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Naokotani wrote

People really need to understand how critical this is. Freedom of information is the socialists best ally.


ziq OP wrote (edited )

r/the_donald is now censoring all criticism of this move. Hilariously.


GrimWillow wrote

It doesn't matter what people say. They got us at gunpoint and they're just pushing what they want.


Naokotani wrote

It matters tremendously what people say. They are doing this becaues they are scared of what people are saying.


GrimWillow wrote (edited )

Yea, that's true. It definitely matters. I suppose I meant in the context of the fact that everything is just getting worse despite all of our efforts. The violence is extremely advanced, and the industrialized electronic age has brought us nothing but robotically facillitated labor camps for serving the rich. I mean, since the red scare labor hasn't been federally represented at all, and that's despite so many progressive marches and radical action.

I'm not saying it's useless, because this place would be god awful worse without all the struggling; I'm just saying that everything is still getting worse overall despite our efforts. We def need more people on board, but it's maddening when everyone around is taught to be a class traitor and pressures you to be the same.


891284 wrote (edited )

Ya'll probably have all this information already, but it might help somebody. has numbers for representatives and scripts to follow

You can file a formal complaint at: The proceeding is "17-108 - Restoring Internet Freedom" (ugh); just write in the comment box that you're filing a formal complaint against Ajit Pai's plan to repeal net neutrality. also has Twitter and email contacts for the FCC leadership that will vote in December. Brendan Carr and Michael O'Rielly are the holdouts and Ajit Pai is leading the move to end net neutrality, so go for their throats.

Pai's office number is 202-418-1000