This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
13 submissions to jew
6 submissions to coldwar2
2 submissions to Conspiracy
2 submissions to MeanwhileOnReddit
1 submissions to MeanWhileOnVoat
This user has so far shared a total of 21 links, started a total of 9 discussions and submitted a total of 367 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 93 and downvoted 6 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 126 and downvoted 66 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Cass Sunstein: The existence of conspiracy theories poses real risks to the governments antiterrorism policies, the best response consists in cognitive infiltration of extremist groups, submitted: 7/1/2015 3:38:16 AM, 11 points (+11|-0)
To what extent have you explored moving to another country?, submitted: 6/19/2015 11:15:27 AM, 9 points (+9|-0)
"We never said /v/MeanwhileOnReddit was a place to blow off steam." - Actually, here's where you said that..., submitted: 7/16/2015 5:22:41 PM, 8 points (+16|-8)
My deleted post on /v/MeanwhileOnReddit: If it really was a glass cliff, where are all the upskirts?, submitted: 7/16/2015 4:21:03 PM, 7 points (+8|-1)
The decision to not support OpenGL on Windows Phone (or Xbox for that matter) is just sad., submitted: 6/21/2015 12:22:25 PM, 6 points (+6|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
How best to discuss moderation on this subverse? The moderator here is worse than most of those on reddit, shouldn't we have some option of calling him out?, submitted: 7/16/2015 4:11:16 PM, -9 points (+2|-11)
Then there's the "Jews control the media" problem., submitted: 6/19/2015 8:20:03 AM, -2 points (+4|-6)
Censorship already, submitted: 6/20/2015 1:23:07 PM, -2 points (+4|-6)
Actual news story: ISIS kidnaps female humanitarian aid workers from America and brings them to Syria/Iraq to become their sex slaves, submitted: 8/15/2015 1:06:01 AM, -2 points (+6|-8)
Jewish control of the media is preventing free Holocaust debate, submitted: 6/18/2015 2:34:42 PM, -1 points (+5|-6)
3 highest rated comments:
nokilli 5 points 33 points 38 points (+38|-5) ago
The very first instance of censorship by prior restraint on reddit was when /r/worldnews forbade any and all discussion about Israel.
This of course occurred shortly after the Conde Nast takeover.
My account, as well as the accounts of others who were critical of Israel I am sure, were banned the same day they banned /r/Jailbait. I was otherwise a five-year redditor in good standing and a donator on top of that. I guess if you're going to take the hit for committing censorship in full public view then you might as well get as much bang for your buck as possible.
nokilli 7 points 26 points 33 points (+33|-7) ago
People are ignoring the threat that (ok fine) organized Jewry poses to humanity and at their great peril.
I've been on these lists. I've seen things... I can post a link to a story to buttress an argument and see that story taken down a few hours later. I can make an edit on wikipedia and not only see the edit reverted but stricken from the log of edits. I had a blog that once linked to would be stricken from search engines. The constant banning, censoring, deleting... it is a full-time occupation for these people and the reason is absolutely clear for anyone who will bother to spend the five seconds it takes to understand why: their agenda cannot survive scrutiny.
My sole criticism starting out was to call attention to the predominance of Jews in our media and point out how unhealthy that was, especially in the context of Israel. To then see that media respond not by challenging any of the things said, but rather, working hard to see that nobody else ever gets to read them, is essentially a surrender on their part.
In America, we challenge the aggregation of power. Our whole society is erected on that premise. To then see a people claim to have the right to hold power that must then never be challenged, and to then see all the rest of you capitulate to that demand, is easily the most distressing reality I've ever had to face in my life.
nokilli 0 points 26 points 26 points (+26|-0) ago
How does spez manage to sit upright in a chair? Or are they actually able to transplant spines today?
3 lowest rated comments:
nokilli 9 points -8 points 1 points (+1|-9) ago
And so is voat.
nokilli 7 points -7 points 0 points (+0|-7) ago
Please show me how the "glass cliff" isn't relevant to reddit. Please show me what rule is being violated here. Please show me how this doesn't qualify as "letting out steam" as per moderator's explicit allowance in the sticky posted at the top of the page.