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J7383 wrote

"Real site"? You mean for-profit and owned by capitalists?

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J7383 wrote

Look at that, I just answered your question.

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boomco OP wrote

Voat is open source and it was made by one guy. not a corporation.

I don't get it, if you don't like how reddit censors our speech, then go to voat, it has way more people on it than this place and no censorship.

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watermelon wrote (edited )

no censorship

That's not even true. Voat has censorship literally built into the code. If you're not a fascist, you get downvoted, and the system prevents you from speaking - silences all non racist white man opinions. They're the biggest echo chamber on the internet.

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boomco OP wrote

uh that's called democracy actually. If you actually bothered to go there you could upvoat opinions you agree from people of your ideology so they don't get throttled.

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watermelon wrote

Any democracy where fascists are the majority is going to be a bad trip for everyone who isn't a fascist. Can you go back there now and stop shitposting here?

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zod wrote

Since when does democracy = silencing minority opinions? You're thinking of fascism.

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J7383 wrote

No thanks.

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boomco OP wrote

but why?

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foggymorn wrote

We're not white supremacists.

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J7383 wrote (edited )

Also, we like earnest and intelligent discourse, not an endless stream of kek kek kek pepe kek commie fa---ts libtards maga kek.

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boomco OP wrote

then go there and talk about your own ideology...

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J7383 wrote

I don't want to.

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boomco OP wrote

How do you expect to spread your ideology if you wont talk about it with real people?

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J7383 wrote

I don't.

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boomco OP wrote

No wonder communism is dead.

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not_AFX_lol wrote

What's the point in trying to have civil debate with a bunch of people who will do nothing but spam and troll your posts into oblivion? I have better things to do with my time.

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boomco OP wrote

But the whole point of free speech is you can say whatever you want so if you don't like what someone is saying you can challenge them with your own ideas.

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robottroymacclure wrote

but before that can happen you have to establish that you are having discussion in good faith with the other party. there has to be a shared vocabulary and a strong desire by both people to try and come to an amicable conclusion. otherwise you are just farting in the wind.

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