We're In A J.A.M.!
(Jew Awareness Month Posting)
by Val Koinen
December 18, 2013
Here is an insightful, thought-provoking, and potentially very important article I came across this morning:
'The Psychology of Conversion' by Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents Publishing
I don't know if the central theme of this well-written article -- the importance of explaining and stressing the importance of our positions along with providing information -- is the critical answer to our main problem of moving more of our people toward our White Nationalist viewpoints and steering them toward constructive activism. But I have no doubt whatsoever that the concept is valid, and that its more diligent application could well lead to a greatly improved rate of success in those efforts.
Privately, deep down, most of our people are probably already aware of the basic facts and share many of our beliefs. But they have been brainwashed all their lives, by their parents, schools, churches, the news and entertainment media, and government to turn their backs to, and their minds against, their own racial interests. And to the obvious truth of Jewish involvement in shaping their opinions of such things as racial differences and awareness, the greatness and goodness of their own people, the fallacies of diversity and multiculturalism, the lethal foolishness of massive non-White immigration, the reality of historical events, and the wrongheadedness of waging war on behalf of Israel.
We have the facts. We have the truth. As the article suggests, the key to getting the attention of more people -- waking them up, as it were, and convincing them that it is alright to speak up for their racial interests -- might well lie in helping them to realize how vitally important all the good information and indisputable truths about our situation are to their own self interests, beliefs, morals, and values.
Now of course, we all do that to some extent already. So the message here might just be that we should do it more, more often, and in more effective or convincing ways. Maybe we just need to concentrate and focus on that part of our communications a little more -- explaining how important our information is to our listeners and readers: to their daily lives, their families, their safety and prosperity, their orderly Eurocentric society, their country, and their very survival.