Gunner Q’s recent article on Substack, “Vince Foster’s Arkancide And the Silencing of Alternative Medicine” (archive PDF here), is an excellent read. So I decided to make a comment, and wouldn’t you know, I’m banned from Substack. I think I’ve commented there something like two or three times.
My guess is that when Catacomb Resident was targeted and banned (once and twice), I got carried along with him. I had commented on a couple of his posts with some of the Book of Revelation interpretations that I post here. I had also commented about the coming Solar Micronova and pole shift, which as you know makes me a conspiracy theorist and a crank. Or maybe I just got banned because I had only commented on an author who got banned.
I’m not going to appeal. I’m not going to grovel for having the audacity to do nothing wrong, indeed to spout the truth.
It’s a shame that I can’t post comments on Gunner Q’s work, but it’s also a shame that Gunner Q doesn’t self-host. His host is his enemy, who is at odds with his mission.If someone runs a blog on Substack or WordPress and hasn’t ever been banned by the platforms, they are probably not threatening the official narrative. Catacomb Resident and Gunner Q have both been banned twice, but Dalrock—who notably bowed to his WordPress masters by explicitly refusing to deadname—never was. Toad’s Hall was shut down by WordPress, and Dark Brightness was censored more than once (three times?).
Some churches closed their doors in 2020. Some did not.
There is persecution and then there is persecution.
 Contrary to the Manosphere’s belief, the Red Pill simply isn’t all that threatening to the official narratives of identity politics (including race and gender), climate alarmism, the health care stuff Gunner Q was talking about, abortion rights, etc. Much more threatening is opposing blankslatism, which will get you fired from your professorship or (if you are a scientist) unpublished. The globalist agenda simply doesn’t care about the Red Pill, but it cares very deeply if you peer too closely at crime and education statistics and… notice. If you deny universal biological similarity, you’re more likely to be called a racist and censored.
A blogger can say “women should be under the authority of men” and just be laughed at. It’s no threat. Want to post “Christian” porn? Be their guest. But if a blogger repeatedly deadname or promote detransitioning, they’ll risk bans. If you point out that 13% commit 52% of the crimes, or claim that one in four black men have a felony on their record in their lifetime, you’ll be flagged as a white supremacist (unless you are Bernie Sanders). Go ahead, manosphere, try to do a series of articles on those things and see what happens: find out if you really are a target.