Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
This probably isn’t really worth an entire article on AryanSkynet, but this writer took a lot of grief for suggesting that The Intercept was spreading anti-white propaganda in the Dylann Roof case. I expressed some doubt at the suggestion that Dylann Roof was “jealous” of a Black boy stealing his White girlfriend, thus committing the alleged shootings due to personal sexual issues. I also mentioned that The Intercept was a publication being used to minimize the damage of the Edward Snowden leaks and was likely influenced by the National Security Administration.
For this, of course, I was accused of being a “conspiracy theorist.”
However, my instincts proved correct: today The Intercept is retracting the story about Dylan Roof as has admitted that their reporter, Juan Thompson, “fabricated several quotes in his stories and created fake email accounts that he used to impersonate people.”
The Intercept now acknowledges:
After speaking with two members of Dylann Roof’s family, The Intercept can no longer stand by the premise of this story. Both individuals said that they do not know of a cousin named Scott Roof.
The problems with this story reflect a pattern of misattributed quotes that The Intercept uncovered in stories written by Juan Thompson, a former staff reporter. We apologize to our readers.
What lesson can we learn from this? I’m not sure. Perhaps simply that anti-whites don’t care about truth and will make up fabulous lies in order to defame and discredit white people. That accusing White men, especially, of “sexual jealousy” of non-White men, and suggesting that White women “secretly” desire non-Whites, is a stereotypical racist attack on White people.
That the mainstream news media is not at all above simply making up bullshit if they feel it will promote the agenda they are pushing.
This particular aspect of the story was relatively minor, but it was picked up by international, “mainstream” media, even though the person in question did not even exist – “Scott Roof” was a wholly fabricated character, yet quite “serious” press organizations like the BBC and NBC ran the story without the slightest bit of evidence, investigation, or follow-up.
Once again, we “conspiracy theorists” are proven right and once again we are reminded that lies can last a long time before they are uncovered.