I'm completely out of the loop. What is all this drama going on on the site? Namely, the banning of diogenesjunior among other things by johnnybravo in AskSaidIt

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Hello fellow conclave member.

I'm on the same boat wondering what all the faggot metadrama is about. Can I get a little more of a break down please.

Is it really just 'trolls', and how do you compare it to other attacks on the site.

Here is one of the first widespread movements for censorship, deplatforming and book burning that took place in the United States: Comic Book Code of 1954 by salvia_d in conspiracy

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What a crazy world we live it. And note, the elimination of the comic code in the last 20 to 15 years has resulted a major renaissance in the industry and a new golden age in comics where we are privy to some of the greatest stories ever told.

Hol up. What?

These last 15-20 years have been bastardizations of better stories told between the 60's and the 90's imo.

It's something that has always stood out about the movies for me. They never capture the elements that made the original stories that special. On top of that I see the constant injection of the government in these storylines where previously there were none. Clearly the coordination between the state department and Hollywood has only gotten stronger over time. This unholy alliance has been the subject of much scrutiny over the most recent incarnation of pop culture productions.

It's just, you know, the takeover of the country by an authoritarian regime. Let it go! by [deleted] in conspiracy

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Paraphrasing Bill Hicks

Typical Saidit user be like by FediNetizen in funny

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Reddit normies can't meme

The meme should be

Top pane:

Globalist takeover by multinational corporations installing corporate socialist authoritarianism: "Everything seems a-ok here!"

Bottom pane:

People on the internet are terrorists!!



Koch Brothers!

Why won't you wear your mask grandma murderer!

White Supremacists!

If you don't get Vaccinated you're a murderer!

AOC calls for ‘liberation’ of Southern states, accuses all Republicans of supporting white supremacy by Trulytimes in politics

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She is truly one of the most ignorant, hypocritical lunatics I've ever seen in my life.

Why i'm here by Realm_of_stars in Introductions

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You guys going to bring all your faggot metadrama over here or should you just shove off to poal

Judy Shelton and the Hazard of Independent Ideas: Her sin is that her evil monetary views are centered around a strong dollar by AbominableAnon in politics

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Regarding your editorial “Judy Shelton’s Heresy” (Nov. 18): Judy Shelton’s failure to secure Senate nomination to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors is about much more than not being “a member of the Washington club” or having different monetary opinions about inflation or interest rates.

Her sin is that her monetary views are centered around a strong dollar (God forbid), which brings into play a currency pegged to the gold standard and the necessity of balanced budgets. This is indeed heresy to the global elite, government leaders in developed nations and their central-bank cohorts who assist them in buying votes, power and wealth.

Contrary to popular opinion in Washington and capitals world-wide, deficits do matter and there is in fact a serious income-inequality problem around the world. History tells us how stories like this end. Judy Shelton deserves appointment to the Board of Governors because crony capitalism is a dangerous game, and if we don’t end it ourselves, then China will do it for us.


President Trump’s controversial Fed nominee stalled Tuesday when a procedural vote to advance her nomination failed in the Senate. The coronavirus-related absences of Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley (Iowa) and Rick Scott (Fla.), both of whom since tested positive for COVID-19, deprived Shelton of two crucial votes that would have sealed her confirmation.

While Shelton seemed to have the necessary support to win a spot on the Fed board when the week started, she now has two exceedingly narrow paths to confirmation — one of which depends on unlikely bipartisanship and the other on unprecedented presidential action.

Reddit Cancelled An Artist For Following The Wrong Twitter Accounts by AbominableAnon in MeanwhileOnReddit

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George Alexopoulos https://twitter.com/gprime85/status/1248351268462100486

Comic artist talks about the targeting of his account on Reddit once he became the cream of the crop.

Look at that idiot putting us all in danger by Drewski in memes

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Reddit is such a normie shithole that this post was actually controversial: https://old.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/jxo3fb/learn_to_love_your_cage_slave/

I saw this recently on https://twitter.com/SallyMayweather feed.

Here's the earliest reference from tineye: https://typingisnotactivism.wordpress.com/2007/04/18/interview-with-clive-hamilton-april-17-2007/

TMOR couldn't help themselves: https://old.reddit.com/r/TopMindsOfReddit/comments/jxsb0k/deranged_top_mod_screams_praise_for_a_user_who/

The person who posted this to TMOR is a former mod who constantly concern trolled the mods. He is now obsessed with targeting the top moderator of r/conspiracy with his account. His mod leak can be found here: https://old.reddit.com/r/undelete/comments/5v16lz/rconspiracy_modmail_leak_and_collection_of_public/

Honk Honk by BigNoseFloyd in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Time Magazine by AbominableAnon in propaganda

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You were chosen in 2006 as Time magazine's Person of the Year. The magazine set out to recognize the millions of people who anonymously contribute user-generated content to wikis and other websites such as Wikipedia, YouTube, MySpace, Facebook, and the multitudes of other websites featuring user contribution.

New World Order "Fact check" by AbominableAnon in conspiracy

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The interview has been shared on several Facebook accounts using different camera angles (here, here) and features David Icke making these claims.

He says: “More and more people all over the world - it’s increasing all the time in country after country after country - are realising that they’re part of a scam. They’ve been had. And the scam is to transform human society using the excuse of this fake virus.”

Lockdowns, he adds, have been introduced to countries around the world to “destroy the global economy” to ensure local businesses are ruined, and to make way for governments to prop citizens up with a guaranteed income.

“The guaranteed income will be presented as a way of giving people survival income, if that, because all the jobs have gone […] and there comes with that a few consequences,” he said.

According to Icke, these consequences include mandatory vaccinations that are a “horrific and sinister agenda for humanity” and “you have to do what the government says”.

These claims are false, as is Icke’s final suggestion that the virus is fake because he has embraced hundreds of people and has been spared the disease.

Firstly, David Icke is a well-known British conspiracy theorist who has previously made claims debunked by Reuters (here, here) . His accounts on Facebook and YouTube were removed in May for misinformation (here), while his Twitter account was banned at the beginning of November for the same reason (here) .

Secondly, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is the name of the virus that causes the disease COVID-19 (here). It was identified by Chinese authorities on Jan. 7, 2020 (here) and is not a “fake virus”.

As of Nov. 9, there have been more than 50 million reported infections of the virus around the world, along with 1,254,000 deaths (here) . Reuters has also previously debunked claims surrounding the veracity of the disease (here, here, here) .

There is no evidence to suggest lockdowns are part of a deeper governmental ploy to destroy business, the world economy – nor to force people to submit to mandatory vaccinations. Reuters has previously debunked a similar claim from Canada, which said citizens would be given money in return for their personal freedoms, including such vaccinations (here) .

In the UK, to make a vaccination compulsory, there would need to be a change in law. This has not happened, and Health Secretary Matt Hancock has previously said he believes it will not be necessary (here) .

Scientists at Imperial College London have said that lockdowns are a way of reducing the transmission of COVID-19 as it enforces strict social distancing among populations (here) . To combat the negative effect these measures have had on businesses and their employees, the UK government has extended its furlough scheme until March 2021 (here) . VERDICT

False. The virus is neither a scam nor fake, and it has killed more than a million people worldwide. Lockdowns have been introduced to try to stem transmission of COVID-19 while a vaccine is not yet available. They are not a secret tactic to destroy the global economy and push forward a new world order.

Trump abandoned the New World Order, Biden will rejoin it by AbominableAnon in conspiracy

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On Sept. 11, 1990, in the final months of the Cold War, President George H.W. Bush addressed a joint session of Congress. He spoke to the American people about the crisis that was taking place in the Persian Gulf. Saddam Hussein and the Iraqi army had invaded and occupied the country of Kuwait. Iraq on its own controlled ten percent of the world’s proven oil reserves and if allowed to annex Kuwait, it would control twice that.

However, in this moment of crisis, the president saw a silver lining. The governments of the world rallied against Saddam Hussein’s imperialism and his violation of Kuwaiti self-determination. With this in mind, President Bush foretold the coming of a new world order, where an international community of nation-states would hold its worst members accountable and cooperate to pursue human rights, prosperity and democracy for all peoples of the world.

Since Bush’s presidency, American presidents have fought to uphold the idea of this new world order. President Bill Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) into law, which allowed for the free movement of goods through Canada, the United States and Mexico. It not only enabled Americans to spend less money on groceries and clothes, but also helped Mexico adapt to the changing global economy, one that is more dependent on manufacturing, rather than agriculture.

Even George W. Bush — most remembered today for his disastrous invasion of Iraq — had some redeemable globalist policies. The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) pumped $80 billion dollars into HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention and research. Most of the money went to sub-Saharan Africa and it is credited with saving up to seventeen million lives. More recently, President Barack Obama signed the United States onto the Paris Climate Agreement, joining our allies in committing to the fight against climate change.

This current president, though, has separated himself from his predecessors’ internationalism. Donald Trump ran for president on the nationalist, protectionist, far-right populist platform of “America First.” He is the first president since World War II to look inward, towards isolation, rather than outward, for the future of America.

And I want to clarify, being a nationalist is not inherently a bad thing. Mohandas Gandhi was a nationalist, Simon Bolivar was a nationalist, the leaders of African independence movements were nationalists. Nationalism is simply the pursuit of self governance for a given “nation” or “people.” The issue is Trump’s harnessing of nationalism, to not only divide us from the rest of the world — but from our neighbors here at home.

Trump’s foreign policy missteps seem innumerable. He left the Paris Climate Agreement, costing America’s image as a bastion of innovation and scientific progress and setting us back years in our battle with climate change. He not only threatened to withdraw us from NAFTA, but he also withdrew us from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the proposed Obama era trade agreement that would have involved countries from Peru and Chile to Japan and Vietnam. The TPP would have also gained the United States new trading partners, many of which currently depend on China for trade. This is the kind of soft power that furthers America’s interests on the world stage and it goes to show how much Trump’s lack of diplomacy is harming our position.

The president also withdrew America from the Iran Nuclear Deal. However flawed the agreement may have been — and there is certainly an argument that it was — Trump’s decision to pull out with no replacement plan has left America and her allies in more danger. Iran is closer to developing a nuclear weapon than ever before.

Additionally, Trump has left our North Atlantic alliances in shambles. Whether it’s Canada, France or Germany, the president's words and actions over the past four years have tarnished America’s reputation on the world stage. He has insulted our allies and embraced our enemies, seemingly having more of an affinity for Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un than Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron.

He’s even gone as far as threatening to leave NATO — and this has real, serious implications. NATO — The North Atlantic Treaty Organization — was created in the early days of the Cold War. The organization, which includes the United States, Canada and much of Western Europe, was intended to be the bulwark of democracy against the new threat of communism. But even though the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc belong to the history books — and some former communist countries have actually joined NATO — there is still an urgent need for multilateralism amongst the world’s democracies.

The forces of authoritarianism in this world have never been clearer. It's been less than a decade since Russia annexed the Crimea peninsula and to this day they support the war criminal Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, who famously used nerve gas against his own people. Iran is funding terror groups throughout the Middle East, fueled by the Ayatollah’s religious fundamentalism. Possibly the most dangerous is China, which is actively committing genocide against its ethnic Uygher minority in East Turkestan. Over one million Uyghers have already been detained in re-education camps.

America must regain its place on the world stage because we are the only country capable of leading the new world order. We are the only nation with the sheer size, the population, the industrial capacity, the military might and the strategic geographic location to stand up to the bullies and autocrats of this world and to really address the issues that we as a species need to reckon with.

That's why I cast my vote for Joe Biden. He understands that America can be a force for good when we dedicate ourselves to it. He has immense experience in foreign relations, having chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during his tenure as a Senator. He was a key player in America’s response to the Yugoslav Wars and Serbia’s ethnic cleansing campaign in Kosovo. He is also an adroit diplomat: As Vice President he met with leaders from Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan, helping negotiate key settlements. Plus, his platform emphasizes working to strengthen our alliances after the damage Trump has done to them, while also rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement.

On Nov. 3rd, we have a choice between a wannabe autocrat who harkens back to a mythic past that never was — and buddies up to the dictators and strongmen of the world — and an experienced statesman who recognizes that the problems of the future will be solved through multilateralism; working with our fellow democracies is our best shot at promoting liberty and curbing the influence of fanatics and authoritarians, wherever they may be.

To quote the late President Bush, “A hundred generations have searched for this elusive path to peace, while a thousand wars raged across the span of human endeavor. Today that new world is struggling to be born, a world quite different from the one we've known.”

This election day, choose Joe Biden — choose a new world: A better world.

Jacob is a sophomore studying History and Political Science. Do you think Trump’s approach to diplomacy has been lacking? Has it been detrimental to America? Send all comments to opinion@dailycardinal.com

Reddit Mods by AbominableAnon in memes

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Ok, yet it is getting old to create a meme with only "fuck reddit because, ______". (fill in blank)

It's really not when they still have such a large share of internet traffic.

You seem more concerned with concern trolling people's posts than adding info to compile in the face of such fuckery.

If you're on Reddit talking to me about the posts I just made sorry but I can't respond as I've just been handed a 3 day suspension for "spamming" by AbominableAnon in conspiracy

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I only use r/conspiracy.

That Sub is still somewhat usuable.

The rest of the site is pretty useless at this point.

If you're on Reddit talking to me about the posts I just made sorry but I can't respond as I've just been handed a 3 day suspension for "spamming" by AbominableAnon in conspiracy

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First I got the temp ban from admins and I called it a night.

I woke up this morning to see that r/conspiracy mods temp banned me as well for 3 days saying:

3-day TOS -- Trolling mods and taunting admins /GFyTg

I can't retweet or like this. Full damage control mode activated.


TOS: See: Reddit site wide admin notice regarding unsourced election claims

You were aware -- are you trying to get the sub shut down?

I did say in the thread about the admin warning "Mods should show some balls and tell Reddit admins to shove it up their ass."

That one comment is enough to trigger them and they couldn't just remove the comment is kind of sad.

Meanwhile there are accounts that harass the r/conspiracy community daily.

I would reckon their daily trolling is allowed because they are mod/admin alts.

One user consistently calls everyone on the sub every name in the book and still hasn't been banned.

Parties in a nutshell by magnora7 in memes

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Republicans: No 🦾 🇺🇸 #AllLivesMatter

Reddit Mods by AbominableAnon in memes

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Haha, no worries.

You're right to certain degree but we still need to be able to call out the fuckery over there to remind people what we don't want this site to be

I hate reddit by Honestanonymous in WatchRedditDie

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Reddit's going the way of the Dodo. Every sub is controlled top to bottom by shills, corrupt/fake mods, and admins who only care about their personal ideology and its promotion.

I only wonder how long some of them will stay in their echo chamber once complete ideological conformity is achieved, which it just about has.

"How dare you say they're the same?!" by magnora7 in memes

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Gaslighting 101 by AbominableAnon in conspiracy

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1/ Rich, Famous, and Connected Pedophiles: A List

So many.

I am going to stick to those who have been credibly accused or convicted. This could be much longer.

JEFFREY EPSTEIN, obviously. Multi-millionaire "financier" but who knows what he really did:

2/ SIR JIMMY SAVILE British personality, friend of the royals

Truly a monster. Raped hundreds of children, some quite small. Also dead bodies. Credible evidence of satanic rituals found at some scenes.

3/ ROMAN POLANSKI Distinguished Hollywood director

Raped a 13-year-old girl in 1977, fled to Europe, never punished. Why not? Staunchly defended by many famous hoity-toity Hollywood types—go figure.

4/ R. KELLY Singer, songwriter, producer

Married a 15-year-old at a secret ceremony Accused by 17-year-old intern 2002 child porn charges Allegations of a "sex cult" in 2017

5/ SIR EDWARD HEATH Tory leader, British PM 1970-74

Wiltshire Police have identified more than 30 alleged victims.

6/ "JOHN OF GOD" Brazilian cult leader

JOAO Teixeira de Faria, a celebrity faith healer, sentenced to 19 years for raping four women and running a "sex farm" including child rape and human trafficking. Friend of Oprah Winfrey, of all people.

7/ JERRY SANDUSKY Penn State football coach

Charged with 52 counts of sexual abuse of young boys.

5/ SIR EDWARD HEATH Tory leader, British PM 1970-74

Wiltshire Police have identified more than 30 alleged victims. Claims that Sir Edward Heath was a paedophile are '120 per cent genuine', police chief claims The police chief investigating allegations that Sir Edward Heath was a paedophile believes the accounts are "120 per cent genuine".

6/ "JOHN OF GOD" Brazilian cult leader

JOAO Teixeira de Faria, a celebrity faith healer, sentenced to 19 years for raping four women and running a "sex farm" including child rape and human trafficking. Friend of Oprah Winfrey, of all people. Faith healer 'John of God' is jailed for 19 years for rape in Brazil Joao Teixeira de Faria, 77, known as John of God, was sentenced for two counts of rape through sexual fraud and two of rape of a vulnerable person by a court in Brazil on Thursday.

7/ JERRY SANDUSKY Penn State football coach

Charged with 52 counts of sexual abuse of young boys. Jerry Sandusky resentenced to same prison term Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky was resentenced Friday to 30 to 60 years in prison, the same penalty that was previously overturned, according to Kendra Miknis, court administrator for Centre...

8/ DENNIS HASTERT Former Republican Speaker of the House

Imprisoned for only 15 months despite being described as a "serial child molester." Why are such men not made a real example of? Think about that.

9/ By the way—do you think these people had no help? No associates? No one doing the same thing? Just a series of isolated incidents? Many of them are known to have had circles of friends, including Epstein, Savile, and Sandusky. Maybe most of them.

And yet we ignore this.

10/ MARK SALLING "Glee" actor

Multiple counts of child pornography; rape. Killed himself.

11/ KEVIN SPACEY Famous Hollywood actor

Accused by 15 boys and young men of molestation and abuse. Now seriously in disgrace.

12/ PRINCE ANDREW British royal, Duke of York

Credibly accused by Virginia Giuffre (nee Roberts; the awesome and brave @VRSVirginia ) of violating her when she was underage. Court papers say he partook in an orgy "with nine girls" on Epstein's island).

13/ KEITH RANIERE Cult leader, MLM guy

This disgusting individual's bizarre sex cult involved underaged girls, who were trafficked, as well as child pornography. Friend/associate of "Smallville" actress Alison Mack and Seagram's heiress Clare Bronfman.

14/ "Just another isolated incident," eh?

There are so many. These are just some of the famous and connected people who have been convicted or credibly accused.\


I'm a doctor of mathematics. So fuck off now by [deleted] in whatever

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How many mathematicians does it take to screw in a light bulb?

Hey Magnora7, are you a coward? by Magnora7isACoward in SaidIt

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What are you on about?

Last night the CA State Legislature passed #SB145 and it now goes to Gov. Newsom. It would lower the penalties for adults who have sex w/ willing same-sex minors. Judge could decide if adult has to register as sex offender if the offender is within 10 years of age of victim. by AbominableAnon in news

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A new state bill introduced by Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, could possibly change the way young offenders, specifically those who identify as LGBT, are put on the state’s sex offender registry list, Wiener’s office announced Tuesday.

Currently, while consensual sex between 15- to 17-year-olds and a partner within 10 years of age is illegal, vaginal intercourse between the two does not require an offender to register as a sex offender. Other forms of intercourse such as oral and anal intercourse require sex offender registration.

That practice, according to Wiener, disproportionately targets young LGBT people, who usually cannot engage in vaginal intercourse.

Senate Bill 145 would put an end to “blatant discrimination against young LGBT people engaged in consensual activity,” Wiener said in a statement.

“This bill is about treating everyone equally under the law. Discrimination against LGBT people is simply not the California way. These laws were put in place during a more conservative and anti-LGBT time in California’s history. They have ruined people’s lives and made it harder for them to get jobs, secure housing, and live productive lives. It is time we update these laws and treat everyone equally,” he said.

In cases involving vaginal intercourse, a judge will typically decide based on the facts of the case whether registration is warranted, whereas in the other cases, sex offender registration is mandatory.

According to Wiener, SB 145 would not change the legality of the forms of intercourse and would not change the potential sentence for having sex with an underage person. Instead, the bill would give judges the ability to evaluate whether the accused be required to register as a sex offender.

The change, Wiener’s office contends, would result in the equal treatment of straight and LGBT young people and end the stigmatization of LGBT sexual relationships.

SB 145 is being sponsored by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and Los Angeles-based LGBT civil rights organization Equality California. The bill was co-authored by Assemblymember Susan Talamantes Eggman, D-Stockton.

“There’s no reason for the law to treat a high school senior dating a high school junior differently because of their sexual orientation or gender identity,” Equality California Executive Director Rick Zbur said in a statement. “For years, we’ve been working to make this common-sense fix and ensure LGBTQ young people are treated the same as their peers.”

Wiener’s office also noted that up until recently sex offender registration was for life. However, in 2017, legislation authored by Wiener, created a tiered registry system, placing high-risk offenders on the list for life, while others can petition to be removed after 10 or 20 years, depending on the offense.

Additionally, Wiener’s office added that if passed, SB 145 would overturn a 2015 California Supreme Court ruling which decided that since vaginal sexual intercourse can result in pregnancy while non-vaginal sex cannot, it is not discriminatory to treat those offenses differently and with harsher penalties.

SB 145 will be set for a hearing in Sacramento in the coming months, according to Wiener’s office.

Pelosi Calls Republicans 'Domestic Enemies Of The State' by JeanValjean in politics

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She's not wrong about all the Rhinos and useful idiots to the globalist scheme.

Just look at all the neocons endorsing Biden.