by Chris Black
If Keith can persuade Elon Musk to ban the ADL like he bans the nationalist right (Mark Collett, Mike Peinovich, Jared Taylor, Kevin Macdonald, etc.), more power to him.
Let’s keep an open mind and see where this goes. I already know where it will go, but I would love to be surprised by Keith’s new internet buddy.
Internet slacktivism is appealing to people because it is low risk and low effort, but I have not seen evidence that this has ever influenced anything.
I doubt Elon Musk, who is an asset of the Zionist occupation government, will even think of banning the ADL.
News reports reveal that the female CEO of “X” has pretty much given Jonathan Greenblatt full control of the platform.
I’m happy to be wrong.
If we can stop these people by tweeting while gaming in another window and eating pizza in our underpants, sign me up.
Online slacktivism hit its stride during the Arab Spring then peaked in 2016 with the election of Trump and breakout for the Alt-Right.
Since then, the strategy has been thwarted by an unprecedented censorship of the flow of information.
Using the internet to fan the flames of regime change by the US State Department — the world’s most skilled user of online political subversion — has failed everywhere as of late because all you have to do to make it stop is turn off the internet.
There is this view that because right-wing internet content has more passive consumers, this somehow translates into real world power.
There is 0 connection, even the center right is getting crushed in the real world because this sentiment is not organized or coherent.
Leftoids are far fewer in number and largely offline, but far more enthusiastic, fervent and more engaged with society.
This error in understanding how political power works is why Boomers who love Dan Bongino — one of social media’s top political influencers, period — continue to get fired for saying All Lives Matter at work.