told them if they didn't become snitches, they would go to prison. It's all exactly what was done to the KKK and skinheads in the 1970s-90s. This guy saying "it's not like that" doesn't change the fact that it is exactly like that.

Your thing: "unless you can come up with something better, we just have to do this fed thing" is also not a valid premise.

But I have already explained this, millions of times: people need to move out of the cities and establish themselves in existing communities, all of which are going to be sympathetic to our ideas. The very last thing anyone needs to be doing is meeting people from the internet.

What the OP is is a fed manual, and it is shameful to me - I mean, I am myself very ashamed - that after all the work I've done explaining this, half the people are like "yeah great idea, let's form a neo-Nazi group based on the mafia, and bring in new members who we make sure are cool by inviting for pizza and beer!"

This sort of thing makes me wonder why I even bother. Seriously.
 

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But I have already explained this, millions of times: people need to move out of the cities and establish themselves in existing communities, all of which are going to be sympathetic to our ideas. The very last thing anyone needs to be doing is meeting people from the internet
See I took the article supplementary to your instructions of moving out to rural areas. Forming enclaves of secessionist type societies at the county level. Hiring people and supplying outreach to our people within such rural settings.
I remember you actually motivated me to seek out promotions in order to help our people along not too long ago. The ability to set up rural area infrastructure for benefiting each other is actually very manageable in such areas of the country.

I guess I should relook at the article in another lense.

In rural areas it's much easier to have connections. The easiest to plug into is your church. Rural American small towns are still centered around the church.

Neighborly outreach is done at the local level usually through the churches of the county helping ones neighbors first and foremost.

A buddy needs power run out to his shed......no problem be right over.

Lawnmower needs some work? Be right over.

Need to replace some boards on a deck? Sure how about this weekend.

Church small groups and gatherings are always a weekly fellowship outreach program to help people in your community in need.

I guess I mistook the article to be along these same lines instead of seeing it as gathering of internet "friends" and forming a manerbund and risking fed swoops.
 
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When the gibs run out the White nationalist homesteaders are going to be the very last thing the Jews are worried about. They will come running to us for help while their pets are butchering each-other and turning to literal cannibalism.
 

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"Trump was a conspiracy from the beginning will remain a moronic premise until someone can give a legitimate explanation as to why this NWO agenda wouldn't have been easier with Bush or Clinton. I know people have attempted to give explanations, but they all fall apart. We don't have the space to re-re-re-relitigate that here, but no one argues that the Trump movement wasn't co-opted, and that should be the point, rather than it constantly having to be a conspiracy.

What is incredible is that almost to a man, people who believe that conspiracy seem incapable of recognizing real conspiracies happening right in front of them, which are proved and do not require mental gymnastics. Virtually all of these people have 1940s heroes or viking runes as avatars.

This article is more than 50% introduction, establishing premises that are demonstrably false. Deplatforming did not help spread the message. That is so false, that no one would could legitimately claim it honestly. It's a lie. Anyone who reads this article should say "why is this person starting out by lying to me?"

You might also ask: "why is this person's number one concern revisionist history documentaries?" Although obviously also by that metric, fewer people are exposed to the information than before the censorship - obviously, obviously, obviously. I mean - come on.

The claim that the feds have no idea what is going on is also a lie. Atomwaffen, Proud Boys and Oath Keepers are all now admitted to have been run by feds. I think it's been established that Heimbach (who is now Antifa) and his crew were also linked to feds. The same is true with the TRS crew (the Jayoh tape remains unexplained, as does their attempt to rehab Cantwell). All evidence shows that all of these right-wing groups are feds, actually.

What this article suggests is a total recipe to get locked in with a bunch of feds. The intro is to make you think "oh actually the Jews are really stupid and they put us in a BETTER position - they don't have any idea what is going on, we can just fly under the radar!" - again, the fact that all these groups have been run by feds proves that premise false.

But it uses that premise to say "you can have people join your secret nazi group just by meeting them for pizza and making sure they're cool." Court documents have show probably hundreds of times now that feds infiltrated these groups exactly like that. Furthermore, they came to people already in the groups, and told them if they didn't become snitches, they would go to prison. It's all exactly what was done to the KKK and skinheads in the 1970s-90s. This guy saying "it's not like that" doesn't change the fact that it is exactly like that.

Your thing: "unless you can come up with something better, we just have to do this fed thing" is also not a valid premise.

But I have already explained this, millions of times: people need to move out of the cities and establish themselves in existing communities, all of which are going to be sympathetic to our ideas. The very last thing anyone needs to be doing is meeting people from the internet.

What the OP is is a fed manual, and it is shameful to me - I mean, I am myself very ashamed - that after all the work I've done explaining this, half the people are like "yeah great idea, let's form a neo-Nazi group based on the mafia, and bring in new members who we make sure are cool by inviting for pizza and beer!"

This sort of thing makes me wonder why I even bother. Seriously.
There is nothing wrong with meeting people online for pizza and beer, just make sure you don't discuss anything more revolutionary than gardening tips and homeschooling. I just had a great meeting with a bunch of weirdos in my hood, surely some of them are feds but we still had a great time and I got a good recipe for hummus. Hopefully there is a honeypot and I can get some ass before they send me to federal prison for going to a potluck and having a communal prayer circle...
 

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Look you don't meet randoms off the internet to build a movement, you talk to people you already know, find who is sympathetic to your cause and work on them. That is a real grass roots movement.
 

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See I took the article supplementary to your instructions of moving out to rural areas. Forming enclaves of secessionist type societies at the county level. Hiring people and supplying outreach to our people within such rural settings.
I remember you actually motivated me to seek out promotions in order to help our people along not too long ago. The ability to set up rural area infrastructure for benefiting each other is actually very manageable in such areas of the country.

I guess I should relook at the article in another lense.

In rural areas it's much easier to have connections. The easiest to plug into is your church. Rural American small towns are still centered around the church.

Neighborly outreach is done at the local level usually through the churches of the county helping ones neighbors first and foremost.

A buddy needs power run out to his shed......no problem be right over.

Lawnmower needs some work? Be right over.

Need to replace some boards on a deck? Sure how about this weekend.

Church small groups and gatherings are always a weekly fellowship outreach program to help people in your community in need.

I guess I mistook the article to be along these same lines instead of seeing it as gathering of internet "friends" and forming a manerbund and risking fed swoops.
Yes, you seem to understand my plan.

But this guy is talking about meeting up with people from the internet and forming a national network of Nazi cults.

You don't have to vet randos you meet at church. Maybe if some new guy shows up in town, okay. But he is explicitly talking about forming groups of people you meet on the internet, and claiming you can just have beers and pizza with them to make sure they're not feds, because the feds, according to him, are really stupid.

Meanwhile the feds were running the proud boys. That is 100% admitted. I don't even need to mention TRS (which the guys who published this article are associated with, which I don't also need to mention), because the feds were literally running the single biggest right-wing group in America.

The neo-Nazis (which this guy signals he is by making those revisionist documentaries his top concern) hate normal people, so they don't want to meet people at a church and get involved with the local community. They want a "red pilled" cult of people obsessed with Hitler, and as the article also says, they hate America and talk about how they hate America, which means no one from the local church is going to be interested in being involved with them anyway.

The answer to this right-wing meetup fiasco is to stop right-wing meetups. There is no way to beat the feds at this game. Especially not now that their budget is 1000x what it was pre-1/6.
 

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yeah great idea, let's form a neo-Nazi group based on the mafia
About the mafia, Cosa Nostra (Sicilian mafia) was taken down because the key people were psychopathic, two-faced weasels who lived by no code; 'Ndrangheta is successful today because of its members' loyalty - the higher echelons are all related by blood and it's more decentralised than the Sicilians. The Sicilians and Calabrians formed the mafia in the backcountry of Southern Italy; Northern Europeans just wouldn't understand what it's about.
 

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they hate America and talk about how they hate America, which means no one from the local church is going to be interested in being involved with them anyway.
As you have stated numerous times there is no winning solution outside of heritage americana optics. No one walking down the street flying a third reich flag is going to draw support to their cringe cause.

By joining churches and community outreach in rural areas it would reckon back to days long gone in American history.

Days when you had potlucks, gatherings celebrating births, mourning death and providing support, lending a helping hand during harvesting. Raising children together and being a community which is still attainable in small town America.

These are salt of the earth people who are anti immigration, anti abortion, pro God and have a deep love for their country and countrymen alike.

America has plenty of proud history to draw from. There is absolutely no need to regurgitate the third reich in the public square. The roots of patriotism and love of country run deep in rural fly over country.
 

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I guess I mistook the article to be along these same lines instead of seeing it as gathering of internet "friends" and forming a manerbund and risking fed swoops.
You weren’t the only one who took it that way. We are rural folks, so this type of stuff we do naturally. That’s why the article was in my opinion on first glance something I really enjoyed, because for the most part I’m already living it. I have my friends, we have our network.
 

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You weren’t the only one who took it that way. We are rural folks, so this type of stuff we do naturally. That’s why the article was in my opinion on first glance something I really enjoyed, because for the most part I’m already living it. I have my friends, we have our network.
Exactly. Upon first glance it appeared to be reinforcing whatbus ruralites come to naturally.

My IRL existence is greater than my online within my community with strong bonds with neighbors and church.

I imagine urban existence is another world entirely.
 

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Exactly. Upon first glance it appeared to be reinforcing whatbus ruralites come to naturally.

My IRL existence is greater than my online within my community with strong bonds with neighbors and church.

I imagine urban existence is another world entirely.
Urban existence is. I’ve lived in the big cities recently, and finding the stormer book club back there was a lifesaver for me. I got to IRL network and obtained literature on George Lincoln Rockwell. Met some good dudes. I’m glad the boss chimed in though, because he saw the post through an entirely different set of lenses, which likewise makes sense upon reading his comments.
 

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Urban existence is. I’ve lived in the big cities recently, and finding the stormer book club back there was a lifesaver for me. I got to IRL network and obtained literature on George Lincoln Rockwell. Met some good dudes. I’m glad the boss chimed in though, because he saw the post through an entirely different set of lenses, which likewise makes sense upon reading his comments.
100% makes sense now after reading it through his lense.
 

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About the mafia, Cosa Nostra (Sicilian mafia) was taken down because the key people were psychopathic, two-faced weasels who lived by no code; 'Ndrangheta is successful today because of its members' loyalty - the higher echelons are all related by blood and it's more decentralised than the Sicilians. The Sicilians and Calabrians formed the mafia in the backcountry of Southern Italy; Northern Europeans just wouldn't understand what it's about.
Well, there are all kinds of problems with this idiotic OP analogy, not least of which being that the Mafia was useful to the intelligence agencies.

When Hoover went up there and said "Costa Nostra doesn't exist," it wasn't because he just couldn't understand it, as the lying OP suggests.

Governments always cooperate with organized crime, and this is now all open and public. Look at the Bay of Pigs. This is all now totally declassified and public on the history channel.

The Mafia wasn't shut down because they were working with the intelligence agencies, and in particular the Democrat Party. They brought a lot to the table.

There is a lot more than is in this page, and the page doesn't even mention Cuba at all (which is the most obvious and well documented CIA-Mafia joint operation), but there is a wikipedia page called "Collaborations between the United States government and the Italian Mafia."


Do you think there is going to ever be a wikipedia page entitled "Collaborations between the United States government and neo-Nazi cults"?

If there will be such a page, it will not involve mutual benefit - it will involve the US government directly controlling these groups to use them for their own purposes, i.e., creating the fiascos at Charlottesville and the 1/6 riot.

Every aspect of this OP is so stupid that it is embarrassing to have to explain it. Every single premise here is poison, and it is all tied together with lies (deplatforming helped spread the message!) and framed around the stupid Mafia analogy, which falls apart after thinking about it for 1 second if you have any knowledge at all of the history of US intelligence or the Mafia.
 

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As you have stated numerous times there is no winning solution outside of heritage americana optics. No one walking down the street flying a third reich flag is going to draw support to their cringe cause.

By joining churches and community outreach in rural areas it would reckon back to days long gone in American history.

Days when you had potlucks, gatherings celebrating births, mourning death and providing support, lending a helping hand during harvesting. Raising children together and being a community which is still attainable in small town America.

These are salt of the earth people who are anti immigration, anti abortion, pro God and have a deep love for their country and countrymen alike.

America has plenty of proud history to draw from. There is absolutely no need to regurgitate the third reich in the public square. The roots of patriotism and love of country run deep in rural fly over country.
The OP, like all wignats, purposefully confuses the American Nation with the ZOG government. "ZOG" stands for "Zionist Occupation Government."

If you press people on this, they will start to use critical theory to tell you that actually, America isn't a nation and should be destroyed. They don't draw a differentiation between the people and ZOG, because they hate the American people, because the American people are not interested in 1930s Germany.

We've been through all this, over a period of years. Between the forum and the main page, I've written hundreds of thousands of words about it. It probably gets into the millions of words if I included letters and private messages. There is nothing good to be found in these fed-oriented groups.

Identity Dixie came from TRS. Obviously, I was also linked to TRS (not to the same extent, but let's just pretend it's equal), but I publicly disavowed them. That guy from ID came on this forum and it was like he'd been MK Ultra'd. He was speaking gibberish, and promoting sickening fatboy Parrot as having a master plan.

Again: that doesn't even matter, because this bullshit in the OP can be picked apart (as I've done here) on its merits. But this whole thing of "let's just go back one more time to check and see if there are any good bits in that pile of vomit" is pathological. Whether these people are feds or not, anyone telling you to form networks of people on the internet, telling you to "vet" people by having beers and pizza and then allow them into your secret Nazi group, is a dangerous lunatic.
 

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Exactly. Upon first glance it appeared to be reinforcing whatbus ruralites come to naturally.

My IRL existence is greater than my online within my community with strong bonds with neighbors and church.

I imagine urban existence is another world entirely.
But you didn't get alarm bells when the opening was that deplatforming has helped spread the message?

I mean, we know this is completely the opposite of the truth. Like an extreme opposite of the truth.

There could be a discussion about how people have been pushed toward right-wing populism by the extremism of the left, and that there are things to be excited about on that front. But claiming that more people than ever are finding the information - and crediting the censorship as responsible for that - is so stupid you would only say it if you were lying on purpose.

I run this site, and I'm not only aware of what has happened to my traffic as a result of being banned from Google, Facebook and Twitter, but I also use search engines all day long to find pieces of information I want to include. This article is talking about revisionist documentaries specifically - which again, using that as an example is telling in itself - but I try to find that stuff and can't. The only version of that clip from the Shoah Foundation of the Jews telling the truth about Auschwitz that I am able to find is an ultra low-res copy on Bitchute with hardcoded Greek subtitles taking up half the screen. As far as I'm able to tell, that low res greek subs version is the only one left on the internet.

The only copy of the full documentary it is from that I can find is on Internet Archive. It has 108 views. The YouTube version had millions of views.


Also, that one has hardcoded French subtitles. So if someone downloaded it and pulled the "telling the truth" clip, they could get slightly higher resolution (still not HD like the YT version), but they would still have annoying hardcoded subs.

If I put out the call, I'm sure someone has the original in HD saved. But just as a single example, this is what is going on with the revisionist documentaries, which he claims are being watched by more people than ever.

Here's another example: I can't find "One Third of the Holocaust" anywhere, at all.

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Again, it's probably somewhere, but the idea that it's easier than ever to find this information is stupid beyond the pale.

What is the point of lying about that?
 

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creating the fiascos at Charlottesville
Once word got out that the mayor was jewish, that's when we should've stopped any and all support for Charlottesville, Yet, at the time, basically all of us supported it. Hindsight is 20:20, but tactical mistakes, we'll never get back.

It really is sad that they got the whole world to hate us.
 

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Identity Dixie came from TRS.
Besides the belief that men should vet guys to start secret Nazi Clubs, these sorts also can't help stop worshipping vagina. When The Daily Shoah first got going, it was like listening to an edgier version of Opie and Anthony. Then, at some point they changed course and decided to be "edgy" Trad Cons and started telling men to get married. For the life of me, I can't remember the one guy with piercings and a shaved head that married a single mother. Morrakiu crying about that broad that left him was just pathetic. I've said this to you on a couple of occasions, you are one of the very few thought leaders in the Dissident Right who understands female nature.
 

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Whether these people are feds or not, anyone telling you to form networks of people on the internet, telling you to "vet" people by having beers and pizza and then allow them into your secret Nazi group, is a dangerous lunatic.
Just to add to this - how does the "just meet them and have pizza and make sure they're cool" jibe with the "run your organization like the Mafia" analogy?

Did the Mafia allow random people who contacted them anonymously to join their organization after talking to them over beers and pizza?

I don't think that's how they did it.

The Irishman was a disappointing film overall, but it did show the process that a guy went through to end up involved in high level Mafia operations. He had to kill people. Of course, with the Whitey Bulger thing, we found that the feds would let you kill dozens of people as an informant.

I don't think people understand what "RICO" is. It's a law that allows people to be charged with a crime they didn't commit because they were involved with an organization that committed crimes. The conspiracy charges that are being brought against proud boys and oath keeprs are very similar. You cannot form these groups.

The book clubs were only meant to be fun, casual, social things. Obviously, I regret that now, since Jayoh used it to get people involved in their cult. But what this OP is talking about is forming an organized network, which would be the easiest thing in the world to use RICO on.

I'm not even joking that if people want to join an organization, join the Confucius Institute and start spreading information about Jews. Obviously, there are intelligence risks there too, but not like a neo-Nazi parallel society cult where membership is based on being cool over beer and pizza.

However, the most logical thing is to move to a rural area, get involved with the church, keep self-contained in the community (i.e., don't coordinate over the internet). They can't RICO a small town with close community bonds. If it happens to be a small town on the border of two states, then probably be about a 1000x more careful. But most small towns are not on the border of two states.

Many people are already doing this, as I've described. I've already described it. We don't need neo-Nazi closed-circuit interstate commerce.
 

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Besides the belief that men should vet guys to start secret Nazi Clubs, these sorts also can't help stop worshipping vagina. When The Daily Shoah first got going, it was like listening to an edgier version of Opie and Anthony. Then, at some point they changed course and decided to be "edgy" Trad Cons and started telling men to get married. For the life of me, I can't remember the one guy with piercings and a shaved head that married a single mother. Morrakiu crying about that broad that left him was just pathetic. I've said this to you on a couple of occasions, you are one of the very few thought leaders in the Dissident Right who understands female nature.
Yeah, I don't know much about what their groups preach, actually, but I've heard it's highly vaginal.

Someone who tells people to marry single mothers is on par with someone who tortures cats.

In the small town situation, you can isolate women, and you might be able to pull something off. If you get involved in the church in a smart way, you can start talking about the damage cellphones are doing, and you can start pushing slut shaming and divorce shaming. If you're smart, you can end up basically being Colonel Kurtz in an American small town. It's very easy to get other men on-board with anti-feminism, especially if they have some life experience (which ironically, small town people are more likely to have).
 

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I don't think people understand what "RICO" is. It's a law that allows people to be charged with a crime they didn't commit because they were involved with an organization that committed crimes.
There was an infamous pornographer by the name of Ferris Alexander, that very few people outside of Minnesota know about. In the waning days of the Bush I Presidency, Ken Starr (the federal prosecutor) went after Alexander and his smut shops. All of his materials were legal, but the feds targeted him--using RICO. In part, as pay back to the Religious Right. That being said, they targeted Alexander because he was Lebanese and not Jewish-there aren't too many goys that owned Adult Bookstores back then.

Which brings me to the bigger point you made--people do not understand RICO.
 

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Yeah, I don't know much about what their groups preach, actually, but I've heard it's highly vaginal.

Someone who tells people to marry single mothers is on par with someone who tortures cats.

In the small town situation, you can isolate women, and you might be able to pull something off. If you get involved in the church in a smart way, you can start talking about the damage cellphones are doing, and you can start pushing slut shaming and divorce shaming. If you're smart, you can end up basically being Colonel Kurtz in an American small town. It's very easy to get other men on-board with anti-feminism, especially if they have some life experience (which ironically, small town people are more likely to have).
In looking back, so many of these "leaders" in the Dissident Right wanted to be stars. They wanted the attention and all the benefits that come along with that. They weren't willing to lay low, and just try to influence individuals on a small scale. You got the idea they were bummed out that they were too "edgy" for the mainstream Right, but were going to be big on the new Dissident Right. Too many of these guys were on a power trip.
 
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