That’s quite a nasty woman problem you have there.

Emma Lord at Bustle doesn’t want women to suffer in silence, so she is challenging women to speak up about their nasty woman problems.

So, fellow women of the internet: wanna let Trump know exactly what you think of his words, while also helping out other women? Then take the #NastyWomanChallenge by posting what makes you a ~nasty woman~, either by sharing a picture of yourself with the words written on a piece of paper, or sharing a video of yourself saying it out loud. Don’t forget to add the hashtag when you put it on your social media.

Much like the Ice Bucket Challenge of yore, once you post you can challenge three friends to do the same within 24 hours.

In order to get the ball rolling, the women at the Bustle office are sharing their own stories.  First is Frances, who has blood coming from her wherever.  As you can imagine, this took some courage to publicly state.

Another confession comes from Emma, who has a particularly nasty woman problem; She sits on strange men on public transit.

We’ve gotten to the point when men are straight up ignoring transit ads campaigning against manspreadingthe time to nastily plant ourselves in space we deserve is NOW.

Fortunately Emma isn’t one of the heavier women featured in the challenge.  If some of the others were to sit on men it could cause serious injury.

Let no one accuse feminists of all being alike.  While Emma has nasty woman problems that cause her to invade the personal space of strange men on public transit, Gaby’s nasty woman problem involves a hypersensitivity to men on public transit whom she perceives as invading her personal space.

Personal space is just that, yo — PERSONAL. So whether you’re getting inappropriately crowded on public transport or weirdly hovered over by a six-foot-something orange man in a live, television 90-minute debate, you are more than entitled to assert your right to your physical space, loud and proud (and, of course, #nasty).

See Also: The ugly feminist secret weapon.

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  2. SnapperTrx says:

    I nominate each and every woman who posts to this hashtag for the first mission to populate the red planet. Along with them send every man that supports their harpy-ism. Mars could be Earth’s dumping ground for the insanely stupid.

  3. GAHCindy says:

    They truly don’t know how stupid they look. Nobody tell them. I’m pretty sure it’s helping our side.

  4. Mychael says:

    Mmm hmm.

    I hope my boys can find ladies just like these and bring them home to Scott and me one day!

  5. squid_hunt says:

    Like Australia, but without the wallabies. Or oxygen.

  6. Lyn87 says:

    The old “man-spreading” thing again? Apparently these broads (and I use the term “broad” deliberately – the average American woman outweighs me by more than 20 pounds) are unaware just how fat the average American woman is… or how many seats they take up when they create their own “safe zone” using bags, purses, and strollers.

    Don’t look. You’ve been warned.

    And if they want to talk about nasty behavior, let’s talk about 54 million abortions since Roe V Wade, 70% of divorces being initiated by women for trivial reasons, paternity fraud, proxy-violence-by-9-1-1, and ex parte restraining orders… and that’s just for starters.

  7. feeriker says:

    So, fellow women of the internet: wanna let Trump know exactly what you think of his words, while also helping out other women? Then take the #NastyWomanChallenge by posting what makes you a ~nasty woman~, either by sharing a picture of yourself with the words written on a piece of paper, or sharing a video of yourself saying it out loud. Don’t forget to add the hashtag when you put it on your social media.

    Oh yeah, brilliant strategy. Give The Donald all the hard evidence he could ever want to justify saying “See? Didn’t I tell you that they’re all c***ts? And they admit that they’re PROUD of it too!”

    Way to go, “ladies.” /sarc

    Gaby’s nasty woman problem involves a hypersensitivity to men on public transit whom she perceives as invading her personal space.

    Um, sweetie, it’s public transit. The word “public” pretty much nullifies in practice the concept of “personal space” as your feminist mind imagines it.

    So we have a stupid and selfish c**t as well as a nasty one.

  8. feeriker says:

    And if they want to talk about nasty behavior, let’s talk about 54 million abortions since Roe V Wade

    I suppose that if there’s any measure of cold comfort that we can take from that ugly statistic, it is that we’ve been spared the presence amongst us of tens of millions more “nasty women” than there already are.

  9. feeriker says:

    Don’t look. You’ve been warned.

    Amazing that the Progs who are so fixated on the issues of carbon footprint, methane emissions, and world hunger haven’t launched a campaign against these environmentally destructive creatures.

  10. sipcode says:

    feeriker [October 27, 2016 at 1:15 pm]

    And then they are shocked when we call them by their ‘etched in stone’ characteristic : “c**t.”

    “Name-calling” they say. “Ah, no, just identifying your character” I reply.

    Yes, I have identified them [my wife] to their face like that …for it is the only word that describes that aspect of them. Or do they want to go down the ‘bitch’ and ‘witch’ avenue also?, two other very technically applicable words, both scripturally identifiable.

  11. SirHamster says:

    I nominate each and every woman who posts to this hashtag for the first mission to populate the red planet. Along with them send every man that supports their harpy-ism. Mars could be Earth’s dumping ground for the insanely stupid.

    Ugh, but the exponential fuel costs of extra weight …

    Composting them is much simpler.

  12. feeriker says:

    Ugh, but the exponential fuel costs of extra weight …

    Composting them is much simpler.

    Just what has Mars done to deserve to be polluted with the presence of human females?

  13. Hank Flanders says:

    I thought #ShoutYourStatus was the Nasty Woman Challenge.

  14. SirHamster says:

    Just what has Mars done to deserve to be polluted with the presence of human females?

    If we compost them on Earth, we save a lot of money on shipping them to Mars.

    Unless you’re planning to use a Project Orion type rocket.
    http://infogalactic.com/info/Project_Orion_(nuclear_propulsion)

    Then it’s for Science.

  15. Random Angeleno says:

    Just what has Mars done to deserve to be polluted with the presence of human females?
    because there’s no more room on earthly roofs?

  16. SnapperTrx says:

    Ha! I was going to say Australia but figured that was intended for criminals but these people are just dumb.

  17. SnapperTrx says:

    Hashtag #DontFatPlant for big ladies planting their fat butts in 2+ seats on the subway, park benches or planes.

  18. SnapperTrx says:

    “Its people! Soylent green is people!”

  19. craig says:

    Lyn87 says: “Apparently these broads (and I use the term “broad” deliberately – the average American woman outweighs me by more than 20 pounds) are unaware just how fat the average American woman is…”

    Having just spent a week or so in Italy, I concur. There are essentially no American-sized fat women there. Italian women are almost all a pleasing feminine shape, regardless of age or beauty in other respects. I only remember noticing one fat young-ish woman, and the reason I was conscious of it was because she seemed out of place; as I passed her group going the opposite direction in the piazza, I heard her jabbering away in an American English accent. Figures.

  20. Gunner Q says:

    “We’ve gotten to the point when men are straight up ignoring transit ads campaigning against manspreading — the time to nastily plant ourselves in space we deserve is NOW.”

    I love the mental image.

    Nasty Woman: “SHUT YOUR LEGS AND LET ME SIT!”

    Me: “Cool! A girl wants to sit with me! *straighten up, pat seat invitingly* Attention, everybody! I CAN get a girlfriend! See? See? I’m not a loser anymore!”

    She just might leap for the third rail in disgust.

    SnapperTrx @ 12:56 pm:
    “Mars could be Earth’s dumping ground for the insanely stupid.”

    Venus would be better. Women/manginas would consider it a romantic destination while normal men would think about boring numbers like average surface temperature. Plus, the superdense atmosphere creates a slimming effect!

  21. Feminist Hater says:

    I truly am thankful for Trump! This is glorious, I couldn’t have imagined women would be so willing to embrace their true selves and show it so easily. Come on ladies, I haven’t yet nearly seen enough!

    I welcome a Hilary presidency, nothing could be more deserved.

  22. Joel W says:

    So if one of these feminazis sits on a male stranger’s lap, does that mean he can do a pussy grab? Or maybe file sexual assault charges, since she would be contacting someone’s genitals with out permission (imagine the SJWs outrage should a man do that to a woman)?

  23. Feminist Hater says:

    I would pack all those fat arse bitches, except Emma, she can sit on my lap, and load them in a spaceship and launch it towards the Sun. Where their hot air, fat butts, huge egos and nasty personalities could fuel the Sun for another 12 billion years. Making them useful for once in their miserable lives.

  24. Lyn87 says:

    You all realize that this is just “Agree and Amplify,” right?

    “You call us nasty? We’ll show you how nasty we are!”

    They think because A&A works ON them that it also works FOR them. It’s so cute when they try to AMOG.

  25. feeriker says:

    I love the mental image.

    Nasty Woman: “SHUT YOUR LEGS AND LET ME SIT!”

    Me: “Cool! A girl wants to sit with me! *straighten up, pat seat invitingly* Attention, everybody! I CAN get a girlfriend! See? See? I’m not a loser anymore!”

    She just might leap for the third rail in disgust.

    Oh, MAN, the black knighting possibilities here are endless …

  26. Lost Patrol says:

    So, fellow women of the internet:

    First of all, I am disappointed in Emma for triggering the sisterhood to seek safe spaces by use of the term “fellow” women. This is 2016. You just can’t toss around old patriarchal words for boy or man without thinking of the further repercussions.

    Secondly, let us all thank Lyn87 for invoking memories of Herman Melville’s classic tale of the sea.

    Thar she blows! Thar she breaches! Harponeers to the boats!

    Somebody had to say it.

  27. Deaths_Writer says:

    This campaign sounds like someone go their feelings hurt.

  28. Deaths_Writer says:

    go =got

  29. Anon says:

    Venus would be better. Women/manginas would consider it a romantic destination while normal men would think about boring numbers like average surface temperature. Plus, the superdense atmosphere creates a slimming effect!

    You beat me to it. Remember Astronomy is one of the subjects that women know the least about…

    Plus, it is nearer than Mars! Everybody wins!

  30. Anon says:

    First of all, I am disappointed in Emma for triggering the sisterhood to seek safe spaces by use of the term “fellow” women.

    She meant buffalo women.

    You did not hear the ‘buh’ sound as the prefix before ‘fellow’.

  31. feeriker says:

    I welcome a Hilary presidency, nothing could be more deserved.

    What will really be refreshing, sez me, is when the mask of pretense comes off completely and we see her for the truly unbridled demon that she is, a modern-day female incarnation of Caligula. It will.be VERY revelatory to see how all of her deluded droids react when they see the “real” Hitlary in all of her violent, satanic malevolence unchecked. More revealing –and more important– still is how the country as a whole reacts. If there isn’t massive resistance, then we’ll know that Amerika finally has gotten the government it so fully deserves.

  32. Anon says:

    What will really be refreshing, sez me, is when the mask of pretense comes off completely and we see her for the truly unbridled demon that she is, a modern-day female incarnation of Caligula.

    I, too, think a Hillary reign of terror is necessary to finally get men to fight back and lefto-faggots to eat each other.

    The various incompatible factions of the left are highly, highly incompatible with each other, and only stay in a coaltion because cuckservatives are so pig ignorant about politics that they stand between these factions that should be warring with each other (for example, fem-twats and Muslims are allies only because they are not interacting directly, with cuckservatives standing in between them).

    And while Trump is probably a false flag candidate that is secretly allied with Hillary in return for prime government gibs down the line, it is telling that both Johnson and Stein are drawing from Hillary more than Trump, and the press is now attacking both. So the press doesn’t just hate Republicans, but now the enemies list is even longer.

  33. @feeriker:

    I’m glad no one was in ear shot. I laughed so far about polluting Mars.

  34. Gunner Q says:

    “What will really be refreshing, sez me, is when the mask of pretense comes off completely and we see her for the truly unbridled demon that she is, a modern-day female incarnation of Caligula.”

    Shrug, she’s already on track to be our first undead President and nobody cares. Wouldn’t it be something if she went brain-dead a few months into office but her body was reanimated by robotic implants for use as a literal Deep State puppet? The technical ability exists. Especially since her facial expressions are already more limited than Kermit the Frog’s.

    Heeey, this could explain those apparent seizures. The Manchurian Candidate has a faulty microchip! See what happens when you outsource to China?

  35. Brian K says:

    Manspreading, ha. Has it been so long since the average feminist has seen a naked man, that they’ve forgotten we have testicles? That it’s quite uncomfortable for us to clasp our legs tightly together as though we had snootches? As far as Emma goes, I guess if she insists on giving me a public lap dance, I’d allow it. For the sisterhood!

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  37. Leiff says:

    #SaveMars #MarsforMartians #AllWomenShouldLookLikeToriAnderson

  38. Maybe I’m wrong, but this idea seems really dumb, and looks like it could actually backfire in prolific fashion on all of these “ladies”.

    Social media certainly allows the surplus of 25+, 30+ and 40+ year olds to relive their mean girls teenager glories year in style – mouthing off with no thought for the morrow.

  39. The Question says:

    Women like this are responsible for the rise in the anti-feminist gals out there who claim they oppose feminism, but in reality they still clung to the fundamental tenets of the faith.

    Anti-feminism is really just a clever sexual/mating strategy for women who want to take advantage of all the benefits feminism has provided them without bearing any of the culpability for it by renouncing caricatures such as these “nasty woman” image, whose aesthetic appearances complement their ugly philosophy. It provides anti-feminists with an incredible advantage by offering the illusion of scarcity without making the sacrifices normally needed to achieve such a status.

    When girls say they are anti-feminist, they mean that (at best) they like to be beautiful, not a blue-haired freak show, and they prefer their men be masculine, not a sensitive manlet. At worst, it is merely a way to avoid the collateral damage to their sexual strategy caused by feminist evangelicalism like this.

  40. feeriker says:

    Maybe I’m wrong, but this idea seems really dumb, and looks like it could actually backfire in prolific fashion on all of these “ladies”.

    What, you mean like feminism itself?

  41. Anon says:

    The Question,

    Women like this are responsible for the rise in the anti-feminist gals out there who claim they oppose feminism, but in reality they still clung to the fundamental tenets of the faith.

    What part of ‘Female Imperative’ do you not understand? It transcends all centuries and all cultures. Plus, most men are driven by it too (hence the ridiculous degree of whiteknighting.

    You still are examining the differences between two leaves, while ignoring the tree, let alone the forest.

  42. Snowy says:

    They’d be quite a catch…not.

  43. Scott says:

    Everyone will be welcome in the new America. Except the ones who say “God” in public.

  44. Jim says:

    Women suffering in silence? Who are they kidding? They never shut up.

  45. feeriker says:

    Women suffering in silence? Who are they kidding? They never shut up.

    I think the word “silence” as used in this context is the femspeak version of the word meaning “no man is listening or paying attention to my bitching, complaining, and nagging.”

    The “suffering” modifier is in that case self-explanatory.

  46. @MarcusD:

    The Pro-Trump internet crew has been having a blast with the memes. And those are brutal. It’s great.

  47. Major Styles says:

    True. Suffering in silence relates directly to the dearth of available suitors.

  48. Major Styles says:

    The beta males are cheering the nasty women on from the sideline no doubt…and the nasty women are still not interested in them.

  49. Lyn87 says:

    Marcus,

    I know you didn’t make those, but I have to say this:

    The first two are spot-on, but the third one is over the line. I’m sure the guy buried in that grave would not appreciate having his wife’s or daughter’s grief at his passing exploited in that way (or any way, for that matter). I know I wouldn’t if it was me who didn’t come back from Afghanistan. Mocking feminism and feminists for fun is acceptable – mocking the grief of military widows and orphans is not.

  50. Mister says:

    Feminist Hater: “I would pack all those fat arse bitches, except Emma, she can sit on my lap, and load them in a spaceship and launch it towards the Sun. Where their hot air, fat butts, huge egos and nasty personalities could fuel the Sun for another 12 billion years. Making them useful for once in their miserable lives.”

    Lol! Don’t do it to ’em like dat!!!

    Someone else mentioned Agree & Amplify…true. Women trying to be men. That’s why it works for the Deplorables but not the Nasty Women Brigade.

  51. Anonymous Reader says:

    Here’s a new meme for those who Facebook, should go over well with the >40 soccermom crowd.

  52. BillyS says:

    mocking the grief of military widows and orphans is not

    I know you have a personal connection to this Lyn87, but that is exactly who they want to draft, ultimately. Exposing the truth can hurt, but it is important people realize the true implications of such things. No one would be spared. Hillary has no compassion for veterans from what I have read, so would almost certainly have none here. (She would speak different in public of course, but her core beliefs would guide her actions.)

    Sometimes the truth has to be very raw to penetrate shields.

    Note the shields of my long-term soon to be ex-wife as an unfortunately great example. Nothing “reasonable” would penetrate that. Nor would anything reasonable penetrate those who haven’t thought about the implications of Hillary’s “plans”.

  53. Jim Christian says:

    Attention anti-manspreaders: Sit on me, I will either grab your pussy or if you’re fugly and fat, you’ll be occupying a nice seat on the floor.

  54. anon2 says:

    “Mocking feminism and feminists for fun is acceptable – mocking the grief of military widows and orphans is not.”

    +10000

  55. Like school girls trying to imitate the latest fad, they saw how much traction “deplorables” got and made the mis-calculation that they could get a similar trend going.

  56. Lovekraft says:

    My list off the top of my head of the arch-priestesses of feminism today:

    Sandberg, Madonna, GaGa, Cyrus, Katy Perry, Dunham, Amy Shumer, Tina Fey, Silverman, Leslie Jones, O’Donnell. Notice a pattern?

    There’s many, many more, but at least this list is a start to help the boycott.

  57. Lord Rofl says:

    “Mocking feminism and feminists for fun…”

    This isn’t about fun and games.

    Hillary Clinton and the Globalist Cabal are gearing up to send thousands of young American men to die pointless, ignoble deaths in yet another desert shithole. And this time, they’ll be fighting a proxy war against a formidable, well-organized and technologically advanced opponent.

    Over nothing.

    Slaughter. Over nothing.

    So, if you value you own life or the lives of the young men who will die in Syria over decorum, you appeal to American Women voters the only way you can: by triggering their craven self-interest.

    Grab ’em right by the feelz. It works. (It triggered you, right?)

  58. anon2 says:

    “So, if you value you own life or the lives of the young men who will die in Syria over decorum, you appeal to American Women voters the only way you can: by triggering their craven self-interest.
    Grab ’em right by the feelz. It works. (It triggered you, right?)”

    The prostrate image of a grieving child (or young wife) in front of the grave of their loved one with the caption, “Now it’s her turn” is certainly persuasive. But not the way it’s (ostensibly) intended to be. If I were a Hillary supporter I would create exactly that type of ad, and pretend it was “pro Trump”. It is was truly a Trump advocate who created that bit, he knows nothing whatsoever about persuasion. He’s going to piss off even the people on his side.

  59. feeriker says:

    Trump is in favor of women in combat:

    https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2016/02/donald-trump-does-about-face-on-women-in-combat

    Haven’t read the linked article yet, but as long as the DoD restricts combat assignments to ass-kicking dyke bitches looking to earn their man badges, I’m perfectly fine with wonen in combat. Let THEM start filling bodybags and national cemeteries. Fact is, there will be a shortage of both, because casualty rates among these women are going to be nearly 100 percent when TSRHTF. That will go a long way toward solving the feminist problem.

  60. feeriker says:

    The prostrate image of a grieving child (or young wife) in front of the grave of their loved one with the caption, “Now it’s her turn” is certainly persuasive.

    An even better ad would be Hitlary standing in the middle of a national cemetery (pretending to grieve for fallen troops) with that very same caption applied.

  61. Lord Rofl says:

    “But not the way it’s (ostensibly) intended to be.”

    I disagree. In my opinion, that sort of subtlety will be lost on the target audience.

  62. anon2 says:

    “Lack of subtly” isn’t the problem. By all means, use emotional triggers and hit the viewer over the head with them.
    But those are the wrong triggers for persuasion. It doesn’t make the viewer angry at Hillary, it makes the viewer angry at the person who created the ad, and angry at whomever that person is trying to promote just by association.
    Underlying problem: The prostrate grieving person is already hitting an emotional trigger. The viewer (assuming this is a normal mentally healthy individual) feels sympathy for the person grieving. The caption “now it’s her turn” feels like a slap in the face. If it isn’t attempting to persuade but only ridicule the griever and annoy or anger the viewer…mission accomplished.

  63. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    I think those Draft Our Daughters memes might go over well with feminists. They might interpret it as a celebration of Grrrrl Power!

  64. BillyS says:

    I am not convinced it makes women angry at Trump. I would guess it might make some like Lyn87 very mad at Trump (or whoever made the picture/meme), but they are not the target. I don’t like that it has the negative effect, but it is the truth of the issue and stifling a powerful image because it has bad feelings is what got us into the current mess in many ways.

    The other side doesn’t hesitate to use such imagery.

  65. BillyS says:

    I do not intend that to attack Lyn87 in any way. I am just noting how I see things working. I believe I can understand his passion and reasoning, whether I agree with his conclusions or not.

    I probably would have been in more agreement several years ago, but I would have also considered myself a conservative then too.

  66. The “#DraftOurDaughters” was spawned forth as a PsyOps campaign from the Internet Support for Trump. It’s hard to explain how much the Script Kiddies hate the living daylights out of the Clintons. To the point that The_Donald has all but taken over Reddit.

    It’s fascinating to watch because the Internet-based Trump support is the largest, most organic action I’ve ever seen. To the point that *all* of the Social Media platforms are actively censoring Pro-Trump news. It’s pretty much only thing that has prevented a Reagan-level thumping of Clinton.

    As for the meme, it’s deceptively brutal. Hillary does hold those positions, and her campaign has been stupid enough that it’s actually something plausible that they’d run. That’s what makes it hit home, beyond just the unsettling rhetoric.

  67. feeriker says:

    Hitlary’s campaign MUST be desperate if they’re running ads like this:

  68. @feeriker:

    I expect a Trump win last Fall. I’ve been predicting a Trump win since the Conventions. Most of this isn’t too hard to expect.

    What I didn’t expect, however, was the late-stage collapse of the entire Media-Political power base. They’ve gone all-in and have pretty much lost horribly. There’s simply no putting Humpty Dumpty back together. If they managed to Fraud the voting systems enough for Hillary to win (which will show up on analysis), we’re looking at insurrection at a level not seen since the early days of the Republic. I up my prediction from just Texas starting the secession process. Hillary might be arrest-on-sight in half the states of the Union.

    The other thing I didn’t quite expect was Trump to really go full “War on Washington”, Major General Ross-style. But the Clintons and their allies simply went too far. They made this an existential issue for everyone involved. (Hubris does that.) Trump had to respond in kind. And, boy, has he ever.

    Though the amateur-hour show from the hit-squads has to be the weirdest sub-story of this entire campaign. The Script Kiddies have wrapped up at least 3 Clinton Foundation Shell companies and a NSA/CF Data Collection front as well. All because of the Podesta emails and simply following the connections.

    As for the FBI Director finally finding a spine… eh, no. He was bought & paid for, so that’s not the issue. The issue is that it wasn’t the FBI that got Weiner’s computers. It was the NYPD (who, it should be noted, also have a massive Intelligence organization), which means that an entire team of people have seen the files. And they have to get ahead of them. Clinton had Five-Eyes, Gamma and possibly classification levels we’ve never heard of in her email. And some of the stuff is probably beyond explosive. Though I don’t think the government quite knows what Assange actually has. (Ignoring the fact that an entire dump of Clinton’s email is clearly in the hands of every Intelligence organization in the world.)

  69. Ron says:

    Another example of women who desperately crave the attention of men who will properly domonate them and manage them.

  70. Feminist Hater says:

    …mocking the grief of military widows and orphans is not.

    I have to disagree. It was Hillary that said they suffer most so in order to undo this great injustice it is them who must fight and die and the widowers who most suffer the most by being left to grieve. You might not like the advert but it is on point. This is a true war gentlemen, no time for getting upset. Agree and amplify, women want it, they got it. I don’t care about their feelings anymore.

  71. Lyn87 says:

    Gentlemen, I am all for mocking Hillary and her absurd “women are the real victims of war” nonsense. I am not angry with Trump – I fully intend to vote for him. I think the “Now it’s her turn” idea is long-overdue. Most of us have been expressing that sentiment for years to point out the hypocrisy of feminism – me included. I do not give an Airborne crap about their feelings. What I do not find acceptable is mocking the grief of military widows and orphans. This goes beyond one’s politics and goes right to the heart of one’s humanity. And while we’re at it: check your Bible if you want to know what God thinks about those who abuse widows and orphans: “Ye shall not afflict any widow, or fatherless child. If thou afflict them in any wise, and they cry at all unto me, I will surely hear their cry; And my wrath shall wax hot, and I will kill you with the sword; and your wives shall be widows, and your children fatherless.” – Exodus 22: 22-24.

    … not to mention that you are mocking the man by mocking his family’s grief.

    BTW, the point of PSYOP is to persuade. Persuasion is very situational – that’s why Trumpsters can own the title “Deplorable” and Hilarybots look absurd when they embrace “Nasty Women,” for example.

    Take it from someone who knows more than a little bit about this topic: “It’s Her Turn” is a brilliant PSYOP message. “It’s Her Turn” with a picture of a widow mourning on her husband’s grave in a military cemetery is an epic PSYOP fail. Anything that shifts the focus away from the message and onto the delivery method is – by definition – bad execution of PSYOP.

  72. @Lyn87:

    I think you’re over-analyzing the situation, and the intended audience for the pictures. I’d put that specific one somewhere in the middle of the pack for the quality of the ones that came about. The ones with the little girls smiling seemed to hit the hardest. (I get your point, but this has morphed from an election into low-level warfare in the Cyber & Elite realms. I pray it doesn’t get hotter, though it would seem certain Power groups have started to make their move and the Clintons are toast.)

    And, like most things on the Internet, it’s morphed into another area of attack. The weirdest part is that the speed of the shifting in the attacks (and, let’s be honest, the goal is pretty much to s***-post enough to cause the death of the Clinton Crime Family) is the amazingly active censorship by the Social Media. I think the Big Fork is going to happen a whole lot faster than people realize. Mostly because most Social Media companies really haven’t found a way to monetize their platforms, thus selling out to the Big Money players is how they survive.

  73. anon2 says:

    “Take it from someone who knows more than a little bit about this topic: “It’s Her Turn” is a brilliant PSYOP message. “It’s Her Turn” with a picture of a widow mourning on her husband’s grave in a military cemetery is an epic PSYOP fail. Anything that shifts the focus away from the message and onto the delivery method is – by definition – bad execution of PSYOP.”

    Once again (your entire post) so, so right.
    Most Trump advertisements have been brilliant. And they’ve also been brilliantly effective.
    We aren’t trying to convince each other here…I’m sold, and voting for Trump.
    An ad isn’t going to change my opinion or probably the opinion of anyone else here.
    But if we’re trying to persuade others who are undecided this is a bad way to do it, and it will likely have the opposite effect.
    I’m glad Hillary’s supporters have embraced “Nasty” for similar reasons. I think it will work against them. The louder and prouder they are about “being nasty” the better the chances for Trump’s election. Let’s not be nasty too.

  74. anon2 says:

    Just to add:
    I think this is far more important for Trump than Hillary. Particularly at the ith hour.
    Why? Because his campaign has been run very much like an open source insurgency (as some folks allude to above). Good Psy-ops are critical here.

  75. anon2 says:

    Another thought and then I’ll shut up about this (I have a serious vested interest in getting Trump elected, for me it isn’t some theoretical “would be nice” my life will be directly impacted by who wins this election).
    We don’t only want to persuade undecideds, we also don’t want to turn away voters who are currently supporting Trump, but only tepidly. His “make America great” campaign works, because it is a message the resonates and people want to believe in. By contrast, ridiculing widows and orphans, not so much.

  76. Oscar says:

    @ feeriker says:
    October 30, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    “… as long as the DoD restricts combat assignments to ass-kicking dyke bitches looking to earn their man badges, I’m perfectly fine with wonen in combat. Let THEM start filling bodybags and national cemeteries. Fact is, there will be a shortage of both, because casualty rates among these women are going to be nearly 100 percent when TSRHTF. That will go a long way toward solving the feminist problem.”

    Combat is a team sport, so when a member of the team can’t carry his/her share of the load (literally or figuratively), other team members get killed, not just the weak team member. Assigning women to combat roles will get more men killed than women.

  77. Feminist Hater says:

    Looks like we will have to implement ‘Operation Wimmenz Shieldz’ and allow the women the space needed, free of manly oppression, to take on the enemy right in the action. Men would get in the way, quite frankly we certainly don’t need men anyway, so I think it right and proper for women to get in there and get it done.

  78. Novaseeker says:

    And some of the stuff is probably beyond explosive.

    Oh almost certainly.

    Team Clinton’s hangers-on have been begging her for the past few days to throw Huma under the bus, or “distance herself” from her. I don’t think this will happen, because Hillary loves Huma, and has for over a decade. A critical issue, if Clinton wins, will be who controls Congress, because if the GOP still controls Congress, tons of stuff is going to come out about that relationship which will be very reminiscent of Bill’s escapades. The insiders know this and are shitting bricks here, currently. They’re just as worried about that as they are about the emails, and they are just hoping that it doesn’t come up in the press in the next week (they’re willing to take their chances with the Congressional election, or in the public eye afterwards, I think).

    Trump has been running lots of ads here in the DC region, presumably due to Virginia being in play. Interestingly there have NOT been very many Clinton ads (this is based on watching football and baseball yesterday, and there were a lot of Trump ads, which must have been quite expensive), which I thought was interesting. There were, however, ads from democratic congressional challengers.

  79. @Novaseeker:

    Well, do realize that the “33k emails” have been running around the Dark Web for ages. A significant amount of the content is simply known. Though, especially the SAP-classified stuff, almost no English speakers want to touch it. Which I don’t blame them.

    What’s generally known:

    – Clinton/Obama were pretty much paid to start the Syrian “civil war”. That was a failed CIA action.
    – The “nerve gas attack” was something of a False Flag, again by us. (That’s 2 War Crimes.)
    – Huma is a Muslim Brotherhood/Saudi agent.
    – Huma was specifically sent to be Hillary’s lover. (Weiner was a beard/Women still like weddings.)
    – The Clinton Foundation is simply the central locus of corruption in the Western World right now. Everything they’re “involved” with is skimming 90% of the money back to their “partners”.
    – The 4 at Benghazi were allowed to die. There was a stand-down order. The details on what the arms deals were that lead to the situation is the open question. The consulate there was also a CIA Blacksite, which adds more confusion to the issue.
    – Because of all of the raw data in the emails, most of our Intelligence Operations around the world were compromised.

    What gets sketchy, at this point, is who is all on the take. It’s a LOT of Washington, and most of the power structures in the rest of the Western world. The entire Davos Set are going to be implicated.

    And where stuff gets really sketchy: what’s going on behind the scenes is clearly a lethal power-play by other factions within the USA’s power structure. I’d tag the NSA/DIA axis as the most likely group. There is way too much stuff they do not want to come out, which is what really forced Comey’s hand. But there’s too much in flux from the hidden powers to really get a line on it for a few years. But the Clintons have a ton of enemies and they’ve clearly over-played their hand.

  80. Novaseeker says:

    – Huma is a Muslim Brotherhood/Saudi agent.
    – Huma was specifically sent to be Hillary’s lover. (Weiner was a beard/Women still like weddings.)

    The Weiner-as-beard has been known for a while — the Saudi connection was long suspected, but interesting if it’s implicated in the emails.

    I’d tag the NSA/DIA axis as the most likely group. There is way too much stuff they do not want to come out, which is what really forced Comey’s hand.

    Interesting. That would make sense.

  81. This is sort of a side-point, but it’s one worth mentioning.

    Obama’s the worst Foreign Policy President since Woodrow Wilson. But, as it stands, we really can’t sort out if it’s sheer incompetence/arrogance or the fact that literally everything they discussed was being emailed right to *EVERYONE ELSE* directly after it happened because the whole of Washington are a collection of god-forsaken idiots.

    Trump’s ability to apparently play 4D chess on the Media/Democrats might simply be due to not using Email and having good OpSec & InfoSec policies. Because no matter how any geniuses you get together to do something, if all of their detailed planning is just given to the other side, there isn’t anything they can do about it.

  82. DeNihilist says:

    Gentlemen, after the tumult of this past weekend, I thought I would share this video with you all. Listen to it, let it help you find peace and remind us all of what this life is really about.

    And also notice that they all have facial hair! 🙂

  83. @Novaseeker:

    A bunch of researchers tagged Huma as an influence agent ages ago. Which, frankly, wasn’t very hard. A quick look at her family and asking who paid for her college pretty much addressed all of those issues. (Also, you can buy internships with powerful people. Oh look, Saudi money!)

    The one problem with Network Analysis on Governments is that the ones that have Power in the dark corners are pretty much impossible to map out unless you’re inside an intelligence agency yourself. That’s why when Patrick Kennedy’s name popped up, I knew it would disappear quickly. (I read a profile about him some years ago, where the writer was quite confused how he was going to be the Deputy SoS in either a Bush or Kerry administration. Clearly, he’s got a completely separate power base.) Considering the care that’s been taken to make sure to killshot the Clintons, the power bases active clearly are from the ones with much firmer grasps of Long-term planning.

    I wouldn’t tag put this power-play as being done out of Patriotic Duty, but at least self-interest is at play. Hillary is that god-damned stupid to start a War with Russia. A war with no-winner is bad for everyone’s business. Plus, there’s certain levels of corruption that are “acceptable”, but there’s too far. And the Clinton Foundation is WAY too far.

    One thing I’ve noticed from the Podesta emails is that the CF seems to have been a locus-point for Insider Trading information. Mostly in commodities deals, but in a lot of stocks as well. It explains the huge list of Hedge Funds that donated. Since the Fed has pretty much eliminated any safe investments, the Hedgers needed an edge. And Insider Information was that edge.

    That Insider Information clearing house effect might be what ties most of Washington together. And there would be brokerage records on those trades, as well.

  84. Anonymous Reader says:

    Lyn87

    You don’t like one meme. So it failed with you. Eh. Fail faster – the conga line of #DraftOurDaughters memes is very long. Everyone else by now has moved past it.
    I posted my fave of the moment just to make that point. To anyone under 30 your complaint is like “I didn’t like one scene in the latest movie”.

    Memes are to this election as pamphlets were to the 1770’s – constantly streaming a variation of the same message to different audiences. Images “speak” more directly to visually based people than text does – like the millennials who live on their phones, often on YouTube all day.

    BUT
    Everything on this thread politically is now moot: the NYPD got a laptop with 650,000 emails on it that Weiner and/or Huma had access to. The whole situation has just gone Level Up, in game terms.

    One item: the Lolita Express. Search on it. Not just Bill Clinton took a ride on that airplane.

  85. Oscar says:

    @ Novaseeker says:
    October 31, 2016 at 9:54 am

    “The Weiner-as-beard has been known for a while — the Saudi connection was long suspected, but interesting if it’s implicated in the emails.”

    First, what does “Weiner-as-beard” mean?

    Second, there are some things that make no sense to me about the Abedin-Clinton-Obama connection.
    Huma’s parents are from India (dad) and Pakistan (mom). They moved their young daughter to Saudi Arabia and lived there for years, and they were members of the Muslim Brotherhood, so clearly they’re Sunnis.

    But Obama and Clinton have done everything they can to benefit Shia Iran, up to and including giving them $billions with which to fund terrorism and build nukes, much to the Saudis’ distress.

    Few Americans realize that the people Sunni Arabs fear and hate most are Shia Persians (Iran). Sunni Arabs fear and hate Shia Persians even more than they hate Jews, believe it or not.

    So, why are Clinton’s and Obama’s Sunni Muslim Brotherhood advisers advising them to help Shia Persian Iran? Does the Brotherhood want war between Iran and the Saudis? By the way, if Persia wants war with Arabia, they need to attack soon, because Sunni Arabs already greatly outnumber Shia Persians, and Persia’s birth rate plummeted to European levels, while Arab birth rates are still going strong. The Obama Administration (including the Hildebeast) helped accelerate Persia’s nuke project just as their prospects for conventional war with Arabia began looking bleakest.

    Coincidence? I think not.

    But it also makes no sense to me. Does anyone out there have any ideas?

    Lyn: did you get a feel for any of this during your last trip to the sandbox?

  86. Gunner Q says:

    Looking Glass @ 10:01 am:
    “But, as it stands, we really can’t sort out if it’s sheer incompetence/arrogance or the fact that literally everything they discussed was being emailed right to *EVERYONE ELSE* directly after it happened because the whole of Washington are a collection of god-forsaken idiots.”

    Neither. Modern communications like e-mail are the only way to organize the kinds of conspiracies going on in today’s halls of power so of course the evidence comes in the form of e-mail servers and such.

    On top of that, when all your cronies are conscienceless, corrupt, self-serving liars you know they’re going to collect as much dirt on you as they can to ensure your loyalty. You’d be stupid not to do the same. Get a big enough Mexican firing squad going and it’s only a matter of time before a trigger gets bumped.

    “It helps if you think of it as a game, Bob.” -Dick Jones from Robocop

  87. Novaseeker says:

    First, what does “Weiner-as-beard” mean?

    Huma and Hill were lovers — it’s thought that the sexual relationship ended years ago. Hillary and others in her circle actively worked to set up Wiener and Huma as a cover for the Hillary relationship. It was a relationship which they knew would parallel in some ways Hillary’s and Bill’s in that the man was a rising politician and a philanderer, but the woman would put up with it because she was gay and it was a cover — same as with Hillary. It blew up when Weiner jumped the shark (although likely Bill would have done the same if he were of the same generation — he didn’t have cell phones in the 80s and 90s and noone was able to post videos on YT of Bill using Arkansas state troopers to hide his liaisons). But Weiner was a beard in that he was cover — not a real marriage, but cover for both (gave a philanderer more legitimacy than he would have as a single skirt chaser and a lesbian the cover of being straight).

  88. @Oscar:

    Your grasp of the Muslim Influence in Washington is a bit weak. The Arab Sunnis are in the USA’s sphere. The Shia are in Russia’s sphere. The Iran Nuclear Deal happened because Obama wanted a signature Foreign Policy piece. (If Gore had won in 2000, a “deal” with Iraq would have been for the same reason.) Iran’s markets would also be valuable to “donors” for Obama after he leaves office. It wasn’t much of a Pro-Iran reasons as “Pro-Obama’s future” reasons.

    As for the Saudis, they’ve been buying influence for years in Washington. The Bush Clan is heavily involved. Now, it’s looking like, way too much. The real problem is we used to keep a leash on the Saudis. It would now appear to be working in reverse. So I’m back to an older position: we should Glass Riyadh. (Credit if you know the reference.)

    Oh, “beard” is a term for a sham marriage. Historically, it’s so gay Men could still operate in polite society. (Pre-1950s, being Married was, for a Man, required for most work that paid well.) In this case, Huma was placed under Hillary to be her young lover. Huma just married Weiner for cover/wants a wedding/wants a child reasons. Anthony comes from a powerful & connected family. So the marriage was something like classic Aristocrat marriage.

    @Gunner Q:

    I think you missed the point I was making. I don’t think most Foreign Policy decisions are made with the intention of backfiring horribly. But they all will when every foreign intelligence agency is getting to watch your every thought because no one is attempting to prevent them from getting copies. It was Purple/Enigma-levels of Signal Interception. And it cost the foreign intelligence agencies almost nothing.

    Clinton was a wonderful gift for them, truly.

  89. Oscar says:

    @ Novaseeker

    Thanks, I hadn’t heard that term before.

    @ LG

    “The Arab Sunnis are in the USA’s sphere. The Shia are in Russia’s sphere. The Iran Nuclear Deal happened because Obama wanted a signature Foreign Policy piece.”

    I get that, and I agree, but it doesn’t make sense. Persians armed with nukes are an existential threat to the Saudis. Why give your benefactors an existential threat? Why bite the hand that feeds you?

  90. Dalrock says:

    @Oscar

    But it also makes no sense to me. Does anyone out there have any ideas?

    I think this is a simple case of “over there” vs “over here”. Over there, the rivalry is between Sunni vs Shiite. Over here, it is Islam vs America (or the West). As you may recall, the talking heads were baffled when the Orlando shooter pledged allegiance to ISIS (Sunni) but then spoke lovingly about Al Quaida terrorist acts and had in the past claimed affiliation with Hezbollah (Shia). The “experts” couldn’t understand why he would support mortal enemies, because the answer was too simple for the experts to process.

  91. Gunner Q says:

    Looking Glass @ 11:14 am:
    “I don’t think most Foreign Policy decisions are made with the intention of backfiring horribly. But they all will when every foreign intelligence agency is getting to watch your every thought because no one is attempting to prevent them from getting copies.”

    Any policy decision that must never see daylight will INEVITABLY backfire. Truth always comes out. God demands it. You can keep the details secret long enough to get something done but more than that is a pipe dream. You cannot have enough OpSec, InfoSec or nail gun suicides to hide something big forever.

    Even the wicked know this. They merely hope to be dead before the consequences hit. (Too slow, Hillary! Hah!) This is why they hate us Christians with our talk of an unavoidable Judgment Day.

    Dalrock @ 12:00 pm:
    “The “experts” couldn’t understand why he would support mortal enemies, because the answer was too simple for the experts to process.”

    So true, so often.

  92. Oscar says:

    @ Dalrock

    So, the anti-Westerns over here don’t care which Muslims they support, as long as they’re supporting fellow anti-Westerns?

    That definitely has historical precedence with anti-Westerns in the past supporting the USSR, Communist China and Vietnam, even though they fought each other.

    It still doesn’t make sense to me, but that’s probably because I’m not self-loathing and suicidal.

  93. Anon says:

    The “experts” couldn’t understand why he would support mortal enemies, because the answer was too simple for the experts to process.

    Shia and Sunnis will always unite against non-Muslims. An important distinction, however, is that suicide bombing is almost entirely a Sunni-Arab practice. Shias and non-Arab Sunnis almost never do it.

    That definitely has historical precedence with anti-Westerns in the past supporting the USSR, Communist China and Vietnam, even though they fought each other.

    Communism is godless leftism, and hence different from Islam. Remember that Hitler and Stalin (both leftists) fought each other after first being allies.

    I mean, Catholics and Protestants have also warred with each other…but would still unite against non-Christians

  94. MarcusD says:

    @Lyn87

    Yes, I definitely agree.

    For those interested, the woman pictured in that third image is Terry Dutcher. Another photo here: http://www.jacquelynmartin.com/portfolio/daily-life/terry-dutcher/

  95. At the rate we’re going, we’re looking at a 6-7% victory for Trump. Though it’s hard to deal with the Voter Fraud issue. Some of it can be back-end computer fraud, which can be quite a lot more than in other cases.

    To explain my point, someone was talking about the ABC poll that a few days ago had Clinton +12.

    “NEW ABC POLL AMAZING:
    1) 38/28/29 reweighted sample.
    2) Trump +7 enthusiasm.
    3) Trump +29 with Independents!!!

    Trump leads poll by 1.”

    In the absolute BEST CASE SCENARIO this election for Hillary, it’s 34 D / 31 R / 35 I. At the moment, we’re probably looking at 32 D / 30 R / 38 I on the national level. Trump will pull a higher % of Rs than Hillary will of Ds. Trump will win Independents by a sizable amount because they’ve turned out specifically to vote for him.

    This is what a realignment/wave election looks like. In some of the badly rescaled State polls, Trump is consistently hitting 20% among Blacks and over 50% among Hispanics. If those numbers hold out, we could see a 10%+ victory.

    The hilarious part of this is that the GOPe kept wanting to “reach out” to minorities. Turns out the way to do that is run a Centrist Alpha. Go figure.

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