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—Dante Alighieri, The Inferno

The following is a list of webshites: really bad sources of information. Be forewarned, prolonged exposure may result in the following side effects: nausea, depression, high blood pressure, loss of IQ, periodic outbursts of hysterical guffaws, broken keyboards and monitors.

Exemplary material should be submitted to What is going on in the clogosphere? or to Fundies Say The Darndest Things.

Remember to keep Poe's Law in mind.

Contents

[edit] Pseudoscience

See the main article on this topic: Pseudoscience

When God was handing out Science Points (TM), he forgot these folks.

[edit] Altmed

  • Age of Autism(link): Autism pseudoscience and vaccine hysteria.
  • Alexchiu.com(link): Sells magical rings that make you immortal.
  • Association of American Physicians and Surgeons(link): The principal mouthpiece for wingnut opinions regarding medicine. Contains opposition to universal healthcare, advocation for the total deregulation of the pharmaceutical industry, and anti-vaccine hysteria.
  • Autism Speaks(link): A hate charity organization designed to raise awareness of Autism, as it's a problem that needs to be cured.
  • Citizendium(link): Initially a well-intentioned effort to trump Wikipedia that requiried the authors of its articles to actually be certified experts on the subjects in question, it promptly became a mouthpiece for pseudoscience promoters and has floundered ever since.
  • Crystalinks(link):
  • CureZone(link): A site set up as an altmed echo chamber for people who fear scientific medicine.
  • Doctors Health Press(link):
  • DrCarly.com(link): Vaccine hysteria.
  • Foodbabe.com(link): Nature woo, food woo, misguided activism, and occasional cheesecake. Citing it for anything other than the occasional recipe is not so hot.
  • Gimpy's GimpyBlog(link): A homeopath writes from the perspective of a straw-man of an allopath.
  • H2Om(link): Water woo.
  • Health Care Site(link): Buggy Wordpress webshite loaded with weed woo (with an unhealthy obsession with heroin and gluten thrown in for good measure). There is literally not a single disease that this site does not claim can be cured (not treated, cured; not symptoms reduced, cured!) by cannabis.
  • Health Freedom Rights(link): Primitive 90s-style webshite offering 2 oz. bottles of Gulf water for a mere $22.99. Oh, plus shipping. Oh, plus expert advice such as "measles doesn't kill."
  • Healthimpactnews.com(link): is also much like citing Mercola or Mike Adams.
  • HeartAndBodyExtract(link):
  • Homeopathy Vancouver BC(link):
  • Hpathy(link):
  • Humans Are Free[humansarefree.com]: A slightly more insane version of NaturalNews.
  • Institute of Noetic Sciences(link): Where pseudoscience and New Age quackery collide.
  • Joseph Mercola(link): Home of the eponymous uber-quack.
  • Kryon(link): Lee Carroll's website; channelling, DNA and magnet-related woo.
  • NaturalNews(link): Home of other uber-quack Mike Adams.
  • Official Homeopathy Resource(link):
  • Psychetruth(link):
  • QuantumMAN(link): Idiocracy, here we come! This website claims to be able to upload cures for diseases such as the common cold directly to clients' bodies via "quantum teleportation" technology obtained from extraterrestrials. What this means, in other words, and we swear to God we're not shitting you, is that it charges users money to download nothing, claiming that a magical portal will be opened through which will be transmitted invisible medicine when you do. It even offers this shit for pets!
  • Real Farmacy(link): From conspiracy theories, to whacky holistic, anti-vaccine-promoting garbage, this site is famous for not citing sources, nor is there any continuity with their claims. It is most likely because the site owner(s) pull the information straight from their ass(es).
  • Reality Sandwich:(link): A cocktail of New Age woo and all sorts of spiritualist/alternative offerings, all in one convenient package. "Reality" appears to refer to one small sliver of pickle chip, and "sandwich" to the two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, onions, and sesame-seed bun that are made of everything but reality.
  • Silverlungs.com(link): Colloidal silver.
  • Trepan(link): Advocates trepanation, or the theraputic drilling of the human skull to "improve brain function." The founder of the organization behind trepan.com, Peter Halvorson, drilled a hole in his own skull with a power tool and found happiness. Uh huh. At least the background music is relaxing.
  • TruthHealthFacts.com(link):
  • US Right to Know(link): Quack front group trying to discredit scientists who have discredited their favorite quacks by using Monsantodidit.
  • VaccinationDebate.net(link): Warning: not a debate website!
  • VacTruth.com(link): Same rubbish as VaccinationDebate.net (along with an even less appropriate name).
  • What Doctors Don't Tell You(link):
  • Whydontyoutrythis.com(link): cites many of the above including Natural News, and again will get you laughed out the room.
  • Wiki4CAM(link):
  • WikiSynergy(link):

[edit] Creationist and ID

[edit] Global-warming deniers

  • Climate Audit(link): Run by Steve McIntyre.
  • Climate Change Dispatch(link): Hard-right climate denier blog, more or less.
  • Climate Depot(link): Run by Marc Morano, climate denial with a heavy dose of wingnuttery.
  • CO2 Science(link): Run by the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change.
  • Fumento.com(link): Run by Michael Fumento.
  • Junk Science(link): Run by Steve Milloy.
  • LOLWUWT(link): Run by Anthony Watts (warning: Al Gore jokes).
  • Tim Ball's webshite(link): Climate denial with a side of religion, half-assed philosophy, and occasional creationism.
  • Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation(link): Christian organisation advocating a biblical approach to conservation. Can be summed up as 'God made natural resources for Man to exploit, so go ahead and do so.' Also climate change denial, on the grounds that God designed the weather and wouldn't make it too fragile.
  • George C. Marshall Institute(link):
  • 'Science and Environmental Policy Project(link):

[edit] Techies

  • Adam Curry: Former MTV VJ, pioneering podcaster, and completely bonkers conspiracy theorist. Hangs out with notoriously inaccurate tech columnist/hack John C. Dvorak on the No Agenda podcast.
  • Catherine Fitzpatrick/Prokofy Neva: A long-time Second Life troll who fancies herself a protector of intellectual property rights in virtual worlds. Obsessive Red-baiter with a strong — fuck it, pathological — hatred of gift economies in general and open source software in particular (she prefers the term "technocommunism" and needless to say took it really hard when Linden Labs made the SL viewer open source[1]). Claims to have studied journalism in the Soviet Union, but doesn't seem to understand that communism and totalitarianism are not the same thing; she also seems to think the EFF and Google are part of a conspiracy to, um, make it impossible to make money on the net or something, and thinks the IETF is a totalitarian organization because it's run by consensus instead of strict democracy. She appears to fancy herself a libertarian without actually using the word, but her general presentation is overwhelmingly corporatist. [2] She has several blogs, but it suffices merely to Google her screen name or "technocommunism".
  • The guy who runs TotalDrama.net: Displays an unhealthy obsession with gossiping about and generally slagging TWiT.tv and its founder, Leo LaPorte, whose only response thus far has been "trolls gonna troll". Very sexist, fat-shamey, and has what appears to be a near-stalker-level obsession with former-TWiT-now-TechCrunch reporter Sarah Lane. Probably not completely stable.
  • Dave Winer: Not quite a kook in the traditional sense; more of a thundering, pretentious bore who had something to do with the development of RSS, most notably the part where it's stagnated for years because Winer has basically made a hash out of the IP ownership.[3] Has had a grudge against Apple since the early 90s because they created AppleScript instead of licensing his Frontier language. Basically the Alveda King of Mac developers. His place in history is assured, but no one quite knows exactly why because Winer would claim credit for anything he's ever touched.

[edit] Unsorted

  • Anders Björkman: Also goes as Heiwa. Apollo hoax and 9/11 conspiracy theorist. Has no idea how to do energy balances or compute propellant requirements for orbital maneuvers (has notably claimed that the Tsiolkovsky rocket equation is unrelated to this). Offers million-Euro prizes to anyone who shows him to be wrong, and either ignores people who proceed to do so or makes silent corrections to his site in response.
  • Alex Chiu: Marketer of life extension cuff links.
  • Alexander Abian: Insane math professor from Iowa State University (deceased). Believed that a massive rearrangement of the solar system would fix all of humanity's problems. Also believed that "time is mass", and that therefore for time to progress a little bit of matter has to be disappearing from the universe continuously. Was published—in the Weekly World News.
  • Kerry Cassidy: Paranoid nutcase, makes long self-worshipping videos for Youtube.
  • Ed Conrad: Anti-evolutionist kook who believes that man existed as early as the Carboniferous, used to be an insane but "nonspammer" Usenet poster, now spams Usenet in an endless variety of nyms. Other claims of his include that nobody burns in Hell because God told him so (against traditional Christian mythology), insists that miners David Fellin and Hank Throne encountered Yahweh in a mining accident, and pushes 9/11 truth bullshit. Owns the webshites EdConrad.com and EdConrad.Org.
  • Ahmet Cosar: the operator of early Usenet spambot "Serdar Argic"; went on a mad spam frenzy in 1994 pushing anti-Armenian hatred, accusing the Armenians of perpetuating a genocide on Turks and Azeris.
  • Stephen J. Crothers: Physics crank who disputes the existence of black holes.
  • John A. Davison: Professor of Biology at the University of Vermont who believes the Theory of Evolution is a hoax.
  • Mark Dice: Conspiracy theories, science denial, arrogant conservatism.
  • Joseph Farah: Founder of WorldNetDaily and promoter of almost every conspiracy known to man.
  • Robert W. Felix: Cosmic rays explain everything!
  • Bill Gaede: Insists that "mathematical physics" is a religion, and science should only deal with material objects as he understands them, that forces involve double helices (that somehow are more tangible, despite being unobserved), and that the human race is inevitably doomed due to something called a "population pyramid."
  • Ted Holden: Creationist and Velikovskyite known for cyclical trolling of "talk.origins". A Usenet crank going way back. Ted currently posts at the right wing website Free Republic, possibly under the handles wendy1946, GodGunsGuts, or varmintman (or possibly two or three of those)[4][5] and is known for pushing not only Young Earth Creation garbage, but also claiming that science leads to communism and atheism, and that AIDS is a conspiracy created by the government and HIV doesn't cause AIDS. Ted also spent a few years trolling comp.lang.ada. Despite his otherwise tenable standpoint - that the programming language ADA is a failure - his attitude and methods alienated all other readers of the group [6].
  • Jim Humble: "Inventor" of the Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS). On top of claiming he can cure almost any disease with bleach, he also claims to be a billion year old space god from the Andromeda galaxy who used to move solar systems for fun. Sells MMS through a multitude of websites and online stores.
  • David Icke: Weird. Not purely Internet - all over the weirdscape.
  • Ramanand Jhingade: Homeopathy and woo defender at WO, CZ and anywhere else he can grind his axe.
  • Alex Jones: Conspiracy theory loon. On top of having two websites to promote his insanity, also has a radio show.
  • John Kwok: Anti-science and evolution troll.
  • Nancy Lieder: Loopy channeler who hears aliens talking to her in her head. Runs the New Age apocalyptic cult ZetaTalk.
  • Guy McPherson: A hard green blogger and sort of watered-down American Pentti Linkola (or bizarro-world Bjorn Lomborg), McPherson is a professor emeritus of biology who argues that nothing should be done about global warming ... because civilization is already doomed (and he seems to think civilization deserves it anyway). Does no research, apart from cherry-picking other people's work.
  • Gaetano Marano—General aerospace nut. You name it, it's an idea that someone stole from him. Known for mindlessly spamming forums even vaguely related to space until he gets banned.
  • Kevin Martin: Untrained amateur meteorologist who's made an enemy of the entire Internet weather community. Viciously racist and sexist with a habit of flinging violent threats at anyone who calls him out on his shit. Even the US National Weather Service has (in a read-between-the-lines kind of way) told people to ignore him. Basically a dumber and more arrogant version of Vox Day.
  • Miles Mathis: Conspiracy theorist and physics crank who claims that NASA is involved in a massive cover-up to conceal the real value of pi, which according to him is actually 4.
  • Robert McElwaine: Evangelist for Eckankar, as well as a follower of Cold War conspiracy whackjob Dr. Peter Beter and the village idiot of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Known for ARBITRARY capitalization and Usenet spam; died in 2008.
  • Archimedes Plutonium: Janitor at Dartmouth College; known for a bizarre fascination with the plutonium atom and a series of bogus mathematical proofs designed to establish him as the greatest genius on Earth.
  • Gene Ray: An old guy with schizophrenia. Likes to rant about time and cubes. Nobody knows what he's talking about, but college debating societies have invited him to campus to serve as target practice.
  • Jeff Rense: Conspiracy monger and woo-pusher.
  • Jack Sarfatti: A PhD physicist and Geller-gawker in the 70s, a flat out loony on Usenet in the 90s. Once accused PZ Myers of being a self-loathing Jew[7] because PZ's last name is Myers and PZ does not support the Israeli government, which is weird, because PZ isn't actually Jewish and doesn't seem to have any major self-image problems.[8]
  • Martin J Sallberg: Advocates what effectively amounts to destruction of the peer review system at his blog blog He also has another generally nutty blog.
  • "Thrinaxodon": Internet (Not just WWW) loon who is known for boasting "Devonian human origins" nonsense. Similar to Ed Conrad. Born in 1930. Declares himself to be the "ultimate troll". He's apparently appeared on RW a couple of times.
  • Ronald Satz: Proponent of Dewey Larson's Reciprocal Theory.
  • Dana Ullman: Homeopath and author, but so notorious for his online dickery he was awarded his own Internet law.
  • Frank R. Wallace: The now-deceased promoter of Neo-Tech.
  • Sanford Wallace: The king of Internet spam (and proud of it, apparently).
  • Alan Watt: Conspiracy theorist loon, believes everything other than what he teaches is being used to distract us all from the great truth he possesses. Also a climate change denier.
  • Jeffrey Wolynski: A newbie pseudoscientist. He has great potential for the creation of new insane ideas, including but not limited to his own personal theory of stars, in that they cool to become planets, called stellar metamorphosis. Pegs a 9.3 on the loon-o-meter.

[edit] Religion

See the main article on this topic: Religion

[edit] Bible-thumping

  • Aggressive Christianity Missionary Training Corps(link): Bizarre cult loosely based on old Salvation Army screeds.
  • aka Catholic(link): Reactionary, ultratraditionalist Catholic site.
  • Amightywind(link): Rambling, sloppily-designed Pentecostal website with a section on UFOs and aliens. "Breakingwind" might have been a more apt name for this one.
  • BarbWire(link): Matt Barber's website.
  • BASSFZz(link): Made a thirty minute video on why evolution and the people who believe in it are a problem. Is known for making videos attacking feminists and is known is blaming the victims, such as Laci Green for instance, and is amongst those aboard the "Elliott Rodger is mentally ill" bandwagon. Kevin Logan made a video calling him out on his misogyny. [9]
  • Beginning and End(link):
  • Bible Life Ministries(link): Promotes health woo in addition to the usual evangelist message.
  • Bible Gender Roles(link): a website run by a sole man who thinks married men are owed sex even if they abuse their wife, and encourages punishment for your wife if she doesn't put out. He goes as far as suggesting you ignore your wifes face and have sex with her anyway and that God would like that.
  • Brad Harrub(link): A Ph.D. 'scientist' who only does videos on Christian apologetics, creationism, and homophobia. His channel appears to be inactive.
  • Capalert(link): Movie reviews by a fundie. Literally every single one except that for Mary Poppins is negative; and they include complaints about such things as "suggestive eye movements".
  • Catholic Family News(link): Traditionalist Catholic site.
  • Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights(link): Bill Donohue whinges about the non-existent anti-Catholic sentiment exhibited by anything and everything.
  • Chalcedon Foundation(link): Christian Reconstructionist organization founded by R.J. Rushdoony.
  • Christian Courier(link):
  • Christian Persecution in America(link): Apparently 90% of the US's population is complaining about persecution.
  • Christopedia(link): A measly (and thankfully now-dead) pretender to Conservapedia's throne; what was really notable about this webshite were articles on race so horrific they might have made David Duke grimace.
  • Church Militant(link): Utratraditionalist Catholic site.
  • CreationScience(link): YEC who, albeit having good quality videos, debates in the comment section with an annoying arrogant tone. Is famous for using the "it's possible, though because I believe it, it's true" argument in many of his videos. Has been featured on Potholer54's Golden Crocoduck competition. Formerly known as jesse8857
  • creationtoday(link): The reboot of Cseministry, run by Eric Hovind.
  • Cseministry(link): Kent Hovind's ministry (now run by his less than stellar son Eric).
  • Cutting Edge Ministries(link): mixture of fundamentalist Christianity and conspiracy theories.
  • Escape All These Things(link): A site that takes an assload of verses in the Bible out of context, and forms a "map" of the end times.
  • Evidence for God(link): Shoehorns science into the Bible. Nothing new to say.
  • Eye2EyeIIIV(link): A YEC and a supporter of Kent Hovind and pseudoscience.
  • First Things(link): Ecumenical, conservative "journal of religion and public life", more thoughtful and erudite than most but nonetheless decidedly right-wing in orientation. Founded by Richard John Neuhaus, a Lutheran pastor turned Catholic priest, after his expulsion from the Rockford Institute over his (well-founded) charges that the organization was friendly to anti-Semitsm and nativism.
  • Fish Eaters(link): Ultratraditionalist Catholic site.
  • Fixedearth.com(link): Time Cube with a fundamentalist Christian spin.
  • Fronda.pl(link): Not much to say. Batshit insane zealots, great for "moherowe berety[wp].
  • G Man(link): An obnoxious man child who defends Biblical slavery. Doesn't believe starving children Christians exist.[10]
  • GEERUP(link): Also an shill for alternative medicine, and heir to the VenomFangX channel.
  • Geronami(link): A fundamentalist Christian preacher named KJ Paul. He is a physician originally from Hyderabad yet he disregards evolution as nothing but "the devils work". He's made videos vehemently criticizing Eastern religions (especially Hinduism), Atheism, and American left-wing policics while giving his support to the American religious rights. He's a brown-skinned Jerry Falwell!
  • God and Country(link):
  • Heavyduty3737(link): User:conservative of conservapedia fame.
  • iEmanuella(link): Came out as a friend who said she wasn't like most of the other Christians and said her channel would be that of love.[11] Eventually made a video called "Real Talk on Homosexuality" where she compared being gay to shooting children.[12] Granted, that was her only video in regard to being a bigoted fundamentalist Christian, as far as we know, but it was the video that ruined her career on YouTube.
  • In Plain Site(link): Just another Christian site that claims to have "proof" of God's existence.
  • Jack Chick(link): The infamous Christian cartoonist, complete with conspiracy theories and enough strawmen to make cowardly lions and tin men completely redundant.
  • James Lyman (as OneChristianVoice(link)): He is an extremely sexist, homophobic, bigoted street preacher. His videos typically consist of him screaming and ranting at pedestrians, pissing them off in the process. While most of his content involves him bashing other religions, homosexuals, and females, he has also made bizarre videos criticizing Avatar Toys, Family Guy, Veggie Tales, and dirty cars.
  • James Morre (as THENEWJMONEY507(link)): Makes Hell threats on other videos.
  • Jesus Is Savior(link): Run by David J. Stewart, allegedly a child sex offender[13] and neo-prohibitionist who bravely works to expose everything in the world as evil.
  • Jezuzfreek777(link): A rather dull, boring creationist who has defended slavery and rape, yet has a rare quality not found in other creationists: belief in free speech.
  • Joshua Feuerstein(link): Paul Blart lookalike with a serious case of Vertical Video Syndrome. Fails horribly (and often humorously) to legitimately challenge scientific theories and logical arguments against the existence of God from his car.
  • Kent Hovind's blog from prison(link): Veers between ignorance, megalomania, and just plain weirdness.
  • MegaSage007(link): A YEC Geocentrist youtuber who insists on atheism being a faith, having no morals, and being self-refuting. Dismisses science offhand with the fervor of an egotistical layman. Claims to have found Jesus a few decades ago, and apparently hasn't bought a razor since that time.
  • Mere Comments(link):
  • Movieguide(link): Christian "pro-family", "pro-life", anti-gay, and whatnot film reviews, and whining about the Hollywood agenda.
  • Mundabor's Blog(link): Another ultra-traditionalist Catholic fanatic.
  • mysticalforest(link): A heavy right-wing religious conservative YEC who bashes evolution, science, non-Christians, or anyone who leans any other way. Out of touch with reality and believes Fox News is the most reliable news source (wait, that's redundant).
  • NephilimFree(link): A YEC Christian who likes the sound of his own voice, and has posted a large number of videos. He always wears headphones, either for that "finger on the pulse" look, or for going "lalala I can't hear you"? "I hope you find something interesting here," he says. He is even a geocentrist. His general creepiness (and his comments about stoning children) have given him the informal nickname of "PedophilimFail."
  • Now the End Begins(link): Principally an end times fearmongering website positing that Obama is a Muslim poised to institute martial law, etc., but it also contains everything from Jack-Chickian all-non-Christians-are-doomed-to-Hell preachery to stuff about secret government weather control projects to gun nuttery to stuff about Ray Kurzweil and the Singularity among other things.
  • Operation Save America(link): Formerly Operation Rescue.
  • Patriactionary(link):
  • Peace by Jesus(link): Mid-90s style site with excessive use of multiple colors and Comic Sans.
  • Plugged-In Online(link):
  • PPSIMMONS(link): A group of YEC Christians who makes many videos attacking evolution and promoting intelligent design. They repeat old creationist arguments and search for any scientific article that mentions "design" in any form to conclude that scientists do recognize design in nature, and thus must require an intelligent designer.
  • Presidential Prayer Team(link): Seems to be as much "support the troops" jerks and George W. Bush jerks as Jesus freaks. Mark Twain's ‘’War Prayer’’ applies here.
  • Rapture Letters(link): As if leaving your nearest and dearest behind when the Rapture comes isn't bad enough, now you can send them a smarmy letter, gloating about how great life in Heaven is, while they suffer the torments of the damned.
  • Rapture Ready(link): A psychotically-paranoid echo chamber of rapture believers encouraging each other to be mentally ill.
  • Reasonable Faith(link): William Lane Craig's apologist site filled with its author's hallmarks: mixing fundamentalist apologetics with philosophically sounding sophist window dressing. Useful for debunking due to its huge number of transcripts of Craig's debates and to contrast his academic airs in these with his naked fundamentalism in the site's Q&A section in which Craig counsels the faithful. Named after Craig's magnum opus.
  • Repent and Prepare the Way(link):
  • Shockofgod(link): YEC and best internet friend of Conservapedia's Conservative. Makes videos by pointing his webcam at the computer screen creating hideous aliasing. Has ignored repeated requests and beggings to download Capture Fox. Never has anything original to say. His videos mostly consist of him reading Conservapedia pages and giggling to himself, sometimes on his motorcycle in order to compensate for his.
  • Society for the Practical Establishment and Perpetuation of the TEN COMMANDMENTS(link):
  • Society of St. Pius X(link): Ultratraditionalist, neo-monarchist, rabidly anti-Semitic Catholic sect.
  • StateofDaniel(link): During the iEmanuella controversy from December 2013 into early 2014, Daniel was one of the few Christians to stick his neck out and actually defend her, despite the bigoted comments she made towards consenting adults having sex with each other regardless what the gender of their partner is. Claims that people like MrRepzion were responsible for bullying her off YouTube, despite the fact that MrRepzion has spoken out against the bullying that she has received, and then proceeds to bash Laci Green regarding abortion clinics being under attack, to the point where he even called the video Womb Raider. Anti-atheist as proven in his video Gay vs. Christian.
  • Support Christian Porn(link): Pornograhpy the way Jesus intended. Our minds are blown. Poe or the real thing? You be the judge.
  • Sword At-The-Ready(link):
  • The American Vision(link): Dominionism.
  • The Orthosphere(link): Another blog for ultrareactionary "throne and altar" types .
  • The Path of Truth(link):
  • The Way of the Master(link): Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort's evangelist show and home of the banana fallacy.
  • TheAtheistAntidote(link): A Christian YEC, apologist, and exposed plagiarist.
  • TheInterlang (Langdon Parks)(link): A vlogger who makes videos about how evolution is a lie, homosexuality isn't real love, dubstep will make us go deaf, and transgender people are counterfeit. His earlier videos show him wearing a fedora and sunglasses. He is known for his weird facial expressions, his reliance on biased websites, and his monotone voice. He also admits he used to think he was a bisexual.
  • Throne and Altar(link): Ultratraditionalist Catholic site "devoted to defending the legitimate authority of God, tradition, fathers, and kings against the diabolical partisans of freedom and equality."
  • No Greater Joy(link): Michael and Debi Pearl provide instructions on how to beat the disobedience out of your kids.
  • Tom Wattkins (as Bride In the Wilderness(link): The end is here! Apparently thinks the 144,000 will see his obscure Youtube Video. At least he doesn't think Obama is the Antichrist.
  • Tradition in Action(link): Another reactionary Catholic site.
  • Truthislife7 (as truthislife7(link)): Blatant lies in a nutshell. Galileo was a myth, The Bible says the Earth was round, and we're... misrepresenting Pascal's Wager... Just because we're not quoting his entire pensees book...
  • TruthShock TV(link): All about how the government is the satanic, Illuminati NWO that will usher in the Biblical end times.
  • Unam Sanctam Catholicam(link): Still more reactionary Catholicism.
  • VenomFangX(link): Barely sane young man who apparently retired from YouTube when his mom and dad discovered his illegal and morally dubious charity drive. As September 2013, he seems to endorse AIG's 3D movie Genesis[14]. He has posted a Youtube movie in which he and Eric Hovind interview Ray Comfort on his movie GodvsEvolution.[15]
  • Vine and Fig Tree(link): A site that was dedicated to "Anarcho-Calvinism," a simultaneously Christian fundamentalist and anarchist form of government. Now defunct.
  • Wild Bill for America(link): A teabagger known for his rhetorical rants against homosexuality, abortion, Islam and atheists. Intends to bring back the "Biblical principles that were the key of our founding fathers".

[edit] Quran-thumping

  • Alminbar(link): Extremist website with Anti-Semetic, pro-Hitler content, calls for women to be completely subjugated to inferiority. It even has a whole section on the evils of the World Cup. It constantly complains of the "filth" that all nonbelievers spread, and that they should all be hated.
  • Calltoislam(link):
  • Dawah Man(link) YouTube proselytizer from the United Kingdom known best for a video about atheists drinking sperm because they have no morals. His real name is Imran ibn Mansur.
  • Harun Yahya(link): One of the more well-known Muslim creationists. Once included a fishing lure in a "natural history" book.
  • Islamic Awakening(link): The forum deserves a special mention for the sheer amount of bloodlust.
  • Islamic Network(link): Islamic website which requires a password and account to view. It includes horrific content about women, gays, and apostates.
  • Islamophobia Watch(link): Not strictly a Muslim site, but apparently dedicated to defending any and all Muslims from criticism no matter how nutty they are. It also has some anti-semitism.
  • Muslims Against Crusades(link): Now banned, and probably back under another yet another new name.
  • Salafimedia(link): Extremist videos, led by Abu Waleed who has claimed that "We will put the niqab on even Queen Elizabeth".
  • Ummah.com(link): Islamic forum with hordes of hardliners and extremists, and noted to be similar to Islamic Awakening.

[edit] Hindutva

  • Hindu Existence(link): advocates the creation of a Hindu State in India, promotes Ayurveda, and advises its readers to "Keep some actual weapons in your Puja (worship) Place. Worship them and use them against your enemies, enemies of Hindus." [16]
  • Hindu Unity Against Anti-Hindus(link):
  • Stephen Knapp(link): pseudoscience-promoting site. Its description reads: "This has become a huge site with lots of information for the promotion of personal and social spiritual development, especially by using the Vedic path. This site has something for everyone interested in Spiritual Enlightenment, Eastern Philosophy, the Vedas, Vedic Culture, Yoga, Hinduism, reincarnation, or life after death." It provides links to websites of Hindutva organizations.[17]

[edit] Lack-of-religious-text-thumping

  • TheAmazingAtheist(link): Makes videos on religion, politics, media and other topics. Used to be a jerk, but has mellowed out. Still a jerk with some nasty stupidity issues and rape apology.
  • Amos Yee(Link). What's defendable is his Freedom of Expression regarding the mocking of religion, for which he is currently being unfairly persecuted for in his home country of Singapore. What's less defendable is his support for the legalisation of child pornography.
  • Angie The Antitheist(link): An antitheist blogger who caused a stir by filming her RU-486 induced abortion and posting a video of it to YouTube. For this stunt, she got to go on CNN.
  • Anthony Fantano (as theneedledrop)(link): Internet music reviewer who reviews bad hip hop albums. Recently dipped his toes into the waters of anti-feminism. In a collaboration video with The Amazing Atheist titled "Questions White Men Have for SJWs", he suggested feminists should kill themselves by drinking bleach. "Have you tried this shit? It's great." [18]
  • Armoured Skeptic(link): His main body of work consists of rebuttals to creationist Christian arguments in videos by his character (a guy in a modern suit and a knight helmet) and seems to consist of pure snark, minus citations, in monotone (which he uses on everything from the standard creationist crap, to really crappy movies, and his friends' inability to identify the Millennium Falcon from the U.S.S. Enterprise). He is noted for his interest in medieval history and knightliness and his rejection of groupthink or identity politics. The controversial part only comes when he discusses, albeit briefly, culture wars: he calls himself "neutral" towards Gamergate, though he believes the movement genuinely started as a response to gaming ethics (which ruffles feathers on just about every side). Doesn't like RW very much, questions its name.[19][20]
  • Asalieri(link): Compared a pro-transgender webcomic to those done by PETA, thinks that transgenders who speak up about their identities are attention seekers.
  • TheAtheistGamer(link): Is known for making videos against feminism and is known for yelling and cursing almost every sentence. Made a video attacking an 11 year old little girl for wearing a FCKH8 t-shirt. After internet music reviewer Danny Korcz, known as 94SideKick, called him out for doing so in his commentary on Undoomed's video response to Maja Anushka, TAG doubled down and went after Danny too. TAG became one of the biggest fanboys of Undoomed to the point where most of the videos the latter responds to are sent him by TAG.
  • Atheism-is-Unstoppable(link): AKA Devon Tracey, is a narcissistic, islamophobic neo-atheist with borderline racist and misogynist views. He constantly defends police brutality with the same arguments you hear from far-right people, that "well, they were obviously dangerous and they are criminals, so it's fine to beat them and attack them even without weapons. He also uses the term Regressive non-stop, even calling Lawrence Krauss a regressive for not supporting far-right policies on the Middle East and spying on Muslims. As your typical butthurt anti-progressive (in the same zone as Pat Condell), he makes extremely long videos (almost all of his videos are at least 30 minutes long) picking apart videos of people who he perceives to be too progressive, although they largely just consist of Ad-hominem attacks and cursing. TheYoungTurks and Secular Talk are some of his favorite targets. Also, for some bizarre reason tends to use a picture of one of his favourite musicians, Kurt Cobain (a well known leftist), while criticizing people who would have the same views. He often blocks those who criticize him, proving that his support for free speech is only a one-way street.
  • Atticus TheDeathMetaller(link): Blames SJW's for the success of Donald Trump in the 2016 election and for enabling racial Islam.
  • Bearing(link): Is known for making videos against feminism and claimed that Laci Green was being classless despite in that same video response to her, Bearing made the claim saying, "Yeah, I think I'm going to wait for the porno version comes out. The Cunting Ground," in regards to her not being able to wait until the documentary "The Hunting Ground", a film that serves as a documentary about sexual assaults that happens across college campuses, comes out. Is known for hiding behind the disguise of the bear from the Total Drama series.
  • BionicDance(link): Rabid and screaming (of the same two arguments for 638 videos) lesbian atheist of DOOM! Animator, skeptic, advocate of reason. Also a well-known blocker, who assumes all criticism is simply trolling and often swears excessively at her opponents, including many atheists. Among other things she's gone into the comments section of a harmless parody video to accuse the maker of trying to start drama for subs,[21] and has said that people who choose to identify as "agnostic" are cowards.[22] Her commentary on religions often shows a fairly shallow understanding of the beliefs of the people she's criticizing (she once suggested that the phrase "til death do us part" indicated a lack of thought on the part of Christians, since they believed in life after death. She was apparently unaware that the book of Matthew explicitly states that after the resurrection formerly married couples would be "like angels", thus invalidating marriage contracts). Has recently become an infrequent co-host/guest on the radio show Ask an Atheist.
  • Bluemagus(link): Made a few videos debunking Anita Sarkeesian's videos. Attempted to call out Cody Briscoe as a white knight, a term that anti-feminists give to males who side with the feminist movement suggesting they only side with the movement to get laid...despite the fact that Cody is gay.
  • BurnCoalition(link): Has the title tagline, Burning Sense into Morons. Made a video trying to burn sense into Cammeyahbams when he came out as a feminist.
  • calpurnpiso(link): Possibly an atheist, or possibly a reverse-Poe. He insists that all religious people suffer from psychosis, and refers to atheists as "mentally healthy" (apparently unaware that mental illness can occur in atheists). Most of his videos are incoherent rants, with countless bizarre tangents. Strangely, he seems to show almost no compassion to the "psychotics", frequently calling them "stupid", "morons", and "imbeciles".
  • charmingman93(link):
  • Dprjones(link): A once well respected atheist and lawyer who assisted many users, including Thunderf00t, through rough times of mass censorship by religious YouTube users. Unfortunately, because of his association with Thunderf00t, he has some "questionable" claims about feminism, specifically regarding Rebecca Watson.
  • Dusty Smith(link): Atheist who appears to have a bit of an ego problem and is a bit of a jerk, although it's very likely this is all just an act. Cannot go 10 seconds without swearing.
  • fringeelements(link): Said this: "Whites, by far, are the least racist people on the planet as well. This doesn’t have to do with implicit or brain-stem racism. If a black man is standing behind me, I am more concerned than if a white man is, and that’s an entirely rational way to feel. Anyone who says that’s “wrong” is telling you to put human-creationist insanity above your own safety."[23] Enough said. A notable moment in his Youtube career being his asswhopping in a debate over Genetics, Race, and Intelligence by theskepticalheretic.[24][25][26][27][28]
  • Introverted Smiles(link): Ex-Muslim youtuber who makes popular videos criticizing Islam, though also several videos bashing Muslim YouTubers. In one exchange, he claimed that "all muslims make me sick" and started referring to muslims as "Sandn***ers". [29] (check in comment section)
  • Jaclyn Glenn(link): Female Atheist and MRA apologist who has multiple times criticized Feminism. Jumped on the Elliot Rodger "mental illness" bandwagon. Former buddy of The Amazing Atheist. In her video against Kim Davis, plagiarized Theoretical Bullshit's points almost note for note and word for word. Perhaps not quite as bad as some other entries on this list, she does also make legitimate criticisms of religion, holds some pro-feminist views (often in the context of religious chauvinism) and is a very vocal supporter of LGBT rights. Your call.
  • Martin J. Willett(link): Rotund racist conservative, trying to act like the new Pat Condell. Except he's somehow found a way of making even more boring videos and he's known for kissing the backside of white nationalists such as HeyRuka but he's so not a racist because he keeps insisting in a hissy voice that he isn't and therefore it must be true.
  • MrRepzion(link): A former Christian YouTuber who has been known for being hit or miss. When he's hit, he's defended people who have autism, defended gay marriage, called out Sam Pepper for sexual reaction, and in that same Sam Pepper video, he linked Laci Green's petition calling him out for his sexual harassment. When he's miss, however, he's a hypocrite. He's against feminism, made video responses to Anita Sarkeesian, thinks suicide is beautiful, and at one point, threatened that he would kill himself if he didn't find a girlfriend before he hit 25. Is also buddy-buddy with The Amazing Atheist.
  • MundaneMatt(link): 2edgy4me Pro-GamerGater and misogynist. Made an entire video dedicated to Confederate Flag-apology.
  • NakedApe(link): An antitheist and MRA who considers feminism a "hate group". He also hates Muslim immigration, often using similar language to Geert Wilders. He misrepresents arguments of those he opposes, in the same vein as Vernaculis or Atheism-is-Unstoppable.
  • NateTalksToYou(link): Victim blaming and trying to downplay sexual assault.
  • Onision(link): In spite of being an atheist who is also a feminist, the controversy from Onision comes from the fact that he threatened that people who refuse to become vegetarians should be killed. He also made exploitive videos such as those towards his girlfriend Shiloh and exploited her sepsis disease (this was later revealed to be an act by Shiloh). Despite his label of feminist, there have been videos in the past to prove that he is a complete misogynist. The only good thing he did on his channel was call out Evalion for her neo-Nazi propaganda. Has embraced the use of the term 'feminazi' in the past, and has stated his belief that women are superior to men.
  • Pat Condell(link): British vlogger with a particular emphasis on anti-Islam commentary regurgitating whatever utter tripe the Daily Mail has fed him, sometimes to the point of bigotry. He doesn't like the European Union and once spoke favorably of the racist, far-right UK Independence Party because they also oppose it.
  • RanterInShades(link): Agnostic deist who exercises his first amendment rights vlog-style. Is a supporter of #MetalGate, think #GamerGate only for Metal music. Even has a video entitled, "Hey SJW's! #MetalGate Is Still Here!"
  • Shane Killian(link): A holdover from the early days of YouTube atheism. His original Bogosity series focused on debunking your typical targets of skepticism: Moon landing hoaxes, creationism, etc. In later years his focus has shifted from general skepticism to promoting extreme libertarianism. He's come out in support of GamerGate on numerous occasions (despite admissions that he doesn't fully understand it), and has uploaded an epic 40-minute-long video "explaining" feminism. Tends to call people who disagree with him in the comments LIARS in all caps.
  • Shoe0nhead(link): Egalitarian atheist from New York. Is known for making videos attacking feminism, most commonly the pay gap, in spite of the fact that she only bases that argument based on white men to white women and doesn't even regard the other races. In a relationship with the Armoured Skeptic. She also has less-than-cordial relationship with the MGTOW movement.
  • Sketchy White Dude(link): Made videos calling out feminism, such as "Church of Intersectional Feminism" and made fun of both Steve Shives and Kevin Logan.
  • Thunderf00t(link): Came to prominence for making his series "Why do People Laugh at Creationists?" as well as his intractable defense of free speech. Has frequently been the target of false DMCAs, and his anti-Islamic views have somehow ironically provoked controversy. Unfortunately, he also got thrown off of Freethoughtblogs.com within two weeks of his first post for defending sexism and causing back-channel drama. Has devoted most of his post-FTB time to manufacturing more controversy by waging his own personal war against feminism despite refusing to educate himself in the least about the subject (tl;dr: outed himself as a hypocrite).
  • TruthofthePeople(link): Wouldn't be bothered by feminism that much if, according to Truth himself, "feminist doctrine inherently blames society and 'male values' for their problems."
  • Tyler Preston(link): He devotes almost the entirety of his channel to attacking progressives, and seemingly anyone who wishes for their minority's position in society to improve. Believes moderate Muslims do not exist, supports (and completely misrepresents) Donald Trump's immigration policy and believes anti-trans bathroom protesters have legitimate concerns.
  • Undoomed(link): A hypocritical anti-feminist hiding behind the disguise of Slender Man. In his video response made towards Maja Anushka, he claimed that she was a broken record for constantly making videos about feminism, despite the fact that a good majority of his videos were about feminism. Many of his videos mainly just consist of him making insults towards the person without providing any actual evidence to back up his claims. Strawmanned Lifeofaunicorn's video where she came out and talked about her feminist experience, even the opening graphic of the video appeared, as the title of that video is called, "I'm an Idiot (Thanks for Admitting It!)". A good majority of response videos are made to teenage girls who are brave enough to get in front of a camera and calmly admit that they're feminists or why they're feminists.
  • Vernaculis(link): Recognized by his voodoo doll head avatar, he is an aspiring journalist who spends most of his time criticizing the media and "dangerous ideologies", and is of the same anti-progressive bent as Sargon of Akkad (who endorsed him) above. His arguments, however, are best described as "appeal to ridicule", in that he presents the opposing viewpoint in such a way that makes the viewpoint ridiculous, usually by misrepresenting or exaggerating the argument and making his opponents out to be disingenuous manipulators. He consistently expresses an outright denial of research that opposes his viewpoints (such as the wage gap, workplace discrimination, or gun control), he quite literally goes TL;DR for studies that contradict his views, and he frequently contradicts himself in his own videos (saying it is "arrogant" to presume that anyone votes incorrectly, while also saying that it is "unintelligent" to vote for a woman based on her gender, in the same video). One of the newer anti-progressives on the block, he is fervently anti-feminist (believing that it is authoritarianism on the level of George Orwell's 1984), he dabbles in mild transphobia, and he holds Gamergate to be an example of good journalism. He denies or downplays systematic discrimination in Congress, politics, and the workplace, defended the cops who murdered Eric Garner, once implied that the election of Barack Obama is a sign of a post-racial society, and defended the Confederate Flag by denying that it is a symbol of racism or treason.
  • Warcorpse666(link): An obnoxiously overgrown man-child known for drinking beer and making video game reviews with absolutely no detail whatsoever. Is notable for criticizing the concept of feminism, especially his rants on Anita Sarkeesian and Marinashutup. Made a video where calling out somebody who supported the hashtag, #FreeKesha, because God forbid a rape victim be forced to remain with the person who raped her.

[edit] Torah-thumping

  • Aish.com(link): A Jewish website; the man in charge of the "Ask a Rabbi" section made FSTDT[30] for his terrible advice to a transsexual.
  • Torah Philosophy(link): Blog run by an Orthodox Jew who really hates atheists.
    "Jewish philosopher": Owner of Torah Philosophy

[edit] Miscellaneous religious text-thumping

  • The Emerson Avenger(link): A guy who rails against Unitarian Universalism in a manner akin to Ken DeMeyer's railing against atheism.
  • Eye of Woden(link): Conspiracy theories and white nationalism in the name of the Divine Self-Harmer.
  • Nationalist Asatru News(link): Odinists gather in their united hatred of Jews. Worth a look for the brilliant dating system ("Published: 6th Æfterra Jéola 2014 / 6th day After Yule 2264.RE")

[edit] Unsorted

  • Russ Ewert: Owner of newjerusalemcalendar, completely obsessed with a calender of his own creation. He claims that if the world switched to it there would be world peace. On various conspiracy sites he trolls threads to insert comments about his calendar that are typically completely off topic. He occasionally purports himself to be a new messiah, having recently started using the moniker Pope Russ or Pope Russell .
  • Jason Gastrich: Obsessive Biblical inerrantist with a knack for not going away when ordered. Shoot-on-sight banned at Wikipedia. Was given a trial unbanning and managed to get himself rebanned that very same day for sockpuppetry.[31]
  • Kent Hovind: Recently released from jail, creationist propagandist, fundamentalist wingnut, semi-literate hack, and tax protester. His son Eric has carried on in his wake, and is every bit as ludicrous as his father, and quite a bit less influential.
  • Ray Martinez: Self-described "Old Earth/Young Biosphere Protestant Evangelical Creationist-Designist." Troll at talk.origins as well as the CvE forums and other creationist websites. Tried his hand at Conservapedia for a while but took his ball and went home after his particular brand of wingnuttery was found to be unacceptable. Believes that the Bible is innerrant, that the Great Pyramid is a physical representation of the Bible, that Atlantis exists in the Atlantic Ocean and that its existence is proven by the fact that eels return to the Atlantic to spawn. Has been on the verge of publishing a paper that will demolish Darwinism for about 5–7 years now. All questions that seem to undermine his arguments will be answered in his paper. A Ray Martinez Dictionary is available to translate his various positions.
  • Diana Napolis, Internet handle Karen "Curio" Jones: Ex-therapist who believes there is a vast Satanic conspiracy attempting to cover up widespread ritual abuse. Known for harassing psychologist Elizabeth Loftus on-line and spent a year in jail for stalking Hollywood celebrities.
  • Alan O'Reilly: Creationist, geocentrist, huge racist. Involved with the British National Party.
  • Bob Sorensen, sometimes known as "PiltdownSuperman.": A litigious creationist prone to projection.
  • Paul Parnitzke: Uses the pseudonym 'Paul Vogel'; cosmotheist; blind fanatic; regularly projects his own behaviors onto others; pathological affinity for the word 'ilk'; got banned from wikipedia for persistent POV-pushing.
  • Yerranos: Owner/manager of this site. Just weird, not your average YEC fundamentalist but much worse.
  • Dennis Bates: runs a bizarre conspiracy site Muscle Missions which claims that bodybuilding is a huge Satanic conspiracy. The site includes various articles and videos with content resembling paranoid schizophrenia (such as a claim that bodybuilder Jay Cutler was caught on video making a Satanic hand symbol), and even offers a subscription to a weird magazine with a beach-buff Satan on the front page.

[edit] Politics

[edit] Conservative, right-wing, and reactionary

  • 6oodfella(link): Scottish anti-feminist wingnut who is subscribed to the white nationalist YouTube channels of David Duke and "Libertarian Realist". But look on the bright side! At least he's subscribed to some black libertarian/conservative channels!
  • 28 Sherman(link):
  • Ace of Spades HQ(link): Ostensibly "humor-driven" wingnut blog.
  • Accuracy in Media(link):
  • A.K. Dart(link):
  • Allen B. West(link): Allen West's "News Site" that uses crazy, capitalized letters in each of their headlines, followed by a textbook load of opinionated and biased journalism.
  • American Decency Association:(link): Yet another anti-gay conservative Christian hate group trying to peddle an affable, friendly persona (à la Concerned Women for America, Focus on the Family, ETC...); this one places an emphasis on disparaging sexuality in the media.
  • American Enterprise Institute(link):
  • American Family Association(link): Donald Wildmon's anti-LGBT, anti-sex media boycott machine, and the sponsor of the OneNewsNow propaganda website.
  • Family Research Council(link): Homophobia wrapped up as family values.
  • American Thinker(link):
  • The American View(link):
  • Angry White Dude(link): A fat, vain Texan internet tough guy who rants and raves about Obama, blacks, feminists, socialism and all the other stock conservative pet peeves.
  • AnonymousConservative(link): Liberals are mentally deranged because r/K selection theory and the most outright batshit insane evolutionary and pop psychology you can (and can't) imagine. So over the top it's possibly a parody.
  • Anonymous Cop(link):
  • The Anti-Democracy Activist(link): Neoreactionary blog.
  • The Anti-Gnostic(link): Another neoreactionary blog.
  • Apocalypse Cometh(link):
  • Atlas Shrugs(link): Despite the title, is not so much a Randroid website as the cornerstone of anti-Islamic hatred in America. Led by deranged blogger and SPLC-nominated hatemonger Pamela Geller.
  • BarbaraCargill.com(link):
  • BernardGoldberg.com(link):
  • Being Conservative(link): In concept, just a Facebook like page, nothing bad in and of itself. In implementation, basically a more shareable Liberal Logic 101. Probably the most telling part of this page is that its image is of Ronald Reagan.
  • The Blaze(link):
  • Breitbart.com(link):
  • BrothersJudd Blog(link):
  • CaidenCowgerShow(link): Came to prominence back in June of 2012 with his video Official Obama is Making Kids Gay![32] He is known for not reading articles past the headlines. Wrote a book entitled "Restoring America" featuring hateful language towards the left wing, doesn't cite the textbooks he had, wants Christianity to be taught more in schools in spite of the fact that a good majority of the American public is Christian and already know the stories, and he has piss poor grammar.
  • Canada Free Press(link): Because Canada has wingnuts too.
  • The Comical Conservative(link): Wingnuttery, more Liberal Logic 101, borderline Tea Party worship, and this one doesn't even try to hide teh Conservative bias.
  • Concerned Women for America(link):
  • Conservapedia(link):
  • Conservative Daily(link): Another Facebook Like page. Essentially they spin every news story a conservative way (and they even do party switches if they need to), except without the slogan "Fair and Balanced". All that needs to be said is that its image is Ronald Reagan in front of an American flag.
  • The Conservative Papers(link):
  • Cultural Heresy(link): Neoreactionary blog.
  • Davis M.J. Aurini(link): (Possibly) Alcoholic Canadian third-positionist vlogger and Sci-Fi novelist whose views on race and gender steer pretty close to Eugenics territory. Like pretty much every far right vlogger, he has delusions of being a philosopher. His videos mostly consist of him sitting around regurgitating things he reads off Wikipedia or some other site with slight changes in verbal format and tuned up to his favor, but he acts very classy in the process, so he can't be wrong. Does get some points for prior service in the Royal Canadian Army (who are famous for their leet hand-to-hand combat skillz) and the fact that he doesn't flail his arms about and act like a total psycho (in contrast to most in the far-right vlogosphere), but that's probably because he's smoking cigars and drinking scotch in nearly every video he's in. Has a blog called Stares at goats the world.
  • DebbieSchlussel.com(link):
  • Dissident Prof(link):
  • Drinkingwithbob(link): Queens, NY-based crack addicted comedian Bob Thompson does political and cultural commentary, usually taking Fox News/Rush Limbaugh/WorldNetDaily/other wingnut talking points at face value while acting like he's talking politics at the bar: [33] e.g. "Obama is a socialist", "the government is broke,"[34] "the illegals are invading,"[35] in a ranting, fast-talking, outraged manner ending with "What's next? What's next?" and five seconds of cool-off silence. Thompson has done commentary on the KNBC program The Filter[36][37] and even the RT network.[38]
  • Eagle Forum(link): Phyllis Schlafly's blubbering blog.
  • Face to Face(link):
  • Family Security Matters(link): A paranoid, jingoistic warmongering website that once advocated that George W. Bush nuke Iraq and proclaim himself president for life.
  • Fanghorn Forest(link): Neoreactionary site.
  • Focus on the Family(link):
  • Flopping Aces(link):
  • Fox News(link):
  • Free Conservatives(link): A third wheel to FR and WND. Is now dead.
  • Free Northerner(link): Neoreactionary blogger.
  • Free Republic(link): WorldNetDaily's twin, in a more thread-like format; serves as basically a forum for die-hard supporters of the latest right-wing sensation, such as Glenn Beck.
  • Freedom Outpost(link): "Freedom" is used ironically.
  • FrontPage Mag(link): David Horowitz's online magazine, which grows more unhingedly wingnutty with every passing year.
  • The Future Primaeval(link): Neoreactionary site.
  • The Gateway Pundit(link):
  • GOPUSA(link): Takes stock wingnut positions on virtually everything. Has a rabidly homophobic comments section as well.
  • GrasstopsUSA(link):
  • Hestia Society(link): Neoreactionary site.
  • Hot Air(link): It was founded by Michelle Malkin. Need we say more?
  • Human Events(link): An old right-wing rag gone online and a sister company of poison-pen politics publisher Regnery Publishing. Publishes the latest screeds of Newt Gingrich, Ann Coulter, Pat Buchanan, and even Chuck Norris.
  • Hunter Avallone(link): Christian YouTuber who said he was just a normal person who didn't want to shove his beliefs down people's throats, especially without using threats of "if you don't convert to my way of thinking, you'll go to hell". But where Hunter knows how to handle things in regards to his religion, where he fails is... everywhere else. He's anti-transgender and an anti-feminist. Bases what he sees regarding the topic of feminism on YouTube videos to the point where he thinks that the movement is cancer. Proved how pathetic he truly was when he made a video entitled "The Truth about Transgenders", that even Shoe0nhead and Blaire White, two prominent anti-feminists on YouTube, called him out on. Despite this, he accuses somebody else of being pathetic by then insulting a woman calmly talking to a camera, even quote-mining what she had to say, especially the part when she said that she needed feminism because of how unsafe her transgendered friends are, instead choosing to focus on the bit where the young woman said that she believes they live in a rape culture. Like TheAtheistGamer above, is a fanboy of Undoomed.
  • Instapundit(link):
  • Jace Connors(link): Not only is he the Internet's most outspoken mall ninja (he claims to be a "retired Marine" despite it being blatantly obvious he's never seen any combat and purports to be the commander of an armed militia consisting mainly of his idiot friends), he also believes Obama is openly a Muslim and runs a regular segment called "Fact Zone" on his weekly livestream show in which he discusses the evils of Islam, feminism, Obamacare, and homosexuality, among other things. In what should surprise absolutely no one, none of his followers and callers take him seriously, instead preferring to troll him. Or at least that was what everyone thought. As one of GamerGate's most unhinged promoters, "Connors" openly threatened target Brianna Wu over a period of several months, eventually being revealed as comedian Jan Rankowski, a member of the sketch/provocateur group Million Dollar Extreme, leading to absolutely everyone on both sides hating him.
  • Jason Mattera(link): Former activist for Young America's Foundation and author of Obama Zombies: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation. In 2010, he became editor of Human Events magazine at age 27. As the Human Events editor, he hosted a satirical clip mocking Kwanzaa as a "crackpot holiday."[39] In addition, he has also done ambush interviews at Capitol Hill, basically throwing right-wing talking points at Democratic members of Congress.[40] One in which he complained to Senator Al Franken about a provision in the health care reform bill spending seven billion dollars for jungle gyms got him much negative attention.[41] Mattera's video where he confronted White House press secretary Robert Gibbs "if he ever feels dirty defending this administration's lies and deception" also has had a bad reception on YouTube.[42]
  • John Birch Society(link):
  • KassieDill (as LibertyChickLive(link): An anti-feminist Christian. She is best known on YouTube for a surprising lack of common sense, weird comments, and ridiculous personal beliefs.
  • KeyWiki(link):
  • Libertarian Republican.net(link): And a fourth wheel.
  • Liberty Dwells(link):
  • LifeSiteNews(link): A Canadian online magazine that's essentially the nutty right-wing twin of Globalresearch.ca‎. Pro-life and ultratraditionalist drivel with a slew of conspiracy-mongering aside, it has more similarities to its moonbat counterpart than its contributors would outwardly admit.
  • The Mad Monarchist(link): A Texan monarchist blog that's reactionary against just about everything and extolls the return of ancien regime-style absolute monarchy for all humanity regardless of creed or nationality. Tellingly, the site's mascot and patron is the infamous Baron Ungern-Sternberg, while any concession to such things as republicanism or democracy is considered heretical.
  • Mapping the Dark Enlightenment(link): Clearing house of links to neoreactionary movement sites.
  • Media Research Center(link):
  • Moonbattery(link): Could have been a good blog mocking really embarrassing liberals, but instead mostly flogs pseudoscience like global warming denial and idiotic wingnut obsessions about Obama playing golf and using a teleprompter. It exists solely to bash and demonize liberals, is rabidly homophobic, and makes WorldNetDaily look level-headed and rational in comparison.
  • More Right(link): Neoreactionary site.
  • Musings of a Mad Conservative(link): A small, appropriately named blog that thinks the GOP will have a comeback so long as they don't deviate from a far-right agenda (the writer thinks there's too many moderates in the GOP as of today) while insisting that the Democrats are "Marxists". Supports a lot of other conspiracy theories too (e.g., ObamaCare as a socialist scheme to redistribute wealth), along with climate change denial, "Islamophobia", an amazing amount of anti-environmentalism, gun nuttery, and so on.
  • The Other McCain(link): Blog maintained by former Moonie Times editor (and onetime League of the South member) Robert Stacy McCain, who among other things has ruminated on the "natural revulsion" people feel toward black-white relationships and suggested that date-rape victims are sluts who have it coming.
  • Pat McCrory(link): Current governor of North Carolina. Responsible for doubling down on House Bill 2, in regards to transgendered people and the bathrooms they feel like using. HB2 is a bill that's responsible for the discrimination of the LGBT+ community and McCrory is one of its main backers.
  • Patriot Voices(link): "Grassroots" online community founded by Rick Santorum.
  • Paul Joseph Watson(link): One of Alex Jones's stable, he was a commentator for InfoWars and Prison Planet before starting his own YouTube channel. He goes for many of the modern wingnut tropes: liberalism is a mental disorder, transgender individuals are mentally ill people who should accept who they were born as, feminism seeks to dominate and subjugate men, political correctness is destroying America, yada yada yada.
  • RamZPaul(link): Politically incorrect commentator who claims to use satire in his work.[43] However, his YouTube channel is a light-hearted trap into the white nationalist viewpoint. He has criticized so-called "white liberals" who do not consciously hold his view that black people are more likely to be criminals than white people and has considered the viewpoint criticizing white privilege "cultural Marxism".[44] He also blew out of proportion a story about a Massachusetts school naming the day before St. Patrick's Day "O'Green Day".[45]
  • PJ Media(link):
  • PropagandaBuster(link): An elderly, and extremely conservative, Catholic man. Known mostly as an object of mockery for his political beliefs, and commentary on things he doesn't understand (he once expressed uncertainty as to whether the BNP were actually racist, or if it was merely a left-wing smear). However, most of this seems to come from general ignorance, rather than malice, and for the most part he's an affable enough old man.
  • Pro Life, Pro Liberty(link): Unless your gay, unless you want birth control, unless you want an abortion, unless you wanna talk about bad people, or are poor, really really hardcore anti abortion to the point of lying daily.
  • RadioEqualizer(link): A project of former Seattle talk radio host Brian Maloney, who also blogs at radioequalizer.blogspot.com. Controversially, KIRO-AM canceled Maloney's Sunday talk show during NFL season as the station broadcast Seattle Seahawks games, but Maloney and his supporters claim it was a politically-motivated move.[46] He posts video clips from liberal talk radio shows in a criticizing manner in response to liberal criticisms of conservative talk radio.
  • Reaction Times(link):
  • The Reactivity Place(link): If you ever get tired of all the Protestant fundies, this one's a Catholic who hates them. He’s a big fan of Pius X, hates John XXIII, subscribes to all the requisite white nationalist and MRA shit, and doesn't even seem to understand the theology of his own religion. Oh, and he thinks Henry VIII was alive in 1611 to authorize the King James Bible (meaning he did so at age 120 and named this version of the Bible for another king, wtf?).
  • Rebuilding Freedom(link):
  • Reddit/r/Anarcho_Capitalism(link): "Oh I'm just your ordinary liberal guy who believes in the impending race war. Hey, who's up for a discussion on those roving Muslim rape gangs I read about on my favorite site Breitbart?"
  • Reddit/r/Conservative(link): You've been banned from /r/conservative (Rule number 92 Not completely making shit up).
  • The Remnant(link): A more organized version of the above by ultra-traditionalist Catholics who see even the notion of everything after Vatican II as heretical to their visions of theocratic eden.
  • RenewAmerica(link):
  • Right Side Broadcasting Network(link):
  • Right Wing News(link): John Hawkins' site.
  • Rightly Concerned(link): A subsection of the American Family Association's website principally dedicated to the many opinions of card-carrying uber-douche Bryan Fischer. The fact that one of the other regular commentators is Chuck Norris should tell you everything you need to know.
  • Rocking Philosophy(link): Pseudo-libertarian website promoting anti-feminism, homophobia, pseudo-history, pseudo-philosophy while attempting to disguise itself as a legitimate philosophy discussion blog.
  • Sargon of Akkad(link): A similar fan of history as Armoured Skeptic above, his body of work includes criticism of political correctness, discussion videos of historical ruins/cities/figures, criticism of the social justice movement and its alleged ties to academia, and evisceration of general stupidity immortalized by his "This Week In Stupid" series. He is very critical of the current political system in the U.K. and the U.S., opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and made two videos eviscerating the British Conservative Party. His generally center-left politics are overshadowed by his passionate hostility to feminism. Pro-Gamergate (to the point of not believing that at least some members of the hash tag movement were taking part in online harassment), alleged to have blamed a girl's suicide on feminism, used mental gymnastics to ignore Elliot Rodger's misogyny, and claims "feminist cultists" and feminism in general are responsible for misogyny. Created a petition to temporarily ban social justice courses in universities and says it isn't a joke.
  • Sayanythingblog(link): A conservative website founded by atheist libertarian Rob Port in 2003. It purports to be an atheistic, libertarian blog, but its commentariat is comprised of primarily fundamentalist Christian, anti-science creationists.
  • Secular Right(link):
  • Secular Patriarchy(link): One lonely men tries to write a atheist radical traditional blog about gender roles, later falls into both Christianity and red pill. Very very Alt Right.
  • Social Matter(link): Neoreactionary site.
  • Some Black Guy(link): Tyler Preston clone.
  • Stares at the World(link): Davis Aurini's blog.
  • Steven Crowder(link): A conservative "comedian." While his humor can be quite funny at times, some of his videos regarding American history and politics are very bizarre. He has made factually incorrect videos about the origins of the peace symbol and the education system in America, [47][48] and, as any good Christian should be, he also is against same-sex marriage. While he has cited religion in his arguments against the ACLU, Crowder did use secular reasoning and arguments in his argument against Gay Marriage, albeit bad ones.[49] He is the definition of smarmy. Oh, and he used to play the cartoon character Brain on the show Arthur.
  • Taki's Magazine(link): Online magazine, nominally libertarian but also featuring much paleocon, neoreactionary, and white nationalist commentary, founded by expatriate Greek socialite and Golden Dawn supporter Taki Theodoracopulos.
  • Tea Party Community(link): A Facebook ripoff where rightwingers and teabaggers can preach to the choir.
  • Ted Cruz(link): Presidential candidate for the 2016 election cycle. Mentioned that his strategy to defeat ISIS involves carpet-bombing the Middle East despite the fact that several innocent people live where he plans to drop the bombs. If he becomes president, he'll use police to patrol Muslim neighborhoods. Supported Kim Davis's refusal to do her job when she was required to give marriage licenses to LGBT couples. Boycotted Obamacare for 21 hours thus costing the United States thousands upon thousands of dollars. While Trump boasts that he can make America great again, Cruz intends to burn bridges just to ensure that his policies get passed. Intends to overturn the Supreme Court's decision to allow members of the LGBT community to get married. Would use the Bible as a justifying force to rule the nation as he sees fit, thus violating the separation of church and state. Claimed there weren't any Christian terrorists, completely ignoring the Army of God.
  • Terry Hurlbut(link): He is of Conservative News and Views "fame." His videos are primarily Tea Party and birther related.
  • The Last Great Stand(link): Another bat-shit insane Conservative site.
  • Thoughts From A Conservative Mom(link): Run of the mill ultraconservative Tea Party blog.
  • Tom O' Halloran.com(link):
  • Tomi Lahren(link): Conservative millennial darling.
  • Tommy Sotomayor(link): Listen to him explain how his fellow black people are the bane of human existence and how the Democratic Party and white liberals are keeping them down. He makes Uncle Ruckus seem rational.[50]
  • Townhall.com(link): Just plain crazy and to the right of National Review. It's one of the most popular right wing sites though.
  • Twitchy(link): Twitter content aggregator founded by Michelle Malkin and striving to make wingnuttery "hip" for the young folks.
  • Unqualified Reservations(link): Mencius Moldbug's blog, basically the flagship site of the neoreactionary movement.
  • The Unz Review(link):
  • View from the Right(link): Blog of the late neoreactionary writer Lawrence Auster.
  • Vox Popoli(link): Vox Day's blog.
  • Weasel Zippers(link):
  • whiskeysplace(link):
  • Wild Bill for America(link): True American Patriot Neoconservative wannabe cowboy. Everything wrong with the American right wing. A Tea partier, Christian fundamentalist, homophobe (believes homosexuality is perversion), islamaphobe, gun nut...whatever else of that nature you can think of he is most likely for it as he is very much the caricature of the stereotypical Republican. In fact, he could very much be considered a comedian for his videos that he makes about liberals/Democrats, "unmanly men", Obama, Hillary Clinton, Atheists, Hollywood etc. supported by some very bizarre rhetoric. In his most popular video "Secret Service Secrets" he tells us of some stuff that he learned from his supposed friends in the Secret Service (who are not very good at their jobs). George W. Bush is described as "intelligent and disciplined" while Michelle Obama is apparently a "hardcore racist".[51] Basically, Republicans = GOOD, Democrats = BAD. He will, however, occasionally attack conservatives, typically Libertarians who oppose his more authoritarian views. The most common targets are Ron Paul and Alex Jones.
  • WorldNetDaily(link): Pretty much the internet headquarters of white outrage. Absolutely nothing on the front page is particularly newsworthy; just paranoid and hateful ravings, Z-list celebrities, and opinion polls catering to the US right, as well as numerous advertisers of dubious products involving gold, weight loss, and seduction.
  • Would You Like Borders With That Socialism(link): A rare instance in which an ultra wingnut blog at least attempts to maintain a (pseudo) intellectual guise.

[edit] Liberals and left-wing

  • Andrew Gavin Marshall(link): An "independent researcher" and activist who pretty much exemplifies Globalresearch.ca and Truthout at their worst. Left-conspiracist material abounds with a strong emphasis on the sinister Federal Reserve and corporate New World Order along with crank-laden woo that wouldn't be out of place in Infowars.
  • Being Liberal(link): As with Being Conservative above, it's a Facebook Like page, with nothing bad originally in concept. After BC started making its rounds, BL decided to "balance the scales" and essentially became your go-to resource for Republican and Libertarian bashing, with liberal bias all around.
  • The Canary(link): For those that think The Guardian is too right-wing. Generally pro-Corbyn clickbait. Also employed shoddy ethics when discussing a doctor's suicide.[52]
  • Corbett Report(link): An alternative news site that despite being left-wing is as far from the Colbert Report as you can imagine. 9/11 conspiracies and NWO schemes aplenty, which is not helped at all by his ties to Globalresearch.ca.
  • Counterpunch(link): A very leftist online magazine founded by Alexander Cockburn. It's made its professed leftism and radical sympathies clear over the years, as well as seen contributions from the likes of Noam Chomsky and Ralph Nader. What is more, Counterpunch's reputation of including anti-Semitic screeds, the crankier sides of the left-wing (including Pol Pot apologetics and genocide denialism[53]), and a tendency to milk Godwin's law on what they hate have made it positively infamous.
  • Grover Furr(link): on Stalin, communism or the USSR.
  • Globalresearch.ca(link): Anti-globalisation, anti-war news aggregator website which unfortunately loves them some conspiracy theory and can't resist indulging in various woo topics.
  • International Communist League (Fourth International)(link): Webshite of the Spartacist League.
  • Maoist Rebel News(link):
  • RevLeft(link):
  • Revolution News(link): A largely anonymously-run website with a presence on Facebook that's devoted to the radical world of protest. While the site does cover some legitimate rallies and movements, there's also a strong bias towards anarchists and far-left movements. Its "news" coverage, some of it aggregated from dubious sources, vary in accuracy, objectivity, and credibility, if not ideological and borderline-conspiracist crankery.
  • UK Indymedia(link): A great place for heartfelt paeans to rioting and arson.
  • FCKH8(link): An organization that has noble goals, but uses people swearing to get their point across. The most infamous being Pottymouthed Princess Drop F-Bombs for Feminism where little girls use swear words to try to convince people that a little girl cursing isn't as bad as the things boys do on a daily basis.

[edit] Libertarians

  • aTalkingDude(link): If Thomas Sowell and Walter E. Williams had a lovechild in the UK, it would be this guy.
  • The Atlas Society(link):
  • Ayn Rand Institute(link):
  • Cato Unbound(link):
  • Common Sense Capitalism(link):
  • Ilana Mercer(link):
  • Lew Rockwell(link): Libertarian-flavored wingnuttery. Also runs columns by Ron Paul, Joseph Mercola, and Gary North. Lots of woo and general craziness as well: Creationism, Christian dominionism, global warming denial, diet woo, quackery, gold buggery, anti-vaccine, 9/11 conspiracy, raw milk, and Neo-Confederate rants. Runs frequent good columns (they're hardcore anti-war, critical of the culture of militarism rampant in the U.S., pro-drug legalization, anti-airport security and police overkill, etc.) and several columnists whom one might agree with almost always. The problem is all that good writing is side by side with the likes of neo-Confederates, Christian fundies and all that woo. Read selectively or just visit Antiwar.com(link) where you can get the good content minus the baggage.
  • Ludwig von Mises Institute(link): So fanatically libertarian it doesn't merely engage in global warming denialism and gold buggery; it defends Ebeneezer Scrooge and extols Somalia as a utopia!
  • Objectivism Online(link):
  • Rants & Reason(link): If Ayn Rand and Gene Ray had a daughter…
  • Rational Libertarian Corner(link):
  • Reason(link):
  • Rebirth of Reason(link):
  • Reddit/r/Libertarian(link): r/conservative for potheads. Which is strange, since folks tend to be most conservative when they aren't stoned. (It's just money, maaan.)
  • That Guy T(link): Anti-feminist Walter E. Williams wanna-be who wishes to live in a society without anti-discrimination laws[54]. That's right. A black American millennial is against anti-discrimination laws.
  • Julie Borowski (AKA Token Libertarian Girl)(link): Paulbot who wants to "End the Fed" and return to the gold standard. Has declared healthcare, along with education, to not be a right, but instead a "good", and has compared universal healthcare to slavery.[55] Believes women aren't libertarian because they've been duped by the "liberal media".[56]
  • HowTheWorldWorks(link): Rabid libertarian, anti-environmentalist and (former) climate denier, has a bad habit of being monotone when reading from a script (usually when he's staring into the camera). Has been criticized for not only blocking people who have different opinions, but he "allegedly" used sock accounts. Has stated his main goal on YouTube is profit.
  • Lauren Southern(link): News reporter for Rebel Media, a right wing news association. With them, she made a video about how she's not a feminist,[57] takes pride in mocking feminists who blocked her saying things like how she doesn't believe in cultural appropriation and claims that she is the victim in spite of the fact that she blames those that use Tumblr,[58] and is responsible for the creation of #TheTriggering.[59] In her defense, she did get piss poured on her on the street, but she got it after saying that there are only two genders that people identify as[60] making what she said even more hateworthy than the radical feminists doing said attacking her. She later made a video on White Privilege, and claimed that homophobia doesn't exist in the United States.
  • Scotty M (as Libertarian Views Scotty M)(link): Made a video about how Nazi Germany was socialist despite it not even coming close to what socialism actually is.

[edit] Literal government propaganda

  • RT(link): Formerly known as Russia Today, this Kremlin-funded piece of work manages to straddle both wingnuttery and moonbattery in its reporting. Conspiracy theories and absurd amounts of craziness passed off as "alternative" news abound.
  • Korean Central News Agency(link): (KCNA) or StimmekoreasNorth Korean state propaganda
  • Press TV(link): Official English-language news channel of Iran.

[edit] Unsorted

  • Glenn Beck: of course, best known for his time on Fox News, and CNN Headline News before that, but his primary TV venue these days is video shown through his website, The Blaze.
  • Eric Dondero: A nuke-the-Middle East Republican fanatic who thinks he is a libertarian. This particular bundle of contradictions is actually not all that uncommon, but Dondero is hyperactive about spamming every Internet forum imaginable with his barely-coherent wingnuttery. He attacks big-L Libertarians for not being pro-war, libertarian-leaning Democrats for not being Republicans, anti-war Republicans for not being real Republicans, and his former boss, Ron Paul (who fired him), for just about everything. Following Barack Obama's 2012 re-election, Dondero pledged to never again speak to any Democrat or anyone he suspected of sympathizing with Democrats, and urged his followers to immediately divorce Democratic spouses, disown any and all family members and friends who are Democrats, and quit their jobs if their bosses are Democrats. Dondero also stated that he frequently asks supermarket cashiers what "EBT" means, so when they reply that it's a government assistance program, he can loudly berate them for accepting welfare recipients.[61]
  • Paul Elam: Professional hater of women and proprietor of the "A Voice For Men" blog. Unfathomably awful person, not entirely unlike Vox Day as a matter of fact.
  • John Hawkins Totally insane wingnut who runs the website Right Wing News. Has made a career out of making "lists" that prove liberals are the real [insert any insult]. A transphobic,[62] race-baiting,[63] global warming denying conspiracy theorist,[64] he fits right in at Townhall.com, another site he regularly contributes too. He is so devoted to making the "conservative" movement pure that he thinks Republicans like Peter King should be voted out of office for not being extreme enough.[65]
  • Victor Ivanoff [66](aka Franc Hoggle and Felch Grogan): Formerly a reasonably sane commenter on atheist boards; went absolutely nuts after "Elevatorgate" and started to viciously and obsessively attack PZ Myers, Rebecca Watson, and other bloggers he doesn't like (including us).[67] Probably an MRA; definitely batshit insane and possibly Australia's answer to Dennis Markuze, or perhaps the Peter Joseph to Markuze's Alex Jones. Runs a blog called Grey Lining (no link—hate speech rule) where he rants obsessively about the targets of his rage. His rather masturbatory behavior has been named "hoggling"[68] by the people he ridicules.
  • Milton Kleim: Early promoter of neo-Nazism on Usenet. Renounced racism, not really a kook now.
  • Karol Florian Madera: Schizophrenic Canadian amateur radio operator who bills himself as "Radio Canada." He operates a station on the high-frequency radio bands and makes it his aim to slander U.S. citizens nearly every day over the airwaves. He has threatened the U.S. ambassador to Canada and a 13-year-old boy from Minnesota, expressed hopes that someone would deploy roadside bombs against Americans, and stated he would give Al-Qaeda aid and comfort. Mr. Madera also has a website that slanders those he identifies as his enemies, most of whom are American amateur radio operators.
  • Eric S. Raymond: Selectively insane when it comes to politics, climate change, and race; largely competent in terms of software and related issues, although he has a habit of vastly overrating said expertise, to the exasperation of pretty much anyone who's worked with him.
  • Lew Rockwell: a ventriloquist dummy formerly owned by Ron Paul; it is apparently now possessed with the undying, eternally mad spirits of Ludwig von Mises and Nathan Bedford Forrest. Its spirits apparently imbue it with the ability to write articles that seem to intentionally obfuscate the distinction between libertarianism and fascism.
  • François Tremblay: With his partner Alison "Hellbound Alleee" Randall, created Insolitology, a collection of Internet kooks. Tremblay would be a skeptical ally except for his out-of-control seething contempt for anyone who isn't an anarchist like him (among other things, he openly advocates boycotting voting, which seems a little counterproductive from a getting-things-done standpoint; he has also in the past been a global warming denier). Apart from his non-forum writings, which can be quite interesting, he's best left alone; however, he can be a very persistent flame warrior on discussion fora. He's also very strongly feminist, if a bit too second-wave (he's thrown in with the transphobe radfems), so that's working in his favor at least.
  • Anthony Zyrmpas: A wanted criminal and mentally ill narcissist who is writing a pseudo-philosophical social Darwinist far-right screed named Orgy of the Will, and in the process quite possibly mangling Nietzsche worse than anyone ever has ever. Also writes about videogames in the same style behind a ridiculously sized paywall. Still scams people under the guise of making a videogame, which he has absolutely no idea how to do.
  • Frank O'Collins: He runs an obscure Australia-based cult-like group UCADIA which hosts dozens of websites promoting his views. His sites ramble on about the corrupt "Roman system" of law, banks and courts. The atrocities of the "Roman cult" (aka the modern Catholic Church), and how the creation of the "The United States of Spirits The Covenant of the United States of Spirits" brought an end to a long-lasting war in heaven between angels and demons, as well as the destruction of Hell. Um... yeah.
  • "Charles Lionheart": Runs an Islamophobic, fearmongering website, "Knights Cruasders". The site is laden with Crusader-themed imagery and warns of the impending conquest of Europe and America by the Muzzies, encouraging Anders Breivik wannabes to form Christian militias in preparation for the coming Jihad.
  • Liam Egan: Irish convert to fundamentalist Islam who runs the website "Islamic Vanguards" (as well as the now defunct sites "MPAC Ireland" and "EireMuslim") with the mission of bringing Sharia law to Ireland. Egan supports the death penalty for homosexuals; the imprisonment of alcohol consumers, fornicators, and unmarried couples who kiss in public; the forcing of women to wear burquas and men to grow beards, and the destruction of non-Muslim religious monuments (such as the Great Pyramid in Egypt). Also openly supports Islamic terrorism in their jihad against the infidels, including Osama Bin Laden, the Taliban and the Boston marathon bombers.
  • xxxThePeachxxx(link): Biracial YouTube vlogger who struck it big with her well-spoken commentary on social issues like atheism, abortion, prostitution and racism. Unfortunately, she has a tendency to misunderstand what radical feminism is, conflating feminists in general with TERFs and has a dodgy at best understanding of hate speech laws rather ironically preferring a "frozen peach" argument against them. When pressed, she reverts to evasive fixed action positions.

[edit] Racist or xenophobic

  • 28 Sherman(link):
  • Age of Treason(link):
  • Alternative Right(link):
  • AltLeft.com(link):
  • Ambrose Kane(link): Blog run by a white supremacist (er, "traditionalist conservative") ex-cop.
  • American Crisis(link):
  • American Freedom Party(link):
  • American Nazi Party(link):
  • American Renaissance(link):
  • Amerika(link):
  • Amos Magazine(link): Black supremacist site.
  • Anglo-Saxon Foundation(link): A forum of hardline English nationalists — which sounds straightforward, except in practice they're far, far weirder than that.
  • The Apricity Forum(link):
  • Aryan Nations(link):
  • Aryan Wear(link): Sells neo-Nazi books, clothing, collectibles, DVDs and flags. Is currently having a 25% off Hitler's birthday sale. Thanks, but no thanks.
  • AssataShakur.org(link): For a change of pace, try these anti-white black supremacists. You get all the incoherency of Time Cube while you're at it.
  • Atlantic Centurion(link):
  • Bare Naked Islam(link):
  • The Barnes Review(link): Publishers of historical revision, with a special emphasis on Holocaust denial and general Jew-bashing.
  • The Beer Barrel(link):
  • Beyond Highbrow(link):
  • Black Liberation LoveN Unity(link): Black supremacist site.
  • Blonde on a Mission(link): The mission in question doesn't appear to entail a lot more than posting a sentence or two of white nationalist commentary on news reports or pictures pertaining to racial and social issues.
  • British National Party(link): "God save the Führer!"
  • Caste Football(link): A website created especially by and for racist sports fans.
  • Chimpmania(link):
  • Chimpout.com(link): No neo-Nazism, white nationalism or neo-confederate cloggery; just the plain old bashing of blacks for the sake of the bashing of blacks. Now blessedly defunct.
  • Christianity & Race(link): Self-described "Christian identitarian" blog.
  • Christogenea(link): White supremacy and Christian Identity thinly disguised as Christianity
  • Chronicles(link):
  • Civilizing the Beast(link):
  • Confederate Renaissance(link):
  • CoonBurg(link):
  • Council of Conservative Citizens(link):
  • Counter-Currents Publishing(link): White nationalist publishing company. Even deals in fiction, if that's your bag...
  • The Creativity Movement(link):
  • DailyKenn.com(link):
  • The Daily Stormer(link):
  • Dean Berry Ministries(link):
  • Deconstructing Leftism(link):
  • Delusions and Grandeur(link):
  • The Den(link):
  • Dissident Right(link):
  • Diversity Is Chaos(link):
  • Diversity Macht Frei(link):
  • DixieNet.Org(link): The League of the South's official webshite.
  • DNA Wars(link):
  • Evalion(link): Prominent anti-feminist YouTuber who recently came under fire, deservedly so, for her videos against the Jewish race. Her video titles include but are not limited to "How to Identify a Jew", "Hitler Wasn't Evil", and several videos where she ever read Mein Kampf. Onision and LeafyIsHere called her out for her hate speech, resulting in Onision's fans flagging her channel and it being shut down. The anti-feminist community decided to protest saying that her free speech has been violated. Feminist Flow, another anti-feminist YouTube channel, re-posts her content... with the permission she gave. To quote her via Twitter.
  • The End of Zion(link): Its logo showcases a figure performing a roundhouse kick on a rabbi. Nice.
  • English Defence League(link): Islamophobes who expressed their outrage at the murder of Lee Rigby by throwing bottles at the police. Motto: Not racist, not violent, no longer silent.
  • Eradica(link):
  • Erasing Us(link):
  • European Knights Project(link):
  • European Union Times(link): No, it's not a newspaper, even if some people think so. Neither is it European.
  • Exposing the Holocaust™ Hoax(link):
  • Fairfax Underground(link): Officially a community message board for residents of Fairfax County, Virginia to discuss news and issues of local interest, this site has become notorious as a haven for racists, homophobes, and online bullies.
  • Faith & Heritage(link):
  • Federation for American Immigration Reform(link): An organization that sounds official created by a bunch of Neo-Nazis. They have been accused of Schlafly statistics in the past.
  • Gates of Vienna(link):
  • Golden Dawn(link):
  • Hail to You(link):
  • Half Sigma(link):
  • Hbdchick(link):
  • History in Images(link): Dedicated to portraying Germans as victims of genocide, and sustaining some of the more ridiculous claims used for backdoor Holocaust denial.
  • Holocaust History.net(link): Another backdoor Holocaust denial webshite dedicated to portraying the Germans as the real victims of WWII.
  • Hotep Nation(link): Black supremacist site.
  • Human Varieties(link):
  • Illusion of Sanity(link):
  • Incog Man(link):
  • Incredible Images for You(link): WE ARE NOT PRO NAZI.
  • Inductivist(link):
  • Institute for Historical Review(link): Try to guess the one part of history this organization has any interest whatsoever in "reviewing"…
  • iSteve(link): Steve Sailer's blog.
  • Jett and Jahn Media: They ran an article claiming that contrary to popular belief, white guys have the biggest penises. Other white supremacists panned the article in the comments section saying they were "gay for even thinking about it".
  • Jew Among You(link):
  • Jew Watch(link): The place to go if you want to watch some Jews.
  • The Kakistocracy(link):
  • King Noble Black Rulership(link):
  • The Knights Party(link): Fancy some Ku Klux Klan T-shirts and a television show? No, neither do we.
  • The Last Gringo(link): California blogger obsessed with the "Mexican invasion" of the U.S. being orchestrated as part of the New World Order.
  • Lion of the Blogosphere(link): Formerly Half Sigma, this neoreactionary blogger combines a focus on "human biodiversity" with generous side helpings of misogyny, class bigotry, and good old-fashioned Social Darwinism.
  • Majority Rebellion(link):
  • Majority Rights(link): A group that looks forward to the worst effects of global warming because they will kill off most non-whites. Believes that white people will survive an environmental catastrophe because they "already inhabit areas that are cooler," "have the intelligence to develop new technologies," "are capable of taking an anti-egalitarian position if needed to preserve [their] friends and families" and they "behave rationally..."
  • Mangan's(link):
  • Manly Task(link):
  • Martin Luther King.org(link): Created by Stormfront to defame Martin Luther King.
  • Math Faith and Works(link):
  • Metapedia(link): Wikipedia as written by neo-Nazis.
  • Mexicans Go Home(link): "What If 20 Million Illegal Aliens Vacated America?" Cites Jeff Rense as a reputable source
  • Model Minority(link): Purportedly an anti-racist website; in practice, a watering hole for anti-white, anti-Semitic Asian supremacists pissed about whitey stealing all their women.
  • Murder by Media(link):
  • My Posting Career(link):
  • The Naive Gatekeeper(link): Not only white nationalist and heavily anti-Semitic, but supportive of Christian theocracy, Holocaust denial, and misogyny. Overtly praises the Nazis and subtly supports the idea of a race war.
  • The National Alliance(link):
  • National Socialist Movement(link): Nazi party webshite.
  • National Vanguard(link):
  • National Youth Front(link):
  • Nationalist Party of Canada(link):
  • New Black Panther Party(link):
  • Newsnet 14(link):
  • Nicholas Stix, Uncensored(link):
  • Niggermania(link): Chimpout's brother-in-arms.
  • Northwest Front(link):
  • nsvap(link): Someone attempting to reboot the National Socialist Flemish Workers Party.
  • Occam's Razor(link):
  • Occidental Dissent(link):
  • Occidental Observer(link):
  • The Occidental Quarterly(link): F. Roger Devlin's white nationalist journal.
  • ParaPundit(link):
  • PodBlanc.mobi(link) / Podblanc.guru(link): A white supremacist version of YouTube.
  • Political Vel Craft(link): Promotes various brands of bigotry, though primarily anti-Semitism.
  • Poseidon Awoke(link):
  • Pro-Western Christianity(link):
  • Project Purge(link):
  • Radish Mag(link): Anti-democracy, radical traditionalist group for racists and misogynists.
  • Radix Journal(link): Another neoreactionary/white nationalist publication from Alternative Right founder Richard B. Spencer.
  • RBG Tube(link): A black supremacist version of YouTube; affiliated with AssataShakur.org.
  • Real History World Wide(link): Black supremacist "history" site.
  • Real Jew News(link):
  • Redwatch(link): An international neo-Nazi, white-supremacist group; notorious for gathering and sharing personal information (http://such as names, home addresses, frequented places, threat assesdment in physical fights etc.) of people who actively act in favor of something they don't like - they get away with it because most of their sites are hosted in countries that are not their designated targets (http://ex. Polish version of RW Redwatch is hosted in the United States).[69]
  • Rightpedia(link): A fork of Metapedia operated by former Metapedia users and hosted by GoDaddy.
  • The Right Stuff(link): Obnoxious neo-nazi internet tough guys with a strong belief in "racial realism" and as expected, hatred of Jews. Has strong ties with 8chan and 4chan's neo-nazi /pol/ board, and many of said internet tough guys are also active on YouTube's neo-Nazi community.
  • saboteur365(link):
  • Save Your Heritage(link):
  • Semitic Controversies(link):
  • Shitskin Plantation(link):
  • The Slitty Eye(link): Obnoxious Asian 'human biodiversity' advocate, served with cheap shots at feminists.
  • Southern Future(link):
  • Southern Nationalist Network(link):
  • Stormfront(link): The quintessential white nationalist online sinkhole.
  • Stuff Black People Don't Like(link): Author "Paul Kersey" (cute, huh?) runs this site, dedicated to bemoaning the rise of what he deems "Black-Run America".
  • Stuff Eurasian Males Like(link): Being the son of a white male/Asian female interracial couple is like being Joseph Merrick. Such couples oughtta be ashamed to have conceived!
  • Theden(link):
  • Those Who Can See(link):
  • Thoughtcrime(link):
  • The Thug Report(link):
  • Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan(link):
  • Traditionalist Worker Party(link):
  • Traditionalist Youth Network(link): Matthew Heimbach's campus organization.
  • Tribal Theocrat(link):
  • True News USA(link):
  • Truth Militia(link):
  • Unamusement Park(link):
  • Unity of Nobility(link): Provides "De-Kosherized News & Research Material".
  • The Unsilenced Science(link):
  • Vanguard News Network(link):
  • VNNforum(link):
  • VDARE(link): Peter Brimelow's more-than-just-borderline-racist ‘editorial collective’ and one-stop “let's hate on the blacks, Mexicans, and Jews” webshite.
  • War on the Horizon(link): Website run by militant black supremacist (and former DHS employee) Ayo Kimathi.
  • Western Insurgent(link):
  • Western Spring(link):
  • West Hunter(link):
  • The West's Darkest Hour(link): Dedicated to rehabilitating the image of Hitler and Nazism.
  • White GeNOcide Project(link):
  • White Nations(link):
  • White News Now(link):
  • The White Republican(link):
  • The White Resister(link):
  • Whitehonor.com(link):
  • Who Controls America?(link): If you guessed "The JOOOOOOOOS!", you're right.
  • Wong Chow Mein(link): Asian dude in bed with the 'anti-leftist' crowd. Also appears to have major self-esteem issues.
  • Xenophobe.net(link):
  • Youth for Western Civilization(link):

[edit] Homophobic

[edit] Gender and sex

People who write about gender and sex. Most are sexist (though, just to spice it up, some hate men and others hate women).

[edit] MRAs, MGTOWs, PUAs, Nice Guys/Incels/AFCs, Gender "Egalitarians" etc.

  • 101principals(link): Poster of the website Manhood Academy. Claims himself to be a cult leader. Refused to agree to the claims that SickMouth gave for a debate. Had his YouTube channel deleted as according to YouTube, "This account has been terminated due to repeated or severe violations of our Community Guidelines and/or claims of copyright infringement."
  • Alpha Game(link):
  • The Alternative Sexism Project(link):
  • The Anti-Feminist(link):
  • Anti Misandry(link):
  • Anya cares(link):
  • Apocalypse Cometh(link):
  • The Badger Hut(link):
  • The Black Pill(link):
  • Blaire White(link): Transgender woman that thinks there is only two genders and opposses trans-trenders that make a mockery out of transpeople.
  • Boycott American Women(link): "American women are fat entitled baby-killing whores, marry a submissive oriental lotus blossom instead", et cetera...
  • Chateau Heartiste(link): Not to be outdone by Roosh, Roissy spits on any woman who doesn't look like a supermodel, marry at 16, and dedicate her life to licking her husband's boots as somehow a violation of evolutionary principles - and that's not even going into the occasional thinly-veiled (or, really, not-veiled-at-all) white nationalism.
  • CoAlpha Reactionary Forum(link):
  • Community of the Wrongly Accused(link): MRA website dedicated to blaming rape victims, portraying all victims who fail to successfully prosecute rapists as liars, as well as generally trying to give the impression that false rape claims are extremely common. Moved to this blog from The False Rape Society after its being listed as a hate site by the SPLC.
  • The Counter-Feminist(link):
  • Dalrock(link):
  • Deansdale's Blog(link):
  • Drtyhippiepanda(link):
  • Eivind Berge(link):
  • Elliott Rodger(link):
  • End Feminism(link):
  • The Elusive Wapiti(link):
  • Feminism is for nobody(link):
  • Flowerprincess(link): Was influenced by a Lauren Southern video called "Why I am not a feminist" to abandon feminism. Cites her along with prominent anti-feminists such as Sargon of Akkad, TL;DR, Milo Yiannapolous, Thunderf00t, Christina Hoff Sommers, and Captain Nemo as her influences. Like NateTalksToYou above, she downplayed catcalling.
  • Freedomain Radio(link): Stefan Molyneux is the patron saint of Euphoria, and his realm is Youtube.
  • GendErratic(link): A subset of the Honey Badger Brigade (q.v. below). The given website redirects there.
  • Going Your Own Way(link):
  • Gucci Little Piggy(link):
  • Gynocentrism(link):
  • Happier Abroad(link):
  • Hawaiian libertarian(link):
  • HenryMakow.com(link): A whiny MRA crossbred with a paranoid conspiracy theorist. Feminism is a scheme on the part of Masonic/Communist/Satanic forces spearheaded by the Rockefeller Foundation to destroy society.
  • Honey Badger Brigade(link): MRA/antifeminist website founded by women (the eponymous "honey badgers").
  • Hooking Up Smart(link): A PUA site run by self-styled dating "expert" Susan Walsh; except for the fact that it's run by a woman, it's pretty much typical of the genre.
  • Human Stupidity(link):
  • Hypergamy Doesn't Care(link):
  • Jack Donovan(link):
  • Jack's Terrible Thoughts(link):
  • Joseph Strickland (as Joseph8276)(link): Made a video regarding how women needed to lower their standards. Also made a video entitled, the problem with girls and what they should do. Brought up on charges for child pornography. Most of his videos can be found here.[70]
  • Judgy Bitch(link): aka Janet Bloomfield, alleged social media specialist for AVFM who was thrown off Twitter for harassing other users. Obnoxious, pretentious, hypocritical female MRA.
  • Just Four Guys(link): Come here for Obsidian's crankish beliefs in evolutionary psychology and internalized racism issues, Han Solo's bullshit theories on relationships, Cirian's neo-reactionary tripe and the last guy doesn't say anything.
  • Justice for Men & Boys(link):
  • Kings Wiki(link): Roosh's "encyclopedia of neomasculinism."
  • Krauser PUA(link):
  • Liberal Lunacy(link):
  • Lifestyle Journey For Men(link):
  • Love-shy.com(link): "You fucking women had better date me, or I'll fucking cut your throats!"[71]
  • Margaret MacLennan(link):
  • Man Without Father(link):
  • Manhood Academy(link):
  • Manosphere.com(link):
  • Married Man Sex Life(link): Athol Kay's PUA site.
  • Matt Forney(link):
  • Men-Factor(link):
  • Men, Women, and Society(link):
  • MGTOW Forums(link): Along with Reddit, the Spearhead and A Voice For Men, is one of the Big Four men's rightster webshites. Here, the boys congregate in their treehouse to cackle with glee about how they'll punish those evil bitches and destroy society by refraining from marrying. Goes its own way by obsessing about what they're supposedly getting away from.
  • MGTOW Wiki(link):
  • The Misandry Bubble(link): An epic-length treatise by a Singularitarian known as "The Futurist" that reveals the vast feminazi conspiracy to destroy men and Western civilization as we know it!
  • The Modern Savage(link):
  • The Obsidian Files(link):
  • Owning Your Shit(link): Canadian female MRA. She also has a YouTube channel(link).
  • Patriactionary(link):
  • The Problem With Women Today(link): Reads like a tantrum being thrown by a 14-year-old-boy over his girlfriend breaking up with him; you can practically envision the spittle flying out of the author's mouth as you read it.
  • PUAHate(link): No, it's not for mocking PUAs. Rather, it's for Nice Guys pissed that PUA techniques aren't working for them, and who insist instead that the key to attracting women is...bucketloads of plastic surgery. Elliot Rodger, it transpires, was a regular here, and since his rampage, it's been taken offline until further notice.
  • The Ralph Retort(link): Virulently anti-feminist and a prominent pro-GamerGate blogger. Not above painfully transparent concern-trolling.
  • The Rational Male(link):
  • Reaxxion(link):
  • Red Pill Philosophy(link):
  • The Red Pill Room(link):
  • /r/KotakuInAction(link):, a place where GamerGaters gather to demand they be taken seriously. But that requires beliefs to the left of Franco. And intelligence. And the will to slither out of your mom's basement from time to time. There's not much to be said beyond "we needed to show how we're not misogynists, so here's an anime avatar with our "Daily Dose" edgy rape jokes built right into her clothes.[72] She agrees with everything we say and is our obedient waifu. (Original character do not steal.)"
  • Reddit/r/mensrights(link):
  • Reddit/r/theredpill(link):
  • Register-Her.com(link): A website for rapists to register their victims as false accusers.
  • Return of Kings(link): Roosh's second, more politically-oriented blog. Considerable overlap in content and viewership with /r/theredpill, and several writers term themselves "redpills".
  • Red Patriarch(link):
  • Red Pill Report(link):
  • RooshV(link): A particularly nasty, vicious PUA blog. The owner claims that women who deign not to wear high heels are worthless and that a man is not a real man unless he has sex with as many different women as possible.
  • Secular Patriarchy(link): Frustrated chump who wants to subjugate people while loosely disguised as fighting for 'traditional women's rights'.
  • The Secular Traditionalist(link):
  • SlutHate(link): Effectively the new PUAHate, with an added dash of crude racism.
  • The Spearhead(link): Feminists and manginas beware! FSTDT has a taste of what you can expect.[73]
  • thatincelblogger(link): a.k.a. governmentsgetgirlfriends, "coconut", etc. The latest den of a deluded Nice Guy who spends his days advocating that the government ought to provide him with a taxpayer-subsidized girlfriend, boasting about various actual or fantasised revenges on women who rejected him, rallying against "The Atheist Cult" (all atheists that are not raging misogynists) for calling his rubbish out for what it is, and pining for the collapse of civilization. Even /r/MensRights and /r/TheRedPill consider him too sexist and crazy for them.
  • Things that We have Heard and Known(link):
  • TL;DR(link): Tries to justify slut-shaming, denies Laci Green's sexual assault story. In his response to BadMouseProduction's response to him, TL;DR completely skipped out the part where BadMouseProductions explains how the people in the Western world being oppressed mainly to focus on the comment BadMouse made telling him to grow up.
  • Tuckermax.com(link): Dedicated to a narcissistic fuckwit and Pick-Up Artist who pitched a shitfit when he realized that his fans are all love shies and virgin losers who were using him for life by proxy.
  • The Venusian Arts(link): Webshite of well-known (thanks to the VH1 series) PUA Mystery, and his 'theories'. Also sells his shit-tastic books, and overpriced life coaching sessions.
  • Viva La Manosphere!(link):
  • A Voice for Men(link): The flagship website of the men's rights movement does itself no favors by classifying ordinary, harmless feminists alongside female serial killers and child molesters.
  • The Voice of Reason(link):
  • Vulcan Vivacity(link):
  • What Men Are Saying About Women(link):
  • Whoism3(link): A man's 12-year dry spell produced this combination of Love-Shy.com and The Problem With Women Today. Feast your eyes on histrionic rant.[74][75][76]
  • Wimminz(link):
  • The World According to Bob(link): "According to Bob", a real man is one who congratulates his neighbor for beating his wife; for he was merely asserting his rightful dominance. Did we mention he believes raped women should enjoy the free sex?
  • Worldly Game(link):

[edit] TERFs and Radfems

  • You think I just don't understand, but I don't believe you(link): Cathy Brennan's trans-harassment machine. Transphobic radical feminist and all-around drama llama with a thing for harassing trans bloggers.
  • Chanty Binx: Feminist that is used whenever the anti-feminist community makes fun of feminism. Goes by the nickname Big Red by the anti-feminist community. Was featured in a video where she sang cry me a river regarding a male's suicide. Charming!
  • Cherryblossomlife(link): One of the radfemsphere main players. Appears to vaguely subscribe to nature woo and chemophobia.
  • Cora Segal: Known by the anti-feminist community as Trigglypuff. Became a running gag in of herself when she yelled at Milo Yiannopolous at one of his rallies. Is the new scapegoat used by the anti-feminist community whenever somebody comes out and admits they're a feminist.
  • Femitheist Reborn(link): Known as Divine Femitheist prior to a faked suicide; this strawfeminist is so hilariously, stereotypically over-the-top she makes the ones from Radfem Hub look like Princess Peach. Has attained fame on YouTube and FSTDT, but is probably a troll. (Gone 404 as of 11 Feb 2015.)
  • Femonade(link):
  • Feminist Current(link): More of a rip tide, actually. Conserve your energy and swim cross-current to get out. Go quietly so as not to attract the sharks.
  • Jenny McDermott(link): The feminist that most anti-feminists think of when people hear the words "feminist" or "feminism". Despite her status as a feminist, she claims that it must be a movement that is exclusively a women's only movement and that they must distance themselves from their male allies. Accused Armoured Skeptic of committing sexual violations against Shoe0nhead, despite their relationship being consensual and Shoe0nhead being 24, not 17 as Jenny claimed. Is willing to stab any of her allies in the back as indicated with Kevin Logan. Made a video regarding how a good majority of the anti-feminists have Asperger's syndrome or any other form of autism, in spite of the fact there are women who also have autism, some of whom are in the feminist movement.
  • The Lesbian Mafia(link):
  • The Liz Library(link): Anti-Gardner and anti-Kinsey, Reisman-quoting, parental alienation and false memory denier, holistic lawyer from Florida.
  • Miss Kitty(link): Dominatrix YouTuber. Made a video entitled "Why I HATE People Who Aren't Feminists". Near the end of the video, made the comment, I don't want to argue with you if you disagree with me.
  • Radical Wind(link): Because if Cathy Brennan was too sane for you, you are therefore redirected here. She believes liberal feminism and sex-positivity to be conspiracy theories. Is also very, very transphobic.
  • Reddit:
    • /r/feminisms(link): Not to be confused with /r/feminism, this subreddit looks pretty nice until you dig.[77]
    • /r/GenderCritical(link): The phrase "gender critical", is, by itself, a TERF shibboleth. It does not fail to deliver.
  • Gender Trender(link): Off the deep end blogger GallusMag, along with her(?) cronies bring you the fear that not only do trans people not exist, but the mention that they do exist by anyone not L or G warrants immediate repercussions.
  • A Room of Our Own(link): Radical feminist blogger Cherry picks crimes by transwomen in order to portray all transgender people as criminals.
  • Twanzphobic Since Forever(link): Exactly what it it says on the tin. (At least they let you know what you're getting into right up front, unlike the more bashful TERF webshites. Credit for honesty is due.) Most TERF websites devote 70 to 80% of their bandwith to shitting on transwomen. This one devotes 100% of it. Also notable is its fucking obnoxious "parodical" style, which is just essentially replacing "R" with "W", and saying "Lol" every three words.
  • When Women Were Warriors(link): Another TERF blog. And also witchcraft. And eugenics-style arguments for the inferiority and evil of males. Just an all-around crazy place.

[edit] Christian doormathood

  • Above Rubies(link): Quiverfull site.
  • The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood(link): Set up to combat amongst other things, "the increasing promotion given to feminist egalitarianism with accompanying distortions or neglect of the glad harmony portrayed in Scripture between the loving, humble leadership of redeemed husbands and the intelligent, willing support of that leadership by redeemed wives."
  • God Hates Feminists(link): About as misogynistic as you can get; contains lots and lots of Bible verses, most with seemingly little relevance to what the author’s talking about.
  • It's the Women, Not the Men!(link):
  • There is this thing called biology(link):
  • Ladies Against Feminism(link):
  • LeeLee in Babylon(link):
  • Loving in the Ruins(link):
  • Peacefulwife's Blog(link):
  • QuiverFull.com(link):
  • Sunshine Mary(link):
  • Simple Southern Spirit(link):
  • The Thinking Housewife(link):
  • Unmasking Feminism(link):
  • Visionary Daughters(link):
  • Whats Wrong With Equal Rights(link):

[edit] Secular doormathood

  • The Conservative Woman(link):
  • Darling Doll(link):
  • Embrace Your Femininity(link):
  • Girls being Girls(link):
  • Notes from a Red Pill Girl(link):
  • On the Rock(link):
  • Red Pill Wifery(link):
  • /r/redpillwomen(link): now r/RedPillWives
  • Stupid Girl(link):
  • Your Slaviswife Is Evolving(link):

[edit] Bloggers

[edit] Alien aficionados

  • Alien-UFO-Research(link):
  • Echoes of Enoch(link): Biblical explanations for alien abductions and other paranormal phenomena.
  • The Nibiruan Council(link): Stargates, lion people, recoding your DNA... please, God, let this be a parody.
  • Truthism.com(link): Pretty typical "you're a brainwashed sheep" webshite with the usual stuff about reptilians, Masonic imagery in the media, the Abydos helicopter and the Hollow Earth.
  • UFO Evidence(link): There's plenty of 'evidence' to check out here.
  • Universe People(link): The seizure-inducing webshite of the eponymous Czech UFO cult. Slide upon slide of incomprehensible new-agey rambling about angels, Jesus, love and saurians. Could give Time Cube a run for its money.

[edit] Conspiracists

  • All News Pipeline(link):, a Christian Conspiracy site who is so paranoid, that they believe their site host has it in for them. Slowly becoming more popular as another "go-to" site for Conspiracies.
  • American Holocaust(link):
  • Anonymous ART of Revolution(link): One of the more popular Anonymous Facebook pages due to their posting up of inspirational art, it is nevertheless a hot-bed of virtually every tin-hat theory under the roof. Basically Infowars with Guy Fawkes masks.
  • Attacking Satan in Jesus Name(link): Webshite run by Chris LaSala, a former atheist turned Protestant conspiracist. Convinced that Catholics, atheists and pretty much everyone else are worshippers of Satan. Amusing at times but also very alarming in the fact that he has managed to brainwash so many people on the internet into performing "exorcisms" on them over Skype.
  • Before It's News(link):
  • Clouverse(link): Forum-based social network for conspiracy theory and truth-seeking enthusiasts.
  • Concienciaradio.com(link): if you don't feel compassion for a delusional man and you can't help but laughing your ass off at almost every sentence the man says. Spanish-language.
  • Contraperiodismomatrix.com(link): is the shrine of Spanish conspiracy-mongers. Take a look just for the lulz!
  • David Icke.com(link): Wake up, sheeple! The world is being controlled by shape-shifting alien jews lizards from the 4th dimension! The moon is a hollowed-out planetoid from which reality is being projected! Secret passages in Masonic lodges lead to the Hollow Earth! WOOOOOOOH!
  • Disclosure.tv(link): A website full of people "Exposing" conspiracy theories.
  • Educate Yourself(link): Every nutter thing in the book: colloidal silver, chemtrails, the New World Order, and vaccine hysteria, to being the last people on earth to continue to defend Lauren Stratford. Also has an article entitled "Prevent Alien/Demonic Attacks". Oh, and quantum; dis we mention the quantum in at least 54 different articles?
  • The Forbidden Knowledge(link):
  • Godlike Productions(link):
  • Henry Makow.com(link):
  • Humans Are Free(link):
  • The Intel Hub(link): More of the same.
  • Justify Theory(link): Apparently, the logo of the Monster Energy[wp] drink brand represents the number 666, and is therefore proof that Satanists/Masons/the Illuminati rule the world.
  • Mad Cow Tourist Info(link): Can you say "schizophrenia"? This website contains hundreds of pages by a woman claiming to have visited England and had her asthma inhaler somehow infected with BSE by government agents. She cured herself with herbs, and then went out trying to track down what happened. Reading the story (which has been going for 13 years) is like watching a thriller movie. Everyone’s in on it, and they’re all out to get her. Oh, and apparently Prince William is trying to seduce her.
  • Media Exposed(link):
  • No Matter What ... it always boils down to ...(link): The usual Jack Chickian/Henry Makowian stuff. Illuminati/Masonic/Satanic conspiracies, racism (especially anti-Semitism) and gun-nuttery.
  • Nyhetsspeilet(link): When arguing in Norwegian, stay away.
  • One Evil(link):
  • Pravda.ru(link):
  • Reality 101(link):
  • Rense(link): Jeff Rense's webshite. It's like a slightly (huge emphasis on slightly) saner version of Whale.to.[79] Mostly concentrates on conspiracy theories of the Illuminati/NWO/Jewish type, but also a big source of alt-woo, and just woo in general.
  • Saints Against Tyranny(link): Same as always. Masonic symbolism in corporate logos, Bohemian Club, Baphomet, depopulation... *yawn*.
  • Sweet Liberty(link):
  • Truth and Action(link): "Learn the Truth... Then Take Action" - they rarely cite their sources and when they do, it frequently ends in circular references.
  • Truth Control(link):
  • Truth News Australia(link):
  • Truther.org(link):
  • The Truthseeker(link):
  • The Unhived Mind(link):
  • UFOTV(link): Known for their crank documentaries[80]
  • Veterans Today(link): Advertises itself as a "military & foreign affairs journal" with a few useful bits of information on veterans' benefits and loans ripped from legit sites to boost its credibility, it's mostly another source of conspiracy theories regarding 9/11, Benghazi, Obama, the New World Order, etc., with a very generous heaping of antisemitism and Holocaust denial.
  • Vigilant Citizen(link): Dedicated to hyper-analyzing supposed Illuminati/New World Order symbolism within popular culture. Puts a special, extremely creepy emphasis on attempting to prove that every female pop star ever is a mind-controlled sex slave.
  • WhatDoesItMean.com(link): The conspiracy site to end all conspiracy sites, "highlighted" by the "reporting" of Sorcha Faal.
  • What Really Happened(link): Mostly conspiracy nuts, but also some woo and anti-Semitism mixed in for good measure.
  • Whale.to(link): Best known as a site promoting various alt-med conspiracy theories, this is more of a maelstrom of lunacy.
  • Educate-yourself.org(link): is an American version of Whale.to, right down to the layout of the pages, though not quite as comprehensive.
  • DAHBOO77(link): A gun nut exposing the truth about the NWO, impending martial law, failing border, etc.
  • The Forerunner Chronicles(link): Christopher Hudson is a "guerrilla filmmaker" and self proclaimed Seventh-day Adventist "pastor" (despite having no ministerial credentials whatsoever) based out of New York. Clearly influenced by fellow SDA conspiracy theorist/creationist Walter Veith (although with a much bigger emphasis on the conspiracy theory part). Some of Hudson’s greatest hits: accusing rapper Jay-Z of being a devil-worshipping Freemason, denouncing Oprah Winfrey as a disciple of Satan, accusing Obama of attempting to turn America gay, declaring masturbation a sin that causes mental illness and calling superstorm Sandy a harbinger of cannibalism. Notorious for blocking any and all remotely critical comments, stifling honest questions and debates among viewers in his video threads and for his highly aggressive, loud, authoritative manner of speaking. Routinely begs for money from his subscribers and unfortunately has plenty of churches willing to support his "ministry". Made national news as the creepy, predatory "spiritual advisor" to young actor Angus Jones, who converted to Adventism after watching his videos.
  • FullSpectrumSurvival(link): A survivalist how-to guide for the apocalypse.
  • Gorilla199(link): A British conspiracy theorist and Christian. He claims that the world is controlled by shape-shifting aliens and Freemasons. He is known to block anybody who posts comments that criticise his videos, claiming that they worship "The Beast." He is basically Nephilimfree and David Icke combined into one person. Also engaged in anti-relativity bullshitery.(link)
  • Jarrah White(link): The (self-proclaimed?) "Grandson of the Apollo Hoax Theory ;" among his most recent stunts is ambushing Phil Plait and Adam Savage with a concealed camera at TAM8.
  • Mark Passio(link): A conspiracy theorist who talks about the occult, UFOs and the evil Federal Reserve
  • MoonlightOwl70(link): "I don't follow conspiracy "theories" I only use [sic] facts. People need to wake up." These "facts" are just hand signs, symbols and long-refuted "evidence", turns out.
  • Michelle Hopkins(link): Makes a lot of videos ranting about HAARP and Chemtrails. Thinks chemtrails have blood and can land on cars. Oh and, in some videos, her description for those videos are LONG and full of Youtube links to other Conspiracy Themed videos. Of course, to some people she's a govt. paid shill. Not even Conspiracy Theorists can trust each other.
  • Revelations Network(link): Every conspiracy Theory under the sun. Law of Exclamation applies. Apparently run by a man who calls himself "Brother Jessie"
  • RICK THORNE(link): Yeah... You're brain will melt when you go on his channel. Speeches out of context, "CAPS LOCK BECAUSE I AM A [sic] DISABLED VIETNAM WAR VET" and hundreds of videos of crazy. Pretty funny actually.
  • SGTReport(link): A channel with every conspiracy theory you could think of.
  • SkidRowRadio(link): Formally known as oojamaflipper, this user is typically anti-western in his theories. Recent videos have included doubt at the death of Osama Bin Laden, with the theory that Osama was killed in 2001 and "put on ice" in order to boost poll ratings for an american president. He has also expressed the thought that the Fukushima nuclear incident has been covered up by the US and Japanese governments and is actually far more dangerous than they are willing to admit. SkidRowRadio also engages in the more common "Iraq and Afghanistan was for oil" conspiracy, ignoring what has been pointed out many times by many people: Afghanistan contains no oil (he has attempted to justify this by saying that the war in Afghanistan is not about oil in Afghanistan, but a plan to build a pipe-line through the country).
  • StormCloudsGathering(link): A channel about what you aren't being told and how global financial collapse and the start of WW3 are imminent.
  • TruthNeverTold(link): Wake up sheeple, the financial market is going to crash any moment now so buy gold now before the NWO ban it!
  • The Vigilant Christian(link): Conspiracy theorist who thinks that everything is satanic illuminati. Everything that is wrong is the illuminati according to The Vigilant Christian. Is anti-Semitic, thinks the Marvel superheroes are evil when he completely disregards the villains such as Mephisto, thinks Batman and Superman are Marvel when they are in fact DC, and hates he hates women as proved by the video Vigilant Manhood 101 - The Satanaic Feminist Movement EXPOSED.[81]

[edit] Survivalists and doomsday-preppers

  • American Preppers Network(link):
  • December212012.com(link): 2012 Apocalypse and Planet X/Nibiru fearmongering. Is still online, in spite of the fact that, well, you know...
  • The Economic Collapse Blog(link): Survivalist wingnuttery, constant predictions of impending doom, failing at basic economics, paranoia, gold buggery, it's all here.
  • Martial Law Survival(link): A plug for a book by a purported former soldier and political advisor "revealing" how the US government is soon going to institute martial law and lock tax protestors and abortion opponents up in FEMA concentration camps, as well as what said persons can do to prepare.
  • Northeast PA Polar Shift Preparedness Site(link): The world as we know it will end next year with the shifting of the magnetic poles and only a few people in Pennsylvania know. The N.E.P.A. website may help you prepare and will also explain crop circles.
  • Stansberry and Associates(link): A painfully transparent mix of economic doomsaying and pump-and-dump financial fraud. Proudly shilled for by Ron Paul and a number of far-right "news" sites.
  • StormCloudsGathering(link): A sleekly designed website layered over a survivalist and crank-laden mess that makes the average Tea Party look sane. Where World War III and the impending collapse of the economy/nation/global civilization/etc. is just around the corner, with a good helping of NWO, 9/11 trutherism, and a kitchen sink of conspiracy propaganda. Warning: clicking the link may cause one to lose hope in humanity. That said, they don't mince words when it comes to racists and neo-Nazis,[82] so there's at least one thing going for them. Also, hear all about what you're "not being told" by the "corporate media", like: The DHS has bought 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition, the US is preparing for a coming economic crash ... by planning to put people in slave camps, and the Sarin gas in Syria in August 2013 was orchestrated by Obama in order to blame Assad so he could go to war with Syria's allies (which, of course, the site talked about before the attack even took place).
  • The Survival Zone(link):
  • Cleve Blakemore: US expat survivalist in Australia who maintains the market leader in computerized fallout shelter management software. (It is a very, very small market sector.) Also thinks Stephen Hawking is a fraud. Suspected of trolling us via sockpuppet, not very successfully.
  • Gerald Celente: The phrase "the pornography of pessimism" was invented to describe his message. Predicted everything, especially the global meltdown and the bankruptcy of the USA which happened exactly as he predicted on... er, wait....
  • Nicole Foss (A.K.A. Stoneleigh): Moderator of The Automatic Earth website which has been continually predicting that we are on the cusp of a massive and devastating deflation (Dow Jones to 1,000, homes lose 90% of their value), each and every day since 2009.
  • Tyler Durden/Dan Ivandjiiski: Goldman Sachs is a cabal that manipulates the US economy in order to steal from everyone. Which, y'know, really doesn't sound that far off the mark ... at least until you see the extent to which this guy takes it.
  • Michael T. Snyder: The world is going to end every day since 2008...just you wait! Then Jesus is going to kick butt.

[edit] Sometimes site, sometimes shite

  • Alexandra Blue(link): Gender egalitarian who is the member of a men's group at her university. When she's sometimes good, she's allowing feminists to be involved with that men's group at her university, so the group can be a place of open discussion, and doesn't mind if people use the term feminist as well as refusing to mention the name of the radical anti-feminist group that attacked the Men's Group she was a part of out fear of them receiving harassment, thus placing her to be one of the far more respectable members of the anti-feminist movement. When she's shit, however, she's involved in Skeptorr's cringe worthy and morally disgusting video "An Apology to All Men" which was a response to two equally cringe worthy "An Apology to All Women" videos. Has a video on her channel entitled "Women in the West are NOT oppressed" where she then proceeds to spew the same anti-feminist talking points. Friends of BASSFZz, a fundamentalist Christian who had a problem with evolution
  • AlterNet(link): Tends to endorse GMO hysterics and has dabbled in anti-corporate/anti-capitalist conspiracies.
  • Buzzfeed(link): Pioneer of those horrible faux-nostalgia articles that reference scented markers and orange VHS tapes.[83] Purportedly liberal, the news items are all ripped from other sites, with major factual error attached, leading to some embarrassing retractions. When they're good, they make videos such as, if you've been bullied, you're not alone. When they're shit, however, they're making 36 Questions Women Have for Men.
  • Cato Institute(link):
  • Cracked.com(link): Has published some hypocritical and egotistical opinion pieces and occasionally oversimplifies or misrepresents historical or scientific studies.
  • Common Dreams(link): A progressive independent news and aggregate site with a variety of articles and links. On the other hand, it's also "progressive" in a very similar manner to Truthout and OpEdNews, with a habit of including (and attracting) a number of writers from the crankier and more hardline/radical sides of the left wing. Read very selectively.
  • GOPLifer(link): Blog of Chris Ladd, a liberal Republican. Has published neoconservative leaning opinion pieces, occasionally red-baits social democracy, and has such a frothing hatred of Bernie Sanders that he goes into semi-wingnut territory whenever he's brought up, possibly to support the idea that Sanders is "just as crazy" as the GOP. Still probably by far one of the best blogs run by a Republican, especially when it comes to political analysis and domestic issues, just be cautious of foreign policy pieces (to be fair Ladd basically admits as much as well).
  • Huffington Post(link): Arianna Huffington's site has a lot of good news and political content, albeit with an annoying tendency toward progressive orthodoxy (read: U.S. Democratic Party) despite Arianna's having supported Ralph Nader in 2000. On the other hand, the site is full of alt-med woo and New Age nuttery, and the occasional vaccine denialism. Read selectively.
  • Occupy.com(link): Created as attempt at being the Huffington Post for the Occupy Wall Street crowd, it takes pride in promoting alternative media and viewpoints from activists though it's not formally endorsed by the movement's main players. On the other hand, similarly to its inspiration the site has an increasingly prevalent tendency to promote woo and crank-laden ideas (including oddly enough the moonbat variants of Monsanto and NWO conspiracies) as said "alternative viewpoints" along with aggregating more dubious sources alongside legitimate media outlets. As a result, it just teeters on replicating the same mistakes Truthout made. Read very selectively.
  • OpEdNews(link): Has endorsed conspiracies and antiscientific woo.
  • openDemocracy(link): A self-described "digital commons" based in the United Kingdom, whose tagline is "Free thinking for the world." As a debate floor of sorts for international politics, culture and other issues, it provides various articles and opinion pieces from academics, policymakers, journalists and the occasional activist that cover the political spectrum. That said, its professed pluralism can depend considerably on one's biases and has been criticized by some media outlets for providing voices for less worthwhile viewpoints. Thus at times, it can come across as Comment is Free for the intelligentsia if you're not careful.
  • Reason(link): "Free minds and free markets", plays the moderate cosmopolitan libertarian counter to Lew Rockwell's radical paleo-libertarianism. Like Rockwell, makes a point of standing on principle and so both Rockwell and Reason are largely devoid of the corporate astroturf that dominates other so-called libertarian sites. Unlike Rockwell, Reason is pro-choice, pro-gay etc. and doesn't hold much truck for quacks, Christian fundamentalists, and woo-meisters. Not without serious problems of its own: chief among them a tendency to veer into neoconservatism, and another being the open comments format is a hive of nastiness.
  • Reddit(link): Phil Och's "Love Me, I'm A Liberal" could have been Reddit's anthem, except they stopped pretending to care about minorities a long time ago.
  • The Young Turks(link): Famous for its often scathing criticisms of corruption and bigotry in politics, as well as their attempts to curb money in politics after the Citizens United ruling. Gained fame for being one of the only news commentary outlets that spoke out against the Iraq War before it began, and consistently criticizes Democrats as much as Republicans (which notably put one of their hosts in trouble when he worked with MSNBC). However, it has a lot of frankly frivolous entertainment content jammed into the second hour that you might wanna skip, and has had controversy over its unfortunate name (which is odd since they are not Armenian Genocide deniers).
  • Truthout(link): Has had embarrassing articles that claim to tell the reader what the mainstream wouldn't.
  • TV Tropes(link): Generally very funny and insightful; just try to stay abreast of the flame wars, childish antics of people who have nothing better to do than hate fandoms, and the psychotic mods, which used to get really mad if you were critical of Lady Gaga.
  • Utne Reader(link): Has endorsed antivaccine hysteria and food woo.

[edit] Not fitting anywhere else

  • Encyclopædia Dramatica(link): A NSFW 'encyclopedia' devoted entirely for unfunny trolling. Avoid staying for long, as your IQ will drop rapidly.
  • New World Encyclopedia(link): A Moonie encyclopedia.
  • The Phora(link):
  • Thought Catalog(link):
  • Against Xristos(link): (Warning:NSFW): If "I Am the Walrus" were a website, it would be this. An educated guess of the site's central thesis would be that there's a conspiracy to hide Christ's real name, which is christoV [sic]. There's numerology, something to do with how cherubs are painted, asian ladies' faces, that Jesus should be Christov not Christ, and then Baphomet... something about transgender people and the devil... Judaism... yin-yang? Wisconsin? Allah? Goo-goo-g'joob!
  • The Anti-Media(link): Nick Bernabe's "alternative media" site, flipflopping between Tea Party-style and Indymedia UK-style ideas. Though it tries not to be as obvious as Infowars (emphasis on tries), this self-professed ode to "grass-roots journalism" has quite a lot of hatred for Monsanto and the mainstream media while linking to other similarly "alternative" pages, including a Truther news site.
  • Auroville(link): About a New Age "utopian community" that's one part Woodstock, one part Jonestown and one part Rapture from Bioshock. It's an actual place in southern India, really.
  • BoyWiki(link): a pro-pedophilia activist wiki. 'Nuff said
  • Cassiopaea(link): Laura Knight Jadczyk's webshite. Seems to principally revolve around something called the "Cassiopaean Experiment" which involves channelling entities (aliens? our future selves?) of the same name. Also contains barely-comprehensible articles about 9/11, the New World Order, JFK, the 2012 Apocalypse, the Holy Grail and "psychopaths" among other things.
  • Egomoral(link): another pro-pedophile and pro-Zoophile site
  • Collective Evolution: website(link) and Facebook(link): A clickbait website that loves nothing more than misleading its readers.
  • Daily Mail(link): Sometimes posts articles that aren't made-up bullshit. All such articles are plagiarised from other news sources; find and use those.
  • The Sun(link):
  • The Express(link):
  • Fables of an Adjacent Reality(link): Geez, how can this one even be described? It's... this page... full of cartoon images... which link to other pages... containing rambling screeds about various contemporary societal issues such as the death penalty and the prospect of alien life... which in turn link to even more pages. Don't even bother trying to make sense of it. Could be a Poe.
  • Face to Face(link): This blogger is obsessed with the idea that the libtards, fags, feminazis, beta males, and (especially) Jews have cowed us all into a life-denying "cocooning" culture, or something. He's also big on "human biodiversity" and appears to regard the 1980s as the Golden Age and apogee of American civilization.
  • The Flat Earth Society(link):
  • The Freedom Association(link): The British equivalent of the Tea Party crowd!
  • Haig Report(link): Some Australian guy rants about the University of Queensland, the police, feminism, Coles and mercury poisoning among other things. As the website that owed its name to Haig's Law, the design suggests the owner might have ate a kaleidoscope and vomitted on his computer monitor, and he nothing less than confesses to possessing a skull deformity.
  • I Am the Tea Party Leader(link): A Tea Party blog.
  • IPCE (formerly International Pedophile and Child Emancipation)(link). Pro-pedophilia/pederasty organization.
  • Kids and Teens for Satan(link): No, REALLY.
  • The Local Group(link): Page after page of novel length discussion of immortality virii, how to make millions and what the Illuminati really are. Pure whackadoodle.
  • Misterxmedia(link): A conspiracy theorist who believes there's secret stacked chips inside the Xbox One console and Sony is an evil omnipotent entity paying off developers and media to lie. Seems to suffer from legit paranoid schizophrenia by scribbling random nonsense on tech diagrams.
  • Nambla.org (www.nambla.org): The webshite of the North American Man/Boy Love Association. We sure as fuck aren't about to link you to this!
  • Newton's Equation Solved Wrong for 350 Years U Tube(link): A Time Cube-esque dissertation by a guy named Joe Nahhas arguing something to the effect of all physics of the past 350 years being wrong, with the obligatory use of different colors for every sentence. In his words: "I am Joe Nahhas discovered at age 15 in summer of 1973 that all of physics for past 350 years is mathematically solved in event time or lab time and later these same events will look different if measured in real time and will have different values and what we see later in real time will not be what started." Um, uh-huh.
  • Orgy of the Will(link): Yet another Time Cube/Against Xritos/Haig Report-esque word collage with no discernible hypothesis. Other dimensions... Wittgenstein... journalistic integrity... Napoleon... species are fictitious... slavery was the best thing to happen to blacks... beta males... If not a Poe, then just where/who the fuck do websites like this even come from, anyway? (This page[84] might go a way towards answering that question; it contains pretty much everything you need to know about the author at any rate.)
  • The Phora(link):
  • Quantonics(link): Homepage of a new form of economics that is based on quantum... something-something. Holograms... Keynesian is evil... destroy the fed... Oh, hell, we don't know.
  • Riding the Tiger:(link): "A guide to survival in turbulent times". In reality, a right-wing radical traditionalist website with racist and homophobic propaganda. Articles defending monarchism and Juche, and against democracy. Seriously, the most pressing threats in the world include...Esperanto and Baha'i? The editors of the website are suspected to have accepted payment from the Chinese and Iranian governments to push pro-Chinese and pro-Iranian views.
  • Robert W. Felix's webshites: IceAgeNow(link) and EvolutionaryLeaps(link): Everything is caused by magnetic fields and cosmic rays. Vast amounts of pseudoscience, woo, and conspiracy theories.
  • SafeHaven Foundation(link). Pro-pedophilia/pederasty site.
  • Smash Cultural Marxism(link): Homophobic, anti-feminist, transphobic, white nationalist Facebook Like page.
  • Statist Idiot of the Day(link): An anarcho-capitalist Facebook Like page filled with homophobia, misogyny, transphobia and "Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white" crankery. It also promotes racialism and the Southern Lost Cause while celebrating "James Earl Ray Day".
  • The Mind Unleashed website(link) and Facebook(link): The Mind Unleashed encourages people to open and free their minds, which going by what they post means to abandon skepticism, critical thinking and embrace pseudoscience and fantasy instead.
  • The Venus Project(link): The web home of Jacque Fresco's "ideal" for all humanity. Imagine Auroville above with more techno-utopianism, dubious science and crankery than New Age woo.
  • Time Cube(link) (now defunct): The jewel of the clogosphere. Perhaps the craziest and most incoherent website ever created. A severe paranoid schizophrenic rambles on for pages and pages and pages about time being cubic and the Earth undergoing four simultaneous 24 hour days during a single axial rotation. Or something. If you only read one of websites listed here, read this one. It's much, much funnier than we made it sound just now.
  • UNIFY(link): Essentially what happens when you combine flash mobs, yoga, The Secret and New Age consciousness woo.
  • War on You(link): A forum made of people so crazy they were rejected from the Alex Jones forums.
  • Webmaster of the Internet(link): Has something to do with, er, parents creating children for the purpose of dying and not telling them, and, er, Google's Adsense commercials for diamond rings funding immortality research, but beyond that is completely indecipherable.
  • Ed Conrad's Webshites: .com(link) and .org(link) anti-evolutionist loon who seems to think that anything associated with the Smithsonian is inherently evil, also a 9/11 truther and crank who's ideas regarding life after death make many fundies look sane in comparison. (Also a Usenet spammer).

[edit] YouTube vloggers

[edit] General headscratchers

  • Amaqula(link): Islamo-paranoid, Pro-Catholic wingnut that's too much of a Thomas Woods fan for her own good. Spouts claims such as (but not limited to): that "Secular Society" will fall to Islamification due to a "Decreasing Demographic," that contraception usage is genocide, that the Knights Templar should be brought back and other assorted cookery.
It all boils down to one thing though: in her mind, Europe needs to return to the days of being under a CATHOLIC STATE (in all caps, just as shown.), which she claims is not a theocracy , just that the Pope/Vatican would have the final say in "Moral Matters" (er, what do we call this again? Oh right... A theocracy) . Known for posting her rather boring and uninspiring videos as video responses to more popular videos (most of which have little to do with religion or politics at all) in a very thinly veiled attempt to leach off the popularity of the video's she's "responding" to. Also suspected of using a sockpuppet account called MsCATHOLICSTATE. Thankfully these users are extremely disliked by YouTube in general, as even most Catholics don't want anything to do with either of them. Would be passed off as a simple YouTube troll, but has been known to comment on other sites in order to spout the same message.
  • Brett Keane(link): One of the first notable YouTube atheists. However, he has a history of malicious behavior on YouTube, consisting of getting banned for doc-dropping, plagiarizing a poem, contradicting himself about beating his wife, and filing false DMCAs against users who are critical of him. And now claims to be a Christian.
  • Calpurnpiso(link): A batshit crazy antitheist. He claims that religion is a mental disorder and refers to Christianity as "Christ-Psychosis." He may be one of the few examples of a reverse poe.
  • Donald Trump(link): Front runner for the GOP for the 2016 Presidential candidate. At one point was a Democrat, but is now a Republican, probably because it benefits him financially. Said he wants to build a wall around Mexico to keep them out and wants to get rid of the Muslims. Uncertain how much of what he says he actually believes, as he's not set into his beliefs, unlike Ted Cruz who is a far right wing fundamentalist Christian to the teeth. Sometimes he says we should get our troops out of Syria and other times he says we should commit war crimes. Is known for contradicting himself. Said he didn't agree with Kim Davis was sent to jail but also said that the decision of the Supreme Court must be upheld, despite not being against Davis herself.
  • Guitaoist(channel link): An astrologer who makes videos that are enthusiastic of the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, while twisting in astrological, spiritual, psychic, and in general pseudoscientific and pseudophilosophical views to Nietzsche. The majority of his videos are intellectually dishonest. He also talks about Emerson, Joyce, and Jung. He blocks people who criticize and disagree with him.
  • Heyruka(link): Conservative (generally) vlogger who has taken up the mantle of race realism. Also has a slight tendency to NOT read the sources she references, leading to lulz.
  • Keemstar (as Drama Alert)(link): Covers news stories without going into details about those stories. Said an innocent old man playing video games was someone who was still in prison. His apology video got several dislikes. This video, perfectly describes him.[88]Also runs a podcast channel called "Triggered". The content of this channel should easily be interpreted from the name. Is heavily known for blocking people on twitter because they don't agree with him, as well as making rash decisions and not thinking about the things he says before he says them[89]
  • LeafyIsHere(link): Youtube commentator who makes videos of himself reacting to videos whilst playing the "surf" gamemode on Counter Strike Global Offensive. Garnered negative attention when he did a video on TommyNC2010, calling him a cancer of the internet, in spite of the fact that Tommy had Autism. Forced to make a public apology, mainly just to save face, which even Tommy's buddy, Joe Cronin, called out as untrue as months before Leafy made the video, he commented on a video from OfficialDuckStudios where he called Tommy autistic. Granted both Leafy and Duck apologized saying they had no idea, but that doesn't forgive the rest of Leafy's videos, including one so "gracefully" called HOW TO NOT GET RAPED BY EVERYONE YOU EVER MEET[90] where he completely missed the point that sexual harassment and rape are things that women have to deal with on a daily basis.
  • Milo Yiannopoulos: A Breitbart reporter who gained notoriety for jumping on the Gamergate bandwagon, Milo is perhaps the most recognizable internet celebrity aligned with the hash tag movement. He is incredibly provocative, taking part in a witch hunt on Sarah Nyberg, considering gays to be "the master race" (to Dave Rubin) while simultaneously saying that he wishes he was straight (to Joe Rogan), saying the wage gap is a myth, calling atheists to be thin-skinned and "easy to wind up," dismissing the idea that atheists are a discriminated minority in America, writing about how "violent" gamers were the day before he discovered Gamergate, he doesn't think that there are any oppressed classes in America (apart from blacks), loving Donald Trump, saying the left wing wants to legalize pedophilia... he's the perfect caricature ripe for a RationalWiki article.
  • Pupinia Stewart(link): Is an obvious act who continues to make videos pretending how she's a complete dumbass despite outing herself as an obvious act, especially a video where she said that Onision doesn't deserve the hate he's been getting. Wants to marry and date Donald Trump despite him being 69 and despite Pupinia being only 18. Believes feminism is women earning more money than men and says that she wants that, despite occasionally yelling at feminists.
  • PsycheTruth(link): A 'health' channel full of New Age crap and alternative medicine.
  • Sam Pepper(link): Internet "prankster" who got called out in 2014 for pinching women's butts on the street's, which is less a prank and more sexual harassment. As a response, Laci Green created a petition to kick him off of YouTube. Is known as to be a pathological liar as in 2016 during an interview with Keemstar, he admitted that the pranks were fake and that he hired actors to perform them, thus making the people involved with the prank just as bad as he was as his videos say that it's okay to harass people on the streets.
  • Truthloader(link): A channel bringing investigative and citizen journalism together that's run by British media group ITN. But as its stated goal is also to cover things the media either ignore or don't touch, it also covers quite a good deal of conspiracy theories and fringe woo. The resulting can come across like a hipper, diluted version of RT, where legitimate news clashes with both amateur journalist fodder and features involving UFOs, Alex Jones, etc.
  • WorthlessLoser8(link): Formerly variablast, but that channel was turned into a community channel (and was later deleted by his ex-girlfriend), shared with a number of other users, and Niggeritarian (a channel that was suspended). White man who a while back decided to take a stand for "name freedom" (the right to change your name to absolutely anything, as part of your free speech) by changing his legal name to "Mister Radical Fuckcensorship Supernigger Nigger." He later expanded this into a campaign to reclaim the word "nigger" by redefining it to mean both (as a noun) "human" and (as a verb) "to reclaim a word," believing that doing so would help to reduce racial tensions. While actually fairly intelligent,Do You Believe That? he seems to be willing to put far more effort into such an activity than its actually worth, and has succeeded largely in alienating a huge number of people who were previously his fans.
  • William Tapley(link): Either he is a batshit insane purveyor of some of the furthest-out-there claims regarding eschatology and prophecy or he is a brilliant parodist of the same who has convinced a lot of viewers that he really believes this bullshit. His video series is titled Revelation Unraveled. In these videos, he stands in front of a green screen showing various bucolic scenes and delivers some of the most head-scratching analogies regarding modern events that you will ever hear. His appearance is quite striking: white hair and whiskers; an assortment of Cardigan sweaters; and a fuckin' big gold crucifix around his neck. It all makes him look like one of those Catholic priests who tries to look like Santa Claus so that little Johnny and/or Janey will be more willing to follow him into the rectory for a "treat." Also calls himself "The Third Eagle of the Apocalypse" and "The Co-Prophet of the End Times." Has a remarkable knack for spotting phallic symbols supposedly hidden everywhere by the forces of Satan.
  • Common Filth(link): A fundamentalist Christian and all-round crank who has a particular grudge against LGBT rights and abortion, characterising modern western society as being run by a shadowy cabal of gay people. Almost everything bad which has happened in the world in the last half-century has apparently been the result of people doing things he thinks are icky inside their own bedrooms. Known mainly for his "Tumblrista" and "Vine Marathon" compilations, where he insults and mocks vulnerable people who are half his age. He has been highly critical of the alt-right, but this is mainly because he believes they are too lenient on homosexuality. Has a small but extremely loyal following.

[edit] Parody

  • Liberty Prime#USA:Twitter account whose sole purpose is that he is a, "40ft tall Patriot of these United States, my hobbies are Freedom, Liberation of the oppressed, and crushing communism until it is long forgotten." Thinks Donald Trump is a joke and isn't a threat to the American people. Believes in the punishment of social justice warriors and thinks that if people can't handle jokes, then they're skin is too thin.[91][92] Hopes that Milo Yiannapolous is his future husband.
  • Weekly World News: Although in this case it's not so much that they're full of misinformation, it's more that you're stupid enough to believe it's real.
  • ChristWire: Although in this case it's not so much that they're full of misinformation, it's more that you're stupid enough to believe it's real.

[edit] See also

  • Poe's Law: Lists some parody webshites.
  • Badger's Law: websites that contain "truth" in their name or URL do not contain truth in their content

[edit] External links

[edit] Footnotes

  1. http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Open_Source_Portal
  2. In other words, to describe Fitzpatrick's views (to the extent that they are at all coherent; her rants tend to lean towards word salad with Russian dressing) is to have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to use the phrase "vulgar Galambosianism". In addition, she not only supported SOPA but castigated SL content creators for being against it.
  3. The remarkable part is that Winer somehow managed to do this to an open standard. The IETF basically threw out RSS and replaced it with Atom for this reason.
  4. [1] wendy1946 accused of being Holden, but denied
  5. [2] GodGunsGuts accused of being Holden - though GodGunsGuts later misspells Holden twice - who then posts to wendy1946 that his accuser is conflating the two of them; wendy doesn't respond. Also, metmom and Stultis doubt GodGunsGuts is Holden
  6. [3] The FAQ for c.l.a. contains an entry for Ted. As to whether Ada was/is a failure... well, the Pentagon mandate expired years ago, and a lot of people don't find it the most comfortable or comprehensible language to work in, but it's still used widely for aerospace programming, and there's a fairly large base of legacy code used by defense contractors around the world, and it's a first-class supported language in GCC, so at the very least "failure" is a relative term. On the other hand, JOVIAL, the closest thing it has to a predecessor, is dangerously close to oblivion given how much JOVIAL code is still out there...
  7. Apparently, accusing American Jews who oppose Israeli policies of being self-loathing is a somewhat common hasbara trope. This overall doesn't help Israel's rather spotty public image.
  8. Apropos of nothing, "Sarfatti" is slightly mangled Hebrew for "Frenchman".
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwvJPfY-nfs
  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFFsO-X2-ss
  11. [4]
  12. [5]
  13. http://davidjstewartexposed.blogspot.co.uk
  14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUkvimXVqrQ
  15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tVacszJGQk
  16. http://hinduexistence.org/about/
  17. http://www.stephen-knapp.com/links_to_other_websites.htm
  18. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4lFSq_Efzk
  19. Under the Helmet 4 - ArmouredMedia.com
  20. "...B) You should never use Rational Wiki as a source for anything... ever..."
  21. http://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=6Zb7byu_bbY
  22. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dO_Tk4ugYjE
  23. http://fringeelements.tumblr.com/post/2061998843/white-people
  24. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbPyZrg-IA0
  25. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgBPeXJpHFA
  26. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1saLGKWCsnU
  27. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyLTyidzyS8
  28. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3zoO1EnHmg
  29. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kG-_Sa4f6i0
  30. http://fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=99305
  31. Jason Gastrich's RFA at Wikipedia
  32. [6]
  33. For example in his video "Mom and Dad banned from school in California... " Bob panicked over California's SB 777 bill that forbade school curriculum from discriminating against sexual orientation; WND similarly made such an assertion, which is false (Terry Krepel, "Unruh Repeats Anti-Gay Lies About California Law." ConWebWatch: February 8, 2008.)
  34. "Free" Black Eyed Peas concert costs NYC taxpayer millions
  35. What if they Stole Your Springsteen Seats... (a rather stupid illegal immigration analogy); ILLEGAL Immigrants are now VOTING... (which is a very minor issue as voting fraud is an extremely rare crime, and voters are required to be citizens anyway)
  36. Drinking with Bob on The Filter (Jan. 14, 2010)
  37. Bob Thompson on The Filter (Jan. 20, 2010)
  38. DrinkingWithBob mad at Jon Stewart
  39. Celebrating Kwanzaa at Human Events
  40. For example, this one "Jason Mattera ambushes John Kerry" accusing John Kerry of sympathizing with Vietnamese communists and attacking him over the Winter Soldier investigations.
  41. As of August 1, 2011, that video "Does Al Franken even know what was in the health-care bill he voted for? Um..nope" has 220 likes and 1,139 dislikes on YouTube. Media Matters published an article "Mattera's video attacks on Franken and Grayson based on falsehoods" debunking that video and Mattera's video attacking Rep. Alan Grayson "Why would Alan Grayson want to give your money over to Native American child molesters?" (as of Aug. 1, 2011: 96 likes, 44 dislikes)
  42. Gibbs asked if he ever feels dirty defending this administration's lies and deception: 325 likes, 202 dislikes as of Aug. 1, 2011
  43. Interview with The Useless Critic
  44. Reality mugs a liberal, Obama MLK supporter gets mugged, reality mugs a liberal
  45. Happy O'Green Day! Although RZP claimed in the video description that the school "replaced St. Patrick's Day" with "O'Green Day", the school actually made the Friday right before St. Patrick's as that day.
  46. KIRO-AM disputes radio show host fired for criticizing Rather
  47. "WAR Helps... A lot! (Featuring John Lennon)." There's a video response by another user: "Steven Crowder's War on Peace"
  48. School's for fools!
  49. GAY MARRIAGE! (featuring Gay Leprechaun)
  50. Tommy Sotomayor: "How Democrats & White Liberals Are Destroying The Black American People!"
  51. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5INFAuM1xI
  52. See the Wikipedia article on The Canary (political blog).
  53. No, really: http://www.counterpunch.org/2012/09/18/pol-pot-revisited/
  54. That Guy T: "Anti-Discrimination Laws Are Stupid"
  55. She goes too far by even YouTube standards, and is called out in the comments section
  56. She seems unaware of how amusingly Marxist her tone is
  57. [7]
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  59. [9]
  60. [10]
  61. Dondero stating he will no longer communicate with anyone who disagrees with him, thus greatly improving the lives of the very people he claims to despise. (Courtesy of the IWBM)
  62. http://townhall.com/columnists/johnhawkins/2013/06/08/20-basic-truths-youre-not-supposed-to-talk-about-in-america-anymore-n1615722/page/full
  63. http://crooksandliars.com/blue-texan/stupid-right-wing-tweets-john-hawkins-e
  64. http://www.rightwingnews.com/john-hawkins/15-quotes-from-conservatives-on-the-global-warming-hoax/
  65. http://townhall.com/columnists/johnhawkins/2013/10/15/5-republicans-who-deserve-to-lose-their-jobs-over-their-shutdown-behavior-n1723915/page/2
  66. http://freethoughtblogs.com/pharyngula/2011/12/09/victor-ivanoff-is-a-slimy-stalker/
  67. Ivanoff is quite fond of calling feminist skeptics "baboons", a label that some of us would probably adopt if he was in any meaningful sense important.
  68. There was actually a literal masturbation situation involved, which by all indications proved nothing to anyone except that Ivanoff is kind of really weird.
  69. https://wikileaks.org/wiki/Polish_Neonazi_group_%22Redwatch%22_case_dismissal_files%2C_29_Oct_2009
  70. [11]
  71. The man who wrote this no doubt wonders why he's an "incel".
  72. http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/daily-dose-piccolo-dick
  73. http://www.fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=89433
  74. http://whoism3.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/confessions-of-a-reformed-incel
  75. http://whoism3.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/would-you-want-to-continue-to-work-for-zonebuddy-incorporated
  76. http://whoism3.wordpress.com/2013/07/04/youll-need-more-than-just-your-vagina-to-compete-with-the-future-nsfw (NSFW)
  77. http://www.reddit.com/r/Feminism/comments/1ei1qs/rfeminisms_moderators_hamhandedly_removing/
  78. Kristen V. Brown, "Whispering to the Right - The ultimate troll: The terrifying allure of Gamergate icon Milo Yiannopoulos", Fusion
  79. What meaning the phrase "saner than Whale.to" may possess is left as an exercise for the reader.
  80. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-klNO-AjW6M
  81. [12]
  82. http://stormcloudsgathering.com/economic-collapse-the-rise-of-fascist-racist-elements
  83. "12 THINGS ONLY PEOPLE BORN ON OCT 4 1991 WILL BE REMEMBER AND IF YOU WEREN'T BORN THEN AND SAY YOU REMEMBER IT YOU'RE OBVIOUSLY A LYING LITTLE DICKSNIFFER!!! YOU WON'T BELIEVE NUMBER 6!!!one!!"
  84. http://icycalmisacriminal.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/icycalm-is-a-criminal/
  85. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrW-ZUjyWmU
  86. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHLnw5-2vMBRvibTnTI89CaPt6M-WI0R4
  87. https://www.youtube.com/user/MrWolynski
  88. [13]
  89. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o3TfHjj_e4
  90. [14]
  91. [15]
  92. [16]
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