8chan Relaunches As 8kunChris Menahan
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After months offline due to a sustained assault by our Big Tech oligarchs, 8chan is finally back online after relaunching as 8kun.
Owner Jim Watkins shared this announcement video on Saturday:
One-time free speech haven, MSM bogeyman and all-round ‘wretched hive of scum and villainy’ 8chan has relaunched as 8kun after a months-long hiatus, but will no longer permit “anything considered illegal in the United States.”Bold young entrepreneur Nick Lim helped the site get back online and is working on helping others who have been deplatformed as well:
Folks should know 8kun is going to be teeming with feds, just as 8chan was.
I don't follow Q and never have as it struck me as a psy-op.
The slogan "trust the plan" sounds like a rebranding of "trust God's plan" meant to appeal to godless boomers.
I can't imagine trying to read his Confucius-style scribblings and trying to make sense out of them when there's hundreds of illuminating old classics to read instead, not to mention the Bible.
VICE is claiming "Q" is already posting on the site.
Though I'm not a fan, I'm glad to hear the site is back online and love to see how folks like Lim are innovating their way around Big Tech's totalitarian censorship regime.
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