To be able to tailor our messages, and decide which level of message is appropriate for each of us, we must first define the tiers of awareness, whom we are trying to reach. As I said before, it is more complex than "Us" and "Them". My personal categorization separates by Racially White, and Non-White, first and foremost. The following is a tiered measure of the Racially White grouping.
1. The Masses
2. The Enemy
3. The Opposition
4. The Unaware
5. The Racist
6. The Newly Aware
7. The Aware
The masses is one of the easiest categories to define. The masses are simply racially whites who comprise our society. The masses takes into account all racial whites, from each category. As the masses include The Enemy and Opposition, any attempt to speak specifically to them or influence them in any way is a waste of time. The masses (society) will be influenced by specific groups that hold positions of power and authority within the policy making machine of government. With our subgroup, The Aware, and to a lesser extent the Newly Aware in positions to guide and influence public policy, the masses go along grudgingly, or become dissenters subject to punishment by law.
The enemy is the small, but vocal and influential group of whites who consciously work to bring about the destruction of the white race. They hate the white race so much, they actually hate themselves. They are hypocritical beyond belief, and are in no way, shape, or form worth wasting a single breath on. There is absolutely nothing that can be said to them, no amount of logic, facts, or proof that will convince them otherwise.
This is where our sphere of influence begins, and is the first tier of people that we need to attempt to reach. These are the people that support the enemy in their actions, because they simply don't know any better. While they don't actively pursue our destruction of our race, their willingness to go along with the status quo, to believe the stereotypes is a very real danger to us. Their desire to not appear "racist" makes the enemy's ranks appear larger than what it really is, and gives them more political clout and power than they (the enemy) would otherwise receive on their own.
The Opposition believes the misinformation they have been taught to believe, through the years of indoctrination and disinformation on the part of academia and the MSM. While these people are wrong in their assumptions, they are willing to listen to facts, figures, statistics, and logic. While only a small number of them may ever be influenced enough to change their ideology fully, it is worth the effort to try. The Unaware are influenced greatly by the opposition, so any gains or myths that can be dispelled and disproven makes influencing the Unaware that much easier in the long term.
The opposition, for the most part, are intelligent and formally educated people. They will immediately reject any and all "slogan campaigns", and will only interact fairly with people they consider their peers (social, economic, and academic). For this, we need to have a segment of our population that mirrors their own. We need to have people that fit the opposition's preconceived notion of "success" in the professional world, with a formal education. Our people need to present a slow, methodical, and fact filled message that addresses the misinformation, point by point, that the opposition believes. This message must be delivered with every modicum of decency and decorum, without any obvious racial beliefs or notions evident. The message must be presented without obvious intent to change a person's racial beliefs. Let the facts speak for themselves, and only the facts. If the opposition believes we are supplying our information with the intent to further our racial agenda, they will dismiss what we have to say as biased, and will demonize us even more, in the eyes of the Unaware.
Dealing with the opposition is a delicate matter of facts and counter facts, discussion without any intent or goal beyond the validity of the facts. This will take a rather dispassionate approach, leaving emotional feelings out of the equation. The opposition is only passionate about the facts, not the real life implications or consequences. Once the opposition begins to acknowledge our facts as legitimate, it makes them less of an opposing force to our other tiers of operation, and can actually make them (over a period of time) an unwitting ally of sorts. Keep in mind, we are not trying to convert the opposition into an Aware individual. We are trying to legitimize our facts upon which we base our ideologies in their minds - without ever talking about our ideologies.
The Unaware are our target audience, and the largest portion of the Masses. The unaware, we often refer to as "sheeple" because of their mindless, herd mentality. The idea that we will be able to talk or convince the unaware into going a certain direction, of their own free will, I believe is a fallacy. Sheep need direct guidance in order to make them move, otherwise they will shamble along aimlessly. The Enemy knows this well, and has used the Opposition as a means to guide the unaware along a specific path. The unaware are spooked easily by anything they see as a potential threat, and that is one of the reasons the Enemy uses the Opposition for a middleman when dealing with the Unaware. The Enemy is so vitral in their beliefs and tactics, they would scare the herd witless if they attempted direct guidance or contact.
We have to realize that we will never convert or awaken the majority of the unaware. No movement or ideology ever resonates with 100% of a society's population. Most of the unaware will follow the popular path, or the path of least resistance. They are a selfish lot, concerned with their own lives and comforts primarily. As a group, the unaware are an emotional group, making decisions based upon "what makes them feel good or sad". Just think of how they have been manipulated (emotionally) over the years. From sad animal abuse commercials, to the crying Indian. Emotions have always been the key to guiding the unaware along a path. The unaware want to feel good about themselves. They look for material comforts, to social causes. They have been manipulated into doing the wrong things, because they want to feel good. They never cared about Apartheid in South Africa, but wanted the good feeling that came along with "freeing the oppressed". Famine aid to Africa is the same thing. The unaware truly deserve their title, as they never scratch beneath the surface beyond their emotional response to feel good.
The unaware is the pool that the Enemy, Opposition, Racist, Newly Aware, and Aware come from. These are the battleground people, where a few will be influenced to one tier or another. The rest will remain blissfully ignorant, never looking beyond their own desire to feel good. These are the people, unlike the Opposition, that will react to slogan campaigns. One of the keys to winning their selfish support is by using a visual campaign that will result in them feeling bad over a particular subject. Once an unaware person begins to feel bad or guilty about something, they will try to ignore it. That is why there is such a constant barrage of images and sound clips, news stories, etc that the unaware are bombarded with. They will attempt to look the other way. The key is, and always has been, to saturate everywhere they look with the "feel bad" story until they act out of feel good self interest to correct the problem.
Providing facts, figures, and statistics means very little to them personally as these are "unemotional" by themselves. We must present the visual aid at the same moment as the facts are presented. This combination will resonate with the unaware. Short slogans, with a few bullet point facts, and a terrible image that tugs at their emotions will move the unaware. They will blindly follow the guidance of the "experts", without questioning the legitimacy of it all. This approach will not convert the unaware or enlighten them in any way. It is a method to make them move in a particular direction only. As the majority of the unaware will never take a step in either direction of the tier, this approach should be our primary method of dealing with the unaware, and enacting social change.
The combined delivery of an emotion evoking message, sprinkled with simple facts will have a dramatic effect on a few and begin an introspective look at the greater picture. These are the individuals that will begin to ask the deeper questions on their own, and begin seeking answers. These are the individuals that will become either the Opposition, or the Newly Aware. Most often, this movement from the herd is caused by a deep resonation with a particular message because of a personal experience or tragedy. I've said it before, most people are not willing to leave the herd unless there is a tragic event or series of events that prompts a person to move and seek answers.
These people that begin seeking answers need a slightly emotional message, but filled with facts. These people resonate with concepts such as injustice, indignation, and fairness. Ramz Paul's methodology is quite effective when dealing with these people. Emotions such as light sarcasm and humor, presented often in a satirical way is the delivery method for the facts. The message is short, witty, and entertaining at the same time. More than a mere sound bite, but not a manifesto either. Most people are willing to listen to a 3-5 minute presentation. Anything longer than that, the average person will tune out, or avoid all together. The message is NOT radical in any way, and is very, very light. It touches on concepts that a person who has no inkling of racial awareness can associate with. Baby steps. Subjects such as social equality and fairness (without demonizing any particular group or individual, instead demonizing the "establishment" or the face of the establishment) resonate well. These people are ready to look at groups based upon ideology, but not race at this point. We have to introduce the concept of race, without mentioning the races themselves.
For example, if we want to talk about the Jews, we need to use terms or names that are obviously Jewish (Franken, Feinstein, Goldman, Goldstein, Zukerman, etc), without demonizing the Jewish people. If we want to talk about negroes, we use names that will resonate with them as being negro (Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Obama, etc). At this point, we are still using visual association to bring them to certain conclusions. These people, at this stage are completely unprepared to accept any (obvious) racially based message. Instead, we must use the suggestive power of association.
The Racist is a person that has a basic amount of racial awareness, but it is not based upon any feelings of pride, heritage, or history in the white race. The racist is usually a person that dislikes another group of people based upon personal experience or dealings with that group of people. The racist has awareness, but it is completely based upon the negative aspects of a particular race. These people's primary concern begins and ends with the race they dislike. It is common to find these people within our Pro-White community. However, they are easily identified because they "have a problem with the negro, but no opinion on or considers the Asian a non-issue".
The Racist is typically an angry individual, as they base their feelings (usually) because of personal experience only. The racist bases their feelings on actual, factual events, and is usually very vocal about their feelings, however they cannot tie their personal experiences into a greater picture. These are the people that the enemy likes to portray all racially aware people as to the Opposition and the Unaware. While the racist will actively support the racially aware, they are typically a nightmare from a public relations standpoint.
They key to relating to the racist, and having them take the steps necessary into become a fully racially aware individual is by first making correlations between the race or group they dislike, and the other non-white races. Once the racist can make the connection between whatever behavior, philosophy, or ideology they dislike in a particular race to the other races, they quickly become "equal opportunists" in their opinions (education) about the other races.
At this point, the racist still bases their opinions on dislikes. The next step is to provide them with information and facts that will help foster a feeling of pride in their own race. Focusing and changing their philosophy from one of visceral dislike to one of unabashed pride. Not every racist will be able to make this step, as their personal experiences typically are the most important part of their ideology.
The Newly Aware
The Newly Aware understand there is a difference between the races. These whites join our ranks with a variety of feelings and dispositions, from hope to despair, anger to resignation. Just about every range of emotion imaginable. These emotions are going to be based on their personal awakening experience. We have to understand, even though these individuals are aware, they are still new, and most will have to grow into what we consider maturity. Some will seek out more information, become better educated to the plights and issues our race faces, some will not. Some will have a closed mind, already firm in their beliefs and ideology already formed. Some will look to see where exactly they fit in. I guess the rule of thumb with dealing and speaking to the Newly Aware is patience.
These are our comrades, our brothers and sisters in spirit, race, and awareness. We should not treat them as children (unless they are in fact, children), but understand they may still be in the process of maturing and fully developing their ideology. How many times have we seen somebody that has "it" 75% right, but still have the remnants of their academic indoctrination getting in the way of full awareness? Yes, it can be aggravating when dealing with these folk, but once again patience is the answer. Most of them are going to have an idealistic or simple view of most complex issues. Like all people, through time and experience, their views should change or evolve slightly and solidify.
One of the hazards we run into with this group is the existence of infiltrators. Because it is expected of the Newly Awakened to develop their ideology and to have some things "wrong", infiltrators will portray themselves as one of this group to cause chaos and infighting amongst the community by picking the most aggravating things to be "wrong" about. They do this just to cause disharmony. It is something that we must, unfortunately, endure and expect.
It is our primary (or should be) duty to the Newly Awakened to explain to them our specific sect's ideology, what we believe and stand for, what is acceptable and not. The patient among us (or if we have very proactive leadership within our sect) will also explain WHY we believe the way we do. This will help inform the Newly Awakened whether our particular sect is suited for them. It is their job to conform to our set of beliefs, and NOT the other way around. While some amount of "Well this is the way it should be" is to be expected and initially tolerated, over the long term, they must realize we are not going to change our message because of them. If they don't like the message, there is another place within our community more suited for them. This is not malicious or based upon any ill intent. It is based upon lowering the amount of divisiveness among our specific sect's membership. We are not attempting to create a cult mentality where we all agree about everything. However, the current model of mass "inclusiveness" leads to unnecessary arguing, drama, strife, and ultimately ineffectiveness (one of the goals of the infiltrators).
Not much to say about this group. It consists of those of us who are mature and confident in our beliefs, and have found our "place" within our community. Discussion among our group is usually preaching at the choir as far as our core ideologies are concerned. However, one of the things that we, as fully Racially Aware individuals should be doing more of is real world activism, coordinating, and discussing different strategies to increase awareness and how to influence public policy/perception to direct the unaware . Too much of what I see from us, as a whole, is a mundane resignation that even though things are unjust, there's nothing that we can do about it (even though we publicly deny it) . We, as a whole, are somewhat jaded and cynical about our outlook for the propensity of change. Once again, this is because even though we reject many of the mainstream teachings and philosophies of the multicultural society, we are still a product of the "now" mentality. One of the things that we must realize, this is a long fight. We are behind the 8-ball now and all would like to see immediate change occur. We must be resigned to fight this battle over a period of generations. It is a bleak outlook and realization, but we must focus on the things that we can do to prepare the battlefield for our children and grandchildren's advantage.
One thing that I did not address in the tier list is Leadership. This is a tough thing to speak about, because, we don't have a clear cut leadership for our community as a whole. That is one of the primary reasons why we are getting absolutely nowhere fast. Without common leadership, there will never be a common message or coordination of that message. Our wheels spin, and we go around in circles, but are making very little progress forward. This fact set aside, we still can look to our leaders of our own specific sects to coordinate with each other and create a few goals and a somewhat multi-faceted, multi-tiered plan. Until this happens, I'm afraid we are dead in the water. This is the primary reason I refer to us as a "community" as opposed to a "movement". Movement implies we are going somewhere, and I just don't see it. If local leaders cannot sit down, work out and accept our differences, look beyond them to the greater goal (and common cause we all share), then we will never evolve into anything more than a fractured and disgruntled, near extinct people.
It's high time for people like Don Black, Alex Linder, and Jamie Kelso, and any other white leaders, to step up to the plate, sit down together, lock the doors, and work out their differences like white men. The sheer existence of "board wars" between internet forums is an absolute disgrace. If we can't at least tolerate each other’s existence in cyberspace, it is time to pack it all in, because we deserve to die out.
In summary, there is a need for us to structure ourselves into a more functional organization. We must define exactly who we are, what we believe, and why we believe it. As it stands right now - we do have the tools and vehicles to not only socialize with each other (which is a good thing), but also the vehicles and numbers to begin a coordinated message to the Unaware. What took 50 years to saturate the various institutions in order to direct the unaware by physically planting people within, with the information age, we can reach as many people much faster - in a fraction of the time.
We need to define clear cut, well defined goals for ourselves, not only to change from a community, but actually become a movement (and actually move towards those goals). What are we working for? What is the desired end result? What are the milestones along the way? Right now, I see a community of individuals, each with their own ideas and priorities, but not much as a collective. We argue and fight amongst ourselves more than we do with the actual people that are trying to destroy us. I see mixed messages from the leaders and thinkers within our community, and I see mixed messages and philosophies on the internet forums as well.
Reality is we will not all see eye to eye on everything, far from it actually. However, if we get down to brass tacks, there is more that we are all in agreement with than actual disagreement. We, however, just cannot accept the existence of these other ideas or beliefs that are not lockstep with our own, and move beyond the petty differences to work together towards a greater goal.
If each "house" is truly interested in doing something to save our race, we need to re-structure, re-organize, and start working together to plant the seeds. We need to reduce the infighting, create actual standards, enforce those standards, be comfortable with our particular beliefs and ideologies, and start moving in an actual direction. We must learn how to effectively get our message out, and we must, as individual pro-whites, do our part to get that message out to influence the public.
Imagine if the leadership of Stormfront, White News Now, and Vanguard News Network all picked the same 4 minute long video that is appropriate for the unaware (emotionally charged, simple facts, power of association etc) and had the membership from each board e-mail that video to everyone on their contact list, post on every blog, and saturate every news outlet with that video. Doing this one simple thing would effectively contact tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions of people in an instant. A coordinated effort to saturate the public with one specific message. Now imagine doing this EVERY SINGLE DAY. Choose a topic a month, and a different video or article each day that illustrates that month's topic. A simple saturation like this will help plant the seeds so that actual change can occur. This is just one simple example of what can be done if we work together. Let us dictate our message, and not the enemy or opposition.