An Ancient Body of Knowledge
It may be viewed as sacrelige, but I was thinking if most of the readers of the NW Observer have computers, then why are you bothering to put so much money & effort into the publication & mailing of it? How many actually are w/o computers? You could save alot of time & money by making it mostly online & maybe mailed to a small handful of subscribers. I don't need a printed copy.
Just my 2 cents worth.
Basically, Northwest Observer is the last toehold the Movement has in the real, physical world, to give our people something real that they can hold in their hands, before this whole things becomes nothing more than a computer game for sad old men sending one another electronic newspaper clippings.
This was the front page lead from Northwest Observer #72, which you must have missed:
As narcissistic as this sounds, it may be a good idea to examine the role in our struggle of the Northwest Observer itself. Since the internet is so inexpensive and so much more easy, why do we need a printed publication at all? What does this old-fashioned periodical propose to accomplish, and how?
I will say again what I have said hundreds of times before, although I know that no one believes me. I am convinced that at some point in the future, our Movement is going to lose the internet in some way. ZOG has been trying for years to find some effective method of muzzling dissent in cyberspace, or of denying access to it to those whose minds are insufficiently under control. Eventually they’re going to find one.
Secondly, for years I’ve been shocked and appalled at the level of ignorance prevalent in "our" ranks regarding what might be called the basics, the fundamental facts and ideas and concepts of our entire belief system and the history of the White movement itself. This is especially true on the part of younger people who drift into our ranks through the internet. Few of them have any idea who Henry Ford or Francis Parker Yockey even were. Few of them know what the Protocols of the Elders of Zion are, never mind having actually read them. Few of them can explain what the Federal Reserve is or why it is wrong. In depth racial or Judaic knowledge? Forget it. Khazar? What’s a Khazar?
We need what Oliver Cromwell described as "plain men in russet coats who know why they fight and love what they know." There has to be some basic grounding in the facts of history, economics, politics, and ideology so that our own people will have at least some vague idea of what it’s all about. It used to be there were a dozen journals in the Movement explaining these basic tenets to people, like Instauration, Liberty Bell, The Cross and the Flag, South African Observer, and the old Perseverance. Now they are all gone, their editors dead or superannuated. The Northwest Observer must carry on that tradition.