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YSK: lemmy.ml is managed by tankies, and lead lemmy developer is a tankie
  • It's the radical moderators and developers of Lemmy that censor and delete posts and comments that fit their narrative. They are trying to foster authoritarian views and perpetuating lies (like tiananmen square didn't happen, or Ukraine invaded russia). It's a big mess that causes problems when people voice opposing views or even sourced material and get censored and banned. Using Lemmy feels like we have to accept their cooked views. I'm hoping there will be a fork or new federation project that doesn't have baggage. Many moved here because of the reddit bs, and now there is extreme communism baggage.

  • I am genuinely confused by hexbear's opinion on the Ukraine war
  • It's weird that those forums are in English, reading the insane takes and rhetoric. I also noticed many of the accounts are just prolific posters, making the community seem small to me. Also saw an account with a trans flag, which is surprising they would accommodate such a person or such a person would have those weird views on lemmygrad.

  • I firmly believe protestors have a right to shut down busy highways, freeways, places of business and higher education.
  • In my opinion, there is no democracy without the public being able to protest. If the powers that be are not making decisions or actions of the people, for the people, how are they to know how upset they are; unless the powers don't care and send tanks or armed forces to squash disgruntled protesters.

    Even if you disagree with the protesters, you should allow them to voice their grievances publicly, otherwise you don't actually want a democracy, imo. I see so many uncaring takes or indifferent takes, it's the silent insidious part of humanity, like a cop watching a crime happen but don't want to get involved.