Right now, as I’m typing this, it’s 10:30 PM, Sunday, August 9th. I don’t care if I stay up all night to finish this essay, I’m refusing to let myself go to sleep until it’s done. I want to hold on to how triggered I am right now. I know this sounds like a lot of nerd rage, and because I think a lot of it is nerd rage. I’m getting angry over a the season finale of a TV show. It’s incredibly childish and asinine of me. But I’m an emotionally stunted 21 year old autiste, so bear with me here.
So /r/Coontown is gone. For those of you not in the loop, it was a subreddit dedicated to discussing how generally unpleasant and problematic blacks are. It’s been in the media ever since Tactical Bowlcut did his thing, with the typical whining, moaning and kvetching that liberals tend to do whenever wrongthink starts to become popular. There were allegations of the sub organizing harassment, and rumors that the board specifically wanted that sub gone. I really don’t care about the reason. Plenty of other cool subs that I use are going unmolested, and this isn’t the first time Reddit tried to shut down anti-black discussion. /r/Coontown will be back under a new name before long. Right now there’ll be a brief power struggle within the rest of the “chimpire”, and eventually a new leader will take the stand. I am proud to say that as a /r/Coontown user, I helped coordinate a charity drive to support a victim of black crime. (http://www.gofundme.com/Jessica_Byrnes) I don’t know how much we raised, but it feels good to know that we actually did mobilize to help someone. I also appreciate the traffic to my blog and my buddies at TheRightStuff.biz that /r/Coontown has given us. You guys have been great, and I love you.
But with all of that emotional nonsense out of the way, let’s get to why this is a good-ish thing. Being the autiste that I am, I borrowed a quote from Warhammer 40k to title this article. More specifically, it’s from the last words of Konrad Curze, before being struck down by an assassin sent by his father the Emperor of Mankind. Curze, a traitor to his father, accepted his death because it proved that his own brutal draconian methods of punishment were good enough for the Emperor to embrace. By striking down /r/Coontown, reddit has finally cast aside it’s classical liberalism in favor of a more fascist-oriented system.
Let me once again return to to the wise words of anarcho-capitalist Hans-Hermann Hoppe, emphasis mine:
In a covenant concluded among proprietor and community tenants for the purpose of protecting their private property, no such thing as a right to free (unlimited) speech exists, not even to unlimited speech on one’s own tenant-property. One may say innumerable things and promote almost any idea under the sun, but naturally no one is permitted to advocate ideas contrary to the very purpose of the covenant of preserving and protecting private property, such as democracy and communism. There can be no tolerance toward democrats and communists in a libertarian social order. They will have to be physically separated and expelled from society. Likewise, in a covenant founded for the purpose of protecting family and kin, there can be no tolerance toward those habitually promoting lifestyles incompatible with this goal. They – the advocates of alternative, non-family and kin-centered lifestyles such as, for instance, individual hedonism, parasitism, nature-environment worship, homosexuality, or communism – will have to be physically removed from society, too, if one is to maintain a libertarian order.
In other words, if you wish to maintain an ideal society, you must remove the malcontents and dissidents who object to your ideals. This is a universal principle. The idea of “free speech” does not exist and never will exist. If you do not remove these deviants, they will sabotage and undermine your society and its values.
So if we are to apply Hoppe’s model, what is the goal for Reddit? Paleoconservative Samuel T. Francis calls it “Anarcho-tyranny”, a phrase brought back into circulation in the alternative right by Mencius Moldbug. Anarcho-tyranny is the state where social order is collapsing, yet any attempt to instill order is suppressed. Baltimore would be the most recent example of anarcho-tyranny, where rioters destroyed the city while any effort to physically suppress and subdue them was openly blocked by the city government. Reddit in this case is endorsing Anarcho-tyranny by allowing libertine subreddits like /r/polyamory, /r/cuckold, /r/adultery, /r/askgaybros, /r/blackladies, /r/TheRedPill, and other subreddits devoted to deconstructing and destroying social order by promoting a promiscuous, libertine lifestyle to exist unmolested. Not a single one of these subs as of this posting have been “quarantined” despite them existing to promote material that is obscene and objectively harmful to society as a whole.
So thus, we can conclude that by banning /r/coontown, the public face of the edgysphere on reddit, Hoppe’s theories are indeed right: Reddit has chosen to create a libertine, “socially permissive” environment. In doing so, they have essentially removed anything that advocated an alternative to that while keeping the rest in second-class citizen status. Reddit has proven that free speech is simply counter-productive to building an ideal society. Whether they like it or not, Reddit has agreed with Hans-Hermann Hoppe.
And why should I be upset about that? Yes, I’m a bit unhappy that /r/coontown had to go. Yes, the smug gloating from leftist race-cucks is a little annoying. I’d be lying if I denied that, and I’ve always believed that honesty is important. But I can’t be too mad, because now there is irrefutable proof that the classical liberalism that Reddit was hailed as being the model for simply doesn’t work. As a reactionary, I’ve been vindicated. Reddit administration has embraced my ideology, even if they’re using it to promote the exact opposite of what it was intended for. They’ve embraced the power of the dark side, even if it was to strike down the Sith.
So I for one, am willing to embrace our new reddit overlords. I’m glad that Spez had the balls to put on his jackboots and get rid of /r/coontown. I enjoy communities with heavy-handed, involved authority figures who get rid of undesirables. Spez is carrying on the work of men like George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson in cleaning up his community. Everything Spez has done is essentially what Coontown wanted to do to blacks- flag them as a problematic element that makes society worse, and remove them. However, Spez seems to have taken the “Remove” part a bit further than Coontown, and rather than segregate them has chosen to totally eradicate them.
So ultimately, I see no reason to be upset. In the end, we were vindicated. We’ve won. In fact…
…We did it, Reddit!