Pokemon 1488 will Bring Happiness to Children

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 8, 2016

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On Tuesday, I announced the Pokemon GO Nazi Challenge.

A stormer sent me a flier he has been distributing at Pokemon “gyms” (a place, usually a coffee shop, where players of the game Pokemon GO play against each other), and I posted it, and encouraged others to do the same.

There were several negative comments, as well as a few negative emails, and as I want everyone to understand my methods, I would like to address each of these, so that people understand my methods and understand where I’m coming from.

I think everything through. Everything I do, I think through. Of course, I could come to the wrong conclusions – I don’t claim to be some kind of super-human intellect that is incapable of being wrong. However, if the complaint is something simple and obvious, I have definitely already considered it.

But here.

Let’s go point by point, and I’ll respond, then anyone who disagrees can respond to my reasoning (hopefully anyone who still disagrees will consider my logic and include that in any further disagreement).

“It will Hurt Trump”

Trump’s name and a Trump Pepe appear in the flyer.

But the deal is, Trump has been called a racist six million times. They will dig up absolutely anything they can as proof of this. If the media were to present these flyers and say “look, racist Alt-Right Neo-Nazi Pokemon conspiracy!!!!” it would simply be more noise.

It would also look ridiculous. There is so much news about so many different things related to the election, people just get these bits and bytes, and “TRUMP RACISM POKEMON NAZIS” is all their brain would absorb, which would simply cause the media to lose more credibility in their minds and cause them to draw closer to Trump.

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I mean, the media is already claiming that Trump signing 88 generals is a Neo-Nazi conspiracy. So they’re going to keep saying this. We don’t have any ability to influence what the media says.

“The Flyer Uses Racial Slurs, Which will Turn People Off”

This is a sort of obvious response, and I understand that on the surface it seems basically logical.

However, there are multiple issues with it.

Firstly, this is a flier that will be passed out to preteens and teens. Most fliers which are passed out to adults get tossed without a glance by 85-90% of those who receive them, and for kids it will be even higher. So, including a swastika and racial slurs grabs their attention and makes them interested to look at it.

Second, young boys like rebellious things. It excites them. It makes them interested. The flyer, in my view, was perfectly designed to appeal to young boys, and I think we’re going to get a huge response once people start handing them out.

And what were the options, besides going hardcore?

Black IQ statistics? What kid is going to be drawn into that?

Saying “save your race” or some other generic, vague, low-energy statement? Most kids won’t even know what that means, let alone be interested in it.

Making it obscene and aggressive appeals to a primal drive in boys who are in or approaching puberty.

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Srsly. Do you all remember Marilyn Manson? Because I do. Can you see how that applies here? 

“Extreme Things Make People Turn Against the Pro-White Movement – These Flyers Hurt the Movement”

This is also logical on the face of it, but it doesn’t hold-up to any type of scrutiny.

Firstly, there is no data to suggest seeing something hardcore turns people off to something less hardcore that is associated with the same basic political sentiment.

Even if you break it down into an anecdote, it doesn’t make any sense:

“A person sees a flyer with a swastika and racial slurs on it and it offends them, so in response, they decide to become aggressive supporters of mass non-White immigration into the United States and tranny bathrooms.”

The actual sociological data suggests that the opposite happens: when people hear something so extreme as this, it opens up the “Overton Window” in their psyche, and simply by knowing that very extreme right-wing people exist, lesser extreme right-wing people become more socially acceptable in their minds.

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Please, please, please, please, brother – before you post about how I’m “hurting the movement,” just read the data surrounding the concept of the “Overton Window.” Then, instead of saying to me “you’re being too hardcore,” instead explain why the Overton Window is invalid. Because by saying I’m hurting the movement by being too hardcore, you’re saying that the concept of the Overton Window is invalid.

We don’t have much data on this with regards to the right-wing movement, because for a very long time, it has been managed by uptight cowards or perhaps people who just didn’t take the time to think through what “going too far right hurts the movement means” by thinking up the above anecdote.

We do, however, have data on the way the left and the Jews have operated with regards to radical political propaganda designed to alter the fabric of society.

You could give unlimited examples. Like, seriously. I should sit down and make a list of instances where the Jews have pushed insane left-wing ideologies and never has it caused people to turn around and become Nazis – because of course, that would also have to be true, in order for this “radicalism hurts the right-wing” concept to be true.

Here is an example off the top of my head:

A top homosexual-rights advocate, the Jew poet Allen Ginsberg, wrote openly about having sex with children and young boys.

Wikipedia:

Ginsberg was a supporter and member of North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA), a pedophile and pederasty advocacy organization in the United States that works to abolish age-of-consent laws and legalize sexual relations between adults and children, saying that “Attacks on NAMBLA stink of politics, witchhunting for profit, humorlessness, vanity, anger and ignorance… I’m a member of NAMBLA because I love boys too—everybody does, who has a little humanity.” …

In 1994, Ginsberg appeared in a documentary on NAMBLA called Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys (playing on the gay male slang term “Chickenhawk”), in which he read a “graphic ode to youth”.

That’s one of many poems he wrote about sex with boys.

Ginsberg was all throughout the 80’s and 90’s invited to speak at universities.

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He remained personal friends with Bob Dylan (nee Zimmerman) until his death.

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In 2013, Daniel Radcliffe starred as Ginsberg in the movie “Kill Your Darlings.” They portrayed the homosexual pedophile Jew as a hero.

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I don’t think you will find a single instance of the mainstream liberal/homosexual movement trying to distance themselves from Allen Ginsberg.

There are people who will accuse me of being some kind of secret Jewish agent because I am too extreme. Why don’t you go see if you can find someone accusing Allen Ginsberg of being a secret Nazi agent. If not, than there is some very serious misunderstanding going on (at the very least).

Again, that’s a single example.

You could also consider Bill Ayers, who literally carried-out bombings with the Weather Underground (the case was thrown out in court because the FBI had gathered evidence illegally), and was supported by all mainstream Jews/liberals and went on to develop a friendship with Barack Obama.

So, pedophilia and terrorist bombings were not enough to get the left to scream “YOU’RE HURTING THE MOVEMENT YOU MUST BE A PLANT WORKING FOR THE NAZIS.” And remember this, friends: the left won.

On top of all of this, there is also the fact that we don’t really have a reason to believe that extreme things are not appealing, and in fact have data indicating the opposite. In extreme situations, such as that which exists in modern America, people tend to be more drawn to extremism and extreme solutions, whereas moderate concepts appear to them as simply more noise.

So, if someone says “this will hurt the movement” with regards to something I or anyone else on the vanguard of this movement does, please ask them to explain how. “It will turn people off,” while conceivably appearing logical, is not an explanation, it is just an assertion and it is backed-up by no data, and in fact appears to be something very close to the opposite of the truth.

And look, guys.

The Pokemon Nazi Challenge is already getting media attention.

And no one has even reported the flyers to the local media yet!

Go read that article and lol.

Then, just relax.

I know what I’m doing.

We’re winning.

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