posted ago by Finale_Theorem ago by Finale_Theorem +10 / -9

So this is a conspiracy site, let's explore the first conspiracy... who is behind it. Now we all now axolotl_peyotl - he's the music maker. The man who bans those who disagrees and then decries censorship. But there's someone new here, someone unfamiliar. Doggos.

Now, this is a forum for free thinkers. It's not political. It's free from the agendas of reddit. Now we can really ask the tough questions.

So let's ask the tough question: Why is it now being moderated by a moderator of ?

We're all conspiracy theorists, we're all critical thinkers. So here's some critical thinking for you: Why are we handing the keys over to a partisan?

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Doggos 6 points ago +6 / -0

Perfectly valid concern. I am responsible for the development of all the Win sites, so naturally I was a moderator here before release, and simply have not yet removed myself. Axo is still the top mod here.

Finale_Theorem [S] -3 points ago +1 / -4

Ok, if you're the technical muscle behind the operation - and since you believe that censorship is wrong, I'll make a deal wiht you. If I provide evidence directly to you that axolotl has been censoring and banning people on /r/conspiracy simply for disagreeing with him, you remove axolotl as a mod from this forum. Deal?

Doggos 4 points ago +4 / -0

I believe censorship is wrong, and I very strongly support freedom of speech (even though I don't particularly utilize it).

I don't think that banning people for disagreeing is good for the health of a community, but it's also not a platform's place to create or enforce rules for communities.

Unless a Win community permits posting illegal content (such as illegal porn), we won't take any action.

bolonaro 1 point ago +1 / -0

Removing someone as a moderator is not a breach of free speech. We regularly allow far lefties take over our communities because we are too nice to remove them as figures of authority.