Twitter Censors Alt-Right Accounts


Twitter has begun to suspend the accounts of several prominent members of the alternative right movement according to the BBC. Twitter closed the accounts for not conforming to the leftist narrative of social liberation of supposedly oppressed but legally favored in actuality peoples.

Twitter recently instituted a method for reporting “hate speech” and of course the unemployed (or employed in bullshit, do-nothing jobs) social justice warriors of the internet swarmed it like hordes of Deadites. Twitter has done this before by censoring anti-Hillary Clinton content at the whim of the Democratic Party and any mention of how the Orlando shooter was inspired by Islam’s zero tolerance for homosexuals. The social justice warrior’s “activism” was encouraged by the Southern Poverty Law Center, the former civil rights legal advocacy non-profit organization that has become socialist mouth peace, supporter of institutionalized racist policies in affirmative action, and defender of Islamic fundamentalism. The leftists once again wish to destroy the values of their own nation state to retain political power and institute mob rule.

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21 thoughts on “Twitter Censors Alt-Right Accounts”

  1. GGALLIN1776 says:

    “The leftists once again wish to destroy the values of their own nation state to retain political power and institute mob rule”

    Mob rule = order from chaos, they can use a Hegelian dialectic to take power/destroy rights,as was seen after 9/11.the elite & controllers are cut from the same cloth….different words but the same end in mind.

    I think it’s beyond destroying the values, they seek to destroy the nation state itself & turn it into a hyper slave state,the chaos will cut down the numbers & keep the herd manageable. How many times have we heard that we needed a “fundamental transformation” from the left?

  2. True Force of Nature says:

    Good cherry picking example. Are you going to do also a cherry picking work by pointing out the exceptional good music acts out there? Os is not this website about music anymore?

    1. Academic Fucktard says:

      Alt-right plot to censor music coverage out of DMU revealed!

  3. ANUSaanite says:

    Twitter is fucking lame… except for Sam Hyde. In other news Ulcerate is very shitty.

  4. Hræsvelgr says:

    Thanks, David, for this enlightening article about death metal.

  5. Rainer Weikusat says:

    This “The election is over but we won’t accept it!” starts to become a bit tiresome. Nationalism is an ersatz-religion invented in the 19th century as ideological base for general conscription. The latter has been obsolete since the invention of the machine gun in 1883. The former remains useful as technicolor distraction for the so-called masses whenever one seems to be called for. It’s a little better constructed than serious religions as people don’t have to do anything to join it and as it doesn’t expect anything from them except “follow your animal instincts without fear of repercussions” [provided you’re ok with being killed for our benefit. But just like the lottery, there’s a small chance that you might win!].

    Nationalism in practice: Round up all the unemployed, dress them (badly), drill them (superficially), feed them (for a while, also badly), then, force them to run to the German trenches where the Germans will machine-gun them. And they’ll pay for the bullets! Everybody wins!

    1. ??? says:

      We should just like abolish all nations, dude!

      1. Rainer Weikusat says:

        Probably shouldn’t reply to that (?), however: No matter what the perceived problem happens to be, any answer which starts with “We need a revolution and then …” is – at best – going to be unworkable in practice.

    2. Hræsvelgr says:

      You seem to have completely misconstrued the concept of nationalism. Any sane person knows that nationalism doesn’t mean “follow your animal instincts without fear of repercussions”. One of its multiple meanings is “revere and preserve your people and its traditions”, another is “The members of your own state are better than the members of any other state”. (The latter is sometimes also called national chauvinism.)

      Not that any of this has much to do with music, though …

      1. Rainer Weikusat says:

        “Follow your animal instincts without fear of repercussions”, eg, “The shooting had excited us so we went to a brothel” (paraphrase from a book about members of the Freikorps fighting ‘the [German] [so-called] revolution 1919/20’) is someone’s (not mine) description of the practical manifestations. It’s obviously not a tenet like “value your people and their traditions” or, the same repeated with more emphasis, “your people and their traditions are superior to any other people and their traditions”. The basic idea of abusing a generally healthy sentiment like “value your people and their traditions” in order to accomplish something considered useful to whoever presently controls the state, eg, “every citizen of a state is a natural born defender of it” (v. Scharnhorst) is already pretty evident in the chauvinist variant.

        But “my people and their traditions” (and that’s because of the general tearing apart and cobbling it back together again in Germany post-1945 – My father was born in Koenigsberg, the family fled in 1945 losing his father in the process, he was 6 at that time. I’ve never been in the former East Prussia. The mother of my other came from Mecklenburg/ Northern Brandenburg. I used to have some relatives there I saw once in my life as visiting the GDR wasn’t exactly easy – at best my living family, certainly not the people who lived in the place I happened to be born in) have absolutely no relation to what some bunch of politicians and the people behind them currently want.

        1. Picture a normal-ass tabby with a cock the size of a half-bratwurst says:

          Cool story, bro.

  6. Rob says:

    Use Gab instead. They won’t ban Trump supporters.

  7. hot buttered pumpkin says:

    Twitter is fucking gay and this article could use better proofreading. Written by the editor, no less.

    1. I offer my services as Maraat’s personal proof reader.

      1. I'm trying to read my cybernovel says:

        Your enthusiasm is appreciated but you misspelled both ‘proofreading’ and his name in your post.

        1. I don’t check my casual comments for spelling errors, but I did check my contributions to this site, and managed to send them in with perfect spelling and grammar.
          However, they were edited, and so they had errors anyway.

    2. C.M. says:

      Nah, I’m not convinced this is Daniel’s work. The prose smacks of a certain Dimebag Darrel slashfic contest winner… Kambion?

      1. C.M. says:

        D’oh! I’m commenting on the wrong article! Damn smartphone browsers and their confusing capability to open multiple tabs. I think Kambion wrote the MetalCucks piece though.

  8. Morbideathscream says:

    Never bothered getting a twitter account. I can’t say this really surprises me, all those major social media sites are ran by Zionist leftists. They’re all part of the agenda.

  9. Johm says:

    Fucking niggers!

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