Spread the Message of White Consciousness

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, January 25, 2017

Activism in the Trump era.

It is widely understood that the election of Donald Trump is a sign of rising white consciousness. The unprecedented growth of websites, podcasts, video channels, and even publishing houses devoted to our cause has forced the country to recognize the increasing reach and power of our ideas. Now is the time to press our advantage in every way possible.

Much of our growth has been via the internet, but new media can be combined very effectively with old media. Racial activists are finding that one of the oldest ways to spread the word can be one of the most attention-getting. Attractive posters placed in high-traffic areas—and that also include URLs of established white-advocacy organizations—can not only draw attention to our movement but also cause a tremendous media stir.

One of our supporters has designed eye-catching, downloadable posters. They encourage whites to be proud of their heritage and to stand up for themselves, which is exactly what America promotes for every other racial group. Nothing in this message could, in any way, be described as “hateful” or “supremacist,” and when outraged liberals use these words to describe them, it will only underline the absurdity of the racial double standard.

These posters can appeal to whites anywhere, but they are primarily intended for college campuses, which are especially promising because they are bastions of anti-white propaganda that gets more extreme every year. At the same time, students have easy access to alternate sources of news and information that refutes the nonsense they hear every day in class. Students are therefore perfectly primed for a push towards racial consciousness.

Another reason posters are effective on campus is that university administrators are the most hysterically hair-triggered people on earth. The slightest deviation from the usual baloney about race sets them screaming, and the more they scream the louder our message. Newspapers and television will then trumpet the news of “racism” on the march, and yet more people will hear our message and learn of our movement.

Activists sometimes put up posters or distribute flyers that do not refer to an organization or that list only a post office box. Our posters include not only the AmRen URL but also have a QR code that leads straight to our website. When reporters or college administrators want to dig deeper into this worrying outbreak of “hate,” they will find our telephone number. We will be happy to field calls and explain our positions.

We urge you to download and put up these posters. They print very nicely on 8.5 by 11 paper, but can be enlarged or reduced as necessary. They are designed for color, but most also look good in grayscale. They are not copyrighted, so you can modify them for your purposes, and if you want to promote a different organization you are welcome to use different URLs, logos, and QR codes. We ask only that you not change the poster content or message if you use AmRen contact information.

For more on this campaign, and for an introduction to poster tactics, we highly recommend watching the video below. If you are planning a poster campaign and want to let us know about it beforehand, you are welcome to e-mail or call us. We will maintain strict confidentiality if necessary. Be sure to take photos of your handiwork and tag us @AmRenaissance on Twitter.

Our movement has the wind in its sails as never before. Let us seize this moment and make the most of it. Black History Month—otherwise known as February—would be a great time for a white-consciousness campaign. Click here to see the posters and get started.

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Jared Taylor
Jared Taylor is the editor of American Renaissance and the author of White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.
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