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Saturday, January 27, 2018

GoogleGate begins

Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender. This is the tactic that Google's SJWs are relying upon as they try to enlist the mainstream media on their behalf, as demonstrated by this article, The Dirty War Over Diversity Inside Google, published in Wired. But it won't work for them any better than it did for the game journos attacking GamerGate, because their narrative is a false one and the increased scrutiny will only further reveal as much.
In interviews with WIRED, 15 current Google employees accuse coworkers of inciting outsiders to harass rank-and-file employees who are minority advocates, including queer and transgender employees. Since August, screenshots from Google’s internal discussion forums, including personal information, have been displayed on sites including Breitbart and Vox Popoli, a blog run by alt-right author Theodore Beale, who goes by the name Vox Day. Other screenshots were included in a 161-page lawsuit that Damore filed in January, alleging that Google discriminates against whites, males, and conservatives.

What followed, the employees say, was a wave of harassment. On forums like 4chan, members linked advocates’ names with their social-media accounts. At least three employees had their phone numbers, addresses, and deadnames (a transgender person’s name prior to transitioning) exposed. Google site reliability engineer Liz Fong-Jones, a trans woman, says she was the target of harassment, including violent threats and degrading slurs based on gender identity, race, and sexual orientation. More than a dozen pages of personal information about another employee were posted to Kiwi Farms, which New York has called “the web’s biggest community of stalkers.”

Meanwhile, inside Google, the diversity advocates say some employees have “weaponized human resources” by goading them into inflammatory statements, which are then captured and reported to HR for violating Google’s mores around civility or for offending white men.

Engineer Colin McMillen says the tactics have unnerved diversity advocates and chilled internal discussion. “Now it’s like basically anything you say about yourself may end up getting leaked to score political points in a lawsuit,” he says. “I have to be very careful about choosing my words because of the low-grade threat of doxing. But let’s face it, I’m not visibly queer or trans or non-white and a lot of these people are keying off their own white supremacy.”
I am shocked - absolutely shocked - that they deadnamed me in this very article! I am literally shaking. Speaking of this infamous anti-SJW guide, it's interesting to see that the Google-SJWs are playing their hand almost exactly as it is described in SJWs Always Lie. Emphasis added.
STAGE THREE: Isolate and Swarm

Immediately following on the heels of the Stage Two pointing and shrieking is the third stage. This stage involves two parts, the first of which focuses on the isolation and marginalization of the target, while the second involves overwhelming the target with social pressure brought on by other SJWs and any moderate parties who can be persuaded, or bullied, into joining the witch hunt.

The primary objective of both the isolating and the swarming is to demoralize the target by separating him from anyone who is likely to give him emotional support, and to elicit an apology for his actions. Typically the SJW will have a number of close allies who will immediately leap to the attack on command, and then turn around and cite those allies as evidence that the outrage is widespread and significant in an attempt to turn the “reaction” to the target's offense into a story that will garner media attention. This is particularly effective if the SJW and his allies have connections in various media organizations, which allows them to rapidly transform a minor event into something that is perceived by the public as a major one. The purpose of the media campaign is two-fold: to stamp the Narrative with an “objective” perspective that echoes the SJW's accusations and to let other potential allies know about the hate campaign in the hopes that they will add their weight to the hogpile.

All of the language used to describe the target will be chosen to marginalize him and render him as unsympathetic a figure as possible. These days, it is almost de rigeur to refer to any SJW target as racist, sexist, and homophobic in addition to any specific qualities that may be relevant to the matter at hand; some adventurous SJWs are already adding “transphobic” to the standard list. In fact, this set of accusations is so common now that if you merely type “racist se” into Google, Google will offer to autocomplete the phrase as “racist, sexist, homophobic”.
Notice how well this describes the Google-SJW campaign against me, as the Wired article was timed to appear on the same day as this article published in USA Today. Of course, what they don't realize is that the Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil cannot be isolated. Other SJWs and other media outlets have tried, and failed, before. And if there is any swarming to be done, the Vile Faceless Minions will do it before they devour the hapless enemy alive. We've not only been here before, we've been here before and won on more than one occasion.
Several Google employees told USA TODAY that Damore's firing marked an escalation in the harassment campaign, with the small group of instigators stepping up efforts to target diversity advocates inside the company. Among the tactics: camouflaging harassment as free speech and goading diversity advocates with seemingly innocuous questions into making inflammatory statements that were then reported to human resources as violations of Google's rules.

By far the most chilling behavior is the public harassment incited by coworkers, says Fong-Jones.

According to Wired, at least three Google employees had their phone numbers and addresses posted publicly. Far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos shared an image of the Twitter profiles of eight advocates at Google, many of them transgender employees, with his 2.5 million Facebook followers.

Fong-Jones had her name and face plastered on a website run by far-right blogger Theodore Beale, also known as Vox Day. Beale published excerpts of a conversation between Fong-Jones and a colleague, where Fong-Jones argued that Damore should not have been allowed to publish his memo on an internal Google channel.

"Google's SJWs (social-justice warriors) are starting to get nervous as evidence of their internal thought-policing begins to leak out into the public," Beale wrote.

Fong-Jones was targeted by violent threats and transphobic slurs. Commented one person on Vox Popoli, which promotes white nationalism and identifies itself as part of the "alt-right:" "They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops."

The attacks have had a chilling effect.

"In recent months there has been a pattern of taking diversity advocates and doxing them by putting them on blast to the 'alt-right' communities," Yusuf said. "Now they have to be careful. 'How much of myself do I want to put out there?' Which is ironic because one of the big mantras of the company is being able to 'bring your whole self to work.'"
Except Jessica Guynn, who is an SJW whose articles betray an obsession with diversity, didn't do her homework and inadvertently stepped in it. USA Today had better issue a correction, because Vox Popoli does not promote white nationalism. Quite the contrary, as it happens. I have sent the following email requesting a retraction and correction to the author, Jessica Guynn, who can be reached at jguynn@usatoday.com, and to the corrections editor at accuracy@usatoday.com.
Dear Ms Guynn,

I am requesting a correction of your article entitled "Google employees say the company's not doing enough to protect them from harassment, threats."

Your claim that "Vox Popoli, which promotes white nationalism" is false, libelous, and Fake News. Even a cursory search of the blog would have shown you that I a) am an American Indian, b) am not a white nationalist, and, c) do not promote white nationalism on Vox Popoli. To the contrary, I assert that white nationalism is an incoherent and ridiculous American concept that is as hopeless as the pan-Arabism and pan-Africanism of the 1960s.

Please correct the article at your earliest opportunity.

Thank you,

Vox Day 
And when you're commenting, notice that it is again the comments that are being used as the locus for the  SJW attacks on me. They've been doing this since 2013; the SFWA did precisely the same thing in its 130-page report. So, be disciplined and be aware that SJWs will quote-mine you in order to attempt to discredit and disqualify me. If you must bravely posture and preen as a hard-talking fellow, this is not the right place to do it. Yes, I am aware there will be SJWs false-flagging in this regard. That's nothing new. They've been trying to do so for years.

But this is all good news. We all know what this sort of flak indicates. And why they're so fearful.
As the internal debate raged in the wake of Damore’s memo, McMillen says that he knows of at least 10 coworkers who were called into HR for making political statements related to the document, with consequences ranging from verbal warnings to a reduced performance-review score. McMillen was told by HR not to do anything hiring or promotion related for a year. Altman got a verbal warning for writing on an internal board that certain employees should be fired. “I meant only bigoted white men should be fired. They interpreted it as applying to all white men,” Altman says. 
That wasn't the funniest aspect of the Wired article, though. That would be this, which appeared at the end of an article attempting to paint me as a villain for publishing information provided to me by whistleblowers.
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101 Comments:

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother January 27, 2018 12:31 PM  

Got to love these names.

Fong-Jones. Sounds like some kind of hipster fusion cuisine dish.

Anonymous Reenay January 27, 2018 12:36 PM  

Fong-Jones was targeted by violent threats and transphobic slurs. Commented one person on Vox Popoli, which promotes white nationalism and identifies itself as part of the "alt-right:" "They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops."

They call that a threat?

1. That's not a threat; note the "should" there.
2. That's a regular Thursday on your average Xbox Live game.

Anonymous Steve January 27, 2018 12:40 PM  

Re the orchidectomied Oriental Liz Fong-Jones, AKA Yoko Please-No. Here xe is enjoying the company of one of the locals on Kashyyyk.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 27, 2018 12:52 PM  

A bunch of fun stuff here.

Firstly, are people Black Knighting within Google? Wow. We haven't had too many confirmed cases of real BK action at any Converged Organization, but that's a fun sign.

VD already hit the "white nationalist" point, so I'll skip that.

There is, however, one separate bit of Libel in the piece.

Commented one person on Vox Popoli, which promotes white nationalism and identifies itself as part of the "alt-right:" "They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops."

That isn't the quote proper. This is:

"The one bright light about Sharia coming is that they should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops.

Of course they'll also be raping 9 year olds (of both sexes) but hey... no one's perfect."

From here: https://voxday.blogspot.com/2017/08/all-heads-of-medusa.html#c5530293077204577945

"Michael Maier" has a Libel claim. Ms. Guynn is also, clearly, Islamophobic. What other reason would there be to hide the great heights that Islam can bring to a culture? I can think of no other reason, unless Ms. Guynn is attempting to hide the aspects of Islamic Cultural Enrichment because of her hateful bias. I can't believe someone would publish such Islamophobia in USA Today. Ms. Guynn needs at least a week of diversity training and to spend significant time at a Mosque learning the wonders of Islam.

Blogger Michael Maier January 27, 2018 12:57 PM  

Dammit... should I demand they correct my quote?

Blogger VD January 27, 2018 12:59 PM  

Dammit... should I demand they correct my quote?

Absolutely. This also underlines the importance of proper grammar in the comments.

Blogger CM January 27, 2018 1:00 PM  

because Vox Popoli does not promote white nationalism.

France for French, Germany for Germans, England for English, Israel for Jews, China for Chinese.

Blogger Nate73 January 27, 2018 1:00 PM  

I've thought the same thing about the pan-Arabism and pan-Africanism being similar to white nationalism. Now I'm paranoid though that I read that on this blog and it wasn't something I came up with myself. Does anybody have a link to where VD discusses the incoherence of WN?

Blogger Dave January 27, 2018 1:01 PM  

Michael Maier wrote:Dammit... should I demand they correct my quote?

Also post the full quote in the comments at the article.

Blogger Raben Wulf January 27, 2018 1:02 PM  

Hmm for what its worth, the concept a nation requires a similar race of men.
A "nation as its etymology imports, originally denoted a family or race of men descended from a common progenitor, like tribe, but by emigration, conquest and intermixture of men of different families, this distinction is in most countries lost." (Websters, 1828)

-"A part, or division, of the people of the earth, distinguished from the rest by common descent, language, or institutions; a race; a stock."

White nationalism, like any nations expectation of nationalism, must by its definition, adhere to the race of those who founded the nation... that of which the nation is based around.

The US founders knew this as well...
"Providence has been pleased to give this one connected country to one united people, a people descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same language , professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in manners and customs." -John Jay (Federalist papers)

"The influx of foreigners must therefore tend to produce a heterogeneous compound; to change and corrupt the national spirit; to complicate and confound public opinion; to introduce foreign propensities" -Hamilton

Anonymous Looking Glass January 27, 2018 1:05 PM  

@6 VD

Well, I'm thoroughly screwed. Or I screwed, thoroughly. Or am I screwing thoroughly? Maybe I was just thorough in my screwing.

I'll just claim those words I swear were there when I typed the line are the "bonus round".

Anonymous Viiidad January 27, 2018 1:10 PM  

@Michael Maier

So proud of you, man. Tears in my eyes... can barely type.

Blogger Tatooine Sharpshooters' Club January 27, 2018 1:13 PM  

the diversity advocates say some employees have “weaponized human resources”

What a wonderful crystallization of SJW Bizarro world projection.

Blogger Snowdens Jacket January 27, 2018 1:17 PM  

"the diversity advocates say some employees have “weaponized human resources” by goading them into inflammatory statements, which are then captured and reported to HR for violating Google’s mores around civility"

Unbelievable. But sounds like a great tactic.

Blogger Snowdens Jacket January 27, 2018 1:18 PM  

You best me to it

Blogger Longtime Lurker January 27, 2018 1:19 PM  

Cry victim! And let slip the dogs of social justice.

Blogger Nate January 27, 2018 1:25 PM  

Proper grammar in the comments? Well damn. I better sit this one out boys.

Blogger VD January 27, 2018 1:28 PM  

Proper grammar in the comments?

If you're going to write something liable to be quote-mined. You should be all right, Nate. I don't think media SJWs are on the hunt for comments about Alabama football. Yet.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 27, 2018 1:33 PM  

@17 Nate
@18 VD

The great Alabama Imperialist Wars of 2023 are going to cause a large reconsideration of Nate's comment history. All should basket in the glory of The Saban? (haha)

Anonymous Reenay January 27, 2018 1:35 PM  

If you're a man, you're not allowed to use periods, that's gender appropriation

Blogger James January 27, 2018 1:36 PM  

"Fong-Jones was targeted by violent threats and transphobic slurs. Commented one person on Vox Popoli, which promotes white nationalism and identifies itself as part of the "alt-right:" "They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops."

Its funny that they concern themselves with being thrown of of rooftops but ignore it when members of the religion of peace do it. So, I guess being killed for being gay, trans, or on some wavelength of the LGBTQRSUVWXYZ spectrum is only bigoted when White males do it. Or, if they are descendants of Native Americans.

Blogger Dave January 27, 2018 1:37 PM  

All should basket in the glory of The Saban?

Truly a basket of deplorables!

Blogger Lazarus January 27, 2018 1:37 PM  

So Birthnames are Deadnames? That must mean that trans-names are Stage names, like actors have.

Anonymous Rfvujm January 27, 2018 1:38 PM  

Here's the archive page of the Fong Jones wedding where two soyboys in dresses got married:

https://archive.fo/NhXwt

Prepare your eye bleach, and don't say I didn't warn you. You can probably see more of their photos if you click through the archive to the live site.

The whole reason they put the photos on the internet, or allowed their friend to post them, was so that the global community could witness social decline, right?

Blogger Mocheirge January 27, 2018 1:43 PM  

Why do they persist in using Vox's deadname? They don't respect his transition from Native American to SDL of the ELoL.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash January 27, 2018 1:45 PM  

Engineer Colin McMillen says the tactics have unnerved diversity advocates and chilled internal discussion. “Now it’s like basically anything you say about yourself may end up getting leaked to score political points in a lawsuit,” he says. “I have to be very careful about choosing my words because of the low-grade threat of doxing.

Welcome to my world, you pathetic, whiny faggot.

Anonymous FP January 27, 2018 2:06 PM  

"Mic" mansplains what white nationalism is and that Tucker Carlson is one of them:

https://twitter.com/mic/status/956282196540776453

Regarding the wedding photos, what is with the collars they wear? Some sort of dog whistling?

Anonymous bobdobbs January 27, 2018 2:17 PM  

Say... are there actually any transphobes here? Can't say that I have ever witnessed one.

In the name of all the good stuff, there's nothing to be afraid of when a normal person goes over the edge. The strongest feeling I could have would be pity - but by far my normal reaction is just to LAUGH hysterically. Come on... Way funnier than a hernia transplant, no?

MPAI, but it's a sure thing - 100% - in the trans world.

BTW did you know?

The little tranny doesn't like cars with an automatic... it prefers a stick shift...

Q: Why is the little tranny never satisfied when car shopping?

A: Its favorite car, the TRANS-AM, is no longer made...

Q: And why is the little tranny unhappy when traveling?

A: Yeah. Its favorite airline, TWA, is long gone too.

It's probably not going to take Communion either - it's not exactly sure what transubstantiation is.

Anonymous Iacobus January 27, 2018 2:24 PM  

Wait, wait...wait.

They threaten, harass and ultimately fire Damore...and then cry that they are the victims now? WTF?

Blogger tuberman January 27, 2018 2:26 PM  

Hey "Wired," I contributed to Will's Comics today, and your readers can too. And, you can quote me on that. Two days Left!

Anonymous John Dough #3 (this is not Icicle) January 27, 2018 2:30 PM  

SFWA did precisely the same thing in its 130-page report.

These people have no lives.

Anonymous Man of the Atom January 27, 2018 2:33 PM  

Iacobus wrote:Wait, wait...wait.

They threaten, harass and ultimately fire Damore...and then cry that they are the victims now? WTF?


Search 'Jennifer Freyd' in the page. This is typical SJW behavior as Vox indicated -- blame the victim to discredit them.

Blogger Michael Maier January 27, 2018 2:36 PM  

Dave wrote:Michael Maier wrote:Dammit... should I demand they correct my quote?

Also post the full quote in the comments at the article.


Not happening. Those are FB comments.

Blogger wired216 January 27, 2018 2:36 PM  

The Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil is the most important person in the culture wars most normies have not heard of yet. But they will when they cry out for someone to save them. I bought my 12 year old neice both SJW books because my sister is an Obama sychophant. After she read and loved them I asked her if her Mom had a clue. She said nope. Her Dad on the other hand fully approved the reading list.

Blogger tublecane January 27, 2018 2:44 PM  

They went with "alt-right author" instead of White Supremacist Neo-Nazi Puppy-Stomper, which is something.

Anonymous Marvin Boggs January 27, 2018 2:45 PM  

@16: Love the modified Shakespeare quote. But would SJWs use dogs? Wouldn't that be species-est exploitation? Then, again, maybe they could find some folks who self-identify as dogs.

I'm so confused.

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents January 27, 2018 2:49 PM  

When the SJW's at Wired have grabbed enough quotes out of comments will they publish a book of them?

"Mined Quotes" would be a good working title.

Anonymous John Dough #3 (this is not Icicle) January 27, 2018 2:52 PM  

This is typical SJW behavior as Vox indicated -- blame the victim to discredit them.

Psychopaths and people with NPD (also cluster B) will also literally do this constantly. It is textbook 101 of their behavior.

The more and more I see, the more I am convinced this is just a sub-branch of political ponerology, which in turn, is a branch of of political science.

https://infogalactic.com/info/Political_ponerology

Also remember Luke 4:5-7.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 27, 2018 2:53 PM  

"goading"

They are even using the same words. Was this story written during a conference call?

Anonymous Scott January 27, 2018 2:54 PM  

As Vox has pointed out so many times...

They are only upset that their own tactics are being used against them. So nearsighted and oblivious to history that they cannot understand it was inevitable.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 27, 2018 2:54 PM  

We'll have to see who else jumps on the band wagon.

Nothing from Buzzfeed yet. The closest they have is Trans People Answer The Questions You Only Ask Google

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents January 27, 2018 2:54 PM  

@36 Marvin Boggs
Then, again, maybe they could find some folks who self-identify as dogs

That's easy. Not just dogs either.

Blogger tublecane January 27, 2018 2:56 PM  

@13-Resembles an army invading a country, being surprised that the locals shoot back, then are heard to comment, "These people have weaponized war!"

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky January 27, 2018 3:01 PM  

It is also a sickening and dishonest tactic that they will misquote us for our offenses, but not quote the other side for theirs. Fong-Jones is presented as an innocent little transgender who was unfairly hauled out just out of spite. No, Fong-Jones is a transgender whose controversial comments not only invited but welcomed controversy -- as very will intended by Ms. Fong-Jones. That is how the transgender came to anyone's attention, by parachuting into the foray and throwing elbows. And these Shavian antics of the SJW are met with gloss and silence.

Anonymous Scott January 27, 2018 3:02 PM  

"As a result, some employees now check hate sites for attempts at doxing Google employees, which they then report to Google security."

We know these people aren't actually contributing to the primary (or even secondary) function of Google. They are, more than likely, spending their entire work day grasping at any straw they can twist into 'harassment'

Blogger Quilp January 27, 2018 3:02 PM  

So intersectionality actually means that if they lay a single charge of racism on me, justified or not, then I'm obviously guilty of not only that but homophobia, xenophobia, sexism, transphobia, Islamophobia, and perhaps even neophobia & taphephobia? It is nothing more than a ready army of accusers ready to join in the personal destruction.

Anonymous Man of the Atom January 27, 2018 3:07 PM  

Tangent: What will this do for the Freestartr campaign?

I expect that the "WIRED Effect" will be a positive one.

If Will's Freestartr campaign cracks the "Book 3 Color" goal, an appropriate thank you should be sent to all Fake News organizations that pick up or mirror the WIRED and USA Today stories.

Blogger Salt January 27, 2018 3:09 PM  

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That's waving a red flag in front of the VFM.

Blogger Lazarus January 27, 2018 3:10 PM  

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I don't know if this is relevant, but Q sez:

....Freedom of the Press.

John Perry Barlow.

https://freedom.press

SecureDrop [Whistleblowers]?

SecureDrop>Clowns In America.

NOBODY IS SAFE....


Anonymous patrick kelly January 27, 2018 3:10 PM  

OT: today at the pro-life rally I saw a pro- abortion sign saying " honk if you love pizza and abortion"

Made me cringe and Snicker at the same time I don't think that sign means what they think it means or maybe they were trolling the protesters around them I don't know

Blogger tublecane January 27, 2018 3:13 PM  

Ah, the old "chilling effect." Brrr, it's cold in there.

The Damore firing had no effect whatsoever. The Free Speech Danger Clock didn't start ticking until after that incident, when the Good Guys began feeling vulnerable because for once they weren't in a position of unquestioned dominance.

This website, which actually has almost nothing to do with Google, has chilled speech within Google, because mentally unstable Google employees are afraid of Muslims throwing them off roofs. I believe that.

On the other hand, Google itself firing an employee for badthought contained within a memo written after Google solicited input isn't chilling. Why? Well, okay, it is chilling, but doesn't matter. Because "hate" deserves to be chilled. And it's high time white males experience the icy breeze that transgendereds have felt since the beginning of time.

The feelz of women and other vulnerable peoples override all white male concerns. Badthinkers have no feelz, and therefore never get cold. That's the White Man's Burden. The "corporate culture" isn't affected by them, except negatively. At best, they just sit there as everyone else's feelz float about freely.

One single employee with a hyphenated name means to the "culture" as much as an infinite number of Damores. If they so much as suffer a case of the Mondays, the whole "culture" suffers. And it's not a matter of if we can blame a white male employee, but what white male employee will we blame?

Anonymous Liz Fong-Duk-Dong January 27, 2018 3:16 PM  

Ching chong tranny buttsex.

Blogger tublecane January 27, 2018 3:24 PM  

I do enjoy the Six Degrees of Harassment Separation game they play. Google management fires an employee for politically incorrect speech. That's okay, but what's not okay is Google employees harassing fellow employees by

1). Leaking information about them to third parties
2). Those third parties publicizing the information
3). Fourth parties commenting about the people/information in a not technically harassing manner but certainly with dark implications.

I know I'm supposed to feel something about this, but I imagine it must be the sort of feelings I'd have if I didn't know anything about how the internet works. Which probably isn't the case with Wired readers. So what's the point?

Simple feelz, I suppose. It's as Vox lays it out: they pretend as if the Damores of the world aren't victims, they go after the side that's fighting back against them, and perhaps the most important part, they try to "flip the script" on who has the power and who's being victimized. It's so simple, and I'm beginning to catch onto how it's always, always exactly the he same.

It's a wonder how they ever got away with it. But for the longest time they were the only ones playing.

Blogger Anno Ruse January 27, 2018 3:34 PM  

"I am shocked - absolutely shocked - that they deadnamed me in this very article!"

It's really amusing because Theodore Beale is such an Olde Country respectable-sounding name compared to Vox Day that they always end up making you look better.

Blogger VD January 27, 2018 3:34 PM  

It's a wonder how they ever got away with it. But for the longest time they were the only ones playing.

It is a little strange that they're going to try to play it this way, while directly referencing the very work that describes precisely how they always play it.

They might have read it. But they clearly didn't get it.

Blogger Dire Badger January 27, 2018 3:39 PM  

I will have you know, I NEVER said "They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops".

I said "We should allow those who wish to show that they can defy gravity as easily as they defy any other natural law."

Anonymous de-googling January 27, 2018 3:43 PM  

I want to set up a backup email address outside of the google universe. Right now I am considering having a private domain hosted on Kolabnow.

Do the Ilk have any other suggestions?

Anonymous Iacobus January 27, 2018 3:47 PM  

Dire Badger wrote:I will have you know, I NEVER said "They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops".

I said "We should allow those who wish to show that they can defy gravity as easily as they defy any other natural law."


Holy sh*t, that's a far cry from what they "quoted."

Really, I shouldn't be surprised.

Anonymous Man of the Atom January 27, 2018 3:47 PM  

de-googling wrote:I want to set up a backup email address outside of the google universe. Right now I am considering having a private domain hosted on Kolabnow.

Do the Ilk have any other suggestions?


Protonmail

Blogger Resident Moron™ January 27, 2018 3:52 PM  

This, quoted in the article: "They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops." is not a threat. It does not constitute a threat in any jurisdiction in the western world. In the USA it is legally protected speech under the 1st Amendment.

But by far the funniest aspect is that they think the very measured, judicious, polite, restrained and reasonable Vox Day, Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil, is "far right".

These fools ain't seen nothing yet.

Anonymous Redjack January 27, 2018 3:54 PM  

Scott wrote:As Vox has pointed out so many times...

They are only upset that their own tactics are being used against them. So nearsighted and oblivious to history that they cannot understand it was inevitable.


If that is the rules of the game, then we all get to play. I am always amused at the look of surprised on peoples faces when the tactics they use are employed against them.

Blogger The Kurgan January 27, 2018 4:06 PM  

Good God. Just when you think you're immune to the assaults on the retinas of the The Dark Ninja of Mockery... and then you have to stumble around blind for a while because you clicked one of his links...

Anonymous John Dough #3 (this is not Icicle) January 27, 2018 4:07 PM  

"Holy sh*t, that's a far cry from what they "quoted."

Really, I shouldn't be surprised."

* * *

"Really... surprised... I... cry...
From... what?
Holy sh*t...
Shouldn't be... that."

- Iacobus, "quoted."

Blogger tublecane January 27, 2018 4:13 PM  

@60-He is to the right of the Overton Window, which I consider a reasonable definition of "far right."

The problem is when they apply the term to absolutely everyone not unequivocally on the left, including mainstream squishy-center moderates who appear daily in the MSM.

Anonymous John Dough #3 (this is not Icicle) January 27, 2018 4:18 PM  

The problem is when they apply the term to absolutely everyone not unequivocally on the left, including mainstream squishy-center moderates who appear daily in the MSM.

That's called a Leftist Singularity.

Blogger SmokeyJoe January 27, 2018 4:30 PM  

Oooooh Vox!They called you out by your government name! Everyday jus' keeps getting better. Now they sell 'Win' in Extra Large Super Duper Jumbo Size! Now if we can get 'em to throw in some extra Szechuan Sauce! I know, right!?

Blogger Azure Amaranthine January 27, 2018 4:41 PM  

"cannot be isolated"

Praetorian Ilk/VFM guard?

"I meant only bigoted white men should be fired."

What about bigoted black mtf lesbians? Freaking bigoted Altman should fire Altman.


I don't think they realize just how badly this is going to blow back on them.

Blogger lowercaseb January 27, 2018 4:46 PM  

Good lord...They are absolutely terrified. It is almost worth all of the pain of the last few years to see these cries of horror when they realize that the HR departments they weaponized themselves are being used against them.

They crafted these golems to "destroy those who hate"...but they forgot that to bring them to life they have to write "Truth" on their head. Once they do, the Golem's eyes will light up with the truth, and the left will be shocked when the massive clay hand contract around their throats. The last words they will hear is the Golem repeating it's orders.

"Must destroy those who hate..."

Anonymous BBGKB January 27, 2018 4:46 PM  

I want to set up a backup email address outside of the google universe. Right now I am considering having a private domain hosted on Kolabnow.

Yandex is Russian

will have you know, I NEVER said "They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops"

I finally figured out why some gays want moslems in the US https://gab.ai/BGKB/posts/18773446

Blogger The Overgrown Hobbit January 27, 2018 4:55 PM  

"They should pitch all those sexual freaks off of rooftops."

The attacks have had a chilling effect.


No kidding!

Tell you what, dear Social Justice activists. You like to claim that all evil, vile Nazis deserve to be killed, poisoned, bludgeoned, and punched in the face. Then you point at people and shriek: NAZI! whenever they disagree with you.

So when anyone does the same to commies, and points to you, I don't care.

Have fun.

Let me know when you've decided to change your modus operandi.


Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 27, 2018 4:58 PM  

Does this Fong person have any proof of these threats? I myself doubt that there were any threats.

And what are Fong's thoughts on Islam, especially what is labeled fundamentalist Islam?

Anonymous Criticas January 27, 2018 5:00 PM  

diversity advocates say some employees have “weaponized human resources” by goading them into inflammatory statements, which are then captured and reported to HR

See what you made me do!

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 27, 2018 5:02 PM  

If I had any proof of threats I would post them at least to laugh at them, but strangely this drama laden bore of a person has no proof of any threats except a poor choice of words in the description of Islamic terror.

IMO twenty questions with Fong would be a lot more entertaining than flexing internet muscle.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 27, 2018 5:23 PM  

I would assume that most of the non-white employees at Google are making Fong miserable and enjoy the hell out of making Fong miserable, like a sport, but the only way that Fong can retaliate is against the Left's squirrel call "White men."

Anonymous GodEmperorMemes January 27, 2018 5:39 PM  

"Fong-Jones, a trans-woman..."

Or, as normal people call him, "a man".

Blogger DonReynolds January 27, 2018 5:43 PM  

I have never known Vox Day to advocate white nationalism....here or anywhere else. In fact, it would be a bit silly for an American Indian to advocate white nationalism....or white supremacy.

The original meaning of the Russian word Pogram was "riot", especially when local authorities permitted or encouraged it, as long as the intended targets were "politically correct", you might say. Is that not what we are seeing these days?

And where are they going to go and where will they hide when the Pogram is pointed in the other direction? Most cross dressers are not that convincing and angry people can get very creative about these things.

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants January 27, 2018 5:49 PM  

Show me your threats. All of them. Don't tell me about them, because I don't believe you if I can't see the source material. How many were they, what did they say, exactly. Show them to me.

Blogger tublecane January 27, 2018 5:59 PM  

@71-I enjoy the fact that anyone who knows anything about the world will recognize the rooftop comment as referencing Muslims. Which means that either Wired doesn't know anything about the world--which is unlikely--or they think their control of the Narrative is still so tight that tiny red pills hidden inside scare quotes won't hurt them.

They've got another thing coming.

Blogger tublecane January 27, 2018 6:06 PM  

Along the lines of weaponizing HR, I've noticed Trump's opponents on DACA acting as if he politicized the issue. Meaning they want us to imagine DACA as some noncontroversial, widely accepted "law of land" that Trump decided to use against Dems out of the blue. Instead of, you know, something Obama yanked out og his butt half a second ago as a middle finger to the nation.

This is the way they think. Everything they do is perfectly normal. If their opponents do anything similar, even with the exact same methods (as with a "weaponized" HR), they're all, "Whoa, hang on a minute. Where did *that* come from?"

Blogger tz January 27, 2018 6:06 PM  

@29 The SJW cries out in pain as it strikes you.

@31 Not only don't they have lives, they are zombies trying to eat the life out of anyone else they can.

@57 Zoho Docs, FastMail, replaces the two major things I had on Google (the former was just one tracking spreadsheet I need to access from multiple devices). Fastmail takes care of GMail. I don't share media pubicly online, but Amazon Drive isn't converged yet, and there are Box.net/DropBox, etc. (I have a hosting service with unlimited storage so I just put it where the web doesn't go) and Fastmail has a file store. I still need Google for my Android stuff but have a VPN and/or router ad/track blocker.

GENERAL:

It isn't Schadenfreude when the misfortune is self-inflicted. There are now two problems, the productive employees are trying to work with an extra level of stress of the Diversity Police while trying to code effectively and to do a good job and waste their time deflectng it, and the "diversity hires" are staying in their cubes creating chaos in the products instead of crying in one of the 57 gendered restrooms, or spending hours waiting for their turn at HR to report wrongthink.

When the alt-right gets its own registrar, they should block or localhost all google's ad and tracking properties, or redirect them to something that will spoof them for the "you're using an ad-blocker".

Blogger DonReynolds January 27, 2018 6:14 PM  

@79 tublecane
"Along the lines of weaponizing HR, I've noticed Trump's opponents on DACA acting as if he politicized the issue. Meaning they want us to imagine DACA as some noncontroversial, widely accepted "law of land" that Trump decided to use against Dems out of the blue. Instead of, you know, something Obama yanked out og his butt half a second ago as a middle finger to the nation."

Even worse than that....
The Official White House Lie was that DACA was necessary to FOCUS scarce enforcement resources, to go after the really, really dangerous criminal aliens. Since we are not bothering with the DACA people (right now), we can deal with the bigger threats first. Of course, they may as well have included everyone in DACA.

Blogger Not a lefty January 27, 2018 6:42 PM  

Looks like yootoob is going through another round of demonetization.

https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/01/27/will-alphabet-pay-the-price-for-the-youtube-partne.aspx

I wonder who will get "accidentally" removed.

Anonymous English Tom January 27, 2018 7:02 PM  

I've heard the dish is heavily suffused with soy to give it it's special flavour!

Anonymous English Tom January 27, 2018 7:10 PM  

I've heard you can use them but only at certain times in the month!

Anonymous English Tom January 27, 2018 7:17 PM  

As the great American genius Frank Herbert said "every cycle is a reaction to the preceding cycle."

Anonymous English Tom January 27, 2018 7:31 PM  

I've heard you can use them but only at certain times of the month.

Anonymous m January 27, 2018 8:40 PM  

Coming to a rooftop near you:
https://www.blacklistednews.com/EU_court%3A_Asylum_seekers_must_not_be_forced_to_take_%27gay_tests%27/63213/0/38/38/Y/M.html

Blogger Snidely Whiplash January 27, 2018 8:49 PM  

Regarding the wedding photos, what is with the collars they wear?

Hides the Adam's apple.

Anonymous Post Alley Crackpot January 27, 2018 10:56 PM  

The Wired people must be feeling they're as good as beaten ...

VD is certainly entertaining, and I certainly arrived here primarily for the vast number of popcorn-enjoying opportunities, but to call VD out in the same breath as Breitbart, a considerably larger venture?

Obviously Wired does not do enough drug screening in its workplace, and they can feel threatened by something as small as even a badger with an airsoft gun. :-)

VD: "You should be all right, Nate. I don't think media SJWs are on the hunt for comments about Alabama football. Yet."

This is for Nate's sake then ...

I hope Liz Egg-Fu-Yong will remember
A Southern Man don't need it around any how.


SWEEEEEEEET HOME ALABAMA

(ROLL TIDE) :-)

Maybe the Goolag can take three steps toward the door. :-)

Anonymous ScarletNumber January 27, 2018 11:42 PM  

> I'd like to see Google make more of an effort to protect our safe spaces and to make sure that people who get information out of the company from sensitive forums with malicious intent are disciplined accordingly.
- Alon Altman, senior Google engineer

I wonder if Alon sees the irony of his statement. I'm sure James Damore felt he posted his document in a safe space, yet others released it with malicious intent.

Blogger PapayaSF January 27, 2018 11:57 PM  

Note that the top-rated comments on the Wired piece are pretty supportive of Damore.

Blogger Abyssus Invocat January 28, 2018 12:40 AM  

This is going to be so good. I’m shorting Google and buying stock in popcorn companies first thing Monday.

Blogger Troushers January 28, 2018 1:25 AM  

Fong Jones, Fong Jones
Man in wig with
Wrong cojones

Blogger Dave January 28, 2018 2:29 AM  

Publisher of Del Arroz's first book a casualty of convergence?

http://www.superversivesf.com/2018/01/26/evil-girlfriend-media-shutting-its-doors/

Blogger LP9 January 28, 2018 2:30 AM  

Let google burn in that they have the (zero) credibility of freaks at CNN and google is painful to bother with.

AI is a another police state grid of morons seeking to overlord users, Facebooks newly downloaded app allowed (F)carvebook to access your phone and listen in anytime they want, is that ok? NO. Facebook shall fail their leadership to even twitter is women ran, let it fail.

Blogger LP9 January 28, 2018 2:56 AM  

Affirmed, Vox is telling the truth;

"Your claim that "Vox Popoli, which promotes white nationalism" is false, libelous, and Fake News. Even a cursory search of the blog would have shown you that I a) am an American Indian, b) am not a white nationalist, and, c) do not promote white nationalism on Vox Popoli. To the contrary, I assert that white nationalism is an incoherent and ridiculous American concept that is as hopeless as the pan-Arabism and pan-Africanism of the 1960s.

Please correct the article at your earliest opportunity.

Thank you,

Vox Day

And when you're commenting, notice that it is again the comments that are being used as the locus for the SJW attacks on me. They've been doing this since 2013; the SFWA did precisely the same thing in its 130-page report. So, be disciplined and be aware that SJWs will quote-mine you in order to attempt to discredit and disqualify me. If you must bravely posture and preen as a hard-talking fellow, this is not the right place to do it. Yes, I am aware there will be SJWs false-flagging in this regard. That's nothing new. They've been trying to do so for years.

But this is all good news. We all know what this sort of flak indicates. And why they're so fearful.

As the internal debate raged in the wake of Damore’s memo, McMillen says that he knows of at least 10 coworkers who were called into HR for making political statements related to the document, with consequences ranging from verbal warnings to a reduced performance-review score. McMillen was told by HR not to do anything hiring or promotion related for a year. Altman got a verbal warning for writing on an internal board that certain employees should be fired. “I meant only bigoted white men should be fired. They interpreted it as applying to all white men,” Altman says.

That wasn't the funniest aspect of the Wired article, though. That would be this, which appeared at the end of an article attempting to paint me as a villain for publishing information provided to me by whistleblowers.

Want to share information with WIRED securely? Get in touch with us through SecureDrop."

Great post: Wired isn't doing well, SJW's Antifa are unwell people so they accuse or attach silly lies to Vox and those here whom took notice to attacking an innocent married man for nothing.

I wrote the critics, ADL etc., 2017 asking why they failed to abort those they listed as threats whom are not threats AT ALL its, they are are the liars and the drama queens bitching about nothing but they did such lists to monetize their lists, creating a hit list of innocent people that do not belong on those retarded boomer lists - those targeting Vox Day and others cannot pass an audit from a corrupt worthless inept irrelevant go'vt.

The critics are inept but have some money backing them and little more, they are mere passer bys.

Blogger wreckage January 28, 2018 4:09 AM  

Wunpersoned and fired a guy for wrongthink, and now we're victims of an organized and malicious campaign! Admittedly one that has not actually either the organization or the malice to get us fired.

In short, people either without power or without malice are oppressing us viciously, although to a much lesser extent than we oppress others!

Pity us! Protect us! Wh... why are you carrying pitchforks?

Blogger James Dixon January 28, 2018 10:23 AM  

Male. That thing has never been a man.

Blogger Akulkis January 28, 2018 10:52 AM  

@93

"Fong Jones, Fong Jones
Man in wig with
Wrong cojones"

Just because two words have the same last few final letters doesn't mean they rhyme.

Seriously question: Is your IQ in the sub-100 range?

If so, I would suggest it is better to be thought a fool and not posting at all, rather than to post stupidity, and remove all doubt.

Actually, if your IQ is below 125 (which I'm sure it is), it's probably best you just read what other people are writing.

Anonymous Pale male January 28, 2018 10:44 PM  

Akulkis, two words:  poetic license.

Blogger Cliodyn Cycwatch January 29, 2018 1:50 AM  

... objective of ... the swarming is to demoralize the target ...

... requesting a retraction and correction to the author, Jessica Guynn, who can be reached at jguynn@usatoday.com ...

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