Update: March 22, 2022
Stating or implying that a 'transgender woman is a biological male' will result in a perm ban from r/conspiracy as it appears the mod team considers this a TOS violation.
Human biology and science is to be classified as 'hate speech'.
It also appears you will be banned for submissions or discussion of
- CIS women that feel disenfranchised by transgender women receiving women's awards or competing in women's sports
The mods will not clarify whether discussing LGBTQ topics results in a ban, but by the evasive nature and continuous gaslighting it seems someone on the mod team does not want civil debate or any discussion on controversial topics.
Instead the mod prefers to run a honeypot permanently banning users that make submissions or discuss topics on a mod's private blacklist.
No matter of compromise would appease the lead mod who appeared to be putting on theater display.
Asking for clarification on blacklisted topics to prevent future misunderstanding and bans for wrongthink received additional evasive responses and gaslighting.
Suggesting mods should be open and honest with users about banned topics makes you a TMOR shill that wants the sub banned.
I did manage to get one honest reply.
Updated PM appeal:
Full PM chain updated:
Seems like there are a lot of old mods here and I remember u/axolotl_peyotl being pushed out under strange circumstance.
Perm banned from r/conspiracy about 4 days ago
I asked why I was perm banned and what specifically in my submission and submission statement was a TOS violation for 'hate speech'.
I was never contacted or sanctioned by Admin.
This was 100% mod action..
To be honest I never anticipated the mod team Orwellian newspeak, mental gymnastics, dodging, projection, and gaslighting. I never once got a clear honest answer to what specifically in my submission or submission statement was a TOS violation.
Presumably if you engage in civil debate on r/conspiracy you will be perm banned if you raise the question of CIS women potentially being disenfranchised by biological men identifying as transgender women in awards and competitions .
The old public modlog is also offline, for how long who knows, but it seems like the mods over there currently in charge have two sets of rules (public, private) and do not like transparency.
A small passage from the pm
I repeatedly stated I was willing to compromise and post within the confines of a sandbox. I just asked what are blacklisted topics or how my submission was in violation something you refuse to respond to. You say use nuance, but then don't define what that means. You can't say follow the rules, when rules are unstated, unspecified, or ambiguous especially with respect to hidden blacklists.
PM chain appeal: LONG
USA (Today) announced their women of the year.
Included in the list was Biden's Ast. Sec HHS Rachel Levine. As more and more awards for women continue to be handed to biological men, you have to wonder at what point women begin to feel disenfranchised by a rigged system.
USA Today column
These constant "Reddit is crap" posts on here come across a bit like hanging out in a gay bar and then complaining that everybody is gay.
Reddit is partially owned by the Chinese government and has been so for many years. Anybody who is still frequenting Reddit is lying to themselves about not being an idiot. If you want to become Globohomo you can just sign up for Netflix and drink Coca-Cola while eating McDonald's all day. You don't have to visit Reddit.
And before you reply, don't reply with any excuses about how "you just have to check there to make sure nothing big dropped" or some other nonsense. There is no excuse. Do you have sites like this, 4 Chan, and many other sites, which are not Globohomo vaccine propaganda, to get info from.
relax it wasn’t that funny lmao
Found the gay bar frequenter
3 days ago called and said nobody cares what you think lmao
by the way 2 days ago you i know clemaneuverers understood the nuance that flew right over your head lmao i like the gay bar accusation from you because you are the only fag here in the conversation lmao what time is it anyway cope seethe or dilate sir? lmao
r/conspiracy was one of the last large subreddits with open discussion that wasn't completely locked down.
Most of the mods here seem to be old r/conspiracy mods. u/axolotl_peyotl, u/doggos, and u/PutinLovesCats look familiar
Maybe r/conspiracy is just a honeypot or area to collect data now. You rarely see current mods sticky posts or engaging in discussion.
Axo was the heart of the r/conspiracy mod team for years. Most stickies, AMAs, Featured Documentaries and round tables were organized by Axo. So here is the place to be, even it it seems a little quiet to someone coming straight from r/conspiracy.
Reading your screen shot really reminded me what a chore Reddit had become. I can't imagine spending so much time and effort trying to skirt round reddit's insane and unreasonable TOS in the hopes they don't ban the subreddit on a whim based on one move in error. fuck that. It's a pretty repulsive mentality TBH - tres Orwelleian.
We have only the meager rules asked by our host to abide by - see the content policy in the side bar. And mods will get rid of shit-posters, spammers and obsessives freaks who frequent this site because they hate it and everyone here, and contribute nothing of value or interest - there's a few of those.
The only saving grace is they only really enforce that bs hard on subs they don't like that are larger. If you have a smaller sub that is not on the hit list for your topic and perform decent modding, you don't hear from them, probably mostly because they do not have resources to micromanage a million subs.
like retconned :)
God! Retconned is such a joke! They claim to 'ban' politics but a lot of things related to it cannot even be reasonably discussed so it resorts to 'I feel that' kind of threads. They DO NOT want genuine discussion unless it agrees to them.
I don't see any political agenda there so I'm not sure what you are on about. Are there retcons that are related to politics?
They are very picky what they allow/don't allow so you cannot say anything beyond 'I feel this'
not seeing the sub rules
/r/conspiracy has always been controlled opposition, imo. It was created by the admins to quarantine 9/11 "conspiracy theories" from the rest of Reddit. While it did have it's time(s) of glory, the admins always kept a close watch/leash (ie. IlluminatedWax, SarahConnor, and a few others - some of which are still in the mod ranks - whom are just alts). I've long said that the sub died with Flytape "rage quitting" and furthermore the infiltartion of the C_S_T team. Flytape was right. There was no more hope for the site/sub. The site/sub chose it's bed to lay in. Axo has always disagreed with me on said things. But hey, I've been saying it all along and look at us now. Aye, Axo ;)
For the record, just so people know because you mentioned it, I was never a mod on /con, but was always highly voted to being one most election cycles. Came close but was always shot down by certain "sleeper mods" who just coincidentally arose from stasis just in time to say "nay". Further, my final ban which led to a perma suspension there was from a 3+ year old comment that stayed visible and broke no rules until years later when it was determined to be "hate speech". That was done by the admins. The mods there, served countless of unwarranted temp bans. Always the same ones: SovereignMan, Creq, UN_13 (who is top mod now).
glad to see you fren, legitimately! hope you're crushing it. you were right about pretty much everything, but I regret nothing. I'm really grateful I got out when I did, fighting a losing battle over there was an unnecessary burden. been spending my energy/efforts elsewhere and feels good. cheers!
You too, mate. Hope all has been well with you and yours.
Everything happens for a reason. I believe you legitimately tried the best you could but just didn't realize how bad things actually were. IDK, maybe you were more hopeful than I was? Anyways, it's neither here nor there now. Times, they are a changing.
100%. When I got my perma suspension, I was pissed and going to try to appeal it to the admins. Then I thought, why? Why bother? That comment was 3+ years old and TMOR had a red rocket out for me. I know I have other comments which are similar. The forces that want me gone are not going to stop at this false report. It'll be another comment. Then another and another and another. Plus, why do I even want to participate on a platform which has devolved into this hellhole? So, I deleted the appeal text and made my peace. Everything happens for a reason and I do not believe my time there was spent in vain.
Glad to hear, and so have I. I've been limiting my time on the internet. IRL is really the place to be.
I got perma suspended for the most mild permaban in internet history. I called someone a fascist for calling someone else a fascist.
I said, "if you call everything fascist it might mean you are the fascist."
Big tech has colluded to start banning opposition by using the the word "harassment." Since "misinformation" wasn't very effective since they kept being wrong. So it made them look bad.
If you argue with anyone and remotely call them a name all the bots will basically report you for bullying.
I didn't bother appealing since the admin give me creepy vibes and I don't want to interact with them.
The whole internet feels like a scummy marketplace you wouldn't dare trust the electronics you buy from without first testing them.
Thanks for the hope. I have been banned the moment I call out on mainstream BS on any forum practically left leaning OR right leaning. Both are shitholes.
It all falls under the ominous and ambiguous 'hate speech' label.
What is 'hate speech'? We don't know but you have committed it!
The label is widely abused to censor, silence, and cancel anyone that has a contrary opinion no matter the topic and is most frequently used by authoritarians and the left on their political opponents.
I don't like you discussing this! I ban you for hate speech! But I don't hate you I simply disagree with you? I ban you for hate speech!
SPLC has been running this con game for decades on the corporate world and has been getting paid for it. Nobody pushed back on the con that includes safe spaces, so it eventually spread everywhere, through universities, schools, media, and the HR ladies in the business world.
Now you have SJW that are never satisfied getting triggered at every end of the spectrum demanding you 'change your behavior' and 'monitor your language' or else you are canceled.
You know it's gone to far when these people demand positions created for equity, inclusivity, and sensitivity oversight to rewrite decades of technical terminology in coding and programming languages because someone might emotionally react.
You are triggered by the term manpage? you want it rewritten to non-gender humanpage? but manpage is short form for manual page. You still want it changed, ok?
lol, you've completely had the wind taken out of your sails having been relegated to "moderating" this racist shit hole. So funny to see your life's work completely destroyed in a single keystroke, shill.
There was another mod that was pushed out before u/axolotl_peyotl
This was between 2016-2020 around the time that Reddit Admin were trying to purge the_donald.
I think it was u/JamesColesPardon ?
He was openly being attacked and targeted by TMOR and other shills even in r/conspiracy.
When that mod got purged I remember saying to myself it's only a matter of time before they come for u/axolotl_peyotl and other independent non-conforming mods who don't tow the line.
What's interesting is once axolotl_peyotl and JamesColesPardon were gone the individual targeting of mods in comments in r/conspiracy seemed to die down and disappear.
I don't think that's a coincidence at all and might signify at that point the sub 100% became controlled by alt accounts of Admin, SPLC, and TMOR. The public modlog is now offline, make of that what you will.
There were a few other points in the history of the sub where there was a shakeup of mods, it's all rather fuzzy at this point with how much time has passed.
James was a part of the C_S_T crew I was talking about. Don't be fooled by the smoke and mirrors James played at. I always thought he was shifty as did a few of us others and made that known. There was TMOR drama with him (and others - I suspect were his alts) because, imo, he was in cahoots with TMOR, as were others. They were infiltrating the mod ranks at lower levels to not give way to the illusion that the top ranks were already admin alts. That is why they went after Axo so hard. They wanted UN_13 at top.
Nothing is what is seems on Reddit. I was actually an outsider who was invited on the /inside by Flytape. However, this was the sole reason, imo, why I was never made a mod there. They gaslit people on the sub via alts/TMOR about me being a mod alt but they knew I wasn't thus why they weren't going to let me in on their mod accounts.
If only people knew.
The funny thing is I used to be so angry at God for not fixing the web but in the grand scheme of shit flying across the globe this is all small flies nobody would even see.
That has been the situation from when they removed axolotl from the mods. It is clearly a honeypot. Nowadays, you can work on your post for hours to get mostly 2 upvotes. Many thinkers and researchers have moved here and in other places, so just forget about Reddit. Chances are that the same people posting there also post in non-propaganda machines like here or other subs, so it will be difficult to miss important information. For example Conspiracy Commons is way better than Conspiracy right now... They have around 100 people online, so that should give you the bigger picture.
Even if if it's a honey pot. It's a honey I'd gladly dig into without fear.
Agreed. However, for newcomers sakes, it doesn’t hurt to have a solid post for them to reference as to why reddit is full of gays. You know how some people are clueless? Well just imagine some one like that and you needing to explain, “hey, even the “women” have dicks there….”
The entire United States is partially owned by the Chinese Government that does not mean they micro manage the day to day operations. It is obvious by their actions, the moderators are all installed by the globalists to protect and promote the lies and propaganda they construct to cover for all the criminal activities they are all involved in.
Ghislaine Maxwell, notorious Epstein island child trafficker, was a Reddit superadmin.
Also Look at the Fox News interview with the loser tranny mod of the antiwork subreddit, thats your basic reddit mod in a nutshell.
The site went down hill after they killed Aaron Schwartz. Now the entire site is run by a small group of mentally ill, morally bankrupt trannys and pedos.
Triggered trannies and the beta brigade
The mods over at /r/moderatepolitics had to ban all transgender discussion because the Reddit admins were threatening to ban the entire subreddit over the issue. Long story short, the Reddit admins told the mods to start deleting "transphobic" comments or else. The mods instead decided to ban all discussion of the topic in order to protect the subreddit. I'm guessing the /r/conspiracy mods might be under similar pressure from higher-up.
Long ago in many technical chat areas and professional forums they would ban politics and religion to prevent arguments.
There is nothing wrong with banning topics in a sub as long as you are open, honest, and public about it while being clear enough that there is no misunderstanding of what is banned discussion.
This permits users to avoid discussion of topics without the risk of facing a ban
What I have a problem with is mods not being open about banned topics, running a private blacklist for wrongthink, permanently banning users without warning then claiming they can't tell you specifically what is the violation. The injury is the ban, the insult is not being honest enough to tell you exactly what the violation was.
Old heads remember when mentioning "correct the record" would get your account nuked. 2016 was the end of reddit.
Where the hell do we regroup? This site is soon going to be overrun with shills
Find the boards hated by MSM the most, that's where we'll be.
MSM doesn't know about the good boards and I'd be incredibly careful of that lucky irish board since the lucky 8 happening.
It already is. Consume Product for example is full of jews and leftists pretending to be Nazis.
Nobody here gives a fuck. Just fugged about Reddit.
I upvoted you, so you know, it remains imperative to carrying out our mission of the truth. That includes the spreading the truth, no matter how many accounts you have to create. No matter, how many times you have to face absolute insanity and the controllers. That's the mission of the conspiracy theorist as well as finding the truth that others cannot see. When the time comes as well, you have to be ready to defend yourself and others of our like, if you can or care to.
Apparently the term groomer is being banned on Reddit now, if that tells you anything...
Even if they aren't compromised the admins have gone the way of the mods. They suspend for basically anything and call it harassment. Reddit will die because of this. It's creepy that these tech companies keep doubling down on stuff that kills their companies. It's like they've been shown something terrible that is gonna happen in the next few years and they need to comply to get a golden ticket.
Was the mod that banned you, u/JU5TIN_HERGINA ?
not possible to tell because the public modlog is not working.
It probably hasn't been working since u/axolotl_peyotl/ was banished for wrongthink.
I updated the main self.text.
I'm guessing he is familiar with this
Yes the mods in conspiracy_commons are infiltrated as well. I was perma banned for posting just a screenshot of the “2014 Odessa Conflicts” because it included text saying it’s goal was eradication of Neo Nazism. It’s been changed to “patriotism” or some shit since then.
Ok so those mods may well be compromised for all I know, in fact I find it likely just because it's reddit. Also reddit interprets it's TOS loosely if they don't like your sub and you can bet reddit does not like r/conspiracy. But reddit is also in a bit of a bind because they can't easily ban all talk of conspiracy which is wide ranging and has been a basic subject topic on the internet since the internet was created. If they banned that sub, there would be and probably already are 100s of replacements. People would just go from the main sub to all those. If reddit tried to ban all those, ti would make a bigger Orwellian looking splash than they'd probably like. Reddit's other solution would be to heavily threaten and/or compromise the existing sub as much as possible . So I would not be surprised if the sub's mods are either shilling for reddit or they are under pressure to be very very strict.
Also from my own experience as a mod, we typically just don't have enough life force to dig through hours of conversation that happened a month ago and explain every nuance of our thought process to you, especially if it was from another mod. It also does happen that other mods make decisions that I would not make. There are a lot of situations that are a grey area on enforcement. It's very hard to find mods that are not giant axxholes but also can tolerate the constant barrage of threats and insults and occasional stalkings that come from being a mod, all while not even getting paid. So I can't really nitpick every decision if I slightly disagree on something or I'd have to do that whole job myself. And I also can't tell you what exact nuance of rules or narrative you could or could not get away in the future across all moderators. We try to have an overall agreement with what is and is not allowed but each one of us has a unique brain that interprets things.
There are even times when I am feeling crabby late at night and am more of an axxhole and then in the morning I think about how I should have handled something better. There are also LOTS AND LOTS of times when I try to be really patient explaining things to complaining people only to eventually get shxt on and insulted and threatened anyway if they don't get or hear what they want. This is why experienced mods typically won't give you a long conversation, the decision is done, we are not going to risk a fight with other mods over a nuance and we know from experience that 9 out of 10 times, the person will just curse us in the end anyway, even if we spend 2 hours of our unpaid time trying to address their issue.
Certainly it's not a perfect system and I apologize to the universe for any wrong decisions I have made and toes i have stepped on over the years as mod but the reality is that these days a much larger percentage of users are somewhere between difficult to deal with and bat shxt freaking insane and there is just a limit as to how much time a mod has to spend on one person's complaint when there are 20 other issues a day that also need to be dealt with. So maybe think about a bit of compassion for mods too.
Thanks for taking time to write out a detailed response and I agree with a lot of your post.
There are various motives for modding and not everyone is a paid public relations consultant, marketing consultant, political operative, government employee, SEO, or power tripping sociopath looking out for their own interests or interests of their clients and allies.
There are in fact volunteers that have altruistic motives in online discussion forums, but those people largely are being pushed out by the former group. Moderation can be a thankless job for those that have good intentions. Not many recognize that.
What I generally don't appreciate are people that frequently gaslight, lie, project, dodge, shift blame, and are generally evasive while abusing their position of authority that insult my intelligence.
Most mods do not apologize even when they make mistakes. A lot of narcissists are drawn to positions of power and crave it.
i discovered mods could go back and change their private messages to you...the ultimate gaslighting. What's with the 50 % drop in r conspiracy traffic in the last week as well. reallocating resources for ukraine ?
LOLOLOLOLOL all of reddit is 100% compromised who could possibly be surprised by this
We've been saying this for greater than 5 yrs
I left reddit and never turned back. I have to wonder why you handshakes continue to come to this nice place we've made here and FUCK IT UP WITH YOUR REDDIT DRAMA?
Why not just go back to reddit and fight the mods. You could even be honest with them and tell them exactly what and how they did wrong. THen they will deplatform you like the stupid unprincipled dishonest cowardly children the /r/conspiracy mods actually are
Then you'll come back to us but we have one new rule. No more whining about reddit. WE empathize. It happened to us. WE get it. But seriously bro and brosilla, move on.
We're looking at the present and the future, not the past. Past is for losers.
This will further push the internet to the two extremes camp and leave out rational discussion as the angry people will flood what fewer channels there are (if any).
I'm a bit late, but I know, I respect a few of the remainders I respect. I will not name their names, because, I'd like to be a participant on that board and them as well.
I actually had continued pm with the 'mods' over there which was likely just one head mod engaging in theater. Maybe I'll update the screenshot
Whomever is in charge over there appears to be compromised and probably controls the mod team. That's my take at least.
I have never seen such gaslighting and evasion over and over and over again. I was honest in my interaction, but not whomever was responding.
The mod claimed I violated TOS but would not state what was wrong with the submission or submission statement and repeatedly claimed I was trying to get the sub banned for simply asking what exactly was wrong in the submission or submission statement to justify the perm ban.
Asking for clarification results in more evasion, doublespeak, blame shifting and even more gaslighting.
Apparently the mods over there now operate on running private blacklists and banning for wrongthink. Any suggestion that the mods should ban topics publicly to allow users to post within open rules apparently makes you the equivalent of a TMOR shill that wants the sub to be banned.
It's completely backwards nonsense and suggests that mod team has been compromised.
The mod muted me for 28 days then finally implied that saying "biological male is a transgender woman" equals a TOS violation. By the mod replying it unintentionally lifted the 28 day mute.
I replied previously saying I was willing to post within a sandbox if I knew what were blacklisted topics to prevent any future misunderstanding.
With clarification I stated that while I disagree on human biology and scientific principle that it is a TOS violation, I can respect the mod request not to state "biological male is a transgender woman" if it prevents harm to the sub and to prevent any future misunderstanding
I then asked if discussion on all controversial LGBTQ topics were banned? no answer
If they were permitted then without stating that biological men are transgender women, can we discuss CIS women that may feel disenfranchised by transgender women in awards competitions or in women's sports. Again no answer.
My questions were intended to seek clarification so that I knew what the boundaries were for discussion.
I received another evasive response dodging questions.
If they had simply replied discussion on LGBTQ topics were banned then it's end of discussion, there is compromise and the rules are clear.
That's apparently too much to ask as I was muted again for 28 days while the mod gaslit me again.
Quite honestly someone over there has an agenda and it does not appear possible to appease whomever is in charge over there because they are probably already compromised.
If you know how China works internally they CANNOT go against their CCP leaders OR they will find themselves donating body parts in the name of science. Plus their associates will be threatened too. In China YOU OWN NOTHING!!!!!! PERIOD!!!!!!! I CANNOT express it enough!!!!
Why are trannies so powerful?
I read through the short update. I don't see anything there that indicates the mods there are compromised.
That does not mean that they aren't, just that I don't see banning your account as a sign of it.
Play by our rules! What are the rules? We can't tell you, play by our rules!
If you read the full pm chain it's pretty easy to see the constant evasion and gaslighting by the head mod who wanted me to acknowledge a TOS violation without actually specifying what the mod decided was in violation. This was to prevent discussion of the ban decision.
There are two objectives when banning users
He/she kept dancing around the primary question "what exactly was infringing" and was using doublespeak going so far as to claim I was unwilling to compromise when I repeatedly stated I was.
When asked "what in the submission or submission statement is a TOS violation"
The mod would ignore the question or repeatedly claimed they do not not determine TOS violations, yet...
Knowing this course of action a mod should have been able to state when first asked what exactly in the submission or comment that caused them to hit the ban button.
I further asked for a list of banned topics so I would not violate their rules. I also listed what some might perceive as controversial topics and asked if they were permitted to prevent any future misunderstanding.
MOD Response: paraphrased (stated/unstated)
Suggesting that banned topics be listed publicly is again too much to ask because letting your users know what is off limits is apparently 'threatening the sub'. The thought process and responses I was receiving were evasive and total nonsense.
How exactly can a mod expect a user to agree not to post content or comments that infringes upon 'their rules' when they are not open about what topics are taboo?
They were not willing to communicate banned topics.
Toward the end of this discussion after muting, a mod slipped and gave one honest reply in a single sentence.
The mods (and possibly admin) interpret any submission or comment stating or implying that a 'biological male is a transgender woman' to be a TOS violation.
Saying or implying that a 'biological male is a transgender woman' is a scientific fact per human biology and not hate speech, misinformation, or disinformation. It's indisputable . Men have XY genetic chromosome pairings in their DNA as well as certain physical characteristics.
I said while I disagree that saying this is a TOS violation I repeatedly stated I was willing to compromise and not state a 'biological male is a transgender woman' in r/conspiracy to prevent any harm to the sub and prevent future misunderstandings or bans.
That should have been the end of it with the mod overturning the ban.
But that is not good enough, because one or more mods over there apparently prefer to cancel people for wrongthink who might share different opinions on topics on a personal level, despite communicating they are willing to play by rules that are open and publicly stated.
The mod team over there prefers running private blacklists for wrongthink and perm banning users for violating private rules.
Do you start to see the issue here?
The very first message from the mods to you showed you the post you were banned for and their second explained in detail exactly why. You have done nothing but harm their community and you are still doing so. You should be banned from there.
This is incorrect.
It wasn't until four days and nearly 14 messages later that a mod specified saying a 'transgender woman is a biological male' was the reason for the ban.
Up until that point all I received was evasion, mental gymnastics, blame shifting, dodging, projection, and gaslighting from the mod.
Claiming to have permanently banned a user because similar posts were deemed a TOS violation is an ambiguous dodge that does nothing to explain the exact infringement by the user.
Let's assume you were the mod.
In my case it was the equivalent of blaming the victim for saying the sky is blue which is a factual statement and then refusing to acknowledge you banned the user for saying the sky is blue, but ambiguously telling the user that their submission was a TOS violation and linking to 'hate speech'. Saying 'the sky is blue' is hate speech? Are we also banning people for saying the earth is round?
Meanwhile you ignore that the person was willing to compromise and you again refuse to tell them exactly what offended you so there will be no future misunderstanding.
Again the admin didn't ban me or contact me. It was a mod.
Say you post a picture of Joe Biden being incompetent then write a submission statement saying some people might think Joe is incompetent, old, and looks to be losing his mind. I'm a mod, and I perm ban you claiming it's a TOS violation because I say similar posts were banned. You ask what exactly was wrong with the submission. I repeat stating it's a TOS violation and link to some ambiguous text claiming 'hate speech'. That doesn't tell you what was wrong with the submission or submission statement and attempts to pass the blame to Admin without explaining the infringement.
I've done nothing to harm r/conspiracy, if anything they've harmed their own community by not being open about banned topics while running private blacklists and banning people for wrongthink
This is nonsense. The mods wanted me to make a false admission stating that I committed a TOS violation. I disagreed.
I did however say I was willing to compromise if they explained what was the violation.
I gave the mods every opportunity to list the ban justification, and asked for a list of banned topics so I could compromise and follow their rules. They refused. The mods also rebuffed any suggestion that they should be open with the list of banned topics instead of running a honeypot and banning users for violating topics on private blacklists.
If the mods had not perm banned me for making a factual scientific statement while raising the question if CIS women felt disenfranchised about transgender women receiving women's awards we would not be at this juncture. This topic is not going away.
Similarly had a mod not played games and accepted that I was attempting to compromise and had been honest, I might not have typed this self.text to warn others about the duplicity taking place.
I really don't understand why you don't understand. The very first message from the mods to you:
TOS are you trying to get this subreddit banned by submitting content that will induce TOS violations? [Link to your woman_of_the_year post]
How is it that I can immediately know what you did wrong and you claim you can't?
The second message from them went into detail about you baiting users in a way that risks the existence of the sub. It's concise and clear.
Your absurd responses about being confused and biological men just take their time and wear them down. Then you go around the Internet to say mods are compromised. It seems to me like you're just out to get them.
I'm getting the distinct feeling you're an alt account for a mod.
I am not a mind reader, I also did not click the perm ban button. I asked multiple times for clarification on what the mod deemed to be a TOS violation in the submission or submission statement.
Apparently you are free to discuss and criticize pedophiles in r/conspiracy,.
You are free to discuss and criticize killers, thieves, mass murders and so on.
On the other hand if you post a picture of Biden Assistant HHS secretary Rachel Levine winning USA Today 'women of the year' award and in the submission statement politely raise the question asking if CIS women feel disenfranchised by biological males identifying as transgender women when permitted to compete in awards and sports competitions, then that is a bridge too far.
What is the TOS violation?
Simply responding your submission is a TOS violation does not show the thought process behind the ban.
I wasn't the only person banned either apparently. I mentioned this in the pm chain. A different user was seemingly banned for a similar post a day after me, which was on the front page discussing both Lia Thomas and Rachel Levine. That user was nowhere near as polite or 'nuanced'. The self.text was removed by mods
That user posted a follow-up the next day after being perm banned.
now back to your comments
If the mods have a private list of banned topics and they do not want users to discuss them, then they probably should tell the users what they consider wrongthink instead of running private blacklists and then perm banning users.
I did nothing to bait users. The submission statement was polite which I copied in the first reply as well as in the self.text.
If they have problems with LGBTQ topics then it's something they should say publicly instead of permanently banning people with no warning.
Way to blame the victim.
I didn't hit a perm ban button for wrongthink and then play evasive word games for the better part of four days while trying to get a false admission.
I said I was willing to compromise, I just asked for the list of banned topics to prevent any future misunderstanding. They refused. How exactly is a user supposed to comply and 'follow the rules' when the rules are ambiguous, private, unstated, and hidden?
Promoting Hate Based on Identity or Vulnerability https://www.reddithelp.com/hc/en-us/articles/360045715951
I'm guessing you would similarly ban South Park and all comedians whom you personally disagree with.
Stating that a 'transgender woman is a biological male' is not promoting hate or inciting violence.
It's a biological fact.
Biological males have XY chromosomes in their DNA and are born with male physical characteristics. You can't simply wish this away even if you call yourself a woman.
Posting a picture of Biden Assistant HHS secretary Rachel Levine winning USA Today 'women of the year' award and in the submission statement politely raising the question asking if CIS women feel disenfranchised by biological males identifying as transgender women when permitted to compete in awards and sports competitions is also not promoting hate or inciting violence.
The argument is based on human biology.
What is the TOS violation?
None of these topics or questions are 'hate speech' or inciting violence.
You can identify as a potato, it doesn't mean I hate you or wish death upon you. I might also find it ridiculous if you a identify as piece of carry on luggage to avoid paying full price airfare, it doesn't mean I hate you or wish death upon you.
Simply responding that a submission is a TOS violation does not show the thought process behind the ban.
^^^^ username checks out. ^^^^^^
The whole internet is going to end up like Russia in 1917 soon.
And I meant a few brave warriors fight back but everyone just rolled over and died.
The only hope is when people said enough is ENOUGH and take ICANN back from the United Nations and CERN.
Most of the mods on here are compromised. You get banned for just mentioning jews.