FolkishFryea wrote: ↑
Mon Jun 06, 2022 9:35 pm
Hello there, I would like to help out our fellow White folk. This means starting a conversation or maneuvering a conversation toward Race consciousness.
What are some ways I can "feel out" a person about their views? Have you noticed a certain approach works better than others? What has worked for you?
Any ideas are greatly appreciated,
let's find our folk!
Unless the person with whom you are conversing is either a low IQ negro (and I make a habit of not ever conversing with subhuman negroes); a narrow-shouldered, faggoty, effeminate member of Antifa; or a card-carrying communist, almost any conversation has the potential to lead to possible recruitment. This fact is compounded by the racially-incendiary society in which we now live.
Underneath people's outer, protective skin of "cuckism," you'll find many White people who are at least a bit racially-conscious and who are only too willing to discuss the sometimes taboo subjects of race and White racial pride.
For example, the woman who cuts my hair--what little I have left--is quite the conversationalist, although not usually about the taboo subjects of race and White racial pride.
One day, after she completed my haircut, we were discussing the totally innocuous subject of ophthalmologists. I suggested she see mine, and she refused, stating she had visited him in the past and because his waiting room is always filled-to-overflowing, she would never book another appointment with him.
She told me that, in the past, she had driven to Chattanooga, Tennessee, for her eye examinations--a distance of 95 miles--but she now she refused to drive through that city. Bingo! My racially-conscious antenna went into the "UP" position. I was almost 100% certain I knew, exactly, why she would no longer drive through Chattanooga--a one-time wonderful medium-sized city that had fallen victim to the scourge of the cannibalistic nigger, a disease that has spread throughout America's large and medium-sized cities like the Bubonic Plague.
So, I queried her, even though I was fairly confident that I already knew the answer. She blurted out: "I'm not driving through that goddamn ghetto full of niggers in Chattanooga; I'm scared to death of breaking down in that damn ghetto." While I thought I might have a reasonably good suspicion about the subject matter, even I was taken aback by the bluntness of her answer.
So, I said: "Wow, Lydia; that is quite a bold statement. I never expected you to be so blunt. I'll let you in on a bit of a secret: I'm a pro-White activist--some people call me a White Nationalist, and even more people call me a White Supremacist--and I'm a member of two organizations that are fighting for the survival, redemption, and advancement of the White race."
Her eyes opened wide, a big grin appeared, and she said: "Well please tell me more, Nick." So I did--I told her "just enough" about the National Alliance to whet her appetite. One thing led to another; our "short conversation" eventually lasted over 50 minutes.
This short real-world conversation I just covered is just one of countless I've had the honor and pleasure of being involved. Since my life's mission is pro-White activism I never get involved in a conversation without having at least a small bit of an "ulterior motive" in the back of my mind, which is to discuss the perilous state of the White race and how we racially-conscious Whites have a responsibility to our race, our ancestors, our progeny, our families, ourselves, and the National Alliance to do everything possible to save our White race and to restore it to its rightful place as the greatest race ever in the long recorded history of mankind.
In these spontaneous, open-ended conversations, I've found the best success in discussing race and pro-White activism is to allow the person with whom I'm conversing to actually lead the conversation. That accomplishes several things: 1.) it allows the other person to release pent-up frustration; 2.) it shows the other person you respect him/her, and you also respect his/her point(s) of view(s) and opinion(s); 3.) it builds a comfort level and camaraderie with the other person; and 4.) very often, the person will actually begin to confide in you--after all, race, "racism," and pro-White activism is a difficult subject for some to discuss.
While obviously not every conversation reaps dividends, most will actually get the other person thinking about what we've discussed, and especially the fact that if racially-conscious Whites don't take a pro-active stance for our race and increase our numbers, our perilous situation will only compound itself. We cannot allow that to happen; we have a mission to accomplish, regardless of the challenges and dangers.
Any White person who can see the threat to the future of the White race today and who refuses, whether from cowardice or selfishness, to stand up for his/her people does not deserve to be counted among them.