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New Potential Mantra

One of the comrades who is proofing Freedom’s Sons for me got to Chapter XVI, I think it is, “Tides and Hurricanes,” and there is a line in there he suggested might make a stand-alone mantra. Not Northwest-specific, but one for all White people:

“Say nothing, remember everything.”

Comments?

20 Comments

  1. It is good, I can see it on a card or what have you. It would have specific use tho’.

    Scott

  2. There’s nothing racial, though…..oh, and hey Harold – I’m checking in (grin)…..

    -Marc

  3. I like it.

    Mike Harris

  4. I like it.

    -R.C.

  5. That has to be right at the heart of the story. My thought is that you will certainly see what happens when a group of psychopaths lose control. “when the force your children will remember, say everything and kick ass. Be that force”

    -D.P.

  6. This I like, Harold, a good slogan for White people in these decadent times in which we live. Though it does seem “Sicilian-like” (!?!)

    -sciencefictionman

  7. As of now it seems to be more of a in the loop montra, And I think a Good One can’t wait to read it. , sounds like a new song ,MWahahahahah,

    PS: as for the songs I have a few new licks added for the last one , a little less chop . Trying to raise funds for that mic to record and do multi track.
    No need to reply ,
    I know your busy friend. If I could I would leave tomorrow and go full time to get some work done.

    Hail Victory!
    Lawrence


  8. Charles of Wales
    Jul 20, 2013

    Well, if we say nothing, how are we to recruit new people?

    I think this would be a good mantra for a phase in the struggle we are not quite at yet, if you get my meaning.


  9. Ricardo Rodriquez
    Jul 20, 2013

    Yes, that phrase reminded me that after I had enlisted in the USMC I asked a Marine, who had just graduated from boot camp, how I should act when I get into training. He said, “Just keep your mouth shut and your eyes and ears open.” Essentially, that has the same meaning as your statement – I believe.

  10. Rather Rudyard Kipling-ish

    -Steve and Sue


  11. NWAristocratClub
    Jul 20, 2013

    Dunno Harold, I think the “If White People Had A Country of Their Own” mantra is better.

    Heck, even Heimbach thinks so as well.

    -R. B.


  12. Mighty Whitey
    Jul 21, 2013

    I’ll stick with “if Whites had a country of our own”, “Our Race Is Our Nation [ORION]”, “Anti-racist = anti-white”, &, of course, my personal favorite; the 14 Words of David Lane.
    Do too many mantras spoil the impact….????


  13. martin l
    Jul 21, 2013

    there’s a time and place for everything and at the very least(in these times of “big brother” surveillance) this would/could be mantra is sound advice


  14. Ricardo Rodriquez
    Jul 23, 2013

    The only winning move is not to play their game.


  15. Mike Smith
    Jul 26, 2013

    I think it is missing a key element to be considered for such high esteem as a mantra. While Say nothing and Remember everything is a virtuous ideal, what exactly does it portray about one’s character if this is his/her means of negotiating any day to day interaction with the world around them. Say nothing remember everything. What are we going to be elephants? There needs to be something more to the phrase to complete it.
    Say nothing, Remember everything, DO ………………?

    something, nothing, whats right, what you can…?

    How about it? These are my thoughts.


  16. Traci
    Jul 27, 2013

    When will the full version of Freedom’s Sons be available? I am enjoying the online chapters you’ve posted.


  17. Ritchard
    Jul 30, 2013

    Come on guys, “say nothing, remember everything” refers to the enemy, and with a little discretion with everyone else. I like it.


  18. Otto Gladfelter
    Aug 04, 2013

    When we start saying “nigger” again we will have liberated our minds. The liberation of ourselves will follow.


  19. Gracie Hunter
    Feb 13, 2014

    This is really kind of a nothing quote.
    Unless one is aware of the context — and the context is so obscure that many if not most people won’t be aware — then it’s difficult to derive any sort of significant meaning from it.
    I better quote is needed.

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