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Stop whining and switch. submitted by acratus to KotakuInAction

Fernis 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

not really

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[Showerthoughts] SJWs want to ban rape from storytelling but they themselves use it constantly to spin their story [x-post reddit] submitted by mnemosyne-0000 to KotakuInAction

Fernis 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Read up on methods that were/are used by totalitarian/authoritarian governments of communist countries (CCCP, post WW2 Poland, Korea, China ect) to keep people in line. One of them is to create sort of “schizophrenia” when it comes to information, where regular citizens don’t know what is ok to talk about and what would be punished. That makes people self-censor themselves without creating any laws in place.

Good example would be “The West” in socialist Poland. You could hear about western countries (outside of iron curtain) on the TV and read about them in papers. People were permitted to talked on that topic but from time to time someone would get arrested for talking about “The West”. That way people were discouraged form talking about things that cannot be completely “banned” form mentioning.

In case of the word “rape”, sjw want to keep using this term as a weapon yet they don’t want any social discussion on the topic, because god forbid, somehow people would find a solution or what’s more realistic, realize that the narration is bullshit. So they keep talking about it, yet are shaming anyone from outside of the circle who wants to debate them or study the problem.

Just interested, how many using "Duck Duck Go" now as default search engine? submitted by k_digi to technology

Fernis 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I tried it out for few months and was pretty happy with the results. The one problem was, DDG is really bad when searching in languages other than English. That's pretty much the only reason I switched back to google.

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[Showerthoughts] SJWs want to ban rape from storytelling but they themselves use it constantly to spin their story [x-post reddit] submitted by mnemosyne-0000 to KotakuInAction

Fernis 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Read up on methods that were/are used by totalitarian/authoritarian governments of communist countries (CCCP, post WW2 Poland, Korea, China ect) to keep people in line. One of them is to create sort of “schizophrenia” when it comes to information, where regular citizens don’t know what is ok to talk about and what would be punished. That makes people self-censor themselves without creating any laws in place.

Good example would be “The West” in socialist Poland. You could hear about western countries (outside of iron curtain) on the TV and read about them in papers. People were permitted to talked on that topic but from time to time someone would get arrested for talking about “The West”. That way people were discouraged form talking about things that cannot be completely “banned” form mentioning.

In case of the word “rape”, sjw want to keep using this term as a weapon yet they don’t want any social discussion on the topic, because god forbid, somehow people would find a solution or what’s more realistic, realize that the narration is bullshit. So they keep talking about it, yet are shaming anyone from outside of the circle who wants to debate them or study the problem.

Just interested, how many using "Duck Duck Go" now as default search engine? submitted by k_digi to technology

Fernis 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I tried it out for few months and was pretty happy with the results. The one problem was, DDG is really bad when searching in languages other than English. That's pretty much the only reason I switched back to google.

Stop whining and switch. submitted by acratus to KotakuInAction

Fernis 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

not really

You are currently limited to 10 upvotes per 24 hours. Every time someone upvotes one of your comments, you gain 1 comment contribution point. You currently have 0 comment contribution points.