Saying “In Minecraft” After Incitement or Threats Doesn’t Keep Feds from Showing Up at Your Door, You Fucking Retards

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 11, 2018

Being the leader of the internet neon-nazis is often very much like being a babysitter.

“Fedposting” is a term which refers to violence-threatening or violence-inciting internet statements which would either:

  1. Be made by feds in order to encourage others to make similar statements or engage in acts of real violence, or
  2. Result in the poster of the statement being visited by the feds and/or potentially investigated or prosecuted

There is a standard regarding calls for violence that is determined by a Supreme Court case called Brandenburg v. Ohio, which states that in order to violate the First Amendment, your speech has to:

  1. Be “directed at inciting or producing imminent lawless action”
  2. Be “likely to incite or produce such action”

And then of course, any direct threat is always illegal: “I’m going to do [act of violence] to [specific individual or group of specific individuals].”

However in practice, especially when you are a neon-nazi, you can get hassled and even charged with something for not crossing these line. Violent statements which do not cross that line can also be collected and used against you to build a case on you for something else.

Generally, you want to be at least two steps away from Brandenberg v. Ohio in any statements you make on the internet.

I have always remained within the law in all of my speech, and have never even been accused of violating any laws by the lying Jewish media. They have attempted to try to create new laws specifically to address my speech, but that hasn’t worked out thus far. Anyway, that relates to vague notions of “harassment” (read: making fun of someone), not any kinds of violent threats or incitement to violence, which is what we are talking about right now.

Are You Fucking Retarded?

Over the last couple months, a new gay meme has emerged, wherein people make a statement that would be illegal or borderline illegal, and follow it with “in Minecraft” or “you know, in Minecraft.”

This is the equivalent of saying “lol jk” – which does not work. This is not some kind of legal trick you are doing here, kids.

“Someone should assassinate [public official] on [specific date] – in Minecraft” is still going to get you a knock on the door, and probably further harassment and/or prosecution.

The reason you are never going to get charged for saying “GAS THE KIKES – RACE WAR NOW” is NOT because it is obviously a joke, but because it isn’t illegal to call for genocide or a race war, as long as is not imminent or specific enough to be likely to produce imminent lawless action.

Note that “likely to incite or produce” is not entirely objective, and something can be “directed at” doing something while also being phrased as a joke.

Arguing “I was just joking tho” after being charged with threatening or attempting to incite violence is very difficult in court, no matter what the circumstances, and it is going to be especially difficult when the prosecutor produces hundreds of pages of comments you’ve made explicating your non-joking views on minorities.

Furthermore, even if nothing comes of it, you are probably going to end up doxed, because the feds will get a warrant to subpoena your IP information in order to visit your home and question you, and that is possibly/probably going to turn up in a news report.

AND BY THE WAY: If feds ever show up at your house, don't ever talk to them, ask them for a warrant, if they have one, ask for a lawyer - no matter what the context. But what we're talking about here is ways to not have the feds show up at your house.

Look

This is all so tiresome.

I know you’re angry. I’m angry. We’re all angry. But you or the website you are posting on getting in trouble because you lack basic self control, or you think you have a legal trick up your sleeve, is a bad thing.

Remember also: just because you’ve gotten away with it before does not mean you will indefinitely. If you make threatening or inciting statements regularly, you could be under investigation without knowing it. Also, sometimes passing comments on a chan board (or that get deleted quickly by a mod) are never going to be noticed. They don’t have infinity resources to read internet comments.

But you are playing with fire with this edgy shit. And it has gotten a lot more dangerous in the last year. There are now government officials who have referred to the “Alt-Right” as a terrorist group.

So please, man: just don’t do it.

And if you get in a chat with a person or people who are doing it, you are right to be suspicious. People who incite imminent violence or make specific threats on the internet get visited by the feds, unless they are feds, or are assets of the feds. That is the way it works. So if you see someone who appears to be getting away with saying things that they should not be legally allowed to get away with saying, you should rightly be suspicious.

I am not trying to be a buzzkill here. I am trying to protect you and all of us. Please be responsible. 

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