The world works in such a way that if you lose a war whatever that war may be, you lose EVERYTHING. If you lose, you die. You either win or disappear permanently.
The biggest war raging right now is not military in nature, it isn't country A vs country B; it's societal and internal. It's the great replacement. It's the elite corporate world assaulting the population. It's cultural marxism and and the slow march forward to the subversion of society.
They are the dominant force, and they have won the war. They're victorious in having brainwashed and won over the vast majority demographically in both the under-attack ethnic whites and the immigrating darker populations. There will be some resistance but what will 300 strong really change ultimately ?
Woe to the vanquished. It's quite frankly inevitable. Winner takes all.
Considering that. It's likely naive and wasteful to spend too much time dwelling on it and ironically (and interestingly) it might even just be a very negative spiral, downwards. If you're spending vast amounts of time on a song that will never be released or trying to bring sense into a hopeless person with the stubborn mind of a child, you're effectively wasting your time. Time wasting brings about a feeling of unfulfillment, powerlessness, defeat. Negativity. In sense, death. It is perhaps better to drop the endeavor altogether and work towards a path that can bring about real change, breathe life into the individual and the people around him, move forward and build.