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Help When Asked For Help
I've written before about how Elon Musk is not a fan of “freedom of reach” and plays Savior, attempting through shadow-banning to save people from “dangerous voices.”
Josh Slocum of The Disaffected Podcast I was recently on is being black-balled on various platforms. He's been banned as being a dangerous, hate-filled account on Twitter, supposedly against the LGBT "community" regardless of the fact that he is gay.
He's also had some "offended" people attempt and succeed and getting him removed from his day job. And then Patreon banned him and that was 90% of his income from the Disaffected Podcast.
These are the facts. He's not playing the victim but asking for help when he’s been legitimately wronged. If you enjoy his show and can help support it, please do. He's willing to do all the work required to create a professional podcast and offers a special discord group to chat with like-minded supporters. I'm in there also. Read his post/substack and watch/listen to his podcast to learn more.
This is his most recent post on the Twitter ban.
Just a reminder, even though in my substack I suggest people not try to “save” others, helping when people ask for help is definitely okay. Because when people take personal responsibility they wisely use the help they’ve been given.
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