In light of the recent showcasing of Alphabet’s political partisanship (a search engine I will not name directly to avoid getting unfairly punished more via their corrupt ranking “algorithms”), and the overall collusion of big tech companies siding with radical, communist ideologues, this post is just a reminder of all the alternatives you have that offer politically apathetic platforms for their users. Generally these platforms are free from government meddling, privacy violations, censorship, and radically enforced political correctness:
My new app, Casual Events, incidentally serves as a politically apathetic alternative to Meetup.
Meetup openly encourages political animosity through it’s push of “#resist” hashtags and suggesting its users to “join a movement” right off the bat. A significant number of its staff, like much of big tech and Silicon Valley, are also affiliated with radical political organizations. It is clear that the postmodern subject matter disseminated in university and college have led way to the Western version of the Red Guard.