Please Consider These Critical Subs
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Critically Absent Subs
Last week I proposed some guidelines for this /s/NewSaidIts and some Potentially Fun Interactive Subs. Next week I'll propose some fun again with music-related genre and project subs.
This week I've focused on what I consider the few remaining Critically Absent Subs in [Part 2](), however, first I want to bring to your attention a some new subs formerly on my critical wish list. I recommend you join and help build ALL of these critical new subs by sharing post and comments. Also, feel free to share your own lists and/or keep up on the latest new SaidIt subs in https://SaidIt.net/subs/new/.
If you'd like to see some older "critical" subs you can take a look at my former topical subs on Power, Corruption & Lies and more. That list does not include other people's SaidIt subs I also consider critical. A while back I compiled a larger "critical" list on /s/Surveillance/wiki. Feel free to ask about specific fields of interest if you need help finding SaidIt subs.
Existing Critical New Subs
Before coming to SaidIt I had a system for marking my exceptional downloaded content for future sharing.
Good stuff. Common enough. I rarely used this because it's so common.
Great stuff. Also pretty common, used more often but not a priority to bother with.
Exceptional stuff. Deep insights, informative, often just two boring heads talking, or a long detailed documentary. Importantly: Exceptional content, but not meant for normie sheeple.
Exceptional stuff AND worth sharing with all normie sheeple. Usually short, simple, clear, catchy, fast paced and never boring, glossy and well produced - and above all informative, perhaps paradigm shifting.
On SaidIt I used A++ and A+++ in titles and comments, especially after /u/d3rr like the idea and was archiving them for his /s/DownTheMemoryHole PeerTube instance. He even fixed SaidIt to be able to find "A++" and "A+++" searches. Last spring I was using these indicator labels like crazy with so much critical information coming out about the scamdemic. It seemed like every day some breaking important evidence was emerging to prove how absurd their tyranny was/is.
I recently came up with the idea that someone might make 2 subs: A+++ Critical Content and A++ Deep Content. I don't know if that's what prompted /u/LarrySwinger2 (one of SaidIt's good ones) to create /s/APlusPlusPlus, but I love the simplicity of this sub's title (though my pet peeve is triggered without capitals). Perhaps he or someone might create a second A++ sub and add my definitions to the sidebox of both, with whatever edits appropriate.
The /s/RulingClass and their establishment, a matrix of rigged systems, with a monopoly on violence, have an /s/Agenda21_Agenda2030 for full spectrum dominance. These two topical subs cover only fraction of their toolsets for ultimate control. THINGS WILL GET MUCH WORSE. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
/u/RelianceTrust created /s/BackyardFarming and /s/Permaculture and I created /s/FoodCrises (plural of crisis, singular) as the looming global inflation and food shortage are created by this absurd lockdown.
Self reliance is more important that you can possibly now. The global class war was bad before 2020, but now they've obviously ramped it up, will never change course (just as they stick by their absurd claims about JFK, 9/11, Russiagate, and the 2020 election). THINGS WILL GET MUCH WORSE. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
I created /s/FoodCrises a couple months ago and un-modded. (Anyone may lobby /u/magnora7 to request becoming a mod or co-mod of this sub. Ask if you'd like me as a reference.)
See also, my list of some subs related to growing, food, health, etc: /s/Introductions/comments/7gms/tech_refugee/s3rf
All things related to banking and financial exploitation, including exceptional examples worth exposing and sharing as part of the resistance to global, national, and regional tyranny. /s/banking exists but the mod insists on limiting the type of posts possible on their sub without explaining why.
All things related to Tyranny, including exceptional examples worth exposing and sharing as part of the resistance to global, national, and regional tyranny.
When I saw /u/christnmusicreleases' /s/ElectoralFraud I knew my /s/VotingReform would have been better named /s/ElectoralReform. I also thought just /s/Voting or /s/Elections or might be better to catch everything related. Because "voting" might also be confused with SaidIt points I prefer the latter.
I created /s/VotingReform/ a few months ago and /s/Voting_IsARiggedJoke a couple years ago and un-modded from both. (Anyone may lobby /u/magnora7 to request becoming a mod or co-mod of this sub. Ask if you'd like me as a reference.)
Also, /s/ElectionsUSA2020 is over, but perhaps someone wants to create /s/ElectionsUSA2022, /s/ElectionsUSA2024 and/or some other nations' elections.
I created /s/Interviews a couple months ago and un-modded. (Anyone may lobby /u/magnora7 to request becoming a mod or co-mod of this sub. Ask if you'd like me as a reference.) In addition to obviously being a general place for interviews, not easily classified interviews, or for crossposting topical interviews, I have an additional purpose for it.
I have an unfinished list of my favourite content creators and their contact information that I will post with an invitation for other content creators to reach out to them for even more cross interviewing, along with reasons why these people are worth interviewing. I started this list for Alison Morrow and Eric Hunley, then my Dad died, etc etc etc.
Even if you don't post it right away, I encourage you all to start your own list of favourite people that you'd like to see be interviewed. Post it (and add to it) when you see fit - then be sure to contact all of your favourite interviewers to look at your list of potential interviewees.
Long overdue, /u/WarmPotato created a general /s/Military sub, not to be confused with other topical subs related to arms, war, or any specific national military. This critical topic has been on my list forever, but I simply don't have much content to post there.
To survive, thrive, and be free from the tyrannical technocracy we must have goals, plans, and a resilient future for our SaidIt and truth-seeking communities. THINGS WILL GET MUCH WORSE. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best. A robust next-generation forum must simultaneously co-develop these interrelated aspects:
● Fair Forums - social management
● GUI + PreVisualization - function, flow, inspiration
● Software Development
● Libre-Manifestos - fundamental requirements, goals
● Project Management - monitoring, resources, branding, PR
● MetaVote™ - simple GUI + organization of data with purpose
The introductory first post provides a little more information. We hope SaidIt, other forums, and developers might freely adopt some of these open good ideas from these wishful discussions to improve life and liberty and fairness.
I created /s/Prison a couple months ago and un-modded. (Anyone may lobby /u/magnora7 to request becoming a mod or co-mod of this sub. Ask if you'd like me as a reference.) In addition to obviously being for all things related to prison, prisons, incarceration, inmates, etc along with crossover content related to issues like /s/Corruption, /s/Crime, /s/Economics, /s/Justice_v_Injustice, /s/LockdownSkepticism, /s/Race_DivisionByElites, /s/Victimhood, etc.
/s/PsyWar has been long on my list, but I pleased to discover that /u/MarquisBoniface (also mod of: /s/bitchute, /s/Buddhism, /s/InfoWarfare, /s/AltLeftWatch, /s/PsychoWarfare, /s/MKNaomi, and others) and /u/BoniceMarquiFace (/s/InfoWarfare, /s/electionintegrity) with similar name both mod this sub. I assume "Psycho Warfare" means what I think it means: a psychological battle unleashed upon the massed by the /s/RulingClass' establishment - much like the /s/ClassWar, /s/CultureWar (private for some reason), /s/CyberWar, drug war, false flags, economic war, info wars of /s/Propaganda, lockdown, Middle-East Wars, /s/PsyOps, /s/WarOfTerror, etc etc etc.
Organize and resist as hard, as long, and as much as possible. But how?
Not to be confused with /s/pushback or /s/unrest where you may post examples of resistance, from historic up to current events.
Examples of resistance are welcome here only if it has resistance analysis, resistance alternatives, and/or resistance /s/solutions against global, national, and local /s/tyranny gradually taking away your /s/rights, /s/freedom, and self-reliance in the /s/classwar set upon us by the /s/rulingclass for their globalist /s/corporatocracy /s/technocracy /s/Agenda21_Agenda2030.
Share analysis, guides, lessons, solutions, tips, tricks, on:
- Groups and individuals
- How Umbrella Revolution was effective
- How Yellow Vest was effective
- Social media
I have had this on my list since I arrived on SaidIt, among other topical regional subs (a list for another post). The vast majority of Muslims are not "problematic" at all as many in the divisive corporate media would have you believe. However, our Western ally, Saudi Arabia, is the root of the evil sect of Wahhabism (potential for another sub), far and away the worst and most problematic perverted version of Islam. The Wahhabist religion and Saudi Arabian state are as problematic as Zionists and the state of Israel - in league with the US war machine determined to dominate the world and stamp on a human face forever. Unfortunately Saudi Arabia doesn't come up in the news as much as it ought to.
Love her or hate him, /u/TheAmeliaMay is a promising young person who is often impulsive and/or insightful if you can see past the blindness of your prejudices. This week I learned of the YouTube channel and look forward to diving in to that content created by someone I consider one of SaidIt's good ones, above the tribal left-right bullshit.
This sub covers all kinds of victims, from legitimate to posers, their psychological and mental states, their nation states, their religions, their races, their genders, their persecutions, their abuses and abusers, their histories, and/or whatever ails or bothers these people - as well as the effects and costs to society at large, and finding ways to cope or even solutions, civilly.
- No name calling or pejoratives.
- You may post content supportive of victims and their victimhood.
- You may post content critical of victims and their victimhood.
- Always be civil and polite.
Thanks for indulging me and bothering to read this far.
Be sure to check out [Part 2]().
Note to mods of the subs listed above, feel free to use and edit any of my descriptions for your subs (ie. sideboxes) as you see fit.
The resistance evolution has started on SaidIt.net.
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