The Big Picture by Billy Roper
Billy Roper is a well respected author of both fiction and non fiction works, with a specialty in White Nationalist fiction. Mr. Roper has written some amazing books and his latest release in no exception. The Big Picture is a White Nationalist philosophical treatise that boils down our positions and what we stand for, in a concise and intelligible read. The enemies of White Nationalism have attacked and maligned the movement for decades, but now with the release of this book, the inquisitive reader is provided with some clarity on what we want and who we are.
Billy Roper has been working on behalf of our people for decades and has written over a dozen books pertaining to our White European people. Some of his books have been meant to entertain our people, but they all share the common purpose of educating the reader. The author has written an autobiographical account entitled, The Ice Path: The Way Forward, but his most recent release is a much more eye-opening and intimate account. The Big Picture is Mr. Roper’s magnum opus in my opinion, and likely to be the book he is remembered for long after he is gone.
The year of 2016 has been a very momentous year for the Alt-Right, as well as the White Nationalist movement. We have recently seen the rise of the Alt-Right and the concomitant ascendancy of President-elect Donald J. Trump. In The Big Picture, the author outlines the pivotal role that the White Nationalist movement has played in enabling the Alt-Right to flourish and become the phenomenon that it is enjoying today. The author describes his role along with other White Nationalists as a ‘radical flank-effect’ in which, he and others push the envelope further to the right, enabling the more moderate Alt-Right to shift rightward; in effect giving them adequate wiggle room. This is known as shifting the ‘Overton Window’—a theory that asserts there is a window of acceptable political ideas and discourse that the masses are subject to, and it can in turn be shifted to the right or the left. Billy Roper does a great job defining what the ‘Overton Window’ is and how we can shift it in our favor.
The Big Picture was written to give a clear idea of who we are, and perhaps can be used as instructional material to the future leaders of our movement. The author tackles all the big questions and contentious topics dealing with race and religion—that the Jewish power structure says we must never address. Billy Roper is a dual-seedline Christian Identist, but he does not use his book as a medium for proselytizing the reader; he simply lays our his reasoning for what and why he believes and leaves it up to the reader. The author asserts that since most of our potential adherents are at least nominally Christian, the next logical step is to educate them on their true Christian Identity. I have long felt that religion and spirituality is a personal journey that each individual must go on alone; for this reason I have not wrote much about religion, but perhaps I will at an older age when my opinions are more rigid. I currently consider myself a deist, but who knows what my future may hold.
The Big Picture feels as though the author had been at work writing this book for years, fine tuning it until he came up with the perfect sequence of words and amount of pages. This book is only about 130 pages long, but it is very thought provoking and inspiring. I have read plenty of 500–1000 pages White Nationalist tomes that were very arduous and tedious, but this book said it all in a succinct and edifying manner. This is the most important book I had read in 2016; and if I could recommend only one book for a fellow traveler to read, it would be this book. If you want to understand the new political climate in 2016–2017 this book should be required reading. After reading this book you will have a very clear perception of what the Alt-Right and White Nationalism stand for and the role that they are currently playing in politics—without the Jewish media obfuscation. I highly recommend this book to long-time White Nationalists, as well as neophytes, and anyone who is curious about the movement. Make sure to look out for Pepe on the back cover.
A link to the Amazon listing for ‘The Big Picture’, including other reader reviews and ordering information, HERE.
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