Why do I stress the newsletter so often?
Simple: Because it is the only truly reliable way we can stay connected outside of this website.
Social media is not reliable. If trends continue, I’ll be booted off every single social media platform in due time for wrongthink.
Search engines are even more damning. Google and their ilk has been modifying its algorithms to annihilate most other conservative platforms for decades at this point.
Every single method of reaching an audience is being slowly eroded for new and upcoming content creators. Those with money, influence, or the willingness to sell out aren’t exactly impacted by it.
But people like me and this website? We don’t stand much of a chance.
While I anxiously await for the dominance of alternative platforms, the simple fact is that they will never be as powerful as the current Silicon Valley stranglehold corporations. Not under the current capitalist system. We can never truly compete against their monopolies.
So, we adapt. And we adapt with our own platforms and our own information distribution channels. That involves two things that I currently have in my power to utilize: this website and email newsletters.
While I encourage every reader to bookmark us, the easiest way to secure that engagement permanently is to signup for our monthly newsletter.
It costs nothing, I’ll never sell your email, and you only get 1-2 emails a month. It’s a low cost, high reward situation for both parties.
I make sure that I have a direct communication line to my audience that globalist corporations can’t interrupt. In return my readers get a free, low frequency, and badass monthly newsletter of our recent articles.
It’s a win-win.
Most importantly, it keeps us like-minded folk together when every single corporation seems to be foaming at the mouth to tear us apart and decentralize our communities.
They can take down our social media pages, our ability to appear in search results, the sharing of our articles, and even the mere mention of us on their “private platforms”. But they have no power to remove our own platforms whether that be our privately hosted website or private email.
So if you support us, like reading our articles, or just want to be a part of the community if stuff heads south, sign up for our newsletter. We’ll happily welcome you.