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posted ago by NavyGuy (edited)

Well... I got permanently banned today for simply posting links to r/politics. But I rarely went there. Now the choice is easy. Fuck reddit!

They're now suspending accounts on the basis of "ban evasion". Requires no proof and their is no way to appeal it. All for the crime of posting this in r/politics https://thefederalist.com/2019/11/26/how-the-medias-impeachment-push-harms-democrats/

The ban evasion is a pretty dirty tactic. I never had another account. I always knew I'd eventually get a permanent from r/politics for wrongthink... but a complete account suspension from reddit? Thanks for making my choice easy. Fuck reddit!

Before they would normally give me a 24 hour ban. Since the release of .win they are really ramping up the censorship. I think it will get much worse the closer we get to election day and on all platforms... I'm not one for big government solving problems, but, it would be a nice slap in the face to these chicom fucks if they made them responsible for their actions legally.

Well... I got permanently banned today for simply posting links to r/politics. But I rarely went there. Now the choice is easy. Fuck reddit! They're now suspending accounts on the basis of "ban evasion". Requires no proof and their is no way to appeal it. All for the crime of posting this in r/politics https://thefederalist.com/2019/11/26/how-the-medias-impeachment-push-harms-democrats/ The ban evasion is a pretty dirty tactic. I never had another account. I always knew I'd eventually get a permanent from r/politics for wrongthink... but a complete account suspension from reddit? Thanks for making my choice easy. Fuck reddit! Before they would normally give me a 24 hour ban. Since the release of .win they are really ramping up the censorship. I think it will get much worse the closer we get to election day and on all platforms... I'm not one for big government solving problems, but, it would be a nice slap in the face to these chicom fucks if they made them responsible for their actions legally.
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PawelKozak 10 points ago

too bad for them