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Our Enemies Are Mad That We Aren't The Toothless Rednecks The Media Portrays Us As submitted by EarlPoncho to Identitarian

BAAC 0 points 99 points (+99|-0) ago

Ugh.... "report. report. report." i.e. "I have no valid arguments and can't compete intellectually with my shitty ideas. Maybe mommy (the state, the moderators...) will come along and even the playing field again so we all get participation ribbons? Won't that be grand?" Tossers.

That "Swedish" ass submitted by Prester_John to MeanwhileOnReddit

BAAC 0 points 66 points (+66|-0) ago

Lol. "[deleted] -39 points"

Do you get extra Reddit points for virtue signaling? Just wondering...

This is what "respected journalists" do in the current year... submitted by Troll to whatever

BAAC 0 points 51 points (+51|-0) ago

What the fuck does any of this have to do with Islamophobia? Seriously. She keeps mentioning it, but I don't see the connection.

But, did these people all go to the Kim Jong-un School of Diplomacy...?

a) Pick a fight you can't win. b) Be really loud, obnoxious and offensive. c) Hope for victory.

Wow. I've seen some garbage fires before, but this one takes the cake.

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AgeFluid, the new word for Pedophile. submitted by OhBlindOne to whatever

BAAC 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

Good news! The cure for most of these pedo issues now comes in pill form. (223/556)

Faith Goldy: Refugee Beats Wife with Hockey Stick - More info on him submitted by Rebel_Media_FTW to TheRebelMedia

BAAC 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

It's inevitable that someone is going to say it, so let's just get it out of the way: "Two minutes for high sticking."

Anybody else think that news media is no longer dependable for news? submitted by WhiteRonin to AskVoat

BAAC 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Hmmm... I don't know. It's been that long. Did the press adequately cover the fact that as many as half a million Iraqi children under five died as a result of Clinton's economic embargoes and no-fly zones? (Remember: they hate us for our freedom...) Well, why would they when he got himself a blowjob in the Oval...?

I think there used to be more professionals in the job, so you had more bright spots. There were men and women who were actually prepared to tell truth to power. Those days are done.

The standard up until about 2000 used to be 3 reputable sources for any story. I had tons of stuff killed because I only had 1 source. And I can remember co-workers chasing stories for weeks until we were 100% sure - sitting in a room with 4 or 5 people debating whether we could run something. In retrospect, it was fantastic.

But, at least in our lifetimes, the media has always been the cheerleader for power. Think yellow cake uranium, Gulf of Tonkin... We've been the tools of government for so long I don't think you can point to a line.

If I had to say what finally killed journalism, it wouldn't be an administration or anyone on the left/right. It was social media, plain and simple. It's now about getting it up first and fast, and fuck your sources. Soon after that happened, PR and spin companies figured they could get their messaging out easily and cheaply because the filters were gone. No one had time for the meeting with 4 editors to see if a story was legit. It would take too long to get it up. Journalism died without so much as a whimper.

I remember picking up the phone once when I first started working and the guy said (not bothering to say 'Hello' first...): "I'm suing you. I'm suing your paper. I'm suing your publisher." Great way to start a conversation. But I had taken a shortcut and relied on one source. Never did it again. I think it's so common now, no one would even make that call anymore.