Internet Microaggression: Hate Cults vs. Neorevisionism by V. K. Clark
English | 28 July 2015 | ISBN: 1515270521 | 350 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 64.12 MB
We've all heard about it in the media. Devastating stories of cyberbullying, serial stalking and relentless harassment on YouTube, Amazon and other virtual spaces which offer us little to no protection from such attacks. Not surprisingly, World War II historical revisionists and neorevisionists are especially vulnerable to these vicious and oftentimes innovative forms of hate and abuse. From name calling, hate speech and misogynist fanaticism to deliberate lies, subversion and distortions, this expose offers invaluable insight into the growing viciousness of the virtual environment. Authors, researchers and general readers alike will learn a lot from this book as it reveals the hateful thoughts and subversive methods of the dark and growing underworld of Internet hate cults and trolls. Author V. K. Clark, a military historian, lets her attackers, such as Amazon troll reviewer "Paige Weeks", speak for themselves, in their own words. She also recollects some of her battles with the most vicious personalities the Internet has to offer, smashing their lies one by one. With an air of sarcasm and humor coupled with sheer substance, she corrects their flawed beliefs about Nazi race theory by means of a dual approach: photographs and statements by Third Reich authorities. In this way she reveals that Nazism was no different than the other Western nations when it came to ideas and policies concerning race. EXCERPT: "What follows is a sampling of the literal barrage of hate and abuse I have encountered from all of these groups as a result of my research. And this does not include anywhere near the full accounting of the abuse I've received from Ms. Carolyn Kahant, truthers and neo-nazis over the years. It is rather just the tip of the iceberg. It is this endless abuse, intimidation, cyberbullying and hatred which, taken together, has finally convinced me to retire from this genre after 6 years of publishing and to move on to other topics unrelated to Hitler and WW2."