Russell Lamberti is an economist and strategist at Sakeliga (Afrikaans for “business league”), a South African organisation focused on combating state overreach, through business alliances and litigation, and creating institutional frameworks for holding authorities accountable.
Simply put, it’s about winning.
As Russell explained in our conversation, there are very dark globalist forces at play, such as the Covid tyranny that billions of people have experienced, and there are two possible outcomes in the war for freedom:
- we lose; or
- we win.
I like being on the side that wins.
Winning requires action instead of being a keyboard warrior, moaning and sharing links about how “they’re coming for me“. Yes, they are coming for me, and they will get me if I let them. What am I doing to stop them? For example, a criminal tries to break into my home; do I sit back and let him succeed, or do I take action?
The black pill is ultra cynicism and nihilism and, ultimately, it’s about being a loser. Throwing in the towel is defeatist, and victimhood mentality is neither something I respect nor make time for. Disappointingly, the grievance industry flourishes in the “truther” communities.
The white pill is using information that I’ve gathered, and doing something with it. That is, it’s about taking responsibility. Even if the obstacles are huge.
A practical example of state-proofing might be the following.
A school wants to build a transgender bathroom for the pupils. As Walt Heyer said, transgenderism is a mental illness and should be treated as such. I could get together with the parents and convince the school not to go ahead with it. Additionally, with institutional backing, a private school, that rejects transgenderism, could be built and supported.
My conversation with Russell is extremely important.
After all, it’s about winning.