To be honest, when I went to that site, I laughed through a majority of the threads. The authors were clearly "whackos."
All except for one poster, whose thread sent shivers down my spine. His thread took the majority of the site's posters to task calling them "cyber-warriors" in their "lone wolf fantasies." He wrote off their obsession with apocalyptic race-wars, bombings, shootings and all, as fantasy-based drivel that will never come to pass. He stated (quite correctly) that should they run around bombing and shooting on any large scale, White folks that feared the destruction/disruption of the infra-structure that makes their life so comfortable would be among the first to take up arms to quell any "revolution."
Rather, he advised that White folk abstain from drug and/or alcohol abuse; get an education, or a better education; get a job, or a better one; start a business, or grow the one you have; practice cooperative economics with like-minded folks; find and marry quality mates, and have plenty of children, teaching those children to be proud of their heritage and legacy.
Does any of this sound familiar? Can anyone argue that this prescription is not a formula for radical change?
I've never really be concerned with the whacko fringe element, that run around wearing sheets and fatigues, preaching armed revolution. They are easily recognized and largely written off as whackos by the very people they are trying to influence. I am more concerned with the David Dukes, Rush Limbaughs and Ward Connellys of the world. Those folks that put forth seemingly reasoned arguments that seem reasonable to insecure middle america White folk.