Although we’re winning The Great Meme War of 2017, we won’t defeat Antifa on that front. We already have a massive troop count of keyboard commandos sharing links, memes, taunts and even a few share serious and valuable information. I don’t want to discourage that, but it won’t win the war either. There is only one way to defeat Antifa and other such elements: show up. Show up to rallies, show up to marches, show up to protests. Show up to any event that makes these little cockroaches crawl out of their garbage piles and come out to play. Can’t find an event? Make your own. Organize anything event that smells anti-leftist and they’ll come to you. Trump rallies will really send them into a tizzy; it’s like catnip. Show up. Recent events in Austin and New Orleans prove that people showing up will take the wind out of their sails.
After you show up, then you can share your stories, anecdotes, and pictures. Make memes out of the pictures you took and upload your videos to YouTube. Who knows, maybe you’ll get to punch a commie and steal some pizza too. It doesn’t matter, though; just show up. Don’t forget to bring friends. If you’re close to the action, you need to watch your back, so show up with a couple of friends.
If we can consistently show up to their events and outnumber them, it will waste the resources allocated to that event and cause them to misallocate resources for the next one. At the Antifa march in Austin on May 1, 2017, I was taunting some of the commie slimes and the cop (who was not sympathetic to them at all) told me that if we just left them alone, they’d go away. He couldn’t have been more wrong. It’s because we’ve left them alone for the past 50 years that we’re in this mess in the first place. So now we have to show up in droves and drive them out. We have to make the cost of these events so high that they have to abandon their efforts. We can’t do that if we don’t show up.
There are different ways to show up. You can provide material support without being in front of them ready for the fight. You can stay in the background and take pictures and provide intel, take notes, or help supply snack and water to the guys up front.
You can’t show up if you don’t know what’s going on, and you can’t know what’s going on if you don’t stay connected with people. What are you waiting for? Get out there, and take a few people with you.