Thursday, July 6, 2017


Late afternoon ANGRY yowls, bold and brave KitKats... the Kougar just spent an hour preparing this blog ONLY to have it fail TO SAVE... hopefully that will teach her never to TRUST blogger again, as she has been doing when she hits SAVE ... yep, that blog was lost. GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRSS!!!

So, the idji-tards at CNN have obviously stepped into a massive, elephant-herd sized pile of crap ... and have triggered the *very* justified wrath of the American people  All over the politically-aware internet HERE CAME THE *LET'S VILLIFY CNN* MEMES ... Let's NOT  forget that *FAKE NEWS, foment a war with Russia, and create your own false news stories* CNN brought this MEME WAR on themselves. So far, one of the Kougar's faves is one done by Rob Dew of ... it's the infamous scene where Indiana Jones takes out his gun and shoots the scimitar-wielding bad guy.

Also, how dumber-than-dumb was it of Twitter to remove the trending #CNNBlackmail ... like that's going to stop anything when folks are this blood-hot incensed.

Okay then, as this Big Cat recalls a tectonic weapon was tested down in Australia at the time of World War II... however, check on this info for yourself ... in this age of Tesla tech --- which WE THE PEOPLE AREN'T ALLOWED TO HAVE ... more than likely there is advanced tech being used in TECTONIC WARFARE ... yeah, it's here, and the following headlines-articles are probably just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.


Internet piles on CNN for going after meme-maker

Cable network CNN identified the man allegedly responsible for creating a meme depicting US President Donald Trump body-slamming the network, an image the president shared on Twitter last week.
After the anonymous Reddit user, “HanAssholeSolo,” issued an apology, CNN graciously said it would not publicly expose the person’s identity if he agreed not to do it again – a move which many saw as blackmail. 
“CNN reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change,” the network ominously stated in an article updated Wednesday.
In light of CNN’s threat to dox the anonymous Redditor,#CNNBlackmail became a top trend and the Internet naturally responded in kind with more memes depicting CNN being pulverized by President Trump.
Here are a few…
This is MAGA!
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News network accused of coercing, threatening to dox private citizen

CNN is reeling from a huge backlash after the news organization was accused of blackmailing the creator of the infamous Trump-CNN wrestling meme by threatening to reveal his identity.
The mainstream media thought it had scored a victory when it was discovered that the original creator of the meme had previously posted racist content.
However, the individual, know by his handle ‘HanAssholeSolo’, has if anything been turned into a martyr.
The controversy erupted when CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski bragged that CNN had refrained from publishing HanAssholeSolo’s real name because he had “issued an extensive statement of apology,” showed remorse and promised not to make fun of CNN again.

CNN extorts amateur satirist who made video tweeted by Trump: if you make fun of us again we will harm you 
CNN essentially blackmailed a private citizen because he made fun of CNN.
Let that sink in.
Should a news organization that blackmails private citizens be allowed to have White House press access?
Fresh off the back of James O’Keefe’s CNN exposé , the news network is on the ropes. It’s difficult to see how they’re going to recover from this one without huge damage to their credibility.
It also remains to be seen whether the originator of the meme, who some claim could be as young as 15-years-old (although Kaczynski denies this), will seek to launch a lawsuit against CNN.
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July 5, 2017

4Chan Declares War On CNN, The 'Media Mafia' After They Blackmail & Threaten Reddit User For WWE GIF Of Trump Body-Slamming CNN Logo

- This Is About to Get Very Ugly 


By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

Brief recap: In June CNN was forced to change headlines and a story that was completely false, then forced to retract another fake news article, delete all links to it and apologize while forcing three employees to resign over it, on top of project Veritas capturing CNN employees admitting the whole Russia narrative they have been pumping for the past six months was "bullsh*t" and a "nothingburger."

Could it get any worse for CNN? Glad you asked, it just did.

After months of attacking President Trump, his family and his supporters, the president struck back with an amusing GIF where footage from WrestleMania 23 in 2007 where Trump went up against WWE CEO Vince McMahon during a "Battle of the Billionaires" match, has been retouched to show the President body-slamming a figure with the letters "CNN" superimposed over the person's head.

With the typical snowflake, social justice warrior mentality, CNN and the rest of the establishment media went into full victimhood mode, claiming the GIF of Trump body-slamming a logo, was somehow an incitement to violence against all media.


Definition for Doxsearch for and publish private or identifying information about (a particular individual) on the Internet, typically with malicious intent.

CNN, not knowing when to quit when their journalistic malpractice was finally out of the spotlight, decided to shoot themselves in the head by "tracking down" a Reddit user who claimed he originally created the much talked about and shared GIF the president tweeted, then publishing an article saying the original Reddit user had apologized so they would not be publishing his name unless of course the user decided to go back to his "ugly behavior on social media," in where "CNN reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change."


Instantly the Twitter #1 trending hashtag was created #CNNBlackmail, where even progressive liberal writers like the senior reporter for Vox, German Lopez, states "I can't emphasize how bad this is on CNN's part. This is basically "don't post stuff we don't like or we'll dox you." Extremely unethical."

Headlines now are calling CNN "Thug Journalism," and others calling them the Media Mafia, while CNN, for the fourth time in so many weeks, is now back into complete damage control mode, with CNN KFile's Andrew Kaczynski is denying the passage quoted above was a "threat."

To highlight how much damage control spin CNN is attempting right now, before the backlash for threatening to dox the Reddit user them, Kaczynski claimed the "apology came after CNN identified" the Reddit user that created the original GIF meme, but after #CNNBlackmailstarted trending, the same CNN employees then tweeted the Reddit user "posted his apology before we ever spoke to him," captured in the screen shots being shared at the hashtag, just in case Kacynski decides to delete the original statement.


Evidently, CNN "was able to determine key biographical details, to find the man's name using a Facebook search and ultimately corroborate details he had made available on Reddit," according to their article on the topic, then reached out to the man in typical mafia style (we know who you are!), in fear for his personal safety as Breitbart reports, the user asked CNN not to name him, issued an apology on Reddit, which was deleted shortly thereafter, then CNN published the story saying they would not reveal the man's identity, but they reserve the right to if the man repeats his "ugly behavior on social media" again. ( link to the original CNN article)

They claim that is not a threat?

Well how about the now-deleted CNN anchor, Chris Cuomo follow up tweet, which said "Should CNN reveal name of Reddit user who made trump wrestling video? Had a lot of bigoted and hateful material on page and website." As National Review points out, that sounds a lot like "Nice life you’ve got there, fella, shame if something happened to it," which may be why Cuomo deleted it fast, but not before it was captured:



If CNN thought they were having problems before with the lies, the retractions, the forced resignations and the undercover videos from Project Veritas (another one of those is due out later), this latest decision to "track down" an Internet user for no other reason than they created an Internet GIF meme that CNN did not like, has not only brought about massive  and instant backlash against the news outlet, but users of 4chan, have now declared war against CNN.

4chan is has been dubbed "weaponized autism" users, an expression referring to the impressive capabilities of socially awkward, tech-savvy internet users, typically associated with those who frequent imageboards like 4chan and 8chan, and some of their recent antics included the unmasking of the Antifa professor that assaulted Trump supporters with a U-lock bike lock, leading to the arrest of California professor Eric Clanton, and the hunt for the Shia Labeouf flag, where using stars, sounds, map locations, they trolled him across the world in order to disrupt his planned 4-year Trump protest, resulting in the end of the protest.

At the time of the war 4chan declared on Labeouf, a site called Probible offered a warning that CNN would have been smart to have taken heed of when they said "Never p*ss off 4chan users. Never, ever, never, ever."

4chan, while being no fans of Reddit, are now taking this CNN threat to dox the Reddit user, as a threat against the Internet community as a whole, for using the constitutional right of free speech simply because CNN took issue with a retouched, amusing GIF that the president then tweeted out.

They have begun "Operation: Autism Storm" in where they are calling for users to "unite" saying this is an "attack on the internet way of life as a whole," while calling for a "FULL SCALE MEME WAR," while publishing a list of CNN advertisers with instructions to "e-mail bomb their advertisers and threaten to stop purchasing their products because we don't want to buy from a company that endorses blackmail, harassment, and lying to the public."


A quick visit to one of the archived threads over at 4chan, shows other comments such as "CNN underestimates the power of neets and their infinite amount of time to make their lives miserable," along with one user providing a full list of CNN advertisers, with another suggesting compiling a full list of email addresses to add to the list of advertisers, while others take it a bit too far and suggest that CNN employees get dox'd themselves, including families, which in this writers opinion, crosses a line. Family members should never be a target.

The whole thread can be read here - WARNING- Offensive language and content.

Note - The meme war portion of thier list has already begun as multiple " memes" are already going viral across social media, including ISIS-style images with the CNN logo in place of the ISIS beheaders head, he CNN logo on the shied of a law enforcement official while he stomps on a persons head, CNN logo on a man holding a gun and a woman hostage... and many, many more.


Another interesting issue was raised by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who tweets "CNN just committed a crime violating § 135.60 of the New York criminal code "coercion," then links to "New York Consolidated Laws, Penal Law - PEN § 135.60 Coercion in the second degree," with a copy of the relevant statue:


Gateway Pundit takes it a step further and highlights federal law CNN may have violated with their threat: 18 U.S. Code § 241 – Conspiracy against rights, which states "If two or more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his having so exercised the same..."

Personally I think any individual taking on a multi-million dollar organization such as Time Warner which is the parent company of CNN, is bound to lose simply because of the money it would take for a protected legal battle Time Warner could afford but it is doubtful the Reddit user could, but those are interesting statutes to read through in conjunction with the specific wording in the CNN article.


CNN has an uncanny ability to take a very bad situation for themselves and make it worse. In typical "crybully" fashion they attack, attack and attack some more, then when they are hit back, they scream and whine that are being victimized, but in going after an Internet user that did nothing more than created a GIF internet meme, then implicitly threatening the user using terminology like "ugly behavior on social media,"which is part of that users right to free speech, they have now united political enemies and internet enemies into declaring a full-fledged war against CNN.

This is not going to turn out well for them, especially with talk of AT&T already planning to "neutralize" CNN president Jeff Zucker if they buy out Time Warner.

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