Justin Bieber supporters are sometimes referred to on Twitter as ‘Beliebers.’ They often set national trends about something related Bieber. Because of the volume of tweets from them, a movement to ban Beliebers has begun with the hashtag #BanBeliebers .

https://twitter.com/#!/Cenas_Girl_/status/191230495823110146

https://twitter.com/#!/RupyBloop/status/191228244949868544

https://twitter.com/#!/JosepHarding/status/191229567590080512

https://twitter.com/#!/MeGustaUnicorns/status/191228653860950016

https://twitter.com/#!/_laurennnnnnnn/status/191229045181128704

https://twitter.com/#!/ellahornby/status/191229783651270656

https://twitter.com/#!/She_SoCole/status/191230642342731776

https://twitter.com/#!/ChrisJoneslufc/status/191231523171737601

To no surprise, Beliebers were not amused. So, they created a hashtag of their own — #BanHaters.

https://twitter.com/#!/BiebersFreedom/status/191230372359581696

https://twitter.com/#!/catchjdbsfever/status/191231482486984704

https://twitter.com/#!/VivaLasBieber/status/191232896378486784

https://twitter.com/#!/RedCarpetBIEBER/status/191229899623772160

https://twitter.com/#!/leDopeBiebs/status/191229748473638913

https://twitter.com/#!/InhaleJustin/status/191230736945262594

https://twitter.com/#!/BieberAnchor/status/191230447957716993

No word yet from non-Belieber headquarters about what their next move is.  At this point, the conflict between the two Twitter nations is too close to call.