Memetic Warfare

I am a memetic warrior. Another way to say memetic warrior is troll. I go into public spaces (on the internet) and I say things which are out of fashion, but are true (using a sock account). We call these inconvenient truths hatefacts. I’ve decided to create a collection of hatefacts that others can use. You can find them under the hatefacts category.

I have been spending a lot less time writing and analyzing and a lot more time trolling. Why troll? Simply put: Culture is upstream of politics. Or: control the mind, control the body, control the culture, control the polity. Thought precedes action.

We live in momentous times, and things are changing rapidly because we can now use the internet to inject our memes into the culture, and by so doing we change the culture. Dry theory has it’s place. Who cares how many angels can dance on the head of a pin? Not me. Not any more. This is war and we have the truth on our side, so we need to pound the digital pavement and inject our memes. I will post interesting memes under the memes category. All your memes are belong to us! Happy trolling.

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2 thoughts on “Memetic Warfare

  1. “I have been spending a lot less time writing and analyzing and a lot more time trolling. Why troll? Simply put: Culture is upstream of politics. Or: control the mind, control the body, control the culture, control the polity. Thought precedes action.”

    That makes no sense. It seems not only counterproductive, and counter-intuitive towards progress, but just down right degenerate as a behavior to sustain complex modern civilization.
    There is not one example from any cultured sample of online trolls that shows any subtle competency or constructiveness that works socially other than to act like a pack of wolves.

    It seems to me you’ve become some sort of nihilist…

    “I am a memetic warrior. Another way to say memetic warrior is troll. I go into public spaces (on the internet) and I say things which are out of fashion, but are true (using a sock account). We call these inconvenient truths hatefacts ”

    Oh can you list an example? I haven’t seen a single troll say anything right; They typically claim truths that seem to piss people off, note I said claim truths.

    “We live in momentous times, and things are changing rapidly because we can now use the internet to inject our memes into the culture, and by so doing we change the culture. ”

    And that has worked out how? /Pol connecting to help and elect Trump? What else? I don’t see anything real coming from degenerate memetics. Most of the memes are just toxic lumps.

    This is just gutter.

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