Forming Real-Life Alt-Right Groups

The time has come for the Alt-Right to begin manifesting more in day-to-day life, outside of the Internet. I offer a simple method for doing this.

  1. Meet people and form a small group. Fewer than ten people, preferably fewer than five.
  2. At least one person should naturally take a leading role. Don’t draw straws or vote for that person. Just follow the direction of whichever person has natural leadership skills. It should be obvious.
  3. If two people are competing to be leaders, go ahead and split up the group. If nobody is a good leader, find one.

Don’t be shy about splitting the group. The alt-right is decentralized and works in synchrony without formal organization, so we don’t need huge organizations. We don’t elect people democratically or pick at random, but defer to whoever has the best argument and the best skill set for the task. Remember, ten groups of four people, each one acting cohesively, is a better arrangement than one group of forty people fraught with endless bickering.

(Astute readers will already notice how the smaller alt-right groups reflect our social ideology in miniature)

Some ideas for activism:

  1. Putting fliers everywhere. We need an online compendium of these, or several compendia.
  2. Reporting crimes, especially politically-motivated ones.
  3. Over the next year or so (possibly sooner), we will begin to see anti-fascist activism, and a general increase in leftist violence. We’re not the police, but we have certain rights as citizens that allow us to protect people from violent protests. 10 hours of argument with a normie does less to redpill him than one instance of defending his livelihood (e.g. in the case of antifa attacking small businesses for alleged “racism”).
  4. Stumping for candidates favorable to alt-right ideas, esp. in terms of convincing cuckservatives to vote for them. If the Republican party begins losing local election to independents who are farther right than is currently tasteful, they’ll see the writing on the wall.
  5. Orchestrating movements normies and alt-righters alike to put pressure on the current Republican monopoly to enact sensible policies.

2 thoughts on “Forming Real-Life Alt-Right Groups

  1. Groups are a leftist sort of thing, wouldn’t you say?
    I know everybody is used to doing what everybody else seems to do, but joining groups is one of those things that bears some closer investigation.
    Perhaps a very loose group, done in ways not seen before…


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