Why don't mods delete offtopic threads? I have reported many offtopic threads but they are still up >>>/pol/262185 This thread for example has nothing to do with politics And 1/10th of /pol/ catalog is olympic threads which belong in /ent/ not /pol/
>>8937 They deleted off topic and troll/spam posts I reported. But modding is a lot of work. That too for free.
>>8938 They delete nothing except porn. Just see the first page of /pol/ >>>/pol/262156 >Help me immigrate out of this country. I don't want to live in this shithole anymore where subhumanity is praised, and merit, talent are told to go die. How is this a /pol/ thread? This should be on /b/ >>>/pol/261379 This is a video game thread that should be on /ent/ >>>/pol/260237 A twitter screenshot thread crying about tweets of a no name user. Does this really warrant a separate thread? >>>/pol/262576 An Olympics thread that should be on /ent/ >>>/pol/262584 Another Olympics thread that should be on /ent/ >>>/pol/262451 A thread about an anon blogging about his spam. Nothing about politics in it And this is the first page
>>8937 Aryan overlord is a discordfag(read tranny janny's friend). Thats why he can shit up with his blogposts and offtopic namefag drama threads without catching a ban
>>8940 1st is very political as it deals with the politics of immigration and conditions that results in people wanting to leave this place. Second one is too, political as it deals with the expression of nationalism in media you consume. Third one is about the political opinion of some guy on the internet, it too is political. Olympics thread is also political as it deals with the nature of sports culture in our country and the other the political battle with sports as affront. I agree the last one isn't political but OP is a frequent rule breaker and ban bypasser like (You), only that he doesn't come in /meta/ and whines and seethes about being banned and rule cuckery, just IP hops and does what he likes doing.