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Title: Tech News
Post by: Private on 09 March 2019 at 17:56
I'll be the first to admit, I'm not very tech savvy. I was just wondering y'alls opinion on this new Gab plug-in. How long will this allow Whites the freedom of speech on the internet like they claim?


Gab Is Creating A Comment Section On Every Website That Could Change The Internet Forever

“It’s time to take Gab and apply it to the entire internet.”

Published 3 weeks ago on Feb 15, 2019
By Luke Rohlfing

All comments are run through Gab, which uses the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution as their standard of moderation, meaning that the comments will only be removed if they violate the law, or violate a slim category of offences, such as doxxing, which Gab disallows.

Big League Politics reached out to Torba, who describes the comment section extension having three parts.

The most anticipated part is the browser extension, which Torba explains will allow users to “view/create a comment section on any url, including tweets, YouTube videos, news articles, etc…”

He also describes a standalone web app designed “for creating and discovering conversations on these URL’s (webpages).”

And finally, he discussed an integration of those conversions onto the Gab website itself.

“All three of these will sync and be one unified comment section,” Torba explains. “So if I comment from Gab on the url, people using the extension and the web app will see it, and vice versa.”

The only portion of his plan with a working example is the browser extension, which Torba says is still in its “super early” stages, and hasn’t had a chance for developers to “make it pretty yet.”

This plugin has the capability to change the Internet entirely if largely adopted.

Big tech platforms are known for their discriminatory moderating practices, which largely targets conservatives. One of the most glaring examples of this is the Twitter ban of conservative journalist, and Big League Politicscontributor Laura Loomer, who is permanently suspended on Twitter for exposing the now widely recognized Antisemitism of freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar.

Torba believes this plugin has the capability to make huge waves in the big tech sphere.

“I have never in my career seen people so excited for a tech product,” Torba explains. “The feedback we are getting on this is phenomenal. People are fed up with being treated like children across the web.”

Torba also explains why this extension is so important, describing the timeline of the downfall of free conversations on the web:

“Comment sections were removed from blogs/mainstream news sites around 2013-2015. They all just vanished. So the conversations happening on them moved to social media. From 2015-2019 social networks have been trying to stop this with AI, shadowbanning, censorship, and no-platforming. We built Gab in response to this. Now it’s time to take Gab and apply it to the entire internet. Every URL will have a public square. We are creating the comment section of the internet.”

Title: Re: Tech News
Post by: Private on 09 March 2019 at 18:54
I'm not tech savy myself brother. While Gab has been targeted by the Judenpresse for "giving a platform for evil White supremacists," Gab itself had a Turkish founder. They're leadership seems very Kosher Konservative (they say it's "leftists" fault, but they don't look behind who controls the leftists), but I can respect them for supporting freedom of speech. Most companies would buckle under and surrender to the JOG and the rest of the international Jewish network. I'm not saying Gab will last, but I think it's somewhat helpful that there's another site where pro-White individuals can organize and voice their concerns regarding our race's future. 

Though it would be better if these individuals joined under the banner of Creativity, to proselytize and organize our race for its survival, expansion and advancement. At that point, our race would never have to worry about its freedom of speech being in danger ever again. 
Title: Re: Tech News
Post by: Private on 09 March 2019 at 19:48
Gab's new comment function basically works like our own forum with automated links.

While we have to actually come here, add the links and text, people with the Gab plugin for their browsers do the same automatically without having to go to Gab - Just like Twitter and Facebook plugins. The comments go to the Gab site.

Now, if Gab supplied a WordPress plugin, I'd ditch Disqus from our site and replace it with Gab's. Reason being: Disqus is shutting down/deplatforming people whom they would prefer not to use their comment system. Other than the possibility of a WordPress plugin, Gab's as useless as Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo Clubs, MSN Groups, Lycos Groups, and AOL's whatever-it-was-they-had.

However, the saga of Gab is worth paying attention to. Banned/deplatformed for being a threat to big business, they are the freedom of speech underdog that we need to watch.

Do I have a Gab account? Yes.
Do I use my Gab account? No.
I gave it a try and found it to be a waste of time.

Will I add the browser extension for this new Gab service? No.
Title: Re: Tech News
Post by: Private on 09 March 2019 at 23:36
Quote from: Private
Gab's sister product Dissenter, the comment section of the internet, is driving a true public discussion on websites that are removing comment sections or heavily censoring user feedback. Dissenter is a browser extension and website that allows any Gab user to comment on any URL across the web in a shared public square on that link.


As the movie review site Rotten Tomatoes removed the comment section while YouTube altered their search system to bury "bad" reviews of the new movie Captain Marvel, Dissenter users left over 3,000 reviews and comments on the page expressing their opinion about the movie.


Dissenters left over 5,000 comments on the controversial interview with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on the Joe Rogan Experience. During the stream, comments were disabled on YouTube. Dissenter users were able to watch and have a discussion about the stream as it was happening.


Shaving company Gillette released a controversial new commercial on YouTube this week and deactivated the comment section. On Dissenter over 1,000 comments were left on the video.

Dissenter is changing the way discussions are happening on the web. No longer can Silicon Valley giants, media companies, or anyone else decide what you can or cannot comment on. Every news article, every YouTube video, every tweet, and every other url on the internet now has a comment section.

Title: Re: Tech News
Post by: Private on 17 March 2019 at 10:19
According to MSM and Libtards, Dissenter is for the Far Right.

I'm not Far Right. I am Far White!  ;)
I don't use Dissenter ... but I'll keep an eye on it.

Title: Re: Tech News
Post by: Private on 07 January 2020 at 06:58


Dissenter Browser: I think it's based on Google Chrome, but so is Opera which I'll stick with.
A Warning: Gab - which produces Dissenter browser and plugins - has deleted every picture I added to Gab. I've been Shadow Banned by Gab. It's not as Free Speech as they claim.