Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
My Alt-Right readers are angry with me because in the last few days, I haven’t written any articles that make them happy. And that’s exactly what it means to observe.
I’ve seen far left writers go off kilter writing hit pieces on Trump since the November elections. And I’ve seen the mirroring fanaticism of the far right, fighting what they presume to be their collective jihad against the oppressive blanket media.
Those two things above are two sides of the same coin. It’s inneficient journalism.
Both sides claim that they are gaining more followers each day, yet the next day, they accuse each other of sabotage, and subterfuge.
MSNBC brings on FBI employees to speak as if they’re civillian commentators. Alt-right forums are being infested daily with fake account political commentators.
Readers, whether you identify yourself as alt-right or other, nothing excites your brain more than reading articles that are not duplicates of what, another person or a multitude of paid focus groups, have prepared for the unwitting public to eat. You observe, and from there you build your own set of arguments to see where you stand.
Also, the Washington Post is subscribed to me. No joke. If I were to write articles that make alt-right readers happy all day, I’d probably get put on a list that is populated by neo-nazi bloggers. I can’t imagine a worse fate than that.
Written ths morning
Written less than 2 hours later.
Alt-right readers, if you like my articles, come back and visit often. Even if you don’t like my articles, keep visiting anyways. Sometimes people’s opinions may align with your own, and at other times they may not. And trust me, the swamp is going to be murky for a very very long time.
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