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ticki wrote

Shit that's nice. Try to do it in KDE Krita, because this idea is really nice.

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ticki wrote

This is super nice. Here's a few thoughts

  • Maybe change the font to something more artistic, for example a handwritten one or a smooth one like Gotham.

  • The "CIA" is a bit weird. Perhaps put it on the next line or something.

  • "Coup" is enough, I'd say.

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ticki wrote

As I see it, memes are a way to get people from "no" to "maybe". Like, memes and humor in general can break up the propaganda and allow otherwise banned thoughts on a subject.

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ticki wrote

Maybe her life would have been better if she’d stayed in Mayantoc, gotten married, and had a family like her siblings. But maybe it would have been worse.

ew

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ticki wrote

This article is honestly disgusting. Multiple sections reads like apologia.

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ticki wrote

Please don't use Google RECAPTCHA, then. We're better off implementing our own.

Actually, this might be an interesting project...

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ticki wrote

put some inflammatory fake news in there

As if they can't do that themself.

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ticki wrote

I don't think it's that hard really. Just buy a MAGA hat, then go to one of those alt-right rallies, and try to "make friends" (e.g. exchange facebook).

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ticki wrote

I disagree with jadectrl on this. Don't pick an ideology, pick an issue. The unfortunate truth is that nobody outside the left-wing thinks highly of antifa, socialist (this is actually getting back into mainstream in American political ideologies, although not power), communist, and so on. Therefore, you must focus more on issues rather than ideology.

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ticki wrote

In the case of antifa, I'm not really too worried about them not being true believers etc., but rather the way that they organize and the targets they pick.

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ticki wrote

Like, it almost seems like an organization of people having no idea what to do, out of desperation. I'm don't mean to judge anybody, but it seems very inefficient, perhaps because it lacks the infrastructure the far-left has in other countries.

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ticki wrote

Maybe that's why. The left is so uorganized that Antifa might just be acting like an organization of impotence.

Also, European organizations tends to have roots in resistance against fascism in power (e.g. nazi germany, who invaded a lot of Europe), and thus have more training.

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ticki wrote

The only real surprise is that it isn't a 14 years old edgelord.

For sure, the mod team is only white, straight, and male.

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ticki wrote

I had honestly expected a 12-years-old kid, but heh

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ticki wrote

Makes me want to write an automatic stylometric analyzer to deanonymize...

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ticki wrote

All hail emma, the savior of internet leftists.

☭☭☭ Emma did nothing wrong, fash deserved it ☭☭☭

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ticki wrote

Oh, you kind of missed my point. I don't think we can stop or convince the people who create and spread the bait, I'm more think of how we can limit it's damage in terms of making sure that fewer people believe it.

Educating the masses, things like that.