Revolutions are Fought and Won by Minorities

Thank you to all my comrades who participated in the Spring Blitz Campaign, please keep up the good work. To all those who have not participated: it’s never to late to start. I urge you to look through the past article of this blog for ideas and then put them into execution.

Comrades, I would like to write a few words on a passage from Mein Kampf:

“Against us we have the innumerable army of all those who are lazy-minded and indifferent rather than evil, and those whose self-interest leads them to uphold the present state of affairs. On the apparent hopelessness of our great struggle is based the magnitude of our task and the possibilities of success. A battle-cry which from the very start will scare off all the petty spirits, or at least discourage them, will become the signal for a rally of all those temperaments that are of the real fighting metal. And it must be clearly recognized that if a highly energetic and active body of men emerge from a nation and unite in the fight for one goal, thereby ultimately rising above the inert masses of the people, this small percentage will become masters of the whole. World history is made by minorities if these numerical minorities represent in themselves the will and energy and initiative of the people as a whole.” – Mein Kampf, Volumn 2, Chapter 2

Revolutions are fought and won by small but dedicated minorities. If National Socialism is to survive then it will need it’s small but dedicated army of activists educating the white masses. I appeal to everyone who knows the score but is not currently numbered among the dedicated few, please identify and address whatever is holding you back and join us.

For all dedicated comrades who may be frustrated because they don’t see any progress, remember this: Victory is not going to happen over night. We all need to be in it for the long haul. You may not be able to see progress, but that does not mean it isn’t happening.

Chris 14/88

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