Radio Free Indiana: Practical Advocacy Strategies

November 17, 2010

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Matt Parrott explores practical advocacy strategies. Topics include:

  • Mainstreamers vs. Vanguarders;
  • Bob Whitaker’s “Mantra”;
  • Six Rules for White Advocacy;
  • Mainstream political influence.

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3 Responses to “Radio Free Indiana: Practical Advocacy Strategies”

  1. patthemick on November 18th, 2010 11:21 pm

    I think that we need to mainstream our message as a legitamite civil rights message. We aren’t going anywhere with an idea of secession.

  2. Ragnar on November 20th, 2010 8:58 am

    Mr. Parrott,

    You have done good work here in bringing the Mantra to your listeners.

    Thank you.

    patthemick ,

    Working for “civil rights” for Whites is not the answer. There are no rights in Nature. We are not asking our enemies to give us anything, we are going to take what we want – a White homeland. BE STRONG!

  3. Skeeter on November 24th, 2010 2:10 pm

    I enjoyed your analysis of mainstreamers vs. vanguarders and really liked your idea about a handbook that includes standard responses to standard objections when talking to “persuadables.”

    I think we have to pursue mainstream and vanguard strategies simultaneously and, like other movements in other parts of the world, have above-ground and underground wings. Each individual can contribute to the struggle based on what he or she is in a position to do. If one’s in a position to afford taking heat from the system, then by all means be as public and forceful as possible. If not, one has to find other ways to help.

    I have to disagree with an earlier comment on secession. I think it’s the way to go, but it will take a long time to build a parallel establishment of our own. VOR’s already building a parallel media, and that’s great. Once we also have a parallel government, academic and financial establishment we’ll be in position to transition to full self-determination. We have to turn our back on this society wherever we can, homeschool our children and build offline, real-time social networks to rebuild and reunite our divided people. Some of the churches might be a good way to do this, but then there’s the divisive problem of Christianity in the movement.

    Secession has to start at the individual level and then progress to the level of families, tribes and race. I agree that until we can have our own independent formal state somewhere in the continental U.S. we have to pursue formal white advocacy.