Tech Giant Says Hate Speech Against White People Doesn’t Count

(Montana Daily Gazette) As the technocracy clamps down on free speech in the name of ‘social justice,’ going so far as to censor the President of the United States and label Christian doctrinal statements as ‘unsafe,’ one tech giant just warned the public that hate speech against ‘majority groups’ doesn’t count. Reddit wants consumers to know that you can say whatever you want about white people and it will not be censored.

Reddit, which has branded itself as “the front page of the Internet, is a news aggregator and discussion site. It is the sixth most popular website in the world. And Reddit’s rules now state on a page entitled Promoting Hate Based on Identity or Vulnerability, that “While the rule on hate protects such groups, it does not protect all groups or all forms of identity. For example, the rule does not protect groups of people who are in the majority

Additionally, Reddit’s rules against “hate speech” do not apply to those “who promote such attacks of hate.” In other words, it’s okay to be intolerant to those who are intolerant.

Liberal logic does not compute.

Reddit’s anti-hate rule, which exempts infractions against “majority groups” (for example, white people and Christians), was made public after it banned a Donald Trump fan sub-Reddit for conservatism.

Harassing, bullying, or intimidating white people with violence is 100% permitted on Reddit. This is an example of actual systemic racism, codified into written rules of a large tech company. Please say no to systemic prejudices.


Editors Note. This article was originally published at the Montana Daily Gazette. Reprinted in full with permission.