Conservative voices are being disproportionately silenced by the mainstream social media platforms. If you are looking to add an alternative social media that you won’t be censored on, there are many for you to try out, and I put my profile for you to connect (send me a friend request!). The preferred switch from Facebook and Twitter would be to Wimkin and Parler, respectively.
I suggest you keep your Facebook so you can keep spreading the truth to those who are misinformed! We mustn’t give up just because the tech tyrants are trying to quiet our voices!!! Every voice matters, you never know if you were the beginning of a snowball effect of redpilling.
However, I fully understand that it is preferable to be on a platform with like-minded people, to exchange information with, in a place where you don’t have to walk on eggshells. I have been trying out different alternative social media for the past few months, and I haven’t been censored one time!
There are alternatives to Facebook and Twitter that I have found to be conservative-friendly and user-friendly. Some of them take a slight adjustment period because of their unique technical styles, but it is refreshing to be heard and some are worth getting used to! You just have to find what works for you.
Most of the platforms have very brief policies listed that explain how they only censor things like pornographic material or illegal activity. They all have different rules, but the average Joe wouldn’t encounter any problems because commonly moderates and conservatives naturally abide by the norms of morality.
Check if your Twitter is Shadowbanned
You can use the site below to see if your Twitter has restrictions or is shadowbanned. Mine is not completely shadowbanned, but it apparently cannot be searched for.
UPDATE 10.24.2020: Since writing this article last night, I have had a Search Suggestions Ban added on my Twitter account.
Alternative Social Media Platforms
Wimkin is set up very much like Facebook. This is probably my favorite alternative social media to Facebook. They have been gaining tons of new members lately, and they have an easy to use app. Their app has been having a few technical issues with the influx of members, but they are very good at keeping people updated on that matter. There are also no targeted ads or third party information selling, and you can upgrade to have no ads, but honestly there are like 2 tiny ads on a page, it is not really noticeable.
Parler is set up more like Twitter. Dan Bongino is a partial owner of Parler. It’s basically all in the tweet-retweet format. There is an app for it, and many public figures on the Right are on this platform. Parler is the place where Twitter banned people seek refuge amongst like-minded people.
It has features much like Twitter. It has settings so you can make it so you don’t see graphic/mature content or filter out posts with certain words. Instead of “retweeting” you “echo” people’s posts. One nicer aspect of Parler, as opposed to Twitter, is the length of the post can be up to 1,000 characters (instead of the fraction of that on Twitter).
I don’t believe there are any ways of live streaming on Parler like there is on Twitter. Since I made my Parler in February, the platform has grown exponentially and is adapting to meet the needs of the community.
MeWe is kind of like Facebook, but simpler. They also have an app you can download. Their groups have the ability to post to the group page, and also continuous chats for the members of the group which is a feature I’ve come to love. There are people across all political walks of life, but I’ve never had any problems with anyone on the platform. There is plenty of interaction with other users if you are active on there:
WeGo is less popular it seems. Not much action on there. They did finally make an app, but I have difficulties posting through the app and have to use the web page 80% of the time. They’re set up nicely though and I like how the articles post.
Users earn money through interacting with others, but it isn’t much if you don’t have a huge platform and dedicate all your time to commenting and posting:
There are also “pages” like Facebook, mine is: https://wego.social/baconbreaksitdownarticles/
Codias is interesting, and you can post links “as news” if it has not been posted before. I get followers after I post, but not many people react or share anything. The notifications rarely disappear after looking at them. There is no app for this one as of now:
Clouthub is more like forums from what I’ve seen so far. There are groups you can join to post to different forums. The app is not as user friendly as the website: https://app.clouthub.com/bionicbacon
Minds is not my favorite, and I hardly see any notifications. The few comments I have gotten were mostly neo-Nazi hateful BS. Honestly, I just have it to post my articles to. You earn money (bitcoin) for interactions people have with your posts, but it is nothing if you don’t have a huge sphere of influence. They have an app, and it runs great, it’s just not really my thing: https://www.minds.com/bionicbacon/
Gab is set up more like a forum as well. There are groups for everything and anything. It does not have an app and is seemingly more well rounded when it comes to members on the political spectrum:
You Don’t Have to Settle!
If you are one of the countless conservatives that have been censored on Facebook and Twitter, even shadowbanned like my Facebook, or becoming unsearchable like my Twitter account, you have options! You do not have to settle with the fascistic tech oligarchy!
Try out a new social media platform, I highly encourage you to start with Wimkin and Parler, and let me know in the comments how it works (or has already been working) out for you! Also, if you have any other networks you prefer to these, let me know so I can look into them!
Keep being digital warriors!! Never give up! God bless America!!