Dare to compare
Diaspora* Public Stream ✊️
Federation in diaspora* isn't ideal. We're all on our different pods, but these individual pods make a lot of difference over the diaspora* content that is available to us. For example: some of the things that I can see on my pod might not necessarily be visible to you depending on what pod you are on.
Let's compare the stream on some pods from my #cuckpod
Wow, check out the variation in those. Eh?
Now that you see how the URL code works to test for public stream, you can go ahead and check the rest of your pods. ;)
It is my personal policy to not publicly list those especially good, freedom loving pods... not because I don't support them, but because this is a #war
I know that if I were to start listing non-cucked pods, the #antifa
cabal (censorship enthusiasts
) would target them as a hate list. Our enlightened podmin don't need to deal with that hassle, not to mention the risks they face from repressive (The State
) government agencies. Big gov, (especially in #Europe
with the #EU)
are leaning hard on the internet. They desperately want to reestablish that monopoly over the new-media and #narrative
. Euro-normies quietly went along with infringements over #rights
. yet only now that the cuckery has gone to far, they're starting to freak out about stuff like #Article13
. - #Lol
. Too late junior...
Welcome to Diaspora* "The online social world where you are in control" That is, "you are in control" only if you start your own pod. (Which is something that anybody with the know how and resources can do.) A podmin is free to run their pod more or less however they please. The majority of Diaspora users however do not have their own pods and are at the mercy of their podmins. Not to be alarmist, as most pods are being run fairly and competently, but there are a few notable exceptions that have distinguished themselves over the years. You need to put some consideration into the pods you choose to sign up with. Not only does the podmin have the power to censor your posts/comments and delete your account, the podmin also has access to your private data, your email, contacts and private messages. They have a right to deny service to anyone they choose. There's no question, however some podmin have been known to be loose with the private info of users they personally disliked, even pub...share.naturalnews.com