by Billy Roper

One of the challenges we face as activists is seeing the world as the mainstream, normies, see it, so we can reboot from time to time and still appeal to them in a relevant manner. We all develop tunnel vision, perspectival blindness defined by our position on the inside of a somewhat fringe social movement. Like the Scottish poet said long ago, the gift to see ourselves, the far right, as others see us, is a blessing at times.

While I might not agree with the expressed opinion of all of the self-defined “Christian Conservatives” who listed which organizations were most effective at engineering cultural change on their side of the political divide, that’s probably because I don’t self-define in that category. Still, it’s interesting to look at who this extremely large and powerful block, consisting of millions of White Americans, consider to be leading their pack when it comes to fighting the political and cultural stage of the war. Now, if they could just see themselves as we see them, and make that simple break from Judeophilism which would bring most of them fully over to our side, we’d be cool.

I think that can and will happen to a large degree, if instead of being hostile to mainstream Christianity without provocation, that is, when they aren’t being open cucks, we reach out to them with a true alternative. Not Creativity or Paganism or Atheism, but rather a racially positive Christianity, as the faith used to be, and as some denominations of it, such as Christian Identity, have always remained.

Here’s the list of which of their groups they feel are the most effective. Let’s look at which of these we can move within to most easily to reach out to them. The Tea Party? The NRA? The National Right to Life Association? Seek out those leading activists for these causes in your area, get to know them, and let them get to know you. Become a person of influence in your community. That’s what The ShieldWall Network is all about: humanizing, normalizing, and mainstreaming ourselves and our worldviews, and making the connections to bring them to fruition first locally, then racially.

A storm is coming. When it does, we want to have as many resources, skill sets, and local infrastructures available to us as possible. The war will not be short, or pretty. It will be won one place at a time, in one small town and one county at the time, by those who are most ready for it when the storm comes. Our job is to build those bridges now, sharpen our swords, and prepare to throw away the scabbard.