I wrote a year ago how the taking the red pill is another false choice like the blue pill. Stay clear of drugs. Recently it’s become even more obvious to me how right I was.
When I listened to the interview of Reactionary Jew on Radio 3Fourteen a few weeks ago, the most annoying thing about the whole interview is how the Reactionary Jew over-used the term red pill. Him, and many other Alt-Righters use it as if once you are “red pilled” you know everything. There is no longer need for you to look into matters further. You don’t need to think or question anymore. You are red pilled.
I can accept people using the term red pilled in the sense that you are red pilled on an issue, such as being red pilled on 9/11. You understand that the official story doesn’t make sense, building 7 fell down even though no plane hit it and so forth, but it does not mean you know everything about 9/11. But this isn’t how most people use the term nowadays.
I’ve been reading people’s comments on the Mike Enoch doxing and his leftist faghag Jew-wife. Some of his fans and supporters try to excuse the fact that this supposed “neo-Nazi” White Nationalist who pretended to hate Jews was married to one since Mike Enoch supposedly red pilled so many people and brought them into the movement? What does red pilling then even mean? Enoch tells his followers about the duplicity of the Jews, turns them against the Jews, but when it’s found out Enoch is literally and figuratively in bed with Jews they say it doesn’t matter? It just means the red pill is worthless. Enoch’s followers learned nothing. All they got is a celebrity to fawn over. Additionally, since the Alt-Righters seem to be only concerned with bringing more people to their movement, instead of making sure they have decent and trustworthy people, it’s a clear sign that they only care about quantity, not quality. The Alt-Right is not a political movement. It is a gentleman’s club where pretentious dilettantes just want to hold glasses of wine in their hand while they discuss their hobbies and other trivial matters. Their precious 14 words, “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”, are nothing but a fashion statement. The same as far-left SJWs who sit in Starbucks tweeting on their i-Pads how capitalism is bad.
Enoch’s defenders also say that Enoch “has done so much for the movement”. As someone who is not well-versed in Mike Enoch’s accomplishments I wonder what he has actually done? I’ve seen people claim he has red pilled people, but so far I haven’t seen a single example of any great insight he has had. No philosophical breakthrough or a strategic maneuver that has benefited the White Nationalist cause in a practical way. Maybe he has done some of that, but based on what I’ve seen he has merely entertained people. He’s been witty, funny and pleasant to listen to, for some people. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it hardly makes him an integral part of any actual political movement.
The whole of Alt-Right is just another drug to distract you from the drudgery of everyday life. Some people get fed up with the blue pill of being an ordinary consumer with a 9-to-5 job and believing everything the TV says. This is good of course, but instead of trying to wake up from the drug-induced stupor you get the red adrenaline pill of fighting for a Noble Cause™. I agree that it is more exciting than the blue pill that makes you mellow and obedient, but you’re still drugged and delusional.
It’s certainly not only the Alt-Right that drugged by the red pill. There are various alternatives of the red pilled tailored for your pleasure. There’s the red pill of the left when you discover how the world is ruled by the evil White cis-het male capitalist patriarchy and you have to fight against them. There’s the leftie-environmentalist pill where you have to fight for animal rights, veganism and all that against the oil companies and the nuclear power industry. There’s the red pill of the conspiracy theorist where everything bad that happens is because it was an Illuminati sacrifice, a hoax or a false flag. That is not to say that Illuminati sacrifices, hoaxes and false flags don’t happen, but you have to investigate every event separately to understand what happened. Then there’s the Alt-Right White Nationalist red pill. And I guess you could say the latest pharmaceutical could be called the Sargon-pill when you are so extremely centrist and moderate you try to make sitting on the fence and being lukewarm an artform.
There are some redeeming qualities to all of these red pills, but ultimately they are a ready-made template that will lead you astray.
I don’t think in this day and age any political movement can work. Internet-based movements just aren’t real movements, and organizing a grass-roots movement in meatspace that could actually wield power in the real world sounds like Utopian dream. Most likely they’ll never get of the ground, or they’ll end getting co-opted either by trained operatives or simply by self-serving assholes. Be it the Alt-Right movement, truth movement, Occupy Wallstreet or anything like that. They always seem to fail. This is not me being black-pilled, but realistic. The only thing we can really do is to try to pursue the truth where it leads and stick with whatever principles we have. Don’t go along with any movement that changes its principles on a whim or based on what sounds convenient.
To finish this off, I’d like to share some screencaps from Daily Stormer of people excusing Mike Enoch’s duplicity. Many on the website don’t and call him out on it, but there are plenty fanboys out there as well.
It’s nice to see you stick with your principles.
How did he actually contribute to the cause? By lying a deceiving all you idiots who fawned over him?
Such mental chicanery. I guess he refuses to look into it further to find out that Mike’s wife is a faghag diversity officer as well.
Mike brought a lot of people to the movement. “Mine more souls!” Only quantity matters. And he chooses to assume the best about Enoch’s intentions. “I have no doubt if…”, “I can’t imagine how…” These comments just reveal you are clueless, and nothing about Enoch’s benevolence.
This post might be a troll. Even the poster’s name is Pakis4Anglin, which doesn’t sound very White Nationalist. However, if this is genuine, it wins the award on mental chicanery to excuse Mike Enoch’s duplicitous actions.
- Sure, I used to watch the Nanny with Fran Drescher when I was a teenager. It still doesn’t mean I married a Jew, and I’m not a White Nationalist who has built his career around hating Jews.
- Mike clerly did not wear pants since he allowed his wife to be a faghag with LGBT drag queens.
- Maybe I’m missing out on something since I am not a White Nationalist, but I don’t think the number of bedrooms is an important issue in White Nationalism. It is not a bedroom or furniture compairing club, it is supposedly a political movement based around race and nationalism. Race-mixing is an anathema to them, especially race-mixing with Jews.
Let’s end this with this week’s “Common Filth was right again” -comment. Saying that this controversy “is sending a shockwave through the pro-white community” just sounds gay as hell. You replace “pro-white” with “LGBT” when talking about any event that the gays don’t like and say “[this event] is sending a shockwave through the LGBT community”.
Maybe you shouldn’t take the Red Pill either: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2016/01/25/maybe-you-shouldnt-take-the-red-pill-either/