This shit came up today, it’s from days or even weeks ago and it somehow triggered Twitter for being “hateful” and “offensive”…
I’m just not quite sure who I triggered with this tweet lol. Some gays who don’t have a concept of sarcasm paired with universal truth or the most protected group in the world, the muslims, who throw gays off roofs. Coz saying that gays don’t want to be thrown off roofs by the followers of religion of peace is somehow highly offensive. To someone. Mostly to muslims who throw gays off roofs apparently XD What a joke lol
Now I’m just waiting to see whose side Twitter is going to take with my appeal. The gays or the muslims. Should be interesting to see who becomes a winner of this year’s Oppression Olympics…
Apparently, Twitter decided to side with the muslims lol, because they decided to keep my account locked despite sending an appeal and educating them about context, sarcasm and irony. Good to know who you protect Twitter. Right, I forgot Saudis own the Twitter now. Stupid me.
Wrote to Twitter support twice and they keep on responding with dumb retarded canned responses that I’ll have to wait the allotted time (what fucking allotted time, you don’t even say how long the ban will last you dumb fucks) because I violated their ToS (HOW!?) and they refuse to understand the fucking context of it. Also, they again want my phone number to “verify” my account. Why the fuck I have e-mail for? Use this shit you phone number harvesting hacks. Jesus fucking christ.
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On Thu, Jul 26, 2018 at 2:06 PM, RejZoR’s Flock of Sheep wrote:
> RejZoR posted: “This shit came up today, it’s from days or even weeks ago > and it somehow triggered Twitter for being “hateful” and “offensive”… I’m > just not quite sure who I triggered with this tweet lol. Some gays who > don’t have a concept of sarcasm paired with uni” >
Most Muslims are Indonesians and I don’t remember people complaining about them. But yes let’s pretend that someone as invisible as the conveniently ignored 4th largest country is the most protected people of all time – a universal truism indeed. Lol if someone who has a niche blog complains about social media putting people into politically correct bubbles while at the same time (also ironically) complaining about its oppression Olympics, I implore you to find out about the recent more violent past on witch lynching and even colonial revolt suppression.
Congrats, the internet ,which because of it’s accessibility is inherently noisy, has less noise now.
Yet the saga goes on, let’s pretend gab is a free speech platform just because it’s marketed as such even though in today’s politics, it’s hip and essentially the most juicy bait to say your product is for free speech when basically every illegal pirate sites and archive sites of actual hate groups have a longer lifespan than any of them. I guess Bryan Caplan was right about “the main way firms obtain and hold monopoly on the free market is reliably giving consumers great deals – is almost conventional wisdom” and Twitter is actually a good platform and although it’s not a monopoly, the analogy still stands.
Lol just another cog of the oppression Olympics not realizing he’s part of the seemingly endless victimhood complex chain. But I should’ve known – basic rule of systemantics – the system itself does not actually do what it says it is doing [The Operational Fallacy]. Gab – Free speech platform (probably not), Pirate sites – doesn’t market itself as such (is) – same analogy for this blog.