Dissenter chrome extension, by Gab

Gab have created a chrome extention that allows anyone with a gab account to comment on any page on the internet. Yes, that includes youtube videos or blog posts where the comments are disabled. It's completely independent.

https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019...mments-section-to-every-page-on-the-internet/

https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/nexq9d/gab-far-right-social-network-comments


https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/dissenter-extension/gdmekeodmghijamlkjcfpigdcdmcllbo

https://dissenter.com/





 

Teedub

Crow
Gold Member
Absolutely fantastic if this takes off. We're living in truly odd times. Physical gulags aren't needed anymore, just ban someone from all technology (including money) and their life is ruined. This is the first step in fighting back, using complete freedom of speech - especially in places they don't want it.
 

RatInTheWoods

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Fantastic, simple idea to shutdown the censorship, it will become the cool thing to have, as people like to see whats going on and FOMO will inspire people to install it and participate.

We still need opensource facebook, google etc to truly win the war
 

The Beast1

Peacock
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
Ha, I totally had this idea as an app. Glad to see someone actually did it.

Hope to see news services included as well.
 

Topher

Pigeon
CynicalContrarian said:
Without the Chrome extension. Would other folk even see the 'Dissenter' comments?

I downloaded the extension and commented on a youtube video with disabled comments. My comment shows up on Gab but not on youtube. There is not much of a point to the app if the comments are not public.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Other Christian
Gold Member
Topher said:
I downloaded the extension and commented on a youtube video with disabled comments. My comment shows up on Gab but not on youtube. There is not much of a point to the app if the comments are not public.

That's what I was thinking. Great for 'Gab' folk to comment on other sites. Yet I doubt you could impose comments on the coding of a third party website to the point where non 'Dissenters' can see it.

If Trump got onto Dissenter & started commenting on third party sites. That may boost it's use.
 

Valentine

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
This already exists from a large non-profit organisation called Hypothes.is:

[img=940x480]https://i.imgur.com/CANMIcp.png[/img]

Their implementation is much better since it's open-source (so anyone could fork and host it), there's several different types of private or public group options, and you can access the annotation sidebar in 3 different ways (browser extension; the Via web proxy e.g. https://via.hypothes.is/https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-72501.html or if the website itself integrates the Hypothesis plugin e.g. The Plant Cell science journal).

Personally I don't think Dissenter or Hypothesis is all that great though until they build it on blockchain technology - these are both still centralised platforms, so comments can still be censored because they're not immutable. An enterprising sort would do well if they could reimplement this on a scalable blockchain like Steem.
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
Twitter will never die. It's an outreach arm of Big Brother and no matter how badly their stock tanks or their user base gets censored out of existence it will be the defacto minimal-character information outlet of the deep state.

I signed up for an account and followed Roosh to start throwing likes at his posts. It took five minutes for them to lock my account for "suspicious activity" and demand a phone number if I wanted to unlock it.

As Roosh says, Twitter exists as a tool for the middle-managers of Left wing tyranny to direct their shock troops at street level and direct narratives for the lesser MSM branches.
 

Once Was Not

Kingfisher
Leonard D Neubache said:
Twitter will never die. It's an outreach arm of Big Brother and no matter how badly their stock tanks or their user base gets censored out of existence it will be the defacto minimal-character information outlet of the deep state.

I signed up for an account and followed Roosh to start throwing likes at his posts. It took five minutes for them to lock my account for "suspicious activity" and demand a phone number if I wanted to unlock it.

As Roosh says, Twitter exists as a tool for the middle-managers of Left wing tyranny to direct their shock troops at street level and direct narratives for the lesser MSM branches.

Woah, I guess it's no surprise they have their shit together at this point to where they can find a wrongthinker that quickly. I've never had an account so I didn't know about that phone number thing. It probably helps build the metadata profile of people that ISPs and data collectors like Google are surely doing.

Agreed that it's essentially an organizational tool for the left to issue orders and control narrative. Probably the most effective rallying tool on a global level for political propaganda. I guess the best we can hope for is the right and it's entire base to stop trying to cohabitate with the left on their platforms and their turf and their massive corporations. Gab may not be perfect but if everyone right of center migrated there overnight it would be a million times more meaningful than tweeting how dumb AOC and libtards are on twitter.

It's beyond clear we need our own spaces, soon it won't be just social media and content creation but our financial services will be locked when they link that profile from your online activity with mastercard and visa and AE and your bank and your local police...

How long do we have? How many elections left until the unpersoning happens? I hope I'm ready in time.
 

BBinger

Kingfisher
What's so hard about blogging that keeps people from setting up their own blogs and keeping their content on platforms they control? Why do people continue to insist on feeding their enemies (Google, Twitter, Facebook, Discus) free content or retreating to ghettos filled of fed posters and enemies looking for low hanging fruit to hang you with (Gab).

Step One: Admit you will always be powerless if you try to engage SV Soy on their own turf.
Step Two: Come to believe you can make your own personal platform the center of your online life.
Step Three: Fire up some web hosting with some blog software and take back your internet

At this point the rest of the path unfolds like revelation. You can comment on other people's blogs. You can continue engaging in well moderated forums like this one. However, with your own blog you carve out a place on the internet to plant your flag and do what you want to. Do you want to publish your notes from reading one of the great books? Go ahead. If discussion and rereading change your perspective on the text, that's another post. Do you want to post memes with politician's heads shoop'd onto reptiles fucking? Go for it.

People need to stop feeding the walled gardens whether they are overtly hostile like Twitter or declare themselves friendly and end up hostile by attracting a bunch of FBI influence agents like Gab.

A forum like this, great place to engage with people having similar interests. Gab throwing a Pokemom Go style overlay over the internet through a browser extension? I don't see the appeal.
 

DarkTriad

Ostrich
Gold Member
Roosh said:
Nevermind I figured it out... I was deleting the extension folder after installation.

Don't worry, Google will figure it out eventually and make your other post accurate. Give them time. Rome wasn't broken in a day.
 

BURNΞR

Ostrich
Agnostic
This effectively means it will be impossible to ban people from forums, including this one. ROK won't need to rely on Disqus anymore since everyone will be using a Gab Dissenter extension on their web browser. This will change the internet.
 
The desired effect is to force real public debate. But it will only have the desired effect if it remains the only or biggest player. But that's not going to happen, because sooner or later others will create their own version. Then it will be just one of many, just as there are countless forums with their own rules, and no one will care what anyone says on some other version as they'll have their own to comment on. Righties will comment on Dissenter, and lefties will comment on whatever they come up with, and everyone will still be talking to themselves.
 

Eusebius

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Vladimir Poontang said:
Righties will comment on Dissenter, and lefties will comment on whatever they come up with, and everyone will still be talking to themselves.

Bring on the day when instead of trying to beg a seat at the "mainstream" left-owned table, fully half the society has ghosted and gone to Dissenter or alternatives. Yes the sides won't be talking to each other, but once it's clear that the main platforms have little effect on half the people, the dynamic will have changed. Aside, I have long held that the right has to practice ostracism of the left and favoritism of their own in things like hiring and business patronage. Dismiss your enemies in conversation like an antifa does who thinks he has identified a "nazi". You have nothing to lose, and it feels good, man.
 

komatiite

Pelican
Gold Member
Leonard D Neubache said:
Twitter will never die. It's an outreach arm of Big Brother and no matter how badly their stock tanks or their user base gets censored out of existence it will be the defacto minimal-character information outlet of the deep state.

I signed up for an account and followed Roosh to start throwing likes at his posts. It took five minutes for them to lock my account for "suspicious activity" and demand a phone number if I wanted to unlock it.

As Roosh says, Twitter exists as a tool for the middle-managers of Left wing tyranny to direct their shock troops at street level and direct narratives for the lesser MSM branches.

If you get banned from Twitter for the suspicious activity and then they demand a phone number then just send a message to Support and say you cannot afford a Cellular Phone. Your account will be reactivated shortly
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
komatiite said:
Leonard D Neubache said:
Twitter will never die. It's an outreach arm of Big Brother and no matter how badly their stock tanks or their user base gets censored out of existence it will be the defacto minimal-character information outlet of the deep state.

I signed up for an account and followed Roosh to start throwing likes at his posts. It took five minutes for them to lock my account for "suspicious activity" and demand a phone number if I wanted to unlock it.

As Roosh says, Twitter exists as a tool for the middle-managers of Left wing tyranny to direct their shock troops at street level and direct narratives for the lesser MSM branches.

If you get banned from Twitter for the suspicious activity and then they demand a phone number then just send a message to Support and say you cannot afford a Cellular Phone. Your account will be reactivated shortly

Tried. So far I've been ignored twice over two weeks.
 
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