Justice Department Funds Study of Right-Wing Social Media Use

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 1, 2015

We gon lock yo wite ass up, cuz you done did a rassism on dat nigga after you already done did a hatred on he blackazz."
We gon lock yo witeazz up, cuz you done did a rassism on dat nigga after you already done did a hatred on he blackazz.”

The Department of Black Lightening, also known as the da Muffuggen Justiss Crib, also known as the United States Justice Department, Nigga is funding a study into evil racism in the social media.

The study is aimed at combating “violent extremism.” Because as all Black people are aware, there is a serious problem with right-wing White people committing violence in America.

Washington Free Beacon:

The Justice Department’s National Institute of Justice (NIJ) awarded Michigan State University $585,719 for the study, which was praised by Eric Holder, the former attorney general, earlier this year.

There is currently limited knowledge of the role of technology and computer mediated communications (CMCs), such as Facebook and Twitter, in the dissemination of messages that promote extremist agendas and radicalize individuals to violence,” according to the NIJ grant. “The proposed study will address this gap through a series of qualitative and quantitative analyses of posts from various forms of CMC used by members of both the far-right and Islamic extremist movements.”

The study draws more upon right-wing forums than upon the corners of the web inhabited by Islamist extremists.

Yes, of course it is more focused on right-wingers than Moslem terrorists, you just have to throw that Islam bit in there so you look less like a bunch of unhinged megalomaniacs trying to close down all freedoms.

Of course, I could have explained the details of right-wing social media scheming to you all for like half of that half million dollars.  Hell, I would have explained it to you for a 100 grand, straight up.

Because you already paid MSU though, I guess I can just go ahead and explain what we are doing on social media:

We are using memetics to spread ideas including but not limited to:

  • Holocaust denialism
  • Anti-Semitism
  • Racism
  • Anti-immigrationism
  • Anti-homosexualism
  • Anti-globalism
  • Anti-consumerism
  • Anti-feminism
  • Pro-Whitism
  • Gun Rights
  • Pro-masculinism
  • Pro-freedomism

And so on.

We are making these ideas cool and hip – perhaps even awesome 2 the max – by clearly pointing out that the current system is entirely opposed to our agenda and that we represent a radical new way of thinking, a clean break from the system of matriarchal/Jewish oppression that White male teenagers, twenty-somethings and thirty-somethings grew up under.  We are drawing attention to the fact that current groups claiming to be counter-culture are in fact lock-step with the system, pushing all of its ideals.

Our intention is not violent.  Our goal is to force an open dialogue with the Jews, the Blacks, women, homosexuals and any other enemies we may have so that we can use logic and reason to show that we are correct.

The Beacon goes on to describe the idiotic methodology of the study.

“We will collect posts made in four active forums used by members of the far-right and three from the Islamic Extremist community, as well as posts made in Facebook, LiveJournal, Twitter, YouTube, and Pastebin accounts used by members of each movement,” the grant said.

“The findings will be used to document both the prevalence and variation in the ideological content of posts from members of each movement,” the grant continued. “In addition, we will assess the value of these messages in the social status of the individual posting the message and the function of radical messages in the larger on-line identity of participants in extremist communities generally.”

The project will also “identify the hidden networks of individuals who engage in extremist movements based on geographic location and ideological similarities.”

“Identify the hidden networks,” eh? Well guys, none of my networks are hidden.  We tend to be pretty open people, generally.  That is part of the plan.

I sure do hope The Daily Stormer is one of the three far-right sites investigated.  That would give me some major street cred.