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Coincidence Detector

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With (((Jews))),
You Lose!
Original quote: "But call him a Jew[...]".

Coincidence Detector is a browser plugin for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox (and a greasemonkey script for other browsers that do not matter) which helps to identify influence and collusion in journalism and the media by pointing out Jewish names and the titles of Jewish run organizations with the help of an "Echo" (or "Echoes"), or three sets of parenthesis, like so: (((Zuckerberg))). Names and organizations are pulled from a human curated list which is updated regularly.


Removed From Google Chrome Store

Coincidence detected.

As soon as the (((media))) found out about Coincidence Detector they promptly wrote a barrage of stories denouncing it as a tool of anti-semitism, hatred and harassment, even going so far as to compare it to putting Jews in concentration camps. It was shortly thereafter removed from the Google Chrome store after five months, thousands of downloads and a five star rating, less than twenty hours after being discovered by the Jewish media.

This is of course complete bullshit, as we have learned numerous times from social justice warriors and Black Lives Matter protesters that racism equals institutional power plus privilege and those without that power and privilege cannot be racist. Coincidence Detector is simply an educational tool that clearly shows (((who))) has all the institutional power and privilege. This means that it cannot be defined as racist or anti-semitic.

Install Instructions

Information icon.png Make sure you turn off Coincidence Detector if you are editing ED, it will add echoes on top of echoes fucking everywhere in the edit box.
How the extension was discovered

Jewgle Chrome

  1. Download Coincidence Detector .crx file, link is below.
  2. Save to your local drive.
  3. Open chrome://extensions in a new tab.
  4. Click the Developer Mode checkbox.
  5. Drag the .crx file into the chrome://extensions tab and click yes when prompted.
  6. ????
  7. PROFIT!

Windows users may have a few more hoops to jump through.


  1. Download Coincidence Detector .xpi file
  2. Save to your local drive.
  3. Drag the .xpi file on top of a running Firefox window.


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