Moonbats from Reddit have finally discovered an old post of mine: Reddit and Racism. There is a link to it in the Reddit Politics section called “White Nationalists are Trying to Invade Reddit.” The article currently has 1,509 up votes and almost 1,933 comments.
For a month now, I have systematically been submitting White Nationalist content to Reddit, Delicious, Digg, Twitter, and Facebook. Every article that has been posted here since late May has been posted to Reddit. We’ve also been posting content from related sites like Occidental Observer, TOQ Online, and Alternative Right.
Quietly, we have also been down voting some of the worst liberal submissions. Most threads only get a few up votes. It is easy for a group of us to go into a new liberal thread and knock it down before it gets traction.
I would prefer not to operate this way. Unfortunately, that’s the way Reddit works.
The Moonbat hordes mindlessly down vote every submission they ideologically disagree with. I can despise Tim Wise, but grant that his arguments are more sophisticated than the standard fare on the anti-racist side of the political spectrum.
Stereotypes are often true. Moonbats are the spitting image of everything they can accuse their opponents of being:
1.) The engage in mindless group think.
2.) They are bigoted, hateful, and prejudiced.
3.) They are intolerant of other perspectives.
4.) They are vulgar and ignorant.
5.) They are unsophisticated.
6.) They lack the intelligence to properly analyze ideas.
The discussions that go on here are far superior in original insight and analysis. In contrast, I can point to the threads where the Redditors show up. There is always a decline in the length, civility, and discernment of submissions.
We’re going to keep coming at them. This latest thread shows how much we are already getting under their skin.