Minding Your Business: Where Minds.com Succeeds and Where it Fails

“While sharing so many similarities might seem like a huge positive, the average person seems to feel as though they find very little on this site that they can’t find elsewhere, usually on the several other sites they already use. This, generally speaking, leaves them disinterested in learning the ins and outs of a new social platform.”

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The Rot in the Evergreen: A Delve into Progressive Mob Mentality

“Much controversy has continued, with Bret reaching somewhat of a meteoric peak in his career due to his willingness to engage with people who want to hear about his story, but we all too often forget the students who were left behind in the wake of the incident. Naima and Rashida are gone, but I don’t believe the anti-white sentiment that lead to mob intimidation and threats has likely gone anywhere following this.”

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The Case of E.S. v. Austria: What it Means for the Rights of Europeans

“ I have attempted to condense the rulings of the case to the best of my abilities, yet in doing so, the truth remains clear enough; a woman was convicted for insulting a religious doctrine. Now, of course that may not come as a terrible surprise to many, considering the absolute state of the EU at the moment, but when viewed under the light of scrutiny, it becomes even more disturbing what has been done.”

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Bolsonaro Soars - How Jair achieved Victory Through Conservative Populism

It is sad that, for me, someone who has never voted in his life because I didn’t believe it would help, in a system I consider inherently corrupt and rigid, that we have reached this point. That we were forced to choose between an old failure that has proven itself bad for everyone, but is comfortable since we’re used to the abuse, or the new, and a future that is chaos and always strange and probably won’t be easy to deal with; One which doesn’t mean that we will like what comes from it, or even that it will be good, but a future that has proven itself necessary, as with it, we may be freed from our long tradition of servitude.

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