I spoke on the most recent show about the fact that things are more than likely going to get tougher for us in the future. We all need to think about how much we are willing to risk for the sake of creating a future for our people and our children. The idea in bringing this up is not to be a downer or discourage any of you, it’s simply to look at things from a realistic perspective. Right now (at least here in America) our opponents main weapon is to try to get us fired from our jobs and socially ostracized by both our communities and our families. In much of Europe you can already be thrown in prison for so much as questioning the Holocaust. This can be a very frightening thing to think about but again, we deal in reality and moving forward with our eyes shut hoping things will be great doesn’t really accomplish anything.
Don’t feel down, there’s an upside to all of this.
Here’s the thing though; none of us know what the future will hold or how any of this will play out. All we can do is what we can do. However, and Andrew Anglin over at the Daily Stormer has pointed out before: you only live once. Each and every one of us is going to die one of these days. If you’re like me and you have more years behind you than you have in front of you, you are painfully aware of this fact. Now, you can go through your days as an invisible worker ant grinding away making someone else rich, doing your best to not make any waves hoping to be left alone or you can try to make a difference. The one guaranteed outcome regardless is that you will die, but remember your opponents will die as well. Why not go all in and try to make your life stand for something bigger than just getting the bills paid this week?
Like the story of Jesus’ disciples telling him they were all in no matter what, only to fall away when the going got tough, none of us really know how we’ll fare when the SHTF. However just like those disciples who fled when the hour was darkest only to come back afterward and start a movement that would eventually span the globe, if we keep pressing on I have to believe that our efforts will bear fruit and we will be rewarded. If not in this life then in the life to come. Because in the end, the only real guaranteed outcome for all of us, great or small is the grave and even if you wind up losing everything in the struggle at least you can still look in the mirror and know you stood for something.