What's with all the anti-Jewish stuff on this site? I can understand being anti-Israel or anti-government or anti-media, etc. by Grateful in AskSaidIt
[–]heythere 6 insightful - 3 fun6 insightful - 2 fun7 insightful - 2 fun7 insightful - 3 fun - 3 years ago (0 children)
Jewish people were not
Jewish people were not
Also of interest Jewish people were forbidden from giving loans*, but only with other Jews. So the poor generally hate the lenders when it comes the day to pay the loan, everyone hates banks and credit card companies, even companies that give college loans, but you can give a special hate when these same people kind of confess to being evil, but not so evil they'd do it to their own people. No one seems to hate Africans who enslaved their owns for themselves and others, but they do hate whites who only enslaved only those who weren't their own people.
Welcome, Reddit ban wave refugees! by [deleted] in whatever
[–]heythere 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun - 3 years ago (0 children)
[–]heythere 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun - 3 years ago (0 children)
yea they were clever about it though, they would say thing like I hope racists (insert link for meme with frog croaking) they weren't promoting violence against men in general though, although the bar for rapist wasn't the same as the legal bar. Standards of proof were also "this site called allmenarerapists.org told me he's a rapist"
can't believe they got around to banning PPF that place has been promoting violence for ages
r/LGBdroptheT was banned on reddit in another ban wave. The ban notice states "This community was banned for violating Reddit’s rule against promoting hate." It was literally a place showing the hate coming from trans extremists towards cis people via screenshots of their prejudice comments... by zeusdx1118 in whatever
The sub r/lgbdropthet has been alive long enough, the signs were there since september 20th when reddit took a stand on hate speech. They were certainly there when reddit banned GC.
Another ban wave just happened. by [deleted] in MeanwhileOnReddit
They are radical feminists (meaning they are more authoritarian in nature, while culturally somewhat left wing, but a decent amount of stand alone ideologies) who don't believe TiMs are women. You can in theory be a liberal feminist who believes the same, but there's no known communities of libfems who are against TRAs. There is however the LGBdroptheT movement. Ultimately feminist led coalitions including anti islamophobia, LGBT acceptance, have always been at ideological odds. Its not all that surprising that we're seeing movements pop up noting that these movements now largely in control of the west, are not always able to agree on important issues.
they said on r/lgbdropthet they are the same
[–]heythere 8 insightful - 1 fun8 insightful - 0 fun9 insightful - 0 fun9 insightful - 1 fun - 3 years ago (0 children)
They had a stickied noticed about their saidit backup being "under construction" I'm extremely displeased to see that despite all the warning signs clear as day they have yet to open their sub to posts. This is just shitty. r/lgbdropthet had probably the most based LGB users out there, while many saw themselves as oppressed, others said there wasn't much work to be done. Their mods were specific about not wanting to ban wrongthing, but now leave a message saying "we plan on this being a safespace so we will drop out of r/all and not abide by the pyramid of debate" All around shit performance moving communities and helping build this place up. Saidit has been around 2 years grasping at straws to stay active, this is saidit's shot, and the banned communities with saidit backups just aren't doing their part. r/againsthatesubreddit's skin is about as thick as one ply tissue paper found in public bathrooms, and if lucky they'll get around to banning the good political subs, and reddit will go the way of tumblr, while our friends at r/gendercritical get all the porn subs banned (a huge percentage of reddit traffic) and anyone seeking authentic conversation will have to look elsewhere. But like I said earlier, this is a team effort of unlikely allies, everyone needs to do their part, and r/lgbdropthet has been a disgrace thus far.