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Friday, May 12, 2017

Fear of an Alternative Media

Media Matters is attempting to scare its readers again.


Then again, perhaps they are right to be scared. The chart below only includes YouTube, a medium which most of us evil Alt-Media types don't even use. I mean, Media Matters doesn't even mention Andrew Torba and Gab, despite it now being the most significant Alt-Media organization besides InfoWars. Nor do they mention Infogalactic, despite the rapid growth of Infogalactic News and Infogalactic Tech. Then again, I suppose their idea is to send an exciting little frisson of fear up the spine of their readers, not make them wet themselves.



What is a bit ironic is the fact that we learned the importance of this "incestuous" relationships from them. Specifically, from the Left's portrayal of the New Atheists, aka The Four Horsemen of Atheism, who were never anywhere nearly as closely connected as the media made them appear, or as the Alt-Media actually is. I found it amusing that they don't have me tied, even indirectly, either Mike or Milo, even though Milo wrote the Foreword to SJWAL, Mike wrote the Foreword to Cuckservative, and Castalia publishes one of Mike's books. But then, as their YouTube chart tends to indicate, Media Matters is not the sort of organization filled with people who actually read books.

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75 Comments:

Anonymous DirkH May 12, 2017 4:47 AM  

Nice demonology, and congrats for being declared chairsatan!

Blogger Mr. Excitement May 12, 2017 4:52 AM  


The younger generation isn't glued to the television like the Gen-Xers and Boomers, hence traditional media is dying a slow death.

I've been reading the "cord cutting" stories for years, with the latest symptom of it being the layoffs at ESPN.

I remember 10-15 years ago, MSNBC gave the old lefty fossil Phil Donahue a nightly show in its quest to compete with Foxnews. It was an embarrassing failure.

Donahue's show got an average of approx. 40 thousand viewers a night. Forty thousand viewers for a primetime show on a major network backed by NBC and Microsoft.

I'll continue to eat popcorn while enjoying the slow motion train wreck that is the Big 3 networks.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer May 12, 2017 6:03 AM  

The top chart is probably what gave Brock a heart attack. Either that or it was all that pizza he has been enjoying at his ex's establishment.

Blogger JACIII May 12, 2017 6:07 AM  

Holy Shit! You got placed on a parallel with Ann Coulter! If you achieve nothing further in this life you can hang your hat on that.

The Dark Lord and The Goddess go into a bar....

Anonymous Rocklea May 12, 2017 6:09 AM  

I wonder how long it will take for the lies, Doubling down and projection to occur in this article? Lets have a look then:

"On the coattails of President Donald Trump’s successful election campaign and an anti-"political correctness" wave, an alternative right-wing media echo chamber successfully reverberated itself into virtual relevance on social media, where it now reaches millions of people every day. This new-media ecosystem exists outside of traditional newspapers and cable news networks, instead taking to social sites like Facebook, Twitter, Periscope, Reddit, and YouTube to promote its far-right nationalist politics and conspiracy-laden worldviews to an audience it has isolated and now dominates as its preferred news source."

Well that sure didn't take long did it?

Hello...helloo...hellooo
anyone there...there...there

Nobody told me it was cult, I thought The Evil Legion of Evil would be cool...you know, like Amway without all the clapping... Maybe there's a recovery program, perhaps Fox News?

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable May 12, 2017 6:10 AM  

That spot on the top left looks good on the Dark Lord. Maybe just an inch up or so ...

Anonymous Magus May 12, 2017 6:11 AM  

TV viewership by age-category, versus Online:

https://www.themediabriefing.com/media/project_tmb/image/reuters-online-vs-tv-png.PNG

It's a mirror image.

Thing that's keeping TV going though is that the people spending money are in that older demographic, so advertisers will keep TV on life support. Until millenials are in their 40s/50s and entering the highest earning, highest spending portion of their lives (getting more expensive health insurance, pills, cars, houses, and paying for their own kids etc etc), TV will likely retain its dominant influence. Of course, that's still just influence on the people going out, not the people coming in.

Interestingly, that demographic shift in consumer spending and advertising is gonna tip over about 15 years from now, around the time you predict Civil War.

Blogger Resident Moron™ May 12, 2017 6:24 AM  

It's a vast alt-right wing conspiracy ...

Nobody explained how an echo chamber bootstraps itself to teaching millions every day?

Cos that's ... kind of inherently self-contradictory.

I guess logic texts are just a small subset of the books these fools are not reading.

Blogger U PC BRO? May 12, 2017 6:25 AM  

I wonder how many of those CNN views are related to Anthony Bourdain, which isn't news but I believe is was their number one show. He did a show recently where he spent the entire hour doing nothing but worshipping the brown people of Los Angeles. When the civil unrest gets underway in earnest I hope the (((cuck))) finds himself cut off from evil whitey and is surrounded by the people he loves.

Anonymous rienzi May 12, 2017 6:25 AM  

Thank you Media Matters for putting up this chart. I hadn't actually heard of some of these people. Will have to check them out.

Blogger Cataline Sergius May 12, 2017 6:44 AM  

YouTube matters as an information channel to Millennials.

Problem; it's a hostile venue. The YouTube Heroes thing is an open invite for people like Bike Lock Dick to play Thought Policeman.

They get after Sargon all the time and he is only Alt Light.

There must be a solution but I'm not smart enough to think of it.

OpenID aew51183 May 12, 2017 6:47 AM  

And again mediaMatters ignores utterly the self-proclaimed anti-sjw ex-leftists (leftists in name only) who are trying in vain to reform the insanity of their parties.

They also have a greater presence than the MSM.

Blogger Lazarus May 12, 2017 6:48 AM  

Members of the echo chamber attract and maintain a fan base by developing an abusive relationship with their audience members -- a process they label “redpilling.”

OMG its a Cult! It is all so clear now. I have Stockholm syndrome!

Blogger Aeoli Pera May 12, 2017 6:55 AM  

I like the ghastly visages drawn in charcoal black, that's a nice touch. We're losing control of the media, it's anudda shoah!

Blogger Aeoli Pera May 12, 2017 6:58 AM  

Moly should be proud, they fear him so much that they needed to add a psychopathic tear-line below his eye. It's an art thing, compare to the anime version of Cao Cao.

Blogger slackvariable May 12, 2017 7:01 AM  

This is fun. One day we'll be able to brag to our kids about the Great Fascist Scare.

Anonymous Rocklea May 12, 2017 7:05 AM  

Lazarus wrote:
"OMG its a Cult! It is all so clear now. I have Stockholm syndrome!"

I still get flashbacks from my "redpilling". I was strapped down;
Stephen was tickling my feet with a feather, saying "What was your A C E score?";
Alex was thumping on my chest, "it's an inside job!, it's an inside job!;
Vox, oh no, it's too horrible, don't make me remember;
And Mike, where did you put the Red Pill Mike? Huh!? Huh!?

I think we need a support group...
And a code of conduct...

Blogger Jack Ward May 12, 2017 7:05 AM  

Nice. Added the Alt ecosystem chart to my collection.
Please Sirs and Madams give us more.

Blogger JWM in SD May 12, 2017 7:18 AM  

Why is Stephan at the center instead of Alex Jones / INFOWARS? No one is trying to shutdown Stephan like they're going after Infowars. Seems odd.

Blogger Duke Norfolk May 12, 2017 7:19 AM  

It's hilarious to watch these people get this so wrong, as they imagine them in their fever dreams.

I'm figuring they just barely dip their toes in just enough to collect a bunch of names and a few terms, then run away screaming as their amygdalae are overwhelmed. Probably going to a dark room with their blankie, a pacifier and a rerun of Modern Family to calm them down. Pathetic.

Blogger JACIII May 12, 2017 7:22 AM  

What will be fun is watching the MSM use this for a bible when doing stories on the AltRight media. They won't question it. Because Narrative.

It will lead to all kinds of nonsense and easily spotted errors in their hit pieces - good ammo for early stages red pilling normies.

Blogger YIH May 12, 2017 7:27 AM  

@2
The younger generation isn't glued to the television like the Gen-Xers and Boomers, hence traditional media is dying a slow death.

I've been reading the "cord cutting" stories for years, with the latest symptom of it being the layoffs at ESPN.

What's really giving them the willies are the 'never was's, those born in the last 20 years who don't have any 'relationship' with TV. The monitor(s) in the home are for games, movies or computer use. To them, TV is as odd (and old-fashioned) as a wired phone.
It's also what's getting under the skin of NASCAR and the NFL, those who have little or no exposure to broadcast or cable TV also have little exposure to their products.

OpenID basementhomebrewer May 12, 2017 7:28 AM  

JWM in SD wrote:Why is Stephan at the center instead of Alex Jones / INFOWARS? No one is trying to shutdown Stephan like they're going after Infowars. Seems odd.

Jones is more entertaining and theatrical but Molyneux reaches a wide audience himself and is spreading the intellectual core message. Vox could qualify there as well but Molyneux seems to have a little more reach right now. They see that as the true threat. Jones brings people in and Molyneux gives them many of the hard facts to build their intellectual foundation.

Anonymous badhairday May 12, 2017 7:32 AM  

@11. Cataline Sergius
'There must be a solution but I'm not smart enough to think of it.'

The solution is for the MSM to be able to fight you evil thought Nazis on a level playing ground.
I'm guessing something along the lines of government funding for MSM Youtube channels plus some kind of blanket ban for any 'fake news' channel.
That way we will all be protected from the corrosive effects of wrong-speak.

I do believe that the Canadian government are looking into funding their MSM as we speak.

Anonymous Jeff May 12, 2017 7:38 AM  

As a subscriber to The Rebel from the very beginning, it has been incredible to watch them grow from a fledgling Canadian startup to an international phenomenon. Although many on the Alt-Right are skeptical of (((Ezra Levant))), he has been fighting for free speech longer than just about anyone, and has the battle scars to prove it.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer May 12, 2017 7:52 AM  

Jeff wrote:As a subscriber to The Rebel from the very beginning, it has been incredible to watch them grow from a fledgling Canadian startup to an international phenomenon. Although many on the Alt-Right are skeptical of (((Ezra Levant))), he has been fighting for free speech longer than just about anyone, and has the battle scars to prove it.

Ezra and the Alt-west are never going to fully agree for obvious reasons. That stated it's hard to ignore the fact he has given a platform to two influential alt-lighters.

Blogger theFirstMonkey May 12, 2017 7:54 AM  

jeezus- that looks like a hit-list...

Anonymous Looking Glass May 12, 2017 8:01 AM  

@19 JWM in SD

Realistically, that chart is mostly about Stephan, because pretty much everyone has shown up on his show. This makes him a focal point in a YouTube-based analysis. Thus why Infowars' staff is off to the side: most of their systems are internal, not YouTube based.

There's also clearly guidelines to never piss Vox off too much, as any time this stuff comes up, he's just barely acknowledged. It should take you, maybe, 2 hours of research in our neck of the Internet to realize how much of a hub that Vox acts as. Having your own Publishing Company does it.

But, stretching it a bit, I'll call it the "Moldbug Rule". They'll get pissed off at Yavin, but they'll *never* start an argument. They can't even approach that level of thought. The SDL is a little easier to read, but he's still intimidating at the mental level. People pull back from dealing with that. Plus he has an actual Evil Legion, of, well, Evil. That scares people. (There's also the side issue that Vox lives in Italy, which puts him out of the easy reach of using FBI/CIA contacts for profile information about.)


@25 Jeff

I believe Ezra views himself as Canadian and wants Canada to remain Canadian. At this juncture, that's enough to be a valuable ally.

Blogger Michael Maier May 12, 2017 8:08 AM  

"Incestuous"

Time/Warner and Disney own HOW much of the MSM?

Blogger tuberman May 12, 2017 8:10 AM  

28. Looking Glass
"Realistically, that chart is mostly about Stephan, because pretty much everyone has shown up on his show. This makes him a focal point in a YouTube-based analysis. Thus why Infowars' staff is off to the side: most of their systems are internal, not YouTube based."

This is exactly what I was about to say. Stefan is te literal center piece of the chart. Also, this is a totally lazy, and incompetent approach, as the chart does not match the other chart with Info Wars at the top or the wording of the article.

Blogger VD May 12, 2017 8:15 AM  

Vox could qualify there as well but Molyneux seems to have a little more reach right now.

Without question. He has far more reach than I do. And deservedly so. The man works hard.

There's also clearly guidelines to never piss Vox off too much, as any time this stuff comes up, he's just barely acknowledged.

It appears to be abundantly clear that while I leave those alone who leave me alone, the VFM and I will absolutely strike back at any who choose to attack.

Blogger tuberman May 12, 2017 8:15 AM  

Of course, as rhetoric, if the first chart is meant as a hit list, it does not matter is the information in the article is completely confused.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan May 12, 2017 8:17 AM  

What the chumps of the legacy propaganda outlets should really fear is that the new gods of diversity do not love the SJW whites and (((whites))).

See the legacy media tells us is that whites are done and we don't matter, but then puts out hysterical hit pieces on the alt-right. The legacy media should be asking, "Do not the new gods of diversity favor us?"

Anonymous Jeff May 12, 2017 8:25 AM  

@26 - Ezra and the Alt-west are never going to fully agree for obvious reasons. That stated it's hard to ignore the fact he has given a platform to two influential alt-lighters.

@28 - I believe Ezra views himself as Canadian and wants Canada to remain Canadian. At this juncture, that's enough to be a valuable ally.

Agreed on both counts.

Blogger Happy LP9 May 12, 2017 8:26 AM  

Great news and more will be added.

One of the indrect benefit of cord cutting or leaving the media was how the media treats and bills us.

(Over the last 6 years) Why pay comcastnbc $250 per month when families struggle to comply w/ the wonderful ACA's premiums or even fines to pay up, even grocery costs wonderfully expanded. Average Americans want their iphones (outrageous evil Apple too expensive)beer, pills, internet, porn, smokes and no longer care to have their religions, sensibilities, etc., insulted or deceived.

The media still does not understand Nov meant their narratives are rejected and mostly live around ghettos like facebook. The media does still have around 90 million tv heads to punitively bill so its all good, stupid needs to stupid. It reminds of Snarky (guy in my building) he worships the tv to the degree he didn't even know what POTUS meant while peacocking to two women and I.

People are even tired of the content on mainstream tv/talk radio.

Blogger Happy LP9 May 12, 2017 8:28 AM  

Ivan Throne, Roosh and Chatuea's work should be around there someplace. Strange zerohedge wasn't there.

Blogger Cail Corishev May 12, 2017 8:30 AM  

First thought: Hey, they mentioned Vox this time, instead of pretending he doesn't exist. Progress?

Second thought: Ah, another swipe at Presidential Chief Strategist Bannon, trying to equate him with a bunch of known rabble-rousers. They sure do fear that guy, don't they?

"an alternative right-wing media echo chamber successfully reverberated itself into virtual relevance on social media"

Of course, when people faithfully watched the same evening news show every night and the same magazine shows like 60 Minutes every week, that was never an echo chamber. When people just watch PBS and listen to NPR, that's not an echo chamber, no sirree.

Anonymous Looking Glass May 12, 2017 8:32 AM  

@31 VD

Let's be honest, with out terribly everyone on the Left seems to be at OpSec, the journalists, specifically, should be rightly affair of what would be found. /pol/ found Bike Lock Guy with 1 pick of his eyes, his shoes and veins on his arms. They don't want to know what the VFM could do to them.

Anonymous Athor Pel May 12, 2017 8:37 AM  

" ...attract and maintain a fan base by developing an abusive relationship with their audience members ..."


Imagine the family life of the person that wrote that and then wonder no more why they're filled with such fear, guilt and shame.

Blogger Madame Ringading May 12, 2017 8:43 AM  

What? No Roosh, no ZH, no Taki, no Small Dead Animals? Yer slippin, guys!

Blogger DeploraBard May 12, 2017 8:49 AM  

So now they publish your name and introduce you to several million people that may not have heard of you yet. Brilliant. That chart directly sends people to other sites they will enjoy. You can't invent this kind of idiocy. It also shows that anyone on that chart now has the power to endorse new talent and push them mainstream. So much winning.

Blogger YIH May 12, 2017 8:49 AM  

@28 Looking Glass
Thus why Infowars' staff is off to the side: most of their systems are internal, not YouTube based.
Also Jones also has some presence on broadcast radio (his occasional appearances on Coast-to-coast don't really count).
Jones doesn't particularly like YouTube because of the issues he's had with trolls using DCMA to get his stuff (even on his official YT channel) taken down.

Blogger Cail Corishev May 12, 2017 8:50 AM  

@39, Indeed. Also, "attract and maintain a fan base by developing an abusive relationship with their audience members"? When did this become an article about big-budget Hollywood reboots?

Blogger Madame Ringading May 12, 2017 8:59 AM  

@43 *COUGH* Feminist Ghostbusters *COUGH*

Blogger Gary Eden May 12, 2017 9:04 AM  

AJ isn't more prominent because he is old Alt-Media. He's also been around a while, known quantity.

But probably more importantly, he won't touch the JQ and is the most likely of all on the list to be controlled opposition.

Anonymous BBGKB May 12, 2017 9:11 AM  

Perhaps we should tell them the Russians under their beds are using their internet access

But then, as their YouTube chart tends to indicate, Media Matters is not the sort of organization filled with people who actually read books

I may be the only person in history to have ever bought something from the front part of a gay book store.

This is exactly what I was about to say. Stefan is te literal center piece of the chart. Also, this is a totally lazy, and incompetent approach

If he finds himself on a small plane with 50 women raped by Bill C I hope he knows to run.

Blogger lowercaseb May 12, 2017 9:26 AM  

Happy LP9 wrote:Ivan Throne, Roosh and Chatuea's work should be around there someplace. Strange zerohedge wasn't there.

I think they refuse to see Roosh and Heartiste as anything but PUAs, which is it's own scare.

Ivan is still too new to the big time, but as the Violent Solutions project grows bigger I'm sure we will see an attempted hatchet job.

Blogger Troy Lee Messer May 12, 2017 9:37 AM  

Media Matters vs. The Streisand effect = /facepalm.

Blogger Mama Pepe May 12, 2017 9:54 AM  

This article is another prime example of Vox's maxim that SJWs always project--the mainstream media is contemptuous of the its audience and so assumes that the Alt-media acts in the same bad faith:

"Members of the echo chamber attract and maintain a fan base by developing an abusive relationship with their audience members -- a process they label “redpilling.” They gaslight their audiences until readers and viewers feel unable to trust any media other than those particular outlets to deliver them “the truth.”"

Anonymous Godfrey May 12, 2017 10:06 AM  

Shouldn't they really be named "Billionaires Matter".

They're funded by one of the riches men on the planet. I hope the Kapos who work for "Billionaires Matter are well paid for betraying humanity.

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents May 12, 2017 10:23 AM  

@8
It's a vast alt-right wing conspiracy ...

It's a vast kek-wing konspiracy...

Libtards, picture a Pepe smirking at you forever.

Anonymous Godfrey May 12, 2017 10:50 AM  

Hey, I'd loved to see a chart on how the MSM is all interconnected and owned by the same people. Anyone know of one?

Or how about a chart on the interconnection of who is on the boards of all the BIG corporations and NGOs?



And what is "Billionaires Matter" focused on? Answer: Individuals with a youtube channel.

Anonymous Stickwick May 12, 2017 10:51 AM  

The leftoid media are scrambling to find an effective hook for their stories about the Alt-Right and Alt-Media, and this is a classic example of why they're failing. They can't decide whether we should find Alt- stuff scary or pathetic, so they simultaneously push both narratives. But it's obvious they're the ones who are scared. They thought they were the gatekeepers, and they're aghast to find that the Right has simply routed around them. "promoting itself online" = "Can they do that??"

Media Matters doesn't even mention Andrew Torba and Gab, despite it now being the most significant Alt-Media organization besides InfoWars.

We'll start hearing about Gab and Infogalactic, once the leftoid media agree on what angle to push. I was contacted by a tech reporter at NPR who was preparing a piece on Gab and was looking for sound bytes from relatively unknown and apolitical gabbers. If it airs, the odds it'll be anything but a hit piece are very low. But it'll be interesting to see how exactly they'll spin it to make Gab look bad. The problem is, how do you make a place like Gab look bad for being so darned inclusive? It's hard to push wronginclusivity without exposing the sham of leftoid "inclusivity." Not that they aren't trying.

Wikipedia hilariously states that Gab "has drawn criticism for providing a platform for users banned or suspended from other services." Like we're supposed to regard the SJW dweebs at these other services as the equivalent of federal circuit court judges. The "critics" are just upset that banishment from left-controlled media is increasingly irrelevant.

(Free suggestion for any leftist media types reading VP: push the "unsafe" angle with Gab. Gab is unsafe for vulnerable people, like women and other historically oppressed people. Unsafe is the word to use.)

Anonymous Snidely Whiplash May 12, 2017 10:52 AM  

JWM in SD wrote:Why is Stephan at the center instead of Alex Jones / INFOWARS? No one is trying to shutdown Stephan like they're going after Infowars. Seems odd.
Because they're afraid of Stephan. He's rational, he's reasonable, he's literate, he's very smart, and Stephan is very very very good at getting his point through.
Alex Jones they can mock. Stephan is very hard to mock.

Blogger TheDanielsaur May 12, 2017 10:54 AM  

Vox, are you familiar with Stephen Crowder? Has has a respectable reach, as well, and is ideologically quite similar to Gavin McInnes or Lauren Southern, though maybe leans a bit more center than you. Incidentally, I'd love to see you go on his show sometime. He treats all his guests very fairly, from what I've seen.

Blogger Sagramore May 12, 2017 11:01 AM  

Phil Donahue

Was out watching a band with some much younger people on the weekend The sax player in the live band started mingling with the audience. I was about to remark he was "going Donahue" but then realized they wouldn't get the reference. (FWIW, Fr. Don used to do the same thing at Sunday Mass..)

Anonymous Snidely Whiplash May 12, 2017 11:06 AM  

The entire piece is a big wad of projection. Remove the scare labels (far-rght, extremist) and swap names, and this is about the MSM. Like the fact that virtually all national level news reports come from the NYT and the Bezos Blog, or that they invite each other on their TV shows to repeat their narrative, and the desperate attempt to convince their viewers/readers that other news sources are illegimate.
hmmm.
Cernovich is the NYT, Info Wars is CNN, Stephan is Fox News, Vox Popoli is NPR, TRS is MSNBC.

Yep, it works

Anonymous Gen. Kong May 12, 2017 11:09 AM  

Cataline Sergius wrote:
YouTube matters as an information channel to Millennials.

Problem; it's a hostile venue. The YouTube Heroes thing is an open invite for people like Bike Lock Dick to play Thought Policeman.

They get after Sargon all the time and he is only Alt Light.

There must be a solution but I'm not smart enough to think of it.


YouTube could be destroyed with a death-by-a-thousand piranha bites over copyright violations on music alone. That would have to wait awhile as (unlike the other side) we don't have a thousand lawyers and an entrenched cadre of blackrobes - a combination which managed to destroy the Boy Scouts even after they won a major Supreme Court ruling. Lawfare is also a common method of the ((($PLC))) and other organizations funded by Talmudic Satanists.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey May 12, 2017 12:14 PM  

@rienzi
"Thank you Media Matters for putting up this chart. I hadn't actually heard of some of these people."

I'm surprised they mentioned Red Ice in the youtube chart. That's some fairly hard core stuff. If only they would get rid of the white text on black background look for their website...

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey May 12, 2017 12:23 PM  

@Cail Corishev
"@39, Indeed. Also, "attract and maintain a fan base by developing an abusive relationship with their audience members"?"

That's a weird one. Maybe just a feminist/ gamma interpretation of bantz?

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey May 12, 2017 12:31 PM  

@lowercaleb
"Roosh and Heartiste as anything but PUAs, which is it's own scare."

For good reason. The idea that the very knowledge gained from any serious study of the whole PUA thing leads fairly rapidly to rejection of the Blank Slate world view, and eventually the realization that the PUA approach itself is a nihilistic dead end... What comes next? That connection is both entirely foreign to their world view, and threatening to it.

Blogger Duke Norfolk May 12, 2017 12:33 PM  

Mama Pepe wrote:This article is another prime example of Vox's maxim that SJWs always project

Yep, Every Damned Time these people confirm the validity of the 3 Laws. They have zero self-awareness. Mindless robots.

Blogger Duke Norfolk May 12, 2017 12:38 PM  

Francis Parker Yockey wrote:I'm surprised they mentioned Red Ice in the youtube chart. That's some fairly hard core stuff.

I've been loving Red Ice. No I don't agree with all that Henrik and Lana think/say/believe. But they do some really good interviews (especially Henrik) with some interesting folks who are "off-limits" and don't shy from any of the taboo issues, that I'm aware of.

Blogger Happy LP9 May 12, 2017 12:40 PM  

Also missing is Greg Johnson. Britt, Tara even Styxhammer. It appears to be dominated by genx and mil'lens, nice I am impressed and proud of the medias fear and lost narratives.

Nicely and obviously never to be listed or trusted is Benny 'I wont debate Milo or Vox Shap', Rogan and Rubin.

Blogger Happy LP9 May 12, 2017 12:46 PM  

47 True, those I listed do indeed fearlessly cover current events intermixed w/ Game. I can CHatuea the king of the shiv, laughs. Seriously.

54 Stefan doesn't tolerate irrationals or snarkyiness, I've heard him move on to the next call when the caller is wasting his time and being 'murky', if anything he must have a tinge or exposure to internal family therapy systems.

The most hidden weapon is Dearest Markku, you cannot get anything by that guy even if you are joking, he is the masters of chess truth masters.

Blogger Happy LP9 May 12, 2017 12:47 PM  

Mark Dice and Crowder are awesome their stars shine.

Again congrats to Vox, VFM and Dread Ilk!

Par-Tay!

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable May 12, 2017 1:29 PM  

... the VFM and I will absolutely strike back at any who choose to attack.

[chomps at bit, picks teeth with SJW bones]

Blogger John Bradley May 12, 2017 2:51 PM  

Another excellent follow is Dave Cullen ("ComputingForever") on YouTube as well as the alt-tech sites. See his recent interview on Molyneux's channel.

Anonymous DirkH May 12, 2017 3:30 PM  

Why Molyneux is at the center?

The Triumvirat Day/Coulter/Mitchell sets the objectives for Feldmarschall Molyneux, who then commands the legions of underlings via his secret youtube channel in which he uses an undecipherable code language.

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Blogger JCclimber May 12, 2017 3:42 PM  

Is it just me, or is Happy LP9 starting to make more coherent points?
Linda, what is happening to you? Are you absorbing the education from this blog?

Blogger tublecane May 12, 2017 3:56 PM  

@60-It's simpler than that. More like Vox Day promotes badthoughts and therefore must be evil. Ipso facto, he does everything wrong, including the way he treats his followers.

Or maybe I'm.being too reductionist. They live in a world where everyone to the right of Stalin has an Authoritarian Personality. Vox, in that case, likes to lord it over his followers,who are all Men in Gray Flannel Suits who like to be lorded over. In turn, Vox's followers in their private lives are domineering towards their pets or whoever's foolish enough to be around them without turning them in to the mental hospital.

Blogger tublecane May 12, 2017 4:15 PM  

@49-"Members of the echo chamber attract and maintain a fanbase by developing an abusive relationship with their audience members -- a process they label 'redpilling.' They gaslight their audiences until readers and viewers feel unable to trust any media other than those particular outlets to deliver them 'the truth.'"

The internet is many wonderful things, but unfortunately it does appear to make people less literate. Here two popular, easily understandable terms--redpilling and gaslighting--misused within a word of each other. Granted, "gaslighting" is widely misused on the internet.

In any case, if this is intended for 60 year-olds who at best vaguely remember hearing such terms in passing, I suppose it doesn't matter. But they leave themselves wide open to pranks. This happens often when MSM or MSM-friendly outlets report on the lingo of subcultures or "the counterculture."

We need to troll them like Phil Hartman on the tv show News Radio was tricked into reading nonsensical ad copy for Rocket Fuel Malt Liquor ("Damn!"), with fake "street" slang. "Gizzizah, my dilznufus...it's krizzappy!"

Blogger Happy LP9 May 13, 2017 4:23 PM  

71 Dearest JC, I chose to heal the most dangerous thing of all.

Blogger Happy LP9 May 13, 2017 5:14 PM  

71 You've seen me at Gab.ai LP9 Solidified in Gold.

It is unkind, unfounded or I a missing something to be called incoherent but to be called crazy is a observable reasonable stmt from the past where no one knew what was taking place.

You and others not knowing helped me heal so no one here did any wrong towards me but helped me locally and offline. I owe my eternal gratitude to those here; great authors, wonderful ilk, MK, BobMando, its a blessing I am allowed to comment and was not thrown away -

If everyone could only know what is taking place in court, its awful...

I dont mind the (valid) gaslighting in that I take full responsibility for such appearances and any comments I made, its on me. If someone stopped to listen to what took place from 2011 to 2015 they'd never get out of bed and self destruct; I won't, I can't, I fight my issues and make them footnotes to my minor life.

I fought and sought to somehow make those listed above in the chart the headliners.

JC, I consider you a ally never an enemy, you observed I wasn't well, there are blogs rules on that.

It is kind you know my name; Linda Jane Polverini - I chose to heal, branch out and do great, shine on my own.

I was already warned my choice to heal was quite the threat.

The Day's and admins have always been good to me and nothing is about me, life is not about me, life is about God and that is all I care about, choosing to heal thus standing my ground blew the locals' mind.

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