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noagenda dot social seems to be wall-to-wall antisemitic conspiracy theories

domain block recommendation, antisemitism 

@alex I get a bit from the show, but I just try to filter the bad stuff. They do try to deconstruct the news, and they say stuff that isn't being talked about in other places. I'm not a part of the social thing though, just listen to the show.

domain block recommendation, antisemitism 

@devinprater I don't know about the show. Their Masto instance's public timeline is full of New World Order memes, which is an anti-semitic conspiracy theory. Is there some context that I'm missing?

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@alex Oh, I didn't know that's an Anti-simitic thing. No Agenda is a show where two people deconstruct the news and media. The "new world order" thing is the event the hosts think is coming where there's no physical money, surveilance is used by governments to outright control the citizenry, and stuff like that. I don't buy into it too far, but they do look into things a bit more than regular media. The community is based around that, and the hosts don't try to censor the community. Of course, the conspiracy theory stuff does tend to bring in that kind of crowd, but the show isn't, to me, outwardly anti-semitic. Here's the Wikipedia page on the show: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Agend

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@devinprater I hope it's not presumptuous of me to warn you that that sounds like a potential radicalisation pathway into some extremely harmful politics.

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@alex Oh, it's not a conservative show. It's just not all the way left either. I don't even choose a complete side in politics. I'm just too complicated for that.

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