Online hate mobs, usually formed by Gawker writers and social justice bullies like Anil Dash, ruin lives. They get people fired from jobs, and in the case of Justine Sacco, they send mobs of people to threaten women with rape.
I was publicly shamed. I got a full treatment on Gawker’s front page. Some idiots did an MSNBC special on me. Newsweek and other mainstream publications attacked me. What happened? Did I cry? Did I have a nervous breakdown?
I’m still standing and laughing. In fact, my counter-attacks received more views than the attacks on me.
My YouTube challenging Sam Biddle to a charity boxing match – 110,000 views.
My article “apologizing” for my “mean Tweets” – 30,000 views.
My article showing how I played Sam Biddle is the #2 search result for his name – 25,000 views.
My Twitter stats when I am active on Twitter – 17,600,000 impressions a month.
They say it’s wrong to be a poor sport, but whatever. You don’t play by any sporting rules.
I won. I played your game and beat you.
But if you want to play again, you know where to find me.
However, there’s a caveat. You need a big platform. Nobodies like Chris Kluwe try challenging me, but he can’t bring me enough page views to justify an appearance by yours truly.
I can move the needle, even at my own platforms. On a larger platform the ratings would be huge.
If you want a shot at the champ, you gotta set it up in Madison Square Garden.
P.S. I also laid out the blueprint for everyone else.
People are sick and tired of SJWs and their online hate mobs. Do not back down. Do not apologize. Do not quit your job. Stand your ground and fight.
I won and will continue to win.
You can do the same.
Do not apologize.
Do not quit your job. Make your employer fire you if it comes down to it.
Get your message out.
I’m just a regular guy who was tired of bullies like Sam Biddle and Gawker ruining lives.
You don’t have to be the greatest writer in the world to get your message out.
You simply need to take a stand. There are millions of others who will have your back. You are not alone.
Reach out for help. If a hashtag is formed around your name, tens of thousands of anti-bullying advocates will crash it.
P.S. Go Full Gorilla.