Free Speech Social Network Gab Launches Dissenter.com
Written by Otaku Apologist
I’ve been cross-posting my twitter content on Gab.com since 2017. They’re fighting hard to shake off the communist censorship that’s strangling the freedom out of western civilization.
This company is a direct competitor to Twitter, which is utterly compromised at this point. Saudi-Arabian dictators and morally bankrupt billionaires own stock at Twitter. This provides the rich fucks leverage to strong-arm Twitter into compliance with their new world order agenda.
The only problem with Gab is that their brand is tarnished. Because all the jew-hating national socialists have been purged from other socialist medias, they’ve taken refuge at emerging social medias like Gab. It’s a challenge for any new company that tries to uphold the principle of free speech. They have to allow extremists the right to speak. Most people would rather punch and kick than have a civil conversation.
Freedom is the exact weapon with which radicals can be stopped from spreading their views. Bad ideas are debated out of existence in the free market of ideas. Debate is the answer, not censorship.
Below the line is the unedited email message from Gab.
Gab.com is pleased to officially launch its sister product, Dissenter.
Dissenter is the comment section of the Internet.
Dissenter creates a free speech comment section for any URL on the web. Users can access comment threads on a URL by searching for the link on Dissenter’s web app at dissenter.com. Alternatively, if users install the free and open-source Dissenter browser extension, users can see comments being made on any URL they navigate to displayed in a sidebar in their browser.
Dissenter.com thus extends Gab’s reach, and its free speech platform, across the entire internet. Anyone with a Gab.com account can access Dissenter, and utilize it to express themselves on any content on the internet in any way they see fit, as long as their chosen form of expression is legal in the United States.
Dissenter has become a necessary tool due to rampant corporate censorship of ordinary internet users, whether that takes the form of YouTube demonetizing millions of videos and removing comment sections, Facebook and Instagram banning British activist Tommy Robinson for his political opinions, or Netflix banning comedy shows at the behest of Saudi princes.
A free, open-source utility that allows people to dissent from orthodoxy and express what they are really thinking, without fear of reprisal, is essential in order to wrest control of the Internet and public discourse from Silicon Valley tech giants.
Finally, Gab no longer requires an invite code to join. Tell a friend. 🙂