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[–] greycloud 4 points 306 points (+310|-4) ago 

i like free speech. give em some containment boards and watch for organized attacks coming from them. let em bitch, but just watch them. most illegal content is posted by SJW's in an attempt to shut down a site that advocates for free uncensored speech. haters gonna hate, don't feed the trolls the eat enough already.

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[–] Codyrl95 39 points 42 points (+81|-39) ago 

Only ones with organized attacks seems to be /v/protectvoat, but then again I guess you could make an argument that they're SJWs who hate other SJWs. They're SJW hipsters.

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[–] mukt 3 points 4 points (+7|-3) ago 

When mods like she & shiny implement their own agenda on one of the largest default sub, isn't that an organized attack?
Bear in mind that nothing short of Atko's effective intervention worked.

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[–] helmetbox 12 points 2 points (+14|-12) ago  (edited ago)

Just posted a relevant comment (that got buried) elsewhere

Pretty ironic that he's whining about not being [selected as] a mod (looking for social justice) after saying social justice issues are "almost entirely bullshit".

Edit: It's not fair; why can't you let me be free from your social justice!!!

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[–] bilog78 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

Only ones with organized attacks seems to be /v/protectvoat, but then again I guess you could make an argument that they're SJWs who hate other SJWs. They're SJW hipsters.

As I've said elsewhere and repeatedly, II prefer the term FSW (Free Speech Warrior), to differentiate. Their alleged platform is free-speech, not social-justice, and they are as effective at forwarding the cause of free-speech as SJWs are at forwarding the cause of social justice (i.e. not at all, and in fact they're deleterious more often than helpful).

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[–] zammy 1 points 8 points (+9|-1) ago 

can someone give me an example of an attack

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[–] happytree 3 points 7 points (+10|-3) ago 

Usually goes something like this, but instead of hammers, it's mass censorship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_glneK1YkP8

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[–] BloodPool 9 points 3 points (+12|-9) ago  (edited ago)

https://voat.co/v/ProtectVoat/comments/425861/1898607 - In this post I called out the guy calling for @PuttItOut to be removed as admin. I'd also like to point out (and you can look for yourself) the guy who posted this thread has some of the highest downvoats given I've ever seen.

https://voat.co/v/Showerthoughts/comments/448119/2053661 - Just examples of brigading. Ain't no thang.

Edit: As much as I don't particularly like She's moderation and drama, they also called for (and @atko linked this) a censorship brigade against that user.

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[–] blackblarneystone 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

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[–] pinkmagnet 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

If you want a deeper understanding look up Cultural Marxism. There is some decent videos on youtube and the wiki will give you the history.

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[–] Bonedog 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I agree. I don't want us to become what we are fighting against. Anyone should be allowed to speak their mind no matter how unpopular it may be here. They may be downvoated to oblivion, but they still have the right to say it and thats how the site works. If people are forming subs to coordinate activities to intentionally harm the site through false flag, brigading or the like, those subs and users should be banned but the admins need to keep the process above board by explicitly stating the reasons for a ban and showing evidence to justify it.

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[–] cynoclast 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I'm all for allowing them to participate in discussion, but they've proven time & time again that they can't be trusted with power over others.