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Thursday, July 6, 2017

CNN Blackmails User on Reddit Over Trump Wrestling Video, Threatens to Expose Identity

Source: Stillness in the Storm | foreword by Justin

Anyone who's spent a little time on social media or in the comment sections of various content sites has likely encountered what are known as internet trolls, people who pour venom, hatred, and antagonism into an online discussion or comment thread to stir up trouble. But from the dark and dank corners of the internet, what some are calling virtuous trolls have emerged on the scene. While no one knows for sure where they came from—some claiming to be the progeny of the ancient Egyptian god Kek—they rally to defend the underdogs of the internet, often from baseless attacks on the part of officialdom and their proxies, like the mainstream media.

All kidding aside, there appears to be a growing body of truth inclined people, disgruntled with the status quo, and who are not afraid to use social media and the power of what some call meme-magic to derail obvious propaganda and social engineering platforms.

I've only recently become aware of this phenomenon, which seems to be an organic outgrowth of activism from the "misfits" of society. Apparently, some of these virtuous trolls rally under the banner of Kekistan, a fictional nation-state where those who reject mainstream propaganda and deceptive politics rally to defend the truth in various ways, often with a sardonic trickster archetypal tone.

I don't know for sure if the man who made the CNN Trump video is a self-identifying Kekistani, but he seems to fit the MO.

Another interesting point about this group—of which, I am still learning about—is that the mainstream media is doing everything in their power to label them radical racists and conspiracy theorists.

Somehow, Pepe the frog became their image of choice, which the media began labeling as a symbol of hate speech during the end of 2016, likely because this same group was having a major sway over public opinion. But to be clear, the group doesn't espouse racist ideologies (at least that I've seen), but to question an official narrative makes one subject to attack. Specifically, the idea is that anyone who doesn't believe that white men oppress all other people must be racist—which is venomously ironic given how inherently racist such a viewpoint is. But this is exactly what some so-called progressives believe, which is what the unseen controllers are pushing in the media and at colleges, as was shockingly revealed at the Evergreen University protest last month.

Related "Progressive" College Students Who Promoted Racial Segregation, "NO WHITES DAY," Furious That Video of Their Prejudicial Behavior Went Viral

There's a lot more "awakening" happening out there than we might believe. It's happening in small ways that might not seem noticeable to a more advanced student of the truth. The virtuous trolls have dealt major blows to the propaganda machine of the Cabal, of which, CNN is a major player.

The more outrageous and tyrannical these so-called objective and unbiased news agencies are, the more active the virtuous trolls become.

And how revealing is it that CNN has to resort to blackmail to keep their image maintained? Shouldn't a news organization focus on reporting things objectively as a primary tool for building the business?

- Justin

Source - Zero Hedge

by Tyler Durden, July 5th, 2017

CNN is taking heat for threatening to publish the identity of a private citizen who posted a video lampooning the network.

Redditor 'HanAssholeSolo' is credited as the creator of a clip showing President Trump beating up a man with a CNN logo superimposed over his face, which the President then tweeted on Sunday morning.

#FraudNewsCNN #FNN
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 3:21 PM - 2 Jul 2017

In response, CNN and it's MSM brethren caught the vapors - with pundits accusing the President of inciting violence against journalists. CNN media reporter Brian Stelter tweeted this screed:

CNN statement responding to the president: "We will keep doing our jobs. He should start doing his."
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) 4:32 PM - 2 Jul 2017

While the White House has said the video didn't come from Reddit, CNN's Andrew Kaczynski went on a deep dive, uncovering now-deleted posts from 'HanAssholeSolo' which the network deemed offensive. CNN decided not to publish the the user's personal details, for now, because HanAssholeSolo has 'showed his remorse' for the 'offending posts' and 'ugly behavior' - effectively threatening to expose a private citizen if he doesn't stay in line.


HanAssholeSolo issued an apology on Reddit Tuesday, calling the video a "prank, nothing more."

"The meme was created purely as satire, it was not meant to be a call to violence against CNN or any other news affiliation... ...I had no idea anyone would take it and put sound to it and then have it put up on the President's Twitter feed."

Here's what people thought about that:

— William Craddick (@williamcraddick) 6:18 AM - 5 Jul 2017

@CNN U basically coerce apology & threaten release of identity if something changes? Pretty sure a line is crossed here. #CNNBlackmail …
— Scott Taylor (@Scotttaylorva) 4:57 AM - 5 Jul 2017

Meanwhile, CNN's Andrew Kaczynski has said that people are misinterpreting the article.

This line is being misinterpreted. It was intended only to mean we made no agreement w/the man about his identity. …
— andrew kaczynski 🤔 (@KFILE) 5:18 AM - 5 Jul 2017

Sure Andrew... CNN isn't publishing his name "because he is a private citizen" who "showed remorse," yet you reserve the right to expose his identity if you don't like how he behaves in the future. Sounds like a threat.

How did they find him?

While CNN maintains they were able to link HanAssholeSolo's posts to his Facebook account, a 4chan user claiming to be a CNN insider, suggested that CNN obtained his IP address from his ISP and 'unmasked' him.

Here's how @CNN #CNNBlackmail went down, from insider at @CNNthat spiilled the beans on 4Chan.
— MicroSquatMagic™ (@MicroBlackMagic) 7:57 AM - 5 Jul 2017


CNN's latest blunder follows a devastating week for the network, whose last shred of credibility was destroyed in a blaze of glory by James O'Keefe last week. Reactions to the network's threat to expose (or 'Dox') Redditor HanAssholeSolo have been hilarious... you can see for yourself by searching the hashtag #CNNBlackMail on Twitter.

Donald's happy day #CNNBlackMail
Keep the tweets coming 

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) 9:33 AM - 5 Jul 2017

When Trump goes low CNN goes lower: threatens to dox artist behind "CNN head" video if he makes fun of them again …
— Julian Assange (@JulianAssange) 4:34 AM - 5 Jul 2017

"Let's just publicly threaten to dox some redditor. There's no way this will backfire on us." #cnnblackmail
— Rokfrag Hümelsmitt (@RicinGravy) 9:06 AM - 5 Jul 2017

CNN after seeing #CNNBlackmail is a top trend
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) 5:56 AM - 5 Jul 2017

— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) 6:09 AM - 5 Jul 2017

Current $TWC stock price is $101.38 which is a current spread of 6% to deal price.

If 4chan is successful against #CNN then discount goes …
— Ed (@DowdEdward) 10:31 AM - 5 Jul 2017

only wish CNN went after violent rioters and antifa looters the way they go after someone who made a comical GIF.
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) 4:13 AM - 5 Jul 2017 · Manhattan, NY

Finally - 4chan has declared WAR

4chan has declared war upon CNN,and soon others will follow Operation:Autism Storm will be the beginning of the next Meme War
— Dirt Man of Kekistan (@yahboiDirtMan) 7:38 AM - 5 Jul 2017

CNN may have triggered a war against Reddit, 4chan, and an army of hackers.
They have NO idea how ugly this could get. #CNNBlackMail
— RockPrincess (@Rockprincess818) 7:20 AM - 5 Jul 2017 · Los Angeles, CA

This should go well for CNN

In summary:

Mon: "GIFs make people want to hurt us!"
Tues: "Apologize or we'll hurt you."#CNNBlackmail
— Razor (@hale_razor) 6:42 AM - 5 Jul 2017

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