Day 1 in the Blog Brother Boycott

Comment moderation is on and the pressure is on comment makers. Blog Brother is watching for sycophancy and evidence of manipulation. Comment makers lose points for failing to recognise the error of their ways. Blog Brother was yesterday on the look-out for sock-puppets.

Peter Hitchens is thought to be a possible sock-puppet. Peter Hitchens has a lot of previous with 354 comments made in a single post arguing about the Peter Hitchenses. Or were they?

Yog Brother makes an appearance in the comments. Sadly he is tragically unable to remove Guido from his blog roll having already done that as result of last year’s annual boycott attempt. What was he doing returning? Didn’t he swear to ignore Guido last year? Will he add Guido back to his blog roll in order to remove him again? Hasn’t he broken the terms of the boycott he supports by commenting?

Blog Brother was the fifth highest referrer today since beginning his boycott calling for people to stop linking. Blog Brother added multiple new links himself in breach of his own boycott.

Since starting the boycott his linkage has risen exponentially, driving traffic towards Guido’s politically incorrect comment making thought-criminals.

In Yog Brother’s comments, Blog Brother speculates about some kind of elite bloggerati* who are “selling a certain advertising product to organisations that sell ideas to politicians and companies with surprising efficiency”. MessageSpace immediately plan to use Blog Brother’s endorsement in a new powerpoint presentation.

Blog Brother’s plan to ignore Guido has been brilliant and should be as successful as last year’s boycott and his 2005 campaign to get the Labour party to dump Blair. Day 1 of the the boycott has been the highest traffic day of this year for Guido…

*If you want to join the elite bloggerati and have over 10,000 uniques a month go here.

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Jacob Rees Mogg writes

“If I had to choose between no deal and Mrs May’s original accord, I would have no hesitation of opting for no-deal Brexit but even Mrs May’s deal would be better than not leaving at all.”


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