Something that’s being intentionally lost in the election coverage is a massive cyber espionage campaign that was waged against right-wing platforms yesterday. I’m calling it a cyber attack and not “deplatforming” based on the results. Here’s the data I’m working from:
Note the datestamp on that was Monday, so we can confirm this person made a good prediction.
Bitchute is currently back up, which leads me to believe this was an attack from the outside and not a deplatforming decision from the inside (their service providers). You don’t move that much video content to a backup plan in minutes, no matter how good your plans are.
It’s unlikely that corporate actors would have the wherewithal to carry out this complex of an attack on a social network across several platforms. Again, this looks like a highly organized state intelligence agency engaging in cyber attacks against well-mapped social networks. I can only speculate as to which state government has a sophisticated spytech agency, a grudge against the anti-Semitic right, and the backdoor access to all of these platforms necessary to map out these social networks in such detail that all of their secret chats can be tracked down and eliminated. Maybe it was COMMUNIST CHYNA.
My last data point is that The Right Stuff has gone behind Cloudflare at least as of this morning, possibly earlier. This is the most surprising of all. Cloudflare cucked bigly on The Daily Stormer after Cville, so there are some hard feelings and serious apprehensions Enoch would have needed to get over to make that call. They must have decided the DDoSing was the more urgent and pressing problem and went for the sure thing.
Speaking of The Right Stuff, if any of you people read this blog let this election be a lesson to you to stick to your guns with respect to your predictions. Either trust that you did your superforecasting homework as well as could be done, or keep working on it. There’s no replacement for rigor and this is literally your job now. If you’re giving in to gaslighting you aren’t doing a good job. Unfortunately, I don’t know an easier way to learn rigor on this level other than writing up modern physics lab reports to show how counterintuitive findings are logical and in keeping with data you took yourself. There’s probably an easier way but that’s how I learned it.
If you can’t trust yourself you can’t trust anybody, and then you might as well cut off your dick and get in line for the woodchippers. But you have to earn your own trust, there’s no faking it deep down.