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Thursday, June 16, 2016

Don't talk to the media!

In light of my ridiculous experience with Wired and after seeing how multiple media outlets turned to George RR Martin and John Scalzi to ask them to interpret my actions, I now turn down most media requests. I do so literally every week; I just turned down two yesterday alone. The media is not in the business of reporting the news, they are in the business of selling their masters' Narrative.

In Free Speech Isn't Free, Roosh explains that he learned the same lesson from the Canadian media.
I began to understand that the purpose of the mainstream media is to push a specific agenda while concealing the strength or victories of anyone who fights against that agenda. Montreal showed me how deliberate and pre-meditated it all was. There was little use talking to the media further when I already had my own effective media channels, so in Toronto I would refuse nearly all of the two dozen interview requests I received.

The mainstream media, especially the biggest outlets, are crypto-activist organizations that share nearly complete ideological overlap with mega-rich globalists and the most degenerate members of society, who help those globalists keep power and wealth by destroying tradition, the family unit, and nationalism. Social justice warriors are little Frankenstein creations of billionaires. That was hard for me to believe at first, but to see the machine whirl to action and be turned against me offered a confirmation that will stay with me for the rest of my life. The enemy is clear to me now. 
The key phrase there is "concealing the strength or victories of anyone who fights against that agenda". That's why the media comes running as soon as anyone starts to look like a threat, to shape the Narrative about them and minimize them. The media is not a microphone, it is a combination muzzle and fun house mirror. One gun shop owner learned why you don't talk to them the hard way:
Yesterday the man in this video from the NY Daily News called and asked if he could come and interview us about the basic principles of how an AR-15 works. We acknowledged his offer so that we could prove that an AR-15 is indeed a great and safe weapon as stated in the video. After the video was filmed there was another Q&A type conversation on how things work in other countries, what are some of the things others believe would be a step into the right direction of gun control. To our knowledge we did not know that Mr. Kuntzman would completely turn things around and make our establishment look like one of anti-gun advocates.

We have received dozens of phone from all over the country in regards to the article. Many of these callers expressed disgust with the article and told us to stay away from the media. I can assure everyone that we do not support mental health screenings like they do in Europe and we don't think that government officials should take away guns from people as it was portrayed in the article. Currently we are doing everything we can to take this article down because after reading it we are just as disgusted about it as all of you are. Our team here at Double Tap would like to sincerely apologize for the misunderstanding and report that we are doing everything in our power to get this article removed.

I implore all of our supporters to share our apology with everyone in order to help defend ourselves from the media who is doing anything in their power to blemish the face of all gun owners and attempting to add more rule to the fire of the attempt of the liberal gun-grabbing agenda.To those that are writing negative reviews about us, please understand we had no intentions of having this article cause such an issue, nor intentions of us looking like anti gun advocates but, to educate which in turn did the complete opposite due to Mr. Kuntzman. If anyone has anymore questions or concerns please feel free to come in or call us we will gladly discuss this issue with you.
Now, I do make occasional exceptions depending upon the journalist, the publication, and the specific situation. But in general, I now reject phone interview requests out of hand. If I agree to answer questions, I do it in writing and I keep the answers short enough that they cannot usefully edit them.  I do not ever do television; even if I was a major media figure I would not do any television that was not live, as the TV editing is particularly deceptive and dishonest.

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Blogger J A Baker June 16, 2016 8:12 AM  

It's very true, and that's how news stories are filtered. I mean all kinds of things happens all of the time, but the media will be pushing certain narratives and so they will only publish news stories that further those narratives, and reporters will go out and look for those stories and in worst case scenarios attempt to create those stories by for instance interviewing a certain author who holds certain views and taking his quotes out of context for the sake of a risky headline that would continue a narrative that portrays a certain group of people in a certain way.

Anonymous Avalanche June 16, 2016 8:14 AM  

Alas that the gun shop guys had not already read "SJWs Always Lie."

Anonymous #3254 June 16, 2016 8:17 AM  

Since Trump has secured the nomination, the media has turned on him relentlessly. Before he got the nomination it seemed like they were holding back on him a little, allowing him to eviscerate his competitors. Now that he's in the driving seat, the rabbits are going berserk: completely misinterpreting his foreign policy speech and spraying spittle-flecked rage about his immigration proposals. Hopefully he continues to fight his own way.

Anonymous Steve June 16, 2016 8:18 AM  

This.

Unless it's a non-controversial puff piece for your local paper about your prized mouser winning second place in a cat show, you need to be aware that the media has already written the story, and the purpose of talking to you is so they can cherry pick or even flat-out invent quotes from you to support that story. Preferably with pictures.

They will typically approach you pretending to be a sympathetic ear just wanting to give you the opportunity to put your case on record.

People fall for this all the time. Especially smart people who you'd think would know better. They just don't expect soneone with a friendly smile and nice manners to knife them in the back.

If you find yourself in a SJW attack and the media sniffs around you, tell them to eat the peanuts out of your shite.

Anonymous That Would Be Telling June 16, 2016 8:21 AM  

Repeating a reply I made about the gun shop on Peter's blog:

At this point, any gun store owner who agrees to do such an interview can be presumptively assumed to be either too stupid to continue to be supported, and should go out of business, or on the other side, there's no reason for us to automatically believe the shop owner's claims after the backlash.

Either way, they are our enemy and should be treated as such.

Blogger RM Chris June 16, 2016 8:22 AM  

That's why the media comes running as soon as anyone starts to look like a threat, to shape the Narrative about them and minimize them.

Which is what the reports that the "Orlando shooter is a self-hating gay" seemed like to me.

Whether gay or not, the push seemed to be more about misdirecting attention from terrorism and our lax immigration law, and back on to "the fault of evil guns."

Blogger Mr.MantraMan June 16, 2016 8:25 AM  

How does a press conference work into this formula?

Blogger sysadmn June 16, 2016 8:26 AM  

As Instapundit says, think of journalists as Operatives with Bylines. From the days of yellow journalism, the product was not "News"; it was "Audience". That is so thoroughly entrenched that "Audience" is assumed, and "Indoctrination" is the goal.

Blogger Salt June 16, 2016 8:27 AM  

Kuntzman is taking a boot up the ass on social media. People posting pics of their 7 and 8 year old daughters shooting ARs. Let's see if Double Tap has a spike in sales.

Blogger Cataline Sergius June 16, 2016 8:29 AM  

I do not ever do television; even if I was a major media figure I would not do any television that was not live, as the TV editing is particularly deceptive and dishonest.

Prime example; The Daily Show.

This Gavin McInnes show where he talks about his time one the Daily Show.

Though I’m confident I can discuss feminism and economics with clarity, I don’t actually know soccer players’ names, so when Minhaj asked me to name a few, I joked, “Bobby Daniels, Ziggler Norris, and a guy known to everyone as Junebug.” The last name was used to make it extra clear I was kidding. They had no idea. I know this because after the interview I told them they were made-up names and they were surprised. In the interview the correspondent was impressed with the names and called them “deep cuts.” In the edit they stick in a face where Minhaj sarcastically feigns interest like I’m an idiot. This is all over the interview. When you’re done talking, they capture a series of correspondent reactions they can put in later and they include this exasperated brow-pinching thing you do when you’re talking to a complete moron. On top of these edits, they add in voice-over where Minhaj can sound tough and yell, “You’re 0 for 2, Gavin” and “If you’re going to make up a name, you need to do better than Junebug.” Yeah, I know. That’s what a joke is.

Anonymous Spinrad's Agent June 16, 2016 8:33 AM  

No journalist is your friend.

Every journalist has decided their agenda before they talk to you.

I wouldn't recommend talking to a journalist ever.

Blogger Aaron Swenson June 16, 2016 8:34 AM  

Here's one for (((Kuntzman))) 😂

http://imgur.com/axjRb1T

Anonymous Spinrad's Agent June 16, 2016 8:36 AM  

Oh, and nothing is ever off the record.

Anonymous Steve June 16, 2016 8:37 AM  

Since Trump has secured the nomination, the media has turned on him relentlessly.

Yar. Imagine what they'd have done to poor Ted Cruz. I'm not being sarcastic here, I genuinely think Trump did him an unintended favour by beating him in the primaries. All the kooky religious stuff and the strange $500K bung to Carly and Ted's unusual family life and his wife's mental health were pretty much ignored by the press because Trump dominated the headlines.

It'd be plastered all over the media now if he were the presumptive nominee, and nothing Ted did or said suggests he'd have the personality to effectively deal with that. He'd just double down on the evangelical constitutionalist stuff and be the media's whipping boy for the next five months.

Trump has a chance of turning things around because he's much less fragile and has the charisma to shrug off a lot of the traditional attacks.

What he needs is for the GOP to get its collective finger out of its collective arse and attack Hillary.

There's several decades of her incompetence and criminality on public record. She's also less appealing than a brand of condoms made out of sandpaper and endorsed by Charlie Sheen.

So far, Hillary's handlers have cleverly kept her out of the limelight except for highly stage-managed photo ops so people don't get reminded of just how fucking awful she is.

The Republican playbook should be Hillary... Hiiillllaaarrryyy... Come out and play-ay...

Anonymous WinstonWebb June 16, 2016 8:38 AM  

Spinrad's AgentJune 16, 2016 8:36 AM
Oh, and nothing is ever off the record.


Not so. The Truth is regularly off the record.

Blogger David June 16, 2016 8:38 AM  

Yes. My rule for TV interviews, for the remote chance that someone should ever want to interview me: 'Talk with my agent. I will need to have TOTAL creative control over the use of the material. I do the editing for your show.'

Blogger Mr.MantraMan June 16, 2016 8:40 AM  

Always ask, "Why is this information produced?"

Anonymous Clay June 16, 2016 8:41 AM  

What is it...seven months to go?

Donald needs to shut his mouth, too.

Anonymous andon June 16, 2016 8:47 AM  

what if you let the media know that you would be fine with an interview but that you would be recording the audio as well and if any deceptive editing occurred, you would release your audio - as per the recent katie couric episode?

Blogger Paul Lutgen June 16, 2016 8:49 AM  

You would be great on the Fox News programs associated with Greg Gutfeld.

Blogger Paul Lutgen June 16, 2016 8:51 AM  

In fact contact Gavin Mcinnes I think you would find a kindred spirit with him.

Blogger Neanderserk June 16, 2016 8:56 AM  

I'm curious. Wouldn't talking to the media, recording on your end, and then refuting the subsequent lies, be useful?

Does it hurt them more to be unable to get a quote?

Is it just a question of time/benefit, or of harm/benefit?

Blogger J A Baker June 16, 2016 9:08 AM  

@andon

Or he can do a question answer in am email or chat room and publish the transcript. I think Vox has done this before.

Blogger J A Baker June 16, 2016 9:09 AM  

Has Vox ever been interviewed by Alex Jones?

Blogger praetorian June 16, 2016 9:09 AM  

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Anonymous andon June 16, 2016 9:11 AM  

I read recently that someone was asked for an interview by the media and said "fine just know that i'll be recording from this side" and suddenly the media person wasn't interested any longer, lol.

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Blogger Mr.MantraMan June 16, 2016 9:11 AM  

That the Right never attacks the individual lefties is a misstep. I think it is changing as it seems to be dawning on at least the alt-right that the SJW types are weak and hence the weak spot in the Left Meta Cult.

Blogger Cail Corishev June 16, 2016 9:12 AM  

Many people know the media is biased, but few understand how easy it is for a talented interviewer and editor to make you look like you said things you didn't say.

And even when the topic is completely uncontroversial and they're not trying to twist anything, there's a good chance they'll misquote you and get things wrong, because accuracy isn't what they're going for and they don't treat citing like it's a research paper. Don't assume that anything written in quotes is an actual quote.

Blogger Thucydides June 16, 2016 9:13 AM  

AS many people have already mentioned, be prepared to record any media encounters yourself (or by a trusted agent). Even a cell phone recording of the unedited transcript can work.

As well, be prepared to preempt the media. IF they are interviewing you, make your recording and post it right away, so their subsequent editing will be exposed for the fraud it is. The short and medium term result of this is you will no longer be interviewed by the media, since you threaten their narrative. OTOH, you can continue to act as your own advocate on Social Media and the Internet. and be one of the thousands of voices that are liking the Legacy Media through the death of a thousand cuts.

Anonymous andon June 16, 2016 9:15 AM  

also, what if you illegally recorded a phone interview without letting the media know they were being recorded, then they proceed to distort your replies and you then present the actual audio. would the law enforcement go after you or is the point made?

Blogger Student in Blue June 16, 2016 9:17 AM  

@Steve
The Republican playbook should be Hillary... Hiiillllaaarrryyy... Come out and play-ay...

*clink, clink, clink*

Blogger Cataline Sergius June 16, 2016 9:23 AM  

22. Neanderserk

I'm curious. Wouldn't talking to the media, recording on your end, and then refuting the subsequent lies, be useful?

Absolutely not.

1. First impressions are lasting impressions. The guy who gets his version of the story out first sets the pace, the tone and the paradigm. He is the one who decides where the battle field is going to be.

2. The Media has a drastically bigger footprint than we do. A line by line refutation on Youtube, will be watched by your friends and family and that's it.

That Daily Show piece lying about Gavin Mcinnes was watched by 7,700,000 people. His Youtube rebuttal has been seen by 350,000. I suspect the overlap of audiences is about zero.

Do the math.

3. If you trying to prove they are liers you've been living under a rock. We all know they are are liers. More importantly they all know they are liers and they don't care. They care about keeping the Narrative Delusion Bubble intact and unmolested. That's it nothing more. Their side could not care less about the truth unless the truth is slightly convenient for them.

Blogger Chris Mallory June 16, 2016 9:32 AM  

@31 In many states recording your own phone conversations is perfectly legal. By my count, 38 states have "one party consent" laws. This means only one of the parties to a conversation must know it is being recorded. Check your state laws and be careful of California.

As for the gun shop owner, don't trust his apology. He is a former German cop and an immigrant to the US.

Anonymous Philipp June 16, 2016 9:36 AM  

About 80% of all journalists are on the political left. And most of the rest are cuckservatives.

Blogger Nick Siekierski June 16, 2016 9:37 AM  

Google "Bruce Charlton" he's an expert on the way that the mass media operates, from a psychological perspective. His two most important books "Thought Prison: The Fundamental Nature of Political Correctness" and "Addicted to Distraction: The Psychological Consequences of Mass Media Addiction" are both free and within the first 10 results of the search for his name. Highly recommended reading. The mass media is a hive mind, how much intentional lying they do is irrelevant, their purpose is to destroy the family unit, tradition, religion, etc. It's a continuation of the Bolshevik Revolution, a permanent revolution against society.

Blogger Booch Paradise June 16, 2016 9:37 AM  

Cataline Sergius wrote:22. Neanderserk

I'm curious. Wouldn't talking to the media, recording on your end, and then refuting the subsequent lies, be useful?

Absolutely not.

1. First impressions are lasting impressions. The guy who gets his version of the story out first sets the pace, the tone and the paradigm. He is the one who decides where the battle field is going to be.

2. The Media has a drastically bigger footprint than we do. A line by line refutation on Youtube, will be watched by your friends and family and that's it.

That Daily Show piece lying about Gavin Mcinnes was watched by 7,700,000 people. His Youtube rebuttal has been seen by 350,000. I suspect the overlap of audiences is about zero.

Do the math.

3. If you trying to prove they are liers you've been living under a rock. We all know they are are liers. More importantly they all know they are liers and they don't care. They care about keeping the Narrative Delusion Bubble intact and unmolested. That's it nothing more. Their side could not care less about the truth unless the truth is slightly convenient for them.


While that's all true, the other side of the coin is that the refutations have higher conversion power. We saw that with gamergate. People who were sympathetic to SJW's would come across something showing them just how dishonest the media is and they'd change sides. I doubt that Daily Show piece made anyone reevaluate anything.

Anonymous Broken Arrow June 16, 2016 9:37 AM  

Speaking to the media right now is especially stupid. They have lost their collective minds over the Orlando shooting as it doesn't fit the narrative and are simply resorting to making up entire histories of the Second Amendment to try to keep it going.

Anyone who doesn't go along with the narrative 100% right now will be demonized more than ever.

Anonymous Avalanche June 16, 2016 9:38 AM  

@30 "... be prepared to preempt the media. IF they are interviewing you, make your recording and post it right away, "

Post it (on YouTube? on your own private site?) and, then what? Maybe -- if you're extremely lucky and already known -- 100,000 people will see what you really said? What about the several MILLION who watched the edited slur-job? This (concept) is still the polite, honest, honorable folks on the Right ACTUALLY believing there will be fairness!!

There will BE NO FAIRNESS!!

The media which has just slurred you to forward their Narrative is NOT going to point to your proof that they lied.

Blogger Cataline Sergius June 16, 2016 9:42 AM  

Final notes on the subject;

Don't engage your enemy on a battlefield of his choosing. You are always better than halfway to losing the battle that way.

We are building our own media. It's in diapers but it is now there, it exists.

Yes, it's going to take a while. The Silents and especially the Boomers are completely dependent on television for information.

But nobody under fifty even turns them on much anymore.

My wife and I recently did homebuilders tour. You could easily guess the age of the owner by the amount of TVs the house had.

We can decide where our own battle lines are to be drawn.

Anonymous VFM #9617 June 16, 2016 9:43 AM  

"Unless it's a non-controversial puff piece for your local paper about your prized mouser winning second place in a cat show, you need to be aware that the media has already written the story"

Pffff, not even that. My picture was in the paper years ago about our High School band marathon. I appear to be sleeping on my tuba. I wasn't, they asked me to pretend to be asleep.

A few years later I was also misquoted while a physics student interning at a nuclear facility as having said that we have to watch out that the atoms will hit us in the head. Was I ever the butt of jokes.

Blogger JaimeInTexas June 16, 2016 9:43 AM  

Unrelated ... Dilbert continues on SJW

http://dilbert.com/strip/2016-06-16

Blogger Gaiseric June 16, 2016 9:47 AM  

Cataline Sergius wrote:Don't engage your enemy on a battlefield of his choosing. You are always better than halfway to losing the battle that way.
Realization that the media is the enemy is still not there with too many people in America. It's changing fast (thank you, Trump!) but there's still an awful lot of indoctrinated inertia to overcome.

Anonymous fop June 16, 2016 9:56 AM  

The recoil bruised my shoulder. The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary case of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable.

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous FP June 16, 2016 10:04 AM  

(((Kuntzman))) and his articles on this issue fit so many stereotypes it is hilarious. Oh the recoil from a .223 gave him bruises and he was suffering ptsd after an hour.

Anonymous That Would Be Telling June 16, 2016 10:11 AM  

What gets me the most, besides the bruising, is "the smell of sulfur". There's no denying that modern smokeless powder burns with an acrid sort of smell, but there's no sulfur whatsoever, and that and its compounds smell very different.

The full sentence is "The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick." and while I might believe the "made me sick", it's otherwise seriously fictional. As appears to be most of what he wrote, at least some of which he's trying to walk back (that Dilbert cartoon mentioned @42 is perhaps not so unrelated).

Anonymous Basin Boys June 16, 2016 10:19 AM  

they are in the business of selling their masters' Narrative.

Absolutely. That is it and that is all. And have been for 80 years.
So it begs the question, WHO are their masters?
Who What Where When How and Why?

"The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick."

But not when the Govt and the Corps that own it do it in your name and kill all the exact wrong people, right honey??

Blogger LGB June 16, 2016 10:22 AM  

I read Kuntzman's article and heard it all in the voice of The Jerky Boys' character Sol:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhjBlPucpd0

"The rifle bruised my shoulder and I had the PTSD ALL AFTERNOON! I'm suing for punitive damages!"

Blogger Chris Mallory June 16, 2016 10:31 AM  

@46 Just imagine if he had been shooting some of that Mexican .22 that smells like cat pee.

Blogger skiballa June 16, 2016 10:31 AM  

PTSD huh?

I have to say, having shot countless rounds out of that style of rifle, both during a ten year military career, and with the 2 I subsequently purchased, that has never been an issue.

Wearing proper hearing protection, and with a good cheek weld, the most distracting thing is the buffer spring compressing and releasing.

It's like boomSproing! boomDOING! boomBOING!, more likely to induce giggles than the need for counseling. It's funny when virtue signalling causes a point and laugh response.

Anonymous The other robot June 16, 2016 10:37 AM  

Ann Coulter says:

Instead of reporting what Trump said, the media give us the “gist” of it (in the sense of an unrecognizable distortion). It was awful, Hitlerian, beneath our dignity as a nation. They lie about what he said and then attack their own lies as if they’re attacking Trump.

That reminds me of something. A book perhaps.

Anonymous BGKB June 16, 2016 10:53 AM  

@27 that sounds like a job for John C Wright.

Kuntzman is taking a boot up the ass on social media

The problem is he might like it.

The Republican playbook should be Hillary... Hiiillllaaarrryyy... Come out and play-ay...

Did you not see the "Who let the dogs out" commercial?

"The rifle bruised my shoulder and I had the PTSD ALL AFTERNOON!

Not many people get hurt limp wristing a .223

Anonymous The other robot June 16, 2016 11:03 AM  

Some people are willing to stick it to politicians.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab June 16, 2016 11:22 AM  

You can fire it off your crotch. He's a screaming quene.

Anonymous andon June 16, 2016 11:29 AM  

live talk radio would seem to be the best option then

Blogger Neanderserk June 16, 2016 11:35 AM  

@33 Cataline Sergies:

I doubt Cataline's reasoning is Vox's reasoning.

1. First impressions are lasting impressions.
2. The Media has a drastically bigger footprint than we do.
3. If you trying to prove they are liers you've been living under a rock.


1. No attention is bad attention.
2. Count fans added, not enemies.
3. The obvious must be continually proven. Have you not read the Bible?

Anonymous EH June 16, 2016 11:38 AM  

The mainstream media are reporting that Trump said: “I will be meeting with the N.R.A., who has endorsed me, about not allowing people on the terrorist watch list, or the no-fly list, to buy guns.”

I hope he's just making an insincere tactical move, because obviously there is nothing to stop the FBI and TSA from putting anybody on these lists for any reason or none, and there is no legal mechanism to get off them, or even to find out if you are on them.

Blogger RobertT June 16, 2016 11:45 AM  

The media is not in the business of reporting the news, they are in the business of selling their masters' Narrative.

They are certainly in the business of selling a narrative. In my experience it's to win favor with their peers rather than a master thing, but I don't discount any possibility when it comes to being interviewed.

I was giving a press conference with about ten people press when I asked an innocent clarification question, but it had the effect of displaying his intent, which I hadn't suspected. The guy blushed and stammered and acted very embarrassed. I didn't get the impression he was embarrassed because I called him out, but because it was in front of his peers. Pretty funny, all in all.

Blogger RobertT June 16, 2016 11:45 AM  

The media is not in the business of reporting the news, they are in the business of selling their masters' Narrative.

They are certainly in the business of selling a narrative. In my experience it's to win favor with their peers rather than a master thing, but I don't discount any possibility when it comes to being interviewed.

I was giving a press conference with about ten people press when I asked an innocent clarification question, but it had the effect of displaying his intent, which I hadn't suspected. The guy blushed and stammered and acted very embarrassed. I didn't get the impression he was embarrassed because I called him out, but because it was in front of his peers. Pretty funny, all in all.

Anonymous That Would Be Telling June 16, 2016 12:25 PM  

@57 EH:

The mainstream media are reporting that Trump said: “I will be meeting with the N.R.A., who has endorsed me, about not allowing people on the terrorist watch list, or the no-fly list, to buy guns.”

The media are reporting a tweet of his word for word.

See also the NRA's statement on this in general. As usual, they're ready to betray us at the drop of a hat.

Anonymous rienzi June 16, 2016 12:41 PM  

Many decades ago, I noticed that when the press covered a subject I was pretty much an expert in, they got it wrong, not a little bit wrong, but totally wrong. They haven't improved over the years.

That got me wondering, that if they totally blew the little bit that I knew something about, why would they be correct about anything else? The press is wrong about everything. Even when they're not trying to press a narrative, they still get it wrong.

Anonymous andon June 16, 2016 12:50 PM  

60. Blogger RobertT June 16, 2016 11:50 AM

During a press conference with about ten press, I asked an innocent clarification question, but it it unintentionally displayed his hidden agenda. The guy blushed and stammered and got very embarrassed. I didn't get the impression he was embarrassed because I called him out, but because it was in front of his peers.


interesting - he let them down


Even ESPN is full of snakes.

I used to buy their magazine about 10 yrs ago because it was cheap and had to do with sports but then I started to notice they gradually came to have an agenda so I cancelled the subscription and haven't even visited their website in over 5 yrs. Same thing led me to lose interest in NFL and MLB.

Anonymous zapbrannigan1 June 16, 2016 1:51 PM  

Hey all.

I'm a relatively new shooter and only own two 9mm handguns. I'm interested in buying an AR, but I was a little surprised to read this quote from the NY Daily News article:

"He admires his weaponry, yes, and has difficulty explaining why law-abiding citizens need a gun that can empty a 40-round magazine in a few seconds."

What the hell? I'm assuming this is another mistake because my understanding is the AR-15 is semi-automatic and that one can't buy (at least can't EASILY buy) any fully automatic rifle. Am I right on this?

Blogger Conan the Cimmerian June 16, 2016 1:56 PM  

Mr. Kuntzman

Kunt Man, huh.

Not too mention (((Kuntzman)))

With Jews, you lose

Anonymous Laz June 16, 2016 1:59 PM  

63. zapbrannigan1

It doesn't have to be full-auto to put out that many bullets. Many experienced shooters can pull the trigger 40 times in a few seconds. Especially with the negligible recoil on an AR.

Anonymous That Would Be Telling June 16, 2016 2:06 PM  

@63 zapbrannigan1:

I own an evil black rifle (EBR), but it's not an AR.

"Mistake" in part in that 30 round magazines are the norm for 5.56 NATO/.223 EBRs.

"A few seconds" ... depends on the definition of "a few". Some wonder if he rented a full auto rifle, and/or he could be exaggerating as he liberally does elsewhere.

The original AR-15 did have a full auto mode, since it was designed for military customers. And after being licensed by Colt, they turned out quite a few full auto copies that were sold to civilians (manufacturing and selling them to us did not become illegal until 1986), and of course the military's M16 variant initially had a full auto mode.

For a long while that was switched to a 3 round burst mode with horrible semi-auto ergonomics, but full auto is very recently back in vogue. Note, the Army doesn't give a damn about individual marksmanship or the effectiveness and reliability of its service rifle or carbine, and you shouldn't use service ammo if you buy a 5.56 NATO/.223 EBR, get something more effective.

Anonymous Gunnutmegger June 16, 2016 2:12 PM  

Re: Recordings

In CT, you can record any face-to-face conversation that you are participating in without notifying anyone else that you are doing it.

But to legally record a phone call, you must notify the other party. If they say they are recording the call, you can record the call yourself without telling them. There may be some gray area/selective enforcement on the issue of recorded calls, such as recording abusive/threatening calls that you are receiving.

And some states have passed laws attempting to make it illegal to record the police. Such laws have a poor record of withstanding constitutional scrutiny, but that process can take a while.

Anonymous andon June 16, 2016 2:51 PM  

64. Blogger Conan the Cimmerian June 16, 2016 1:56 PM
Mr. Kuntzman

Kunt Man, huh.

Not too mention (((Kuntzman)))

With Jews, you lose


kuntzman, kuntsler, I even heard of jew named lipshitz, lol

Blogger Unknown June 16, 2016 3:18 PM  

@61

You are correct, they do get everything wrong 100% of the time.
Michael Crichton coined a term for this: Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect
https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/65213-briefly-stated-the-gell-mann-amnesia-effect-is-as-follows-you

Blogger Were-Puppy June 16, 2016 3:48 PM  

@10 Cataline Sergius

This Gavin McInnes show where he talks about his time one the Daily Show.
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Gavin McInnes, that's the guy who looks like Baron Mordo from Dr. Strange comics? I watched him plant a huge lip lock on Milo at some press conference yesterday.

Blogger Were-Puppy June 16, 2016 3:49 PM  

@11 Spinrad's Agent
No journalist is your friend.

Every journalist has decided their agenda before they talk to you.
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I know two who worked in journalism for a short time. One at a local paper, another at CNN. Both of them couldn't stand the blatant hypocrisy of what went on at those places and quit after a couple years.

Blogger Were-Puppy June 16, 2016 3:52 PM  

@24 J A Baker
Has Vox ever been interviewed by Alex Jones?
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Now that I am more familiar with Alex Jones, I think it would be pretty good.

Blogger dc.sunsets June 16, 2016 3:57 PM  

Since billionaires (I include the foundations that survived their benefactors, e.g., Ford, Carnegie, Johnson, etc.) are essentially permanent sources of funding, freeing news outlets from commercial limits (i.e., they won't go out of business even if they have no customers and sell no advertising), what we are witnessing is an experiment to see if the Dominant Narrative can be entirely foisted on a people, basically, forever.

The "News" as it stands today is stuck in the Last Narrative (Equals Temple, Jim Jones presiding, brought to you by the makers of cherry KoolAid and KCN, USP) and is redefining the very nature of jamming bullshit down people's throats.

Trans? GrrrlPower? Immivasion is Great! Etc.

My view is that even the combined wealth of every billionaire (living and foundation) on Earth cannot resist an Idea Whose Time Has Come.

The Narrative arises endogenously. If I'm wrong, humanity will have to plumb depths I can't imagine in order to cast off this Evil Incarnate parasite.

But I think I'm right.

Blogger Were-Puppy June 16, 2016 3:58 PM  

@44 fop

For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable.

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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+100

After shooting a bunch of rounds, I am happy happy happy

Blogger Were-Puppy June 16, 2016 3:59 PM  

@46 That Would Be Telling

The full sentence is "The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick."
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Common complaint for those residing in hell

Blogger dc.sunsets June 16, 2016 4:00 PM  

The "News" as it stands is just one more way our Modern World is a terrible fit for our minds. Mankind arose under conditions so different from now that Future Shock is raised to large exponents. When an edited (or even completely CGI) video is poured into our brains by our eyes, few people have the abstract reasoning to recognize the puppeteers' strings.

Our own innovations have risen up and are consuming us. No Terminator Required.

Blogger Were-Puppy June 16, 2016 4:07 PM  

@53 The other robot

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From the link

"Various eyewitness accounts say the MP was shot during a row with a man. The gun has been described as either antique or hand made.

Some eyewitnesses report the attacker may have targeted Cox deliberately, shooting her up to three times, as well as beating and stabbing her while she was on the ground.

There are unconfirmed reports that the attacker, thought to be named Tommy Mair, shouted "Britain First" during the attack.

Another man reportedly intervened to help her, and was also injured.

The MP was left lying bloodied on the ground.

Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident, and regard this as a lone attack. A number of areas are still being searched by police."


Look what you guys have done to me, a poor former Sad Puppy. I look at this and immediately think "False Flag to get more support for Remain".

Blogger James Dixon June 16, 2016 4:10 PM  

> After shooting a bunch of rounds, I am happy happy happy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F805bMlWSA

Blogger Were-Puppy June 16, 2016 4:13 PM  

@57 EH


I hope he's just making an insincere tactical move, because obviously there is nothing to stop the FBI and TSA from putting anybody on these lists for any reason or none, and there is no legal mechanism to get off them, or even to find out if you are on them.
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I've literally had the TSA in Las Vegas pull me out of line for extra screening simply because I was wearing a martial art school t-shirt.

Anonymous BGKB June 16, 2016 4:30 PM  

I watched him plant a huge lip lock on Milo at some press conference yesterday.

I wouldn't even do that knowing his dating habits.

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents June 16, 2016 5:24 PM  

Speaking of guns: has a certain Koran burner been plastering West Hollywood?

http://www.dailywire.com/news/6612/west-hollywood-inundated-poster-rainbow-gadsen-hank-berrien

Ironic some of the same people who elected Chickenpooper as Gov. of Colorado, making the mag ban possible, are now rushing to buy those scarrrry black guns.

http://kdvr.com/2016/06/14/gun-sales-surge-after-orlando-shooting/

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents June 16, 2016 5:27 PM  

Also, Jihadi in Orlando spent quality time on Facebook during the last 3 hours of his life. Can't imagine why they took that stuff down.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/06/15/orlando-terrorists-chilling-facebook-posts-from-inside-club-revealed.html

Anonymous Gen. Kong June 16, 2016 6:21 PM  

No truth in "news", no news in truth. Lügenpresse - or (((Lügenpresse))) if you prefer - are 100% converged. Being SJWs, they always lie.

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents June 16, 2016 6:28 PM  

Wondering if the Orlando Afghan Jihad was ever a bacha bazai?

Say, we've imported how many thousands of Afghanis into the US?

Taliban appear to have found a use for the raped boys...
https://www.yahoo.com/news/taliban-honey-trap-boys-kill-afghan-police-034032649.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=tw

Blogger Earl June 16, 2016 6:59 PM  

The media is a big 4th gen intel/psy op for the globalists.

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents June 16, 2016 7:56 PM  

One more prize. One of the first to escape from the Pulse club turned around and held the exit door shut. If the only other way out was past the Jihadi, that alone would pretty much explain the body count.

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/06/wow-pulse-club-patron-admits-blocked-exit-club-condemning-gays-certain-death/

OpenID ymarsakar June 16, 2016 11:11 PM  

Some people did tell others online that SJWhores were merely the trash bin of the trash, amongst the Leftist alliance. They had far better assets, which they were keeping in reserve, ready to be used.

Hard to believe, but only for people who woke up late to the Leftist alliance's true power. For those that saw what the Left did in Vietnam, during FDR, or during 2003-2007 Iraq, it was pretty easy to see what the Left has been doing in this country at least. Of course, much of this was unnecessary in Europe and Australia, they had already disarmed the sheep.

Collaborating with the AP or the Leftist media propaganda organ, is equal to collaborating with the enemy. Even Breitbart admitted that giving advice to Huffington for the website, was a mistake. She had apparently changed from conservative to liberal fascist, like LGF.

The media has been working for the Left during Nixon's bloodless coup as well, when the FBi sub director was pulling the media's strings. It's why they portray JFK's assassination as by right wingers.

But even that doesn't constitute more than a few percentage points of the Left's strategic reserves. They've been the Left for awhile, even if the current scope looks globalist. That's because they have 1000 different factions in their alliance, and many of them are mutually exclusive ideologically, such as blacks who hate homos, Islam who hate homos, homos who hate other feminists, etc.

Evil makes it work, that's the key ingredient. They are all working together so they can loot and rape their enemies.

Blogger Chris June 17, 2016 11:08 AM  

". . . the TV editing is particularly deceptive and dishonest."

Manipulative, too. NBC's doctoring of the Zimmerman 911 call for example.

Blogger Unknown June 17, 2016 11:20 PM  

Why not accept a request or two and then (surreptitiously, perhaps) make your own recording of the interview and use it as an expose?

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