A well known liberal rag journalist, Dara Lind firstname.lastname@example.org from Vox.com decided to attack Illwriteit without doing her due diligence nor any research. Due to the fact that we’re pretty busy investigating possible Child Pornography on King Nobles website, the government employees that had accounts there, working with all the information and pictures we’re pulling off, we really have a limited amount of time addressing the article. So we’ll just address each thing this Liberal rag article says.
Rather than write the truth, liberals would obviously rather hinder an investigation into child pornography, possible government corruption, and listen to people who advocate for the molestation of children as the Vox.com does. Furthermore when you read her article, it labels illwriteit as conservative youtubers while there isn’t a single shred of evidence that we align ourselves with any political party. She makes the same argument that #blacklivesmatter isn’t associated with #FYF911 though there is evidence suggesting they post under the same hashtag, information we merely reposted in our youtube video. Your article and your journalism have just been destroyed. Enjoy some fine evidence, compliments of the I’ll Write It team. Now you know who we are, and if don’t now you will after we put your name and email on King Nobles website.
“A conservative YouTuber posted an edited selection of the audio from King Noble’s video as “#blacklivesmatter #fyf911 Open season on killing whites and cops.” The YouTuber (whose handle is Illwriteit.com) said the audio came from an online radio show affiliated with FYF hosted on blogtalk.com. That appears inaccurate: 2 Raw 4 TV is hosted on blogtalk.com, and King Noble is a frequent guest, but it doesn’t appear to have posted an episode on the day Illwriteit claimed. In any event, the audio is identical to sections of King Noble’s original YouTube video.” – Vox.com
1. We have never aligned ourselves with any political party and can’t help it that Conservatives are generally for the betterment of America, while Liberals are for the destruction of it. If there is evidence that we aligned ourselves with the conservative party please show us where liberal, and no this article doesn’t count, we’re trolling you.
2. Here’s the radio show you claimed didn’t exist liberal, what’s up now?
There is a big, big difference between “some dude on the internet says it’s open season on police” and “the Black Lives Matter movement is planning to attack police officers.” Conservative media outlets vacillate between calling FYF a “splinter group” of Black Lives Matter, and portraying the two as the same (as the phrases “Black Lives Matter attacks” used by the Daily Caller and Raw Story, and “Black Lives Matter 9/11 Anniversary Threat” used by the International Business Times, imply). But they’re insistent on establishing a connection.
1. We are definitely not just some “youtuber” from the internet, but we do know you’re an uneducated liberal journalist that should syndicate your articles onto rolls of toilet paper.
We own this site do we not? We took that from Erica Walker.
We own palmetto stars site do we not?
We own King Nobles Site do we not?
We stopped the #ericsheppardchallenge, the #FUKYOFLAG challenge, and the #FYF911 Challenge, and even exposed child abuse scandals all while you sat behind a keyboard in an air conditioned office playing Candy Crush.
Pretty amazing accomplishments for “Youtubers”. Obviously you have no investigative skills as a journalist since all you had to do was google “Illwriteit” to find out who we were. Should we chalk it up to gross negligence or just laziness? I don’t know why anyone would waste their time reading articles from a liberal that doesn’t even find it worth their time researching on google before writing articles.
The YouTuber claims this means “#blacklivesmatter admits to being affiliated.” And sure, the use of “we” could imply that King Noble considered himself a part of Black Lives Matter, but now thinks black people need to go further. But it’s also possible to read it as a rejection of Black Lives Matter.
We posted under the same hashtags that King Noble posted under on his own website. It’s ironic how you make the argument that #blacklivesmatter isn’t associated with #fyf911 though these screenshots show that, yet Illwriteit is conservative because of which media writes about them. Sounds a bit hypocritical doesn’t it? You sound like one of those people they told me about that call themselves liberals, they think their SH*T doesn’t stink, and they think that their judgement is fine on others while they don’t apply it to themselves.
Oh and here’s “King Noble” posting with the #blacklivesmatter hashtag while making a joke about 9/11.
You also said there was no evidence of the veteran being threatened, so of course we had to include the audio of Carol Sullivan Doxing him live on her show:
The YouTuber who reposted the audio of King Noble’s “open season” remarks prefaces it with a claim that he’s not interested in attacking all African Americans — just people who are willing to practice violence on those who are different. While the narrator is saying this, the screen shows a series of social media posts and profiles from people who call themselves “black supremacists” and make comments about how you can’t be pro-black without being anti-white. (Many of these are jokes about how the only thing that’s both pro-black and pro-white is a zebra.)
Those profiles aren’t calling for violence. But they explain why the YouTuber (and the conservatives and police officers who treated his video as evidence of “Black Lives Matter”-coordinated attacks) are so willing to see King Noble as representative of Black Lives Matter. They think Black Lives Matter is an inherently anti-white slogan and movement, so other activists must agree with King Noble’s goals — whether they agree with his tactics is just haggling over the details.
She says that in the video we are not interested in attacking African Americans but we are interested in attacking people who share different opinions. This is clear evidence of liberals trying to support the racial divide. The video says this, and here’s the video they are talking about to the right. This part starts at 2 minutes exactly, it says the following:
When you’ve had your life threatened for four months while attempting to wake people up to this atrocity in our society, when you receive death threats and calls to your house, threats of having bombs mailed to you and all sorts of other stuff that has happened to my family and I you tend to get proactive. Especially when you then turn on the TV to see reporters and cops being shot, you start to realize you don’t know how much time you have left. If there’s anything I want to say while I still have the chance to say it, if I walk outside my house tomorrow and a black man or woman shoots me I don’t want there to be any racism against African Americans. The people that are doing this in the #blacklivesmatter and #FYF911 movement represent a small portion of African Americans. A majority of African Americans are not like this.
What more proof do you need to see that liberals like racism and welcome the racial divide? You have a guy who’s been threatened while he diligently worked to stop a race war for FOUR months saying, “If one of these people do shoot me I don’t want there to be any racism towards African Americans because a majority aren’t like that…” then some liberal rag journalist turns it into “we advocate violence against people who disagree with us.” If you need more evidence of what liberals think of African Americans, look at some of the Democratic controlled cities like Baltimore or Chicago.
Dara Lind apparently finds Potential Child Pornography, shooting cops, killing whites people, and inciting racism funny:
(Many of these are jokes about how the only thing that’s both pro-black and pro-white is a zebra.) – Dana Lind
Now you know who we are Vox.com, and one more thing:
Since you borderline implied that the veteran working with us lied, attacked us and implied we are idiotic youtubers, we’re going to teach you a lesson. Your name and email are going on King Noble’s website.