Mailinator easily and anonymously initials our monthly STOP WHITE GENOCIDE meme-bombs!

[June 7, 2015: The confirming emails from the White House are presently not arriving at Mailinator. This problem occurred with AOL for awhile and then cleared up, so hopefully the same will happen with Mailinator. In the meantime, AOL, Yahoo, and I assume other mail servers are receiving the White House’s confirming emails okay. Unlike with Mailinator, of course, you’ll have to create those email boxes before initialing our messages. The other hints below still hold.]

Mailinator creates an instantaneous anonymous email box when you initial a meme-message!

Open our current White House meme-messages by clicking on their titles, and after entering an initial into both name boxes (the site will register your signature from just an initial in each name box, whether you use Mailinator or not), in the box for email address type any random combination of letters and numbers, e.g. “uh48jiiuv,” followed by “”

Then copy what you just entered, “,” and click “sign now.”

Then go to the site and paste into their window what you just copied, and click on “check it” to check the email box you just magically created!

Usually the White House’s confirming email will be waiting for you (if not, refresh the page), and clicking on the indicated link in that email confirms your signature.

Wasn’t that a breeze? Call the rest of your family and friends to the computer and let them quickly add initials too, no muss no fuss! 😉

Your initials usually won’t appear right away on the meme-message.

150 initials make our meme-messages visible at the White House.

[If anything is confusing in the above, please see the second and third comments below ]


Recently a TV personality being interviewed by another interrupted himself to say,

“I’m not being racist, am I?”

Won’t it be a better world when a TV personality interrupts himself to say,

“I’m not being anti-white, am I?”


The absolutely easiest way you can be part of the larger BUGS effort to make that happen is to initial our White House meme-messages every month on the FIRST! 

We can easily send you a reminder if you contact us, or if you’re a STALWART!


4 comments for “Mailinator easily and anonymously initials our monthly STOP WHITE GENOCIDE meme-bombs!

  1. Henry Davenport
    December 18, 2014 at 3:09 pm

    If you seem to hit a snag:

    1. Sometimes there’s a considerable delay in your signature actually appearing on the meme-message.
    2. If you are using a proxy to navigate the Net, your signature may not appear at all…please keep an eye open and check for it.
    3. Sometimes it will be awhile before the White House email arrives…just do something else and check back later. (If you use Mailinator, it should arrive immediately)
    4. When you check your instantaneously created Mailinator account, you may be surprised to find it full of previous messages! Lol! You have unintentionally “created” the same account someone else has…no problem, your White House email will arrive there all the same! (You can avoid this by typing a long enough combination of letters and numbers for your mailinator account that it’s unlikely someone else has used that combination also)

    If you don’t want to use an existing email address and don’t like mailinator, consider 10-MINUTE EMAIL…you can set your box so IT TERMINATES after 10 minutes, 20 minutes, etc.

    Thank you for adding oomph to these meme-messages! 😀

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    • Henry Davenport
      March 10, 2015 at 9:57 pm

      Occasionally there is someone who may be even less handy with computers than I am. Here is my extremely detailed guide to signing that I wrote for one such person:

      Thanks a lot for sticking with this, _____, I respect that a lot.

      And once you get it, it will become easy, I promise! (Take it from a genuine computerphobe).

      It’s not really a bogus email address you’ll be entering in that email box on the petition, it’s just one you make up on the spot, but always ending in “”

      The way I make up a mailinator address is to just “type” randomly in the middle of my keyboard for a moment to produce maybe 7 to 10 characters in the email box on the petition, and then I type in “” after those characters (without the quotation marks).

      But the random characters you type have to be letters or numbers, not other characters.

      Then once you’ve entered something like “” into the email box, copy it and paste it into the other petitions, along with an initial in each name box (it might be good to use the same initials in all the petitions; I don’t remember if I’ve tested just using a random two in each petition), clicking on the “sign” button on each petition after you have the two initials and email address entered in that particular petition. (Do one petition completely, signing it, and then move on to the next).

      Then, having opened “,” paste the email address (you copied it, so it’s in your computer) into the big empty white rectangle on that page, and click on the big “check” button to the right of it.

      That will take you to the email box you created when you signed the first petition with that address entered on it (cool, huh?), and the emails from the White House with the links to click on to confirm should be already there. If not, refresh that page and they will invariably appear…refresh again in the rare cases it’s necessary.

      All this takes very little time once you’re used to it. If anything goes awry, I just start over from the beginning with a new email address.

      Let me know if you get stuck somewhere, or if you have success! 🙂


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    • Henry Davenport
      March 10, 2015 at 10:04 pm

      Anyone else running into difficulties is welcome to ask for help on this thread. I always wanted to be a computer expert! 😀

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    • Henry Davenport
      April 1, 2015 at 10:47 pm

      FAQ: Is it risky to sign using my own name?

      Many pro-Whites who sign these tell me that just on the principle of general caution they don’t use their real name, and many just place an initial in each name box as described in the article, since the site’s software will register a signature from just initials.

      The site’s privacy policy states that in some circumstances the site shares information (apparently for analytics of their audience), but that they “generally do not publish last names of commenters.”

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