Culture Wars

It pays to be civil, when fighting the Culture Wars


Many of those fighting in the Culture Wars have no doubt seen first hand how people have been insulted and verbally attacked left and right. It is is easy to use words such as “racist”, “bigot” and “Nazi”, or “degenerate”, “cuck”, etc -(I am not completely innocent of it myself). While in many instances such words describe the target population perfectly, it does not really serve anyone to resort to such low-level tactics in the long term.

The primary motivation for all people should be to make the world a better place. The Islamists see it as battling the morally bankrupt and feminized Western Civilization, while the leftists see it as fighting hate and injustice. People on the right on the other hand are fighting for a meritocratic society, and the preservation of high civilizations and advanced cultures. For us to win the culture wars it is essential that we understand this core concept.

Unfortunately a lot of people fail to understand the other side – they may be blinded with religious dogmas or indoctrination and as such are extremely difficult to reason with. The only way – at least the only way I can think of – is to provide alternative experiences for ones ideological enemies. It is highly unlikely that ANTIFAs beating women, children and old men will ever evolve past violence and foul language, but those on the right should grasp the idea. The driving force should be to fight for quality instead of equality, and what would be better to give the leftists a hint of what quality means – once they get a taste of it, they will want more. Obviously this will not work with Islamists, but we only need to deal with the leftists, and the Islamists will lose their support and can be easily dealt with.

It is important to keep in mind, that everyone should always take care of himself/herself first; Work out, read books, educate yourself, stop indulging in degenerate behavior (drinking, smoking, fapping, watching TV/Playing computer games 24/7, playing the victim, etc). Get the act together, be confident, and do what you are good at. No-one is going to take someone seriously who can’t even get his/her own life in order. I am not saying that my readers are guilty of any of this, but it needs to be pointed out nevertheless.

The second step should be to determine the political leaning of any interesting people you meet for more than a few minutes. Once you have identified a remotely intelligent leftist, be nice to them, try to listen to them, try to find common points in the leftist worldview you both disagree with, be willing to accept faults in the various right-wing ideas, or at least be able to agree to disagree. Try to motivate the person to improve himself. If done correctly, the person will now have a positive experience of a right-wing person – not only some random person, but someone who has actually his act together. Basically he or she will now have a minor role model who happens to be on the opposite side of the political spectrum, or at the very least has an experience that says that not all right-wing people are evil. If said person has more encounters with polite and successful right-wing people, then he might just realize his/her errors and take the red pill.

Successful and morally superior people should always be willing to help others improve their lives. This is achieved by pointing out their shortcomings and providing (educated) advice how to fix it. Whether the people act on it or not, is their own concern, not yours. The same holds true if they are offended. Indeed, if they are offended, then I see no problem triggering them with science and facts… or by wearing some great shirts by Culture Wars, such as this one available at Amazon:

While I find it is unproductive to insult and offend individual people (admittedly many people are offended by everything nowadays so it is not completely avoidable), I don’t see a major problem attacking and exposing various ideologies and cultures which are promoting or engaged in degenerate and/or harmful practices. We are not fighting individual people, rather the culture producing those people, hence the name; Culture Wars.

Author: Sander Laanemaa

Sander Laanemaa was born in Estonia in 1984. In 2011 he graduated from the Estonian Maritime Academy as a deck officer. During his studies he took an interest in history, philosophy, psychology, and the occult. His research guided him deep into the rabbit hole, which ultimately led to the creation of Culture Wars.

Sander is fluent in English, Swedish, Finnish, and Estonian.

He has given a number of lectures on various topics on maritime affairs, and also on ancient history and the faults of contemporary social movements.

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