WrongThink has now made The New York Times, in an article on "Alt-Tech" where it is specifically referred to as an alternative to Facebook, in contrast to Gab being Rei & Twitter basically being Yui.
More than a dozen “alt-tech” companies have now emerged, each promising a refuge from political correctness and censorship. There is Gab, a kind of alt-Twitter social network that began last year, whose early adopters included prominent figures like Milo Yiannopoulos and Andrew Anglin, the founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website. There is WrongThink (alt-Facebook), PewTube (alt-YouTube), Voat (alt-Reddit), Infogalactic (alt-Wikipedia) and GoyFundMe (alt-Kickstarter). There is even WASP.love, a dating site for white nationalists and others “wishing to preserve their heritage.”
Although the article is not cast in a positive light, it is noteworthy that WrongThink is being taken more seriously, while currently celebrating the 12 Days of HonkMas.
Things aren’t going much better for WrongThink, which went online in late 2016 with aspirations of becoming a free-speech alternative to Facebook and Twitter. A year later, WrongThink has only about 7,000 registered members, according to the site’s founder, who goes by the username Bane Biddix.
This contest or mini-celebration on Twitter is in direct response to the upcoming purge of users on December 18th, where another exodus away from Twitter is expected, as censorship increases on the platform once again.
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