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"Pretending that Charlottesville didn't massively push the average white person away is really stupid."

"We have a chance to actually make changes now that Trump has shifted the Overton [?] window to the right, but we need to be smart and make the movement appealing to the AVERAGE white person."

An online far-right thread titled "Fixing the Alt Right" delivers an important insight into the mind of the Nazis that gathered in Charlottesville. The post (partially quoted above) goes on to outline some suggestions for the alt-right/Nazi movement going forward, with regard to how they can maximise support from White people:



The crucial suggestion is to "keep the long-term goals covert... talking openly about an [sic] white ethnostate only leads to failure"; the suggestions amount to pretending to disavow Nazism because this "makes the average person hate you". Instead, they seek to sugar-coat their Nazism as a "populist movement" which "prioritises white immigration".

Pertinently, they themselves concede the accuracy of those of us that have called them out for what they are: Nazis. The post admits "leftists will recognise dog whistles and know we're crypto, but normies won't listen to them".

Now that we know their strategy, what can/should be done to prevent the spread of Nazism under the alt-right banner?
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(Original post by Palmyra)
"Pretending that Charlottesville didn't massively push the average white person away is really stupid."

"We have a chance to actually make changes now that Trump has shifted the Overton [?] window to the right, but we need to be smart and make the movement appealing to the AVERAGE white person."

An online far-right thread titled "Fixing the Alt Right" delivers an important insight into the mind of the Nazis that gathered in Charlottesville. The post (partially quoted above) goes on to outline some suggestions for the alt-right/Nazi movement going forward, with regard to how they can maximise support from White people:



The crucial suggestion is to "keep the long-term goals covert... talking openly about an [sic] white ethnostate only leads to failure"; the suggestions amount to pretending to disavow Nazism because this "makes the average person hate you". Instead, they seek to sugar-coat their Nazism as a "populist movement" which "prioritises white immigration".

Pertinently, they themselves concede the accuracy of those of us that have called them out for what they are: Nazis. The post admits "leftists will recognise dog whistles and know we're crypto, but normies won't listen to them".

Now that we know their strategy, what can/should be done to prevent the spread of Nazism under the alt-right banner?

In response to what should be done, Nothing. Nazism is not coming back
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Palmyra
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>he posts /pol/
/pol/ will die out in a few weeks. We're doing the biggest invasion ever. We're converting people into liking Islam, doxing alt-righters, etc.
The Daily Stormer is going to get mass ddos'd by Anonymous.

Oh my god, it's glorious. Can't wait to punch Nazis in real life.
Your previous posts:

Britain is an Orwellian-tier caliphate which weeds out "white supremacists" who don't want to see their country turned into Pakistan.
I live in Luton.
It's basically Pakistan 2.0.
Which Nazi tactic is it to troll/spam threads exposing your ilk? Worried people are finding you out and turning against your Nazi friends?
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(Original post by Palmyra)
Your previous posts:




Which Nazi tactic is it to troll/spam threads exposing your ilk? Worried people are finding you out and turning against your Nazi friends?
What?
Britain is becoming an Orwellian caliphate. Muslims are becoming the majority. How is anything bad out of that? I'm a Muslim myself lmao.
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In response to what should be done, Nothing. Nazism is not coming back
Hundreds of White supremacists chanting "blood and soil" and waving confederate flags and swastikas is what, exactly?

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David Duke at the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally:

We are determined to take our country back. We're going to fulfil the promises of Donald Trump. That's who we've believed in, that's why we voted for Donald Trump, because he said he's going to take our country back, and that's what we gotta do.
https://www.vox.com/2017/8/12/161383...david-duke-kkk
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What The Daily Stormer's audience thought of Trump's response to the terrorist attack:

Trump's comments were good... Also refused to answer a question about White Nationalists supporting him. No condemnation at all... Really, really good. God bless him.
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(Original post by Palmyra)
Hundreds of White supremacists chanting "blood and soil" and waving confederate flags and swastikas is what, exactly?

A really good portion of these people have always had this attitude, what I am saying is that dont expect next election that the Nazi party wins a majority. Actual Nazis are a very small minority with a rather loud and media drawing mob
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A really good portion of these people have always had this attitude, what I am saying is that dont expect next election that the Nazi party wins a majority. Actual Nazis are a very small minority with a rather loud and media drawing mob
Please read the OP again and once you have grasped the issue I will allow you the opportunity to revise your comments.
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Please read the OP again and once you have grasped the issue I will allow you the opportunity to revise your comments.
I have already read it and my point was just to ignore it and go about as normal since 99% of people are against Nazism it will never grow to become something actually important. and even if they use the idea of slowly radicalizing people 99% of people will not get fully lead into it. if someone told me they were for less immigration then I would agree but if the week later they said that England should be white only I would disagree and stop talking to them as would 99% of people.

There is nothing we need to do apart from what we are already doing.
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I am alt right. Many people in the alt right are going about things in the right way but I don't think that many of these Charlottesville protesters went about things in the right way. Violence and Nazi symbols is a Major turn off for the general public. They are toxic and a terrible PR image. The far-right should expect all people to subscribe to violence and Nazi symbols. It's just plain stupid. Also the media will only focus in on that and ignore all the normal people protesting against the white demographic eclipse.
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I am alt right. Many people in the alt right are going about things in the right way but I don't think that many of these Charlottesville protesters went about things in the right way. Violence and Nazi symbols is a Major turn off for the general public. They are toxic and a terrible PR image. The far-right should expect all people to subscribe to violence and Nazi symbols. It's just plain stupid. Also the media will only focus in on that and ignore all the normal people protesting against the white demographic eclipse.
Thank you for confirming everything I wrote in my OP, I guess.
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(Original post by AperfectBalance)
I have already read it and my point was just to ignore it and go about as normal since 99% of people are against Nazism it will never grow to become something actually important. and even if they use the idea of slowly radicalizing people 99% of people will not get fully lead into it. if someone told me they were for less immigration then I would agree but if the week later they said that England should be white only I would disagree and stop talking to them as would 99% of people.

There is nothing we need to do apart from what we are already doing.
By then it may be too late. Doing nothing is no longer a viable path forward. You can sit on the sidelines as the rest of us deal with the issue, though. You're welcome.
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"Cut off one head and two more shall take its place. Hail Hydra!"

IMO, we should keep denouncing these degenerates wherever we see them. Keep calling out their Nazism, subtle and explicit.
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(Original post by AperfectBalance)
A really good portion of these people have always had this attitude, what I am saying is that dont expect next election that the Nazi party wins a majority. Actual Nazis are a very small minority with a rather loud and media drawing mob
They may have always had this attitude, but they've never felt empowered to go out en masse and murder people. Trump changed that.
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The problem isn't nazism or communism as the two extreme sides would have you believe. In fact they have lots in common, a central tenet of both ideologies is collectivism, the pack mentality, us versus them.

Collectivism is a cancer that causes almost all problems and conflicts in society, and it is always us decent people, the Liberals and moderates in the middle who value people as individuals that lose.
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They may have always had this attitude, but they've never felt empowered to go out en masse and murder people. Trump changed that.
Ok so one Nazi went out and drove a car through people, when there are Nazi death squads actively going out and killing people they disagree with then there will be proper action. One act of violence does not equate to a mass movement to go and kill people.
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:lol:

You could just go on pol to see how they operate.

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The problem isn't nazism or communism as the two extreme sides would have you believe. In fact they have lots in common, a central tenet of both ideologies is collectivism, the pack mentality, us versus them.
The problem here is most definitely a resurgence in Nazism and your Trump-esque failure to pinpoint this says more about you than you would probably like to admit.
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