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 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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  1. Clark Kent January 30, 2017 at 3:04 pm

    I’d rather have Malcolm X tell me to my face that I am a white devil than listen to any more of the MSM’s two-faced bullshit.

    1. GoingSane January 30, 2017 at 4:28 pm

      Talk about raising your brand awareness!

    2. Kisse Ellis January 30, 2017 at 5:39 pm

      hahah good point !

    3. vinder January 31, 2017 at 10:25 am

      At least Malcolm X was direct.

    4. Rudi February 1, 2017 at 11:53 am

      Malcolm made an interesting speech just pre expulsion from the Nation of Islam. The “Political chumps” speech hat gets forgotten.

    5. anon1 February 4, 2017 at 1:18 am

      perfectly succinct

  2. temmy9 . January 30, 2017 at 3:47 pm

    Give them *fake* content. Make it support the narrative, but so over the top that no one who is not an SJW could believe it real. Feed them a steady diet of misinformation mixed with truths, then mercilessly troll them when they show they cannot tell the difference between what is real and what is parody.

      1. Better Dead Than Red January 30, 2017 at 8:03 pm

        That one was hilarious!

  3. likeablaze January 30, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    This is only a war in big cities. All the protests are bored city people. It’s NYC & LA consumers vs rural growers and miners. Trump was a revolt & a fuck you to the hate we get from Hollywood, media, gamer & service industry people from the cities, but they still have the most control. Small towns don’t really have a voice outside of personal Facebook and Twitter accounts, Breitbart and Drudge . The pussies of talk radio don’t do shit. All we can do is vote and we did.

    Me and some friends were working on a truck and every single one of us agreed that cities were lost. All we’ve seen are Trump supporters getting shut down and beaten bloody. We haven’t seen Trump supporters fight back or have a real victory.

    All of this is getting hard for us to care about because nobody gives a shit about us and Trump supporters in the cities just keep lining up to get punched in the face and don’t do anything about it.

    1. Kisse Ellis January 30, 2017 at 5:41 pm

      dont believe everything u see.

      Trumps support is larger than you think…even in the cities.

      major media is desperate….why do you think that really is ? its because they know most people agree with Trump generally.

      1. Clark Kent January 30, 2017 at 7:05 pm

        Yet if you visit Facebook you’d think everyone and their dog hates Trump.
        I wonder to what extent Facebook is just a leftist echo chamber,

      2. evilwhitemalempire January 30, 2017 at 7:34 pm

        “I wonder to what extent Facebook is just a leftist echo chamber”
        To the extent they ban users that disagree with leftism?

      3. John Geard January 31, 2017 at 9:52 pm

        YMMV, but most of the echo chambers I see on Facebook consists of single-women and emasculated men virtue signaling. Most men (and married women) have the wherewithal to know it’s not constructive to engage in a discussion with such solipsism–you don’t appease the demands of children when they make tantrums.

        Most of it is attention seeking.

      4. evilwhitemalempire January 30, 2017 at 7:07 pm

        “Trumps support is larger than you think…even in the cities.”
        You are right.
        The people cheered the cops!
        The cities are no yet lost.

      5. Nick February 1, 2017 at 4:37 am

        One of my favorite videos in a while. White Democrats will come around to Trump once the racial hatred of the progressive left becomes abundantly clear to them. If Trump can get 15-20% of minorities it will suffice. Of course immigration has to be dramatically limited and realigned otherwise America is toast in a few generations due to demographics. New immigrants vote 80% Democrat/Socialist.

      6. Lucien February 7, 2017 at 4:15 am

        What is Trump actually *doing* for you, exactly? Beyond being a protest vote?

    2. evilwhitemalempire January 30, 2017 at 7:22 pm

      “Trump supporters in the cities just keep lining up to get punched in the face and don’t do anything about it.”
      Oh, but they want to!
      Trump supporters are just law abiding folks.
      The key is in getting GOP lawmakers to craft laws that can allow Trump supporters to crack skulls on grounds of self defense.
      Perhaps (he he) borrowing language from recent anti male DV legislation.
      A citizen might have the right to use lethal force in the streets IF he or she simply PERCEIVES (from tone of voice and body language) an imminent physical threat to their person (and no reasonable person can deny that SJWs and antifas create just such an atmosphere).
      And with video recording ubiquitous nowadays producing evidence of such a perceived threat is quite easy.
      Couple this with more concealed carry permits and I’d like to see those SJWs try to get in our faces then.
      We now have both the House AND the Senate AND a president willing to sign off on the stuff.

    3. disqus_2015ScorpioWater January 30, 2017 at 8:04 pm

      Its mostly in the big cities where the “protests” are taking place, most people in rural areas where Trump won handily are not protesting.

      1. Nick February 1, 2017 at 4:40 am

        Even a few thousand “protestors” in a place like NYC is a drop in the bucket of a city of nearly 10 million. The mass media uses their megaphone to amplify things as if half the country opposes Trump, but people are seeing through their transparent lies.

      2. disqus_2015ScorpioWater February 1, 2017 at 12:40 pm

        That is true but if you live in a large city, its hard to openly express support for Trump. That is why many conservative celebrities have been quiet about the whole issue. Arnold Schwarzenegger dodged many questions when he was asked if he supported Trump. After Trump won he finally said, that America needs to get behind Trump, but said nothing more.
        People who work in certain industries avoid expressing support for Trump. Especially in the media, healthcare, and even financial industries. Media and healthcare are two industries where liberals completely dominate. Even the large conservative news outlets did not show Trump much love. Most of them said after he won the election to merely accept the results.
        The Telegraph is one of the most conservative papers in the world, it predicted Trump winning and also regularly excoriated Obama as a bad leader. Even it thinks Trump will fail. The Telegraph was the only major newspaper that predicted a Trump victory.
        The way I see Trump succeeding is if jobs come back to America, he creates millions of jobs and gets many out of work people back in to the workforce. Also if he protects America from major terrorist attacks and keeps America out of a major conflict. Otherwise I see him losing in 2020.

      3. Nick February 1, 2017 at 1:40 pm

        It’s an important point, most Trump supporters self-censor, but hopefully they will gain courage in the coming months. Trump will definitely win re-election in 2020. The only way he wouldn’t is if he cucks out on his election promises, which he shows no sign of doing. He may get thwarted in certain things by the Republican cuckservatives, but people will see this and send them their walking papers in the mid-terms.

    4. disqus_2015ScorpioWater February 1, 2017 at 12:51 pm

      Its interesting how Steve Bannon is being smeared as an Anti-Semitic neo Nazi, and that his publication Breitbart is neo Nazi. To give you perspective, Breitbart’s founder Andrew Breitbart was a Jew who went to Hebrew school. So how could Breitbart be an anti-semitic neo Nazi publication? I have read it for a while, and most of the views seem to be traditional conservative. I also saw a speech by Steve Bannon where he talked about Occupy Wall Street and said the political establishment did nothing while Wall Street robbed America, this was in 2011. He was not spewing any racist nonsense in his speech, he was merely remarking about America’s dire financial situation. Also mentioned that his experience working for Goldman Sachs gave him more knowledge on how the American economy works. I really believe the media and elites want to smear Bannon as some racist Nazi because he knows a lot about how Wall Street screwed middle America over the years.

    5. Jesus Tribune February 4, 2017 at 10:17 am

      The problem is the left still controls the media. We aren’t going to be able to drain that swamp so the only thing left to do is to create our own media. Christians need control over the content that is broadcasted out to the people so we can return America back to a time when this was still a Christian nation.

      Just having Fox News isn’t enough. We need to be producing films that support the tenets of Christianity and what America is really about: liberty, freedom, good values, the family structure, etc.

  4. evilwhitemalempire January 30, 2017 at 6:57 pm

    Without lamestream media the left is nothing.
    Common sense would rapidly return to public discourse in it’s absence.
    If Trump spent the next four years doing nothing but devoting his time to destroying it that would be time well spent.
    Everything on the Trump agenda: the wall, deporting thugs, repeal & replace Obmacare, even fixing the VA should really all take second place in priority.
    It’s that important.

    1. lololololololol February 2, 2017 at 9:12 pm

      “Without lamestream media the left is nothing.”

      Not quite. Even without the media, the left would still control the indoctrination complex: primary through tertiary “education.”

      Nasty, barren leftists reproduce memetically. The right needs to de-legitimize, remove and replace their reeking nests (…with homeschool, apprenticeships, self-directed learning, vocational training, third-party skills attestation, and whatever else produces functional independent human beings and not feral safe-space snowflakes).

      Sorry! School’s out forever, toots.

      1. me February 4, 2017 at 11:53 am


  5. Charliedelto January 30, 2017 at 7:44 pm

    That was a very honest admission you made about damage done to masculinity because of your attempt to ‘get the word out’. No doubt there is some truth but I’m not sure the ‘simpletons’ changed the way they voted, lived or married based your persecution at the hands of the media, but we have. I’m not so sure the MSM’s avalanche of outrage is truly turning republicans into democrats. I think there is strategy is forcing the enemy to fight many meaningless battles against an elusive foe so long as those battles make life long enemies for the MSM. It is essential that you are not destroyed along the way. Think Pancho Villa from 48 Laws of Power.

  6. disqus_2015ScorpioWater January 30, 2017 at 8:03 pm

    The media has gone into hyperdrive since Donald Trump issued an executive order barring the entrance of people from 7 different mostly Muslim nations from entering the USA. The media conveniently ignores that his predecessor did the same thing, not only that he launched military air strikes against 5 of the 7 countries that Trump place on a list.
    The same media also seems to be putting George W Bush into a new perspective. While Bush was in power, the media painted Bush as a fascist, but now with Trump in power, the media is changing their view of Bush. Rather hypocritical of the media.
    The media has also been the biggest instigator of xenophobia and racism in modern society. Pretty much they are two faced in their alleged concerns for refugees, 15 years ago, the media was pumping pro war propaganda out on the airwaves. It was the media that convinced millions of Americans that Iraq posed a threat to the United States after 9-11. The Iraq war and other regime changes have contributed to the refugee crisis we have today. In the pursuit of bringing democracy, the only result has been chaos and destruction. The media fails to mention to the masses how this situation has developed over the years. Peopel have very short attention spans.

  7. James January 30, 2017 at 8:23 pm

    Don’t feel too bad if you think you made a mistake giving interviews and becoming high profile. Smart people make mistakes but learn from them. I learned from years of being an active member of the John Birch Society that trying to have an intelligent discussion with the typical member of the general public was usually a waste time, It can only be worse trying to get your word out through the filters of the lie-stream media. When you encounter someone who has a curious mind and is open minded that is who deserves one on one personal attention. Forget the masses, they don’t matter in the intellectual sense anyway because they will just go along to get along with whoever seems to be in charge.

  8. evilwhitemalempire January 30, 2017 at 9:07 pm

    “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”
    But at (this) point what does any of that matter?
    Does anybody here honestly think that there are people out there that don’t already have a dog in this fight one way or another?
    What mass of fence sitters that have been living under a rock the past 10+ years (and who can be quickly turned into either rabid SJWs or Alt righters depending on who gets to them first) are there yet to win over?
    The Red Pill is no longer a wake up call.
    It’s now about beating the slave drums across the land.

  9. Burner Prime January 30, 2017 at 9:24 pm

    This is good stuff and shows “red-pilled” honest self-reflection on past strategies that may not have worked as expected. It also demostrates situational awareness of what we all face (I also need to stop being a media junkie). Humans never evolved in such a rapid, shifting-information environment. We can become reactive without having processed the info yet. And almost all info is fed to us by some other source – some organization we don’t know at all and whose trust isn’t fully warranted.

  10. Demography is Destiny January 30, 2017 at 10:59 pm

    Good approach, but Roosh is leaving out the most important step: Attack them over social media, the emerging fifth estate, and generally use the means which is web 2.0 offering to unmask them.

    For example, Wikipedia is a very powerful platform where fake news reporting, falling circulation and blatant bias can be recorded – for both entire news venues and single journalists.

    However, one needs to familiarize oneself with the rules beforehand: Stay neutral, use reliable sources and let the facts speak.

  11. vinder January 31, 2017 at 10:27 am

    It’s ironic how the mainstream media claims to care about Syrians and Iraqis when just a few years back they were frothing at the mouth pontificating to Americans about how crucial it was to bomb these countries.

  12. Thedude3445 January 31, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    Whew. I didn’t realize how far-gone outside the realm of reality the alt-right has become. The implication that Breitbart of Infowars being currently trustworthy is hilarious. Democrats were the ones complaining about the media constantly fifteen years ago, but I guess people’s memory only lasts about 4 years nowadays.

    1. Blinko23 February 1, 2017 at 12:33 am

      Infowars is a million times more trustworthy than anything coming from the MSM and was a major force in getting Trump elected. They are now in the process of setting up a Washington bureau and Trump will be giving them White House press briefing credentials (would be funny if Trump rescinded CNN’s at the same time).

      And yes, I know, Infowars sometimes goes way over the top with Alex’s ranting and raving and overstatements. But so what. That’s part of the fun. And besides, with any news source you need to do your own research to ascertain just how accurate that source is. In my estimation, Infowars is 85% bang on, after following them for 15 years now, while the MSM is at best 30% truthful (if that).

      1. Nick February 1, 2017 at 4:44 am

        Right, even if InfoWars is over the top at times it’s more useful as part of an alternative mix of news sources than CNN or the NYT, I usually just close the tab or try not to click in the first place if it’s one of those, WaPo too.

      2. Thedude3445 February 1, 2017 at 12:43 pm

        InfoWars is headed by Alex Jones, who is a 9/11 Truther and believes Sandy Hook was a false flag attack to take away all the guns (which of course never happened). I cannot trust a single word out of the mouth of anyone directly associated with him because he is a vile human being.

      3. Blinko23 February 2, 2017 at 12:19 pm

        Sorry dude, then you are a fool and you need to open your eyes.

        9/11 Was An Inside Job
        Sandy Hoax was a false flag using crisis actors

        You live in the matrix. Take the red pill and deal with it.

        Truth is stranger than fiction.

      4. Thedude3445 February 2, 2017 at 1:31 pm

        I believe that The Matrix was a film trilogy written and directed by two transgender women about an army of mostly people of color fighting against an oppressive system that wants to keep them in a status quo, so using it as a comparison for right-wing conspiracy theories probably doesn’t thematically fit.

        If 9/11 was an inside job, then you would be afraid of our government back then, afraid that they will kill tens of thousands of people to start a war. But if you are afraid of the Bush Administration, then what do you think about the Trump Administration, whose government is made up of mostly the same people? A Homeland Security advisor to Bush, Tom Bossert, is now a security advisor to Trump. Does this not terrify you, then?

        Sandy Hook resulted in absolutely zero, none, zilch, zero gun legislation whatsoever. If the terrorist massacre was faked to take away guns, then why were no guns taken away?

        When people make references to The Matrix and red pills, they usually say it to imply that the people that they don’t agree with are sheep, too stupid to see the truth. But I think differently– I think people who use this comparison are afraid. Afraid that these ideas in their head, spouted off by people whose ideologies they agree with, are actually lies made up to manipulate them. Afraid that reality isn’t as exciting, isn’t as deadly as they want to believe, that the government is so inept that they couldn’t pull off a conspiracy theory if they tried. So they place that fear into a metaphor, and act like everyone else but them is simply wrong, that the facts are wrong, that everything has been cleverly arranged to appear like everyone thinks it does. It’s a more exciting reality. But it’s a lot more sad, and a lot more fake.

      5. Ethos February 2, 2017 at 9:25 pm

        Yes, Secret Prince, we all recognize your glory.

        I think only the great Vox Day could truly appreciate your special insights. Why don’t you go enlighten him?

        (All persons in the Trump Admin are Bushite Neocohns. Post-Sandy Hook politicking didn’t result in an unprecedented wave of electoral push-back. Everyone, except your highness, is, indeed, a benighted simpleton.)

      6. Thedude3445 February 2, 2017 at 9:55 pm


        I’m not smart by any stretch of the imagination. Millions of people are much smarter than me. I’m not saying anyone is stupid or a simpleton either. I never said any of that. I did, however, say that people who believe in these conspiracy theories are lacking in basic facts and completely deluding themselves, usually due to people like Milo Yiannopolous or, of course, Vox Day, who make a living off lying to vulnerable individuals and making them angry.(I used to like Milo, but I don’t know if that’s because I was naive or if he got worse over time)

        Not all officials in the Trump Administration are directly from the Bush era, but a huge number of top advisors and lower-level organization members are direct carryovers from that time. The Sandy Hook massacre was committed in late 2012, AFTER elections. The next major elections would not be until November 2014, long after the shooting faded into the public memory and ceased to be any sort of issue. These are not opinions.

        I don’t know why you seem to be implying I have some sort of sense of superiority. I haven’t insulted anyone, I’ve only insulted absurd beliefs that generally people outside of menninist website comment threads would not even consider.

      7. Thedude3445 February 12, 2017 at 3:54 am

        Assuming 9/11 was indeed a hoax perpetuated by the US government to start an imperialistic war in Afghanistan and then in Iraq, we have to assume that our country received great benefits as a result. Well, we did have an economic boost in the first few years of the war, but that happens in every war; we could have done that without 9/11. We got the oil in Iraq, kind of, but then we mostly rely on our own oil nowadays and Afghanistan isn’t a big oil producer. We… uh…. got control over two governments…. kind of… Iraq is now in the middle of a civil war with radical jihadists against a weak central government, and Iraqi Kurdistan is effectively an independent nation now. There was no longterm effect on the US economy.
        So the great benefits received by causing 9/11 on purpose were………………….. Oh

      8. Blinko23 February 12, 2017 at 1:25 pm

        A very superficial thinking process you are displaying there…

        But at least you are on the right track by asking, “Cui bono?”

        If you don’t read books, then this web page can at least give you the cliff notes:

      9. disqus_2015ScorpioWater February 1, 2017 at 12:54 pm

        Ever since large corporations starting buying out mainstream news outlets and newspapers, the mainstream media has become the corporate media spinning lies and nonsense. And this process has been going on the last 20 years. Its the reason why alternative media outlets are the future because all the major news networks and papers are propaganda machines similar to that existed in the Soviet Union.

      10. Thedude3445 February 2, 2017 at 9:37 pm

        I want to say you’re wrong, but the initial media support for the second Gulf War was a pretty clear case of the government manipulating the media. But I definitely don’t believe these media are corrupt and actively lying to us: I believe they are obsessed with one thing: $$$$$$$. And they’ll do anything to get it, which included getting Trump elected by constantly talking about him and none of his sixteen primary opponents. I usually expect anything from any major media source (other than the very trusted ones like WSJ) to be pretty biased, depending on the author. I usually tend to look for world news on actual world news sites, like BBC or even Al Jazeera because those tend to be a lot less biased or American-centric when it comes to events like the Syrian War, which the media hardly talks about in the US.

      11. Lucien February 7, 2017 at 4:20 am

        Infowars: “I have it on good authority from credible sources near to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama that they smell like sulfur, because they are literally demons from hell.”

        If you’re this unhinged from reality, you’re in bad shape folks. This is borderline suicide cult behavior.

        Do you really think normal people across America are looking at pictures of Trump’s inauguration being like, “yeah . . . the lamestream media strikes again with their lies about crowd size”?

      12. Blinko23 February 7, 2017 at 12:58 pm

        Here let me fix that quote for you –

        MSM: “We have it on good authority from credible sources near to the President that Iraq has WMDs, so let’s invade – kill hundreds of thousands and displace millions.”

        If you’re this unhinged from reality, you’re in bad shape folks. This is borderline suicide cult behavior.

        But seriously, Alex Jones has been on the air 4 hours a day, 6 days a week for 21 years. In all those decades of ranting and raving, I have no doubt you can cherry pick a handful of truly loopy, off-the-cuff statements. But so what. Why don’t you play that same game with the MSM? If you did so honestly, you will find way more insane and and downright evil misrepresentations that leads to things like – WAR!

        So I’ll say it again – Infowars may not be perfect but they deliver several orders of magnitude more truth per minute than anything you will find in the MSM.

  13. i586 February 2, 2017 at 3:49 pm

    The MSM still rakes in much of its revenue from newspapers and magazines. While most ROK readers probably don’t buy newspapers or magazines, you may still have older relatives who still buy the print version. You should encourage them to use the online version instead, as long as it is free.
    Also, people should give up their pay TV and switch to free alternatives.

  14. miseshayekrothbard February 7, 2017 at 1:32 am

    Im not sure I agree that your press turned potentials off. I think you got more exposure to those who might not have heard about you otherwise.