Steemit Censorship! Are Steemit Whales Abusing Their Steem Power?steemCreated with Sketch.

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There has been lately a push to stop spammers from flooding posts while not really providing anything of value to the actual post. While I see what you are trying to achieve by commenting on new members you are also behaving the same as the hundreds of bots and spammy accounts that are making the platform a bit of a waste of time. Maybe you need to change tack and find a different way to approach new members? For example creating regular posts inviting people to the discord group instead of commenting on other people's posts? Just a suggestion.

I understand your frustration but I also see the point of view of the whales that are trying to stop the spammers from taking over.

I dont think you watch the whole video. Flagging the comments Ok he is right, but flagging my Posts that were not breaking any rules?

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No, you are totally correct! There are some abusing all over the place with their power. Good for you to stick up for your friend!