Nearly ten years ago, (((Joel Stein))) published in article in the LA Times entitled, “Who Runs Hollywood? C’mon!” In it, he gleefully explains that his hostile globalist tribe has a stranglehold on our popular media, rubbing our noses in the Jewish domination of our nation’s entertainment industry. He strikes a different tone today, woefully groaning about how the new media–social media–is dominated by a defiantly non-Jewish cultural vanguard which barely existed way back in 2008.
“How Trolls Are Ruining the Internet” is a beautiful inversion of his triumphant article celebrating Jewish power. The future didn’t quite play out like our elites hoped, with the Internet unleashing a transformative backlash of White male creative energy and talent that had been suppressed by the gatekeepers of popular infotainment. It could only result in this. This anti-globalist global network is inherently anti-elitist, an organic meritocracy where Jewish nepotism and elite networking counts for nothing.
Not only does her uncle being Chuck Schumer not win her any sitcoms or specials on Twitter, it counts against poor Amy.
The opening line gave me a chuckle, offering a window into how privately distressed they are by the revolution taking place.
This story is not a good idea. Not for society and certainly not for me. Because what trolls feed on is attention. And this little bit–these several thousand words–is like leaving bears a pan of baklava.
He belongs to the dominant school of thought which goes that if everybody just stopped reacting to us, we would cease to matter. I don’t know what more we’ve got to do to make it clear that we’re not merely a handful of alienated and isolated jerks on the Internet. When a handful of alienated and isolated jerks are winning major party primary campaigns, threatening to elbow our way into the Senate, and winning every single online poll known to man, perhaps there are more of us than you’re willing to admit and you’re the one who’s growing alienated and isolated.
The Jews who run Hollywood openly despise gentiles, and their culture of contempt for White Christian culture permeates nothing more completely than their teen-oriented faire. In their fevered Semitic imaginations, the goyim are all big mean jocks who go around beating up on the little guy. That’s what we are to them. We’re the Pharaoh and the Philistines to their Hebrews, the unintelligent brutes who constantly threaten the helpless but gifted and chosen implicitly Jewish protagonists.
Trolls are turning social media and comment boards into a giant locker room in a teen movie, with towel-snapping racial epithets and misogyny.
What he’s saying here is that the Internet has become unbearably goyische. He’s obviously not objecting to crudeness and vulgarity. He’s a huge fan of Sarah Silverman and Amy Schumer’s vile insults to our own habits and morals. Silverman carrying on with her obnoxious vocal fry about crucifying Christ all over again and Schumer’s chortling about abortion is good clean fun for him and them. You see, it’s funny when White culture is under constant attack, and it’s not funny when the shoe is on the kosher foot.
In 2012, after feminist Anita Sarkeesian started a Kickstarter campaign to fund a series of YouTube videos chronicling misogyny in video games, she received bomb threats at speaking engagements, doxxing threats, rape threats and an unwanted starring role in a video game called Beat Up Anita Sarkeesian.
I’m so fucking tired of hearing about this. While the liberals and Jews kvetch about toothless anonymous troll threats, I’ve had bricks thrown through the plate glass windows of political events I was hosting. I’ve been physically attacked multiple times. Our director Thomas Buhls has had a brick with a death threat thrown through his home’s window. Matthew Heimbach receives more death threats per month than poor little Anita has received her entire career. Just this weekend alone, we’ve casually rearranged our local events around credible plans to shoot us.
Grow the hell up. Whether it was in the early days of Nazi Germany when the Nazis emerged to fight back against the Bolshevik gangs or today in my own White Nationalist work, these globalists always throw the first punches and then cry up a storm when we fight back. As the reliable old proverb goes, “The Jew cries out as he strikes you.”
In June of this year, Jonathan Weisman, the deputy Washington editor of the New York Times, quit Twitter, on which he had nearly 35,000 followers, after a barrage of anti-Semitic messages. At the end of July, feminist writer Jessica Valenti said she was leaving social media after receiving a rape threat against her daughter, who is 5 years old.
In Joel’s mind, the toothless and irrelevant anonymous rape threat against the woman’s daughter is a big moral crisis, while the Rotterham Muslim gang rape epidemic is only problematic to the extent that it may fuel Islamophobic bigotry. The moral myopia of Stein and his cohorts is astonishing. They’ve managed to wall themselves in their own echo chamber of moral preening, the original “safe space” of the cosmopolitan cloister. Now the Internet has leveled the playing field, allowing us to trigger the living shit out of them.
Trolling is, overtly, a political fight. Liberals do indeed troll–sex-advice columnist Dan Savage used his followers to make Googling former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum’s last name a blunt lesson in the hygienic challenges of anal sex.
It’s funny when they smear a Christian family man with stomach-churning references to the syrupy mixture of blood, semen, feces, and mucus homosexuals regularly contend with. It’s not funny when we fight back. When we fight back, it’s problematic.
The alt-right’s favorite insult is to call men who don’t hate feminism “cucks,” as in “cuckold.” Republicans who don’t like Trump are “cuckservatives.” Men who don’t see how feminists are secretly controlling them haven’t “taken the red pill,” a reference to the truth-revealing drug in The Matrix. They derisively call their adversaries “social-justice warriors” and believe that liberal interest groups purposely exploit their weakness to gain pity, which allows them to control the levers of power. Trolling is the alt-right’s version of political activism, and its ranks view any attempt to take it away as a denial of democracy
The trolling of Santorum in the most vile manner comprehensible is a chucklefest, a clever and funny expression of political speech. Our retaliation is illegitimate speech, “hate speech.” The formal definition of “hate speech” is any and all speech that Joel Stein hates. According to Joel, it has no place in the democratic political process and ought to be censored.
In July, trolls who had long been furious that the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters starred four women instead of men harassed the film’s black co-star Leslie Jones so badly on Twitter with racist and sexist threats–including a widely copied photo of her at the film’s premiere that someone splattered semen on–that she considered quitting the service.
For the record, Leslie Jones was also engaging in hateful speech, harassment, and threats on Twitter. It’s just that she’s at the top of the “progressive stack” and the White male Ghostbuster fans teasing the comedian are at the bottom. The referees were called on to shove the White males back to the bottom, offering Milo as a sacrifice.
“In the mid-2000s, Internet culture felt very separate from pop culture,” says Katie Notopoulos, who reports on the web as an editor at BuzzFeed and co-host of the Internet Explorer podcast. “This small group of people are trying to stand their ground that the Internet is dark and scary, and they’re trying to scare people off. There’s such a culture of viciously making fun of each other on their message boards that they have this very thick skin. They’re all trained up.”
Contemporary political discourse belongs to the men and women who can survive and thrive in the environment of unfettered discourse afforded by the Internet. I was early to the Internet, logging onto IRC on my 486 as a young teen back in the mid-nineties. What Joel and others don’t realize is that there’s a rather coherent honor code among us Internet “trolls,” it’s just not his honor code. This is our space, and every attempt by the elites to impose the elite-sanctioned culture and morality on us will fail.
Stein describes his failed attempt at interviewing White Nationalist master troll Weev, apparently failing to grasp that the man’s contempt for him isn’t a socially unacceptable posture intended to “troll.” He actually hates Stein and what his people have done and continue to do to our society. We principled dissidents are bundled in with pranksters simply out to offend people. These are two distinct phenomena, though Stein would like to pretend that the people challenging his neo-liberal agenda are the same people telling confused teens to hang themselves.
“The idea of the basement dweller drinking Mountain Dew and eating Doritos isn’t accurate,” she says. “They would be a doctor, a lawyer, an inspirational speaker, a kindergarten teacher. They’d send lovely gifts and be a normal person.” These are real people you might know, Moreno says. There’s no real-life indicator. “It’s more complex than just being good or bad. It’s not all men either; women do take part in it.”
When sites are overrun by trolls, they drown out the voices of women, ethnic and religious minorities[Jews], gays–anyone who might feel vulnerable.
It seems like Milo, who’s gay, has it figured out. Homosexuals are most definitely proportionately represented among the dissidents. Plenty of women, especially young women, are getting the hang of it. Black Twitter fights back just fine. Muslims are getting the hang of it, too. Just look at ISIS! Honestly, the only minority that can’t help but lose its shit about this cultural transformation is the Jews. Being the group most privileged by the status quo, with by far the most to lose, it’s no surprise that they’re the ones in an open panic.
West says that even though she’s been toughened by all the abuse, she is thinking of writing for TV, where she’s more insulated from online feedback
Heh. For now. We’ll be taking that from y’all too in due time.