#DontBelieveThem

It’s past time for such a hashtag (for those who “do” Twitter, anyway, I not being one of them) to become popular. This tragic incident in France pretty much demands it. #BelieveHer gained popularity without any justification whatsoever, so even in today’s clown world this new hashtag should go viral, since justice still hasn’t been outlawed (yet). Apply it to lying Muzzies, lying Zionists, Marxists, feminists, queers, SJWs of all stripes, politicians, corporate kleptoligarchs, and any other godless rabble that use lying and deceit as weapons and who practice both as easily as they breathe. The ubiquity of the hashtag just MIGHT harness the energies of enough of what is left of the sane world to have soemthing of a positive impact. Expose lies everywhere for what they are.

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Just an ordinary, flawed man grateful for the redemptive blood of Jesus who struggles to extend the forgiveness and understanding to others with which he has been blessed.

4 thoughts on “#DontBelieveThem

  1. I suspect much of the support for hashtags such as BelieveHer is due to women’s natural desire for drama and to encourage other men to “let’s you and him fight”.

    #DontBelieveThem, by contrast, would seek to decrease drama, admitting that outlandish claims and victim posturing are false. I can see calm, thinking people to like or use such a tag. But such people are vastly under-represented on the MSM. I can’t comment on the ratio of nutcases to reasonable people on Twitter, but maybe the hashtag would have some support there, among the reasonable people.

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  2. I suspect much of the support for hashtags such as BelieveHer is due to women’s natural desire for drama and to encourage other men to “let’s you and him fight”.

    ABSOLUTELY. In fact, I would even go so far as to say that such people are what gives a medium like Twitter the life that it has. Drama accounts for most of its traffic. I’ve always said that while humanity in general needs three elements to survive (food, oxygen, and water), the female of our species needs a fourth element: “drama.” I’m convinced that many women would literally die a slow, agonizing death if they had drama removed from their lives. Such a condition would probably soon reduce them to vegetables. Fortunately for them, drama is as immutable an element as gravity.

    I can’t comment on the ratio of nutcases to reasonable people on Twitter, but maybe the hashtag would have some support there, among the reasonable people.

    I think one thing that we can be assured is a certainty is that a woke outlet like Twitter would ban a hashtag like #Dontbelievethem in a microsecond.

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  3. FERRIKER
    You know most of the drama, I bring to women is my mysteriousness like the achilles cowboy played by clint eastwood,I barely tell anybody anything about myself in RL,you know nearly 99% of my extended family, know nothing of my beleifs or especialy my history with dal’&the manosphere, right?Let alone women!But you know about a certain 79 year old(back at the time of publication!) jack luna’s book thats in its 3rd edition right?The one about keeping your private life separate from your public life?I’ve had that book since march,2001 &I have never regretted paying $10 for that knowledge!Twitter,friendster&facebook?Yeah like I’m going to yap like a woman on them!

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    1. Professor, I REALLY need to start paying more attention to your lists! That book by Jack Luna is one that I’ve heard of, but have never read. It’s one of those books that probably very few people paid much serious attention to at the time of its initial publication. But now that technology has given EVERYONE (or almost everyone) an online presence, it’s a book more relevant now than ever. I’m sure Luna’s book contains solid PRACTICAL advice for covering your tracks online. I’m adding it to my (growing) list of “must reads.” I need for days to double to 48 hours just to get everything read and done that’s on my “to-do” list!

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