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free-will-of-choice 9 points ago +10 / -1

Social credit. They've conditioned us from religions over democracy to up/down voting to consent to ignore free will of choice for balance of self in exchange for judging others within the conflict of reason (truth vs false).

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PublicWifi 8 points ago +8 / -0

To some degree, this is a joke to me. Mods of subs have been paid, influenced, and bribed for years. This has been proven time and time again. This is not up for debate.

Now the introduction of an overt pay system? Ha.

Centralized platforms are the problem.

The internet 'mob' if you will, is so easily manipulated, that dead-ass memes are still quoted. Things that were of no value or humor. F in chat for the NPC's, if you will. People are easily manipulated. All the more so - the younger folk. They froth at the mouth simply for a chance to be relevant and quote something absolutely meaningless -- to feel meaningful. Reddit is nothing more than an echo chamber.

Imgur is the perfect example. Posts used to get 200K+ views. Now they're lucky to get 10k. The liberal psychosis runs strong there. They feast upon their own ideas, ideologies, and general 'comfort food.' New ideas are met with downvotes. Objection is viewed as terrorism. They scream non-stop but to no one, other than like minded individuals.

The same people that used to cry about sheeple have become sheeple. They have consumed themselves in never ending pits of rhetoric, false information, hype, deceit, and propaganda.

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shadeLM 1 point ago +1 / -0

F for the future NPCs/Hylics of reddit. Could've worked for the CIA and been a real influencer instead with a better payroll 🙄

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nc777 1 point ago +1 / -0

Exactly.
Slow rollout.
Then have a blockchain ID tied to biometrics,
UBI, Social Credit deposited in your acct determined by the sites you visit, your comment "impact" scores.

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alltheleavesarebrown 4 points ago +4 / -0

going to watch 15 million merits again, black mirror s01 e02

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shadeLM 4 points ago +4 / -0

A combination of that episode, and the red head who lived in the world where everyone was rated upon every interaction they had with literally anything. She wound up being banned from travel and was detained after having emotional outbursts from one too many bad ratings on her character, was a very sad episode imo. Too relatable.

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alltheleavesarebrown 2 points ago +2 / -0

The guy who made that series. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Brooker

The gal who turned me onto that series. Fond memories. She even might have been a part time spy. But she had good taste in tv and men. 😁

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KekistanPM 3 points ago +3 / -0

That was the most troubling series I've ever watched because it raised my awareness of the world around me.

A lot of the content in Black Mirror is happening for real at lesser levels of technology; and if the technology were there, there are people in power who would not hesitate to use it with levels of brutality even worse than in the series.

And if mankind ever succeeds in cloning the virtual torture simulator from Altered Carbon, I sure as hell would never want to cross paths with any authoritarian.

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alltheleavesarebrown 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fortune 500 has been having virtual hologram meetings for at least 7 or 8 years.

Be careful what you are fearful of and write about, as the power of the word can have unintended consequences.

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HKgoneWild 4 points ago +4 / -0

Chinese 10 cent army, meet reddit 2 bit squad. Aren't most reddit communities modded by a handful of the same group of people?

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DZP1 4 points ago +4 / -0

As an example, Quora paid its users to contribute posts. The quality plummeted as sharks automated their postings of garbage to the site.

Reddit SJW mods will insanely try to police users into being good little subjects. This does not bode well.

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dukey 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've given up reddit. It's just turned into a echo chamber for msm.

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shadeLM 3 points ago +3 / -0

Recruiting propaganda machines for the highest bidders. Gonna be worse of an echo chamber, will literally just be the mods spewing the narrative and the bots enforcing it with no room for conversations outside of said narrative because it wouldn't make money. Like how you gonna rig the system and infiltrate reddit with bots, then tell the mods "we'll pay you if our bots like what you have to say" like LOL kinda dumb shit is this.

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Junionthepipeline 1 point ago +1 / -0

Reddit can finally collapse then.f the ccp.

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Ep0ch 2 points ago +2 / -0

Fake and gay. When does free speech cost. When it's an advertisement. It is no longer free speech, it is rigged advertising. Now the platform is unconstitutional. It is sooner broadcasting. By broadcasting it has rigged it content into propaganda instead of upholding the constitution and even democracy.

In terms of reddit its mods are cancer. They are bias and prejudice, most are illiterate and stupid. Most troll their own subs because they can. They prevent any objection to their content. Reddit has become a communist echo chamber. It gets much worse when what is said and no laws have been broken is removed for simple objection and debate ti the content presented. The mods employ bots and also bulk up vote and down vote rigging the volume.