Maybe I'm smoking crack, but doesn't it feel like rightoids generally don't have radical thoughts? It's like, killing a bunch of jews and niggas isn't exactly a radical thought when it's been done so often. Agitating to further reduce the amount of time people spend working per week, no matter how well articulated, is usually met with dismissal, even by those who are amenable to the idea.
On the other hand, maybe like a third of the people I've met (mostly white) genuinely can get behind the idea of an ethnostate, or any other of the bullshit /pol/ pushes if you sanitize it enough to where it seems like patriotism. I don't think a lot of conservative talk shows would be all that popular if large amounts of people in the USA didn't already feel that way to some degree. Teflon Don is nearly saint like figure to his supporters, and a huge part of his campaign and overall appeal was the green light to be as openly racist as possible.
I mean fuck, Jim Crow laws used to be a thing. I don't know why /pol/ seems to think yelling roody poo in public places is as radical as shit like John Locke saying, "yo, private property n shit" like a billion years ago or Garrrls Margs :D D D D in the present day bring like "ogay we musd abolish da provate proberdy :DD D D"