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If one looks at how Reddit has been constructed from a purely unbiased viewpoint. You could sware Kim Jong Un personally designed it. No joke, and no exaggeration. Everything from the ground up is painstakingly made to impede, block, and stifle dialogue. So where would I start?..... Well first of all new users have to wait several days before being given permission to write, and usually more because moderators of each individual subreddit always make it much longer. Reddit also has a point system (karma), and if you don't have enough points you won't be allowed to communicate anywhere. Or rather I should rephrase myself. You will be "able" to type, but nobody will see it because it's automatically hidden to everyone but you!.... Secondly moderators run their subreddits like a little dictatorships, and an overwhelming amount of them are like this. If you do not parrot the moderators viewpoints, you will be banned sooner or later. Also, since the site has grown older, veteran users usually have moderation power over many different subreddits. So if you get banned from one, in their tyraid they will ban you from all they have control over, just to spite you! There is no trial or evidence needed to ban, they can just see you posted in a subreddit they hate, and ban you on a whim..... This has gotten so bad that they now have scripts/bots that won't allow you to post, or will automatically ban you if you post in a subreddit they hate.... Anyways I can go on forever, but this should give you an insight into this unsightful site... Don't go to Reddit if you have a working brain!


This site used to be cool. A place to test your debating skills and logic against people of all different beliefs, a key point was the ability to express yourself freely without having to worry about getting punished/silenced for making an unpopular opinion, as most sites do. However the moderators started to show a left-leaning biased, in the form of allowing fellow Leftists to break the rules and vote brigade, while permanently banning right-wingers for minor infractions, or just on the basis point of them being "racist". Racist being a blanket term the moderators use to ban anyone the they don't like.

Now a few years later, with honest discussion being mostly snuffed out. Popularity has shrunk, and only the leftist "intellectual" hoards / young children remain, festering in an echo chamber safe space. If you try to debate on an issue they don't like, or if you are taking a stance on an issue that deviates from the Leftist paradigm, they will troll you and downvote your comments en masse.
If you are an especially good right-wing debater, and aren't phased by the massive downvotes / appeal to authority and emotion arguments, you'll soon find yourself banned.

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“Thank you.. I just joined last week, and yes, i regret it. For every positive comment i post? There's someone there to make me wish i never joined in the first place. :(”

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