E Unibus Pluram
by Billy Roper
Whether it’s on the streets of our nation’s capitol, in your college classrooms, or in the office at work, many of us find ourselves outnumbered, every day. It’s true, thinking people in general are a minority of the population, and those who can both think AND have the courage to speak the truth they recognize are even more rare.
Blame it on our weakness, our Achillean altruism, or on lifetimes of public school government indoctrination center attendance, or on an enemy controlled news and entertainment media’s brainwashing machine. Blame it on whatever you like. Most of our people are cucked.
Being surrounded by zombie-like masses who go through life like ‘Idiocracy‘ extras, one can grow to envy the company, if not the quality, of their quantity. It’s tempting to wish for more people who had the same kind of vision for our people and our country which the Founding Fathers had, when they passed the Naturalization Act of 1790. It’s lonely at the top, evolutionarily speaking. Often, we wish that those who are our eighty percent friends, rather than our twenty percent enemies, were more unified. Infighting, purges, divisiveness, cue Reginald Denny.
With perspective, though, we recall the words of Samuel Adams and Adolf Hitler, one of whom said that the strongest man is strongest alone, and the other that it doesn’t require a majority to change history, just a tireless minority seeking to continually light brushfires in people’s minds. Can you tell one attributable from the other?
Thinning the herd is good and natural, especially when it means drawing hard lines and maintaining firm, principled standards. Remember that we’re not trying to amass an electoral majority, or even a conventional army, per se. To that end, keep in mind the book of Judges, Ch. 7. It was so important to God that the Israelites not take the glory of their victory as a sign of their own prowess, that He repeatedly kept paring the army down with tests. Sure, we might have a larger ‘movement’ if we welcomed former race traitors and homosexuals, or even civic-minded Asians and Jews, maybe, but we’d have given up all that we are, in the process. The Marines could have ten million he/she/its in uniform if they dropped all of their standards, too, but that wouldn’t give the U.S. a stronger army.
No, unity is vastly overrrated, and so are the weight of numbers. Don’t believe it? Just watch the weak, pathetic faggots and Commie kids pitching a fit over the inauguration next weekend, and see. They’re a broad coalition of weirdo fringe minority interests, all inclusive. If it came down to it, one real patriot with a single magazine change could clear out a solid block of them, and some day, that might happen. Until then, let’s keep our eyes on the prize, and not wish to be more like the enemy, in more ways than one.
Balkanization is coming. Hasten the day.