We Made The Cover of TIME

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 18, 2016



We made the cover of TIME Magazine.

It’s a shame no one reads magazines anymore.

(((Joel Stein))) covers several different types of trolls in his several thousand word piece, but the focus is on Alt-Right trolls – with not-so-subtle suggestions that “something must be done about these goyim,” whether it be through new laws or further censorship.


Joel Stein, untalented super-Jew

You might remember Stein from a now infamous piece he did in the LA Times, entitled “Who Runs Hollywood? C’mon,” where he explained that Hollywood and the rest of the media is run by Jews and anyone who denies it is denying the greatness of Jews. He was attacked by the ADL for this, who claim that “Jews don’t run Hollywood,” but “the people who run Hollywood happen to be Jewish.”

Surprisingly, there is little mention of Jews in this troll article, save in weev’s bit.


Trolling has become the main tool of the alt-right, an Internet-grown reactionary movement that works for men’s rights and against immigration and may have used the computer from Weird Science to fabricate Donald Trump. Not only does Trump share their attitudes, but he’s got mad trolling skills: he doxxed Republican primary opponent Senator Lindsey Graham by giving out his cell-phone number on TV and indirectly got his Twitter followers to attack GOP political strategist Cheri Jacobus so severely that her lawyers sent him a cease-and-desist order.

The alt-right’s favorite insult is to call men who don’t hate feminism “cucks,” as in “cuckold.” Republicans who don’t like Trump are “cuckservatives.” Men who don’t see how feminists are secretly controlling them haven’t “taken the red pill,” a reference to the truth-revealing drug in The Matrix. They derisively call their adversaries “social-justice warriors” and believe that liberal interest groups purposely exploit their weakness to gain pity, which allows them to control the levers of power. Trolling is the alt-right’s version of political activism, and its ranks view any attempt to take it away as a denial of democracy.

In this new culture war, the battle isn’t just over homosexuality, abortion, rap lyrics, drugs or how to greet people at Christmastime. It’s expanded to anything and everything: video games, clothing ads, even remaking a mediocre comedy from the 1980s. In July, trolls who had long been furious that the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters starred four women instead of men harassed the film’s black co-star Leslie Jones so badly on Twitter with racist and sexist threats–including a widely copied photo of her at the film’s premiere that someone splattered semen on–that she considered quitting the service. “I was in my apartment by myself, and I felt trapped,” Jones says.

Because of Jones’ harassment, alt-right leader Milo Yiannopoulos was permanently banned from Twitter.

Oh, weird.

This Jewish journalist is promoting another Jew as the head of the Nazi movement.

I wonder why?

The service said Yiannopoulos, a critic of the new Ghostbusters who called Jones a “black dude” in a tweet, marshaled many of his more than 300,000 followers to harass her. He not only denies this but says being responsible for your fans is a ridiculous standard.

A gay, 31-year-old Brit with frosted hair, Yiannopoulos has been speaking at college campuses on his Dangerous Faggot tour.

“Brit” – no mention of his Jewishness.

I wonder why?

He says trolling is a direct response to being told by the left what not to say and what kinds of video games not to play. “Human nature has a need for mischief. We want to thumb our nose at authority and be individuals,” he says. “Trump might not win this election. I might not turn into the media figure I want to. But the space we’re making for others to be bolder in their speech is some of the most important work being done today. The trolls are the only people telling the truth.”

Except that you are a lying kike, as I have demonstrated explicitly (here also). Among his lies is that we are not “actual bigots,” that we don’t really hate Jews and that we are okay with race-mixing. He basically claims everything we say is just a big joke to piss people off for no reason.


“The leader of the Nazis is a homosexual Jew who is obsessed with Black dick.” -TIME Magazine Jew Joel Stein

Even Matt Lewis admitted that Milo is trying to steal my narrative, kike.

The alt-right was galvanized by Gamergate, a 2014 controversy in which trolls tried to drive critics of misogyny in video games away from their virtual man cave.

Andrew Auernheimer, who calls himself Weev online, is probably the biggest troll in history. He served just over a year in prison for identity fraud and conspiracy. When he was released in 2014, he left the U.S., mostly bouncing around Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Since then he has worked to post anti–Planned Parenthood videos and flooded thousands of university printers in America with instructions to print swastikas–a symbol tattooed on his chest.

No mention of what the flier was advertising.


In fact, The Daily Stormer isn’t mentioned by name at all in this article, which fuels speculation that the Learned Elders of the ADL council has declared a media ban on speaking our name.

Milo, for his part, does not have an ADL council organized against him.

When I asked if I could fly out and interview him, he agreed, though he warned that he “might not be coming ashore for a while, but we can probably pass close enough to land to have you meet us somewhere in the Adriatic or Ionian.” His email signature: “Eternally your servant in the escalation of entropy and eschaton.”

While we planned my trip to “a pretty remote location,” he told me that he no longer does interviews for free and that his rate was two bitcoins (about $1,100) per hour. That’s when one of us started trolling the other, though I’m not sure which:

From: Joel Stein

To: Andrew Auernheimer

I totally understand your position. But TIME, and all the major media outlets, won’t pay people who we interview. There’s a bunch of reasons for that, but I’m sure you know them.

Thanks anyway,


From: Andrew Auernheimer

To: Joel Stein

I find it hilarious that after your people have stolen years of my life at gunpoint and bulldozed my home, you still expect me to work for free in your interests.

You people belong in a f-cking oven.

From: Joel Stein

To: Andrew Auernheimer

For a guy who doesn’t want to be interviewed for free, you’re giving me a lot of good quotes!

In a later blog post about our emails, Weev clarified that TIME is “trying to destroy white civilization” and that we should “open up your Jew wallets and dump out some of the f-cking geld you’ve stolen from us goys, because what other incentive could I possibly have to work with your poisonous publication?” I found it comforting that the rate for a neo-Nazi to compromise his ideology is just two bitcoins.

That doesn’t even make any sense, you cheap-ass Jew rat.

The point is that doing Jew articles are a waste of time. I don’t do interviews either, because basically to go and meet some Jew and talk to him would take nearly an entire day of my life – why would anyone do that for free? I already have my own media outlet, and I have been linked on mainstream Jewish news sites and never gotten a detectable rise in traffic from it.

I have adopted the weev method of telling them to pay me.

(Unless they are Rolling Stone, and agree to put me on the cover in the Bane mask.)

Expressing socially unacceptable views like Weev’s is becoming more socially acceptable.

It is becoming more acceptable by the second.


And there is no point in the future where it could start to become less acceptable.

Feels bad, huh kike?

Sure, just like there are tiny, weird bookstores where you can buy neo-Nazi pamphlets, there are also tiny, weird white-supremacist sites on the web.

The Daily Stormer – the world’s premiere (and most visited) neo-Nazi, Alt-Right and White Supremacist website is neither tiny nor weird, Jew.

But some of the contributors on those sites now go to places like 8chan or 4chan, which have a more diverse crowd of meme creators, gamers, anime lovers and porn enthusiasts. Once accepted there, they move on to Reddit, the ninth most visited site in the U.S., on which users can post links to online articles and comment on them anonymously.

This isn’t really accurate.

This article, generally, is not even close to Buzzfeed quality.

The actual history is that the hivemind of 4chan created modern trolling and neo-Nazism, and that the top Alt-Right sites, this one and TRS, were mainly inspired by 4chan.

When sites are overrun by trolls, they drown out the voices of women, ethnic and religious minorities, gays–anyone who might feel vulnerable. Young people in these groups assume trolling is a normal part of life online and therefore self-censor. An anonymous poll of the writers at TIME found that 80% had avoided discussing a particular topic because they feared the online response. The same percentage consider online harassment a regular part of their jobs. Nearly half the women on staff have considered quitting journalism because of hatred they’ve faced online, although none of the men had. Their comments included “I’ve been raged at with religious slurs, had people track down my parents and call them at home, had my body parts inquired about.” Another wrote, “I’ve had the usual online trolls call me horrible names and say I am biased and stupid and deserve to be raped. I don’t think men realize how normal that is for women on the Internet.”

Hey dumb sluts – you know where there are no trolls?

The kitchen.


It’s also the place where you will feel most rewarded by life. It’s six million times more satisfying than pretending to be a man then being constantly shocked and surprised that everyone is saying you deserve to be raped. .

The alt-right argues that if you can’t handle opprobrium, you should just turn off your computer. But that’s arguing against self-expression, something antithetical to the original values of the Internet.

Trolling is self-expression. Obviously.

So one persons self-expression hurts other people’s feelings so then it is a form of self-expression which goes against other self-expression?

The obvious conclusion of this line of thinking would be that the only people who should be allowed on the internet are people who agree with everyone else on the internet, which I don’t think was one of the original values of the internet.


But even those in the alt-right who claim they are “unf-ckwithable” aren’t really. At some point, everyone, no matter how desensitized by their online experience, is liable to get freaked out by a big enough or cruel enough threat. Still, people have vastly different levels of sensitivity. A white male journalist who covers the Middle East might blow off death threats, but a teenage blogger might not be prepared to be told to kill herself because of her “disgusting acne.”

Troll culture might be affecting the way nontrolls treat one another. A yet-to-be-published study by University of California, Irvine, professor Zeev Kain showed that when people were exposed to reports of good deeds on Facebook, they were 10% more likely to report doing good deeds that day. But the opposite is likely occurring as well. “One can see discourse norms shifting online, and they’re probably linked to behavior norms,” says Susan Benesch, founder of the Dangerous Speech Project and faculty associate at Harvard’s Internet and Society center. “When people think it’s increasingly O.K. to describe a group of people as subhuman or vermin, those same people are likely to think that it’s O.K. to hurt those people.”

You caught us!


When we finally get these gas chambers fired-up, everyone on the internet is going to be like “lol it’s about time roflmao.”

Because they’ve been psychologically reprogrammed by Nazi trolls.

As more trolling occurs, many victims are finding laws insufficient and local police untrained. “Where we run into the problem is the social-media platforms are very hesitant to step on someone’s First Amendment rights,” says Mike Bires, a senior police officer in Southern California who co-founded LawEnforcement.social, a tool for cops to fight on-line crime and use social media to work with their communities. “If they feel like someone’s life is in danger, Twitter and Snapchat are very receptive. But when it comes to someone harassing you online, getting the social-media companies to act can be very frustrating.” Until police are fully caught up, he recommends that victims go to the officer who runs the force’s social-media department.

He is encouraging people to waste police time by calling them when they have hurt feelings?

This isn’t England, you faggot.

In America, it is legal to hurt people’s feelings on the internet.

In 2005, after Emily May co-founded Hollaback!, which posts photos of men who harass women on the street in order to shame them (some might call this trolling), she got a torrent of misogynistic messages. “At first, I thought it was funny. We were making enough impact that these losers were spending their time calling us ‘cunts’ and ‘whores’ and ‘carpet munchers,’” she says. “Long-term exposure to it, though, I found myself not being so active on Twitter and being cautious about what I was saying online. It’s still harassment in public space. It’s just the Internet instead of the street.”


That’s pretty much the end of the Alt-Right related part of the article.

He rambles on and on and on to finish his needed coverstory wordcount.

The whole thing though really just confirms how effective we’ve become – despite his lack of mentioning the Jew issue, we know that’s what it’s about. Why they are whining about trolling, putting it on the cover of TIME.

It’s a build-up for an attempt to shut it down.

And if The Leader doesn’t win, Hillary is going to try to shut it down.

But we shall prevail, whatever comes our way.

The Daily Stormer will live forever.

Good job to all the trolls out there who have made our movement so successful.

And if you’re not active in the trolling community, you should join our bbs and get active.

We be on the job everday, muffugguh.

Here’s Joel Stein’s Twitter, just in case you want to share your thoughts on this article with him.