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Old October 22nd, 2015 #1
Sam Emerson
Diversity = White Genocide
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Sam Emerson
Default Toward the Tipping Point: Making Our Ideas Viral

Greg Johnson

Author’s Note:

The following text is the transcription by V.S. of a talk I gave in Stockholm on September 26th.

I feel a little awkward and nervous today, because I made the mistake of ignoring the warnings about Swedish coffee. I thought that I liked strong coffee and that it would be nothing. I feel like I’ve taken on a little too much caffeine, so you’ll just have to forgive me.

I want to thank you all for being here. I want to thank Frodi. I want to thank Daniel Höglund and Logik Förlag. I feel humbled that there’s a room full of people who are coming out to listen to me speak to them in a foreign language, or a language that is foreign to most of you. It’s something I couldn’t do myself.

The talk I am going to give today is called “Toward the Tipping Point” and it’s the base of a chapter for a book that I’m working on that addresses a need that Matt Tait was discussing, which is a book called The White Nationalist Manifesto. I have an outline of a book of about 30,000 words. Basically ten short chapters, so it would be about 100 pages in length. It’s my attempt to put our ideas in the simplest possible way that could be used as a kind of catechism, if you will, for people who want to come up with a set of basic convincing arguments for racial nationalism.

One of the questions that always gets addressed, whenever I talk to people long enough, is they’ll get a little impatient, and they’ll say, “Well, these foundational ideas are all well and good, but how do we get from an intellectual understanding of the foundations of racialist politics to actually gaining political influence and political power? How does that work? How does that take place?”

The answer is that there are two ways that we can look at being a dissident in society. One way is that we can assume that we are essentially alone. We’re just a small band of people, and our task is to persuade everybody of a whole raft of extremely shocking ideas, ideas that are shocking, ideas that are stigmatized, ideas that they’ve never been exposed to, and if they have been exposed to them they’ve been exposed to them by their enemies. When enemies present our ideas they can put a negative spin on them. When you envision that educational project it becomes very, very daunting. How do we change the way that our whole society thinks?

But there’s another way of looking at dissent, and I think it’s actually more accurate, and I think it’s actually more encouraging. That’s as follows: instead of feeling that all of history is against us and that we have to, like Archimedes, find a lever and a place to stand and shift the whole world to our position, I think we need to recognize that since our views are based on who we are, being authentic to who we are, and responding authentically to objective reality, that pretty much everybody in our societies is capable of believing what we do, and it’s not so much a task of stuffing them full of a lot of information as it’s going to be a task of getting them to own up to certain things that they already know, getting them to be honest about who they are, and honest about reality as it confronts us. Because who we are and the events around us argue for our position, and this little group of dissidents in this room, we should think of ourselves as just the first people to become aware of this.

We’re at the leading edge of a great storm. There’s a historical force that’s building behind us, and we are the ones who have become aware of it first, and that means that there will be many people following along. There are many people who are observing the same things, and deep down inside they are not comfortable with multiculturalism; they’re not comfortable with self-abasement; they’re not comfortable with parasitism. They’re not comfortable with these things. They feel somewhat inarticulate, somewhat intimidated. They don’t know quite how to articulate their feelings, and if they do know how to articulate them they are intimidated because the enemy, who controls our educational system, our political system, the media, and so forth, is working overtime to intimidate people and suppress these ideas.

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