A lot of people are probably familiar with StoneToss. He pens some funny comics that speak to Nationalist viewpoints.
Here’s the one he posted today.
I saw a comment that I wanted to respond to because it was the first time I’d ever disagreed with a regular commenter. Only, I discovered something curious.
I’ve suspected StoneToss has deleted at least one of my comments on his site a few months ago, despite allowing me to say almost the exact same thing later, anyway*. It’s really weird because I generally agree with the message of his work, and I don’t think I’ve broken any sort of “rule”.
In fact, a lot of my comments (though I don’t have too many) on his work have a lot of upvotes from the community.
My only terribly-controversial one among boomers was this one, from several months ago:
So, I’m not sure what I said — I’ve not said anything spicier, content-wise, than his regular comments — that he doesn’t want me to talk anymore on his page, and it seems unlikely that this one mini-argument from months back would justify him banning me now.
I don’t wanna play this card, but maybe it’s because woman? He doesn’t seem to like women very much.
All I’m sayin’ here is: I get suspicious when one gets banned even though they’re agreeing and amplifying with your message and your users most of the time.
If what I’m saying is so untrue, and obviously wrong, then what harm is there in letting me say it? Surely, your own community will drown me in a hail of downvotes and comments proving me wrong? It’s just bizarre to me because we agree on like, 90% of things.
That kind of move is what sets off the “shill alert” alarms in my head.
Who knows? Maybe it was all a misunderstanding? Either way, his comics are still funny, and they now have an extra layer of irony.