Sunday, June 2, 2024

Andrew Torba: Find Your Tribe And Start Building

Note: I received the following email this weekend from Andrew Torba, the CEO of Gab. He asked that we share it with others, so I am posting it here. In it he echoes much of what I have written about finding and creating Tribe. We will need others to survive what is coming, like it or not. We need to start building those connections now. By the way, I am active on Gab. Please follow me at

Find Your Tribe And Start Building

The recent guilty verdict in the rigged political witch hunt trial against President Trump has left many on the right questioning what our next steps should be. It’s clear that the forces aligned against us are relentless, and we must adapt our strategies to ensure the survival and growth of our movement. It was also very clear in 2020 that we aren’t going to simply vote our way out of the total and complete capture of our government by parasites with foreign allegiances who hate us.

So, now what?

As we look ahead, it’s crucial to remember that the path forward will require dedication, hard work, and a willingness to make sacrifices. We must not allow ourselves to be disheartened by the outcome of the trial or even the upcoming election, but rather, use these things as a catalyst for renewed determination and resilience. Even if Donald Trump wins the election that does not mean our work is done and we can sit back on the couch and zone out into the TV.

The challenges we face today are significant and complex, requiring a long-term and multi-generational effort to overcome. Our problems cannot be solved with one politician or one election, as some may suggest. Instead, we must focus on the real work of rebuilding a Christian society and creating a better future for ourselves and our posterity.

There are those who sit online all day, telling us to “vote harder” as if that alone will magically solve our problems. While voting is an important part of our civic duty, it is simply not enough to address the deep-seated issues that plague our society. We must not allow ourselves to be distracted by the political drama of the day and instead focus on the real work that needs to be done.

This work involves a number of key components, including the strengthening of our communities, the protection of our families, and the promotion of traditional values and principles. It requires us to invest in our own institutions and networks, rather than relying on the corrupt and broken systems that have failed us time and time again.

Furthermore, we must be willing to make sacrifices and engage in the hard work necessary to achieve our goals. This means dedicating ourselves to the long-term task of rebuilding society, even when progress is slow and setbacks are inevitable. It means prioritizing the needs of our families and communities over our own personal desires and ambitions.

One of the most important steps we can take is to find our tribe. We must surround ourselves with like-minded individuals who share our values, goals, and vision for the future. This means getting far away from enemy territory and establishing distinct communities where we can support one another and work together towards our common objectives.

Living in enemy territory can be a precarious and dangerous situation, especially when the enemy identifies you as a threat. In such circumstances, it is essential to be aware of the risks and challenges that you may face, including the potential for persecution and destruction by the so-called justice system.

The concept of a “jury of your peers” is meant to ensure a fair trial for those accused of a crime, but in reality, this is often far from the case. When you are living in enemy territory, your “peers” are likely to be people who hate you because of who you are, whether that be due to your race, religion, political beliefs, or any other characteristic that sets you apart from the dominant Regime culture.

As a result, you can expect judicial outcomes that match this reality. This means that you may be subjected to an unfair trial, where the jury is more interested in punishing you for who you are rather than determining your guilt or innocence based on the facts of the case. My advice is to avoid these situations by any means necessary by getting out of enemy territory and moving to where your tribe is.

The United States is witnessing an obvious trend of ideological balkanization, with liberals and conservatives increasingly clustering in distinct geographic regions, creating a stark political divide across the nation. This phenomenon is driven by individuals self-segregating into like-minded communities, with liberals gravitating towards “blue” states and conservatives towards “red” states.

States in the South and Midwest are now predominantly conservative strongholds, while the Northeast and West Coast have become liberal bastions. This geographic polarization is evident across various contentious issues, including abortion, gun control, immigration, and LGBTQ issues. This ideological balkanization poses significant challenges to national unity and governance. As states adopt increasingly divergent policies, the notion of a unified nation becomes impossible to imagine going forward.

Whether people like it or not, this is already happening and will continue to in the coming years. Balkanization and segregation are inevitable in a multi-cultural multi-ethnic society. People do this naturally as we are seeing play out right now with the great migrations into red and blue states. The liberal utopian ideal of egalitarianism has failed and will continue to do so. We must be prepared for this reality and start building or migrating to places with people who share our values.

In these communities of our own, we must focus on constructing and strengthening foundational infrastructure. This includes everything from local businesses and schools to churches and social organizations. By investing in our own institutions and networks, we can create a strong and self-sufficient base from which to launch our broader efforts.

Another critical aspect of our strategy must be to make a lot of babies. We have a duty to ensure the future of our people by raising strong, patriotic, and God-fearing children who will carry our torch for generations to come. This means embracing traditional family values and rejecting the destructive ideologies that seek to undermine the sanctity of marriage and the family unit.

As we build our communities and raise our families, we must also be diligent in safeguarding our territory, our people, and their minds. This means staying vigilant against the forces that would seek to infiltrate and subvert our efforts, as well as promoting a strong sense of cultural and intellectual self-defense.

Finally, we must remember to play the long game. Many people want to achieve maximal outcomes with minimal effort, but life simply doesn’t work that way. We must be prepared to put in the hard work necessary to build a better future for ourselves and our posterity.

The guilty verdict in the Trump trial serves as a stark reminder of the challenges we face as a movement. However, it also presents us with an opportunity to redouble our efforts and strengthen our resolve. By finding our tribe, building strong communities, making a lot of babies, and playing the long game, we can secure a brighter future for ourselves and generations to come.

Let’s get to work.

Andrew Torba
Christ is King


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