Update Twitter hated being revealed as haters and whacked @meme_america, on which many of the links below relied. An intelligent person would have recognized this was coming and took screen shots. As it is, you’ll have to take my word for it. The Once, Twice, Thrice had links to pictures with many hundreds of Blue Cheka white hate.
It’s time to ramp up the hate, dear readers. Let’s go pound some flesh!
Once: (You should click one of these links.)
- Locations where black people can easily be killed: farmers markets, used book stores, thrift stores, Genius Bar, Portland #blackgenocidememos
- Jews to concerned with black on Black crime we have to kill more Jews so we can get rid of that phrase
- Kill The Homosexual
- Hey Jews, there’s nothing funny about you thinking you’re cool with black people also those black people are going to kill you soon
- kill de black people! we gwam make dem pa-ay!
- be strong to kill the homosexuals
- Why We Should Kill Transsesuals: Part One
- yes I am racist! I hate Jews!
- I hate black people
- I’m leaving this easter egg here in case I ever get famous: I hate homosexuals.
- RT for obviously I hate lesbians. Obviously.
- So glad missed the grammy”s i hate black people
- the only anxiety I have about Jewish extinction is that it’s not happening faster
- Black people are the worst
- I hate darkness, I hate racists, I hate black people
- Racism against Jews isn’t a thing
- i’m having such a “i hate homosexuals” week.
- Black homosexuals are the worst, tbh
- Oh God. Jews are the worst.
I’d do more, but I can’t remember what comes after thrice.
— Blue Check Watch (@meme_america) August 22, 2018
If you think I’m going to carp about a “double standard”, you’re quite wrong. We’re interested in the phenomenon itself and why it is happening.
Now you’ll have already guessed that each of the original tweets had “whites” or “white people” in place of other groups. What you might not have guessed is that each tweet—each and every one, including the many, many calls to exterminate whites—were from the Blue Cheka. Verified, and therefore blessed, Twitter users. People of some consequence.
What you might not want to admit is that these people are not kidding. Oh, sure, there is an element of vice signaling, to let others know they are properly bad people who hate the only group that is acceptable to hate.
Yes, I do say vice signaling and not virtue signaling. I do say these important people are bad people and not good.
I do say they believe what they say. I also say that the majority of vice signalers won’t do anything about their expressed thoughts. Confronted with a white man, this Microsoft employee, and verified Twitter user, who said “F*** white people” would cower and shrink. (The lady looks white, which makes her tweet odd, but in other tweets she identifies as a Jew, which evidently she believes makes her non-white.) One also imagines this lady’s boss, who if he is white, would respond by running for cover or turning a blind eye.
The socially brave young man and CNN employee who said “abolish white people” would turn tail and scream like a little girl were he to discover the bar he is in is filled with, say, white construction workers. But at CNN he’ll get away with it, because none there can be found to give him the punch in those nose he deserves. (This young man also appears white, but etc.)
The paunchy, soft-all-over writer who said “God, I hate white people” won’t follow through and call for the firing of the whites who are forced to say his words. But then those same whites won’t take this man behind the set and discuss with him the error of his ways. (Again this man also appears white, but etc.)
The ACLU lawyer who said “White people are the worst” won’t—yet—refuse to cash the checks of her white clients. Neither will her white clients refuse to have her service them. (She is also white, but thinks she is a man, which somehow makes her not-white.)
There are lots more examples of this kind of cowardice masking as bravery. Blue Check Watch documented hundreds upon hundreds of them. There are some interesting themes running through, which you can discover for yourself. On unverified Twitter it’s the same story but with more anger.
Now it’s not just vice signalling that’s driving this. Rather it is like a slow-motion mob, where like in a real mob each person draws energy from and goads his neighbor, where each hopes the tipping point is crossed into real violence, where nobody really wants to be the first rock thrower, but all want the rock to be thrown. Once the rock is thrown, though, the mob ignites. Each participant will be able to say he was carried away by the mob, and that his actions weren’t really his own.
Meanwhile, whites are asked to stand by and respect the mob as it gathers strength. Fighting back is racist. Even noticing is racist.
Twitter, of course, must see these conversations as “healthy”, because banning calls for killing whites etc. is rare to non-existent. Which means Twitter, with its white CEO, is happy in its position as mob leader.
You might think this insane. And it is. Mobs are always insane. But it is a special kind of insanity that people long for. They want to let go, release their rationality, and go wild with the tacit permission the mob.