This is What Fake News Looks Like: NYT Tries to Silence PizzaGate

The NYT is trying to shame those who are looking into PizzaGate. Somehow, they manage to make sweeping, definitive assertions about the information being “untrue” and calling it “fake news” while completely ignoring the massive pile of evidence that we have uncovered in the last month.

When Mr. Alefantis discovered that his employees were getting similar abusive messages, he looked online to unravel the accusations. He found dozens of made-up articles about Mrs. Clinton kidnapping, molesting and trafficking children in the restaurant’s back rooms. The articles appeared on Facebook and on websites such as The New Nationalist and The Vigilant Citizen, with one headline blaring: “Pizzagate: How 4Chan Uncovered the Sick World of Washington’s Occult Elite.”

None of it was true. While Mr. Alefantis has some prominent Democratic friends in Washington and was a supporter of Mrs. Clinton, he has never met her, does not sell or abuse children, and is not being investigated by law enforcement for any of these claims. He and his 40 employees had unwittingly become real people caught in the middle of a storm of fake news.

Oh, really? Fake news? Apparently that’s the codeword for “all the stuff we don’t want to allow you to say or print or post or even think.”

Alefantis does know Clinton, and Obama. How do I know that? Because both pieces of filth held fundraiser events at Alefantis’ ped0 playground. There’s a photo of Obama playing ping pong AT Alefantis’ establishment with a little boy. So, NYT, spare me the crock of BS about how Alefantis has “never met” Clinton. Alefantis is magically friends with everyone in Clinton’s inner circle, even hosted a fundraiser for her, yet never managed to actually meet Hillary (even though he has even visited the White House)? No. Just, no.

Secondly, the LARGE bulk of evidence in PizzaGate isn’t from some jackwagon sitting on 4chan conjecturing from his mama’s basement while stuffing his face with Cheezy Poofs. It’s from their own emails, their own social media pages, their own promotional materials. Alefantis’ Comet Ping Pong joint had several posters for events at his restaurant that were paintings depicting a child being raped as a group of others stood around and watched. He consistently, constantly, put up photos on his Instagram of children at his restaurant surrounded by imagery, words and symbolism that is well-known to refer to various practices and acts with children. So when the NYT whines that parents are so scandalized that their children’s photos were taken from social media without their permission, perhaps the real question is why they allowed someone to photograph their child taped to a table to begin with, or why they allowed someone to put photos of their infant on their social media page to get commented on by disgusting, perverted creeps, and why they never had a problem with it until someone called it what it was: victimizing, abusive filth.

Somehow, the NYT also refused to mention this particular gem from the Podesta emails (one of many):

We plan to heat the pool, so a swim is a possibility. Bonnie will be Uber Service to transport Ruby, Emerson, and Maeve Luzzatto (11, 9, and almost 7) so you’ll have some further entertainment, and they will be in that pool for sure.

Note that the word “so” is being used to link the phrase “you’ll have further entertainment” with three little girls.  Think about that. Girls, perhaps your own daughters’ ages, in a pool as “entertainment” for the adults.

This article, anonymously written by someone who claims to be a member of the media who is not allowed to cover the story, points out why this is all such a huge deal:

We are told the work on /r/Pizzagate (and other message boards) is illegitimate because people are rushing to conclusions, or because they are being paranoid, or partisan (despite so many of different political complexions provably working together). The subtitle here of course is that the State is solely legitimate to suspect and investigate crimes.

But what if the State itself is, in a systemic way, responsible for said crimes? It wouldn’t be a first; after all, democide (death by government, a word surprisingly absent from conversations) was the first cause of non-natural deaths in the 20th century. Whether one is from the right, left, or center, one cannot deny government is the number one abuser, enslaver and serial-killer in History. We may honestly disagree on the ways to eradicate the phenomenon, or we may regret that fact, but we cannot deny it.

So, if the State itself is committing crimes, it is the people’s sovereign and sacred duty to expose it. Those who understand this truth best tend to become journalists. At least, that’s what drove me to the profession.

Read the whole thing. You need to.

Meanwhile, Herschel at TCJ wraps it all up.

The MSM knows all about this.  They’re ignoring it because it isn’t their find.  Wikileaks released the raw data, and Reddit and 4Chan is performing the hard work of analysis.  The MSM doesn’t like the implications of all of this for their own party, so it cannot be true.  Or if it is, Reddit is rushing to judgment.  Either way, it’s time to go home and drink wine and eat cheese at the nearest political gathering.

The bottom line is this: PizzaGate is real. It is horrifying, it is sickening, and the thought that anyone could turn a blind eye to the systematic, widespread, blatant abuse of innocent children by people who are supposed to ‘represent’ us in government infuriates me at my core. I refuse to even look at the worst of the evidence; the ‘legal’ stuff I’ve seen has been enough to disturb my sleep and my spirit for many nights. Now consider that much of it is what they post in public…one can only imagine the depths of their depravity in private.

There are people on Reddit and 4chan that are wading through some amazingly sick things in order to find truth, risking their own sanity and even freedom. The #GabAnalysts over at are collating, analyzing, factchecking, and disseminating information throughout various networks and groups. Moles in Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and other networks are spreading the finished work and grabbing more raw materials to the horde of people working on connecting dots, verifying pieces, and identifying people involved. The folks on Twitter are having to create new accounts, over and over, since Twitter suspends or even deletes their accounts as they break new information. The amount of collaboration going on is truly unprecedented.

Meanwhile, the controllers are in full damage control mode. They employ conversation control techniques, meant to discredit real information and introduce the false. Trolls and agents of every shape and size run their mouths in the threads, depicting themselves as everything from opponents to integral members of the investigative crowd. Websites are getting taken down and attacked left and right, users who speak out around the internet are being silenced, and it’s been over a month since anyone has heard from Julian Assange of WikiLeaks. The ‘official’ version is that he’s alive and well in the Ecuadorian embassy. The official version is a lie.

Like it or not, whether you see it or not, there is a war going on right now all around you.

The mass digging into PizzaGate, the Clinton Foundation, and their pedo/occult ties may be the single biggest crowdsourced investigation in history, done by people who don’t know each other, will never meet, and may not even agree politically…and all the pathetic New York Times (and others) can do is put up this ridiculous, easily disproven drivel.

That, ladies and gentlemen, is what fake news looks like. Not Reddit’s collaboration threads and 4chan’s wild, chaotic pace. Not Anon’s social link analyses and Gab’s big picture projections. If you want fake news, stick to the people whose living depends on it, because they are nothing but slave whores who will tell you whatever their master tells them to (and they have done just that, if you look at the Podesta emails). If you want the real news, if you want to know what is really doing on in your country, get off Drudge. Get off Fox and CNN and for God’s sake, MSNBC.  Go read reddit and 4chan and 8chan and Gab. That’s where the real journalists are, looking for truth,decoding blockchain transactions, and debunking the BS.

By the way…go read this thread on reddit, which goes line by line, proving the NYT article to be exactly that: BS.

How to Set Up an Information Feed

As you probably figured out from my last post, I read a lot. Aside from the books and manuals and whatnot, I read a ton of different sites. Right now my feeds have 660+ articles in them, and that’s just from today. I’ll read at least 400 of those before bed, and scan the headlines of the rest. I’ve been asked how I stay on top of so many topics, and the answer is simply a well-organized information feed.

Reading is imperative. I HIGHLY recommend that you read as many sites as you possibly can. Get a feed reader and a bookmarking service, and make your time worth something. Even if you’re not the fastest reader, the only way to improve is to do it. By standardizing your flow and process, you can get through a huge amount of information per day, even if you don’t have an hour to just sit and read. I’ll show you one way to do that. This is simply how I do it because it’s what works for me…your mileage may vary.

Keep in mind that this is just the daily read routine. For specialized projects or collection efforts on a specific topic, I use other methods that I’ll discuss at a later time.

Information Feed Sites

I actively use the following sites for the daily grind:

I’ll start with Feedly. This is where I add all of the sites I want to read on a daily basis. I use my phone for this because it’s always with me. I almost never sit down on the desktop and read my feeds; I do it throughout the day on my phone. You’d be surprised to know how much time you actually have to read if you pay attention. I read while my eggs are getting done. I read at the doctor’s office. I read when I’m on hold. When my husband is driving, when I’m in line, when I’m at a standstill in traffic. There are a hundred times throughout the day that you can read an article or two. Try it.

I read about 50 sites per day just in feedly, and as I mentioned, that means at least looking at the headlines of well over 600 articles. Some sites, like Ars Technica, I don’t read every article. Others, like certain security sites, I read religiously. You’ll get a feel for what you’ll always read and what things you’ll skim.

That brings me to an important side note. In feedly (and most other readers) you can organize your feeds into various groups and types. I highly recommend that you take the time to do this. When I have a chunk of time, I’ll simply hit Read All and get one big list of list of everything. When I just have a minute, I will pick just one section to grab, maybe one of the smaller sections, or one of the more important ones that I try to stay on top of. How you choose to set up your feeds is up to you. I organize mine by topic (Intel, Security, Privacy, Politics, Comms, etc).

As long as we’re talking about organizing, let me jump ahead and point out that if you have a reddit account, it is critical to set up your front page to maximize your efficiency while you’re scrolling. I just went into reddit and clicked Edit to the right of the bar, unsubscribed from all the crap, and added in the subreddits I wanted to see. Boom—custom reddit feed. You can also get more into it with these free tools. They’re good if you want to subscribe to discussions, look at videos or images specifically, etc. I just want the data, so I don’t bother. I use the app RedditIsFun on my phone.

Some folks don’t like reddit because it seems like organized chaos; once it’s set up correctly, however, it’s kind of like having a whole bunch of people out finding content for you. They post, you read. I’ll take it.

With that, we’ve arrived at Pocket, a link collector. It’s free and perfectly functional, but I opted for the Premium version (it’s really cheap) because I like the extra features of being able to search through all the links I’ve collected. I use Pocket as a secondary feed reader of sorts. As I scroll through reddit or feedly, if I see something I want to write about or save, I share it to Pocket. The best part is that in Pocket, there are no ads or popups from the sites. Pocket just takes the article you wanted, and gives you the text. The other benefit is that you can assign tags to posts as you collect them. Eventually you have a pretty sizeable collection of information that you can go back to at will, almost like a library. I use it a great deal.

It will take you a bit of time and effort to get things set up and organized, and you’ll probably tweak it over time as you get familiar and want to hone your feeds, but this is a solid place to start.

Gab is a Twitter replacement. In fact, imagine Twitter with a group of solid analysts, absolute freedom, and encouragement to expose, investigate, and crowdsource. It’s currently private, which means the public can’t see your gabs. Once you get in, look for the hashtag #GabAnalysts, and you’ll find a lot of information. And add me, of course! I’m @audax0.

One final word: You can obviously add whatever sources you want, but keep in mind that the quality of your experience largely depends on the quality of your inputs. I have a wide variety of feeds spanning the entire spectrum: conservatives, anarchists, libertarians, straight up liberals, alt-right. That’s in addition to the tech feeds, etc. Don’t give in to the temptation to create your own happy little echo chamber. You won’t learn anything, and you’ll only be furthering your biases. Create your feeds with the purpose of finding truth, not entertaining yourself with what you want to see.

If you’ve got a different way of pulling information on a daily basis, let me know in the comments. It might be better, and then we’ll all learn.