A very poor job

That’s the only way I can describe my ongoing attempts to avoid the media, at least this week. I’ll be going on with Alex Jones today at 1PM Central, and with Jesse Lee Peterson tomorrow. You can probably imagine what Alex and I will be discussing. Please note that these appearances do not mean that I have changed my mind about interviews or that I want to be inundated with podcast requests and so forth.

Anyhow, I discussed the recent banning of Infowars from Youtube and the other social media platforms on, ironically enough, Youtube the other day.

The problem is that a lot of people took the bite from the apple, you know, it was tempting to use the platforms that they offer you. It was tempting to use Twitter because Twitter allowed people like Mike Cernovich and Jack Posobiec and many others to quickly build up audiences much more rapidly than they could do in an organic fashion on their own platforms. So the problem is nobody bothered to do it, everybody wanted to use these platforms that were constructed because they made it easy for you.

Well, guess what, it’s not easy anymore, so what? There’s a lot of us who have been dealing with this stuff for over ten years. If you’re a right-winger who happened to write fiction, you’ve been banned from most publishing houses for about the last 15 years, all right, so none of this is new. I mean, people sometimes ask how come you’re so calm about this, that, and the other thing, and it’s because I’m not surprised by any of this. All of this was inevitable. The moment that they felt that they were sufficiently in control, they were going to act like this, and so you know that the time for taking advantage of playing around and using their platforms is over.