GREG JOHNSON WRITES 5000-"WORD" ARTICLE ATTACKING FRIBERG


Greg Johnson has finally responded to the serious accusations made against him by Daniel Friberg the CEO of Arktos, penning a 5000+ word article that nobody in the Alt-Right has even bothered reading all the way to the end. 

The article appears to be an entirely normal if somewhat peevish and butthurt piece that uses actual words arranged in sentences, etc. But once you scroll down below the the midway point, it appears that Johnson just started typing the word "blah" repeatedly, as in "blah, blah, blah..." (At least that is how it seemed to me, and I had drunk three coffees beforehand so I wouldn't nod off).

It seems that Johnson realized that no one would bother reading beyond the first 2,000 words, so he saved himself a lot of effort by just typing "blah" repeatedly until he felt the article was pompously long enough. The key passage in the article reads as follows:
But Friberg would not let this die, so a few days later his proxy Boatsinker started a thread on the TRS Forum, in which he repeated blah blah blah blah, blahddity blah blah blah blah blah blah, blahhdy blahhdy blah, blah blah blah blah, blahddity blah blah blah blah blah blah, blahhdy blahhdy blah, blah blah blah, blah blah blah blah blah, blahddity blah blah blah blah blah blah, blahhdy blahhdy blah..."
This has raised suspicions that almost half the articles on Counter-Currents end in similar ways. For example, a 7,000-word essay on the exegesis of Hegelian dialectics in sexual-panmorphist pagan societies just gives up after the 500-word mark, with the author reverting to typing the word "yabba yabba yabba" repeatedly in the sure and certain knowledge that he is entirely alone.
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  1. If this is supposed to be a news article, I am Count Monte Christo commanding the USS Nimitz.

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  2. It's ultra news. Tells you all you need to know in as few words as possible.

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  3. Well, people who CAN read more than 500 words have to go somewhere...

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    1. I think we all can. It's just a question of choosing where to read the 501st word.

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