Like any good citizen of the Alt-Right, I’ll sometimes defend my fellow thought-criminals online. Sometimes accusations against them may be true.
One such possible case was leveled against a well-known conservative thinker, who will remain anonymous. The accusation was that he had created bogus YouTube accounts, and used them to support his own videos in comments, and probably to increase his thumbs-up and traffic. In one case, he (allegedly) had done so, and forgotten to change the name on the account, leading to his being caught. I tried contacting the accused, to get his take on it, but so far I haven’t gotten a reply.
Needless to say, this is not an honest practice, and it’s not something I would do. But does this mean we SHOULDN’T do it?
Even though I wouldn’t engage in such practices, because it goes against my nature, nevertheless, I see nothing wrong with it – as long as we don’t get caught.
A good analogy is two boxers, one of whom flagrantly ignores the rules, and hits below the belt. If the other boxer insists on obeying the rules, even though his opponent does not, it will put him at a great disadvantage; he’s likely to lose the match.
This is the scenario we have now with our enemies on the Left. They encourage voter fraud, they’re allowed to deface public property with their messages, even to the point of public officials giving their blessings to such graffiti. They’ve got the Corporate Media in their pockets, so that their own misdeeds often go under the radar, while ours are highlighted for all to see. They’ve moved the Overton Window so far to their side that even Trump (who is supposedly “racist” and a “white-supremacist”) felt it necessary to remove a tweet, because it included a man saying “white power.”
Here’s a mural I found recently in Portland. How long do you think it would stay up if somebody had painted “White Pride” along with “Black Love” and “Brown Pride?”
There is too much at stake for us to abide by the rules, and avoid playing dirty, when those who seek to destroy our civilization are given free reign.
So, if you want to create fake YouTube accounts, and use them to bolster your truthful message, I say go for it! Just don’t get caught.