This is the same line of thinking as banning guns because a tiny fraction of people don't know how to obey laws. Ban certain areas of the net for normal people because less than a handful are wacko. Then ban another place because someone deemed certain speech hateful. Ya know what, that wasn't far enough. Now lets just ban people and places where people are just sorta mean. Less freedoms will fix everything!Realistically.. getting rid of those maladjusted little shits is probably a net positive for the world...
Apparently, Marxists and associated sodomites are after 8chan and other random internet boards made by random people, which other random people talk on.
So the solution to preventing young white boys from going on killing-sprees isn’t to stop vilifying and marginalizing them for being white, it’s not to try to stop openly celebrating the fact that the nation they grew up in is being ethnically wiped out of existence, it’s not to stop trying to make homosexuals & transvestites out of white children and the fact that working white dissidents who reject “glorious corporate world equality” are stalked, harassed, assaulted and economically terrorized has got nothing at all to do with their “radicalization”.
No, it’s 8chan, free communication and the free-flow of information. That’s where the problem truly lies. If only we could stop people freely communicating online, then we will have taken another necessary step towards the double-plus-good “equality” we all unquestionably deserve.
Imagine actually trying to cancel and “close-down” internet chat rooms because that’s what a good multi-cultist would do, to save the brown people.
And the nerds on 8chan are a terror threat? Why? Oh because someone has some screenshots of some people saying nasty things, therefore 8chan is “radicalizing” users? Well aside from the fact that Twitter and Facebook are saturated in corporate-approved anti-white hatred from the blue-tick brigade, how do you explain my “radical” mind?
I’ve never been on 8chan before and according to the illustrious media, I am one of the worst “far-right extremists” to have ever walked the Earth. I earned this status at just 25 years old –and that was before it was cool. But how could I have been so successfully “radicalized” by Hitler and the gas chambers if I never went on 8chan or other online chat forums not controlled by Zuckercock and other centralized tech-giants in collaboration with the global-state?
Well I just read books, so I suppose one of those depressed feminists reading this who can’t get out of bed without Ritalin and Zoloft had better look into hosting a book-burning soon, lest somebody else starts to learn something other than what Hollywood has pre-approved for mass consumption by the global livestock.
Honestly, don’t you think someone will just make another chat room or posting board? It takes 15 minutes to do. How do you actually expect to control the entire internet; how do you impotent Lords of the typed-word think you’re going to police not just the entirety of the world-wide-web, but the actual fucking thoughts of citizens?
You’re not going to. You’re just going to keep screaming hysterically from the windows of the state-censorship train, giving it exactly what it wants until your usefulness ticket has expired and that train arrives at your destination: Gulag.
But in the meantime, good luck in your keyboard war against people talking on the internet. Jesus Christ.
It comes one day after an unidentified man walked into a Florida Walmart shortly after 7pm on Wednesday and asked a clerk “for anything that would kill 200 people,” KIRO-TV reported.
“They announced over the intercoms for everybody to leave the store,” one shopper at the Port St. Lucie store told the station.
“One of the employees said there was a guy with a gun and that’s when everybody was running out.”
A store in Washington was evacuated on Wednesday afternoon when a man who appeared to have a gun walked in and threatened to open fire, KIRO-TV reported this week.
Police wouldn’t immediately say what threats were made and the department did not return a request for comment.
Early on Wednesday morning, a man was shot dead in the parking lot of a Walmart in Livermore, California.
Police said the suspect, Johnathon Michael Inocencio, 30, shot the victim in the torso at 4am then fled the scene in either a 2014 white Ford Explorer or a 2000 white and red Tioga motorhome.
Customers fled a Baton Rouge Walmart in panic on Tuesday when police said guns were drawn during an argument in the customer service line — initially reported to police as an active shooter.
1) Who thinks it's a good idea to go to Walmart at 4am? Aren't you just asking for trouble? Not to blame the victim, but that's a bad idea, even in a good neighborhood.Police said the suspect, Johnathon Michael Inocencio, 30, shot the victim in the torso at 4am then fled the scene in either a 2014 white Ford Explorer or a 2000 white and red Tioga motorhome.
To be fair, the poll in the article didn't give many choices, and the quote above is from a guy speaking to kids who probably know he's a YT guy, but still, sad state of affairs.It was reported that 75,000 teens came to this year’s three-day VidCon along with their parents to hear from their favorite YouTube stars. YouTuber DeStorm Power, while speaking to BI, said that most kids he spoke to all want to become online personalities. “Every time I go to schools, the most said thing from 90% of kids is, ‘I want to be a YouTuber,'” he said. “They want to be social-media stars.”
The Montgomery County coroner says all fatal gunshot wounds to the nine victims in Dayton’s mass shooting came from Connor Betts’ weapon, not police.
Dr. Kent Harshbarger said during a Thursday news conference that two people shot Aug. 4 by Betts were also shot by police but that none of the shots were lethal.
Harshbarger said Betts was shot by police about 24 times with wounds mostly to Betts’ upper torso and lower extremities.
Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said the goal in the Aug. 4 mass shooting was to “immediately stop the killing.” The 24-year-old was killed by police.
The coroner said cocaine, antidepressants and alcohol were found in Betts’ system at the time of the shooting. A pipe device and a clear baggie carrying cocaine was found on Betts’ body.