I'm White and I'm a Nationalist. Truth Is Not Hate. (Wed, Aug 7, 2019)
Here’s Something Creepy: 'Christchurch Call'
The media is promoting something called the “Christchurch Call,” to attack our First Amendment. (Axios) Tech companies are willing to work more closely with law enforcement to fight white nationalist terrorism, but the industry is skeptical of the White House's seriousness on the issue. President Trump called on social media to do better monitoring in the wake of recent mass shootings, but the companies point out the White House still has yet to sign on to recommendations made in the wake of the Christchurch shooting.
Axios says: Trump's speech condemned "white supremacism," but his call to social media companies asked them to detect "mass shooters" rather than pursue any specific group. The question is just how deeply the administration will want social media and law enforcement to go after extremists who support the president and often share his rhetoric.
This Christchurch Call is extremely creepy. They want to take down “violent extremist content” online.
Supporters include a bunch of far-left liberal self-destructive white countries, some Asian countries, and maybe just one African country. Thank God, not America. But American countries have: Amazon, Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft… also European platform Daily Motion, and a European search engine called Qwant.
American companies (and media) have bucked the spirit of the First Amendment, because they’re liberals, so they don’t believe in Free Speech. They believe in being everyone’s mom forcing those bully white males who tell the truth to be “nice.” Thanks to the Trump administration, America has not officially entered into the agreement.
In their reality…
(Drudge) Joaquin Castro Posts Names and Employers Of Trump Donors… EVIL. (Politico) Joaquin Castro, a Democratic congressman from Texas and chairman of the presidential campaign of his twin brother, Julián, fired back on Tuesday after being castigated on social media for tweeting the names and occupations of his constituents who’d maxed out their donations to President Donald Trump. His tweet contained a graphic titled “Who’s funding Trump?” and listed the names of 44 people who purportedly contributed the maximum amount allowed by campaign finance laws. Their occupations, which, like donor names, are public record, were also listed. Close to a dozen of the donors shown are retirees. “Sad to see so many San Antonians as 2019 maximum donors to Donald Trump,” Castro wrote, naming local businesses whose owners were on the list. “Their contributions are fueling a campaign of hate that labels Hispanic immigrants as ‘invaders.’” He tweeted it out Tuesday afternoon.
Congressman Steve Scalise, who was shot in 2017 by a Democrat supporter with Trump Derangement Syndrome, tweeted, “People should not be personally targeted for their political views. Period. This isn’t a game. It’s dangerous, and lives are at stake. I know firsthand.”
But Castro doubled down saying the graphic didn’t contain “private or personal info — no addresses or phone #, etc," he wrote. "It’s publicly reported info printed in newspapers routinely from the @nyt to the @dcexaminer.” He also doubled down on the initial sentiment, saying the Trump campaign “has stoked fear of brown-skinned immigrants.” (What a trash person.) Castro also pointed out that the campaign had used donor money to pay for more than 2,000 ads on Facebook echoing the anti-immigrant language used by the El Paso suspect. “That is truly dangerous for millions.” Castro added.
Caller Log, courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
John from Iowa accuses James of racism for focusing on the statistics of blacks and their disproportionate killing of cops. John wonders why James isn’t talking about the poverty line. James affirms that poverty doesn’t cause violence. Even though John claims to be a republican James remarks on how he seems brainwashed by worldly views. John truly believes that poverty is the root cause of crime and violence.
Richard from Georgia wants people to just be Americans and drop all that other nonsense. James says that this division and hate is in every culture. There are European cultures that are dying. Richard wants America to be stricter with who they let in. James remembers the caller now as “the Bernie supporter”. James urges him to not fall for Bernie.
Nick from St. Louis wants James definition of a white nationalist. James responds that its someone who wants their country to be just white or white majority. White nationalists say true things like the replacement of whites due to them failing to have babies and failing to keep out immigrants who have lots of children. What’s so bad about being a white nationalist asks James? James comments on people believing Jesse and him are Zioist shills.
Charles from Massachusetts calls for advice on his out of wedlock child. James directs him to Jesse for counseling.
Craig from Chicago grew up in the projects and mentions the violence is between blacks. Craig says blacks believe its the whites going around shooting people. James reminds him that it's good vs evil.
Alex from Colorado wants to know why people should vote for Trump after his speech on the shootings. James urges him not to hang on words so much he is still the man for the job. He remembers a friend that won’t let go of the one line in Trump’s SOTU address about “bringing in more immigrants than ever”. He didn’t betray you! We are losing the country and we can’t afford to bail on Trump. Don’t be disloyal to him.
Tony from New York thinks white nationalism is just a white person who loves their country. That's how Jesse sees it according to James.
George from New York wonders if James knows about Trump Derangement Syndrome. He has a friend with a bad case of TDS and wants the cure. You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink… James says be an example because you’ll never convince him. After asking his friend, George’s friend admits the reason he doesn’t like Trump because his bodyguards shunned him one time in public.
Nissan from the Bronx wants to know how James got his Pauly Shore, surfer, stoner accent.
THIS BELOW WILL BE FOR TOMORROW:
People Don’t Think for Themselves.
(Drudge) RESEARCH: Mass Shootings Contagious… (NPR) Scientists say mass shootings usually occur in clusters. Intensive media coverage seems to drive the spread. Researchers have looked at mass killings (in which four or more people are killed), school shootings, and mass shootings (in which at least three were shot).
Researcher Sherry Towers found “evidence of contagion” with “high-profile mass killings” and “school shootings." Criminologist Jillian Peterson pointed out multiple shootings in America were inspired by the Christchurch, NZ, terrorist.
It’s like suicide — Robin Williams killed himself, and there was a 10% spike in suicides in the following months.
REMINDS ME OF THE #METOO movement!
Jillian Peterson interviewed mass shooters in prison and people who knew such perpetrators and has found that these individuals often start out feeling suicidal. "We can show about 80 percent were actively suicidal prior to the shooting," she says. "About half of the school shooters” that one man “studied died by suicide in their attack."
And look at how we’re directed as to what to talk about and think about when we follow the news!