/r/Christianity mod drama wave continues as the protestant schism widens.
First SRD post for context. A mod was removed for reasons explained in this post.
Since then the removed mod was banned. Two other mods (at least) have been demodded and banned as well. Approximately a dozen other users have also been banned for disagreeing with outsider's actions. Most if not all of these ban notes all just list the ban reason as "Terrible Person"
Now to the links. They are mostly coming from /sub/christianitymeta. The meta sub outsider set up after a prior drama wave as a way to funnel and address complaints. He rage quit that sub years ago, but is now back.
Banning somebody unfairly and refusing to use the process to ban people he forced other mods to use
There is so much more of it all throughout, I will happily edit in links people send me.
Edit: Screenshot where he says he will open up the modsub so all can see how terrible his comods are. It has yet to happen
Edit 2: Newest mod gets added without being asked and another new mod is a new account
I always love when people decide that they should die on the hill of "We should kill all people who live in a lifestyle I dont like and also ignore the entire content the sub is based on".
Jesus "Dont fucking kill people" /Outsider "Lol no"
Not sure how up to date it is tho
Dude has been more active as a mod the last 24 hours than like the last 7 years combined
Dude is like a little tiny Donald Trump lol
I fully expect the sub to look a lot like TrueChristian or the RadTrad sub when he's done
Outsider has modded what appears to be a sockpuppet account here EDIT confirmed not a sock, apparently it is a user who has been on the sub under several usernames and is active in the IRC, but no one will say who it actually is
The short version is: some Christians want to exterminate all gay people, some Christians are decent human beings, and some Christians don't want to kill any gay people themselves, but feel it's very very important to give a platform to those who do.
Outsider, the head mod of /sub/christianity, claims to be firmly in the camp of "I don't want to kill gay people, but we should listen to anyone saying we should and you're guilty of personal attacks if you call that genocide". Most people aren't idiots and think he just wants to murder gay people, but that's tangential. Every now and then some of the junior mods of /sub/christianity get uncomfortable with how welcoming outsider is of genocide advocates and suggest "maybe we should remove content literally calling for murder?", to which outsider always responds with "lol no enjoy ur ban".
This has happened periodically for years. It happened again a couple days ago. I guess Outsider was having a bad day when the criticism started (maybe he had to stand next to a gay person on the subway or something), because he's progressively lost more and more of his shit over it. Lots of moderators of /sub/christianity being banned, lots of "stop disagreeing with me that's harassment", and he's popped into the occasional SRD thread to whine that everything going wrong is other people's fault.
Guess that wasn't very short. Hope it helped though!
Did anyone see the prayer request for the /sub/christianity subreddit as a whole? Oh the holy shade
We need to maintain high levels of credibility. That's the whole point of /sub/conspiracy.
Should we tell him, guys?
Beyoncé Caught Shapeshifting In Front Of Celebs At Serena Williams’ Wedding
That's one of the headlines from that site. But... But... in their defense, I've never seen them together at the same time so I can't say it's not true. I mean have you personally ever seen them together?
"I'm just asking questions."
Even CNN (an outlet which threatened to doxx users over their political views) is not banned and is allowed to be posted via archive links.
Holy rewritten history, Batman!
Beyoncé attended the Beauty and the Beast-themed nuptials of tennis icon Williams’ and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian in New Orleans, and a security guard explains he initially thought “Beyonce’s horror show” was “some kind of high-end gimmick she was pulling out her ass to entertain her fellow celebs.”
“I thought she was riffing on some kind of Beauty and the Beast thing. You know, going from her usual pretty self to the most horrific looking short, pudgy creature covered in scales and greasy feathers and shit.”
But then the security guard realized Beyoncé was engaged in a bout of shapeshifting. The transitions between human and reptilian form seemed to be out of her control.
“She was panicking as everybody started looking at her. It became clear it wasn’t some kind of avant-garde performance. She was under five foot tall, pudgy, covered in greasy feathers and scales.“
“She gave off a real mean demeanor, like she’d tear your flesh, rip your face off if you gave her half a chance. Some people were gasping and horrified, others tried to cover for her, creating distractions and stuff.“
Claiming the experience was “no big deal” because he “meets reptilians all the time in my line of work“, the security guard-to-the-stars explained that “Beyoncé was one of the not-so-nice ones. Cold and calculating. A real bitch of a reptile.”
lmao this is some rule34 shit
self-identification is not a scientifically valid criteria for classification
Why even the fuck do you need something to be "scientifically valid"? Can't you just call someone what they want to be called? Why is that so hard for some people?
I’ll refer to someone as the gender they appear to be, if they tell me they’d like to be called something different I’ll use that gender/title/ whatever. Nothing wrong with that right? I still don’t know the etiquette...
“Hi, I’m Joe.”
“Do you have science to back up this claim?”
“That’s what I fucking thought, Steve!””
To make himself believe that he's being objective. Of course, they disagree with every major western psychological association when it comes to the subject, so there's no actual desire to be scientific.
So from what I understand, the alleged cyber-bullying is someone posting a link to already published material and others giving their personal opinion on it. Or did I miss something?
But.. You have already linked her website that has her twitter and facebook linked to it?
i don't dig but i would dig your daughter's colon. in my country the age of consent is 16 too so don't try it lad
Uh can we talk about how this mod thought threatening to rape a kid was an appropiate response
I dont know about you guys, but this whole situation kinda unsettles me a bit.
r/HoldMyFries has a moment of self-reflection when a front page post consists entirely of an overweight woman taking a mirror selfie. And some users don't like what they see.
Some users treated the post like any other, while others took umbrage, claiming it's not in the spirit of the sub since all she's doing is taking a selfie and calling herself cute. This is where the drama happens.
Most Self-Reflective Comments (also Most Drama):
it's good to mock/shame substance abusers.
In what way is this a good thing?
You can love yourself without abusing your body.
You can hate yourself without abusing others.
I loved this exchange, and my favorite part is that the person had nothing good to say in response except to call them a "white knight." Because they know it's true.
I feel like this sub is starting to become another FPH.
Wow. They're inching ever closer to self-awareness.
they lie to themselves into thinking they're helping the people they hate
After the CDC gets a list of words it's not allowed to use in reports (diversity, transgender, fetus, science-based, etc.), some users in r/conspiracy argue why it's a good thing.
The original post is an article from the Washington Post, titled "1984: The Trump Administration has banned the CDC from using the terms "vulnerable," "entitlemen...
All except one reply are positive, so I'd recommend reading all of them (including "Proove to me that surgury works").
Responses to top comment (all negative):
In response to a European user saying that Trump has "created a siege mentality for his supporters", one user argues that "There is little to no difference on either side when describing the other as some horrible adjec..., goes on to claim that investigating Russian collusion, not the collusion itself, is illegal.
If it's evidence based or science based it would be self-evident.
Oh... oh dear. :|
Wait I thought it was the neoliberal Clintonites who would usher in an Orwellian future?
This is political, which should be (again) self-evident, since it's from WaPo.
Yeah. The Trump administration was just making a straightforward attempt to ban certain speech by government agencies. Why did WaPo have to go and make that political?
It’s like they’re not aware that, “evidence-based”, refers to a particular movement beginning in the late 80’s about how clinical practices are recommended and how guidelines are written.
Source: a guy on 4chan. Really.
Sell a subreddit for over 2 million dollars?
Bitch, I'd do it too.
Hey Soros if you're listening I will happily sell you /sub/subredditdrama for 2 million dollars. I've totally got the keys
I really don't understand people like him. His source is a fucking 4chan post.
Also, think about it... why in the world would someone want to buy /sub/politics? It's not like its already a heavily liberal sub.
After three black students from Oberlin shoplifted and allegedly assaulted the owner of a local bakery, the university demands the owner notifies them whenever first-time shoplifters from the school rob him instead of the police. Some redditors have a problem with this
The story: "Racial dispute at beloved bakery roils liberal college town"
The dispute, which began in November 2016 with the arrest of three black Oberlin students who tried stealing wine from Gibson’s, is now a lawsuit in which the exasperated bakery owners accuse the college and a top dean of slandering Gibson’s as a “racist establishment” and taking steps to destroy the family’s livelihood.
Today, the lawsuit says, college tour guides continue to inform prospective students that Gibson's is racist.
The Drama:Is it normal that local shops go to the local university before the cops when dealing with 19-year-old robbers? Maybe not, but we have some unrelated anecdotes!
So they go to commit a crime, and upset they get caught, so they thing screaming racism will make it better... ugh.
So when Vietnamese copy French cuisine, that's okay. Japanese wearing Western business suits and copying Western industrial techniques, that's okay. American Indians taking horses and horse-riding from the Spanish, that's okay. (Not to mention antibiotics and electronics.) But if you're white and you eat a sushi roll, that's cultural appropriation and you're literally worse than Hitler.
Damn, that explains why I was immediately arrested after eating my Thai curry dish this weekend
So when Vietnamese copy French cuisine, that's okay.
Hmm... I wonder why Vietnam would have French cultural influences. That's strange.
In trying to make his point he's essentially blaming Vietnam for being colonized.
The three students arrested at Gibson’s pleaded guilty in August to attempted theft and aggravated trespassing and said in statements required by a plea agreement that their actions were wrong and that the store wasn’t racist.
Not like that encouraged anyone to be civil about this...
Wait... so Oberlin literally wants to revive Medieval clerical privilege for its students? Am I reading this right?
Is Eminem's new song full blown SJW nuttiness on steroids.? Are black people disproportionately targeted by police? Is Trump even racist?! r/Eminem discusses
The new Eminem track is released, which touches upon themes of racism, police brutality, and clashing cultures. Apart from mixed reception based on the rock-inspired production, and choppy flow, users of /sub/eminem fiercely debate the subject matter
Some juicy highlights include:
Why fuck the police? For protecting the population?
This is a rap fan who's totally not 15 years old
It's almost like a bunch of white dudes listened to Eminem not because he was a good artist but because he was white and pissed off their parents. Now they've grown up to be just as bitter and racist as their parents and are disappointed that Eminem didn't follow suit.
It's almost like someone that rapped about how he only got white attention for being white (despite doing what everyone before him did) is going to take the side of police brutality being bad.
909 killings by police in 2017. That is a INSANELY low number,
Oh America... you have broken so many people.
You're just a typical teen neckbeard with your meme quality posts and "dude calm down friend" responses. Put a condom over your router, dude.
My projection radar is zinging
Yeah. Poor guy is having a real rough go at it. Makes for great popcorn tho :)
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