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Monday, October 26, 2020

Over the target

The blog is suddenly getting hit today by hundreds of spam comments. It's a clear indication that the Hunter Biden incest and corruption scandal is squarely over the target. Fortunately, we're already on full moderation lockdown, so most of the comments are going directly to spam.

43 comments:

  1. Yeah Lauren Witzke's twitter had a deluge of the usual paid hacks hitting it with the usual comments last night, low IQ/low energy ones at that, yay for white "liberals."

    It's a fantasy I know, but if The God Emperor would ship the white "liberals" off to the salt mines the world would unite in joyous song, they truly are the worst people on the planet.

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  2. Must be attracting the attention someone or some organizations.

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  3. Good. The more they panic and freak out in their insistence that there's nothing there, the more people are going to pay attention to it and realize that the Bidens are only the tip of the iceberg of Satanic evil in DC.

    Is that the Streisand Effect I keep reading about? I'm not up to speed on a few things.

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  4. The Rumors are many and interesting, but we'll have to wait to see if any pan out.

    Yet, what's more important is that a Preference Cascade is happening Right now, toward Trump, but more critical towards Nationalism, see -- "Big Tech Panicking – Trump’s Grassroots MAGA Army Working Around Platform Controls…," on CTH to clue into this explosion.

    This "Preference Cascade" is what I've been watching for all along, and it will go World Wide in scope (already is WW). Yes, there will even be a few early Biden voters change their votes. Some of the dumbest normies will hate the Globalist even more than we do in a couple of years.

    This is How the World Changes.

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  5. the more they fight to hide everything, the more we know they are guilty.

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  6. It's hard to remember just 20 years ago when this entire situation would have had the country up in arms and railing against Democrats but now, the thought police are firmly in control of the media and slowly choking the life out of any dissent.

    I'm surprised almost every day that I click through to this blog site that it's still up and running. Any theories as to why it's not shut down like the other Big Tech interventions of the last few weeks?

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  7. Yeah, it's been like that over on Gab too. Had to ban hammer a few spammers in the comment sections.

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  8. One thing I like about this site is the level of moderation that is present.
    There are too many sites I frequent who let any mouth-breather post there - and it's often the same wastes of skin who post the same vein of comments over and over regardless of how preposterous and insane they are, and how thoroughly they are refuted.

    Many thanks once again.

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  9. Yes, they're desperate. It looks like there's more than the Biden pedophilia and cover-ups; Bannon is now dropping emails involving the Clintons, though I don't know the context yet. It's not about the election anymore; it's about protecting the whole cabal.

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  10. /pol/ is getting slid hard and /qresearch/ is getting shilled hard right now too.
    Definitely over the target.

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  11. This stuff runs deep, more news to those not aware already https://archive.vn/AnC5w

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  12. This blog and your team's effective moderation and gamma blocking single handedly changed my preferences for online comments from open anarchy to the cultivated garden. Thank you.

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  13. Possibly the only case where a lockdown is useful :-)

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  14. @10 "I'm surprised almost every day that I click through to this blog site that it's still up and running. Any theories as to why it's not shut down like the other Big Tech interventions of the last few weeks?"

    Because he's called The Dark Lord for a reason.

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  15. Any theories as to why it's not shut down like the other Big Tech interventions of the last few weeks?

    Sundar Pichai doesn't want to pay me tens of millions of dollars. Note that Indiegogo's Head of Trust & Safety has been at Google for the last year.

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    1. "Sundar Pichai doesn't want to pay me tens of millions of dollars."

      I wonder how often he was called Pikachu in High School.

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  16. Be glad when everything goes to decentralized links, as in things like k.im.

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  17. "/pol/ is getting slid hard and /qresearch/ is getting shilled hard right now too.
    Definitely over the target."

    I will go check, but it strikes me that the slides are bad most of the time lately. Me thinks they've been worried for a while now.

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  18. >>Sundar Pichai doesn't want to pay me tens of millions of dollar<<

    well, here's hoping they give it a try so we can settle in with some popcorn for the initial fireworks and then throw in with the VFM to counterstrike where any additional hands are needed.

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  19. The Truth is like raging water. It is fast eroding the ground upon which the Potemkin narrative controllers have been forced to make their stand.

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  20. /pol/ is getting slid hard and /qresearch/ is getting shilled hard right now too.
    Definitely over the target.


    I saw that too. But they can't stop the meme magic dubs and trips, even quads. Also the userbase is quick to call out shills and black pillers.

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  21. A massive hot and spam operation and yet I have noticed hardly a blip in the way the blog functions facing outward. Thanks mods, the fact that we need to be told how hard you're working demonstrates how hard you're working, if you see what I mean.

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  22. anyone having trouble getting on Social Galactic?

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  23. Does this have anything to do with why SocialGalactic is down? No one asked by 3 PM, and I couldn't find updates either at Infogalactic News or Castalia House.

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  24. Is anybody else entertaining the notion that "it is China all the way down"?

    CTH touches on it in Beijing Bribery.

    Looking at the propaganda of the Jewish neocons, Frum, "China for a day" Friedman, the triumverate of stupidity Boot,Rubin and Kristol coupled with the fact that 1913 Russia was mostly a Jewish op, it makes sense that commies in America are in keague with the commies in China, that they work for them.

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  25. TheMaleRei wrote:There are too many sites I frequent who let any mouth-breather post there - and it's often the same wastes of skin who post the same vein of comments over and over regardless of how preposterous and insane they are, and how thoroughly they are refuted.
    The moderation here is very light. Outside of people who have been personally banned and insist on posting in the vain hope that it will inflict pain on Vox (who rarely even sees the those posts), and of course the obligatory nudie, witch doctor and herbalist spam, I doubt there are more than a few comments that get deleted for content on a normal day, as in 2 or 3. Usually blackpilling these days.

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  26. Geez like overnight the poll winds have shifted, I think in the vein of this posting is that the Right's alternative comms has had a huge effect on getting timely info out while the Left relies on white liberal cranks, leftwing versions of Hal Turner, us for the win.

    But then again me a UA sub to David's channel and just last night I finally figured out he is back in 'Murka doing 'Murkan stuff.

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  27. Dan in Georgia wrote:I wonder how often he was called Pikachu in High School.
    In India? Probably never.

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  28. I note with amusement that the meme is being spread today that voting for Biden over Trump is all about character. I suppose they are measuring how effective their information lockdown has been.

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  29. It's hard to remember just 20 years ago when this entire situation would have had the country up in arms and railing against Democrats but now, the thought police are firmly in control of the media and slowly choking the life out of any dissent.

    It's likely that the media was every bit as corrupt back then but they did a better job of hiding it. Although every Big Tech firm is converged there are many independent internet media firms that aren't.

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  30. VD must be directly over the target. The search bar on my phone will not autofill the blog address. After manually typing in to reach the blog I am halted with the unsafe security message and have to click on "Advanced" to load up the page.

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  31. What bothers me most is this: The FBI had Hunter's computer for almost a year. Joe Biden was announced as the Democrat Presidential Candidate in August. Now people in the DNC had to know this computer with all the filth and bribery implications was in the hands of the intelligence agencies therefore they also knew China had the info. Why in the world would they go ahead and run Biden for President knowing that the info had a good chance of being revealed? Had they nobody else in the 'party' who was maybe a little less compromised or perhaps they didn't care who they nominated because there is another more devious plan in the works?

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  32. Why in the world would they go ahead and run Biden for President knowing that the info had a good chance of being revealed?

    Did it? It appears that the FBI and CCP were only too happy to keep it to themselves. We wouldn't know about it if some other group hadn't gotten a copy, just as we wouldn't know about Hunter's laptop if the store owner hadn't made a copy. Seems like everyone liked the idea of a president they could all blackmail.

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  33. Thank you Vox for keeping an open but properly moderated comment section. I don't comment often but I appreciate reading the (sometimes) thoughtful comments people leave in addition to your own thoughts on the blog.

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  34. MidnightSun wrote:Why in the world would they go ahead and run Biden for President knowing that the info had a good chance of being revealed?
    The compromat was the down payment on the ticket. The Deep State would only endorse a candidate they had leverage on. So, part of preparing for the run was getting that material to the FBI, et cetera.

    There was obviously a bidding war for the nomination. Hillary apparently couldn't match the Biden bid. Who'd a thunk that Joey Dementia was a bigger crime boss than Crooked Hillary?

    Or maybe Crooked Hillary was so crooked that even the other crooks didn't trust her to stick to their script.

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  35. In a way, Trump picked Biden. I remember people here wondering why he was taking it so easy on him with the Sleepy Joe nickname, while he destroyed others like Warren before they could even get started. Maybe he wanted to run against Biden, and now we're seeing why.

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  36. @41 Ominous Cowherd:

    Or maybe Crooked Hillary was so crooked that even the other crooks didn't trust her to stick to their script.

    Or just too incompetent, and yes, more incompetent than a demented Biden. While I haven't studied her life in detail (shudder), as far as I know pretty much everything major she's attempted in her life after graduating from college has been an abject failure, except for some things arranged by her husband or his contacts.

    Who's offer of marriage she rejected until after she failed the D.C. bar exam and was part of a cabal in the Watergate committee that was scheming to turn Nixon's anticipated impeachment trial into an obvious travesty, like denying him the benefit of counsel, which got the whole group fired with extreme prejudice, and burned her anticipated career.

    This is a very important inflection point in her life, because accepting Bill's offer meant exile to Arkansas, which is one of the very worse states in flyover country, especially so back then. She helped Bill lose his first reelection for governor, and created constant debacles when she got back on the national stage. Penultimately losing the 2008 primary to Obama, again in part due to gross incompetence, for example her first campaign manager would lock herself in her office for hours in the afternoons to watch her telenovela. Was replaced by the storied black woman who was her White House chief of staff, but not before it was too late. And of course our memory of her missteps in 2016 is still pretty fresh.

    Money might also be an issue, one reason 2016 was wired for Hillary was Obama not being a Muslim, since he obviously worships another deity. He didn't meld his organization with the DNC's, and left it in terrible financial shape. This time, I seriously doubt there's any difficulty raising billions and billions to rid themselves of the turbulent BAD ORANGE MAN. Which are only table stakes, seeing how how Trump and the GOP was outspent 2 to 1 in 2016.

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