“[I]f there’s no place to hide, we’ll be forced to stand. People bring up South Africa as an example of a White population that wouldn’t defend itself, but don’t neglect the crushing psychological impact of knowing that the Entire World was against you. That won’t be the case everywhere, always.” — S.J., Esquire
As reported, a 24-year-old homeless English man named Mickey Sage “hunted” for enemy-occupants in London and was sentenced to prison, saying that he would become a martyr for his country. He was arrested before injuring anyone. If lone wolf White-on-Vibrant attacks are the future, it’s because a cornered animal has nothing to lose. After all, the politicians have signaled clearly that compliance with race replacement only makes them more sadistic. When such bad faith becomes common knowledge, many young men in target-rich environments will be compelled by their pride, and old men by their reckoning with personal legacy, to think globally and act locally.
I do not attack anyone, therefore I am not telling others to do so. What I am saying is, that in the “lead, follow, or get out of the way” schema of opposition to our genocide, I get out of the way of those who lead or follow. This means that I don’t disavow any of our action heroes and I expect others to not do that either. I also refrain from armchair-quarterbacking these missions. Some rush to criticize the activist for attacking non-Whites when, as they put it, it’s the traitors at the top who deserve the wrath. They cite Corneliu Codreanu:
If I had but one bullet and were faced by both an enemy and a traitor, I would let the traitor have it.
No disagreement with the great Romanian but in the context of our challenges, the sentiment is misused as a crutch to rationalize inaction and sometimes even to signal anti-racism. The “enemy-traitor” distinction is an impractical dichotomy in two ways. One, a foot-soldier does not have physical access to traitors; he kills the enemy grunt that’s right in front of him. Two, someone with Breivik’s talents can strike at the enemy’s heart, but very few people can pull off such a sophisticated operation.
Some missions fail due to inadequate planning, along with the fact that the fighter is doing something new and entirely on his own, without sergeants, captains, generals, ministers of war, and prime ministers guiding him along. But one learns from others’ experience and so it’s lone wolves today, hunting parties tomorrow. Prison today, glory tomorrow.
Some ask if action heroes are strategically counterproductive, but it seems a strange question, given that fighting for your home is how you keep it. So I go with “No” because anti-Whites have slapped away our every peace offering. At the very least, respect on the street is better than no respect. I don’t know whether action heroes are sinners that spill innocent blood or soldiers of Christ. But I know that life is not the Christian’s highest value. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. — John 15:13.