Good to know, thanks.
Got a description for Remove Reddit, if you're interested. Like the others I've typed out, it definitely
needs some work, so feel free to add or remove sections as you see fit:
From the days of #GamerGate to the 2016 election, /pol/'s influence and memetic magic has allowed the board to change the course of human history and alter the very timeline we reside in for the better. But it has not come without its costs, for the exposure of /pol/ to the wider Internet brought it into contact with the most malignant of cancers: Reddit. Ever since discovering /pol/, they have infected and spread throughout the entirety of the board. Their homeland's hugbox of likes and dislikes meant that they had been programmed to ignore proper constructive discussions and favor (You)-baiting to maximize their dopamine intake. Their ignorance of and outright hostility towards the positions of the native /pol/acks caused them to attack the very inhabitants of the board they moved to, leading to the ruination of formerly high-quality generals like 4/sg/. The heavily conservative, pro-Israel Boomers of r/the_Donald and the blind "classical liberal" followers of Sargoy of Cuckad flooded in in such large quantities that there was no hope of ever integrating them into the board culture. It was /pol/'s very own migrant crisis.
But on that fateful day of April 1, 2010 + 7, when /mlp/ and /pol/ were first merged, the Redditors were buried underneath a mountain of pony porn as the nor/mlp/eople indulged in the freedom given to them by their new red-board status. All of the (You)s they had once hoarded and shilled for were stolen by people reacting to the glorious flood of porn. Unable to come to terms with the superiority of horsepussy, and with all of their (You)s gone, they fled from the site with haste, and /pol/ was once again liberated, if only for a brief, wonderous moment.
To this day, we have not forgotten the lessons learned from the years suffering from the Redditor cancer: do not trust Reddit. They are not your friend, they are not your ally. They do not discuss, they do not integrate. They are a malignant growth on the Internet that will spread and kill off their host at a moments notice. When the Day of the Rope comes, you can be certain Reddit will be on the list.