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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

So about that viral list of fake news sites; How Russian Propaganda Really Works in the West

"Truth is truth, even if no one believes it. A lie is a lie, even if everyone believes it" - Anonymous.

"You're not supposed to be so blind with patriotism that you can't face reality. Wrong is wrong, no matter who says it." - Malcolm X.

A few of you might've found out of U.S. intel is pushing a Putin-Trump conspiracy theory:


Expecting my audience to be cruising around for information and becuase I underrated its importance, I didn't report on it. But all of that changed when I saw the heading for antiwar.com that looked exactly like what you would see here: https://web.archive.org/web/20161126081254/http://www.antiwar.com/ .

Then I went onto http://www.propornot.com/p/the-list.html, and things started to get real funny.

If you look in the list, you can see that sites such as Antiwar.com, whatreallyhappened.com, and stormcloudsgathering.com, all of which I link on my blog (though you may not be able to see it on a mobile device), and I routinely link to Antiwar.com and post StormCloudsGathering's content.
And they are thrown into the same category of sites like VeteransToday and Infowars, and even collectivist fear-porn based sites like the DailyStormer and BareNakedIslam. I'll talk about the last 2 later in this article.

There's a response to a PropOrNot reference video:
HomeNews ‘We were playing with them’: RT exposes pro-Trump Kremlin trolls on Samantha Bee as hoaxers .
I don't intend to say that there is no Russian propaganda or trolls going around, though I definitely will say that I'm not sure if reporting early on the truth about Benghazi (compare http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2012/11/04/the-mystery-behind-the-benghazi-attack/ to http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/11/07/benghazi-guards-turned-on-us-diplomats-in-2012-attack-sources-say.html ) is propoganda.

It seems like that all it takes for a site to be listed as "Russian propaganda" is to have any sort of support for Trump, which many of the sites that I know in the list have.

Not to mention how I also remember CNN talking about "fake news" this past week.


I wonder when they'll talk about U.S. government propaganda:

Back to PropOrNot, they think that BBC is credible:

But wait, there's more! I guarantee you that there is no way that they'll talk about the influence of the Military Industrial Complex on the mainstream media;



I got the above image credit of https://www.truthorfiction.com/six-corporations-own-90-percent-of-news-media/. Fair use while crediting the source is reserved.

Let alone AIPAC's or the CIA's influence on the mainstream media:

James Corbett's response to the site (I was going to mention that I have found none of the supposed writers' identities yet, but Corbett pretty much does that for me):



But the kicker here is that, if these sites are supposedly so pro-Russia, then why is it that only RT (and maybe Sputnik) get major funding? If these sites were true propaganda sites, then they would be getting major money.

And speaking of money, here's the official story on why Google started to stop giving advertising money to alternate media sites and some YouTube channels: 


This also reminds me of how groups such as the SPLC and ADL tries to defame activists and other dissidents, but kill their own credibility. I've been able to assemble an entire playlist about this (only the 1st 24 videos below are relevant).




And do you want some more alternate media sites? I've already done that!:

Don't like the mainstream media? Here's some alternate media sites that I would reccomend.

I'm going to link this article on Reddit, and I hope that this blog makes it on the list!

So what do you think of this article and PropOrNot? Please tell us in the comments section!

_________________________________________________________________________
My personal opinion on grouping in these alt-media sites with BareNakedIslam (BNI) and the DailyStormer (DS).

Both BNI and the DS would probably hate each other's guts with the former being strongly pro-Israel (I wonder if it's actually some Zionist operation that puts attention on Muslims to take attention off of the Israeli government), and the latter being fiercely anti-Jewish. The way I see it, both sides use dehumanising fear porn to get attention, and are right wing horseshoes of each other much like Social Justice Warriors and Neo-Nazis are left vs right.



Skip to 34:32 for the video below.


Skip to 8:48 for the video below. If we hate each other more, we'll do less against the system.

As for DS, it denounces people such as Ryan Dawson and Michael Rivero for failing to love Hitler (http://www.dailystormer.com/the-hitler-test/), a clear false ditchotomy fallacy. For more information, I'll redirect you to https://saynotodemocide1.blogspot.com/2016/01/why-are-white-nationalistssupremacists.html.
And here's some exposure about Andrew Anglin:

Here's a sample of Anglin's fallacies;


I personally think that, much like Alex Jones, VeteransToday and other mainstream conspiracy people had made 9/11 a tar baby topic and how Neo-Nazis really helped make issues such as holocaust revisionism and more importantly, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into a super tar baby issue, BNI, Walid Shoebat and other hardcore right-wing anti-Muslim people had made it hard to criticise Islam, and especially with fear porn drawing in more people, rational and credible critics without a hyper political agenda, people such as IntrovertedSmiles have a hard time getting through to people who, while they do not like or support Islam, do not hate Muslims either.

Want to keep fake news out of your newsfeed? College professor creates list of sites to avoid; Web Sites Which Publish Fake News and Other Hoaxes

"Truth is truth, even if no one believes it. A lie is a lie, even if everyone believes it" - Anonymous.

"You're not supposed to be so blind with patriotism that you can't face reality. Wrong is wrong, no matter who says it." - Malcolm X.

A few of you might've found out of U.S. intel is pushing a Putin-Trump conspiracy theory:


Expecting my audience to be cruising around for information and becuase I underrated its importance, I didn't report on it. But all of that changed when I saw the heading for antiwar.com that looked exactly like what you would see here: https://web.archive.org/web/20161126081254/http://www.antiwar.com/ .

Then I went onto http://www.propornot.com/p/the-list.html, and things started to get real funny.

If you look in the list, you can see that sites such as Antiwar.com, whatreallyhappened.com, and stormcloudsgathering.com, all of which I link on my blog (though you may not be able to see it on a mobile device), and I routinely link to Antiwar.com and post StormCloudsGathering's content.
And they are thrown into the same category of sites like VeteransToday and Infowars, and even collectivist fear-porn based sites like the DailyStormer and BareNakedIslam. I'll talk about the last 2 later in this article.

There's a response to a PropOrNot reference video:
HomeNews ‘We were playing with them’: RT exposes pro-Trump Kremlin trolls on Samantha Bee as hoaxers .
I don't intend to say that there is no Russian propaganda or trolls going around, though I definitely will say that I'm not sure if reporting early on the truth about Benghazi (compare http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2012/11/04/the-mystery-behind-the-benghazi-attack/ to http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/11/07/benghazi-guards-turned-on-us-diplomats-in-2012-attack-sources-say.html ) is propoganda.

It seems like that all it takes for a site to be listed as "Russian propaganda" is to have any sort of support for Trump, which many of the sites that I know in the list have.

Not to mention how I also remember CNN talking about "fake news" this past week.


I wonder when they'll talk about U.S. government propaganda:

Back to PropOrNot, they think that BBC is credible:

But wait, there's more! I guarantee you that there is no way that they'll talk about the influence of the Military Industrial Complex on the mainstream media;



I got the above image credit of https://www.truthorfiction.com/six-corporations-own-90-percent-of-news-media/. Fair use while crediting the source is reserved.

Let alone AIPAC's or the CIA's influence on the mainstream media:

James Corbett's response to the site (I was going to mention that I have found none of the supposed writers' identities yet, but Corbett pretty much does that for me):


I mean, really, if this site is for real, then is this the best that they can some up with so far?

But the kicker here is that, if these sites are supposedly so pro-Russia, then why is it that only RT (and maybe Sputnik) get major funding? If these sites were true propaganda sites, then they would be getting major money.

And speaking of money, here's the official story on why Google started to stop giving advertising money to alternate media sites and some YouTube channels: 


This also reminds me of how groups such as the SPLC and ADL tries to defame activists and other dissidents, but kill their own credibility. I've been able to assemble an entire playlist about this (only the 1st 24 videos below are relevant).




And do you want some more alternate media sites? I've already done that!:
Don't like the mainstream media? Here's some alternate media sites that I would reccomend.

I'm going to link this article on Reddit, and I hope that this blog makes it on the list!

So what do you think of this article and PropOrNot? Please tell us in the comments section!

_________________________________________________________________________
My personal opinion on grouping in these alt-media sites with BareNakedIslam (BNI) and the DailyStormer (DS).

Both BNI and the DS would probably hate each other's guts with the former being strongly pro-Israel (I wonder if it's actually some Zionist operation that puts attention on Muslims to take attention off of the Israeli government), and the latter being fiercely anti-Jewish. The way I see it, both sides use dehumanising fear porn to get attention, and are right wing horseshoes of each other much like Social Justice Warriors and Neo-Nazis are left vs right.



Skip to 34:32 for the video below.


Skip to 8:48 for the video below. If we hate each other more, we'll do less against the system.

As for DS, it denounces people such as Ryan Dawson and Michael Rivero for failing to love Hitler (http://www.dailystormer.com/the-hitler-test/), a clear false ditchotomy fallacy. For more information, I'll redirect you to https://saynotodemocide1.blogspot.com/2016/01/why-are-white-nationalistssupremacists.html.
And here's some exposure about Andrew Anglin:

Here's a sample of Anglin's fallacies;


I personally think that, much like Alex Jones, VeteransToday and other mainstream conspiracy people had made 9/11 a tar baby topic and how Neo-Nazis really helped make issues such as holocaust revisionism and more importantly, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into a super tar baby issue, BNI, Walid Shoebat and other hardcore right-wing anti-Muslim people had made it hard to criticise Islam, and especially with fear porn drawing in more people, rational and credible critics without a hyper political agenda, people such as IntrovertedSmiles have a hard time getting through to people who, while they do not like or support Islam, do not hate Muslims either.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Simple ideas for the ultimate comfortable but practical law enforcement & security uniforms, the friendliest looking uniforms, along with uniform color & material considerations

For some time, I had an interest in law enforcement and private security uniforms (mainly work uniforms, NOT formal dress uniforms). Now, I want to put out these ideas that could potentially help the job of those in uniform a little easier.
This is all purely my opinion. If you have your own, including any ideas, recommendations, suggestions, or requests for cheaper alternatives, please comment down below so that everyone can benefit.

Idea 1: navy blue polo shirt (as much cotton as possible to prevent melting in hot environments) on 100% cotton navy blue BDU pants, navy blue or urban digital TRU-SPEC Tactical Response Uniform pants or Crye Combat multicam black pants.

Idea 2: navy blue "Urban Force combat shirt" or, perhaps better yet, navy blue or urban digital "TRU 1/4 ZIP COMBAT SHIRT" on navy blue or urban digital TRU-SPEC Tactical Response Uniform pants or Crye Combat multicam black pants.

The reason for having the polo shirt in idea 1 is that there are companies out there that would print words, designs, images, and images onto polo shirts, along with polo shirts often being relatively cheap compared to combat or police style shirts, and being overall comfortable. 
As for the combat shirts, while they may not be quite as comfortable as polo shirts, they give MUCH better protection than polo shirts, and they are also available in camouflage patterns such as urban digital camouflage. Combat shirts are more 

The reason why I have thought about navy blue is becuase blue is a calming color, which can help de-escalate violence. However, if you don't think that's significant, then urban digital or black multicam would work to help conceal the wearer or at least make them look cool.

As for uniform markings, I reccomend having patches on both shoulders of the uniform shirt (for both quick identification and advertising), and big identification patches on the vest that looks something like what officer Dominick Izzo is wearing. For the polo shirt, do the same, but have the badge printed or embroidered on one side, and the company's/agency's name, title, and information about the wearer (ie rank, title, badge number).



Links: 
http://www.truspec.com/uniforms/urban-force-tru-uniform/urban-force-tru-pants/
http://www.spiewak.com/uniform/product/style/SH319/6/
http://atacs.wpengine.com/about/
http://www.customtshirts.com/search/?q=100%25+cotton+polo&type=products&submit.x=10&submit.y=22
https://www.blauer.com/quickview/product/view/id/36659.
And a bonus for people working in EMS: https://www.ems1.com/ems-products/apparel-accessories/articles/1046994-New-trends-in-EMS-uniforms-and-apparel/.

Body armor: 
http://infidelbodyarmor.com/carriers-armor-c-18/
https://www.spartanarmorsystems.com/spartan-armor-systems-bcs-extreme-concealment-carrier/
http://www.bulletproofme.com/.



The ultimate friendly-looking uniforms, plus the Minnesota legal version, & matching body armor to go with both of them:

Horace Small Deputy Deluxe shirt in light blue: http://www.horacesmall.com/Products/Details/348140.
Body armor to go with this: Blauer Polyester Armorskin in blue (http://www.blauer.com/quickview/product/view/id/22258).
TruSpec Tactical Response Uniform pants in khaki color: http://www.truspec.com/uniforms/tactical-response-uniform-tru/xfire-tactical-response-uniform-tru-pants/.
However, navy blue TruSpec XFIRE pants would work just fine.



100% cotton Blauer shirt in white: 
https://www.blauer.com/quickview/product/view/id/27682.
Body armor to go with this: Blauer Polyester Armorskin in white (http://www.blauer.com/quickview/product/view/id/22258).
Horace Small New Dimension shirt in light green:
http://www.horacesmall.com/Products/Details/348135.
Body armor to go with this: Blauer B.DU Armorskin in navy blue:
http://www.blauer.com/quickview/product/view/id/26703.
XFIRE TRU pants in green:
http://www.truspec.com/uniforms/tactical-response-uniform-tru/xfire-tactical-response-uniform-tru-pants/.
I reccomend this the most for EMS personnel or security-patrol personnel at medical centers during peacetime becuase white represents purity and cleanliness while green, as said in the article Why are hospitals associated with the colour green?, "carried associations with nature, growth and recovery".

I do not reccomend wearing dark green shirts unless the wearer is in some sort of tactical unit or going into dangerous situations such as shootouts or battles becuase dark green looks rather militaristic and law-enforcement like. A reason why light green may be great becuase it looks so different from tactical law enforcement or older style military uniforms, and some can say that green is closer to being a natural-looking color than blue.


Minnesota legal version for privacy security/patrol (https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=626.88):
100% cotton Blauer shirt in white: 
https://www.blauer.com/quickview/product/view/id/27682.
Body armor to go with this: Blauer Polyester Armorskin in white (http://www.blauer.com/quickview/product/view/id/22258).
Gray bdu pants made out of ripstop cotton (I couldn't find 100% cotton yet), though 5.11 TacLite TDU pants would also work:
https://www.511tactical.com/taclite-tdu-pants.html.

As for the ultimate tactical security uniform for Minnesota, I'd reccomend getting black DriFire Fortex and/or NFM combat shirt and pants, a black ballistic vest and helmets, and perhaps for snowy condiitons, white NFM clothing covers.

This idea is most recommended for emergency medical services, emergency medical technicians, and paramedics, along with security-patrol (and law enforcement) agents operating in schools, daycare centers, hospitals, nursing homes, pediatrician's/family doctor's offices, and minimum security juvenile detention centers. But this is for peacetime only, becuase these uniforms weren't designed to be tactical; they put form over function (looks over tangible practicality), so to speak.

The ultimate British Colombia compliant police uniform:

Shirts:
TruSpec 24-7 Series® Men’s Dress Shirt
TruSpec Short Sleeve Tactical Shirt
Class B 5.11 Stryke™ PDU® Shirt
Women's Class B 5.11 Stryke™ PDU® Shirt
Propper™ Tactical Dress Shirt

Pants:
Blauer 8-POCKET COTTON BLEND TROUSERS
Class A 5.11 Stryke™ PDU® Pant
Women's Class A 5.11 Stryke™ PDU® Pant
Spiewak SPDU22
Horace Small New Dimension Plus® Trouser
Flying Cross Deluxe Tactical Pants

Special uniforms & miscellaneous items:
TruSpec T.R.U.™ 1/4 ZIP COMBAT SHIRT
TruSpec TACTICAL RESPONSE UNIFORM® (T.R.U.™) PANTS
TruSpec BDU shorts

TruSpec Outerwear
5.11 Tactical Uniform Jackets
DRIFIRE MILITARY ULTRA-LIGHTWEIGHT SHORT SLEEVE TEE

Flame resistant clothing:
DRIFIRE head + neck gear
TruSpec XFIRE™ INTERLOCK TACTICAL RESPONSE UNIFORM® (TRU) SHIRT
TruSpec XFIRE™ INTERLOCK TACTICAL RESPONSE UNIFORM® (TRU) PANTS


Why I do not reccomend polyester or nylon:

While usually not too common in the civilian world during peacetime, it is possible to get into situations where the uniform would be exposed to extreme heat such as a fire (rather it be in a burning building or vehicle wreck), including open or "popped" flares.
In fact, this led to the United States Marine Corps restricting wearing polyester (and nylon) t-shirts for concerns of burn injuries:
Marines Ban Under Armour.



Some recommended reading on how uniform color affects people's perception:
The psychological influence of the police uniform.
I highly reccomend wearing an all-dark uniform if you're working unarmed security becuase a dark uniform conveys more authority. Since the world is crawling with idiots who wouldn't listen to an armed sheriff, let alone an unarmed security guard, may as well do something to convey a little more authority to those types of people.


Playlist about law enforcement/security EDC and duty belt setups (it's work in progress):

You can find more content by searching up phrases (minus the quotation marks) such as "unarmed security edc", "unarmed security duty belt", "law enforcement edc", "law enforcement duty belt", and so on and so forth.

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Concerns about Trump, & what would probably still need fixing from the Trump presidency, & how will Trump's detractors affect Canada, from a Trump supporter. And hold Trump's feet to the fire. #TrumpPledge

1-Trump-Clinton
(The above image came credit of http://thelibertarianrepublic.com/49384-2/.)

I know that some people, particulary those within conservative circles and the truth movement, feel safe after the election of Trump. I even made the article The silver lining to the Trump presidency to show the more overzealous Trump citics the good things that can come out of Trump's presidency (and I think it would help if you Trump supporters out there would share it).

However, does this mean that Trump shouldn't be scrutinised?


(The 3 videos below are the most important of the article. Combined, they're less than 20 minutes long.)


First off, I'm unsure about how much Donald Trump opposes business bailouts.



Second, and perhaps most importantly, unlike, say, Ron Paul, he has an ego (not nearly as much of an issue as actual, tangible policy), and is authoritarian and doesn't seem to have a real operating philosophy.
This probably explains why Trump actually wants to reauthorize the NDAA and Patriot act, and why he dislikes Edward Snowden and wants to persecute whistleblowers; 


Do not tell me that conservatives are pro-freedom outside of economics.


I do not believe in insecure borders or uncontrolled immigration (http://saynotodemocide1.blogspot.com/2015/08/immigration-what-i-think.html).

And the drug war is a complete scam and failure (we can use drug tests as one step to prevent welfare abuse).


(Notice how Coulter called Alabama a "nice state". Though I'll mention that Alabama had the 11th to 9th highest homicide rate as of 2014 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._states_by_homicide_rate), 4th highest incarceration rate, and the 19th highest community supervision rate (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._states_by_incarceration_and_correctional_supervision_rate#Correctional_supervision_rate_by_state).)


Third, I'll also mention that, while Trump is, without a doubt, less warmongering than the majority of politicians at the federal level, we should not even lay back and let things happen: keep the pressure on politicians no matter what, and in the case of Trump, it is not a guarantee.



Fourth, my 2nd biggest problem with him is that it doesn't seem like that he'll take a strong stance against the Israeli lobby, even though he may otherwise hurt special interests:




All in all, while I know that there will be silver lining to his presidency, I predict that little change in the problem of big government will actually come from it in the short term. But hey, little change will be better than none.



At the end of the day, I do not want to see a repeat of apologists trying to justify or beat around the bush (not a reference to anyone with the name "Bush") with their celebrity of choice like what we seen with Obama supporters, who assumed that Obama was anti-war but it turns out that he was still pro-war with political correctness, a more refined vocabulary, and better marketing department.


Again, hold Trump's feet to the fire, and take the #TrumpPledge.

How will people who dislike Trump for the wrong reasons affect other nations, mainly Canada?

I'm worried that Hillary supporters and the less intelligent Trump detractors will end up hurting Canada, with overall increasing big government, and specifically, making bad immigration policies worse, making weapon laws stricter, and so on and so forth.


P.S: when I call myself a "Trump supporter", I mean a reluctant one at that.

(Considering how Trump attacked McCain, this doesn't apply as much anymore.)

And for icing on the cake, Trump has endorsed (http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/05/politics/donald-trump-endorse-paul-ryan/index.html) Neocons Paul Ryan and worse, John McCain, the latter of whom supports Syrian rebels (http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2014/09/18/alleged-isis-photo-controversy-engulfs-sen-john-mccain/), is overall a traitor (he collaborated with the North Vietnamese), and even endorsed Hillary Clinton (not to mention how Trump has hung out with the Clintons before)!
(It's not necessary to watch all of these videos; this is just extra information.)



PropOrNot, Is It Propaganda Or Not? Fake news sources, "Russian propaganda" accusations, hypocrisy of such accusations, & is the establishment media getting desperate? #FakeNews #UnfollowFriday

"Truth is truth, even if no one believes it. A lie is a lie, even if everyone believes it" - Anonymous.

"You're not supposed to be so blind with patriotism that you can't face reality. Wrong is wrong, no matter who says it." - Malcolm X.

A few of you might've found out of U.S. intel is pushing a Putin-Trump conspiracy theory:


Expecting my audience to be cruising around for information and becuase I underrated its importance, I didn't report on it. But all of that changed when I saw the heading for antiwar.com that looked exactly like what you would see here: https://web.archive.org/web/20161126081254/http://www.antiwar.com/ .

Then I went onto http://www.propornot.com/p/the-list.html, and things started to get real funny.

If you look in the list, you can see that sites such as Antiwar.com, whatreallyhappened.com, and stormcloudsgathering.com, all of which I link on my blog (though you may not be able to see it on a mobile device), and I routinely link to Antiwar.com and post StormCloudsGathering's content.
And they are thrown into the same category of sites like VeteransToday and Infowars, and even collectivist fear-porn based sites like the DailyStormer and BareNakedIslam. I'll talk about the last 2 later in this article.

There's a response to a PropOrNot reference video:
HomeNews ‘We were playing with them’: RT exposes pro-Trump Kremlin trolls on Samantha Bee as hoaxers .
I don't intend to say that there is no Russian propaganda or trolls going around, though I definitely will say that I'm not sure if reporting early on the truth about Benghazi (compare http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2012/11/04/the-mystery-behind-the-benghazi-attack/ to http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/11/07/benghazi-guards-turned-on-us-diplomats-in-2012-attack-sources-say.html ) is propoganda.

It seems like that all it takes for a site to be listed as "Russian propaganda" is to have any sort of support for Trump, which many of the sites that I know in the list have.

Not to mention how I also remember CNN talking about "fake news" this past week.


I wonder when they'll talk about U.S. government propaganda:

Back to PropOrNot, they think that BBC is credible:


They associate with InterpreterMag:

But wait, there's more! I guarantee you that there is no way that they'll talk about the influence of the Military Industrial Complex on the mainstream media;



I got the above image credit of https://www.truthorfiction.com/six-corporations-own-90-percent-of-news-media/. Fair use while crediting the source is reserved.

Let alone AIPAC's or the CIA's influence on the mainstream media:



The above image is from https://web.archive.org/web/20020919110051/http://www.questionsquestions.net/gatekeepers.html.

James Corbett's response to the site (I was going to mention that I have found none of the supposed writers' identities yet, but Corbett pretty much does that for me):


I mean, really, if this site is for real, then is this the best that they can some up with so far?

But the kicker here is that, if these sites are supposedly so pro-Russia, then why is it that only RT (and maybe Sputnik) get major funding? If these sites were true propaganda sites, then they would be getting major money.

And speaking of money, here's the official story on why Google started to stop giving advertising money to alternate media sites and some YouTube channels: 


This also reminds me of how groups such as the SPLC and ADL tries to defame activists and other dissidents, but kill their own credibility. I've been able to assemble an entire playlist about this (only the 1st 24 videos below are relevant).


Some extra reading to get started (should be updated as time goes on):
WPost Won’t Retract McCarthyistic Smear,

I'm going to link this article on Reddit, and I hope that this blog makes it on the list!

So what do you think of this article and PropOrNot? Please tell us in the comments section!

_________________________________________________________________________
My personal opinion on grouping in these alt-media sites with BareNakedIslam (BNI) and the DailyStormer (DS).

Both BNI and the DS would probably hate each other's guts with the former being strongly pro-Israel (I wonder if it's actually some Zionist operation that puts attention on Muslims to take attention off of the Israeli government), and the latter being fiercely anti-Jewish. The way I see it, both sides use dehumanising fear porn to get attention, and are right wing horseshoes of each other much like Social Justice Warriors and Neo-Nazis are left vs right.



Skip to 34:32 for the video below.


Skip to 8:48 for the video below. If we hate each other more, we'll do less against the system.

As for DS, it denounces people such as Ryan Dawson and Michael Rivero for failing to love Hitler (http://www.dailystormer.com/the-hitler-test/), a clear false ditchotomy fallacy. For more information, I'll redirect you to https://saynotodemocide1.blogspot.com/2016/01/why-are-white-nationalistssupremacists.html.
And here's some exposure about Andrew Anglin:

Here's a sample of Anglin's fallacies;


I personally think that, much like Alex Jones, VeteransToday and other mainstream conspiracy people had made 9/11 a tar baby topic and how Neo-Nazis really helped make issues such as holocaust revisionism and more importantly, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into a super tar baby issue, BNI, Walid Shoebat and other hardcore right-wing anti-Muslim people had made it hard to criticise Islam, and especially with fear porn drawing in more people, rational and credible critics without a hyper political agenda, people such as IntrovertedSmiles have a hard time getting through to people who, while they do not like or support Islam, do not hate Muslims either.

Do you like my "Read if you're making assumptions about me" post?

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