Revealing, eh?

If Parler’s “free speech” website

Don’cha just love the parentheses?

5 thoughts on “Definitions”

  1. Definition


    An explanatory or qualifying word, clause, or sentence inserted into a passage with which it has not necessarily any grammatical connexion, and from which it is usually marked off by round or square brackets, dashes, or commas.

  2. In Guardian world, ‘ Free Speech’ means you can say anything you like, providing it doesn’t hurt the feelings of our superiors or their favoured protected groups.

  3. I used to wonder if the Guardian’s “Comment is Free” section was some sort of sick taunting joke, like Arbeit macht Frei

  4. Well the german phrase is in and of itself correct… The bibble has variants of it in several places, after all…

    Like the Guardian section, context is everything here….

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