Doxing Only Works Once

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Dr. Greg Johnson is the editor-in-chief of Counter-Currents and its journal, North American New Right. Greg is also the author of Confessions of a Reluctant Hater, New Right vs. Old Right, and Truth, Justice, and a Nice White Country.

Greg returns to discuss recent developments in American politics, the Alt-Right, and elsewhere. To begin, we dive into the doxing of Millennial Woes. We consider the reasons why the Left favors doxing. Greg reminds us that they dox us because it works; since our views are so heavily stigmatized, being associated with them carries a social cost. We then discuss the media treatment of Millennial Woes, and how shining such a spotlight on someone speaking the truth can backfire. Later, we talk about “Hailgate”, which leads to a discussion on the effectiveness of trolling versus building real-world networks. This show also explores the recent doxing of Mike Enoch, which raised quite a bit of controversy. Greg tells us why he supports Mike Enoch. (Note: The first interview Mike did after his identity was revealed has been taken down.)

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  1. ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · February 2, 2017

    This is exactly why I prefer remaining faceless with only a variant of my actual name on the web. I am glad I never decided to officially join the Odalist forums, such would have required photo verification, I dislike disclosing such with people who are little more than strangers on a less than secure medium. The aftermath of legitimate doxing is horrendous, being accused by morons who do not grasp what doxing actually entails is also annoying in itself however.

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    • vikinglifeblog · February 2, 2017

      I agree! Also that people who act like your friends today, might be your ememies tomorrow.
      Doxing would not really hurt me, but I can see why others see it as a big problem. Maybe more so, in small societies and countries. Even if doxing is not a problem now, it might be it in the future.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · February 2, 2017

        Too true, highly reserved/smart persons aren’t really susceptible, either one is foolish regarding who they circulate their personal information/photos with or they simply are not taking preventative measures while online – sometimes both.

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  2. wsigma · February 2, 2017

    This was an excellent interview. It would be better frankly, if more of us were more public. Not easy I know, and it’s carries many difficulties and risks in the current world we live in. But the more people are out there, the more rapidly political change will come.

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    • vikinglifeblog · February 2, 2017

      Yes, definitely. You are correct.

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    • ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · February 2, 2017

      He made many good points and thoroughly covered the online portion and it’s limitations i.e. the madhouse troll epidemic, getting a hardcore lawyer to stand ground with a person or group is something I wouldn’t mind backing, in Europe however that may not be a viable option in the U.S. however it still is possibly..

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      • vikinglifeblog · February 2, 2017

        One of many problems in USA, is the two-party system. People like Richard Spencer and David Duke would be leaders of nationlist parties, if they were in Europe. I don`t think, that nationlist parties will change much in Europe as it is now. But they properly have a better fundament/chance to get a food inside.

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