The Left is actively playing into our hands, turning their side of the debate toxic with violence and anti-American attitudes, thus allowing the Alt Right to rewrite the narrative which underpins civilization.
Like the song says, “Live and let die.” Good riddance to these two; Phil Mason’s line will end with him, and Carl Benjamin will eventually return to the dole.
There’s nothing I love more than getting hate from the left. They say you can judge a man by his enemies, and in my case they’re a bunch of sneaky ethno-masochists who desperately cling to whatever ideologies are deemed fashionable at the moment. Five years ago they were upset by my “sexism”, but now that anti-feminism has become fashionable they’re scrabbling to find something – anything! – else to use as an excuse. Haters gonna hate, after all. But what I find interesting is the sheer volume of hatred I inspire; in the grand scheme of things I’m a small...
Anita Sarkeesian could have been anybody; she’s not the story, anymore than Zoe Quinn was the story of #GamerGate. The story itself is the story.
Scott Cameron’s Understanding #Gamergate is a 14,000 word dissertation explaining the core issues which started Gamergate, the major developments which have proceeded since that time, introductions to the major players, and a framework by which the reader can measure and weigh the arguments of both sides.
I wanted to get my thoughts out there on #GamerGate, as well as to address some concerns regarding The Sarkeesian Effect.
The issue is not whether or not Miss Sarkeesian fabricated anything – the issue is that game journalism, as well as mainstream journalism, took her at face value and never investigated her claims.
The enemies of civilization only argue to create distractions. They have no honesty or integrity to their words, they’re numb to beauty, and whenever possible they resort to underhanded personal attacks. They sow the seeds of discord wherever they go, and when we fight amongst ourselves we’re doing their own work for them.