Society/Culture Silver tape, not red tape, is a threat to democracy

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Culturally Marxist soy infused super soldiers have unleashed a wave of silver tapings on conservatives' mouths. You will hear the faint sounds of their oppressed voices on social media, the news, their websites, on speaking tours, at rallies and in Presidential tweets.















 

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Culturally Marxist soy infused super soldiers have unleashed a wave of silver tapings on conservatives' mouths. You will hear the faint sounds of their oppressed voices on social media, the news, their websites, on speaking tours, at rallies and in Presidential tweets.















And the Australian PM is sacking / asking
to retire, all ministers who made Liberal endorsed statements last year, that are suddenly not Liberal endorsed statements this year. Somehow this coincides with a certain terrorist incident that occurred in Christchurch.

Here’s a question for Scott Morrison, should those lefty universities invite Fraser Anning or these former Liberal candidates along to present their viewpoints? As per his viewpoint circa 2018?
 

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Culturally Marxist soy infused super soldiers have unleashed a wave of silver tapings on conservatives' mouths. You will hear the faint sounds of their oppressed voices on social media, the news, their websites, on speaking tours, at rallies and in Presidential tweets.
I can see you as the type of guy who gets excited about binding the mouth with gaffa tape
 

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Aren’t there already a few threads on these guys? How many of them do you need?

Don’t worry, they’re being demonetised and deplatformed, so you won. Do a victory lap, no more silly conspiracy theories on social media ... oh except those about Russia interfering with the US elections and how Murdoch is singlehandedly destroying the world. Those ones are good and true.
 
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Aren’t there already a few threads on these guys? How many of them do you need?

Don’t worry, they’re being demonetised and deplatformed, so you won. Do a victory lap, no more silly conspiracy theories on social media ... oh except those about Russia interfering with the US elections and how Murdoch is singlehandedly destroying the world. Those ones are good and true.
Russia didn’t interfere with the US elections?
 

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Those evil Facebook ads worth $100k were something like 0.0000025% of Facebook's advertised content lol.

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Mr Herc. Do you hold this view after your own research?
Or is this your view based on information you've received?
 

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You have more of an issue with drag queens reading books to children, than you do with Russia attempting to influence elections...
Why?
If you knew the kind of statecraft China engages in the Russia hysteria might be dulled in your mind. The Chinese state actively tries to influence the political opinions of their diaspora in Australia.

States act as states do. The Soviet Union interfered a lot more in US democracy. Russia has not changed the results of any election. Nonsense to think otherwise.

As for drag queens, there is an entire other thread for you to discuss that.
 

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If you knew the kind of statecraft China engages in the Russia hysteria might be dulled in your mind. The Chinese state actively tries to influence the political opinions of their diaspora in Australia.

States act as states do. The Soviet Union interfered a lot more in US democracy. Russia has not changed the results of any election. Nonsense to think otherwise.
So... You agree that Russia did attempt to influence the US election in 2016?
As for drag queens, there is an entire other thread for you to discuss that.
At this hour?
 

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Because after three years of hysteria about it no one has uncovered anything substantial.
I mean I don’t know there isn’t a teapot flying around the sun, but until someone discovers something I have to assume there might not be.
Other than the findings that Russia did attempt to influence the US election.


Russia's goal was to create doubt of the US democratic system.

Can you point to a period in your lifetime where there has been more doubt than now?

Russia's goal was to create division and disunity.

Can you point to a period in your lifetime where it's been worse than now?
 

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That is funny, from both perspectives, that it costs X amount of money to win an election (by spreading propaganda), and that the “other guys” can do the same thing (spread propaganda). Demonstrates the system is rooted.
Where is it illegal for residents to do it?
What do you think the reception would be if they found out that their entire internet history was used to apply very specific propaganda, to control their voting status?
 

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Other than the findings that Russia did attempt to influence the US election.
Not to any substantial degree.

Russia's goal was to create doubt of the US democratic system.

Can you point to a period in your lifetime where there has been more doubt than now?

Russia's goal was to create division and disunity.

Can you point to a period in your lifetime where it's been worse than now?
This is very, very bad logic.
 
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