The Consume Product (Consumerism) Thread

Reddit have banned the ConsumeProduct Reddit.

It seems it's now set up as it's own board on a .win domain, like TheDonald:

https://consumeproduct.win/

I don't know if those sites are hosted on a central platform or if they just use the same software.

Now would be a good time to set up a free-speech Reddit alternative. Out of all the major tech platforms it was probably the most lenient. But that's now gone.

Can you speculate on why this subreddit was banned? I'm disappointed I didn't get a chance to see it live.
 
I used to love that subreddit

Probably because it isn't very advertiser friendly. Reddit exists to make money and mold opinions in favour of the owners. So subreddits like that gotta go.

Is there a forward-facing PR reason? Maybe some spicy meme'ing that could be twisted into "hate speech?"
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Can you speculate on why this subreddit was banned? I'm disappointed I didn't get a chance to see it live.

You can see their content on that link I posted above - on their own site.

Good chance it was banned because Antifa adjacent AgainstHateSubreddits put their efforts into banning it.

Seems they got hit for posting the same type of things Roosh does on Twitter.

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They also say the media published lengthy articles right after the ban, suggesting collaberation throughout oligarch controlled media.
 

mr-ed209

Sparrow
The reddit censorship really is getting out of hand these days. The consumeproduct was one of the last good communities on there and it was funny seeing all the shit posting leading up to the inevitable ban - which there was completely no basis for.

Reddit will be dead in a few years because it's operators just cant cope with being reflective of reality in anyway. All my front page feed is occupied with pro corona hysteria and shaming posts against people against wearing face masks and clearly biased news articles about governments ignoring made up spikes in infections etc.

In other topics, just this morning i saw a 'worldnews' post titled "Goodbye to diesel and gasoline cars: Volkswagen factory produces last ever combustion engine car, shifts to EVs only". Immediately it strikes me as contrived bullshit - after 1 minute of reading up on the topic it turns out that 1 of VWs 123 factories has been made its dedicated EV car production facility. Probably so the rest of the factories can produce even more petrol and diesel vehicles more efficiently.

The majority of 'news' posts on there are simply reflective of how a typical liberal minded person wants current affairs to exist - without any factual base in reality.
 
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amity

Pelican
Gold Member
The reddit censorship really is getting out of hand these days. The consumeproduct was one of the last good communities on there and it was funny seeing all the shit posting leading up to the inevitable ban - which there was completely no basis for.

Reddit will be dead in a few years because it's operators just cant cope with being reflective of reality in anyway. All my front page feed is occupied with pro corona hysteria and shaming posts against people against wearing face masks and clearly biased news articles about governments ignoring made up spikes in infections etc. In other topics, just this morning i saw a 'worldnews' post titled "Goodbye to diesel and gasoline cars: Volkswagen factory produces last ever combustion engine car, shifts to EVs only". Immediately it strikes me as contrived bullshit - after 1 minute of reading up on the topic it turns out that 1 of VWs 123 factories has been made its dedicated EV car production facility. Probably so the rest of the factories can produce even more petrol and diesel vehicles more efficiently.

The majority of 'news' posts on there are simply reflective of how a typical liberal minded person wants current affairs to exist - without any factual base in reality.

You've hit the nail on the head. This is exactly the problem with much of mainstream media these days and for the last couple of decades, if we're to be honest about it. It's dominated by increasingly more radical liberals, who see the world ever more through a Marxist 'oppressor vs oppressed' lense. And they think that the only way to resolve this situation is to remove the oppressor (or more accurately the "oppressor"), which to their minds means, to remove straight people, white people, statues of anyone who wasn't an extreme leftist, Christians of various hues, Nationalists, traditional families, and in time it will be anyone who doesn't support LGBT insanity, BLM inspired destructiveness, rampant multiculturalism and wealth distribution from productive Whites and Asians to minorities.
 

amity

Pelican
Gold Member
This effect, that I (and initially mr-ed209) were describing above, is 'motivated reasoning'. The Socialist YouTuber Vaush mentioned this term during his recent debate with JF, and I realised this describes the behaviour we're seeing from so many journalists these days in their articles.
 

username

Ostrich
Gold Member
Now would be a good time to set up a free-speech Reddit alternative. Out of all the major tech platforms it was probably the most lenient. But that's now gone.

There was Voat before but they shut down about 4 months ago. I guess they ran out of money. https://searchvoat.co/v/announcements/4169936

I actually think it is better to have hundreds of little subcommunities like cosumeproduct(.)win, patriots(.)win, and the red pill. Less on the radar, easier for each admin to manage, less likely to draw too much attention, and can't all be taken down in one click (like how Parler was).
 
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