Working on a Saul Alynsky project.

Dylan Edwards
Dylan Edwards

So I was inspired by Stefan Molyneux's video The Truth About Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals [Embed]

and it got me thinking about how we could take apart their mechanism simply by naming (((it)))

The Kikes have been cranking out Wiemar level propaganda for 3 days now.

What do you guys think? I am currently working on infographics based on Glenn Becks Rules for Radicals Page. (Yes, I know he is a cunt.)

but I am thinking memes might be better than infographics. I'm not a meme guy though. I'm on the propaganda dissemination team.

On the other hand, I am thinking that maybe we should just adopt it.

There are currently thousands of zombies protesting and rioting for Wallstreet, big banks and endless war.

These are supposed to be Liberals and they have been turned into some kind of radical right wing militia.

It's absolutely fucking brilliant. I am in awe of the Jews today and what they have accomplished.

If they can do it, we can do it. Especially since the groundwork has already been laid.

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Asher Hernandez
Asher Hernandez

You are exactly right that "naming (((it)))" is the right strategy. This is how we help people develop memetic immunity, which will reduce the amount of mind control that they exhibit from ZOGcannons like mass media.

The trick is naming it in a clever way. A meme has a capsid (certain properties that help it penetrate a mind, e.g. funny, pithy, poignant, easily digestible, sexy, etc.) and a payload (the idea that is transmitted into a mind). You will probably have better luck using memetic dispersal to train minds' immune systems to recognize Alinskyism than using walls-of-text with "go look it up" directives like the picture you posted.

I suggest making a meme image for each of Alinsky's rules. Make the image hilarious and memorable, and use very succinct text to explain what the Alinsky rule is. For example, for "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon," a picture of Trump and Guacman or equivalent leftist/neutral figures or a recent well-known cultural event would work.

Each meme should indicate its rule number, and should point out how many other rules there are (e.g., "#3 of 13"). This gamifies the task of recognizing Alinskyism and makes it as fun for a mind as collecting all the Pokemans.

Multiple memes for each rule number would be great too, because they can then be rare/dank variants. Also, successful memes can't be forced - they must be forged through natural selection on the boards here (this is why leftist memes suck balls and ours do not), so multiple variants is pretty much a requirement.

Wyatt Bell
Wyatt Bell

radical bump #1

Tyler Torres
Tyler Torres

Also, I think the long-winded rules may hinder the meme potential (but I could be wrong). Something short and possibly a comically-incomplete sentence could be good textual representations. I'm thinking "Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra" sort of stuff - mindstickiness.

For example, instead of "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon," maybe just "RIDICULE" would work. Sort of like "#REKT". You get the idea.

I ain't doing any of this chit - too lazy. But this is important stuff. Pointing out the machinations is extremely important - sunlight is the best disinfectant for a world infected by ZOG disease.

Landon Reed
Landon Reed

I like this idea of keeping it short.

I think the trick is to turn it into a brand of sorts, so that people instantly associate Alinsky's rules with the one word phrase.

Evil merchant would be best for the boards but not for normies.

Hudson Gray
Hudson Gray

The question is how do we anchor the memes to Alinsky's rules without explaining them on every meme?

Andrew Perez
Andrew Perez

Pic related are some shitty forced jew memes. They don't work because they suck. (1. Eisel-Johnston games with illustrations by Susan Wise is flagrant jewing-the-goyim; 2. Feminist forced meme that runs counter to the reality that a woman's value depreciates exponentially with age whereas a man's increases like fine wine. Hate to say it, but that's the way it is. Also the bullshit about women doing construction and other heavy manual labor, and…don't get me started.)

Time to cook some memes.

Parker Wilson
Parker Wilson

Try to find examples of each rule in real-life scenarios. Absurd, humorous, familiar, or shocking examples are the best ones. Each meme does not have to present the entirety of each rule, but can explain a facet, the gestalt of the rule made apparent through exposure to multiple facets.

Just have fun with the shit. Throw stuff together and let kek sort 'em out.

Easton King
Easton King

Time to cook some memes.

I'm going to push some infographics too. It's time to introduce Normies to Saul Alinsky.

Joseph Jones
Joseph Jones

Here is an alternative to image memes that had great meme potential for a long time. (Source: http :// It would need to be tailored a bit but could work well. Each checklist item could be sent out on Twitter independently, which would induce the Pokemon effect.

Your post advocates a

( ) technical ( ) legislative ( ) market-based ( ) vigilante

approach to fighting spam. Your idea will not work. Here is why it won't work. (One or more of the following may apply to your particular idea, and it may have other flaws which used to vary from state to state before a bad federal law was passed.)

( ) Spammers can easily use it to harvest email addresses
( ) Mailing lists and other legitimate email uses would be affected
( ) No one will be able to find the guy or collect the money
( ) It is defenseless against brute force attacks
( ) It will stop spam for two weeks and then we'll be stuck with it
( ) Users of email will not put up with it
( ) Microsoft will not put up with it
( ) The police will not put up with it
( ) Requires too much cooperation from spammers
( ) Requires immediate total cooperation from everybody at once
( ) Many email users cannot afford to lose business or alienate potential employers
( ) Spammers don't care about invalid addresses in their lists
( ) Anyone could anonymously destroy anyone else's career or business

Specifically, your plan fails to account for

( ) Laws expressly prohibiting it
( ) Lack of centrally controlling authority for email
( ) Open relays in foreign countries
( ) Ease of searching tiny alphanumeric address space of all email addresses
( ) Asshats
( ) Jurisdictional problems
( ) Unpopularity of weird new taxes
( ) Public reluctance to accept weird new forms of money
( ) Huge existing software investment in SMTP
( ) Susceptibility of protocols other than SMTP to attack
( ) Willingness of users to install OS patches received by email
( ) Armies of worm riddled broadband-connected Windows boxes
( ) Eternal arms race involved in all filtering approaches
( ) Extreme profitability of spam
( ) Joe jobs and/or identity theft
( ) Technically illiterate politicians
( ) Extreme stupidity on the part of people who do business with spammers
( ) Dishonesty on the part of spammers themselves
( ) Bandwidth costs that are unaffected by client filtering
( ) Outlook

and the following philosophical objections may also apply:

( ) Ideas similar to yours are easy to come up with, yet none have ever
been shown practical
( ) Any scheme based on opt-out is unacceptable
( ) SMTP headers should not be the subject of legislation
( ) Blacklists suck
( ) Whitelists suck
( ) We should be able to talk about Viagra without being censored
( ) Countermeasures should not involve wire fraud or credit card fraud
( ) Countermeasures should not involve sabotage of public networks
( ) Countermeasures must work if phased in gradually
( ) Sending email should be free
( ) Why should we have to trust you and your servers?
( ) Incompatiblity with open source or open source licenses
( ) Feel-good measures do nothing to solve the problem
( ) Temporary/one-time email addresses are cumbersome
( ) I don't want the government reading my email
( ) Killing them that way is not slow and painful enough

Furthermore, this is what I think about you:

( ) Sorry dude, but I don't think it would work.
( ) This is a stupid idea, and you're a stupid person for suggesting it.
( ) Nice try, assh0le! I'm going to find out where you live and burn your
house down!

Jeremiah Smith
Jeremiah Smith

Struggling to understand no 12 and how it is used here.

Could a patient user clarify it for me?

Aiden Johnson
Aiden Johnson

Ex. Rather than target the NYTimes, we target a specific journalist and attack him

Austin Turner
Austin Turner

A shitty attempt. Have to start somewhere:

It looks like you are trying to subvert and destroy America because you are a

( ) commie ( ) idiot ( ) psychopath ( ) edgy teenager

In particular, you are

( ) Tricking people by making them think you have more power than you actually do
( ) Tricking people by sticking inside your expertise and taking them outside of theirs
( ) Tricking people by using their own rules against them
( ) Tricking people by ridiculing them
( ) Tricking people by making it fun, enjoyable, and addictive for others to join in
( ) Tricking people by keeping the trickery fresh and exciting
( ) Tricking people by switching up your methods of trickery to prevent adaptation
( ) Tricking people by manufacturing a massive make-believe threat
( ) Tricking people by imposing artificial reality through a constant stream of trickery
( ) Tricking people by pretending to be the underdog to gain sympathy
( ) Tricking people by attacking individual people within an institution to set an example

By using these methods, you are a dirty commie.  Consequently, you should be

( ) Shipped back to the Motherland to live in your grandmother Lyubov's potato cellar
( ) Forced to renounce your commiedom through hard labor as a KFC manager
( ) Used to prevent the spread of AIDS by acting as a ground wire for Charlie Sheen's urges
( ) Turned into a lifesize fleshlight for animal husbandry and Charlie Sheen's urges

Bentley Mitchell
Bentley Mitchell

There is another angle on this too. If you can anchor each of Alinsky's rules in some familiar game (such as Pokemon, or football, etc.) or in some shitty but popular cultural phenomenon involving a game (The Hunger Games, Orange is the New Black, etc.) then it will provide a nice grounding for dissemination of the memes and the ability to call people out when they use them.

Some Pokemon examples (help me out please):

1.  ALINSKY used POWER LEVEL BLUFF.  It's not very effective...
2.  ALINSKY used EXPERTISE SHAMING.  It's not very effective...

Ethan Morris
Ethan Morris

Dumping my DARPA Memetic Warfare Power Point presentation

Christopher Sullivan
Christopher Sullivan

Hmmm. Wouldn't that be point 13?

12 is:“The price of a successful attack is a constructive alternative.”

How does that apply to what he said? Or am I being thick?

Kayden Cook
Kayden Cook

Good stuff. Got any more? I find it interesting that DARPA affiliates are concerned about Osama Bin Laden spreading memes when they should really be concerned about the domesitic threat of (((Hollywood))). Honestly I do not know what to make of it.

Benjamin Johnson
Benjamin Johnson

I have lots, but it's all in PDF format. Not sure how I dump those to the web anonymously

John Ramirez
John Ramirez


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Oliver Walker


Wyatt Morales
Wyatt Morales

You could start by stop being a wincuck and use linux or bsd, otherwise sigaint is pointless
Get rid of windows,.install debian o free bsd, run TAILS, upload shit on /pdfs/index.html

Parker Gutierrez
Parker Gutierrez

No user, I have an office to run. I like things that just work without me having to get on my phone and find SU commands because my OS stopped working

Grayson Hughes
Grayson Hughes

Here's a start. It has an upload limit of 5 aparently and would only let me create 2 posts before it gave me a flood alert



Brandon Martinez
Brandon Martinez

Here you go OP

I have it and *could* upload it to like mega I suppose if people really wanted it. I haven't even seen it yet myself. I read about this fucking kike… 15 years ago some shit like that.