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[–] o_V_o 3 points 50 points (+53|-3) ago 

Assuming you were subscribed at all... but that doesn't mean you should be OK with authority being given to people who have proven they don't support the idea that

Voat is supposed to be a place where one can freely express views, no matter how controversial, unpopular, shunned, or frowned upon

Just because I can put myself into a "safe place" away from cancer like her doesn't mean it won't affect others... and certainly does nothing to prevent it from spreading, as cancer does.


[–] The_Green_Bastard 0 points 16 points (+16|-0) ago 

Agreed. I have unsubbed and blocked, but that does not fix the problem. Having to unsub is just a symptom of the problem.

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[–] PM-me-about-Autism 1 points 19 points (+20|-1) ago 

you should fight against the law, not against the people enforcing it.

You would be like that one coward at the American Revolution saying "But we shouldn't attack the King's authority!"

You're spineless. And I'm speaking as a Brit.


[–] o_V_o 1 points 16 points (+17|-1) ago 

No one is trying to prevent her from expressing her comment form.


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

Let her express her opinions too shouldn't equate to us allowing her to literally destroy and de-populate a prominent sub because she followed a system that allows people like her to become mods. Why shouldn't large user driven subs like /v/askvoat allow the users some voice in the moderation, or at least the ability to pull a bad moderator? What would be so wrong with that?