The Trolls from Olgino - Tracking Changes

Oyibo

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Looks like @labrat deleted his post but @still staggin captured it for posterity:

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So, @labrat , try vocally opposing Putin and stand on a balcony and see how much freedom you have.
 

Polyester

War Hero
I see one of labrats likes is from ursus major, not too subtle eh..
They are about as subtle as necking vodka shots out of each others foreskins.


It‘s great though. I love it. Like whack a mole.
 
Looks like @labrat deleted his post but @still staggin captured it for posterity:

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So, @labrat , try vocally opposing Putin and stand on a balcony and see how much freedom you have.
Good work @stillstaggin.

Why would I vocally oppose the man who pays my mortgage?

Anyway, The post is still there and hasn’t been deleted

Try going on there and saying that women don’t have penises and you’ll see just how much freedom we have.

I fear your paranoia about freedom has led you to annexing your own freedom via the ignore button :)
 

Oyibo

LE
The post is still there and hasn’t been deleted



I fear your paranoia about freedom has led you to annexing your own freedom via the ignore button :)

You are correct, it is still there.

You won't be 'suicided'.
 
We are also aware of the BBC being biased, Tovarich.
There is an entire Thread - on this very Website, devoted to ridiculing it.

It is one of the freedoms we enjoy without being disappeared and turned into dog food.
Paradoxically Russian trolls actively undermine national institutions such as the BBC by suggesting that it is working against 'will of the people' to introduce some sort of Socialist totalitarian state. Many people are taken in by this mantra, ignoring that it is undermining one of Britain's bastions of Soft Power and free speech; there are quite a few posters on this site who absolutely play into this Russian narrative that BBC news is lies and "this won't be reported on the BBC" when, inevitably, it is.

The same is being done to our best Universities with trivial, wokish stories being magnified through trolling (generally something about the LGBT inclusion Officer at Slagstone University Students' Union 'banning poppies' morphing into 'Universities ban poppies'). A bit of critical analysis of the news beyond the headlines would grip this nonsense.

We just need to look at the guff from antivaxxers which gains prominence on social media by trolls who know how to play the algorithms through shit-posting.
 
there are quite a few posters on this site who absolutely play into this Russian narrative that BBC news is lies and "this won't be reported on the BBC" when, inevitably, it is.
I saw that yesterday. A former friend of mine posting a Russell Brand video about the Canadian Truckers, titled (something like) "Why is the MSM blacking out this".

I had a quick look on the BBC website - front page.
 
Paradoxically Russian trolls actively undermine national institutions such as the BBC by suggesting that it is working against 'will of the people' to introduce some sort of Socialist totalitarian state. Many people are taken in by this mantra, ignoring that it is undermining one of Britain's bastions of Soft Power and free speech; there are quite a few posters on this site who absolutely play into this Russian narrative that BBC news is lies and "this won't be reported on the BBC" when, inevitably, it is.

The same is being done to our best Universities with trivial, wokish stories being magnified through trolling (generally something about the LGBT inclusion Officer at Slagstone University Students' Union 'banning poppies' morphing into 'Universities ban poppies'). A bit of critical analysis of the news beyond the headlines would grip this nonsense.

We just need to look at the guff from antivaxxers which gains prominence on social media by trolls who know how to play the algorithms through shit-posting.

It is the BBC itself, the slant it presents on certain subjects, the weight it gives to certain topics that I often object to.
That is the BBC eating itself - due to its own internal governance.
I understand how and why this would please an external totalitarian State, and would encourage this belief in any way it could. I know RT narrative is pro Russia slanted.

I only criticize what the BBC itself puts out - and has become.
 
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