Spreading the message through wireless

If you own a mobile phone with a data plan, chances are you can turn it into a wireless router. This video shows you how:

I could figure it out. If I can do it, so can you!

Once you’ve created your mobile wireless network,  you can tap on “Configure Wi-Fi hotspot” and change its default name to whatever you want.

I named my wireless network “say NO to white guilt.” Next time I’m in a public place, lots of people will see this message. I’ll be sure to have it on as I wait for my flights to and from the upcoming American Renaissance conference. I’m sure a lot of people will use the “Mantra” for their network name: “Anti racism is code for anti white.” I don’t think hyphens, or other special characters are allowed.

So far, there are no laws limiting what we may, or may not, name our wireless networks. This is an easy way to get the message out.

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I am a paleolibertarian Jew who is also a race-realist. My opinions are often out of the mainstream and often considered "odd" but are they incorrect? Feel free to set me right if you believe so!
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17 Responses to Spreading the message through wireless

  1. D. B. says:

    Very creative :)

    As soon as I get a smartphone, I will do this.

  2. countenance says:

    I changed mine to “amren-dot-com”

    That should be a pretty good gateway drug to the rest of our hard stuff.

  3. Rob says:

    If I lived next to a cafe, I might consider providing access to my network under a name like ‘Free WiFi Hotspot’, which would direct users to my website upon connection.

    And in the near future, when augmented reality fully takes off, essentially enveloping the world in a digital ‘skin’, we’ll have much greater opportunity for such ideological ambush – digital grafiti, holograms, etc. I imagine the AR service providers will have a busy job policing and censoring such content.

  4. Extropico says:

    Just beware that your average cellphone contract that you sign prohibits using the phone as a modem. They want another $30/month to add the modem feature.

    Not saying you won’t get away with it, but beware of the potential legal risk.

    • Extropico says:

      On second thought, that prohibition was for the data from the network, not the wi-fi. Never mind. Sorry.

  5. Aaron says:

    Watch out Jewish men! Black women are coming to get you! This is a video talking about how “all black women should marry Jewish men.”


    The woman in the video wrote a book called ‘Why All Black Women Should Marry Jewish Men.’

    • jewamongyou says:

      That made me cringe. If this catches on as a fad, I might have to go underground!

      • Aaron says:

        I know of more than a few Jewish men with Black women. I distanced myself from them because of this (it is just disgusting). This is another reason to spread the message of race realism to Jewish people before it is too late. Non-elite Jews are some of the biggest victims of die-versity and most are clueless.

  6. Aaron says:

    Race realism in Africa? “Half-caste” babies a booming industry in Ghana.


  7. Aaron says:

    What non-whites do when they are taught chemistry: they throw acid on their women. How diverse and wonderful. Maybe this is another enriching cultural tradition that will spread to the West.


  8. celebratehomogeneity says:

    My phone hotspot is SayNoToWhiteGuilt

  9. JAY,

    I would like to thank you for presenting the idea of using wireless networks to communicate messages in this way. I also appreciate your giving me permission to satirize the idea in my recent article:


    Thank you for your continued help and encouragement with my blog.

  10. rightwingthinktank says:

    Didn’t realize I could do this. Those of us living in apartment complexes should do this – it’s a great way to get the message out anonymously to your neighbors.

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