Warren Balogh of the NJP shared an article on his Telegram feed which stood out from the sea of opinions about Musk’s Twitter buyout because it mentioned the National Justice Party by name. The article is an opinion piece over at The Hill so we were expecting it to be written by some junior hack or petit jew but, no, it comes from Marc Ginsburg.
In January of 2021, Ginsburg and his Coalition for a Safer Web sued Apple over allowing Telegram on the App Store and, while unconfirmed, it seems to have been the catalyst for Telegram’s aggressive “Apple-banning” of certain channels. Filed just two weeks after the Jan 6 protest, the lawsuit is supposedly aimed at protecting democracy from conservatism but if you read the actual document, it is clear the suit is about jews receiving extra protection online.
In The Hill, Ginsburg writes directly about the National Justice Party platform and how it must specifically be banned.
Advertisers will not tolerate having their ads amplified alongside harmful speech. Case in point: The Coalition for a Safer Web (CSW) recently petitioned Twitter to purge the rabidly antisemitic neo-Nazi “National Justice Party (NJP)” Twitter account. The NJP account had more than 50 major U.S. corporate ads amplified off it. Advertisers contacted by CSW were livid when they learned their ads were legitimating a radical, violence-inciting white supremacist organization.
Marc Ginsburg is familiar with lawsuits to promote political aims but ironically doesn’t see that he has walked into a libel suit by claiming NJP is “violence-inciting”. While American journals like The Hill are generally protected from all sorts of libel claims, Marc Ginsburg and the CSW don’t enjoy the same protections.
As Warren said on Telegram, these people are paying attention to the National Justice Party and they are scared. The thing about the NJP that concerns Jews and their lackeys is that it is non-violent and makes serious prescriptions for a healthy American nation. Rather than stomping around with shaved heads and throwing people in ovens, the NJP is saying “look, we need proportional ethnic representation in government and vital industries so Jews can’t have more than 2%.” This is actually far more dangerous to the jewish system of sinecures than demanding 0% representation or demanding that jews swim to Madagascar.
Firstly, it forces jews to explain themselves. Why, if all humans are just equal, mechanistic meatbags, do jews outperform everyone else by 1,000% in positions of power? Are jews 100 times smarter than Whites? Are jews 100 times smarter than blacks?
Secondly, it forces jews to address their presence in census figures. Are jews really 2% of the population? Could it be closer to 4%? Will jews grant that they need to answer census questions honestly and accurately? Why should they alone be exempt? What is a “jew”? These are not questions jews like but there is a racial reckoning at hand, after all, and jews need to grow as a people and not be afraid of change. Jews should not shy away from tough conversations about race because it would diminish them as a people.
There has been a theme this past week of “if they let us talk, they lose” because of the Twitter news. Mike Peinovich and Warren covered it on their show and it resulted in two really great clips from our friend Mike Stand. The first one is about how the NYT article about Tony Hovater backfired in a million ways for them.
The second clip is much longer and has some amazing bits from David Duke. A caller to the Mike and Warren show brought up this appearance by Duke on Wolf Blitzer’s show and they listened to him take down Blitzer over the invasion of Iraq. Blitzer looked like a fool but, most importantly, Duke was allowed to just talk for ten minutes on national television.
The thing that jews learned from these experiences was an old lesson: you can’t let the minority of natural ethnic activists come into contact with the White majority. If you let the natural leaders talk to their people, you lose the whole crowd. The crowd will demand the one thing jews fear more than anything: having to live by the same standards as everyone else.