So someone sent Blockhead Joe over at Buzzfeed the mail spool of Milo Yiannopoulos. It was probably Baked Alaska, as he’s snitched on his former comrades to get mentioned in Buzzfeed before and the article has a little bit of his signature on it, mentioning how Milo bought him a bad hotel room.
Firstly, the article mentions me several times as Milo used me as a source in a story. This is, as they say, a whole lotta nothin’ burger. Milo seeking comment from me, objectively one of the most notorious fascists in the Anglosphere, on a story about the alt-right is hardly cause for alarm. Hundreds of journalists have sought me for advice or comment. Milo has never paid me or given me a byline. Far after I was a public racist, I was given a byline in a Conde Nast publication. I am not being narcissistic to say that I am brilliant, well read, and a consistently notable combatant in the political arena with dozens of major accomplishments. As such there are thousands of pieces and spots featuring me across print and broadcast media worldwide. There’s a documentary about me available in Mandarin. The author of the Buzzfeed article, Joe Bernstein, has continually tried to solicit me for comments and information. The hypocrisy here is hilarious.
He did put me in a flowchart with Bannon which is pretty funny.
I have been far friendlier with some notable liberal journalists. Many of them have helped me out immensely.
Nevertheless, this is bad for Milo, as it will bring pressure onto his funding sources, and for that I rejoice if for simply to see suffering and ruin brought to a perfidious sodomite. However, the grounds on which this is occurring is stupid and people are already saying so in public. Stupid enough that it might provide Milo cover because of the context. An article only about how his backers continued to fund him after his Breitbart resignation might have done him more damage.
There’s something far better than that in the article though. Buzzfeed goes through and names specific industry figures who made jokes with Milo in private. Some of these people are not public figures. You won’t know their names. I’m well tuned into the media, it’s my job, and I certainly had no idea who Mitchell Sunderland was before today. He never ran for office, wrote political screeds in public, or had an article on Wikipedia. People are in the process of getting them fired now.
In a May 2016 email, according to BuzzFeed, he asked Milo to “Please mock this fat feminist” — referring to Lindy West, from Jezebel, the New York Times, and other publications.
A Vice spokesperson told Mashable, “We are shocked and disappointed by this highly inappropriate and unprofessional conduct. We just learned about this and have begun a formal review into the matter.”
This is unfathomably great for us.
I made a good friend in Bosnia who I unfortunately lost contact with due to Facecrook permanently banning my account due to the demands of a mob of homosexuals and childless single women headed by a Jewess. I could find him if I went to Sarajevo again. This friend of mine was a belligerent in the Yugoslavian conflict and I asked him why he fought. My friend knew someone that went to prison for telling a joke. I can certainly empathize as the same thing happened to me. I’ll start by telling his joke.
A rabbit is frantically running across the border of Macedonia and gets stopped by the border guards. They ask him why he was trying to flee. The rabbit says to the guard, “They made an order in Beograd that all mares across Yugoslavia are to be bred by a stallion.”
The guard says, “Yes, so why do you worry? You are not a mare. You are a rabbit.”
The rabbit replied, “I know that, and you know that, but I lost the paper to prove it.”
Now my friend’s friend told this in a room with a small number of his childhood friends. Either one of them snitched, or his house was bugged. He never found out which, but he did many years at Goli Otok, a horrific island stone quarry off the coast of Croatia that still looms a shadow over the psyches of all who lived in Yugoslavia. Several of the people in that room fought, and they all fought with their friend in mind.
The tyrannies of Communism are bearable by the people as long as an unwritten rule is respected. They are only to be imposed upon the public sphere. If you give people no space to retreat to, no place to be at ease, eventually they know they have to fight. The joke about a rabbit getting fucked by a horse is basely funny. It is a good joke.
You know something? Silicon Valley scriptwriter and journalist Dan Lyons’s comment in private to Milo is also fucking funny. In the mail spool, he asks Milo if “game developer” Zoe Quinn is a man. It is quite obvious from most of her pictures, especially before she was financed by the Marxist establishment and could afford a personal trainer and a hair stylist, that she was not a very feminine woman.
Most importantly, for the context of this discussion, these are jokes made in private about spaces that are public.
Of course, the opposition will try to dispute that fact.
Zoe Quinn’s genitals are the literal definition of public business. She appeared in pornographic photos. If you don’t want something to be public business, don’t put it on public display for commercial gain.
Humor is a way for people to deal with the problems they face in public life. The rabbit joke made light of a very real Kafkaesque nightmare where losing papers could lead to loss of liberty, and Dan Lyons’s comment makes light of another obvious absurdity.
You can demand that men pretend in public that this obvious trash heap whore whose only notable life event is being known for sleeping with a string of a half dozen men in a brief period is a legitimate contributor to not only a technical field which requires immense amounts of self-discipline but also the common political dialectic. They will play along with your make believe game during business hours because they want to keep their jobs.
You cannot, however, make them think it. You cannot make them acknowledge a falsehood in private. You cannot ask of them that they not make light of it in private with their friends. You don’t pay them enough for that, I assure you.
Gamergate was a rebellion of consumers, but the specter of this backlash is another thing altogether. The backlash against this is going to be a rebellion of the establishment’s daily operational staff. It is one thing to have some of your customers wanting to shop elsewhere. Only some of your customers think bad thoughts. It is quite another thing to have the people you work with every day that make what you do possible want to see you crushed. Any reasonably effective man or woman that you have on staff is going to despise you. Not a single useful (goy) individual on your staff is going to be on board with a campaign of tyranny over private thoughts.
They are going to rebel against this. The reaction in private that I know of is already extremely visceral. This kind of tyranny, the tyranny of the private sphere, is always where a Communist regime eventually arrives at. People hate it, especially Americans, and this will eventually come to bullets.
When it does, history is going to note the brilliance of my tactics in this culture war.