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What Parlor Social Network Has Been Like Since Kanye West's Takeover

What Parlor Social Network Has Been Like Since Kanye West’s Takeover

** Warning: Some of the comments written in this article may shock. **

On October 18, Kanye West and the parent company of conservative social network Parler announced a “major agreement in media space to support freedom of expression.” In fact, Kanye bought Parlor, one of America’s New Right Twitter clones.

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Since the takeover, especially since being temporarily or permanently suspended from Twitter and Instagram, Kanye West has been taking full advantage of the “paradise” for freedom of expression that the Parlor social network wants to be (ie posting even more comments. Anti-Semitic tendencies) without having to pay the price and consequences.

An example of a publication by a social network (Twitter here) that led to the suspension of Kanye West: an anti-Semitic message sent to Mark Zuckerberg.

Twitter screenshot.

An example of a publication by a social network (Twitter here) that led to the suspension of Kanye West: an anti-Semitic message sent to Mark Zuckerberg.

The discovery of Kanye’s behavior on the alt-right site allows us to better understand how it works and specifically to see if there is another possibility besides this takeover medium.

Anti-Semitism “Barley” Anti-Semitism “Barley”

Rollingstone Went there for an article. After that we did the same to see if “Ye” was going to stick his actions to his word. I apologize to the Jewish people He was tied to Adidas following his breach of contract.

Going back to the date of his second suspension, we see that he simply shared the same post he was banned from, a screenshot of a conversation with Russell Simmons where West says he wants to stay in the US to rebuild his empire. Jewish merchants had to justify contracts. Or try and die.

In a follow-up post, West slammed his former attorney, Bob Cohen, and his Jewish business practices. Protection of their children.

Two posts with anti-Semitic tendencies from Kanye West in Parlor, here against his former lawyer Robert Cohen.

Screenshot @Ye / talk

Two posts with anti-Semitic tendencies from Kanye West in Parlor, here against his former lawyer Robert Cohen.

West added that while he opposes Jewish business practices, “he whispers what everybody else thinks” and that “Jesus is king.” Some accounts also appear in the comments to “endorse” the rapper’s anti-Semitic views.

Another very serious release from Kanye West, and the comments are in response.

Screenshot @Ye / talk

Another very serious release from Kanye West, and the comments are in response.

The string of publications included the direct definition of anti-Semitism, a disdain for the attention of Q-Tip, the MC of the legendary group Quest, and insults against figures such as Maverick Carter or former NBA player Stephen. Jackson.

A series of posts from Kanye West on Parlor.

Screenshot @Ye / talk

A series of posts from Kanye West on Parlor.

Ensuring fit on stage: a difficult task

He recalled PoliticsIf Kanye’s presence on stage is considered a miracle, allowing his expansion into the American conservative ecosystem to continue, it is true that the stage has structural problems and the “safe space” that the parlor provides. A reason for many advertisers or hosts to leave any cooperation with the network.

As a reminder, the application has been temporarily banned from the Android and Apple application stores due to the rapid and uncontrolled proliferation of hateful and anti-Semitic content. This forced the then parent company to change its moderation policy.

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Additionally, the network struggled to create an image of a stronghold in the right-wing ecosystem with 1.2 million in September. PoliticsCompared to 8.9 million visits for Donald Trump’s Truth Social.

Finally, the network has 40,000 active users per day, unlike Twitter and its 237 million active users.

In the ecosystem of online microblogging, it is in its statistics that a new owner should create an alternative to Twitter, and even Truth Social.

What about Quebecers in the parlor?

Our browsing through the social network alt-right parlor did not allow us to come across many profiles of people from the Quebec conservative and conspiratorial sphere. The content on this site is intended primarily for US and English-speaking readers.

In fact, the site is no longer active to this fringe of its members who seem to have left the site. For example, Alexis Cossette-Trudel, the Radio-Québec conspirator, has not shared any content for a year.

An account by popular conspiracy theorist Alexis Gossett-Trudel in Parlor.

Screenshot @RadioQuébec / Talk

An account by popular conspiracy theorist Alexis Gossett-Trudel in Parlor.

Only one French-speaking Quebec blogger by the name of “Chochin” (and Nancy) seems to be active, publishing his content. Personal website Buddhist and New Age leanings or memes.

A screenshot of this Quebec blogger's talk page.

Screenshot @lesoshin / talk

A screenshot of this Quebec blogger’s talk page.

A famous French-speaking conspirator, Sylvie ForgatePublishes continuously at regular intervals.

Sylvie is an example of Fourcade's post-plot.

Screenshot @sylviefourcade / Talk

Sylvie is an example of Fourcade’s post-plot.

This is because many members of the “alt-right” and “Conspi” spheres in Quebec have migrated to more visited sites and less attention is paid to their views. Cop, Odyssey, telegram … and Network lightOur colleague Francis Pilon explained in an article dedicated to Conspirator who raised $60,000 in one month.

As for Trumpism and the stars of the American right, specific figures like Ali Alexander above, one of the organizers of the January 5, 2021 demonstration in Washington DC that evolves into an attack on Capitol Hill the next day, keep posting in Parlor. , most accounts of major figures in the movement have not been published on stage for 1 year or more.