First I got banned again from the r/politics subreddit. Again. For hate speech. This time they had a post about the “conspiracy theory” that Whites are being replaced in White countries. The entire Left, especially the SPLC types who originally labeled this a conspiracy theory, actually believes that this is a crazy bug-eyed conspiracy theory.
They actually believe this. They think it is literally on the level of Qanon and the idea that the Newton School Shooting was faked with crisis actors. No really. They actually believe this. Isn’t it incredible that a majority of Americans could believe something so stupid and insane?
I made a post that said it’s not a conspiracy theory. This is what I said:
It’s actually true. We Whites are absolutely being replaced here in the US. Now, one can argue about whether it is being done deliberately or not, but it’s absolutely true.
Banned! It’s hate speech! It’s hate speech to say the truth that we Whites are being replaced in our countries, especially here in the US. How on Earth is this not true? How in God’s name are we not being replaced? Isn’t it obvious? Those who claim this is conspiracy theory: Can you show us how we are not being replaced? It’s literally an obvious truth, a fact, a scientific fact that this is what is happening.
How could truths, facts, and even scientific facts possibly be racist? You mean there are racist facts? That’s insane. How could a fact possibly be racist? That’s literally not even possible. If it’s true, it literally cannot be racist. It’s simply a truth and truths are neither racist nor non-racist nor do they carry any subjective values at all. Truths are simply objective truths, sitting there in plain sight for all to see, without the slightest subjectivity, emotion, or God forbid bigotry, coloring them.
How can anyone get banned from a website for telling the truth? How does that make sense?
Anyway, they found out that I was using a new alt account to evade a ban on that sub and they banned me for seven days. I wasn’t aware that I was avoiding a previous ban. It never occurred to me.