One thing I disagree with is that anyone and everyone who calls out Jewish crimes against humanity is immediately on our side, or at least you shouldn't be endorsing people who do so because you might later on find out that they're Trump-supporters, Zionists, liars, LARPers, or actual CIA/Mossad controlled opposition. I care more about honesty and facts.
That is not to say that if you don't like a person, that person couldn't tell the truth. Same with someone like Kevin MacDonald, I don't like him, and he appears to be a Jew worshipping Zionist, but he tells many facts in his earlier books. So simply share the facts, or the book itself but do not endorse people unless you know them, or trust them 100%.> Imageboards are not the way to go if you truly wish to rise up and destroy the enemy.
I think a Web Of Trust based system works best, if someone shares good information you can follow that person, and (possibly) partially follow and partially see people that person follow.
The act of 'following' could be as simple as going to h
And if you want to follow multiple person (and partially follow the people that person follows) you got to h
Or the ability to create groups (much like subreddits/boards) with multiple persons in them.
Though how would a newcomer know where to post to, and what would happen in they post something to h
ttps://website.com/u/<group or multiple people>
Would everyone in that group receive an email, or would it appear in h
ttps://website.com/u/<group or multiple people>/untrusted