>>1342>What you're getting angery about is that people are not replying to exactly the thing which you want to. You can't force people to like the same things/threads as you do.
it's not about taste. Maybe if this board was a food board, and somebody was bumping a 2-month old thread on oysters, I wouldn't get mad. When random new IPs that have never been used before are making new one-sentence threads and bumping old ones around the same time higher-quality threads are made; that's a problem. That comes off as an attempt to disturb high-quality discussions, and seeing that this is already common enough on other literal shill outlets like 4chan (which has not only harboured feds for a long time, but was recently found out to have had a "Swiss" vatnik moderate its /pol/ board, banning anything exposing Putin and helping create anti-white memes), 8chan/"8kun" (run by an "ex"-military contractor/freemason and founded by a man working for a jewish employee before that), as well as a known tactic of countless other spooks/feds on older forums, read this: https://archive.vn/9NS27> If a very sensitive posting of a critical nature has been posted on a forum - it can be quickly removed from public view by 'forum sliding.' In this technique a number of unrelated posts are quietly prepositioned on the forum and allowed to 'age.' Each of these misdirectional forum postings can then be called upon at will to trigger a 'forum slide.' The second requirement is that several fake accounts exist, which can be called upon, to ensure that this technique is not exposed to the public. To trigger a 'forum slide' and 'flush' the critical post out of public view it is simply a matter of logging into each account both real and fake and then 'replying' to prepositined postings with a simple 1 or 2 line comment. This brings the unrelated postings to the top of the forum list, and the critical posting 'slides' down the front page, and quickly out of public view. Although it is difficult or impossible to censor the posting it is now lost in a sea of unrelated and unuseful postings. By this means it becomes effective to keep the readers of the forum reading unrelated and non-issue items.
Now isn't that a shocker? Since the same thing can be experienced and is actively encouraged in countless other boards, no matter how small they are (the "ACF" boards, jewlay world, etc.), such actions should immediately be viewed with suspicion.>Have you seen those threads yourself?
Oh yes, I even made one of them.>schizo ramblings
I don't even have to comment about how much "schizo" is used by jews with an unhealthy obsession. Yes, correlation isn't causation, so why is "something that goes too far out of the official narrative" schizophrenia? It utilises the same failed logic. It's more likely that the unhealthy obsession with "schizos" that shills have that's an actual pointer to schizophrenia, not the other way around. >for a question that was never asked
I know you didn't read it, since it literally introduces itself with a context that it was following up on earlier findings of red flags in the NSDAP, namely Hebrew symbolism in the Waffen-SS. I'm not going to discuss it since that'll just derail the discussion even further. >tl;dr everyone's got their own taste and while people are encouraged to diversify their interests and actively participate in threads it is not compulsory or forced, let people reply to what they want.
1. That's an excuse used on several other boards to justify actual forced spam and shilling. The thing with 22chan is that it encourages high-quality threads (at least on-paper...), it doesn't just appeal to free speech. Rule 1, 4 (outside of /b/), 7, 11, and 19-21 all make sure of that, specifically limiting the circle of discussion to favour quality.
2. What I was saying again, isn't that it's just someone else liking other stuff, it's that it comes off as intentionally disruptive, which is extremely suspicious. Why otherwise would all these random low-quality threads and bumping of old threads come around the same time new, bigger threads are made?