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Oh, yeah, Milo Got outed...

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1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 7:55:57 PM EST (GMT-5)
You don't have to spend any time on reddit at all to learn about this stuff.
And Richard F*ckface Spencer lives in my state, and stages his white supremacist protests not that far from where I live. There was a smaller white supremacist rally two towns over from me, not a month ago.
Some of us don't have the luxury of just ignoring these people, because we're surrounded by them.
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 8:10:30 PM EST (GMT-5)
yeah, that's the problem.
not reddit tomfoolery, but the fact that the internet people (not only reddit, but plenty of other forums) are taking it off the forums and organizing in real spaces that will affect real things.
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 9:16:26 PM EST (GMT-5)
Man, you remember that time Buzzfeed broke the pissing hooker Trump story.
These guys are great.
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 9:35:33 PM EST (GMT-5)
You mean the time they reported the details of what was in a dossier? And were crystal clear about the fact that all of the allegations were unverified?

Nice try.
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 10:06:09 PM EST (GMT-5)
Crystal clear BUT reported it!
Lol
Gtfo
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 10:06:43 PM EST (GMT-5)
Buzzfeed.
BUZZFEED
Lol
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 10:15:14 PM EST (GMT-5)
No one has refuted the facts that a) that dossier exists and was prepared at least in part by Christopher Steele, who was a British intelligence official, and b) what Buzzfeed published was in it.
Maybe you just don't understand how journalism works, but it's absolutely correct to report things like that as "unverified" and "speculation," which is exactly what they did. Plenty of other outlets reported its existence, but didn't publish the details.

If you can specifically refute anything about this article (which is entirely unrelated to the Steele Dossier), please feel free. I'd love to see it.
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 11:36:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 10/8/17 - 6:27:56 PM mousepelled wrote:
and relatedly, there's a sneaky movement I've noticed on reddit to bring theredpill boys over to the alt right. Chiefly, GLO and robert Fisher, ahem, redpillschool. I'm not entirely certain what their endgame is there. why the effort to convert young boys trying to get laid into neonazi type politics? just for kicks?


The whole thing is about money, ultimately. Back in the 80's and 90's white supremacy made a lot of money off hate rock. The numbers weren't huge in terms of attendance, but they didn't need to be, because usually there were Nazis in charge of the venue, the record labels the band's were on, etc., etc. So even if there were only 300 Nazis in the area, they were all spending at least $10 per week on Nazi related activities. Over time, across all the scenes, that adds up, and eventually you got to see
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 11:48:12 PM EST (GMT-5)
events like Oklahoma City and the Olympics bombing, both which had Christian Identity (a Nazi religious movement) ties. Now this whole thing got shut down by Antifa pairing with the ska and punk scenes in the late 90's, ruining their recruitment attempts.

Eventually the Nazis moved on to black metal and industrial scenes, but those are largely European, so there's not much money left for Americans, but the Americans don't want to take a piece of the European pie, because they are interconnected.

Therefore, there's only one avenue for them: recruiting. Now, the converting casual racists thing might seem like fish in a barrel, but the reality is that most casual racists don't want to be in hate groups, either they know they're wrong but can't figure out how to be not wrong or they just don't want all the work of organizing. It's probably some of both.
1 month ago - Sunday 10/8/17 - 11:55:57 PM EST (GMT-5)
However, redpill types are semi-organized already and full of the target demographic of angry young white men. I suspect, however, that this will fail because to be a Neo-Nazi is to be one of 8 dudes banging out one Nazi chick, or is to be one of 8 dudes serving under the dude that gets to bang the chick. That's their life, and that's just not red pill dream compatible.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 3:05:39 AM EST (GMT-5)
yeah, I am trying ro see how it can be monitized, too.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 3:18:25 AM EST (GMT-5)
I mean, Fisher is obviously bitter about being ousted from his seat and he has a grudge I don't think that's monetary.


the others, idk. I suspect it's a covert turn to try to return to marriage 1.0, as they call it. I think the majority want their virgin wife and want to be part of a movement that encourages this (despite idle talk of plates
).
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 6:11:15 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 10/8/17 - 10:15:14 PM birdsong4j wrote:
No one has refuted the facts that a) that dossier exists and was prepared at least in part by Christopher Steele, who was a British intelligence official, and b) what Buzzfeed published was in it. Maybe you just don't understand how journalism works, but it's absolutely correct to report things like that as "unverified" and "speculation," which is exactly what they did. Plenty of other outlets reported its existence, but didn't publish the details. If you can specifically refute anything about this article (which is entirely unrelated to the Steele Dossier), please feel free. I'd love to see it.

Lol they f*cked up and we’re called out on it by even the most liberal news sources, yet, shockingly, here you are defending it.
But please, tell me how journalism works.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 7:39:06 AM EST (GMT-5)
I didn't realize that good journalism involves publishing unverified information and speculation as news. I always thought it was about reporting facts...
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 7:44:57 AM EST (GMT-5)
No.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 8:41:42 AM EST (GMT-5)
I’m interested to see how the lawsuits against buzzfeed around the dossiers play out.

The dossier was an open secret in the government and journalists circles. It’s existance was newsworthy, yet the contents were not substantiated.

So at what point does the people’s right to know dwarf the heming and hawing of politicians, journalists, and the “elite.”

If the pee-pee tape part was not specifically called out and they just referred more generally to Russia having compromising material I think the way this was viewed would be entirely different.

But we have to remember that this was not a state sanctioned counter intelligence doc. But it certainly has counter intelligence value.

That is why it made its way to the FBI via McCain.

I don’t think this document should have stayed hidden until the end of the Russia investigation, but it’s veracity will be borne out as part of it.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 8:44:47 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 10/9/17 - 3:05:39 AM mousepelled wrote:
yeah, I am trying ro see how it can be monitized, too.


Well, with Neo-Nazis, it's with clicks. Bannon straight up admitted to whipping up media frenzies surrounding PC targets to create gamer gate by paying people to troll message boards and link to people like Anita Sarkeesian which ultimately lead to even more clicks on his site, which spent a lot of time producing inflammatory criticisms of her. It's monetization.

But red pill dudes? They don't give a fxck about money like that. They neither want political power, nor to commit acts of terror, nor to control people. They just sort of want to bitch, nag and moan the world to death until they "change the culture," and as such they're more than willing to produce content on other venues like reddit where they expose themselves to a wider audience.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 9:49:57 AM EST (GMT-5)
The only bigger joke than Milo is Buzzfeed news.

Stop giving these media trolls attention. It's hilarious watching people take any of this seriously.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 10:12:51 AM EST (GMT-5)
Neo-Nazis earning money is always serious. That's how you get Oklahoma City bombings.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 10:17:03 AM EST (GMT-5)
Keep feeding him. Watch him grow. He got more popular after the pedo stuff, and a buzzfeed news (pfffffft) article isn't going to stop him either. If anything it's going to help him.

Good job guys
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 10:42:27 AM EST (GMT-5)
Nah. Being outed as a Neo-Nazi is where the game stops, you get rotated out because you can no longer take that money and funnel it in to Neo-Nazi sources, which finds hate crimes. It doesn't matter if people watch him or pay attention to him, if he gets outed as connected to hate groups, the money he makes has to be handled clean. The even bigger haul here is Ban on for the same reasons. Both these guys are now on watch, which means law enforcement is watching their money, which is what matters.

1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 12:32:05 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 10/9/17 - 7:39:06 AM CowDung wrote:
I didn't realize that good journalism involves publishing unverified information and speculation as news. I always thought it was about reporting facts...

MOTHER F*CKING JONES refused to publish it because they couldn’t verify anything.
The only reason Buzzfeed published it, was so they could claim they won.
They lost.
Journalism at its worse, for those of us that understand what true journalism is.
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 12:32:52 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 10/8/17 - 7:46:17 PM CuckingFunt wrote:
You guys spend too much time on reddit. It's making your mind into mush. [image]

LOlol
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 12:44:20 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 10/9/17 - 7:39:06 AM CowDung wrote:
I didn't realize that good journalism involves publishing unverified information and speculation as news. I always thought it was about reporting facts...
On Monday 10/9/17 - 12:32:05 PM theBSR wrote:
MOTHER F*CKING JONES refused to publish it because they couldn’t verify anything. The only reason Buzzfeed published it, was so they could claim they won. They lost. Journalism at its worse, for those of us that understand what true journalism is.


I wonder how the whole Obama was born in Kenya story managed to break into mainstream media reports,
1 month ago - Monday 10/9/17 - 1:01:48 PM EST (GMT-5)
Because they reported it.
Must be true.

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