My problem isn't with religion, it's with the type of thinking that makes religion bad, and this is apparent among those in the secular circles on both the far-right(/3rd position), far-left, and in between the two.
They make claims that are not true, hide from claims about their position that they don't like, have unclear goals and no plan at all (and no interest in trying to address these issues), have no interest in anything that may be productive (especially if it means compromising on their pet dogma's influence over their end of the conflict, or working with those outside their circles of faith), it's everything their way or no way at all, and this is dooming them to inactivity, they'd rather the white race die out than thrive without their favorite ideology.
To those to whom this may most directly concern - Here are my demands:
Tell me what YOU think NatSoc is, give me all your proposals for political policies, and then we can talk about whether or not they should be supported. Don't refer me to the "mein kampf" again, I want to hear what you personally want in a country, because obviously you don't actually want a complete 1:1 recreation of 1930's/1940's Germany, you don't even accept the full extent of what that would imply (I know for a fact you would not want Hitler's full ideas on race and religion to be in effect, I know you want things done differently now than what was done then, quit pretending to be purist then rejecting the source material you recommended to me).
Stop adding unnecessary shit to our cause, we need to demand the absolute minimum essentials, because we need numbers, we need to be heard, we need to be flexible if we are going to have any chance at winning, strict obedience to an strict list of standards is chocking us out. We want to save our people and their future. Atheist, Christian, Pagan, Capitalist, NatSoc, or whatever else there may be, it doesn't matter.
If they genuinely defend and advocate for the white gentile race, if they accept the truth about the Jews, about race, about sex, about "sexuality", about the world and society, the truth about science and history. Then nothing else matters, and they are our allies, if we agree on the same set of factual claims, and on the idea that the white race is glorious, that it is under threat and needs to be defended, we need no more in common between us.
lastly, stop shooting down anyone who comes up with a suggested course of action if you have no alternative plan to suggest in it's place, all you are doing by killing "idea guys" is killing our ability to do anything at all.
This goes especially to those of you who attack the idea of meeting up or establishing some form of offline community, not everyone here has the people or resources you have, and if nothing illegal is being proposed, there is no reason to bring up the powers-that-be in our countries, except to kill any effectiveness we may have at reaching beyond our niche imageboards. People need each other, an wanting to find someone you can hang out with and be your real self around is not anything to demean or insult, it's one of the things that makes our race strong.
also, a lot of us are not wealthy or even decently off, some of us are dirt poor, no excess funds to our names, and so we may suggest someone who has the financial resources use them to do something we feel needs to be done, but which we cannot afford to do ourselves.
a lot of us are alone, with no one we can trust or be honest with, so when one of us asks one of you who has the support of others to use this team to do something important to the cause which we are unable to, we are not doing anything wrong by doing so.
And yea, some people may bring up "optics", how using neutral language and being very specific and minimalistic with your words is going to be more effective than saying "the kikes run the world and hate white people" or "the niggers are stupid and criminal". we should only talk about the very minimum our data is saying, and no more, we must be very specific with our claims such that they cannot be refuted even in a small part, we must use words that do not convey any sort of bias or personal involvement with our claims, and we must not offend more than we absolutely have to.
being vulgar and outrageous attracts to us attention, but not any attention we can use.it reinforces stereotypes about ourselves that aid the enemy, that we are unreasonable, emotional, ignorant, and violent.
Lastly, working outside the political system towards a political goal is not code for breaking the law, organization and activism need not be suicidal re-enactments of the media's portrayal of Charlottesville, and there is nothing wrong with going outside and doing something you planned to do on /pol/.
we must take risks to accomplish anything, politics requires risk-taking, and yes, we are well aware of the dangers before we even suggest something, we are saying that the risks are worth it.