People love to find any excuse for inaction. If you want to be popular in your social group, find a position that is both extremist and advocates that you wait for some event that will never happen.
We see these at every level. Mainstream Republicans are waiting for Jesus to return from the dead to mobilize everyone, and the underground Right seems to want zombie Hitler to return for the same reason, or a race war or collapse to happen.
All of these are fantasy. The risk here is that we do not get a sudden event, but gradually slide into third world irrelevance as we pursue insane belief systems like democracy, equality, multiculturalism, and entitlements.
This means that if we do not regain control of our nations, we end up being failures like the other 95% of humanity. If that happens, we become genetically destroyed (genocide) and never rise again.
Luckily for us, “by any means necessary” does not mean that we adopt the most extreme means possible, but that we use anything at our disposable, starting with the softest impact, such as the systems of democracy.
We can implement those through two steps: first, the precinct strategy to get real conservatives into power instead of these plastic fake conservatives who have ruled since WW1:
Are you a registered Republican? Guess what? As a “mere” registered Republican voter, without more, you did not have a vote in the election of the present leadership of the Republican Party.
About half of the Republican Party precinct committeeman slots, nationwide, are unfilled! There’s about 400,000 slots nationwide and about 200,000 of those slots are vacant.
Spend a few moments and picture this in your mind’s eye: thousands of conservatives flock into the Republican Party and join it as precinct committeemen. And, in the next internal party elections, these conservatives (you, me and others) elect new, conservative leadership.
Following that, when we have enough candidates in office — and keep in mind that, as intended by the founding fathers, the rural areas have more representatives to counter the populous cities — we can focus on the convention of states to alter the Constitution:
A convention of states is a convention called by the state legislatures for the purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution. They are given power to do this under Article V of the Constitution. It is not a constitutional convention. It cannot throw out the Constitution because its authority is derived from the Constitution.
If we are thinking clearly, we will demand that all amendments past the Bill of Rights be abolished, specifically the fourteenth amendment, since a new amendment can repeal old ones. Even more, we need to add a provision for an American monarchy, since democracy has clearly failed.