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axolotl_peyotl [S] 16 points ago +18 / -2

I'll go a step further:

The reddit admins are directly implicated in the foreknowledge of the stolen election AND the January 6th false flag.

I would imagine all of big tech got the memo.

I was given an unexplained temp ban for 7 days starting one day BEFORE the 2020 election. /r/conspiracy plunged into chaos with anti-conspiracy NPCs after the election...the admins neutered the sub by removing me without warning (I was the mod who dealt with the shills), and they did so one day before the election deliberately because they knew there would be a conspiracy.

It's why they neutered /r/conspiracy one day before the greatest election conspiracy of our time.

And then 6 hours after a Senator blamed "reddit conspiracies" for the Capitol false flag, the admins permanently banned me, complete with a prepared (canned) statement to the rest of the /r/conspiracy mod team.

They were ready to go with it...Trump was banned from Twitter not long after, and the purge really began in earnest.

Watch how bots/NPCs infest any thread that mentions me on /r/conspiracy (I don't think most are real accounts). They only say how shitty I was, but not that I actually broke any rules.

We need a reddit whistleblower on the admin team.

I think a detailed explanation of the reason and timing of my November 2020 suspension and January 2021 ban would be VERY illuminating. I would imagine similar bombshells would be unearthed over the recent hubbub at places like WSB and mods like /zjz.

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Dinglebob 5 points ago +5 / -0

Very sad state of things... After all you've done for reddit this is how they treat you. One question, why didn't you consider using a proxy mod account? Wouldn't that have been really useful to restrict the top account activity to 0 so they had no reason to ban?

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 2 points ago +3 / -1

After all you've done for reddit this is how they treat you.

Pretty wild, hard to ignore the irony of spending a decade removing TOS violations only to be removed for purported TOS violations =/

One question, why didn't you consider using a proxy mod account?

Meh I didn't think it was necessary...there are a couple members on the team I still trust, and I figured if my axo account was even nuked, it would only happen in a reddit environment that had become so toxic and evil that there would be no point in continuing to feed the beast.

That's how I feel now...I feel psychologically liberated in many ways without the burden of that gig. Signing in to reddit itself was becoming a chore...dozens of angry and threatening PMs frequently waited for me.

They were trying to take me down emotionally/mentally...it didn't work (admins had to do it), but fighting back against that took a lot of my creative energy which now can be focused elsewhere.

Also, as much as I have respect for several members of the /r/conspiracy mod team, they are pretty much subservient to the admins who forbade them to add me back under an alt. Not that I would want that, but it's pretty telling the admins felt it necessary to say that lol.

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Old_Timer 2 points ago +2 / -0

I am going to make a guess that there was a belief in “here are the rules, and we are ALL playing / using them” instead of “these are the public statements we make, and these are the actions we take in support of our agenda”.

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no_ez 5 points ago +5 / -0

You should write Jack P over at Veritas, he’s got an “expose big tech” thing going on right now.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 2 points ago +3 / -1

Nice I will contact him. I already reached out to PV when this all went down and they replied that they were interested. I have yet to fully follow up but I will.

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MistGorillas 3 points ago +4 / -1

Oh shit, what's up Axolotl!!! I was a /r/conspiracy lurker for a long long long time. I've read many, many of your posts. That being said; it wouldn't surprise me if Reddit was directly controlled by the letter agencies at this point. They take over everything that hits a certain threshold and Reddit crossed those long before they killed Aaron. With people like Maxwell in high places, it makes one wonder honestly who else is where.

That being said, I was also preemptively silenced across social media as well with almost matching timelines. My ban was lifted on Jan 23. I don't remember the day it started tbh but it was like the 15th or the 16th. I found the whole thing rather amusing, considering I was pretty careful about what I posted publicly, and had NEVER EVEN HAD A WARNING OR POST WITH A FACT CHECK! That's one thing that weirded me out. Just an immediate temp-silence. Very offputting.

shrug

Reddit died a long time ago. /r/conspiracy was it's final deep breath before the plunge.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

Hey!!

Just an immediate temp-silence.

That's how I felt after my election suspension...no explanation, no response, and no ability for me to contact the mod team for a week.

I was also preemptively silenced across social media as well with almost matching timelines.

This was the biggest tech purge in history, and it's mindnumbingly obvious it was planned in advance.

I can't wait until it's all exposed!! It's inevitable...

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MistGorillas 1 point ago +2 / -1

I agree 100%. Streisand effect. The internet will not forget. They harder they try and hide; the more will inevitably come to light.

Too many people are paying attention now.

Soon the entire paradigm will unravel for the uninitiated.

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ghost_of_aswartz 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ah, it just clicked for me, why you keep talking about this ban of yours. It's because of the suspicious timing. The incredibly thick irony being you were a mod of /r/conspiracy that was taken out.....by a conspiracy

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

It's because of the suspicious timing.

You got it! When "reddit conspiracies" was mentioned in Congress, it forced the admins to act. They were waiting for the opportunity to ban me...I think it was coordinated.

Also, they needed to generate headlines that they acted...either remove the sub completely or just the "controversial" head mod...they opted for the latter. /r/conspiracy is honeypot 100% now.

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Kimball_Kinnison 1 point ago +2 / -1

The timing is certainly suspicious. I think it went something like this. Many Democrats were shocked when Trump won in 2016, and they vowed to do anything they could to stop him. It wasn't getting a "memo," but lots of different people wanted to "stop the new Hitler" and "knew what they had to do." A lot of little nudges and winks were exchanged, between bigwigs in private and between bosses and employees. Places that had any pro-Trump sentiment were targeted. A lot of effort went into suppressing some ideas and pushing approved narratives, including making Biden and Harris look vastly more popular than they really are. Then the DNC "plumbers" did their dirty work.

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Mrexreturns 2 points ago +2 / -0

And the fun part will begin momentaily.

Wait until they declare the Covidian crisis to be "over" and a Black Death strikes during summer.

I bet that they will patent the Reddit IRS framework so Reddit clones are now illegal.

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Dinglebob 2 points ago +2 / -0

That happening is definitely the most damning thing that has happened this year so far. So what Italygate is real/fake? Fuck the admins for even thinking they can censor people like that.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 1 point ago +2 / -1

The admins are shitty, but so is the general public for believing the censors again and again.

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dukey 1 point ago +1 / -0

Correct the record in 2016 publicly admitted they were going to spend MILLIONS to troll reddit and other sites. Astrotufing was so blatant on reddit that shareblue articles would routinely hit the front page. Yet despite all this money being spent all they cared about was a few potential 'Russians' posting links that got little to no upvotes. That tells me reddit had been completely compromised by the democratic party. I think most people would sell out if you paid them enough.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

It happened practically overnight...all of the sudden the entire conspiracy research community was branded as "Russian".

They went in too hard...it caused us all to be immediately skeptical of the muh Russia narrative, and they never forgave those of us who refused to join the propaganda.

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Brendancs0 1 point ago +1 / -0

Reddit is where weak men go to trash talk Their fathers

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UnidentifiedWhiteMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

Love all those comments saying crazy Qanon stuff without elaborating at all.

I guess "qanon" is the label they give to discredit people. It's the new "Conspiracy Theorist" but for people who are into conspiracy theories.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

Love all those comments saying crazy Qanon stuff without elaborating at all.

The weird thing is that I never pushed the Q stuff too. I didn't disavow it or anything and admit I was sympathetic to the movement (exposes child trafficking etc), but literally no one thought I was heavy on Q.

It's the new "Conspiracy Theorist" but for people who are into conspiracy theories.

Yeah I thought it was really strange when pizzagate turned into "Q"...I knew something was up when I saw lots of folks saying the guy who "shot up" Comet Ping Pong was a "Q" supporter (Q hadn't even posted yet)...shows how they try to fuck with the timeline and why it's really important the conspiracy theorists rehash this shit ad nauseum so it's not memoryholed.

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allahead 1 point ago +1 / -0

r/conspiracy is a complete shitshow now. The pilpul droids have come out en masse and are distracting from real discussions as hard as possible. I can't imagine what the banned post list looks like.

Who even are the mods? Who knows they hid the list. Mod log https://moddit.ffff00.news/r/conspiracy is a dead link.

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TeflanDan -1 points ago +1 / -2

tbh that mod was terrible for the sub though. censored any non-pro-trump opinions and banned anyone that questioned the narrative. just a matter of time until he got banned.

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Graphenium 1 point ago +1 / -0

Rofl look at that the shills managed to float here

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TeflanDan 0 points ago +1 / -1

that's a rule 2 violation, lol, thanks for playing

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Graphenium 1 point ago +1 / -0

Don’t you see why it works so well though? You shills can’t help yourselves. Rule 2 was genius.

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TeflanDan 0 points ago +1 / -1

It didn't, though. It just gave the mods a reason to ban anyone who disagreed with their narrative by claiming they were "shills."

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Graphenium 1 point ago +1 / -0

There were a lot of shills like you though

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TeflanDan 0 points ago +1 / -1

There were a lot of people like me who contributed regularly and got caught up in the ban net for not sticking to the narrative. Sad, really. It was a great sub.

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Graphenium 1 point ago +1 / -0

Link to your account where you contributed to much to the sub

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

just a matter of time until he got banned.

You don't remove and ban a head mod of a community because you don't like them.

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TeflanDan 0 points ago +1 / -1

That's not why he was banned. He essentially destroyed that sub in service of his own political views, it was for the best to remove him.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 1 point ago +2 / -1

Hey faggot, that's not a reason for be removed and banned from reddit.

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TeflanDan 1 point ago +1 / -0

What are you, 12?