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ziq OP wrote (edited )

Mods have no power other than the power the users grant them. They step out of line, they get removed. The ToS is clear about this.

Your argument is basically 'let mods ignore the tos and treat major forums like their own personal blogs". I don't give a shit that they don't find my meme funny, I spent time making it and they have no power to delete it when it's not breaking any rules.

f/memer is not their private property.

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ziq OP wrote

There is no rule on that forum saying 'Belsima can delete anything they don't like' and if they made that rule without consulting the community that would also be grounds for demodding.

If you get your way, I'll request to be be modded on f/communism and delete everything I don't like

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ziq OP wrote

No they don't. This site is run by anarchist principles. This isn't reddit where the mods have no accountability. Furthermore, I actually contribute a ton to that forum, what gives them authority over people that actually make the memes?

This is some liberal bullshit.

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ziq OP wrote (edited )

As long as I'm on this site, mods will be held accountable for censoring people because they don't like their politics.

You sound like a reactionary telling me to leave the country if I don't like the president. This has nothing to do with freedom of association. It's a power tripping mod that presents themselves as the authority on what makes a good meme and abuses their community-granted power to delete original content when they contribute nothing themself.

If you don't think the users should have any say in how the site is run, and shouldn't be able to complain when they're being censored for no reason, then maybe you're on the wrong site.

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____deleted____ wrote

Just want to say I was about to give the same argument in a reply to another comment, and thank /u/selver for doing that for me. :P

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____deleted____ moderator wrote

The rule does say non-meme content may be deleted, and 'political opinion demonstrated via impact text' does not qualify as a meme so far as I am aware.

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ziq OP wrote (edited )

It was literally a meme.

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____deleted____ moderator wrote

Explain, then, how it was a meme. Because there are no strict guidelines, meaning its currently up to the mod's eyes.

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ziq OP wrote (edited )

No. I don't answer to you.

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____deleted____ moderator wrote

Then I will delete content that doesn't seem to be a 'meme' to me. If there is no line to be drawn, it is not possible to viably enforce the only subraddle rule; that is, do not post non-meme or non-humorous content.

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ziq OP wrote

Watch me get modded on every forum you post on and delete every shitty bigotted liberal comment you make.

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