The Guardian Bans Readers From Commenting On Their Articles About 'Race, Immigration And Islam'Chris | InformationLiberation
Jan. 31, 2016
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The Guardian is closing almost all comment threads on articles they publish related to race, immigration, and Islam because they're not able to adequately control the debate to fit their their bullsh*t leftist narrative.
Via The Guardian:
We are living in an age of rage. People are angry with government, with media, with religion, with migration, with Europe, with big business. That frustration comes burning through in comments posted below stories on our website, a facility offered in the spirit of open journalism that has seen an extraordinary growth in numbers, sometimes running as high as 65,000 posts a day. That’s a huge number – and it’s producing its own frustrations, not least among those who feel they have an inalienable right to comment.Indeed, there's nothing people love more than not being able to comment on controversial topics!
Fact is these shills are embarrassed their commenters are given a voice to counter their propaganda. They've labeled this "author abuse" and are acting to turn their website into a safe space.