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Vox Popoli's errors -- Doubting the Plan, censoring kike, and InfoGalactic's decline

Table of Contents

  1. Halfhearted housecleaning
  2. VD blows off Trump's CPAC speech
  3. VP comment censorship
    1. Faith in QTrump
    2. Call Jews "kikes"
    3. Common denominator: Criticism
  4. Infogalactic doomed?

Halfhearted housecleaning

I have little quarrel with VP these days. The immune response against Littlebook has declined to almost nothing, and my controversial stands have received substantial support, even quality-adjusted consensus adoption.

I have no expectation of converting VD to my brand of extremist cyborg Biblicism, of course.

Disagreements do accumulate in my drafts outline, however, so this is me getting around to publishing them. If I delay further I'm in danger of forgetting the matter completely. Waiting for further developments or ripening would be counterproductive. In other words, it's the perfect time to wrap up the draft and hit publish.

VD blows off Trump's CPAC speech

Trump's CPAC speech was rumored to be the actual presidential State of the Union address, which would otherwise be missing, breaking longstanding tradition. It thus has great significance and offers insight into the ongoing fake Biden Administration period. It's now apparent that this is a necessary reeducation period for the clueless American public so eager to vote itself into foreign servitude. As shocking as Trump's demolishment of the MSM was, the decline in popularity of the Democrat party is even more staggering. The American people are actually awakening and gearing for war, while the DemoCommunists retreat in shame, looking increasingly isolated as they cling to their ill-gotten gains.

This makes sense if the goal is to avoid collateral damage and civil war. The hammer shouldn't fall until the guilty can't walk down the street due to popular outrage.

VD was dismissive and critical on the eve of Trump's CPAC speech, wrongly so. It is easy for the Alt-Right's avant garde to forget just how clueless the rest of the country is.

I doubt that VD's proposal to "cross the Rubicon" would have been better than QTrump's. Things seem to be going well, an odd mix of accelerationism and grinding ominous justice. It feels as if the DemoCommunist leadership are being puppeted to play the heel, as I suspect the Dem MSM were before. That is their movement's Achille's Heel: They follow power, so control their leaders and you control the whole movement.

VP comment censorship

I rarely get censored there now, so I guess that's a win. Here are a couple of comments that got censored:

Faith in QTrump

On If you want your fake elections:

VP Ilk losing faith in QTrump again. Must be Tuesday.

Trust the Plan. It's not about you. Right now it's about the Biden voters.

Q promised us the PRECIPICE of destruction. Here's hoping for USD collapse!

Call Jews "kikes"

On Mimicry is not protest:

How dare this postmodern pharoah echo "bricks without straw" by forcing kikes to make Communism without nigs!

Related: Jesus calls the Synagogue of Satan "those who say they are Jews, and are not." So what should we call them, to avoid contradicting Our Lord and Savior?

"Kike" apparently comes from Yiddish for "circle," which Yids would draw instead of an X for their Ellis Island signature. Why? Because an X looked too much like the hated cross. So "kike" perfectly captures their Satanic spirit of Anti-Christ.

Think I'm just spouting anti-Semitic canards? Well here's the source: (((Leo Rosten))), as cited by Wikipedia.

Common denominator: Criticism

I suppose the reason both comments were rejected is that both criticized either the community or its leader. The first called the Ilk faithless, and the second corrected VD's "Jews" to "kikes."

Infogalactic doomed?

These are the actions of low-ranking VP moderators. However, VD oft errs. His repeated predictions of Gab's demise have failed. Meanwhile, his own vaunted Alt Tech project, InfoGalactic, looks suspiciously shaky.

InfoGalactic's forked 2017 Wikipedia content is gradually aging into obsolescence, with the vast majority of it seeing no updates. Will this trend eventually kill InfoGalactic? Gab's survival seems more likely.

In open-source software, a minority fork survives by regularly absorbing changes from the original. Infogalactic appears incapable of systematically doing so, by e.g. adopting git commits.

What's a more sustainable model? I often look at InfoGalactic because I want to see a succinct description of Wikipedia's bias on something. I rarely get it, to my annoyance. Why would I want to try to disambiguate 2017 obsolescence from Leftist bias from Rightist original content?!

Imagine an InfoGalactic that imported no content, but instead merely offered Rightist moderation and a blank slate. Imagine that its initial function was to be a Revipedia with Wikipedia as the baseline. Imagine it acting as an HTML overlay on Wikipedia's site, like Archive.org does.

I suspect a blank slate would reduce the friction preventing IG contributors from starting to edit an untouched article. It would be trivial to add a one-line warning or mere flag, "Severe Wikipedia bias." Someone could dash off a sloppy summary. Another could expand or correct it a bit. And it grows from there.

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