Mike Cernovich writes: The Internet is a dangerous place, according to Jewish journalists who dislike having (((echoes))) places around their names. Yes, grown men are actually outraged that some trolls will put their last names in parentheses to identify them as Jews. People do (((this))) to me, by the way, too.
— Willy Womble (@We1und) June 16, 2016
There are also plenty of pictures of me in ovens, and I’m told “the day of the rope” won’t be kind to me.
Why does the left cry about online harassment while ignoring the real-life harassment we receive?
When I or my friends attempt to hold a meeting or seminar, do you know what happens? People don’t post mean Tweets or call it a (((conference))). Instead they call in bomb threats to the venue. Or they make up lies about the people giving a seminar in order to no-platform us.
When I set up a Gorilla Mindset seminar, this message was sent to the venue owner:
Message: I believe you are hosting a seminar for Mike Cernovich. I thought you should know that he was tweeting today in favor of the shooting at planned parenthood in Colorado. Never want to see another business get tainted by such people.
This is a direct attack on my income and my reputation. Where was the media outrage?
SJWs have called the Los Angeles Police Department on me to attempt to have me Swatted. Where was the hand wringing from those who bravely signal their opposition to (((online trolls))).
The California State Bar has dealt with multiple false accusations against me.
I was falsely accused of threatening a woman who can’t wipe her own bottom with rape.
Where were their think pieces?
Let’s look at the “harassment” issue rationally.
On the one hand, Jewish pundits have people troll them. Guess what, people troll me every day. If you don’t have a thick skin, don’t share your words and ideas with the world.
Meanwhile I have people call the police on me, report me to the State Bar, and lie about me to prevent me from giving mindset seminars. (They always fail and I always give my seminars, which happen worldwide to rave reviews.)
And as far as my friends go, I have it pretty easy.
Vox Day had to hire private security for our happy hour in Paris France, which was covered in Le Monde.
Milo Yiannopoulos had his talk at DePaul university shut down due to violence:
Milo Yiannopoulos’ event at DePaul University had to be cut short Tuesday night after protesters stormed the stage, blew whistles, grabbed the microphone out of the interviewer’s hand, and threatened to punch Yiannopoulos in the face.
Roosh had entire countries ban him from entry after the dishonest media claimed he was holding seminars on how to rape people.
Where was the outrage from the (((mainstream media)))? Where were the “free speech bloggers”?
To the surprise of no one who follows these issues, the people who virtue signal how appalled they are by “online harassment” were silent.
The left doesn’t care about “harassment.”
They are simply looking to silence the right.
While media pundits complain about (((harassment))), I can’t even announce a seminar venue in advance due to the risk that a bomb threat will be called in, canceling my event.
I’ve had to waste time responding to complaints made to the State Bar.
And I had to leave my house for a weekend after a Swatting attempt was made on me.
The left doesn’t care. You won’t read articles in the New York Times disavowing violence from the left.