Bye Bye, Bile? Websites Try to Nix Nasty Comments

Barbara Ortutay, My Way, December 26, 2013

Mix blatant bigotry with poor spelling. Add a dash of ALL CAPS. Top it off with a violent threat. And there you have it: A recipe for the worst of online comments, scourge of the Internet.

Blame anonymity, blame politicians, blame human nature. But a growing number of websites are reining in the Wild West of online commentary. Companies including Google and the Huffington Post are trying everything from deploying moderators to forcing people to use their real names in order to restore civil discourse. Some sites, such as Popular Science, are banning comments altogether.

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What websites don’t want is the kind of off-putting nastiness that spewed forth under a recent CNN.com article about the Affordable Care Act.

“If it were up to me, you progressive libs destroying this country would be hanging from the gallows for treason. People are awakening though. If I were you, I’d be very afraid,” wrote someone using the name “JBlaze.”

YouTube, which is owned by Google, has long been home to some of the Internet’s most juvenile and grammatically incorrect comments. The site caused a stir last month when it began requiring people to log into Google Plus to write a comment. Besides herding users to Google’s unified network, the company says the move is designed to raise the level of discourse in the conversations that play out under YouTube videos.

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Anonymity has always been a major appeal of online life. Two decades ago, The New Yorker magazine ran a cartoon with a dog sitting in front of a computer, one paw on the keyboard. The caption read: “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” At its best, anonymity allows people to speak freely without repercussions. It allows whistle blowers and protesters to espouse unpopular opinions. At its worst, it allows people to spout off without repercussions. It gives trolls and bullies license to pick arguments, threaten and abuse.

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The Huffington Post is also clamping down on vicious comments. In addition to employing 40 human moderators who sift through readers’ posts for racism, homophobia, hate speech and the like, the AOL-owned news site is also chipping away at anonymous commenting. Previously, anyone could respond to an article posted on the site by creating an account, without tying it to an email address. This fall, HuffPo began requiring people to verify their identity by connecting their accounts to an email address.

“We are reaching a place where the Internet is growing up,” says Jimmy Soni, managing editor of HuffPo. “These changes represent a maturing (online) environment.”

This doesn’t mean that people have to use their names when commenting. But Soni says the changes have already made a difference in the quality of the comments. The lack of total anonymity, while not a failsafe method, offers people a “gut check moment,” he says. There have been “significantly fewer things that we would not be able to share with our mothers,” in the HuffPo comments section since the change, Soni says.

Newspapers are also turning toward regulated comments. Of the largest 137 U.S. newspapers–those with daily circulation above 50,000–nearly 49 percent ban anonymous commenting, according to Arthur Santana, assistant communications professor at the University of Houston. Nearly 42 percent allow anonymity, while 9 percent do not have comments at all.

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  • Sue

    You’d be amazed at what they call “bigotry”, especially complete truth without name calling.

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    • Mergatroyd

      It’s far easier to shut down opponents with screams of racist, Nazi or bigot than it is to look like a fool.
      They scream “bigotry” at us Whites because it works.

    • Erasmus

      The usual suspects can’t handle the truth.

  • MekongDelta69

    99% of all uncivil comments on the Net are from leftists – and they KNOW that…

    • So CAL Snowman

      Oh come now, you must not visit YouTube or 4chan on the regular. I would say it’s close to a 50/50 split, maybe 60/40 for the lefties being uncivil. I myself attack lefties, mexicans, blacks ,etc. in a very uncivilized manner on the net.

      • Leftists are quick to advocate the death sentence for those disagree with their Utopian vision for sure.

        • So CAL Snowman

          And we’ve NEVER seen White nationalists advocating for the extermination of blacks and browns?

          • Calls from Leftists to exterminate ‘racists’ are met with applause from a extremely wide range within the left, compared to the few ‘final solution’ hotheads on our side, who’re so far from popular opinion (and reality) that it’s not funny.
            The reactions are incomparable.

          • John R

            No, we don’t. I haven’t ever heard any White person call for that. But, yes, I have heard blacks say “we must exterminate White people to get rid of this problem.” Or, “you have to kill some crackers; you have to kill some of their babies.” I never heard any Whites talk like that about blacks-NEVER.

          • tlk244182

            hardly ever. FTFY

          • Thor Bonham

            Actually it was” have to kill some of They babies” .. Have to keep it real wiff de obonic yo, ya feel me ?

          • obot

            Never. I’ve seen calls for deporting them or sending them back to Africa, but never anyone calling for genocide of blacks and browns.

          • Katherine McChesney

            I’ve seen comments related to Planned Parenthood genociding blacks in utero. I do believe some of these comment originate with Conservatives.

          • blight14

            I agree………with the conservatives………….

          • Katherine McChesney

            I do also.

          • JohnEngelman

            According to the book Freakonomics the increase in the abortion rate is the main reason for the decline in violent crime.

          • Svigor

            If I recall correctly, Steve Sailer thoroughly debunked the assertion you mention at his blog.

          • JohnEngelman

            Explain what Steve Sailer said using your own words. If you can’t, you don’t understand his explanation. You just like it.

          • Svigor

            If I don’t, it means your juvenile games don’t work?

          • JohnEngelman

            Telling me “Steve Sailor thoroughly debunked” Freakonomics is as juvenile as telling me, “My dad can beat your dad.”

            I can convey the arguments Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner presented in Feakonomics in my own words.

        • ben no

          I’m surprised they aren’t working on a new penalty scheme to silence the brave and nationalistic. I don’t know, like some low-grade criminality community service for young white males who show any attempts of resistance and nationalistic “hate and aggression” against his races replacement and eventual genocide.

          • Liam Stacey a 21 year old UK University student, served 28 days of a 56 day jail sentence he received for making racist tweets in relation to a Bantu soccer player having a heart attack last year..
            ….. “LOL (laugh out loud). F*** Muamba. He’s dead!!!”
            Then when that message attracted a barrage of criticism, he replied with tweets including the c-word; the n-word and the w-word (wog).

            For that he was suspended from his University for the rest of the year, had his name dragged through the media mud and had to spread a month in a diversity rich jail.

            Ok these aren’t seen as being anti nationalistic comments being policed, as you say above, because they’ve changed the definition of what your nation was and is.
            Sixty years ago the US was a White Christian Nation, but now it’s ‘a nation of immigrants’, not conquers or colonists but immigrants. So yesteryears nationalist is today’s dissident (or potential terrorist).

            The comments that got that young guy jailed in the UK are on the same racially inflammatory level of slurs, that progressive poster boys Alec Bladwin and Sean Penn’s son have recently been caught saying on camera at paparazzi (the n-word, fag and coon). The US liberal media have downplayed these racist events (Alec Bladwin has finally been quietly punished after numerous outbursts), giving their fellow progressives a virtual few pass.
            Ironically it’s the progressives who inflame racism and who exploit gay and ethnic minorities to achieve their own goals.
            I doubt that they really care for them, as they just see them as useful pawns.

          • Mergatroyd

            They’re letting the schools feminize and shove a pro-homosexual agenda down the throats of young White males.
            Any who show opposition are immediately drugged up with Ritilin.

        • Anon

          A curious attitude for people who don’t own guns.

          Before Obama, roughly half of white conservatives owned guns (2011) according to gun owners of america.

          The last few years have been marked by a frenzy of gun buying. One stat I saw claimed more gun sales in the past year than the past ten years combined. Ammunition has become a controversial issue. The last year, it’s been hard to get ahold of and a certain amount of price gouging is occurring. Yet, the ammunition manufactures have doubled, then doubled again, their production. The president of Hornady recently said his plants are working 24/7 no breaks and putting out at least a billion bullets a week.

          Any time the liberals want to make this a hot war…I say, bring it on.

      • Why on earth would you willingly visit a cesspool like 4chan. Nothing good has ever come from there. It’s literally the poster child of what is wrong with the ‘net.

      • Katherine McChesney

        ‘I myself attack lefties, mexicans, blacks ,etc. in a very uncivilized manner on the net.’

        I’ve been guilty of that as well. I use facts for my comments. And, I’ve been censored. Even on Amren.

        • Kenner

          Katherine, you were tearing up the enemy on Brietbart a day ago. You were awesome.

          • Katherine McChesney

            Thank you. My personal experiences with blacks has taught me some very important lessons.

    • newscomments70

      Those comments are allowed to stay though, no dissent allowed.

    • JohnEngelman

      Rude posters are on either end of the political spectrum. People flame when they are incapable of arguing rationally.

      • Svigor

        People also flame along with their rational arguments, so your statement signifies nothing.

        • JohnEngelman

          I have a cute avatar. You have an ugly avatar.

          • Svigor

            The truth is often ugly.

  • Lewis33

    “Ve must stop zis…the people are turning on us!”

    • John Smith

      Ha!

      Oy vey…Vat are you trying to imply already?

      Wasn’t six million enough?

      Oy vey!

  • Luca

    “We are reaching a place where the Internet is growing up,” says Jimmy Soni, managing editor of HuffPo. “These changes represent a maturing (online) environment.”

    Here, let me translate libspeak for you:

    “We are reaching a place where the tide of public opinion is turning against us, and deviating from the Liberal agenda. Too many people are seeing and speaking the truth. These changes are thinly veiled forms of selective online censorship.”

    • 1stworlder

      We must have their real names so people at Jezebel can call their high school principals and cry to them about how intolerant they are.

    • Keep Honkin, I’m Reloading

      bingo

    • John R

      Exactly. That is how the Cultural Marxists operate. They use the weaknesses of Western society against us. I remember when I was a student at Temple University, whenever a conservative was speaking, the leftists would always shout him down, but liberals were allowed their right to “freedom of speech.” Of course, the Left controls the mainstream media already, now they are trying to control, or at least limit the Internet. Remember the slogan of the radical Left: “By any means necessary.” That is why I get into so many arguments here about how we Whites must maintain our “principles” when our enemies clearly don’t.

      • Svigor

        Your first sentence is so true. Leftists pervert virtues into vices. It’s how they operate.

    • Non Humans

      Libtards will never grow up and will never see the bigger picture.
      .
      Thankfully, though, when it all breaks loose, their disease and dysfunction will become terminal and a liability for them.

      • bilderbuster

        That’s wishful thinking my friend.
        They’re experts at mass slaughter & have proved it more times than I can count.

    • Fathercoughlin

      Or we are reaching a place where we can organize and stamp out all that nasty free speech,which is really only raycizzum anyway.

  • sbuffalonative

    They don’t want our opinions.
    My proposal is that we start creating ‘shadow websites’ that mirror websites that ban conservative opinions and declare them free speech zones. I guarantee the original websites would lose a good percentage of their readership overnight.

    • Lewis33

      I’ve thought about doing that with my local Fox news affiliate…the comments on there were great. Just normal Americans who have had enough, so of course…they shut them down.

  • Druid

    Their only hope is to kill all comments. There are just too many of us. Actually, we’re the majority…

    • ncpride

      They’ll do anything to hinder White solidarity and unity…… and they SHOULD be afraid. I know some here won’t agree and think Whites will never do a thing about the current state of affairs, but I strongly disagree. We DO have a breaking point, and the comment sections they are trying so desperately to control reflect this.

      • William Krapek

        You’re right. We have a breaking point. And the Duck Dynasty flap along with the fact that we FINALLY have a Knock-Out Game arrest – of a White guy! – might have set off a storm.

        I sure hope so.

    • Max Krakah

      When they only kill the race realist comments, then it immediate becomes apparent what is going on, and they fool no one. Ideally they want to create a false impression of a public consensus, but when the public tries to post and gets blocked or deleted, the public sees what is going on. The only thing they can do is remove the comments section. They therefore eliminate the biggest advantage of using the internet for news. Paper publishing was not at all interactive. One really can not consider the letters to the editors as being anything other than a very tightly censored for of interaction. The liberal cowards just can not bear to see the public rejecting them and their positions, so they will try to go on as if this all didn’t happen and doesn’t matter. But it does matter, it is very significant.

      • Svigor

        I would much rather see leftist (“mainstream”) media outlets forced to shut down their comments sections altogether than see them successfully sanitized.

  • NM156

    In other words, the only ones willing to surrender anonymity are those too dumb to have fake email accounts. The internet is anonymity, except, of course for the NSA.

    • John_HD

      Wait! Are you saying that your real name isn’t NM156?

      • William_JD

        LOL

      • NM156

        Well, my mother told me it was either NM156 or Chester so…

    • Non Humans

      The Internets: Where Women are Men, Men are Women, and Teenage Girls are the FBI (& Chris Haaa aansen)

      • tlk244182

        Now THAT’S funny!

    • Kenner

      ‘To dumb to have fake email accounts-‘ Hey! I don’t come here to be insulted!

  • 1stworlder

    The reality is nothing offended more than listing the name of the 13yo Obama son that raped a 90yo white woman in Lima OH and pointing out he looks older than trayvon skittles

    • 12 years old a raping little old ladies.This is why branches grow and rope is made.

      • Fathercoughlin

        And white women who spread for blacks get horsewhipped?

  • Anglo

    There can be no restrictions on freedom of speech or free speech ceases to be, and Libs/Communists don’t believe in free speech.

  • ncpride

    Next, they will try their best to censor certain videos on the net. All those idiots recording their crimes, then posting them online somewhere has been a real eye opener to many clueless Whites, and leaves no question as to who is doing what in this country. Just look at todays news…..I rest my case.

    • Puggg

      I’ve already heard talk of that. They say that the crime wouldn’t happen because the only reason it is is because the criminals want to end up on video websites. So without the video websites, there would be no reason for criminals to do crime.

      I can prove the silliness of that. Was there a lot of black crime before World Star Hip Hop? Yes.

      Now, do some blacks do what they do because they want to get on World Star? Yes.

  • IstvanIN

    The discourse should remain civil, as most of us would agree. It is, however, not always easy figure out what type of language is unacceptable. I referred to the fella who put up a St. Trayvon Manger scene as an “h” (word for a an unconverted individual of a people that do not acknowledge the God of the Bible) and never would have guessed that was a banned word.

  • I often wander away from Amren for my own personal mental well being, as reading the stories here often make me feel very frustrated, give me a feeling of helplessness, decline and loss etc. and the mindset I cultivate here, doesn’t exactly make me ‘the life of the party’.

    But then the thing which always brings me back to Amren, is born from the frustration (again) of not having my often very innocuous views points from the pro White side of the spectrum be published on mainstream sites.
    I know that we’re preaching to the choir here, but at least we’re heard.
    I find it so dishonest when racial conversations are framed to fit a predetermined agenda based narrative, it’s not a conservation it’s masturbation.

    • tetrapod

      Thanks for so eloquently capturing my own thoughts and experience.

  • Ograf

    What amazes me is how many Whites jump the line to drink the Kool-Aid. Sometimes I wonder if it is even worth it to try and make anyone racially aware. Dr. WLP said as long as Joe six pack has his ballgame and can fish on Saturdays, all is well. The indoctrination of an awful lot of stupid libs makes me wonder how they can live in this world and not see what we see?

    • Conrad

      The masses have always been this way. They burnt witches remember. This also can work in OUR favor, we just need to get there.

      • IstvanIN

        Eventually they learned the evil folly of burning people as witches, the insanity of condemning innocent people as witches ended after only a year or two. How long before suppression of speech comes to an end?

        • Conrad

          Don’t miss understand my point. The statement made by Ograf is what I am replying to. I am referring to the nature of the masses that leads them to believe in any sort of illogical popular theory. Of course they drink the Kool-Aid, they always have. Whether the belief is in witches (that went on for decades), vampires, the infallibility of the Pope or egalitarianism; the gullible masses will believe any popular story. We need to make the facts of race eminently more popular. Working to make our people more racially aware is worth our efforts. The most important thing is to stress the need for reason, logic and eugenics.

    • Sick of it

      I’m amazed that people shell out as much as they do for hunting licenses…to hunt on their own land! Virtually no one questions the government.

  • lurocp8

    I’ve never understood all the clamoring for people to use their real names. Even if it’s required, it isn’t as though you’re putting your Driver’s License or Social Security number on there. How would they know you’re who you say you are. Kind of pointless.

    • Xerxes22

      It is to get those few people ,who do that, fired or kicked out of school. They know your location from your IP address. If your screen name doesn’t match the one on the IP address, then you are banned, at the very least.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        Or thrown in jail as they are in Canada and Europe for challenging set government doctrine.

    • William_JD

      Lots of people have unusual or unique names.

  • I see the Internet as an anonymous way to vent, but instead it’s being subverted into widespread data collection, mass profiling tool being used to increasingly condition the masses viewpoints.
    Did anyone here recently read of the White female PR executive who clumsily tweeted something like “I’m going to South Africa, but I won’t get Aids because I’m White” story.
    The wash up was this woman tweeted this comment from her phone on the plane, but by the time her flight had landed, she was unemployed, with ‘her tweet’ was published in numerous international news sites, with the local media waiting to record her apology.
    With all of these repeated news stories getting 1000’s of comments condemning her ignorance, while at the same time none of my “what if you reversed the races” type of comments got through any of the moderators.
    Think of the Emma West train rant reaction to the numerous French/UK black “I’m going to kill all white people” train rant reactions.
    I guess we Whites are just held to a higher standard (but of course we’re never superior).
    Having our identities on line is all about controlling us, once our anonymity is lost, so is the essence of the Internet, it’ll end up being a huge commercial echo chamber.

    • MBlanc46

      The Internet was created by the US federal government and was privatized in the 1990s when the infrastructure to make it profitable came into existence. There was never any reason to expect it to be anything but an instrument of the elites.

      • I thought that it was developed between a few of the big US universities (MIT and Stanford?) with military applications in mind.
        Such as was GPS, mobile phone, microwave,Google earth, digital cameras,velcro (well for Nasa), blood transfusions, the safety razor and jerry cans as examples of everyday technologies developed for the military that were over taken by us everyday civilians. Not to mention things like hot air balloons, parachutes and aviation technology etc.that were further developed by the military before the technology was passed back to us.
        I don’t accept that ‘the elites’ can own such an important medium in terms of human development, if so, then we really are just useless sheep and what hope did we ever really have?

        • MBlanc46

          It started out as the DARPANET, created by the Advanced Research Projects agency of the Department of Defense.

          • Of course you’re right, in that it was developed for the military.
            I just don’t like the idea of something that that travels through numerous international phone lines being owned by a single entity.
            I know that certain countries already have a kill switch (think of the Arab spring) and someone once posted here, that some your law enforcement agencies, track and have the ability to shut down (in localized areas), twitter and other social media for flash mob type co-ordinated attacks.
            So maybe, as usual the weakest links in our society will be those to ruin it for us all. I just live in hope that we can continue to have conservations like this one in years to come and not be to forced to think back on the way it once was.

          • When I think about it, wouldn’t the majority of military R&D occur in the private sector, as contractors with varying levels of security classification?

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        It’s original purpose was to enable the elite to talk to one another even if entire cities were being reduced to radioactive dust during a nuclear war. It was developed of course by DARPA with taxpayer funds, it was not developed so people can shop online or do anything else the public or businesses do online.

        • MBlanc46

          Just as Hummers weren’t developed so that the attention-starved can bask in our admiration as they drive down suburban streets.

  • NotYourTypicalBlack

    What a crock! If anyone here is familiar with the Huffington Post (which is just one good example), you’re aware that they NEVER adhere to their own official commenting guidelines. While they claim to encourage civilized, respectful exchanges of ideas, there is clearly a double-standard running in the background by which those expressing the purportedly correct views are allowed to be as abusive as they choose, hurling personal insults and using profanity while conveying their opinions. Sometimes their comments will be allowed to remain viewable for only a short period, then removed, but by then the damage is already done. It leaves you wondering how some comments make it past the moderators in the first place. Then it dawns on you that the moderators behind the scenes like those comments because they are aimed at conservatives, or in some cases, even at liberals who stray from the orthodoxy on one particular topic. On the other hand, ideas which violate some PC taboo regarding race, sex, orientation, or immigration are blocked, regardless of how respectfully they are written (unless they contain woeful numbers of misspellings and errors, which the moderators often permit, probably because they believe that those posts reflect poorly on the commenter and other like minded people). .

    These news sites know full well that “unpopular” views are becoming increasingly popular. There have been times when the Huffington Post Crime Section’s comment area looks as if it has been accidentally swapped with AmRen’s Disqus comment feed. More and more people are becoming increasingly stressed by the horrendous crime stories they read, and are willing to state the glaringly obvious racial patterns they see. It’s almost like a Pandora’s box has been opened. The usual efforts of white liberal commenters to counter an observation about non-white crime with an example of white crime is becoming increasingly futile (meaning: when someone raises a point about black and Latino homicide rates or Arab terrorism, white libs can only counter them with the overused names of Adam Lanza and Timothy McVeigh but so many times before it becomes pathetic).

    Supposedly in the name of promoting civilized discourse, HuffPo is attempting to make individual commenters personally identifiable to intimidate them from saying anything which might get them harassed or fired. Coincidentally, that includes pretty much any idea the left wishes to suppress. Another observation I’ve made (not really an observation, just a suspicion) is that the moderators are “favoriting” comments they like. A comment which just a few months ago would have gotten, typically, five or six favorites, now easily gets twenty five or thirty. I could be totally wrong, but something there just doesn’t smell right.

    • bigone4u

      Until I began to get the big picture a year or so ago, I posted comments only on PuffHo. I ended up with 195 “fans,” by making moderate comments, but I noticed that the libtards who comment there brook no independent thought.

      For example, by suggesting that Jerry Sandusky get a fair trial, I was branded a pedophile. By pointing out black crime, I was branded a racist, like that was going to destroy me by some idiot calling me a racist.

      It became clearer to me that PuffHo is a New World Order psy op, designed to stampede public opinion in some very liberal ways. I stopped posting there at least a year ago and rarely visit the website anymore. It’s a distortion of reality intended to corrupt us in every way possible.

      • IstvanIN

        Isn’t a fair trial something all Americans are entitled to? That blacks commit an overwhelming percentage of violent crime is a fact, and shouldn’t we base decisions on facts and not emotions?

        When people can not make an honest counter argument they resort to name calling. Liberals are the worst but so called conservatives aren’t above it either.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        Now you know why I quit journalism out of intense disgust when the massacres at Ruby Ridge and Waco occurred. The media in general is indeed a very effective psy-op against those who do not have critical thinking skills. It is indeed poisoning and corrupting the minds of people, it’s a soul blighter, a cancer for the mind.

        • What you’re saying reminds me of the 1900’s description of ‘yellow journalism’.
          (From Wikipedia) Yellow journalisms five characteristics.

          -scare headlines in huge print, often of minor news
          -lavish use of pictures, or imaginary drawings
          -use of faked interviews, misleading headlines, pseudoscience, and a parade of false learning from so-called experts
          -emphasis on full-color Sunday supplements, usually with comic strips
          -dramatic sympathy with the “underdog” against the system.

          The political cartoon is from 1888.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            Indeed, what passes for journalism today makes yellow journalism pale in comparison to the harm to us it’s creating. Journalists of that era would be horrified at the perversion of their profession.

    • Katherine McChesney

      I avoid HuffPo like the plague. I don’t like their comment system.

  • Daniel Schmuhl

    The constitution is no protection against the tyranny of the media/education establishment and mass opinion. This is why I think those techno-optimists who think technology by itself will liberate mankind are a bunch of fools. Its anarcho-tyranny, black thugs are running wild in the streets and yet the real punishment comes to those who say anything about. Your career and reputation can be permanently destroyed by telling the truth.

    • Daniel Schmuhl

      Bill, free speech protects you from government tyranny and that’s it. If private companies and universities want to strictly enforce taboos if they want. It also doesn’t do a very good of that. The constitution is a sacred document of sorts and its power wanes as the faith changes. Democracies all tend to favor some sort of progressivism. The only way to end this is by ending democracy itself.

      • tlk244182

        Sadly, I believe that is so, hence my new-found enthusiasm for Vladimir Putin.

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          You know the world has turned upside down when Vladimir Putin makes more sense than the American president. Unfortunately, we are on the wrong side, the side that wishes to eliminate each and every one of us Whites:

          • John_HD

            It’s sad that plain, good common sense, like Putin is speaking would be regarded as a refreshing departure from the mealy-speak that we hear daily. Russia might be the last, best hope for white people.

            Learn from the suicide of America indeed.

          • Mike Conrad

            I agree with everything you have said, however I still maintain that what we fashionably call the ‘suicide’ of the West is in fact a homicide, perpetrated by Those Who Shall Not Be Named. It wasn’t accidental, it wasn’t unplanned, and the only way in which it can be considered self-inflicted is that the Western tradition includes just enough tolerance to hang itself.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            I agree, being driven to suicide as a people is really mass murder.

          • WR_the_realist

            Putin was also right on Syria, where both candidates of 2008 (Obama and McCain) were wrong.

    • Sick of it

      If we had developed our space technology a bit more, we could have been liberated from this dungheap of a world and start up a sensible one of our own. Even better, imagine a world for every group of like-minded people. You’d actually be able to choose where you want to live, who you want to live around, and how you want to live. Not so in this “free” country.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        Only if we ruthlessly excluded non-whites, and anyone who has bloodlines of those who cannot be named. Otherwise the conflicts that will tear the world apart and plunge the Earth into another Dark Age will be spread to another planet.

        • Sick of it

          Yet their numbers would be limited, unlike here on earth. Here they can throw billions of people at us.

  • lily-white

    “The Huffington Post is also clamping down on vicious comments. In addition to employing 40 human moderators who sift through readers’ posts for racism, homophobia, hate speech and the like, the AOL-owned news site is also chipping away at anonymous commenting.”

    Did you say racism, homophobia, hate speech and the like?… YOU GOT ME!… GUILTY OF “NON-INCLUSION”… lol…

    • Franklin_Ryckaert

      There is no tolerance more intolerant than tolerance of the leftish persuasion.

  • Tom_in_Miami

    The comments in on this article are more on the money than anything I recall reading in a long time, and this type of criticism of the left is definitely what the powers that be want to stamp out completely. The posting rule could be easily summed up as follows: you shall not criticize blacks or their behavior however murderous or cruel they become. Same thing for liberals. Total immunity from criticism of leftists and their black mascots.

  • jane johnson

    Popular Science is banning comments altogether?! I must go there immediately, and find out what all the fuss is about.

    • The Verdict of History

      Would they find the need to justify such a measure?

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      Too many challenges to their pro-global warming stance, apparently. They don’t care for FACTS that challenge their OPINION.

      • jane johnson

        Hey, Bon, and a belated Merry Christmas to you and yours. I scanned the current issue of PS, and did a quick browse of their archives. I think that you are correct about the “climate change” thing, since I saw nothing else that would generate the kinds of comments that they might feel the need to censor. Certainly nothing about HBD, IQ/race, or immigration patterns. There was, however, an interesting article on How to Castrate a Hippo</i?. I'll bet the commentariat had a ball (sorry) with that one!

      • Mike Conrad

        Naw, it’s my fault. I used modern fuel-injection technology to deny the facts of life.

    • PvtCharlieSlate

      I let my subscription to Popular Science expire when I was a junior in high school.

      • jane johnson

        I’ve never had a subscription, and have only read articles that were linked from other sites. My college biology professor didn’t accept PS as a source for research papers either, so my knowledge about it was very limited. I was, however, intrigued that they would shut down their comment section, and browsed their archives looking for whatever content might have drawn “inconvenient” attention from readers. As Bon so accurately surmised, climate change seems to have been the hot topic.

  • John_HD

    I’m surprised that it’s taken them this long to crack down on internet anonymity. It’s the only place left that the message is not strictly controlled. Wonder how long before they start outlawing VPNs and the like. There may be unintended consequences to this. Right now, white people still have a means to vent their ever growing frustration. Take this last refuge away and who knows what might happen.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Count on consequences they didn’t intend to result from crushing internet anonymity, such as whites making their point with bombs or bullets instead of keyboards. This will only further pressurize and already high pressure situation for a growing number of whites. Making it impossible for us to voice our grievances and views will only temporarily silence us, but they will soon have a roaring grizzly bear on their hands.

      • John_HD

        In their haste for total victory, they might push things too fast. It’s a balancing act for TPTB. Put their boots on our necks too much and too soon, while we’re still a majority, and they risk serious blow back. Not enough, and they lose control of the message, also a big risk to them, as the whole house of cards is built upon complete control of the message. I actually think the safer move for them is to squelch internet dissent.

        One thing, though, things are building a lot faster than many might have imagined. I can foresee huge cataclysmic changes within 10 years. I don’t know what form they’ll take, but the status quo can’t last. The natives (Whites) are getting restless. Even the most obtuse among us are beginning to sense that something is terribly wrong with the vision they’ve been sold their entire lives.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          Yeah, that vision is millarky from top to bottom that will get them enslaved, killed or both. Reality for a lot of whites is about to burst in the way water bursts into air-filled compartments aboard a sinking ship, and when that happens there will be an awakening which for our enemies will be a calamity.

    • Nathanwartooth

      Yeah I see TOR and Bitcoin becoming illegal in 2014.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        ARAIK, Tor has already stopped their anonymous mail.

        As for Bitcoins…

        The government doesn’t like competition, they want you to continue to use a corrupted, nearly worthless, rapidly declining in value American dollar.

        • Katherine McChesney

          For the life of me I can’t understand with ‘bitcoin’ is and how it’s used.

          • There is a Wikipedia article on the subject.

          • WR_the_realist

            I just hate myself for not having bought them in 2009.

        • Nathanwartooth

          If I had a guarantee that the government wouldn’t ban it, I would dump all of my fiat into Bitcoin.

          I know from a math algorithm how many Bitcoins will be in circulation for the next 100 years. But I have no idea how many more dollars the Fed will print in the next 100 days.

          So many great things about Bitcoin, but as the community learned from the China incident, if the government doesn’t want it, people wont use it.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          Great illustration, Gollum is the prefect character for it, for he is a prefect metaphor for the enemy called our very hostile, anti-white ruling elite.

  • dd121

    Most of the sites mentioned will delete any conservative commentary. It’s strictly censorship, not the nastiness which the author claims.

    • Eddie Lutz

      I long ago purged my newsfeed of any liberal news sites. HuffPo was one of the first to go. What is the point of commenting to leftist communities anyhow? You may as well be teaching 1st grade math to a black teen-aged flash mob.

      • Hal K

        I stopped going to HuffPo in ~2005. You had to wait for your comment to appear when it was for opinion articles, and if it was not to their liking it would not appear often. A forum where the moderators have their thumbs on the scale is not worth the trouble. That is why I don’t bother posting at National Review, in fact.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        While AOL, which bought Huff Po, recently reported that HuffPo hasn’t had a single profitable year.

        Reuters, Dec 2013:

        The Huffington Post has yet to turn a profit for AOL, falling far short of Armstrong’s projection at the time of the acquisition that the unit would post $66 million in operating profit in 2013 on $165 million in revenue.

        CitiGroup Research, forecast The Huffington Post will post a loss of about $6 million this year on $100 million in revenue.

        I’m sure censoring the comment section will help their bottom line.

        Comments are resulting debate are what draw a lot of us in in the first place. What they are banning is humor, debate and the information.

      • “You may as well be teaching 1st grade math to a black teen-aged flash mob.”
        –Eddie Lutz

        I believe where the diversitoids are concerned, that is “maff” and not “math”.

  • Eddie Lutz

    You are all free to abandon communities that censor and move on to communities that respect free speech. They need us more than we need them – as evidenced by A&E’s Duck Dynasty fiasco.

  • Greg Thomas

    Racist comment= any comment which runs contrary to the liberal ideology of multiculturalism, diversity, open borders and anti-White hatred.

  • Spartacus

    We have to stop reading those rags, and make our own media. Remember, they are the enemy, and we must not give them anything.

    • niggardly

      “…make our own media” That’s the best idea.

  • John R

    Hey, I almost got banned from YouTube for so-called “hate speech”, which mainly means daring to criticize our privileged race, the negroes. What really got them angry was when I started to quote statistics to back up my arguments. That was unacceptable to them.

    • The libtards get really bent out of shape over these “hate facts”, especially when one includes references from sources like the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports, Center For Disease Control publications, etc.

  • Max Krakah

    tyrants throughout history have always tried to squash the truth. They always made their fall that much more gruesome fro doing so.

    • I think the word you’re looking for is “quash”, not “squash”. You EAT a squash, but you quash a rebellion.

      • Randall Ward

        No, in the Southern states we like squash or smush, squish, things like that. Of course Southern is a different language from yankee talk. Lots of people don’t know that and think Southern is an accent. It is not; it is the way people talked in England in certain areas in the seventeenth century (and still do). The South is mostly made up of GB cousins.

        • QuinnTheEskimo9

          “Smashed” potatoes is a fine Southern dish and bugs are “squashed” just as Cultural Marxism should be.

        • Katherine McChesney

          I use the word ‘quash’ and I’m an authentic Southern girl. True Southern Whites trace their families from the English and the Scots.
          And our speech is peppered with English witticisms and expressions.

          • LeGrandDerangement

            The Cajuns are descended from the French-Canadians booted out of Canada in 1755. Southerners, but with a French twist.

      • Max Krakah

        I realized that after I posted it, but didn’t care to change it. Squash can be a verb as well. It came out squash, I realized that it could also be “quash” but I also thought that a pretense of being “highbrow” is worse than the original posting. My personal editor took the day off to hang out with Jim Beam that day.

        • And I realized, after I posted it, that I’d forgotten to mention the same thing. My contention is that the verb “squash” refers to the physical crushing of an object (as opposed to the putting down of a movement or trend). As to Randall’s contention that your usage is accurate in Southern English, I can’t argue with that as I’m not an expert in Southern English. But I am quite sympathetic to the cause of Southern English, so by all mean, please continue to use it.

          • Katherine McChesney

            Squash is also a net game.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      They indeed try to squash the truth, but the truth is incompressible like a glob of grease. All they accomplish is to spread it further, and try as they might the truth will come to light as surely as the sun rises every morning.

  • Anone

    Not sure how many of you have noticed, but, about a year ago, this stopped being an issue. Most of the places where appreciable numbers of “normal” people leave comments have essentially removed their comment sections.

    A good example is Yahoo news. Read any article on Yahoo news and it will have a dozen comments or so which are so bland they could have been written by a robot….that’s because they were. Or rather, they were written by a team of professional comment schills and released with the article……the smarter ones are auto-posted over time to seem real.

    All REAL comments, no matter their content, stay for 15 minutes, half an hour and then are auto-deleted. This gives the appearance of debate when there is none.

    The real proof of this is how certain articles end up re-posted a few weeks later. Magically, the same exact comments appear over time, but nothing new attaches to the article. After the article has been posted a half dozen times with the same comments or you see comments trans-posted to other articles, sometime without being relevant to the article, you tend to catch on.

    Just as news, long ago, stopped being about providing news. And TV, morphed into infotainment around 9/11, the internet is becoming a tool of brainwashing, allowing people to know what they want you to know and manufacturing consent, where there is none. Occasionally, they have to alter what they are doing because it is so far away from the real consensus people catch on. Like those bearded jackasses from Duck Dynasty. They hired him to say some mild comment about gays so that they could shout him down. But hundreds and thousands of anti-gay death threats later, its clear just how much everyone despises gays and it was either pretend its those darn liberal media again or admit the Duck Dynasty guys are ACTORS……laud ah mighty noes.

    Fantasy…Fox News and the culture wars.

    Reality…..Stormfront is where most people get their news these days…..that’s when they aren’t practicing at the gun range for the coming civil war.

    • Max Krakah

      Yes, and I like to think that I am personally responsible for Fox doing so. ! :)~ THERE IS A GOOD SIDE TO ALL OF THIS!!! The liberal posters don’t get a chance to post their sanctimonious, judgmental, hate filled pap. Nor do we have to read endless “my heart goes out to the family…blah blah blah old lady dribble blah” posts. The last thing most of us want to do is sit and listen to some old lady or some bitter middle aged woman, or some bitter young woman, who is bitter because she has been a slut and didn’t get what she thought she would get out of it. The last thing we want is to listen to all of those types. THAT type of poster and their dreary, bitter or sickly sweet posts are the ONLY thing that gets posted. It is the FEMINIZATION of public discourse. Better no discourse then.

      • Katherine McChesney

        I absolutely despise those comments that order dead people to “Rest In Peace”. They come across as shallow and meaningless.

  • bigone4u

    The term “pavement ape” was being liberally used on Breitbart today in response to the chimpout at the movie theater in Jacksonville. I’ve had my comment deleted here when I used that term several months ago. White anger toward blacks is at the boiling point, and whites are not too happy with other “diversity” either.

    You can bet that advertisers don’t like terms like “ni66er,” “pavement ape,” “squat monster,” and other terms of racial identification. Let’s understand that advertising dollars plays a role in moderation. But overall, liberals don’t like having their delusions refuted by the people. Thus, they will try to bury their heads in the sand by starting new comments policies. We, the people, will migrate to those sites that favor the truth.

    • dd121

      I don’t know who those news sites are going to present news to. Most of the news junkies are conservatives and will just stop going to those places when the leftist fascists cut off their comments.

  • Evette Coutier

    I got away with asphalt ape on Breitbart for a while. But now it is censored. So now I just make factual comments about blacks, crime, and intelligence and never get kicked. It is surprising what you can get away with if you just say black and no other racial pejorative.

  • cecilhenry

    Just censorship in disguise.

  • JohnEngelman

    I regret the constraints of political correctness. Nevertheless, I seldom post anything I would not write in a letter to the editor of a newspaper or an opinion journal.

    Threats and insults are inappropriate.

    • Max Krakah

      one more post about….YOU!

  • bubo

    Huffpo lost a considerable amount of posters, many with upwards of 1000 “fans” when they said they were switching to real names. It caused quite an uproar from both sides of the spectrum, the comments ran at least 10-1 against the change. They were said to have changed in September but I have no idea if they did as I won’t visit the site. I wonder if they backed down?

    • Watch out for YouTube. If you have both a YouTube account and a Gmail account, YouTube keeps pestering you about using your Gmail name as your YouTube user name, when presumably your YT user name is a pseudonym and your Gmail name is your real name.

      • Katherine McChesney

        I despise Google+. They keep interfering by sending me unwanted email and ‘friends’ I don’t want. I’ve tried to dismantle it by changing my profile but it doesn’t stop them dead in their tracks.

      • Max Krakah

        my gmail name is “normaninvasion”

  • Garrett Brown

    If the internet is growing up according to this idiot, and it’s up to the commenters themselves to improve their etiquette, why the need for moderation? You are FORCING the internet to “grow up” by YOUR standards. Which are- conservative minded people in general cannot voice their opinions.

  • wildfirexx

    Not surprisingly… most of these mainstream internet websites that allow comments, including yahoo, and Google (Y-Tube) are now owned or have been acquired by Jewish businessmen. Control and censorship of the internet is becoming the new norm, now that much of the controlled newspaper and TV news are being read much less. I am not offended by inappropriate language on the internet, but find profanity usually works against reasonable arguments. But free speech should be free speech irregardless of the content.

  • King of My Castle

    I’ll just go off the net or not comment at all if I have to start using my real name.

    • newscomments70

      It’s quite easy to create a facebook account with a fake name. I suggest trying that. IMDB makes you give them a real phone number or credit card…that is more challenging.

      • King of My Castle

        Why? Facebook is bad for you. I quit that hellhole in May 2013.

        • newscomments70

          I don’t care for it either, but sometimes it is necessary to comment on various sites.

          • King of My Castle

            Yeah, I’ve seen that. So I just don’t comment on those sites.

        • Katherine McChesney

          I left it about a month after I joined for their posting personal information on my page. I can do without Facebook. It seems like a brag site and it’s far too personal for my comfort.

  • Franklin_Ryckaert

    Those are called “hate facts”.

  • LOL. They’re on the run.

    • Juan Outtamany

      They’ll just shut it all down… and then see their click revenue dry up

  • Frightening development. There are already measures on most sites to flag up very extreme comments such as those threatening murder, violence, or libel. That should be enough for any organisation who believes in free speech.

    What? You don’t like somebody saying that Blacks tend to be more criminal than Whites? Tough! That is not “racism” and “hate speech” as the Huffington Post, AOL, Google, etc would have it. But I am sure they are going to be moderated out of existence along with ANY robust defence of White interests.

    There are frightening things afoot here in Britain along similar lines, where, unless you “opt out” and essentially tell the ISP that you would like dirty filth down your internet connection (that makes you look some kind of paedophile and can be hard to square with your wife), they are going to automatically block websites and content from even being searched.

    The excuse has been a combination of “protecting the children” and recent Islamic court cases where “Islamic radicals” had been “groomed” on line with “hate material” that has to therefore be removed. The idiot British public have largely lapped it up, because they are too stupid and short sighted to realise that it will apply to much more than Islamic “hate” preaching from mad mullahs.

    The net is closing in. We need to find alternatives to bypass these moves.

    The opposition are scared that the comments are getting more and more out of step to what they in the media are preaching. Like with the Asch conformity tests, they fear that we will become the majority narrative and others will start to have their minds re-framed to be seen to fit in.

    They want to keep opinions they are scared of on the “fringe” and, quite plainly out of sight altogether.

    If the liberals, the twitterati, the ‘professionally offended’ bloodhounds and the state were not happily destroying peoples careers, families, lives – and even fining them, putting them in court and in some cases in PRISON for their on-line commentary and “hate speech” (such as a man in the UK who was interrogated for several hours over a joke about the death of Nelson Mandela!) – some of us would gladly waive our anonymity.

    Until that happens, I think anonymity is vital and completely understandable.

    • Randall Ward

      The very first comment I made on a GB newspaper site resulted in a “eternal ban” from the site. There were ususally 6 or 7 comments on the site. I bet I was not the only person that received a ban.

  • tlk244182

    Thanks for the link. Time may be ideal for a strong ‘man of action’ to seize power in America and change the course of history (a la Napoleon, Hitler, Lenin, Castro, etc.) The sickly, gluttonous sheep in power now are, IMO, ripe for slaughter. Too bad Francisco Franco is dead.

    • RisingReich

      It would be incredibly ironic if the new Russia assisted somehow in the collapse of the US.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        They may indeed do just that, but that might be in response to the U.S. attacking them. Russia has finished many more wars than it started.

    • Max Krakah

      YEAH!!!!

  • NotTooSwift

    This IS my real name! I feel like that boy named Sue.

    All kidding aside, I do not see a problem with posting our real names. My main issue is that many posts will be pretty boring.

    Yours truly,
    John Q. Public

    • Irishgirl

      They can have my real name if they want it – it’s Jane Doe.

      • Katherine McChesney

        Mine is “Minnie Powers”

      • Garrett Brown

        Oooooooh Jane, Jane, Jane.

  • SirMe

    They have been talking about this for awhile, a lot of super fast programmes will be installed on most websites to moderate the comment section…

    • Svigor

      Algorithms could be a good thing. They can weed out the agents provocateur and the cranks and clear the field for smarter commentators – the kind smart enough to outmaneuver algorithms. They’ll also weed out tons of lefties, unintentionally.

  • John_HD

    There are a great many presently cowed whites who know something is terribly wrong, but whose lifelong indoctrination makes them believe that harboring such thoughts is evil and racist. The effect of allowing normal, non-ethnomasochists to vent their real, heart felt frustrations is to show the indoctrinated whites that they are not isolated and abnormal; that there are many, many out there who harbor the same thoughts, and that they are healthy and normal.

    The real danger to the left is that the very idea of white self-interest will shift from being thought of as evil, to being thought of as healthy and normal. If and when that happens, it’s game over. They’ll fight that tooth and nail, because it’s THE critical issue.

  • Thor Bonham

    This fall, HuffPo began requiring people to verify their identity by connecting their accounts to an email address.
    LMAO , even THIS user name is tied to one of many “throw away” email addresses I have.. I mean really, are they that stupid ?

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    ‘We are reaching a place where the Internet is growing up,’ says Jimmy Soni, managing editor of HuffPo. ‘These changes represent a maturing (online) environment.’

    Control. It’s always about control. Leftards do not like their dogma challenged.

    This is to control opinion and information under the guise of protecting posters from being offended.

    “Nasty” and “vicious” mean any FACTS that challenge “anthropogenic climate change” and rational pro-2nd amendment/self-defense arguments.

    AND…

    It is through the comments that we find out deliberately omitted information such as the race of criminals and challenges to global warming theory.

    There have been ‘significantly fewer things that we would not be able to share with our mothers,’ in the HuffPo comments section since the change, Soni says.

    Comments on HuffPo used to number into the 100s if not thousands, now, after censorship, there are fewer than 100.

    Don’t think the government doesn’t want to get its hands all over the Internet:

    Meanwhile, the Commerce Department is discreetly organizing a campaign to create a unique Internet ID for all Americans. Operating under the guise of protecting us from fraud and online identity theft, the federal government wants to impose an entire, centralized, online identity ecosystem.

    Participation in such a system would purportedly be voluntary – at least at first. So be prepared to exercise your right to opt out. In general, the fewer identities you create for yourself online, the less of an electronic footprint you’ll leave for snoops, identity thieves, and government agents to track.

    “China can shut down the Internet, why can’t we?”

    –Sen Joe Liberman

    • Brian

      The same cultural marxists who want to clamp down on crimethink comments seem to recognize the value of anonymity when wearing Guy Fawkes masks at an Occupy rally.

      • WR_the_realist

        Or when covering their faces at an antifa protest.

    • Randall Ward

      You are right, but don’t fool yourself, they know who we all are.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Lefties do not want debate or rational argument, they cannot tolerate challenges to their OPINIONS.

    They want to shut down any/all (so-called) conservative comments that challenge their sick dogma of multiculturalism, diversity, integrated neighborhoods and schools, blacks and Whites are exactly the same, the pro-homosexual and feminist in-your-face agenda, gaia worship as a religion, anti-White narrative.

    Dogma that is for YOU, but not for THEM.

    And why I keep repeating that George Orwell was right, he was only off by a few years (and yes, I am aware that Orwell was a left-leaning socialist, he was still correct).

    This is a great graphic despite the grammatical error.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Bill O’Reilly. And he isn’t much of a Conservative.

      • JohnEngelman

        The one thing conservative commentators all agree on is that the rich should have more money.

  • Joe blow

    All of this is directed at suppressing the freedom to express unpopular (non-leftist, non-zionist) opinion. Compulsory printing of e-mail, and eventually home, addresses, is in our future.

  • niggardly

    The leader of the Panthers has kill Whitey tattooed on his face.
    I have never seen a White person carrying a placard saying kill blacks.
    I have never heard any White say kill black babies…..

  • Re Duck Dynasty.

    I’m proud of “our” side (and I’m using “our” loosely in this case), because for once, and for the most part, “our” side approached an issue that was purely a battle in the larger culture wars and fought it in terms of pure power and cultural politics, the squeakiest wheel first gets the grease. We did not (for the most part) do what “we” usually do, try to couch the debate in abstractions like “first amendment” and “constitution” and “rights.”

  • newscomments70

    “Companies including Google and the Huffington Post are trying everything from deploying moderators to forcing people to use their real names in order to restore civil discourse. ” Translation, Huffington Post deletes any comments that don’t cheerlead for its left wing, radical propaganda. A comment posted by a black, hispanic woman warned that “whites will soon get what’s coming to them”. This comment was allowed with no problem. Any negative rebuttal would be promptly removed. That is Huffpo’s idea of civilized debate.

  • Sick of it

    Most of the people on Stormfront want something like secession or expulsion.

  • Dave4088

    The anti-white left can’t debate, so now they have to ban or censor comments. A racially conscious white person defending the honor of this people or expressing righteous anger at black on white violence constitutes “hate and bile”.

    • Randall Ward

      You said it. I recently debated a Berkley college professor on line and I have never seen such helplessness. He was a basket case and would not debate on the points at all. He had no reading skills and was not a critical thinker.

      • ms_anthro

        Which means, of course, that he was a perfect fit for Berkeley.

      • Svigor

        The way lefties “debate” reminds me of the old joke about an economist that goes, “assume you have a can opener.” If you kick their assumptions out from under them they’re helpless.

  • I have always posted under my own self-imposed non-anonymity, but I have rather less to lose than most others: I can not be fired from the job I don’t have. As my own landlord, I would have to evict my own self in order for my family to become homeless, and I’m ALREADY a convicted federal felon on the Terrorist Watch List. I suspect that if the Politically Correct were less focused on wrecking people’s careers, society might see more openness in this respect, rather than mainly from people who feel they have very little that the PC Commissar-wannabes can take away from them.

    • WR_the_realist

      As the song says, “Freedom’s just another word for having nothing left to lose.”

    • newscomments70

      I will bet that our disgusting liberal government would rather pursue us and destroy our free speech, while leaving perverts (NAMBLA, etc) alone. Hate speech aka telling the truth is a more serious crime than rape. In liberal countries like Sweden, those arrested for hate speech have longer prison sentences than rapists.

  • newscomments70

    ““If it were up to me, you progressive libs destroying this country would be hanging from the gallows for treason. People are awakening though. If I were you, I’d be very afraid,” wrote someone using the name “JBlaze.”” Was quoting this person meant to shock us? Millions of people feel that way, what is their point? Liberals hate to hear the truth. They want “JBlaze” to be silenced and ultimately arrested for hate speech. They wish to quell any ideas of disent and revolution.

    We love the comments sections because they are expressions of freedom. We find solidarity there. Without the comments sections, what is the point of reading the articles? We go back to the “Communist Party Daily” style articles that we had before the internet. The expolsion of freedom I have witnessed with online comments fills me with energy..the liberals want to take that from us. We need to keep making noise; it is working.

    • Randall Ward

      Arrested for hate speech? That is news to me. I know in Europe and Asia that is done, but here?

      • newscomments70

        I meant that is their ulitmate goal. They cannot arrest us yet, but the can ruin our lives in other ways.

        • Randall Ward

          Right, no doubt they would like nothing more than that. Obama sent a message yesterday that it is ok to attack whites but not ok to attack blacks, with his hate crime prosecution against a Texas thug who hit a black.

          • Svigor

            Not only that, but the thug in question has been charged with, essentially, hate thoughts. His “racist” video, that had nothing at all to do with the crime, got him an extra charge.

      • Svigor

        They can’t arrest us for hate speech, yet, but the recent case of the white “knockout” suspect does suggest that they can charge us for hate thoughts. As far as I can tell, he’s been charged for making a racist video that had nothing to do with the crime.

  • Katherine McChesney

    StandWithPhil on Facebook got 1.5 million likes. Another got hundreds of thousands of likes. The Right won this game and the left are furious. Now Jesse Jackson has given A&E 72 hours to meet with him.

    • LeGrandDerangement

      Or…..?

      • Katherine McChesney

        LGD…No word from A&E about a meeting with JJ. Maybe they’ll just ignore him. He’s trying to accuse Phil of making a racist remark about blacks.

        • LeGrandDerangement

          I’d be surprised if they had the backbone to ignore him. They probably bought him off. Which would probably be fine with him.

  • newscomments70

    I saw this article on “conservative” Fox News. I tried to comment, but I was quickly reminded that Fox doesn’t allow comments anymore. I turned to AMREN so that i could comment. In the past, I visited Foxnews everyday. The website no longer interests me, as it is simply a tyrannical mouthpiece of the ruling elite. I would rather visit AMREN. The upside of comment censorship is that more people will turn to Amren and similar. I have already been seeing many users.

    • Kenner

      I use Drudge, The Daily Kenn, Beitbart, Top Conservative News [Cof CC], The Daily Mail, and sometimes The Blaze.

    • QuinnTheEskimo9

      It’s called faux news for a reason with anti-2nd Amendment Bill O’Reilly as the head shill. Faux news is as bad as all the others.

  • Earl Turner

    Pfft! They – as in the government – already know who we are. I’ve had a visit from armed law enforcement agents already. Nothing I’ve posted has been illegal but they sure don’t like my open dislike of diversity.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Tell us about it. Did they reference a comment you posted?

      • Earl Turner

        This is about all I feel comfortable revealing. My lawyer told me not to worry about it, but at the same time don’t go talking about any specifics.

    • Randall Ward

      Yes, I would like to hear more also.

  • Brian

    I know many White people that do not like Blacks and they qualify as
    racists. However not a single one advocates death to Blacks.

    What every one does advocate is freeing America of its Blacks by
    sending them back to their homeland, or at least out of the lives of
    White people.
    ======
    How much practical difference would it make? Sending American blacks back to Africa would essentially be a death sentence for many of them. They, en masse, can’t maintain a civilization beyond the Iron Age, much less build one. Even the frequent calls to end EBT/SNAP would result in starvation for many of them. Let’s not be coy about this.

    • It’s been a long time since a comment has plunged me into such unshakable gloom for such a length of time. Nothing to do with you. The problem is that your comment seems quite true, and from there the logic is quite down and gloomy.
      What makes it easier to take is, I realized, that the same is true for most people even in the best of countries. It is only a very few people who make things happen and possible for everyone else. It makes one think what a precipice we might be on.

      • Brian

        Sorry to be a downer– this realization had the same effect on me. I don’t think removal of the black population to Africa is feasible. Or even doing what the 60’s black nationalists proposed: tearing off a chunk of the USA (five southern states) and moving them there and us out, to have a ‘New Afrika Republic’ with the rest of us in the remaining 45 states. It could technically be done, but politically? We can’t even get our leaders to make a token effort to slow the flood of third-world immivasion to the Western nations. We can’t even seem to reverse the multicult trend and get back to Jim Crow or apartheid, which functioned as half-measures.

        I read a guy the other day making prognostications, and he feared that the advance of genetic understanding would a) give us less than we want in terms of understanding genetic disease and psych problems, and b) more than we want in terms of undeniably exposing racial genetic differences in terms of innate ability, intelligence, etc.

        I see this working out in one of two ways. Either we continue to allow the West to be flooded with low-IQ, uncivilized Morlocks, Brazilifying us into a miscegenated Elysium until we hit the wall of economic unsustainability, and have a massive breakdown of civilization and an orgy of apocalyptic bloodletting. This would have a cleansing, survival-of-the-fittest effect, but at unbelievable cost, and slowly the whole process of recovery, degeneration and breakdown could repeat.

        Or, we hold on long enough to really develop genetic profiling and germline modification…and fix the ‘performance gap’ once and for all with genetic engineering. In other words, we live in a ‘diverse’ world racially, but with less diversity in the genome, because of artificial ‘uplift’ of the genetically unlucky…we FIX the black tendencies toward low IQ, high time priority, violence, etc. Gattaca is the lesser of the two evils.

        The ages of high-latitude environmental challenges European and NE Asian ancestors faced, with the resulting tendencies toward high IQ, social cooperation, behavioral inhibition, future time orientation, K-selected mating strategy and all the rest, worked, but the memo didn’t reach the rest of homo sapiens. It’s up to us to finish the job, artificially.

        There is a third option I suppose– hold on long enough to establish a colony on Mars, which would tend to be populated by the healthy and intelligent by necessity. And then develop that new planetary society while letting Earth go to the dogs. But I think option 1 or 2 will happen before 3 gets a chance to occur.

        • Katherine McChesney

          I think all of them should be moved to Mississippi and Louisiana closer to their voodoo roots. Their exodus from all other states would decrease the crime statistics and improve our lifestyle.

        • Svigor

          It’s not really a downer once you realize that there’s no real distinction there with current policy; the minute whites can no longer afford to feed blacks (and that time will come eventually – it’s inevitable), the same result will occur. In other words, the leftist policy of stealing from whites to feed blacks, and consequently increase their population far beyond blacks’ own ability to sustain, is the same thing.

        • Brian

          I mentioned the Morlocks from H.G. Wells’ 1895 novel ‘The Time Machine’. For those of you who haven’t read the book or seen the movie adaptations, check this out and imagine 3rd-world immigrants as Morlocks, and Eloi as post-modern white liberal SWPLs.
          ==========

          By the year AD 802,701, humanity has evolved into two separate species: the Eloi and the Morlocks. The Eloi are the childlike, frail group, living a banal life of ease on the surface of the earth, while the Morlocks live underground, tending machinery and providing food, clothing and infrastructure for the Eloi. Each class evolved and degenerated from humans.

          While the Morlocks continue to support the world’s infrastructure and serve the Eloi, the Eloi have undergone significant physical and mental deterioration. Having solved all problems that required strength, intelligence, or virtue, they have slowly become dissolute and naive. They are of sub-human intelligence, though apparently intelligent enough to speak. They do not perform much work.

          While one initially has the impression that the Eloi people live a
          life of play and toil-less abundance, it is revealed that the Morlocks are attending to the Eloi’s needs for the same reason a farmer tends cattle; the Morlocks use the Eloi for food.

          In the 1960 film version of the book, the Eloi are depicted as identical to modern humans, but all small and physically attractive, blond and blue-eyed. They are a placid and docile
          race, called “human vegetables” by the Time Traveller. They lack curiosity and appear devoid of human emotion. They have historical records, but have allowed them to become dust.

          The Time Traveller motivates them to fight and defeat the Morlocks, which they do by setting them on fire as the Morlocks seem unused to resistance.

    • blight14

      Proceed with the exodus……

  • Fathercoughlin

    I was disappointed he freed the Pusssy Riot grrls.Seems a few more years making little rocks out of big roicks may do wonders for their complexions!

  • WR_the_realist

    Needless to say, our globalist masters do not really care if we use bad spelling, bad grammar, or ALL CAPS. That just makes the poster look stupid, which is what they want. But politely and with proper grammar point out the differences in IQ among groups and the differences in criminality or welfare dependency, and you will now be censored.

    • Reverend Bacon

      Exactly. A key component of intelligence is pattern recognition. Those of us who can do it are the ones they fear.

    • QuinnTheEskimo9

      I’ve always had a strong feeling those ALL CAPS and blatant grammatical errors are salted in there by the PC site itself as an example of their opposition. Same deal with signs held by fake, toothless, disheveled, crazy-looking tea partiers in rallies that contain obvious misspellings. These are the ones the msm will feature, simply to make the tea partiers look uneducated, illiterate, stupid and racist.

      • Dr. Möbias

        This is the reason I no longer respond to trolls that appear on threads. They are most likely planted and paid to stir up trouble and make pro-whites look like hot head racists. I remember the cases of supposedly white supremacist and clan leaders who turned out to be FBI informants, like Hal Turner.

        • The old joke among 1960s and 1970s (COINTELPRO days) left-wing radicals was that they could tell who the FBI agent infiltrators were; they were the guys always trying to convince people to blow something up.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            That’s because they were agent provocateurs, or state agents trying to get members of movements to commit crimes that would justify immediate and harsh crackdowns.

      • Katherine McChesney

        That’s also how they portray Southerners. The mainstream television site always portray us as illiterate, redneck and toothless. Homosexual Anderson Cooper’s program does that and it alters or edits the phone calls from Southerners to make them appear as racists.

  • Pelagian

    With websites that do not allow comments to be anonymous, I suggest we do parody comments such as the pattern. “So sorry to hear about this. Thank you Detroit News, for keeping us informed. My subscription renewal’s in the mail!” After about the 100th of such comments,, the discussion page will be completely boring and unreadable .. And it will be like the Internet never existed .. Which is exactly what newspapers would like, come to think of it. Seriously, why would I ever want to comment on an article, and add my knowledge for the sake of the Detroit News? no matter how neutral and “safe” it may seem, there is still a risk that some weirdo will *still* be offended and then want to follow me all over the Internet and maybe even show up at my house? I would rather play solitaire and stay out of trouble.

  • Cold_Gravy

    They only censor the truth. No point in censoring a lie.

    • I believe it was Spartacus who brought up that point a few months ago; if we were merely wrong, we would not arouse such hostility among the Cultural Marxists. There is no point to censoring someone who claims that the world is flat or hollow.

      • Cold_Gravy

        Exactly Michael. The, the real fascists, lefties give themselves away.

  • Randall Ward

    I don’t know who the person is that wrote this article, but she hasn’t traveled around the web much if she believes what she wrote in this article.
    The libs are afraid of the public and their comments. On many sites the comments are better than the news articles and the comments are more truthful.
    The WSJ is one of those sites. Just don’t say anything negative about Israel.
    I would like to see a web site that exposes the personal lives of the “news” people in the USA. That would be revealing and interesting.

    • ms_anthro

      Perhaps we should create it ourselves. presstitutes [dot] org is still available.

      • Mike Conrad

        Not any more it’s not 😉

        Wanna help? I like AmRen’s format, but not its lacunae with respect to our society’s Overlords…

        • ms_anthro

          Excellent. Yes, I’d like to help.

          • Mike Conrad

            Great… shoot me an email via the link on the new site and we can get the ball rolling!

  • Randall Ward

    I think you are making a pitch to not attack Jews. The Jews are just like all other people aren’t they? Why should they be exempt? As a southerner, I am surely not exempt, and in fact am the butt of many a hollywood writers joke.

    • Well my friend, you’re wrong. By all means, attack Jews – through words of course. Attack us with well-spoken, reasonable arguments. I was referring to attacks in general.

      • Randall Ward

        I did not say I attacked Jews; what I said was it seemed you were trying to make a pitch to not attack Jews.
        I think Israel is making a lot of mistakes and is headed for a blowup. I think the wealthy liberal Jews in the USA that are in the entertainment industry are not doing any favors for the white Christians. I think they do considerable harm to the USA in general, by the type of movies, tv and music they promote.
        I have studied the Jews for years; I just finished the “Iron Kingdom”, the history of Prussia from 1600-1945 and I am reading “Der Judenstaat” by Theodor Herzl now. I read the Israeli newspapers and read before the Iron Kingdom, a book called “

        • QuinnTheEskimo9

          Culture of Critique will tell you everything you need to know.

      • Max Krakah

        We need do no more than mention that jews have voted as a solid block for the democrats and the democrat agenda for the past 60 years. We need do no more than list the names of the jewish judges and their decisions, the jewish academics and their writings, the jewish leaders of all of the “isms” and “movements” that have been against us. All we need to do is to be able to speak the truth and then ask jews to defend their actions. All we need to do is say, you have done this and this and this, why are you doing this to us? That is all we need to do to be condemned as an anti something or other., as a something or other phobe, as intolerant, as bigoted. Yet all this is being done to us, and all we are doing is notice ing who is doing it and asking them why.

        • QuinnTheEskimo9

          It is more than that, Max. They’ll use the court system to destroy you and get your fired from your job. Jews are at the forefront of the Hate Speech movement which is directed at Whites and ONLY Whites. In Europe and Canada, you can be arrested and thrown in jail for even questioning the set-in-stone Holocaust narrative. They quash any and all facts, empirical data and challenges to their narrative and won’t hesitate to destroy your life to do so.
          These folks do not want their anti-white narrative questioned, they only want to shut you up…permanently.

          • Katherine McChesney

            Their fundraising is called the “Holocaust business” and they say that “business is very, very good”. They get rich off the Holocaust story.

            And then there’s the Holodomor.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            Yes, the Holodomor and all the other mass exterminations of whites they perpetrated, and desperately want covered up. The trouble is, the nuclear armed ICBM has left the silo long ago, and there is no sweeping this back under the rug. We must makes as many whites aware of the Holdomor as possible, in order to save ourselves from the same fate.

        • Svigor

          The reflexive Jewish Supremacy of the typical American is rather telling. And disappointing.

  • Jim

    And what will happen when the so called nasty comments are nixed? Those who comment will migrate to AmRen or some other more obscure site that they hadn’t considered posting at before. It’s always been true – oppressing opposing views creates organized opposition to your own views.

  • Mike Conrad

    Great quote and yes: every mainstream site from the NYT and CNN on down favor comments which reflect their own point of view, and bury or delete those which run contrary to them.

    The Jefferson quote under AmRen’s masthead is anathema to the ‘opinion-makers’ of our time.

  • Yale2001

    These web sites are about indoctrination, not what you think or feel. How can they keep indoctrinating our youth if they realize so many people really don’t see things the way they are preaching?

    • QuinnTheEskimo9

      They report opinion as hard news and squelch any facts to the contrary. Put ’em out of business. Sponsors only care about the revenue stream.

  • I often prefer reading the reader’s comments to the original article myself, just to gauge the communities reaction to certain issues.
    The less censorship, the more interesting the conversation (with in reason).
    And although there are certain areas of pro non-White content where Whites will swoon like with celebrity black baby stories (often with a White parent) and sports stars antics etc.
    I’m also seeing a real swing to a Amren like logic in comments on issues such as racism (anti and otherwise), immigration and the cherry picking of non-Whites for victim sympathy status, political elevation, memorials and other official attempts of diversity window dressing.
    Which is encouraging and probably also (as you’ve eloquently stated) the reason for left needing to censor.
    Call me naive, but I believe (possibly from being weened on Disney films) that “the truth” will prevail.
    “My hope” lives somewhere in between the cynical and naive, I only hope that the latter will prevail, because if the former wins, it means that there’s a merciless ancient evil, that not only exists, but is gunning for us.
    Let’s call it greed.

  • wildfirexx

    Good article and Good site, but WTF?…
    this is not the first time I cannot find my comment I spent time writing on this article on this site…but poof! …it has disappeared!
    Ironically for an article written on this very subject of banning and monitoring comments on free speech on the internet, I find this appalling.
    Was it because I mentioned Jewish media control that my comment was deleted ? WTF!

    • IstvanIN

      Maybe you should avoid “WT#”.

    • PvtCharlieSlate

      I discovered this site about one week ago and have just started to post comments. Today, in another article about a flash mob in Florida, one of my comments, which was an expansion of a comment I had made earlier, disappeared even though the original remained.

      Really, WTF?

      • jane johnson

        Have patience. Discus has been acting a little glitchy lately. Check your comment history, and you may find that your post was merely “misplaced”, and has returned. I think that maybe the mods are having a bit of fun with us because of the subject of this thread.

        • PvtCharlieSlate

          If the mods are just having some fun then I think they really ought to take a break and go out and have a few beers. It is Saturday night, after all.

    • jane johnson

      Did your post just disappear? Or was there a delete notice in its place? Check my response to PCL below for a possible answer.

  • striket3

    The blacks still bring up emmett till but shudder when you mention the Wichita horror.

    • Mergatroyd

      Because the cultural marxists have made Emmett Till a martyr through revisionist history while the Wichita Horror was suppressed by the media.

      The cultural marxists have made challenging their anti-White narrative grounds for career and personal destruction.

      That’s why.

      • Anon

        You know what else the “cultural marxists” have done? Manipulated you into using a race neutral term, with the implication that these people are white, different from you only in political ideology, when, in fact, almost all of them are of the same, non-white race and absolutely 100% of them in positions of power implementing the media manipulation you are talking about, are of this same non-white race.

        • Dr. Möbias

          I think almost everyone here knows that.

      • blight14

        And always remember, the descriptor ‘Cultural Marxists’ is a code term.

    • Erasmus

      Whenever one of the non-humans brings up Emmet Till, I bring up Fanny Gumbinger, Jonathon Foster, Michael Daniels, Kristopher Kime, Christopher Lane, Antonio Santiago, Channon Christian, Christopher Newson, Jonathon Foster, Fannie Gumbinger, Autumn Pasquale, Delbert Belton, Bailey O’Neal, etc., etc.

      I now carry a list of names with me. I suggest everyone else do the same.

  • Funruffian

    The Huffpo is very Anti-White, Anti-Christian and Anti-American. They are hypocrites if they claim to monitor Hate-Speech. They are instigators of hate, unless the hate is directed at a Black or Jewish person.

  • kenfrombayside

    In the past, I’ve called for a final solution to America’s knee-grow problem. I don’t mean gas chambers. The best way to accomplish this is to deport these unwanted people to what is known as the Congo. This area is sparsely populated and is loaded with trillions in resources. There are precedents for this. After WWII, most of Eastern Europe expelled ethnic Germans as they were deemed a security threat. Do the Czechs miss gerry? No. If blacks are deported, I hope in my lifetime, they will not be missed.

    • Franklin_Ryckaert

      The difference is of course that the expelled Germans could fend for themseves, the repatriated Blacks will die of hunger in their new fatherland of plenty and that will then be blamed on the Whites.

      • Svigor

        Blacks can fend for themselves, too. They did so for thousands of years before the white man colonized Africa.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    Those who cannot be named hate free speech, and they are leading the charge to destroy it in western nations. Moreover, to them the very notion that outsiders have ANY inalienable rights given to them by their maker is completely alien and anathema.

  • Keep Honkin, I’m Reloading

    Guess it was only a matter of time, once they realized most of us caught on to their “youth”, “teens”, “random attack” code words.

    • jane johnson

      It’s not so much that we cracked the code; it’s that we are now using it ourselves in a sarcastic fashion so as to ridicule them. Straight out of Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. Ridicule is a powerful weapon because any attempt to defend against it makes the target look…well…ridiculous.

  • ben no

    This anti-white immigration policy is quite literally making our people very afraid and sick. You guys have to check out this painful message that I copy-and-pasted from a depression forum a few hours ago. And no, I will not give their name and link to the website out of respect.

    “I feel the same sought of pain, agony, fear and horror over the tragedy of what is happening to my people and nation as what a mother would feel if she were told that her children were going to be raped and murdered one day, and that it was inevitable and they deserve it. Now that may be a bit of an extreme example to use here, but the horrendous torment and despair is the same. I have major depression and chronic insomnia because forced mass immigration and multiculturalism is destroying my people and culture in every way possible, besides outright murder. And the fact that the latter isn’t happening is what justifies it all. So it is bloodless and silent like a cancer within.

    I also have full-blown avoidance symptoms and try to avoid television news as well as non-whites at every possible chance, since to be in their large presence for a duration of time only causes me to slip into a massive dwelling state, where I feel suicidal. It is traumatic and traumatising beyond my ability to cope. Living to see the future of a poverty-stricken, crime-ridden and barbaric Islamic state and the full extent of my people’s ethnic cleansing is not conceivable right now. The biggest torment is in the ability to live and fully comprehend the catastrophic nightmare that awaits us. I have had four straight months of sleepless nights, practically without exception, and around five-out-of-seven days a week of body fatigue.

    I feel so tired and warn down, and I am only 26 years old! I was pregnant but miscarried on purpose, as in my circumstance, there is noway I could raise child, much less provide for one. I felt hopeless and helpless and I caused the death of my own foetus!! I HATE what our traitorous government has done my nation and people. I can’t BARE IT. What did we do? Why are they causing such evil and punishment to us? Why do they indoctrinate us and encourage us to commit racial suicide by voting against ourselves and celebrating our extinction, and promoting racial-mixing with non-whites, even with our terrible birth rate as it is? Death seems like my only option. Strangely, I even feel like I could die for my people to make things safe and okay for them again. I don’t want to live myself, I just want them to live and survive.”

    • IstvanIN

      Sadly I relate to much of what this young lady writes.

      • Ella

        Being realistic, less denial, can have a cost. We will see possibly higher suicide rates among the young due to rapidly changing demographics, job losses, broken or single homes, increasing drug use and economic deterioration at first. They call this “anomie” or plainly lacking social bonds. Depression comes out of isolation and deep losses. The young as she speaks of has been cursed in this country.

      • Katherine McChesney

        I, as well.

    • QuinnTheEskimo9

      I read your comment yesterday and gave it a lot of thought. I have a strong feeling a lot of whites feel the same way, especially those who live in close proximity to violent blacks knowing the government won’t do a thing if whites are assaulted and watching as this country is overtaken by illiterate mestizos from the 4th world.
      The only answer appears to be a separation from non-whites, violent though it may be. We must have our own homeland, our own media system and supports for our people and ONLY our people, just as is allowed every other racial group on earth.
      Keep talking to everyone you know, quietly and gently at first, as long as you keep putting the white genocide message out there and what our enemies plan to do to us. There’s a ton of empirical evidence out there, the evidence and facts are on our side. Use them even if you’re called a racist and hater.

      • ms_anthro

        The despair and hopeless frustration one feels in the presence of low-IQ, low-functioning non-Whites can be almost too much to bear, it’s true. When they’re the majority in what used to be one’s own land, the pain becomes intolerable. The stupidity, filth, ugliness, laziness, moral degeneracy, urban blight, inability to abide by even basic social rules of decorum…the costs of Glorious Diversity seem infinite.

        How much more pressure can we take before the dam cracks? I suspect it won’t be long before our enemies find out the hard way that we won’t go down without a fight to the bitter end. But casualties like the woman in the anonymous post above will be many before we see victory.

        A tragic situation, and those monstrous globalists and sellouts in high places who have brought it upon us must be named and swiftly punished.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        Separation is not enough, not when these invaders have every intention of exterminating us. Extermination and or expulsion of ALL of them, together with devastating attacks on their homelands to prevent a re-invasion will be the only way we will get our homelands back anywhere.

  • teaisstronger

    ITS CENSORSHIP NO MATTER WHAT YOU WANT TO CALL IT

    If you invite people to post comments do not censor what they write. If the Government knows who you are or your employer is known you can be destroyed. NSA, HOMELAND, IRS monitors everything written here and if you force people to ID themselves they will refuse to comment and you go out of business.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    Aside from censoring comments, they are increasingly making it more difficult to comment in pure anonymity/ To create alternative gmail accounts that can be used to create a Disqus persons they now ask for a secondary email and even a cell phone number. This is obviously meant for the power that be to be able to track a single user through multiple internet personae.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    Aside from censoring comments, they are increasingly making it more difficult to comment in pure anonymity. To create alternative gmail accounts that can be used to create a Disqus persons they now ask for a secondary email and even a cell phone number. This is obviously meant for the power that be to be able to track a single user through multiple internet personae.

    • Max Krakah

      so buy a throw away cell phone at walmart.

  • ViktorNN

    It’s interesting that Huffington Post is cited here as a site with proactive “anti-hate” moderation.

    I’ve had comments deleted from HP under the strangest of circumstances.

    For example, a Jewish doctor who was a guest blogger for HP posted a rant about how cow’s milk is unhealthy for humans, and that our government should be actively trying to get people to drink less milk.

    In response, I posted a simple, straight forward comment that said that something like 80% of all Jews are lactose intolerant, and that most non-whites are lactose intolerant too, but that for white Europeans, the vast majority of us have a specially evolved genetically-based capability for digesting cow’s milk. I suggested that perhaps the fact that this doctor was probably lactose intolerant might be coloring his objectivity.

    First I got called an anti-semitic bigot a bunch of times and then within an hour the comment was taken down.

    I could tell dozens such stories. As usual, the problem isn’t just with lowbrow, name calling, stupid comments – it’s with any comment that tells certain truths that liberals make it their business to suppress.

  • Mergatroyd

    Daily Mail too. Article about how many new immigrants from Bulgaria and Romania are going to head to England after the 1st when they are able and how cities can expect to be inundated with a new wave of destitute, non-English speaking immigrants flooding into their towns and schools.

    No comments allowed as they are on all other articles.

  • Mergatroyd

    I strongly suspect your NEOcon, traitorous congressman well knows what you’d like to tell him but knows to do so is career suicide. He is enjoying the perks of being a well-paid political hack with a lucrative consulting job awaiting him when he retires from Congress. All he has to do to retire rich is vote the right way and keep his bosses happy.

    To speak as you’d like him to means an instant smear campaign lauched against him with all of his dirty laundry aired by the media to make him a laughing stock. When the next election comes up, a very well-funded, more pliant opponent will “suddenly” appear from nowhere, sort of like Obama, who’s willing to vote the correct way (anti-White, pro-ME wars, Pro-Israel) and go against his own race and culture (if he’s White, that is) if a few pieces of silver are tossed his way. The new opponent will have unlimited funds and media fawning while the old pol will be ridiculed and laughed at as out-of-touch, etc.

  • Mergatroyd

    Reminds me of when Bill Clinton gave a speech about Whites becoming a minority in the near future and he received a standing ovation. While hypocritically living with life time armed security in a near-100% White community in upstate New York.

    • LeGrandDerangement

      Maybe the same speech, but Bubba gave a similar speech at some university in Oregon.

  • Max Krakah

    correct. Every time an identity gets banned from youtube I satay away until I create a new one

  • newscomments70

    I do mention AMREN whenever possible. Yahoo news now filters the word patterns: “AMREN” and “American Renaissance”. I have to type out “American Renai ssance”, placing a space in the word, and advise people to google it. In liberalspeak, “renaissance” is a dirty word. Anyhow, the last time I posted this suggestion on MSM, I received 125 thumbs up and only four thumbs down. That was a good feeling.

  • Edruezzi

    The disciples of hate and ignorance march on. I love you savages.

    • IstvanIN

      So we are hateful and ignorant because we want our people to survive? Seems to me that you are the savage.

    • robinbishop34

      Ignorance of what?

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      When we are forced to fight for our very survival, you will see genuine savagery. Indeed, we will use our enemies savagery against them, just as Vlad the Impaler used the Ottoman Turks own methods against them. You are an agent of hate and savagery.

    • QuinnTheEskimo9

      The Daily Kos is missing its idiot (YOU). Don’t like it here?
      Thread exit is thataway =====>
      You won’t be missed.

    • alex

      If you really want to be exposed to hate and ignorance, then listen to Al Sharpton radio show.
      Ignorance comes from Al Sharpton, hate and ignorance come from his show callers.

    • Only a “disciple”? You praise me with faint damns, sir.

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    A quote from the article about this on the Star Tribune (which also isn’t allowing comments for this story):

    ““They’re damaged kids, and maybe they’re too far gone, but I think there’s redemption for everybody,” Andrew said. “So we’ll try to find a way for them to get in a place where they can turn their lives around.””

    He’s an idiot. I feel bad for him, but he’s a fool if he thinks these people are ever going to change.

    And remember, he said this after they did this to him: “Police said Andrew was bleeding profusely from a large cut on the top of his head and from his mouth. He also had bruises and abrasions on his face.”

  • Nick Jihad

    I’m not surprised the MSM sites have moved to ban comments – i’m surprised that they allowed them at all in the first place. On those rare occasions that I find myself reading a story on an ABC/CBS/NBC site, half the comments are devoted to disparaging the news organization itself. They don’t like to lose control of the narrative.

  • Pelagian

    another thing the mainstream newspapers are doing is even if you go to the trouble to set up an account with that newspaper, they block you from logging in if you don’t use it every week or so … And then try again to force you over to Facebook. but if you send a “password request” … They generally will reset it for you.

  • Erasmus

    Don’t be surprised when someone from a race with a median IQ score of 85 fails to grasp the logic easily understood by most people from races with a median IQ score of 100 or higher.

  • Terra Magnum Imperium

    You can’t take peoples right to be @$$hole$. Wesley Snipes in the movie “demolition man”.

  • libertarian1234

    They can clamp down all they want, but all of them are fighting for web site hits, and their traffic will suffer if they return to censoring anybody whose opinion they don’t agree with.
    In fact, they loosened their policies of disallowing politically correct comments due to the inundation of them on their web sites. They couldn’t delete them all without having an almost empty board.

    It must be distressing for them to the max to print in their papers complete fabrications and managed news only to have about 500 comments call them on it every day. They want to report the news as they want you to believe it without any regard for the facts.

    Their Orwellian machine is beginning to crumble, and will continue to do so. If they want to restrict legitimate comments, because they might not be PC, then they’ll suffer less traffic because of it, and go the way of their printed editions.

    • QuinnTheEskimo9

      One can only hope. The sooner the PC mainstream newspapers, including on-line editions go out of business, the better.

  • Rossbach

    For the past decade or so, internet censorship has been promoted by Liberals as internet “civility”. Modern “liberalism” is anything but liberal when it comes to dealing with dissent. Those who preach “tolerance” rely mainly on censorship to enforce leftist political orthodoxy, and those who espouse “diversity” never allow any opinions that deviate from that orthodoxy. The only “civil” discourse that Liberals are willing to tolerate is the politically correct variety.

  • Earl Turner

    The local paper here has an outright hated for comments on their stories, at least on the part of some of the editors. They used to have Disqus. Now they recently changed over to Facebook, stating that now commenters will have to post under their real names.

    Yes, really.

    So guess what? Earl Turner has a Facebook page. Does anyone think Earl Turner is my real name?

    • libertarian1234

      Few people really care if they give a real name when they register. They’re going to say what they can get by the moderators regardless.

      It’s not really insults and threats against each other, those who prompted this article fear. It is telling the truth about the bias reporting and outright lies appearing just under their slanted news coverage they’re concerned with.

      • I have used names like Wilfred J. Pisspuddle III when creating accounts. Nobody really looks at these.

  • Max Krakah

    yes, the non anonymous sites are nothing but sycophant orgies

  • Max Krakah

    This will be a lesson to the lefties. They are so vain that they think people go to their sites to read their stories. People go to sites where they can take part in a public debate. Close the debate, make it a phony or rigged one and people will stop going to those sites.

  • QuinnTheEskimo9

    Clicked on your link and read the article, which was VERY interesting to say the least, particularly the following.

    The truth is that Putin destroys Russia with unprecedented speed.

    1. Multiculturalism (‘multinationality’) is the official Putin ideology. Ten years ago there were virtually no alien migrants in Russia. Now there are 15 millions of them, mostly Central Asians — 10% of the total population. Most of them are males of military age. In Moscow they commit around a half of all violent crimes. Moscow is no longer a Russian city.

    I’d read something similar about Putin on another news site not long ago, having to do with WHO surrounds him and gives him “advice,” the same type that give the same advice to the American president. They led the Bolshevik revolution which turned Russia into a killing field.

    • Dr. Möbias

      Makes one wonder what all this Putin worship is about. Perhaps a distraction from those playing both sides of the issues?

  • QuinnTheEskimo9

    It’s already underground. To say publicly what most of us here feel would ruin us before the day was out, a la Paula Deen.

    The objective is to keep us in constant fear of Big Brother and career ruination.

  • QuinnTheEskimo9

    That’s why you need to turn off msm TV and cancel any and all newspapers. Let’s put the bastards out of business. I am tired of being insulted every day by msm papers that bash whites, as all of them do. Let the favored mestizos and blacks support the the msm. I hope all of them lose their white base of readers and TV watchers and the ad revenues dry up. Boycott anything anti-white starting with the msm.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Exactly, and we must never speak to the media either. They will use whatever we say against us.

      • Dr. Möbias

        They’ll twist if first or edited it down to make any white look like a hillbilly. David Duke’s name never appears in the media without the ubiquitous Nazi label.

    • Katherine McChesney

      We should do as they do but use facts. We should out them as Nazi’s, Communists and Socialists while giving them the reason we compare obama to stalin, hitler, franco, or mao.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Already done that, I do not subscribe to newspapers, watch TV very rarely, boycott all sports and numerous corporations as well. I tell others too who is working against them nonstop too and encourage them to stop doing business with them.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    Chilling effect? No, terrorism is what I call what the real bullies will resort to against those who dare voice opinions contrary to theirs. What this will result in is war and violence. When we cannot voice our views non-violently and openly, then the point will be made through death and destruction. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see the less freedom a people has, the more terrorism there will be.

  • KissThe Pussy

    So far I have been banned from The Local [all country versions, Mailonline, Daily Telegraph to name a few. One publication that had “lively debate” was the independent when they used Disgus, they have now changed to a boring format and moderate heavily.
    The leftist complaining and whining have succeeded in silencing right-wing views such as mine from these sites.
    I will not give in however

  • MarcB1969

    The Cultural Marxists no longer have any use for the free market place of ideas. They want to everybody with a heterodox viewpoint subject to reputation and economic loss by expressing dissenting opinions. They want a de facto thought police state.

    Don’t be surprised if employers who already ask for all sorts of personal online account information for Twitter and Facebook want to examine the online posting histories of applicants and employees. The same arguments the Leftists made for firing Phil Robertson from A&E will be used to cause economic instability of Whites with no media clout or a $400 million dollar family fortune to fall back on.

  • Katherine McChesney

    Don’t forget Rosa Parks Blvd.

  • Katherine McChesney

    Remember that Arianna Huffington was once a Republican and a Conservative, married to a homosexual. I have no idea what made her turn left but she despises Conservatives.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Welcome to the phenomena known as RINO, as in Republican In Name Only. It’s the ugly sister of AINO, or American In Name Only, which suits almost everyone in the top echelons of government and all of the darkie invaders and infiltrators they are flooding into our nation. Arianna Huffington is not only a RINO, she is also an enemy infiltrator who showed her true colors when she dropped the pretense. In other words, like the alien in the Sci-Fi movie, The Thing, sooner or later the likes of her reveal what they truly are when they attack us.

  • Max Krakah

    I think I just got a message board shut down today. What I did was post links to “the color of crime” and “Morality and abstract thinking, how africans may differ from westerners”. Apparently, THESE articles are considered EXTREMELY threatening to the liberal narrative.

    • kdbnfl

      Because you are a pathetic excuse for a human being. It’s not like you were just stating facts. You were saying things that would make one believe that you are/were involved in the KKK…

    • kdbnfl

      here’s an example… Just anyone on this site cares..

      “you go back and we won’t LET you come back, we won’t take you back, we won’t even slow down to say hi when we pass you. when you go black you are an HIV positive single mother.”
      This was about a mother that got gunned down inside of a restaurant by her ex husband in front of their 18 year old daughter that is in the military. The victim as well as other members of her family have served our country as well. Neither the ex husband nor the victim have ever been in trouble. YOU , MAX KRAKAH, ARE PATHETIC!

  • JohnEngelman

    As we on the race realist conservative right are fully aware, the GOP has not won a single significant victory against the left’s agenda in the last 50 or 60 years.

    – Tucker

    Republicans have skewed things in favor of the well to do. That is what they care about.

  • Edruezzi

    Yeah, and talking nonsense.

  • Svigor

    This is so very true. I have seen it myself, many times: the “bad racist” (epithets, threats, indications of mental illness, low factual content) comments stay up, the “good racist” (high factual content, indications of education and intelligence, no threats or epithets) are deleted.

  • Svigor

    Money. The sooner you realize that American leftism is the product of the American oligarchy, the sooner a lot of things start to make sense.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    Fortunately, there are ways to circumvent them and at the same time use their tactics against them. I think it’s time for whites to be incited into a blood fury right about now, don’t you?

  • Those old political cartoons make me appreciate that our recent ancestors were a lot smarter than I sometimes give them credit for and again, that “there is nothing new under the sun”.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    Many of those whose orders led to the murder of tens of millions of Slavs emigrated here around the turn of the century, BEFORE they joined the Bolsheviks. Others who remained here financed it, like the murderer Jacob Schiff.

  • kdbnfl

    wow.. that gave me a headache.. and I didn’t even read all of it..