During a conversation with the Green Arrow which occurred not so long ago, I learned that one of the previous iterations of the British Resistance/Green Arrow site had featured a page known as “action stations”, through which readers would go to pages and forums around the Internet to comment and vote in polls. This idea became especially relevant recently, when an article was published on this site about a columnist on the Birmingham Mail website called Maureen Messent.
A decision was reached in the Paltalk room that a footnote would be added to the article, encouraging readers to go and express their disgust for this woman and her detestable message on her own article’s comment section. I posted a comment similarly urging people to do so. The result so far has been that a few patriots from this site have left their own comments and voted on others. The total opinion expressed in that section now is overwhelmingly in our favour.
This may seem an entirely trivial and pointless exercise, but there are some benefits to our actions. Firstly, the writer herself is likely to be keeping up with the comment threads on her own articles – it cannot escape her attention that virtually nobody is agreeing with her, and out of those who are, their comments have been shot down in flames via the thumb system. This hopefully will not fail to have a demoralising effect on her. It may even be possible that news of her unpopularity reaches the site’s editors and she is not allowed to continue publishing – but this I do not know.
Secondly, it shows readers of the article just what other people think about Messent’s message; that it is wrong, repugnant and incredibly offensive. If it were not for active comment-writers advocating our views, they may not be represented to the best extent online, and patriotic-minded readers may be given the impression that they are alone in their beliefs; on the other hand, spreading our message in the comments section shows our enemies just how disagreed-with they are. People have a natural tendency to follow the crowd; when the term “public opinion” is used on the media, it often has the effect of urging people to conform to the mainstream view, giving them the impression that they are on the outside for not accepting the narrative. If we make it seem that our views are more popular than the liberals’ by being more active than they are, we may be able to exploit the same effect in a small way.
It is helpful to think about this action in terms of scale. A few people can not often achieve very much – a handful of comments and thumbs, of petitions, of emails, of letters, and so on – is never going to win many victories for our cause. However, when you have a larger activist base, say numbering in the hundreds, a great deal more can be achieved. This – and I hope I do not alienate any readers by mentioning this, as it is not intended as a plug – is vindicated by the actions of Britain First in getting hundreds of people to sign petitions and send emails, which have potentially had a real effect in the cases of Tesco and Emma West.
Imagine, if you will, that each time an anti-patriotic, anti-white or anti-Christian article was published on any site on the Internet - and this could apply to the BBC Have Your Say comments which are retroactively moderated - we could mobilise literally hundreds of readers to go and leave their ideas in the comments section, advocating our position to the many thousands or possibly tens or HUNDREDS of thousands of readers who are likely to read the larger news sites and forums. More than this: we need not worry about vast numbers of liberal-minded people voting or thumbing down our comments into the negative and red, so long as our own people make an active attempt to use that system for our own purposes (in some cases, the majority of people agree with us anyway).
Here is what I propose: that every single reader on this site makes an effort to go onto these articles, speak their mind, and then VOTE UP all the agreeable comments and VOTE DOWN all of the disagreeable ones as well, and keep checking back if you have the time to continue this effort. No single article treated in this manner will change ‘public opinion’ – but by continuing this effort for many months over many hundreds of pages, we can wage a war of attrition online to convince, convert, advocate and persuade – and maybe even to discourage the online media from publishing so much anti-British bile.
All it takes is determination and a little bit of effort. In nearly every comment thread I have seen, the number of thumbs or votes vastly exceeds the number of comments. Instead of just thumbing up those comments you agree with, reiterate them. If you do so, there will be hundreds upon hundreds of our ideas and probably only a handful of theirs.
Let’s see how many people have read this article, and out of those, how many are going to go and do something. Take an example from someone like rizla or disgusted or indefatigable.
First step: COMMENTS
Drop a nationalistic comment or two on the articles linked to below: