Robb: Social Violence Networking


Badness proliferation.

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15 responses to “Robb: Social Violence Networking

  1. Nice analysis. Good article thank you.

    “This roiling dynamic for amplifying social violence is very, very dangerous. It has the potential to rip the lid off of this country faster than we can respond.”<—–by design

    When combined with traditional media it becomes a WMD. Lets all pause and reflect that the trad media are WHOLLY complicit in the destruction of this once great nation. Read your Bracken media. You are doing the bidding of dictators.

    • Mark Matis

      Not even REMOTELY. Your GD pigs are doing that bidding. And it’s time for them and their families to pay the price for their treason.

  2. “Social Violence Networking”

    Um, I read the linked and I still don’t know what this is supposed to mean. I too can just make random shit up also as long as I don’t have to explain it.

    “Exploitative Link-Orientated Victimization Syndrome”, of which I am a sufferer.

    • Grey Ghost

      You didn’t understand that article?

      OK, I’ll try to condense it down for you… his premise is that internet social networks (twitter, facebook, etc) are ramping up the violence faster than the system (gov & media) can tamp it down. I think he is probably right.

      Grey Ghost

      • Really? It’s the fault or twitting then? And assbook? Good thing I don’t use those things and I will be unaffected.

        Actually I do understand violence and how the state is or is not able to respond to it, I just didn’t know it was all caused by twitting, which is good news. What I didn’t understand is the silly word play ‘Social Violence Network’. Then again I am a tech guy and may have already had my headspace filled up with idiotic marketspeak for ‘buy my bullshit product’ and TLAs of every kind.

        Twitting is dangerous huh? Someone tell those pre Soviet Russians.

    • Grenadier1

      You didn’t pay attention then. It was perfectly clear. The use of social networks bypasses traditional media and therefore shortcuts the reaction time to public violence.

  3. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  4. Bill Harzia

    We’ve been played like a bitch by the propaganda organs:

    • Jimmy the Saint

      Ok, so maybe he was a gang member. That doesn’t automatically justify him getting dropped by police.

      • Cassandra (of Troy)

        Jimmy the Saint/09July16@13:30,

        First Castile’s an armed robbery suspect & now it’s gang membership, one wonders how long it’ll be until ‘evidence’ about him being involved in pedophilia/kiddie porn/Satanism/cannibalism surfaces.

  5. Bucephalus

    Mostly carried-out on “free” phones and internet services that are paid-for out of FCC universal fees. Interesting how we fund our own difficulties.

    Our fees and taxes pay for their free shit.

    More of this plain English technical information please!

  6. Steve Kristmann

    Yes definitely re-read Bracken, especially in his essay, ‘When The Music Stops – How America’s Cities May Explode In Violence’

    “…The American flash mob riot will exist almost entirely inside the law enforcement OODA (observe, orient, decide, act) loop. In other words, the rioters will have a much quicker reaction time than the police. Until fairly recently, superior police communications meant that they could use their radio networks as a force multiplier. With their networking advantage and cohesive reactions both within a department and among cooperating local agencies, police could act as shepherds guiding or dispersing a wayward stampeding flock.

    Today, the mob has the greater advantage, immediately spreading word of every police preparation by text and Tweet, even in advance of the police movement. Attempts by the authorities to stop the flash mobs by blocking and jamming wireless transmissions will have limited success.

    It is at this point that the situation spirals out of control…”

    Once the innercity zombies decide to go fully openly feral, social media
    via twitter, youtube and other nearly instantaneous related methods
    will definitely be used by the ‘flash mobs’…as Matt predicted. In fact
    they’ve already been used…Detroit, Philly, Boston and other areas are
    examples of this.

    The thing to remember is that members of Freefor can also definitely
    use such as an alternate method of communication too..especially in
    that we want to protect ourselves and our families and friends from
    any threat..whether it’s feral ‘flash mobs’ or the leg breakers from
    the collectivists.

    Yours In Liberty!
    NorthGunner III

  7. Is there anything new here? Remember that slogan from the newspaper era, “If it bleeds, it leads”?

  8. Cassandra (of Troy)

    Re: Facebook

    Lil’ Zuckemz lets the following/similar stay up,:

    while busily removing that which offends his tender sensibilities thus encouraging the following,:

    which then allows the following to be presented to the frightened masses as ‘the moderate position’.:

    A nice, tidy package that should be more effective except for that damned tech/info revolution which has made the bypassing of a MiniTruth Approved Information Outlet® & dissemination of ‘controversial’/’troubling’ info to said masses MUCH too easy. MiniPax’s gotta do something about that PRONTO, can’t have the proles getting their heads full of ‘inconvenient’ ideas about Theh Bettahs® ken weh!