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Adam Alex
Adam Alex 1 weeks

What about antifa? Certainly some offline violence there too. But I guess they’re only an “idea”

Bob Stephens
Bob Stephens 1 weeks

I’m not particularly impressed by what I’ve seen of the QAnon stuff. Typically vague enough for lots of after the fact validation. On the other hand it’s a stretch to cite off platform violence as a reason for shutting down their social media presence while the Critical Race Theory crowd, BLM etc maintain a presence. Far more real world violence associated with the latter. If anything QAnon may be playing a roll in reducing violence from those on the right getting increasingly impatient with the lack of obvious action on some fronts despite clear evidence of serious wrong doing of many powerful people. While social media actively supports and runs cover for left wing extremists who burning buildings, terrorising diners and old ladies using pedestrian crossings, trying to make speaking events for their opponents impossible QAnon is urging patience and a narrative that justice will eventually be done via the legal system.

Rational ific
Rational ific 1 weeks

QAnon seems crazy, but YouTube is blocking it because it causes violence? Are they blocking fundamentalist Islamic preachers as well? (You don't need to answer that. I know the answer.)

David Shechtman
David Shechtman 6 days

The media is your enemy

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 weeks

TF u talking by offline?!

David 1 weeks

Ignoring BLM and Antifa violence I see....

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