Hoaxing journalist James Fallows of the Atlantic lied about me. When I reported on his media fraud, some people were angry at me. “What’s wrong with white nationalism,” some demanded. A couple of points.
First I’m not a white nationalist. The white nationalists will tell you that as well. I am responsible for myself only, and have no interest in having the actions of others being linked to me. You do you, I’ll do me.
- I’m even not part of the alt-right. I am responsible for what I say and do and not for what anyone else says or does.
Second is to look at the big picture. There is a campaign to have me banned from Twitter, and the only way this will happen is for the hoaxing media to link me to “wrong thinkers.”
Using guilty-by-association tactics, the hoaxing media intends to tie me to unpopular people – to put me into a basket with them.
Some of you might say I shouldn’t care about being banned from Twitter. If you think that, you are too myopic to be reading me. There’s no bravado here. I care about people reading me, I care about having an impact, and being on Twitter is maximum impact for me.
Being banned from Twitter wouldn’t destroy me, as I have other platforms, but it would damage me. In fact I have a lawsuit already drafted in the event Twitter bans me. As I do not violate any of Twitter’s TOS’s, it would be unlawful to ban me.
Some within Twitter know banning me would cause a legal and public relations war, and so they are having others spread hoaxes about me.
Banning Mike Cernovich, journalist is a different story from banning Mike Cernovich, “white nationalist.”
In life you need to know your enemy and know how they think.
Right now I’m in a box with two sides closed in on me, but that leaves me two sides open. I don’t intend to let members of the hoaxing media like James Fallows box me in.
Which is why I am looking into my legal options against The Atlantic as a corporation and against James Fallows personally. If they want to lie about me, then they can see me in court.