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leondra:

so yeah i stumbled on some cool screenshots from imgur last night and i figured it’d be good to post some info? assholes from 4chan are taking people’s information and making fake blogs and using them to harass feminists blogs (like misandry-mermaid) and then the person’s addresses and other info is being exposed online. 

please be more aware and use your judgement on blogs that may be using fake information to hurt people who are 0% involved. 

/pol/ does it’s part to make the internet a better place.

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Photo 24 Aug 3 notes /lgbt/ reveals their not-so-secret plan for /pol/

/lgbt/ reveals their not-so-secret plan for /pol/

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Copped a 3 day ban on 4chan for posting on /co/.    Seems that saying that the US were not as bad as the Nazis during WWII is offensive to the liberal mods.

Photo 21 Aug 12 notes /pol/ explains the true history of the Middle East.

/pol/ explains the true history of the Middle East.

Photo 20 Aug 6 notes /pol/ gives sex advice

/pol/ gives sex advice

Photo 19 Aug 9 notes I agree on point #1.  Doxxxing is against the rules, and posts containing dox should be deleted.
I disagree on point #2.   /pol/ is actively discussing all those more important, more political topics.   There’s dozens of HAPPENING threads.  Every topic the mod lists has multiple threads a day going to 300 posts.   They’re not being ignored in favor of this story.
And many of the posters longing to talk about this topic are refugees from their home boards; kicked out and sent to invade /pol/ to spread their opinions and have their threads on their favorite topic.  They’ve been told this is a safe space for freedom of speech, and now the mods are putting our cherished principle to the test.
It’s simple. If posters are breaking Global Rule #4, punish them.  Don’t delete entire threads wholesale because you don’t like some of the posts it contains.
And, again, we need /q/ back, or /meta/, or some “safe space” to talk about mod and admin policies.

I agree on point #1.  Doxxxing is against the rules, and posts containing dox should be deleted.

I disagree on point #2.   /pol/ is actively discussing all those more important, more political topics.   There’s dozens of HAPPENING threads.  Every topic the mod lists has multiple threads a day going to 300 posts.   They’re not being ignored in favor of this story.

And many of the posters longing to talk about this topic are refugees from their home boards; kicked out and sent to invade /pol/ to spread their opinions and have their threads on their favorite topic.  They’ve been told this is a safe space for freedom of speech, and now the mods are putting our cherished principle to the test.

It’s simple. If posters are breaking Global Rule #4, punish them.  Don’t delete entire threads wholesale because you don’t like some of the posts it contains.

And, again, we need /q/ back, or /meta/, or some “safe space” to talk about mod and admin policies.

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checkingoftheprivilege:

bronyparctears:

*white dude voice* Let’s take a look at the dictionary definition, shall we?

Words DO need fixed definitions, just not ones created by white cis people.

10/10

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