Quality Versus Quantity
Apr 23, 2017
One thing we’ve noticed is the frequent mentioning by all who have covered us so far is their focus on our numbers. Yes, we are a new group, it’ll be a few years yet until we have more people supporting us than, say, the Labor Party. But more’s the point, the people mentioning this are doing it for two reasons. One, to minimise us, to make us appear small and not worth worrying about (this of course doesn’t stop them from saying ‘but you should worry enough about Antipodean Resistance to donate money to our organisation, goyim!’), to attempt to nip our group in the bud. The other is that our enemies do not know the concept of human quality. As egalitarians, they view each human as being exactly the same. Therefore, any power a group has is based entirely on numbers; if there is a rally with 100 people and a counter rally with 200, the counter rally has ‘won’, regardless of any other aspects.
Of course, our enemies don’t really think this, not deep down. They know that in any group, some people are always hard workers, some you have to push to do anything, and in a group of any size the majority seem to do nothing at all. This goes for any group that you care to mention, especially the left and major political parties, as any establishment types reading this would realise.
Let’s look at the Liberal and Labor parties, for example. At election time, they take millions of votes each. But as for their official numbers, they no longer publish them presumably because it is so embarrassing), but it is expected to be numbering in the mere tens of thousands each. And as we can assume that most politicians running for office are members of their own parties, so then how many ordinary citizens does that leave who are members of these parties? The Liberals for example had about 200,000 members at one time, when we had a much smaller population. Now we are much larger, the New Australians™ seem not to be joining parties in droves. Neither party seems to interest young people, or even people in general at all. Why is that? The parties have lost the confidence of the Australian people along the way, and most that remain in support do so either because it’s all they know, or they’re getting something out of it (like a cushy pension), or in a few rare cases they actually believe that destroying their country and selling out their people actually makes them a good person.
To return to our main point: let us compare it, then, to… any successful movement in history. What was it comprised of? From Mao’s Communists, to early Christians, and to the National Socialists of Germany, at the top there was always a devoted, fanatic base, always relatively few in number. Whatever you’re fanatic about changes according to your views, but devotion is an absolute quality. From there, the people would follow a movement which was grounded by passion and by success. The Kuomintang, even though it supposedly controlled China for decades, was decisively defeated by the Communists, who had largely survived off moss in the mountains with the occasional bit of Soviet help for most of that time. Things can change very quickly, all it requires is an opportunity and for certain groups to be ready.
As George Lincoln Rockwell said, ‘Revolution is a spectators sport… in between the Nazis and the Communists is the great mass of non-fanatics, the TV watchers and the comic book readers’. There are fanatics on each side, and these fanatics are usually like that because they legitimately believe in making the world a better place. There are occasionally those who are fanatical in their desire to make things better for themselves at the cost of others, but these are rare; selfishness does not inspire great deeds. When times get tough, the selfish are the first to leave, if they enter at all. To draw it back into Australia, while many left wing organisations are funded by the government (unknowingly by most), in their ranks they do have many legitimate fanatics. Mentally diseased, physically disgusting, and incredibly wrong, but they do believe their nonsense, and will fight for it. Which is much more than can be said for any Liberal or Labor supporter, whose parties supposedly win elections year after year. But as was said before, things can change, and quickly. With no fanatics in their ranks, only those doing it as a job, to make money, to save their own hide, when things fall apart they will fall apart very quickly.
This is where standards come in. If we are to be a group of fanatics, then in the beginning our relatively small numbers make certain things more difficult. We will not be marching on Canberra in the first few years, for example, but smaller numbers of higher quality people will mean more in the future when we do reach rallies of size, rather than being a bunch of ragtag degenerates that will abandon ship as soon as the footy is on; the sorts that think voting once every 4 years is the epitome of political activism.
And now to bring the point of this article to Antipodean Resistance. We are not a mass movement. We do not want the masses. We want the fanatics, the people who care and who will fight, both during activism and during their day to day lives to bring about the beauty that is National Socialism. We want quality people who mean what they say and will not back down. We are striving for nothing less than the national rebirth of our people. And we will get there only with those fanatic enough to do something about it.