>People these days are too stupid to comprehend complicated things and have really short attention spans, just like niggers.
Wrong and extremely self-centered.
It takes very little time and effort to realize that a sizeable part of the western cultural canon exists to teach people about scammers, tricksters, frauds, and the like: the average man doesn't refuse to read a wordy manifesto because he's stupid and doesn't like you and your clearly superior ideas, but because he's smart enough to recognize the situation he's been warned about a million times before.
Sure, maybe this time all those pretty words that go against his conventional wisdom might be spoken in truth, but it's far more likely that someone is once again trying to take advantage of him.
>Infographics should be made with retards in mind
Infographics should be made to convey information quickly and convincingly.
The fact that you think of this as "made with retards in mind" shows that you're the classic"redpilled" anon that's incapable of engaging with the wider public, aka anyone who doesn't already share most of your beliefs.
>so there is still place for walls of text for people who don't find reading hard.
Those aren't infographics by any stretch of the imagination, so they don't belong in this thread.
I would go as far as to argue that they should be used in moderation in general, you know a cultural movement is on its deathbed when its internal discussion involves throwing around words written by others far more than writing your own.
More to the point: your infographics suck.
4 is good, a bit too on the nose but the rest is fine: couple links to the unliked sources might help, and having a jewishvirtuallibrary link is pretty smart.
2 could be good if you slashed the self-referential and masturbatory top half and added proper sources, also I'd suggest not comparing to the white rate but to the average rate (or average for the rest of the population) as the message is sufficiently unpopular on its own so you should try to soften the blow.
3 is garbage, putting CDC and FBI sources right next to a gay book that tries to ape Lombroso's retardation is a fantastic way to lose any reader that might have sticked with you up until then.
1 barely qualifies as an infographic with its subjective and unsourceable focus, and will be dismissed immediately by anyone who doesn't already agree with it (and quite a few who do).
5 is cancer: zero sources, too much text, openly refers to itself as "copypasta"...
The fact that you even thought it was a good idea to post it is the very reason that prevents you from being taken seriously.