• Inkie
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        62 years ago

        Since I’m also in the never banned club, the most controversial thing I ever said on Reddit, based entirely on community reactions, was probably “americans perceive everyone outside america as sub-humans who are beneath self-determination, like they should be the ones to choose how we do everything”.

        Sounds like at least among lefties this should have been an uncontroversial statement, but gods I made some gringos mad on that day.

        • comfy
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          21 year ago

          Hah, only controversial to me for the mass generalization of a wide group of 300 million. There are absolutely many who see it that way, although also many millions who don’t.

          • Inkie
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            21 year ago

            The millions who don’t do not hold power.

            Saying “Americans” might be a gross generalisation, but as long as your country acts like the planet’s collective abusive partner, I’ll just. Continue to shit on y’all. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯