COINTELPRO Techniques for dilution, misdirection and control of an internet forum
Author: Hamad Subani
A Redditor points out a major hole in the theory of Darwinian evolution, which has conveniently been swept under the carpet.
In a comment that garnished 3400 upvotes and numerous awards, a Redditor gives an insider account of the homelessness crisis of some American cities like San Francisco.
In a very brief post that gathered more than 21,000 upvotes and 1800 comments, Redditor RedPlanit expresses his disgust with dragging jobs into social situations.
Youtube superstar mechanic Scotty Kilmer published a video on 6th March 2021, discussing some little-known limitations of the much hyped Plug-in Electric Vehicles. The Powers That Be want to move past gasoline engines, just because they have some issues with Saudi Arabia, and it also helps with their broader de-industrialization agenda. But that doesn’t mean you should tag along.
The GME buying frenzy instigated by the Wallstreetbets Subreddit provoked a completely disproportionate response from The Powers That Be. Major Finance pundits started warning against buying GME on their talk shows. For the first time ever, a coordinated (but illegal) effort was made by retail brokerage apps to restrict the buying of the shares. It is clear that some hedge funds had a lot to lose. But Reddit user johnnydaggers proposes a theory of something even more sinister.
Many computers and laptops with Intel® Chipsets come with a piece of bundled software known as the Intel Rapid Storage Technology®. Due to a number of factors, this is arguably the most profound debate-generating piece of bundled software to be ever written. If you are in a dilemma about what to do with it, welcome aboard.
A Redditor who goes by the username bangorlol has provided an in-depth technical analysis of why you should delete Chinese phone app TikTok. His single comment, which won multiple awards, is being saved for posterity here, in case Reddit deletes it.
In a Facebook post dated 9th July 2019, Halifax innovator Ryan Hartigan laments on how academia can sometimes cripple one’s understanding on how to operate a business. Completing that degree may not necessarily benefit if you plan to go your own way with an idea or business of your own.
On 1st February 2019, news broke that Gerald Cotten, the CEO of cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX, had died in India — and taken the passwords to hundreds of millions of dollars worth of digital money with him to the grave. Many have pointed out that something does not add up. Here, I add another strange coincidence. Now I introduce how the India connection makes things even more suspicious.
In a paper first published on 13th December 2018, artist-critic Miles Mathis draws attention to early journals of the Scientific American, which featured a significantly higher level of quality when it came to discourse, and lively and genuine public participation in Scientific Debates of that time, in the form of letters to the editor (and replies to the same). What is ironic is that the Internet was supposed to contribute to the same by breaking down communication barriers. But instead we seem to have regressed. Our attention spans are now fairly limited, and our time is strictly budgeted.