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Stares at the World
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Reasoning: Extreme Right, Propaganda
Notes: Stares at the World is an Alt-Right blog founded by Davis M.J. Aurini. According to his about page he studied history at McMaster University, he served as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian Forces and with his own words he is “a Scholar, Author, Film Maker, and a God-fearing Catholic, who loves women for their illogical nature.” He also has a bio with IMDB.
Aurini, according to Rationalwiki is a “race realist” (which he insists isn’t “racism”), white nationalist, neo-reactionary, vlogger, and novelist.” They describe his Vlogs as “His vlog posts typically deal in misogyny, evolutionary psychology, and complaints about white knights, along with some healthy fascist fanfare and racism for good measure.”
Stares at the World blog covers such topics as Politics, Science Fiction, Theology, And Women. Davis M.J. Aurini also publishes misogynist videos about women such as: “The Most Decadent Sluts Since the Fall of Rome.” According to The Daily Dot article, Davis M.J. Aurini also contributes to blogger and men’s rights activist Roosh. Davis M.J. Aurini also produces videos for a fee under Aurinis-Insight.
In review, Stares at the World publishes stories (vlogs) with loaded emotional headlines that lean strongly right such as: “A Donald Trump Victory is Vital for Our Future.” Further, most articles/vlogs are typically sourced through quotes, rather than linking. Overall, we rate Stares at the World as a questionable source due to extreme right-wing bias, poor sourcing, and questionable content regarding race and gender. (M. Huitsing 10/5/2017)