Become A Benefactor
This article continues the theme from Ways To Contribute: Archive Your Story. In that article, I stressed the importance of actually putting in the work in the real world and doing something beneficial for your people:
I need to do more articles exploring ways for our average dissident to contribute. It is easily the #1 email I receive and is often a top comment in major forums and news sites.
No one knows what they should be doing. Frankly, it is not easy to know, given our times.
Still, there are things we can and should be doing. Most of it depends on your risk tolerance.
But there are things to do even for those of you who need to stay under the radar. This article will address one of those risk-averse positions first, and I will write up more ideas later.
One risk-averse method to contribute is being an archivist. But another risk-averse way is by being a benefactor.
I detailed that strategy in a separate article:
The third inside-the-system strategy is the Prosper Strategy. This strategy encourages a person to become as prosperous as possible, using any system strategies that the system cannot target them for. Owning a normal business while not being involved politically or working a high-paying job while being a normal, non-political person, for instance. Then the person can use this money to support a wide diversity of political dissidents and organizations. […]
The Prosper Strategy will be what finances and funds those that can’t simultaneously make money and fight politically, because those who dissent from the system get expunged from positions of money-making. Again, see everyone getting removed from banking and use of credit cards. These people and their organizations can only run by those who support them financially, and those people are usually those who follow the Prosper Strategy.
We could definitely use rich people in these inside-the-system positions, quietly financing those of us who can strategize both inside and outside the system. Once someone is officially outside the system, the system rarely lets them back in. This provides a way for our more active dissidents to operate in both, while the Prosper Strategist can stay peacefully under the radar.
They are, in a military sense, the artillery in the back. Whereas the infiltrators are the spies. (Not everyone needs to be on the front lines—In fact, sometimes the support functions are more important in seizing victory).
The drawback to the Prosper Strategy is obviously providing aid and benefit to the enemy through whatever avenue they take to become prosperous. Their actions will help the state maintain itself and they will certainly pay more in taxes than a Lying Flat strategist. Their taxes will then get funneled into organizations that target us. Still, the importance of our financing artillery cannot be negated.
We still need the financiers. The leftists have theirs; we do not have our own.
Not everyone needs to be a public warrior. Some should make money conventionally and donate it under the radar. Those individuals who do so will do far more to support our collective overall objectives than most people are doing. And in truth, we simply cannot win without the benefactors. They are an essential element, one that is sadly often overlooked.
The benefactor strategy can even be combined with the archivist strategy. Both are covert, won’t get you doxxed, and are immensely needed/helpful for our goals. You can do both and not put any risk on the table.
If you desire the low-risk approach, consider becoming a benefactor. Work toward it and do not give up. Your fight matters, no matter the exact contribution or risk tolerance. We need everyone and their unique skillsets in this battle for the future of our nation. Figure out where you fit in and start dominating in that field.
This will be an ongoing series—I will have even more options coming soon. Stay tuned.
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