For the last few days I’ve been reviewing the events that lead up to the banning of r/pizzagate
and noticed a few things that I thought should be shared to generate discussion and critical feedback.
I. The uproar and censorship caused by the revelation of Twittergate was related to the shutdown of the Pizzagate subreddit
After constructing a timeline and taking several factors into consideration, the information we know about the censorship of anti-child trafficking efforts on both Twitter and Reddit suggests possible collusion between the two corporations. We moderators at r/pizzagate
received word that the admins were receiving outside pressure to close us down, and now we know who at least one of those outside sources was: Twitter.
A. Nov 21st
Many people on the_donald are already familiar with the timeline of “Twittergate,” which began on November 21 when Twitter user @0hour began to post the Twitter handles of thousands of accounts sharing child pornography, seeming to be comprised of individuals across the globe. News of the discovery quickly spread to /pol/ and r/pizzagate
where users were investigating similar claims. Rather than dismantle the network though, Twitter banned @0hour and left the outed accounts up:
Other users had picked up the story however, and soon there were hundreds of individuals looking into the discovery. Many of the accounts openly promoted sex with minors, using hashtags such as #legalize14:
*B. Nov 22nd Dorsey’s Twitter goes down amid claims of hacking
Predictably, Twitter’s reaction of banning citizen investigators only served to throw fuel on the fire. A plethora of abuse was directed at Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter and a Director at the Walt Disney Company:
After this abuse had gone on all night and the next day, Dorsey’s Twitter handle @jack suddenly went offline the next day. Users began to speculate about his motives for banning whistleblower accounts, digging up tweets they claimed alluded to dark subjects like spirit cooking such as this one:
Immediately, several news sources issued reports on the suspension, speculating that Dorsey’s Twitter had been hacked.
C. Correlation between @jack suspension and banning of r/pizzagate
The same day of the Jack Dorsey account closure, Reddit admins shut down the r/pizzagate
subreddit where news of the unfolding “Twittergate” had been posted and spread to other parts of both Reddit and the web at large. Interestingly enough, there was a massive spam campaign of threads talking about Richard Spencer on /pol/ which knocked the major pizzagate threads there offline as well.
The reason for the closure was that “personally identifiably information” was being “continually” released even though the admins refused to give specific examples of the supposed infractions.
What was interesting about the pizzagate closure was the rhetoric about “doxxing” and “harassment” being used to justify the censorship on Reddit very closely mirrored early reports of “hacking” and harassment that were thrown about in relation to the @jack suspension. In fact, if you look at the leaked chat log between Reddit CEO Steve Huffman and top mods from Reddit, you can see them using these arguments as an excuse to shut down r/the_donald
False claims of doxxing then refusing to back them up:
False claims of real life harassment from the same mod who refused to back up her “doxxing” claims:
Additional claims of hate spamming, notice how in the second screenshot they mention Twitter:
Some demanded that our godly mods be replaced with others more “responsible,” Huffman promised to chat this week about it and revealed a plan is in the works:
A key part of this “plan” is obviously to compile a list of fake “harassment” to justify a ban. Notice how Huffman asks people to start reporting “leaking.” We’ve seen this in the real world this week when Soros justified dumping more money into stopping Trump by mentioning “hate crimes” which his affiliated groups are actually responsible for:
The false claims of harassment have also appeared hit pieces on pizzagate run by the “reputable” press:
It is very significant that the admins mention that they are cataloguing examples of our “hateful harassment” because this week we discovered that Huffman/spez can edit the posts of others, showing how easy it would be to create a narrative of false “hate” harassment:
The infamous post showing Huffman edited comments on the_donald:
And proof that he was doing it as many as seven years ago:
We also discovered muted usernames on r/pizzagate
had been unmuted early to allow them to continue acting as agent provocateurs by releasing PII:
That same evening, Dorsey’s Twitter came back online around the same time that the mod chat log leaked with a massively reduced follower count. It is not clear whether or not any tweets were removed from the account during the time it was offline:
Twitter responded to queries about the closure with the claim that Dorsey’s Twitter was suspended by accident. Despite the fact that the suspension occurred in the middle of an online frenzy caused by the revelation of pro-pedophile accounts and the banning of whistleblowers who alerted the public. Notice how they brought @jack’s Twitter back online and gave the excuse of an accident after the mod chat log leaked here. Did that leak inadvertently prevent a false flag effort?
The reason that the chat logs have been censored so heavily on Reddit now seems clear: they not only revealed an active plan to either ban the_donald or replace our moderators, they also showed clear parallels between the language being used to justify their actions against us and the rhetoric that was being used to justify shutting down the_donald. With the leak of the chat logs these plans were ruined as we had seen their playbook. Now they’re making efforts to clean the whole thing up in the hopes that no one would put two and two together.
II. Personal incentive Reddit and Twitter corporate figures have to censor Pizzagate
It seems that members of the Reddit and Twitter corporate team have some personal incentive to derail movements getting people interested in topics like pizzagate, spirit cooking and other similar stories which have been growing in popularity since election day.
A. Steve Huffman
Over at Reddit, our beloved spez has been involved with some very odd stuff in addition to allowing certain forums to exist which some might find questionable. First of all, spez is the only moderator at r/cannibals
You can read the rest for yourself. It’s all well documented, the details are not disputed or in question, and it goes to show the collusion between the Twitter CEO and the Reddit CEO to censor pizzagate. And there is ample evidence that Twitter is enabling child trafficking and molestation. Oh, and don’t skip past what you just read. The Reddit CEO (who Donald Trump has demanded resign from his position) is involved in a subreddit called cannibals. No, it’s not a joke. It has now been set to private, and you should ask yourself what kind of subreddit needs to be set to private?
Consider the depths of depravity to which the politicians and heads of corporations have sunk in America. Two hundred years ago the towns would have dragged these bastards out into the town square and hung them for everyone to see, including children, as an example and object lesson of what happens to evil men. I wish we would bring that back, including the civilian posse. I am a strong advocate of public executions.