Racist right-wing twitter users are continuously terrorizing social media platforms with hate speech, trolling and fake accounts
By Kenny Anthony
For those of us that engage in political debates on twitter, specifically if you speak out against white supremacy, there’s a common and growing trend that you may have noticed. Throughout the past year, there’s been an influx of suspected white supremacists that have created fake accounts for the sole purpose of pretending to be Black online. Their main agenda is to troll Black people, while engaging in time-wasting deflective discussions about race such as the “what about Black on Black crime” narrative.
One of the most obvious ways to spot a suspected white supremacist troll that’s posing as a Black person is by paying close attention to their vernacular. They tend to misuse Ebonics and regurgitate outdated slang words from the 80’s. Also, they frequently choose stereotypical ghetto “Black names” and steal random photos of Black people to use as their profile picture.
If the account has an unbalanced following-to-follower ratio, a low number of tweets, a recent “joined” date of creation underneath their bio, it’s usually a clear indication of a suspected white supremacist troll. These accounts usually have a “republican” political standpoint, “MAGA” symbolism, follow known white supremacists such as Richard Spencer, and openly support Donald Trump.
Self-proclaimed “white nationalist” (which is a code-word for white supremacist), Andrew Anglin, a neo-nazi that only dates East Asian women, also a suspected former pedophile sexpat in the Asiatic Western Pacific Islands (The Philippines), along with being a degenerate terrorist sympathizer and founder of the website Daily Stormer, admitted over a year ago that their “big campaign” was to have Alt-Right white supremacist minions infiltrate twitter with fake accounts.
Andrew considered this as an act of retaliation because he felt “censored” by media outlets for his white supremacist views.
These are the direct instructions that were given to other white supremacists by Andrew Anglin: “Just go on Black Twitter and see what they look like, copy that model. Start filling it with rap videos and booty-shaking or whatever else these blacks post. Read through their posts to get an idea of how they post. You need to be able to post in a manner which is indistinguishable from normal black tweeters.”
He (Andrew), also stated: “Twitter is about to learn what happens when you mess with Republicans.”
Twitter have not responded to a request for comment.
Melanoid people should not feel obligated to engage in the mental gymnastics that suspected white supremacists manifestly and consistently present as valid arguments. Their goal is to keep us focused on trivial and more or less non-existent issues by debating in a non-sequitur argumentative fashion, while those at the top of the white supremacist food chain continue to further their developments & progress with systemic white supremacy.
While we continue to be at war with white supremacy, our number one focus as Melanoid people should be self-preservation by any means necessary. Our advice: Be alert, do not let your children go outdoors unsupervised, connect with like-minded Melanoid people, create international allies, and exercise your Second Amendment.
5 October 2017 12:11 pm