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Gefjon
Thursday, January 10th, 2008, 05:57 PM
So, I was wondering... how important do you think eActivism is? Are you involved in eActivism? Do you own a site that promotes the cause of [whatever you believe in] or are you a member of such a site? Of course, eActivism isn't enough by itself, think we can all agree on that, but do you think eActivism accomplishes something if anything? :confused:

Red Skull
Thursday, January 10th, 2008, 06:06 PM
eActivism is a good idea, and has freed many minds, so to speak. But to further the cause, be it pro-Germanic, pro-White, pro-NS, etc., we must be active in all fields! The streets, Internet, radio, and hopefully in the future, television, newspapers, and so on.

Hermelin
Thursday, January 10th, 2008, 06:36 PM
So, I was wondering... how important do you think eActivism is? Are you involved in eActivism? Do you own a site that promotes the cause of [whatever you believe in] or are you a member of such a site? Of course, eActivism isn't enough by itself, think we can all agree on that, but do you think eActivism accomplishes something if anything? :confused:

The most basic purpose and accomplishment of eActivism, as you call it, is to raise awareness that one is not alone in their beliefs, and to promote networking among like-minded people.
I have been involved in such a project, and I expect to become involved in a similar project again some time in the future.

Talan
Thursday, January 10th, 2008, 06:40 PM
I'm involved in politics, but am targeting the baby boomer generation, so I avoid eActivism. Indeed, I make an effort to appropriate the corporate language and models which they've grown used to in the media environment. To paraphrase Mustapha Khayati, since the Reagon/Fraser/Thatcher years there has been so much excessive emphasis upon 'choice' and 'the public' that by creating a platform which fits the approved mannerisms, legalisms and cultural customs we reveal their absurdity.

Northern Paladin
Thursday, January 10th, 2008, 06:43 PM
I'm involved in politics, but am targeting the baby boomer generation, so I avoid eActivism. Indeed, I make an effort to appropriate the corporate language and models which they've grown used to in the media environment. To paraphrase Mustapha Khayati, since the Reagon/Fraser/Thatcher years there has been so much excessive emphasis placed upon 'choice' and 'the public' that by creating a platform which fits the approved mannerisms, legalisms and cultural customs we reveal their absurdity.

A lot of times eActivism amounts to alot of talk and thumb tweddling and of course there is the inevitable "I need 50 bucks from each of you to start a White Colony" It will be our last hope, and the likes.

The real activists who are making a difference are the every day mom and pops who choose to have a large family, despite the financial burden. The White man who refuses the high paying Job because it goes against the interests of his race. Those are your real Activists and they are few and far between.

Siebenbürgerin
Saturday, March 22nd, 2008, 12:39 AM
I think online Activism is fruitful if it has some effects in your real Life. Does it help change the People around you or the people you are in Contact with? For me the Internet is important because it is a Tool of Contact with Germans. We Transylvanian Saxons correspond with the Germans in the Federal Republic through this Means. I think a Website like this could do Changes because it can reach out to many People throughout the World. From this Angle it can do much more than a Leaflet or Booklet you distribute in your City or Village. But it's not enough. Because the Culture and Heritage of your Ancestors can only be preserved by having Children. I think having Children is the most important kind of "Activism".

Sól
Thursday, November 5th, 2009, 10:26 AM
I think eActivism is great because it reaches out to people all over the world, but I agree activism must be present in all fields. both locally and internationally, in other words.

uppvaknad
Thursday, November 5th, 2009, 10:42 AM
E activism is good, but it should not be our main focus. We should focus on building political parties.

I post on forums.

Witta
Thursday, September 9th, 2010, 01:36 AM
For example, do you introduce racial topics onto non racial forums? Do you post comments on newspaper websites? Post regularly on Usenet? Comment on Youtube videos?

I personally have built up a politics folder on my hard drive with hundreds of saved propaganda pictures I can link to and ready made word documents of good arguments, forum posts, YouTube comments and Usenet threads. That way I can cut and paste messages, it's quicker. If I want a picture to illustrate a post I can quickly dip into my pictures folder which has sub folders like race-mixing, banking, mass media etc and upload it to imageshack.

Dropkick
Thursday, September 9th, 2010, 01:46 AM
Yeah I have. Met some resistance but its always by a few angry people. In fact you'll notice that they start off trying to ridicule you and when that fails and you're making more sense than them the insults start then. :D

Dirigible
Thursday, September 9th, 2010, 06:19 AM
I enjoy a good political argument on the internet from to time. Whether or not I've convinced anyone I don't know, but I've certainly made a few people think.

Witta
Saturday, September 11th, 2010, 09:12 AM
I can't emphasise this enough - if you see a great article or post on a racialist site, cut and paste it into a word document, save it and post it on other relevant, non racialist forums. Water down some of the more racist speech if you have to first.

If everyone got the interests of one person who read such posts the movement would double in size.

Florian Geyer
Saturday, September 11th, 2010, 09:32 AM
I love to post in the comments section of Daily Mail Online articles and on the BBC news section. The trouble is, it is getting harder and harder for my posts to be published. For instance, I posted the establish facts and anomalies about the death of Himmler on a ridiculous article with details written by a former British soldier that could not possibly be true. What was written had to be lies but my measured, informative post was not published. Comments that were approved for publishing were those such as "I hope Himmler rots in hell" etc. Lowest common denominator comments that in no way contributed to the article - though that is hardly surprising.

VitkiValkyrie
Saturday, September 11th, 2010, 10:57 AM
I post comments on forums to highlight the uncivilised ways of racial others and the fact that black and whites are separate species. However, my posts are often deleted by moderators while white guilt posts, and posts advocating violence against whites, are approved. Sometimes i think i am fighting a losing battle, but i shall never stop fighting for my people.

flâneur
Saturday, September 11th, 2010, 11:14 AM
I wrote a reply once on the bbc news site.
The reply was taken down and i was banned,under where my post had been was written.

"Racist post deleted"

I had stated in reply to an article about the holocaust that you can ask anyone in Europe (and the US for that matter) how many jews died in WWII and they will snap back parrot-like with the answer 6,000,000,straight away.
If you then ask them how many of their fellow countrymen died during the conflict you will just get a blank stare.
Ask the question in Britain,Germany,France,Norway,Denmark etc etc and the blank stare will be the same.
I asked the bbc online posters if in their opinion this was a satisfactory state of affairs,and did they agree that the history of WWII was being monopolized by a small minority.

Witta
Saturday, September 11th, 2010, 11:24 AM
The first time you post such stuff on a forum it may shocked and you might get banned. The second time you register it might last a while longer. Eventually the forum isn't shocked by racialism anymore because they are used to seeing it. So don't be put off the first few times.

Plantagenet
Saturday, September 11th, 2010, 06:07 PM
Most forums or websites on which you post something dealing with our general message here will be met with hostility and even result in your being banned. Another common case is people burying their heads in the sand; no matter what evidence or information you give them, they simply dismiss anyone who conflicts with their television-prescribed politically correct word-view as a racist anti-Semite and any info you give must certainly be biased or even outright lies.

I find that an interesting type of website to spread your views are ones like 4chan, not because of the content of sites like 4chan (certain sections of that website are filled to the brim with depravity and abhorrent imagery), but because of anonymity, there are no users to ban. Aside from this, it is quite the popular website and many young folks go there, and there are a decent number of people posting there who share similar ideas as people on forums like this one. I have even seen cases on 4chan where people have claimed their eyes were opened to the truth where they had previously been closed. This coupled the ability to post images without any fear of being banned makes it a primo choice, if one can sift through all the sophomoric humor (it's definitely not a website centered around intellectual debate).