Just read toot!'s announcement about blocking gab and I fully support it.

What I don't like is the massed amount soap box suzies whining and complaining that what he's doing is "censorship".
Or "If you block this, how long till you block [utterly unrelated thing]?

Fuck you and fuck nazi's. Block their method of communication, give them no safe space, no where to relax, no allies.

Let them live in perpetual fear that they will be found.

Fuck nazi apologists.

Heh, I leave to go for a night out and when I come back some shrieking nazi apologist shitehawks hope I get censored for any old thing as if that would prove they're not nazis.

Go drink liquid shit, you goose stepping cunts.

Fuck nazi's and fuck you for defending them.

@BrokenBiscuit There was a prison system called panopticon.

The point was that every prisoner can be observed and that they don't know whether they're watched.

If you force someone to not communicate in the open, they quickly move to a hidden comms method, that way preventing you from knowing what they are up to. Do like Sun Tzu, observe your enemy.

Also, forbidden knowledge lures quicker than an epileptic whore. Holocaust deniers are that way. Nazis, too.

@BrokenBiscuit it’s pretty nice when they just hang their whole ass out there to get blocked. Them and their whole instance, as far as I’m concerned.

@paeneultima yep. one was exactly all "ehhhhhhhhh you don't like it so you get to decide what's blocked or not?"

YES. I DO. What makes you think I want nazi's up in my shit you shrieking microdicked skidmark?

They make themselves so easy to mute. No subtlety, no prudence or attempt to hide what they are, just "WHITES UBER ALLES!"

*head slams block button*

@BrokenBiscuit my block list is ravenous for delicious instances. It hungers.

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