fuel for @idio3
Can I get some links to the worst Snopes "fact-checking" articles? I'm particularly interested in the ones where they are pedantic in their wording/phrasing of the "claim" they're fact checking, or the ones where they pretty much acknowledge that the claim is true but then try to nitpick little details or otherwise distract from the core of the claim.
Edit: if you're wondering what prompted me to.make this thread, go search "snopes is terrible" on Google, then on DuckDuckGo.
pretty self explanatory
Edit: lol it's been 1 year...shit
- ForgotMyPasswordAgain: Russian misinformation slava ukrani
You can rest easy. Also, I told you so.
This is the new block feature in action. Pin this submission if you think I'm a tard.
Brazil’s ignoble history of irresolution and indeterminacy, coupled with a dualized society in which hustling is essential to survival, gave birth to Brazilian cynicism. Increasingly, the West is coming to ape this same pattern. Not only does there seem to be no way past capitalist stagnation, but politics is characterized by a void between people and politics, citizens and the state. The ruling class’s relation to the masses is one of condescension. Elites call anyone who revolts against the contemporary order racist, sexist, or some other delegitimizing term. They also advance outlandish conspiracy theories for why electorates have failed to vote for their favored candidate—most visibly with “Russiagate” in the United States and beyond. This phenomenon, dubbed Neoliberal Order Breakdown Syndrome, only breeds further cynicism in Western publics, who are increasingly taken with conspiracy theories of their own. This is another Brazilian speciality: in a country with very low levels of institutional trust and plentiful examples of actual conspiracies, conspiracy theories flourish.
Revolts against the establishment, when they aren’t driven by QAnon-style derangement, wield the weapon of anti-politics, whereby not only formal politics, but representation and political authority itself are rejected. Anti-politics tends to result in either a delegitimation of democracy itself, leading to authoritarian rule, or it prompts technocrats to learn from populists, returning to the scene promising an end to corruption and real change. The result is the same sort of distant, out-of-touch politics that prompted anti-political revolts in the first place. Brazil’s history from 2013 to 2019 is this dynamic presented in pure, crystallized form. But the same pattern is visible in Italy’s Five-Star Movement, the anti-corruption protests that led to Viktor Orbán’s ascent in Hungary, Trump, and Boris Johnson’s technopopulist attempt to defuse Brexit.
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Of course nobody in the comment section states the obvious reason why NPM is a dependency clusterfuck: webshitters using a library for everything because they can't code worth a damn.
suck it latinx and euros
prepare yourselves for massive seethe and cope
Edit: not sure if this was Olympics or what, who cares, US beat Mexico at soccer
The same user has another submission titled "Help with oxy induced bloodshot eyes". This is clearly someone from whom you should take advice.