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OPNearLeft
Owner: MetallumLiberum

Most of the hit pieces in the MSM that come from the extreme left. Gamergate is just a skirmish in a greater culture war. There's a gulf widening within the left and here we are in the frontline since we inhabit a lot of the same places the SJWs do. It was only natural that we'd be the first subculture to get sick of them. [1]

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Goal

Amplified our voices and recruit disenfranced liberals to Gamergate, since they spoken about the authoritarians before.


Participation

Reach out to the writers on the left, who have spoken up about the extreme regressive tactics, voices, and politics within the left (Like, Jonathan Chait, Michelle Goldber, and Emily Yoffe to name a few), and show them that GG's genesis is fundamentally derived from this division.


List of Contacts

Jonathan Chait: twitter.com/jonathanchait

Why? Because he wrote: http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2015/01/not-a-very-pc-thing-to-say.html

Michelle Goldberg: twitter.com/michelleinbklyn

Why? Because she wrote: Feminism Toxic Twitter Wars: https://www.thenation.com/article/feminisms-toxic-twitter-wars/


Emily Yoffe: twitter.com/yoffeemily

Why? Because she wrote:

The College Rape Overrcorrection: http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2014/12/college_rape_campus_sexual_assault_is_a_serious_problem_but_the_efforts.html


Tips

Find more authors, celebrities, and such, who have notice these toxic trends. They do not have to be liberal, American, or straight. This operation can included those outside of the left (i.e. Conservatives, celebrities from other countries, and different political spectrums).

See Also

Mainstream Media Coverage

References

  1. OP:Near Left (KiA) -[1]
  2. The Left's Intensifying War On Liberalism - [2]
  3. Not a Very PC Thing to Say - [3]