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jokes aside, I've been having a bit of fun with Black Lives Splatter. I've been trying more free and open source stuff, and am currently looking for (and cannot find) FOSS Tetris.
I have 36 hours of high quality mostly war music in my playlist, and while that's not "gaming"-related per se, it's certainly something that helps me relax.
I don't have an opinion on the Uyghur camps. Communism is bad, and Islam is just as bad. Face it, had it been the Muslims in control of the CCP, innocent Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, Confucianists, Shinto people, etc. would be in significantly worse camps in locations that might not be as . . . photogenic.
To the original author: I do not think the word "reactionary" means what you think it means.
Terraria and A Short Hike, but also Drifting Lands and a little Forager.
If my PC had more space, I would play Ni No Kuni Remastered and Ori and the Will of the Wisps.
Kek, i hope you're kidding.
I do not know.
In the meantime, spare yourself the suspense. Find a torrent, it's not going to cost them money. If they aren't cringe, you'll find out, and when you do, buy their game.
Please, use snip & sketch.
It's so much easier. For all of us.
Atheism+ and Gamergate happening at the same time alerted me to a very important fact, namely that the left is not a political standpoint. There are no normal left-wingters. The left, and everybody in it, is a global organization that wants only itself in unofficial power. It wants to have the world in its hands.
I also realised something else: We can't let that happen.
It was only vidya companies, but this one has most of them.
It still doesn't have Vlambeer and some of the others I recall.
It was a file, too. Either a text file or an image file, not a webpage.
Still, thank you.
I still remember how lambasted our movement was at the time. I was actually exposed to it by all of the "muh hate group" articles, and it sounded horrible, so I looked further into it so I could tell people to watch out for it.
Then I found it it was literally just a bunch of nerds who didn't want their hobby to be molested by politics. That's my opinion also, so i joined the movement.
Ruqqus still isn't overrun. Bitchute still isn't overrun. Proton still isn't overrun.
You need a community that is defensive of the principles of freedom to stop the racist influx. The very defensive principles whose protection is the literal central, perhaps only, idea of our movement.
You need moderators who are active and willing to act against spammery and racism. The exact kind of moderators we have here.
Also, we should borrow Ruqqus's framework of allowing people to filter out certain words, and they just won't see any posts with those words/phrases. That way, us non-hateful people can still interact with eachother without ever seeing any hate. That basically removes any need for moderation too, since you can just block words and/or people that you know are spammers and/or anti-freedom, and you don't even have to deal with them. I do, however, doubt that moderation is going to stop, since it's what we're used to and there's no real reason to stop moderating, either.
P.S. Gab isn't full of hateful people? Haven't been on in a week but there wasn't really any hate on there, you're probably just looking at the wrong groups/people, some people there do truly love freedom, not just freedom for "muh white race"
Well, I can't see any censorship (though that is a moot point since it would be invisible even if it was happening,) so hopefully this community is safe
Movement for ethics in journalism.
It started when leftists invaded our hobby and anally raped it with politics, which were never part of the hobby in the first place.
We didn't like that, so we fought back and organized around gaming, a shared aspect of all of our lives.
The rest, as they say, is history.