Communism seeks control through central banking and central communication. Sound familiar? The federal reserve was created on Jekyll island off the coast of georgia, in order to create central banking and control of the money supply, to promote a communist agenda. If you'll notice the suppression of conservative speech on social media, it is by design, to control communication through central communication. Free ideas and speech and an open mind promotes learning and discussion. Censorship closes knowledge and is the hallmark of communist societies such as north korea who control all communication. The question is, which side will agnostic.com be on? Suppression of speech and killer of knowledge, or the free flow of information and learning?
You're a conservative and grumpy because no one buys the stupid crap you have to say.
So you call us communist and assume you can put Agnostic.com on trial because you're that important.
You aren't that important, neither am I.
Stupid ideas and fallacious claims are what I'm seeing from you, not the communist plot to shut you up that you claim.
The dead giveaway is that it was put on Jekyll island, because that is where they HYDE, HAHA!
These shape changing Jewish commie alien Bilderberg lizard people cannot help but give themselves away by obvious puns and jokes!
They think we are all stoopid, but stoopid like a fox!
David Icke warned us all!
GOTCHA you illuminate barstuds!!!!!
"Communism seeks control through central banking and central communication. Sound familiar?"
Actually, no, not at all. Strong central banks are a feature of capitalist economic systems.
"The federal reserve was created ... in order to create central banking and ... promote a communist agenda."
Central banking has its origins in the founding of this country. Was Alexander Hamilton a communist? Where ever did this notion come from? Bankers, including those who serve on the board of governors or work at one of the regional banks, are among the most capitalist (i.e., least communist) people on the planet!
"Free ideas and speech and an open mind promotes learning and discussion."
"The question is, which side will agnostic.com be on?"
This site is comparable to the commons. Can a location or virtual space where people gather to share views 'take a side?' And are there but two sides to take?