Nov 15 2012

Banned from Boing Boing while the Bombs Are Falling

Published by at 11:31 pm under blogs,conspiracy theory,Israel,middle east

Leave a couple of comments suggesting that people ought to be able to shoot back at terrorists who are trying to kill them, or that Palestinians, far from starving to death en masse actually live better than their neighbors — and the nice, creative science nerds at the blog of interesting things will ban you.

I should have stuck to leaving comments only on funny cat pictures and Cthulhu-themed posts. Oh well. Their loss.

Also over at The Propagandist, my Israeli friend Jonathan Danilowitz has a first-hand account of what it’s like to live in Tel Aviv, a modern city being targeted by psychopaths armed with heavy weapons.

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2 Responses to “Banned from Boing Boing while the Bombs Are Falling”

  1. Blame Crashon 16 Nov 2012 at 7:06 am

    Well this is hardly a surprise and it should be a learning experience to those who bitterly cling to the notion that “science” is the cold blooded, rational study of things.
    Now, of course, that is the way it should be but it most certainly ain’t the way it really is.
    The truth of the matter is that “science” has been jacked by “political science”. We can all see this with 20/20 vision when we take our blinders off and refuse to worship at the alter of our new state sanctioned science theology.
    Lastly, it’s easy to see why they banned you because we all know that these types of peoples murderous far left political dogma. It’s as cold blooded as that. You can rightly claim that every living thing has an instinctive reaction to protect itself, but that wouldn’t matter an iota with these so called science buffs. It’s all dogma over science now a days. And if anyone dares to follow the party line, they’ll be shunned into silence. That’s what they did to you. It’s something to think about next time you hear someone called a “denier”.

  2. Vectorinspectoron 29 Mar 2014 at 11:23 am

    I had heard about Boin Boing a few days ago and I usually like forums. So I signed up there. I posted a reply in a science Topic about batteries. Then I clicked a few likes in a movies comment. I returned 12 hours later to find I was banned. Apparently this is par-for-the-course with this website. I Googled “banned by Boing Boing” and its chock full of sites commenting on their almost humorous censorship. They have developed quite a reputation.

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