>we have a 'special relationship' with /pol/
>I see redpilling a fascist as [...] valuable
Can I ask why you are of this opinion? I don't agree and consider /pol/ to be small and increasingly irrelevant -- even if they become relevant - they become relevant in the manner in which we need to have strong numbers in a red army to neutralize them, before they succeed in acting at the behest of the conservation of capital.
>infinitely more valuable than making a left-libertarian mildly less SJW-fied
Meanwhile, the demographic of "liberal" (in the broadest sense of the term) is by far larger, more relevant, and pertinent to our immediate work: in ridding the proletariat of false consciousness, in countering dominant ideology succinctly, in knowing what arguments to prioritize to the average person (an unconscious liberal) and why that is. This may sound easy, but it's not. It requires deep philosophical, historical, economic, sociological and lately ecological understanding on the part of our side. Liberals rely on modern economics, psychology, sociology, public relations, massmedia... Nazis rely on deprecated anthropology from a century ago and appeals to emotion.
Do we want to be influential?
Because I think that we could be.
We aren't now.