Pope Francis Comes Out Swinging Against Internet Hate Communities

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
April 3, 2019

Pope Francis must have gotten wind of the fact that the internet doesn’t like him that much.

Is this why he’s trying to make “Fake News” a Catholic issue?

What’s next, a Papal Bull banning Catholics from viewing spicy right-wing memes?


Internet-based “fake news” is fomenting prejudice and hatred, Pope Francis said on Tuesday, warning our culture “has lost its sense of truth and bends the facts to suit particular interests”.

He issued the stark warning in a letter to young people around the world following last October’s youth-themed bishops’ synod.

“There are huge economic interests operating in the digital world, capable of exercising forms of control as subtle as they are invasive, creating mechanisms for the manipulation of consciences and of the democratic process,” the pope wrote.

Social networks encourage contact between people who already think alike, precluding them from debate, he said.

“These closed circuits facilitate the spread of fake news and false information, fomenting prejudice and hate.”

“It is not healthy to confuse communication with mere virtual contact,” the pope wrote.

“Indeed, the digital environment is also one of loneliness, manipulation, exploitation and violence… blocking the development of authentic interpersonal relationships.”

Now hold on here.

This is just typical old person stupidity at play here.

The internet doesn’t cause loneliness. It is where lonely people go to find respite and interact with people who may be facing the same problems. Can this cause a sort of feedback loop? Sure, of course it can.

But different online communities have very different cultures.

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What the Pope is talking about are known as toxic communities. These are places where people come out worse than when they came in. This does not apply to any right-wing community that I am aware of. Every single significant right-wing online community that I am aware of promotes self-improvement and reaching out to like-minded folks IRL.

Many people in these communities are depressed, sure.

But they come in depressed and looking for answers about why they’re depressed. When they learn uncomfortable and hard truths about the world, it may not exactly pluck them up, but learning that they are not alone in the world helps a lot. From there, they tend to feel better and start working at their lives.

In the wide-ranging document, the pope also warned of the dangers of historical revisionism, as exploited by increasingly powerful populist politicians.

“If someone tells young people to ignore their history, to reject the experiences of their elders, to look down on the past and to look forward to a future that he holds out, doesn?t it then become easy to draw them along so that they only do what he tells them?”

“He needs the young to be shallow, uprooted and distrustful, so that they can trust only in his promises and act according to his plans.” 

The youth is already shallow, uprooted and distrustful – but that’s because of the Jews’ decades-long social engineering program, not because of the internet and a few revisionist historians running demonetized YouTube channels on it.

This Pope doesn’t care about the youth – nor is he very smart if he’s poking the internet with a stick like this.

He is picking a fight with a creature that he does not understand and cannot hope to defeat.

Others have tried and they have lost, every single time.

The internet is far more powerful than the Papacy or Fake News for that matter.

It’s like a giant spider-creature that devours everything that gets stuck in its net. If this Pope keeps thrashing around or God forbid names a specific community, website or personality with an autistic enough following, well let’s just say that all the cherubim guarding the gates of heaven won’t be enough to protect him from the storm of hatred and autism that’ll come hurtling his way.

Top Comments

  1. More poop from the Pope.
    Hey your holiness!
    How about popes spreading Fake theology, Fake politically correct doctrine and Anti-White views fomenting prejudice and hate against the Whites who built and paid for the Roman Catholic church???

  2. When I came into the Alt Right, I was 250lbs, smoked marijuana all day every day, and felt like my life was meaningless, that I was a failure for not getting a university education and a serious relationship and often dreaded waking up. Now I’m 190lbs, I don’t smoke anything anymore and feel a great sense of future potential and communal belonging; even if I still don’t have a degree, a meaningful job or a relationship, I still have my fellow EthnoNationalists, our solidarity in pining for a better existence for ourselves and society, and in our spiritual sense of tribe.

    You know who else used to feel a lot like the old me?


  3. He is either too dishonest or too blind to realize that that statement pretty much perfectly encapsulates the modern progressives. The boomers famously wouldn’t trust anyone over 30. Not that their elders and their traditions were infallible, but they did contain the wisdom of the ages. The secular humanists of the past (e.g., Bertrand Russel) largely didn’t understand this wisdom, but rejected it because it made them feel bad. The result of discarding this is the destruction of their societies, which is imminent in one form or another. I could go into greater detail, but I think most of us here get it. Feminism, race, homosexuality, and now transexuality; On all these issues the vast majority of our ancestors held views similar to, or even more “extreme” than our own. We see the destruction that the abandonment of traditional values has caused, yet he is trying to calling us the ones who look down on the past. How can he even look at the past doctrines of the church and try to make this case?

    He and Soros must be two of the most evil men alive today, and Angela Merkel is one of the most evil women.

  4. Seriously, is this pedo trying to be Mr. Opposite Man, cause everything he stated is the exact opposite of reality…

    Nice try Satan, installing this demon as the head of the Catholic Church, but it won’t work, cause every decent, righteous, Christian hates this guy, this pedo, this evil, sick, disgusting homo, his days in the church are numbered…

    And he will be sent home, straight to hell, when true Christians, the likes of Charles Martel, drive you serpents out!

    So tIc toc faggot, tic toc…

  5. He’s a Boomer, and Boomers think that the lesson of history is: “Liberalism will solve all our problems. Traditionalism, especially nationalism, and every kind of strict standard leads to world wars and the Holocaust.” That’s how they read history. It’s like they think the world began in 1900. They think (subconsciously) that everything before 1960 was the “dark ages.”

    He’s trying to build a papacy on John Lennon’s “Imagine,” and young people don’t like that. That’s what he means by “they don’t listen to history/their elders.”

  6. More than that, there’s a sense of hope. There’s an attitude of, “we can beat these fuckers, we just have to keep fighting.” In a lot of young men, the modern world engenders a feeling that there is no purpose in life, and even if there was, there’s no hope of accomplishing it.

    Right-wing communities provide both purpose and hope.

  7. This guys either a flipping moron or a fricken genius. He’s just saying everything thats opposite of right and orderly.

  8. G-Man says:

    If it’s any consolation, you’re one smart nibba. I would never have guessed you didn’t go to an indoctrina - er, I mean college.

  9. My online fam is far more real than the soulless normie husks who ghost their way through life thinking exactly what the electric Jew tells them to!

    And my online fam is infinite times more real than the fake Satanic tranny Pope!

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