According to Wikipedia (actually, WikiPravda), ‘a concern troll is a false-flag pseudonym created by a user whose actual point of view is opposed to the one that the troll claims to hold. The concern troll posts in web forums devoted to its declared point of view and attempts to sway the group’s actions or opinions while claiming to share their goals, but with professed “concerns”. The goal is to sow fear, uncertainty, and doubt within the group often by appealing to outrage culture. This is a particular case of sockpuppeting and safe-baiting’.
There is a possibility that what was said in my previous post by the ‘second Brazilian’ is a tale spined by one of the many trolls that have been infesting this site. But whoever pointed that out to me that possibility is himself a troll!
I’ve never really thought seriously about what commenters say, unless those are comments that are perfectly in line with my National Socialist point of view.
But considering that Adunai fooled me for so long under the sockpuppet of ‘Anti-Natalist’, and now this story of the death of the Brazilian ‘John Martinez’ (the other Brazilian who told us this story hasn’t responded to my emails), I think I must put an end to this.
The case of the Brazilian troll using the pen name of ‘Dr Morales’ is quite interesting. He is obviously a ‘concern troll’ according to the wiki definition above. Both in Adunai’s forum and here he has begged us to dedicate our time to ‘our people’ (as if I were or feel Mexican!). It bothers this Latin American greatly that the focus of our discourse is the Aryan Man.
If I call Latin America the subcontinent of the blue pill, it is precisely because the inferiority complex of the mestizo (or harnizo, or castizo, i.e. guys with some or little Indian blood) is so overwhelming that there are no ‘Neos’ willing to swallow the red pill here. None.
In my Spanish blog we see that even many Spaniards don’t want to swallow it and for the same reasons: having mixed so many centuries with the Carthaginians, Arabs and Jews, the vast majority are now mudbloods.
But back to the subject of this post. Remember that, to avoid such a mess, last December I warned that I was going to close the comments section—which I did, but only for a month and a half.
This time I won’t close it. But for the first time since I started blogging at the end of 2008, I will pay close attention to each comment. Before approving any comment I will check and see if it strictly complies with the sentence that, in dark red, I added yesterday to the sticky post: ‘Only these men will be allowed to comment on this site’.