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mivvan [S] (2 points)

In technical terms It's not possible. Any action you can take as a mod an admin can easily revert.

mivvan [S] (11 points)

They removed me in the first batch without any explanation, not even a single link to what was the allegation. I suspect they were absolutely lying about any violations of the content policy, and deliberately smearing people with such generalized language so the press will think "Oh they must have done something illegal then."

The bad faith is evident in refusing to show any cause for removal (thus every still remaining mod can be removed at any time similarly without cause) and getting involved in "vetting". The second one shows that the removals weren't for any "violations of the content policy" they were done only to provide justification for adding their own moderators to take over T_D completely.

mivvan [S] (3 points)

Bloomberg talking about buying Democrats is the funniest thing in that debate, no contest.

mivvan [S] (3 points)

Did they really try to take it down so soon?

mivvan [S] (57 points)

We got the same type of message given to the criminals engaged in "wrongthink" by upvoting content using the feature provided by Reddit. No link to anything that you did wrong, just a generalized message that you are undesirable and will be removed.

mivvan [S] (7 points)

If anything leaks from Burisma they will just ignore it or claim they were "stolen emails".

mivvan [S] (1 point)

They are everywhere

mivvan [S] (2 points)

Bookmarked the url for great justice

mivvan [S] (2 points)

I'm seeing 54 comments in the counter, but around 10 show up

mivvan [S] (1 point)

What was it?