Media discipline

Andrew Torba of Gab has it.

CNN reached out and was incredibly rude and unprofessional.

We simply let them know that it is our policy to record all phone interviews.

They then backed out and claimed they had to speak with the editor about it, skipped a 2nd call to discuss, and acted very unprofessionally.

As does Tila Tequila :

Msm keeps on contacting me for interviews about my Roman salute. I should tell them all to suck my nuts, faggots!

They are not your friend. They do not want to let you tell their story. They want you to play the part of the sacrificial victim of their pre-established narrative.

Figure out a policy that works for you. Then stick with it. Mine is straightforward enough:

  1. I only do TV/video with Stefan Molyneux. Otherwise, no TV/video.
  2. I only do radio shows with friendly hosts. As a general rule, no podcasts except as the occasional favor to someone on our side.
  3. Written interviews only. No telephone calls or in-person interviews.
Yes, I’ve done other things in the past. I learned what worked and what didn’t work. That’s how I developed this policy. The best way to reach people is to build your own platform, slowly and steadily. Then help others build theirs.

UPDATE: From Twitter: We now have the endgame of that media manipulation @Cernovich was mentioning. Thanks Spencer

President-elect Donald Trump disavowed an alt-right conference in Washington, D.C. over the weekend led by Richard Spencer that celebrated the election of Donald Trump.
Asked directly about the event that was widely covered by the mainstream media, Trump replied, “I condemn them. I disavow, and I condemn.”

Trump denied that he had energized the alt-right, but again disavowed the movement.

“I don’t want to energize the group, and I disavow the group,” Trump said. “It’s not a group I want to energize. And if they are energized I want to look into it and find out why.”

Optics matter. As I said, Richard is on a path to become the next David Duke, trotted out every time the media wants to discredit a Republican.

It makes no difference at all in the grand scheme of things, of course. The reason the Alt-Right is on the rise is not due to approval by maverick politicians, or because corrupt establishment figures denounce it, but as a result of the historical trends identified by Structural Demographic Theory, which is to say, elite overproduction, popular immiseration, immigration, and the fiscal crisis of the state. Both the God-Emperor’s ascendancy and the Alt-Right are what appear to be inevitable consequences of these things; his approval or disapproval of us is as irrelevant as our approval or disapproval of him.

UPDATE: In fairness to Richard, he’s already claimed a Politico scalp:

National editor at Politico Michael Hirsh resigned after publishing the home addresses of alt-right figurehead Richard Spencer Tuesday morning and advocating for serious violence.

Hey, maybe we should adopt a new slogan. How about… Democrats are the REAL Nazis. That should totally work.