It depends on your audience which tactic would be more appealing, and of course if JP's temperament would even make him being aggressively assertive even respectable. We all know how unappealing it is when a mild-mannered person tries to act tough, especially when goaded into it. I personally think JP handled himself well and let the woman fall on her own sword.
He's so fucking close.
This is why JP is a great stepping stone. He can get that redpill into a massive crowd that requires just another step: Ask 'Why are such polities now and forever always governed poorly, and why do the people in them not have longings for our system?' And it is as easy as saying, "Because they are not us - biologically, historically, or culturally," to get the audience swallowing the next redpill.
Also, as mentioned above, because JP is non-aggressive and non-threatening, he doesn't push away the bluepilled audience or give credence to the 'ebil Nazi' slanders thrown his way. Most people will become amicable towards him if even they initially think they disagree with his positions and stick around to hear them. I've seen it happen right in front of me with highly-skilled street preachers and their audience. They cultivate the hateful mob to attack them in a frothing, hateful manner and the observers (real audience) will listen to the speakers more carefully simply because they think the hate mob is unfair and disgusting. This worked with even heretical street preachers whose message wasn't even that unique, interesting, or appealing. Why else do you think JP got so popular so fast?
It won't matter until the man himself discovers the truth
Not necessarily. He's much closer than one might suspect already, but even if he were static in his current state he conveys people from a level of bluepilled-ness to an introductory level of redpilled-ness. That's great for the people so long as Holla Forums can convey them further, even if in the end JP doesn't move himself.
Slaying the Dragon is often done as a team. Herecules defeated the Hydra while working with Iolaus. Theseus slew the Minotaur only because he was helped by a community of people. Enkidu only becomes useful to humanity in slaying beasts once Gilgamesh and a harlot induct him into civilization. JP waxes on about St. George's slaying of the dragon, but most cases in mythology require more than just the individual to empower the hero enough to slay it. Even in his own story about his nephew slaying his dream-dragon, it took JP's wisdom and suggestions to empower the kid to do the deed. Heroes are almost never born in vacuums. I'm sure that would be a fascinating thing for him and his audience.
Why not prioritize the sorting the self out first?
Never said otherwise, nor does it contradict my point. Can you doodle mindlessly and listen to a lecture? Can you chew gum and take a test at the same time? One can improve themselves while participating in a greater whole - and in fact the combination improves both areas better than apart just like my examples above.
People like JP should be promoted as much as possible by Holla Forumsacks, unless you think you can do a better job than him.
Unnecessary, and is against Holla Forums's philosophical roots. This is a place for anonymous conversations between anonymous people where it is the validity of your idea rather than your reputation that determines acceptance. JP garners and expands his following just fine. Holla Forums should treat him like a wildflower while they tend their garden: let it do its own thing while taking the more promising seeds in for further cultivation.
Hide. Report. Disengage. It is very simple however irritating to deal with chaff if you're not a moron yourself.
He might do a good job at being a first step, but I don't think he intends to be that.
People like Sargon don't either, but they do. There's plenty of examples in nature of unintended stepping stones to other organisms' success. Their intention doesn't matter in terms of what effect they have on cultivating fertile soils for redpill sowing.
Yep pretty obvious at this point. The thread went well for a while and then suddenly it went to shit.
Popularity is sometimes a curse. Post counts of less than 100 tend to not have many shills or retards who feed shills in it because it is deemed unimportant by everyone but the interested. Such is life.