Wil was very, very disappointed that Twitter didn't ban the hateful Alex Jones and had to move to more justice oriented platforms out of protest.
It's a real shame that Twitter's leadership doesn't seem to care about the hateful people it empowers, and enforces its own TOS so unevenly, giving preferential treatment to high profile people like Alex Jones, who have *clearly* broken that same TOS.
Well, Wesley got shut up quite fast on his new platform and failed to see the irony. Self-flagellation didn't help him either.
Anyway, take your victory lap and collect your prizes. You've made it clear that I'm not welcome here, and even though I disagree with the action this Admin is taking (banning me when I didn't break any rules doesn't seem right), I respect and support the Admin's decision to run their instance the way they see fit.
(background: he used and promoted the GGautoblocker blocklist that censors those hateful Nazis... but that list contains some trans people as well and that was equated to spreading transphobia)
What we were promised
What we got
Do you think Wil will learn from that experience and be less trigger-happy about banning people? (I think not)Last edited by CGI-Quality - on 31 August 2018