Cynicism isn't strength, my friend. I'm sorry that you feel you have to be hostile to people.>>45156408
I've never really been there, and I can't really stand even the idea behind Reddit. It's like they took the worst reputation-obsessed parts of the old-time BBS boards and made a site focused around that. The user-defined subreddit system also does nothing but increase factionalism.
I've pretty much exclusively used 4chan since I was in high school. Hell, I was around before /fit/ was even a board. You shouldn't be so obsessed with Reddit, though. I remember trying to "push back" guys from YTMND and Encyclopedia Dramatica and Ebaumsworld, 7chan and minor content aggregators whose names I can't even remember.
Back in like 2006-2007, I even tried to make some kind of organized sagebombing group to "save /b/ from all these noobs" that had come in because of the Habbo Hotel raids, or were invited by friends who had newly discovered the site. It didn't work, of course.
That's all kind of a tangent, but I told you that to tell you this: The more you call people "redditors" and assume that anybody you don't agree with or like is doing so because they come from the site you don't like, the less likely you are to make any meaningful impact? When was the last time somebody being openly hostile to you changed your mind? Hostility aside, if you're wrong about them coming from Reddit, then you just look foolish, if you're right, what do you even anticipate happening? Most likely, they won't give a damn.
If you really want to get rid of "those redditfags", just make the sort of posts you want to see more of. Good content is what's needed, not complaining about bad content.
Besides, I don't pretend to be wise. If I were wise, why the fuck would I still be here? We're all here because we're fundamentally damaged in some way. Why are you here?
Anyhow, I hope you get something out of this post, but most likely, I'll just get a reaction image in response.