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When will we be able to start talking about conservative ideas in neutral spaces /pol/? There's been a stark rise in voicing out right-leaning ideas public. It's not like in the past that when someone spouts conservative ideas that they're instantly shut down or asked to leave the area but we're still being harassed publicly if we talk about them today. On the internet, it's still pretty much shunned to voice conservative leaning opinions pretty much everywhere. Go to any non-politics board that has a politics section and begin talking about conservative opinions and you'll soon find yourself unwelcome. The only safe place for us to talk about our opinions are "extremist" sites like /pol/ or conservative boards, otherwise, we have to take our discussions underground. When will we be able to be open about ourselves?
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when the authoritarian right-wing counter revilution happens.
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Dumb faggot whole of youtube is right leaning. Literally every single left leaning YouTube video has more dislikes than likes.





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