—“I’m saying you need to have a coherent message that will appeal to our target audience. You also need to explain the core concepts of proletarianism in simple language (it’s not hard, I’ve done it before) and post it on your YouTube and Facebook. We need to spread the message fast before the civil war, we don’t have much time: four more years at most. Maybe you’ll surprise me, but you’ve proven yourself incapable of doing that. If you can’t find someone like John mark, then this movement is dead”— .@Jaesun Jones
Propertarianism will live forever and be successful forever just like calculus was successful forever. And it’s my legacy. If my legacy can’t also be a paraticipant in succeeding in saving my people from certain conquest and destruction then so be it.
I started P as an intellectual project. It was terribly successful. More than I could have imagined. John came along and suggested we could use the civil war momentum to make our solutions popular, and convert the ”agitated right’ into a meaningful political force.
It was a reach. A stretch. And a risk. It was an attempt to repeat the work of the founders who were not ‘peasants’ by motivating the ‘peasants”. We spent 18 months on it. We drew attention. Even such we ended up with 100k subs, not 1m. And not enough income to make it possible for full-time activism. And that meant john had to stay behind the mask. So I stepped up because of the timing, and the peasantry turned on us over optics where I’d made the right strategic call.
So I mean, shame on me for having higher expectations of the conservative proletariat. Shame on me for not going public with the strategy in advance, and spending six months having john prepare them. But we didn’t have time. Even such, I mean, what do you do when you discover your target audience is angry, cowardly, whiny, bitches that just want to see better men get into fistfights so that they can live vicariously through them while taking none of the risk and responsibility?
So you know, it doesn’t matter if I know how to win. It doesn’t matter if we have the best possible strategy and the best possible solution. It doesn’t matter if we can only use social media to reach incel, rage-boys, that sh-t on everything that isn’t schoolyard violence. In other words, it doesn’t matter if the people we’re trying to save are no longer of sufficient character to call european, to call Christian, or to even show up.
You know, while I love what I do, I spent my adult life on this work this for the love of my people. But in July I had exposure to our people – and most of them are no better than, and more cowardly than, BLM and ANTIFA – they just have opposite goals. And because of that, I’ve lost faith in them as well as much of my love for them.
So, while I want a little more emotional distance, at present I’m continuously torn between giving it another go, trying to win despite the morons, and just going back to working on the institute, education, and intellectual products with my ‘smart guys’ in the (near zero) hope that leadership will somehow emerge from somewhere to lead the morons to something other than failure.
And what I think is in my interest, and my fellow thinkers’ interests, is to keep as much distance between the online community as possible because it’s an infectious disease that ruins everything it touches. For purely selfish reasons I might give it another try with the next few episodes of The Choice. And I’ll see how that goes. But at present, I sort of feel like whites deserve what they get. And that the anal leakage that’s the remains of the alt-right is more important to separate from than the left.