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posted ago by MargarineMongoose ago by MargarineMongoose +35 / -0

We need messaging to counter what the left has inundated our society with for generations.

I've been mulling this over for a little while and I think I've got something that could work. Campaigns like "It's Ok to be White" and "Islam is right about women" were extremely effective because of their simplicity and directness. They grabbed the attention of both sides and caused the media to go into a small panic. We're not equipped to make a long multi-generational march through the institutions and even if we were we don't have the luxury of time. To that end we need to continue adopting simple and effective messaging. I think if we boil everything down to what it is we need to instill in society to combat the poison we are currently afflicted with, then we arrive at this simple message:

Become strong.

I think a great many people have never even had this simple bit of advice leveled at them, and for a large enough section of the population it could be enough to push them onto a better life path. The left and its allure comes from a place of being weak and envious, how better to combat that than to create strong and healthy people? Honestly I think a good application of sticker/flyer vandalism with this messaging across the whole of western society could do a world of good. You'd see all the power brokers and their henchmen hemming and hawing about how it's some evil group perpetrating some sort of hate. It'd cause some people to second guess their programming and even the ones who weren't submerged will get that positive messaging directing them toward a better life, which strengthens our position by denying the left potential converts.

It also serves to put people into a mindset of perseverance rather than the abject fear gripping the world at the moment.

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Smith1980 14 points ago +14 / -0

I think we need to reboot the phrase “life isn’t always fair”. A simple lesson that a lot of young ppl are not taught. I used to get sick of hearing that growing up.

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TerpenoidTester 8 points ago +8 / -0

That saying used to work, we need something more accurate now.

"You eat what you kill, or you starve in the gutter."

"Assume there is no easy path and the only victory can be through sheer effort."

"Luck is for the weak willed and empty minded."

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Smith1980 5 points ago +5 / -0

All great sayings

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ArryPalma 1 point ago +1 / -0

"Shit in one hand, wish in the other, and see which one fills up first"

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lgbtqwtfbbq 8 points ago +9 / -1

I'd probably say "Become Worthy" is better. Worthy of respect, rule, whatever. Right now the right isn't: it's just fighting to defend whatever the left fought for 10 years ago. Or what the left wants right now, except they want giant companies to provide it instead of the giant government. And the left knows this, which is why it doesn't respect the right. And it probably shouldn't.

Who do we on the right mock? We mock unhealthy people in charge of health, people who've never won a war in charge of armies, and "leaders" who cower at the sight of the people they lead showing up at their doorstep. They aren't worthy of their station, and it's obvious. But are we a more worthy alternative? Not at the moment.

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MargarineMongoose [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

While it might be more apt, it's less effective because "worthy" is a more abstract and nebulous concept. You want a message that doesn't require people to have to think.

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Tourgen 4 points ago +4 / -0

Eat animal fats, meat, and some vegetables. Avoid all vegetable oils, most beans, most nuts, and most importantly all sugars and processed carbs.

Lift heavy things 3x a week for about 20mins each, hopefully to or near muscle failure. Start slow for 4-5 weeks tho if your new. Do compound muscle group lifts, never isolation lifts. Maybe look up 5x5. Get your form right and get someone trained to check your form before you go heavy.

Get at least 20 mins of unfiltered sunlight a day.

Yes I agree we should tell young men to get strong and fit. With this comes more normal T levels, confidence, and a respect for yourself. Doing this is the first step in taking responsibility for your life. It’s your life. It’s no one else’s. You are completely responsible for it and no one but you will ever really care about it.

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TheImpossible1 4 points ago +6 / -2

Can we do "The Future Isn't Female" please?

It won't work, but maybe it'll make some of them angry. That'd make me laugh.


I like the idea for the psychological value, but I don't see how it helps in a political sense. It seems like the same kind of empty messaging that you'd find in a motivational quote off Facebook.

The reason those two worked were because they hit a major nerve and couldn't be simply waved away.

Islam is right about women is the perfect catch-22. You're either Islamophobic or "misogynistic".

It's okay to be white was Lauren Southern's grift and she just revealed her true colors. That said, it worked because it revealed the hatred. They tried to get around it by labeling it a dogwhistle but that just made everyone more confused.

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MargarineMongoose [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

Politics flow from your situation in life. If you're strong and capable, you have no need for the venomous political machinations of the left, because you're perfectly capable of achieving success and prosperity through your own efforts.

Indeed, it is the psychological shift that such a message would bring that is my reason for proffering this idea. I want to see my society shift from one filled with cowards, failures and the envious, to one that is characterized by courage, health, prosperity and genuine compassion. Becoming strong is the simplest messaging I can think of that would move us in that direction and I know for a fact that it is a message many in our world no longer hear from their elders or their peers.