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  • One thing I would strongly refute is this received wisdom that the only bad behaviour comes from nationalist posters - but hey, the term "cybernat" is snappy and unfortunately it sticks.


  • Unmasking of 'cybernat' exposes dark side of blog politics - Articles related to The First Decade: Has the internet brought us together or driven us apart?

  • "Thoughtful and genuine - the antithesis of the ranting cybernat!"

    2007 all over again

  • Although those who have heard me in the chamber recently will know it only applies to the blogosphere, wouldn't want to be accused of being an HQ-driven-cybernat-attack-drone or anything.

    Granite City

  • That scandal followed the unmasking of another cybernat, architect Bruce Newlands, who used the name Wardog, and quit his job at Robert Gordon University after he called Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy "a c***" on his blog.



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  • cybernat, n.

    The Guardian, 18 September 2015:

    Mitford’s infinitely more humourless heirs – rather oddly, given what I imagine they’d think of her – can be found in the angrier fringes of the various new politics firms: the Kippers, the cybernats, the Corbynistas. They may be divided in their beliefs, but they are united by a mania for pigeonholing. We now have New, and non-New. All public statements, all things in the world, and most especially all people, must be deemed either for them or against them, and worshipped or demonised accordingly. There is no appeals procedure.

    October 2, 2015