Continuing off of my previous post
And continued at part 3 here
There have been theories back and forth regarding a certain controversial account on this very website.
I've tried to add my own perspective and commentary to the matter, as well as compile some evidence on it, so that reasonable parameters would help discuss the evidence without jumping to conclusions.
Something made me angry
Here's the thing that set me off: I saw this bitch worshipping the Lancet. The god-damn mother fucking Lancet. Not on my watch:
The editor of the prestigious Lancet medical journal said a study Trump cited to justify pulling out of the WHO doesn't exist
The account in question added this:
And there is also this snippet from the article:
If a December 2019 Lancet study does not exist, it would not be the only mistaken claim in Trump's letter.
In it, the president also asserted that Taiwan had warned of human-to-human transmission of the disease as early as December 31.
In fact, on that day, Taiwan had written to the WHO inquiring about a new form of pneumonia that had emerged in China, The Guardian reported.
For me, reading this comment was the thing that really set me off from "calm, neutral analysis", to a feeling of absolute anger.
It was at that point I realized I was dealing with the exact sort of pro-establishment shill I spend my own free time arguing with.
Thinking while angry
I found an earlier interview with Maxwellhill which, interestingly enough, was before the account started adding on opsec details:
The Story of the Most Successful Man/Woman/??? on Reddit
It's a hell of an achievement, and everyone at Giz was curious about how Maxwellhill made it happen. So when I got an email from the Mysterious Max, I asked. Lucky for us, he answered. Or maybe she answered? The amazing thing about the emails we've been trading back and forth is that Maxwellhill has revealed almost no personal details.
...From what I can tell, though, Maxwellhill isn't just trying to be mysterious; he/she is trying to be successful. Maxwellhill's ascent to power was deliberate and skillful. The million karma points were a goal, not an accident. It's a powerful lesson in the user-driven Internet, and it's counter-intuitive one as well: Take the person out of the equation and become a platform.
What follows is everything the top Redditor is willing to share about his or her online life—a primer on reddit success and a very interesting story. In his own words. Or her own words? Who knows. -JB
The clear effort at surrounding the identity with smokescreen, yet also having enough power to get an MSM interview is noteworthy, because it's not congruent with the later "I'm a Malaysian, dude" line.
Furthermore the piece highlights that there is some sort of Silicon Valley higher-up link, since there was a "deliberate and skillful" ascencion. Maxwell's attendence at the extremely strict Kleiner party needs to be noted as well. Being "someone's spouse" or SO wasn't enough to earn an invite
Top Silicon Valley VC firm Kleiner Perkins held its annual holiday party last night at the fancy Menlo Circus Club, and a lot of high-profile people were there.
With an ex-vice president in the house, even spouses weren't allowed in. The spots were reserved for investors and their portfolio founders.
So why would Maxwell be there anyways? Would she not be out of place being the girlfriend of one of their investor creep friends? Epstein himself wasn't even invited AFAIK, and he was the one who managed investments. Something noteworthy had to have happened regarding these social media platforms.
Reddit: publisher vs platform for influencers
Here's a different case of a Journalist, one acting on his own accord without being in contact with the Reddit admins, who had his social media account banned and silenced, and his identity was later discovered:
How The Atlantic successfully spammed Reddit
Under the alias slaterhearst, The Atlantic’s associate editor Jared Keller built up a reputation on Reddit—and the hits followed.
Mar 3, 2020,
When redditor slaterhearst got banned from Reddit last month, it was easy to assume he was just an ordinary Reddit spammer, selling out his services to the highest bidder...
...In his year on the site, Keller became a fairly influential redditor, collecting more than 176,000 link karma and, at one time, ranking in the top 30 among all users on a site that sees 35 million unique visitors a month.
Reddit does not function as a platform, it functions as a publisher, and it is so strict that even a journalist at a top ranking neoliberal publication isn't good enough to protect ones self. Ranking in the top 30 among all users on the site, while being "unknown" (and thus not on the approved/registered influencer list) to the top admins, was likely what got this Atlantic editor shadow banned/suspended.
Let's think: if a fellow who works as a writer for the Atlantic (and likely adheres to the general neoliberal party dogma anyways) can't even remain unmolested, why would a "random Malaysian dude" be permitted to rise up?
But this comes back to MaxwellHill in a new way with new parameters for my search: hunt for opsec incongruencies.
The first example I found was something incongruent with the alleged "Malaysian background". When people are lying there's quite a few "slips" in the profile when that person get's drawn into comment threads of particular interest, where they reveal background details that aren't congruent with what they claimed. So I found this "Malaysian" talks about the country as if they are a foreigner who has only "visited" but never lived there:
Right. I believe it’s the same in SE Asia countries especially the Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia where the parents are driven by some innate fear that their children might not make it in education.
When I visited those countries several years ago, the school kids are enrolled into private tuition centres after schools for certain subjects. I doubt if any of them have time to play with their friends. Its ultra competitive over there - particularly in Singapore.
From my own knowledge, Malaysia and Singapore are unique in Southdast Asia for their abnormally strict laws regarding drugs. You can get a death sentence for merely trafficking weed.
The "Silicon valley" types (heavy into psychadelics and other drugs) would be extremely cautious about living there long term, unless they had a historical connection, like family from there.
Therefore the Malaysia claim was likely an inside joke as well as opsec.
As another test, I looked for "fingerprints" in some of her writing. I wanted pieces with a relatively similar foundation:
Relaxed, casual writing on non-science-heavy subject matter (science changes the style of writing quite a bit).
And I got two samples acquired, and figured the "readability" level in such a casual environment should be similar. I used the free service to test here:
Known writing piece by subject Maxwell on a relatively relaxed subject (involves food/travel much more than the science-focused alternative articles) from 2014-15 here
The New 'Bait and Switch' on Seafood
Writing piece by suspect MaxwellHill in 2011 Gizmodo piece
I started almost 6 years ago—when reddit was still run by its co-founders, Alexis and Steve—more out of curiosity than anything else...
As the results show, the readability levels of these two pieces of text are extraordinarily similar:
That by itself is not definitive proof the two writers are one and the same obviously, but it is noteworthy.
Reddit is not a "free and open platform" where some random fellow can rise to the top. That is a branding slogan, not a reality. Reddit is a publisher where the winners/losers and narratives require structural approval.
If this account does not belong to Ghislane Maxwell, then it belongs to someone else with extraordinary power/influence inside Silicon Valley. It is not an "organic, grassroots redditor from Malaysia".
THAT is the conclusion I can state with 100% certainty.
And if we entertain this account belonging to someone else, while accepting this person has a degree of power and influence, we should be alarmed by the pro-pedophilia statements made, and investigate the account if just for that reason (combined with structural approval) alone.
Because there shouyld be accountability for creeps like Peter Bright
Peter Bright is a tech reporter who has worked for Ars Technica and Conde Nast. Bright also has a very active presence on social media, tweeting under the name Dr Pizza about social justice issues. But earlier this month, Bright was arrested and charged with trying to solicit sex from underage children.
And Ryan Broderick
...Less than 48 hours after our February Twitter ban, internet sleuths discovered that Broderick had previously blogged about pedophilic fantasies involving young boys. Why he wasn't fired on the spot is anyone's guess.