Hankering to go after some bad guys?

by 1389 on January 28, 2008

in counterjihad, e-jihad, The Jawa Report, U.S. State Department, video and film, YouTube

So are we!

Jawa Report: New YouTube Smackdown Assignments

Jawas have been asked to lend a hand flagging youtubes for this weeks smackdown. After all the help we’ve gotten from Quoth the Raven, we cannot refuse. Get to flagging and emailing boys and girls. Special attention goes to #1 and #3 smackdowns.

Also see the sister site below, it is dedicated to fighting the Juba series.



“What’s the quickest way to get started?”

  • Click on this link. It will take you to the instruction page:
    YouTube Smackdown – How-To Guide
  • The jihadist videos on January’s smackdown list are in the right sidebar, under the header SMACKDOWN Jan. 2008.
  • You will have to sign up for a YouTube ID if you don’t already have one.

“How can I put this badge on my blog?”

  • Right-click on the badge image above.
  • Save the image as 2smackj.jpg on your computer.
  • Upload the image file to a directory on your host.
  • On your blog, create a link to this URL:


  • In place of the anchor text, insert the link to the image file that you have uploaded on your host.
  • Example:

“But I thought 1389 Blog is opposed to censorship!”

  • Yes, we work to uphold (or restore) the U.S. Constitutional protections for speech, press, assembly, and petition, and to uphold (or restore) similar protections in other parts of the world.
  • At the same time, we are at war, and we are entirely in favor of taking down enemy propaganda and other communications. These include, but are not limited to, terrorist training and recruitment videos. Such communications are not covered by any Constitutional or other legal protections for free speech. We want them taken down entirely, not merely blocked by censorware!
  • Our jihadist enemies do not lack for computer savvy. They are constantly attempting to game the system in various ways, so as to interfere with access to legitimate, constructive political speech in the US, the EU, and other parts of the world – particularly counterterrorist and antijihadist speech – often under the guise of “political correctness.” At the same time, they abuse the system – sometimes by hacking, spamming, or vandalizing our websites and blogs – to get their own messages out at our expense!
  • The bottom line: We must reclaim control over our own avenues of communication.

“How is the campaign doing so far?

“Where can I get some more information?”

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Curtis Sulaski January 29, 2008 at 10:43 am


My day is just starting. I have errands galore to take care of here out of the house and once back home again must continue the same with actions of my own begun several days ago. I must admit a little confusion as to what my next steps are and will be looking for any help with this after I am able to comfortably log back on again later on today.


2 1389 January 29, 2008 at 12:34 pm

I have updated the FAQ to make things easier. If you still have questions, feel free to post them in the comments here.


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