It’s become clear to most people that the American media is an anti-American activist institution that exists to benefit a handful of billionaires and their useful idiots. Outside of weather reports and local news announcing how many gangbangers were killed in the ghetto, they do not engage in reporting that is remotely objective. Instead, they force all events of the world through their own narrative grinder to protect their globalist interests. Most Americans already know the media can’t be trusted; the last step is to make them outright irrelevant.
Below are three steps you can take to destroy the establishment media, and it’s likely you have already started.
1. Do not give them content
Being part of a dissident movement that wants to affect societal change will put you on the media’s radar, leading to the assignment of a team of journalists to marginalize your movement’s views. They’ll produce dozens of content pieces that make your movement appear more threatening than Hitler, all while advancing their globohomo agenda. Your movement will be used as a key reason why the media’s agenda is needed (e.g. “Roosh’s ‘pro-rape’ views shows why feminism is so important” or “The alt right’s white supremacy shows why we still have a long way to go towards eliminating hate.”)
The second you have a name for your public dissident movement, and put a “leader” at its forefront, you have graduated to the class of inadvertent useful idiots, even if it wasn’t your intention. While you may appreciate the work I’ve done, its malicious distortion strengthened myths such as “rape culture” and “toxic misogyny” for no concrete benefit except to make me infamous. I can accept that every time I am in the news, I help the enemy, because their false constructions and accusations help their side more than ours.
Worse than participating in a dissident movement for mainstream attention is agreeing to a media interview. If the media ever asks to interview you, and you are an enemy of the establishment, they see you as a useful idiot. They will paint you in a way that promotes the agenda of media owners. Not only that, but you give them free content. You enrich and aid them while receiving the “benefit” of having more readers who hate you.
The media articles written about me has benefited my ego more than the masculine movement I’m a part of, because for every man who finds me because of a media article, 1000 simpletons are inoculated against my ideas and become even firm in their opposition to what we stand for. Such a horrendous conversion rate shows how disingenuous I was when justifying media interviews as a way to “get the word out.” It was a damaging activity, and today I wish I could put the genie back in the bottle to remain relatively unknown and faceless.
2. Don’t give them views
Media sites earn revenue in two ways: advertising and sponsorship from billionaires. You directly aid them when you visit their sites, even if it may be a minuscule contribution of pennies.
It may be hard to admit that you are dependent not just on the media for news of what’s going on, but also for topics of discussion with family, friends, and acquaintances. Most of what human beings converse about concerns their immediate environment, and there is no other efficient means to learn about that than receiving “news” and sharing that news with others.
I could advise men to only read books or digest long-form evergreen content, but we have an innate need to know what is going on right this minute, whether in our social circle, in our city, or elsewhere in the world. The best advice is therefore to rely on news less, and get out of the reactive cycle where you seek out news content to react to and immediately share for the instant dopamine release of breaking a news story to your friends or internet community.
Because I believe it is impossible to stop consuming news entirely, the next best option is to use ad blockers to starve media companies for money. Use sites like Archive.is when you want to share a news article with others.
3. Lower their social status
One of the ways that the media gains trust is through their public-facing reporters and journalists. Many Americans think Anderson Cooper is the most honest man in the country or that Democratic party collaborator Chuck Todd is presenting news based on facts. It falls upon our shoulders to inform them otherwise and share how the media has colluded with the establishment machine to present fake news to the public, and how this collusion misshapes everything they present.
If you don’t have evidence that journalists are colluding with establishment forces, make fun of them. Make them appear as “uncool” salarymen in the eyes of the public. Mock their appearance, their mannerisms, and their weaknesses. Insult their intelligence as teleprompter-reading puppets. Bring to light their privileged, decadent, and amoral lifestyles that puts them out of touch to anyone who lives in but a handful of coastal cities.
Most Americans already know that the media contains at least some bias, but they’ll tune out entirely if they don’t respect those who are presenting the news. For an institution that needs to be esteemed, mockery will cause them the most amount of harm and disdain. Make the public feel ashamed for wanting to get their news from liars, homosexuals, and degenerates.
Gallup research already shows the intense distrust that Americans have for the media. The Trump administration will single-handedly marginalize them at every opportunity it gets, and we can aid in that mission with the above three actions. But what will replace the establishment media once its destroyed? Are you certain that outlets like Infowars and Breitbart are immune to participating in the very same transgressions of pushing their own agenda, massaging the truth, and publishing fake news? I’ll give them a chance, but I know a media outlet that is truthful today can slide into pushing moneyed interests tomorrow.
We must admit that “real news” is an ideal, and that producing any type of news is a costly endeavor that yields great power to the outlets that collectively gain the trust of millions of people. We can destroy the mainstream media, but then we’ll have to keep a close eye on what replaces it. Until then, I’ll play my role and wrecking the current order, but I won’t fully trust what I cannot see, hear, or touch. The only objective news is what I can process with my senses directly, without a journalist or media outlet acting as a filter between me and reality, and that my unquenchable human need for news is the flaw that perpetuates the cycle. My only hope is that I’ll be satisfied with the new order that I help come into power.
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