Here's one question that came to mind: How do you answer the constant 'arguments' from our foes, such as the following:
''We stole this country from the Indians. So how can we say the immigrants shouldn't be here? This is the Native Americans' land. We genocided them and took their land away. So now we're experiencing the karma that we sowed.''
Or this: 'White people should go back to Europe.'
Or some variation thereof. I am sure you've all heard it in some form.
One response that I used in exasperation was: ''well, then you should pack up your belongings, give your property to the nearest 'Native American' and go back to Europe. You are holding stolen goods.'
No response, of course.
I've also argued: "If we are wrong to want to protect our land from invasion and ourselves from race-replacement, then so were the Indians. Are you prepared to say they were xenophobic and hateful and racist for trying to kill our ancestors?"
Then there's the old 'nation of immigrants' twaddle:
"This is a nation of immigrants. We're all immigrants. All our ancestors immigrated from somewhere, so why should we mind if more people want a better life like our ancestors did?"
I've addressed that one here a number of times, but rarely do I hear one appropriate (in my opinion) response: "There is a difference between immigrants and colonists" (or settlers, or pioneers. However, I honestly feel that most people do not grasp the distinctions; our adversaries are too obtuse.
How do you address this issue?
Then there are the constant names and insults hurled at anybody who displays a politically incorrect attitude: 'Bigot! Racist! Xenophobe!' Or the favorite accusation:
"People like you live in fear! Why do you fear anybody that is different? Why are you scared of the unfamiliar? Why are you paranoid?"
Or this brilliant one:
"You are ignorant.''
Far from it; it is direct knowledge and experience that turned me from the standard liberal viewpoint to my present way of thinking.
It is very frustrating to see and hear so many of our folk unable to make a persuasive argument. I see so many missed opportunities on Internet discussions. A case in point is this article (a pretty good one) about Enoch Powell.
There are many responses, and some good ones from our side, but they miss many chances to 'strike home' with a good comeback to some of the liberal idiocies on that thread.
One of the things that strikes me about some of the leftist comments is that they brazenly deny that there is ethnic violence and bloodshed in the UK. They simply say it's a figment of the 'racists' imagination; paranoia. The pro-White commenters don't make any serious refutations of those assertions. Why? A few cite the cases of 'child' rape and pedophilia, but there are so many more cases that could be cited.
It seems the left know that they are lying, but they don't care, because in their twisted minds, anything to serve their agenda is all right. Morality doesn't come into it. The truth is whatever they say it is. And they flatly deny race replacement, or the demographic twilight of the English people. They scoff at the idea that any such thing is happening. And they are so sure of themselves in their lies. Yet some people say that the left, the multicult, is on the ropes, gasping their last, panicky. I don't see that happening, unless they are just very good actors as well as liars.
In any case the Enoch Powell discussion at the Telegraph site is interesting reading.
But in addition to our side's deficiency in answering some of the leftist, anti-White slanders and lies, there are certain statements that the 'respectable right' and even some of the AmRenners, for example, resort to. For example, on immigration, the tendency to fall back on disclaimers like ''I have no problem as long as they work hard, speak English, and become Americans." Or ''British'' as in the case of the UK comments. Assimilation is not our friend.
Then there is the 'favorite minority' thing. Would someone please explain this one to me? It seems to be common just about everywhere in the RR or ethnonationalist sphere. Why do so many have this absolute compulsion to say ''Hispanics are a lot better than blacks.'' Or ''I'd rather have Mexicans than Moslems.'' And then there are the Asianphiles, ever advocating for Asians, the model minority. Then we have the ever-present ''we're doomed'' faction. Enough said about them. Why do they even bother?
And let's not forget the blame-shifters, the ones who point the finger at somebody on our side as being THE cause of everything bad.
Another pet peeve of mine: the constant refrain that 'the immigrants aren't the problem; it's DWLs or 'the politicians'. Blame them, not the immigrants." No. All involved are to blame. We can't absolve the immigrants who are knowingly flouting our laws and our wishes, and who thus show their hostility to, or disregard for, us.
Our side needs to show some passion, not remain in a detached mode about it. Reason will not necessarily win in this situation. We should be feeling strong emotions about what is happening; those who remain detached and seemingly aloof from it are missing something. This is not an intellectual game or a college debate. This is about our future, and the future of our children. Serious stuff, and it should make us feel something very deeply about it. We should be motivated by love and loyalty to all we hold dear.
But yet, it is important that our side be heard. We should try to make convincing arguments against our replacement -- even though it seems obvious that it's a bad thing. They, our enemies have had it all their way so far because they have controlled the dialogue and debate, such as it is. Time for us to make our case.
What do my readers have to say about how to do this?