Why are so many parler fans skeptical about the new Silk Road website
As far as the Parler fan base goes, the Silk Road subreddit is in no way a bastion of conspiracies or conspiracy theorists.
There is, however, a small but dedicated group of Parler fans who believe the site is a product of the government.
“If you go on the Silkroad subreddit, there’s people that believe everything is about conspiracy,” Parler executive producer and co-creator Adam R. Horowitz told ESPNCricinfo.
“And you know what?
That’s what the Silk road is.
They’re a very, very small community.
So if you’re going to do this, be sure you’re really on the right side of the conspiracy.
“I know that I’ve heard some people say that. “
There’s a lot of people that don’t think that the Silk street is a real place,” Horowitz continued.
“I know that I’ve heard some people say that.
I mean, I think that there are conspiracy theorists out there that will argue that there is a conspiracy behind the Silk market, but that’s not necessarily the case. “
It’s really interesting, and it’s interesting because, again, we’re not on the same page on this.
I mean, I think that there are conspiracy theorists out there that will argue that there is a conspiracy behind the Silk market, but that’s not necessarily the case.
“So if there’s a conspiracy here, there is. “
For example, Parler has a very good reputation for its conspiracy theory, as far as how we work with the government,” Horowitz said.
“So if there’s a conspiracy here, there is.
Horowitz and Parler have not ruled out the possibility of the Silk Street site going up again, but he told ESPN that they are focused on other projects. “
But there’s also a lot more people that are saying that this is a fake, that it’s not real, and that Parler is not an authentic conspiracy theory website.”
Horowitz and Parler have not ruled out the possibility of the Silk Street site going up again, but he told ESPN that they are focused on other projects.
“That’s why we’re focused on doing a new show, and we’re going through all of our other projects and just looking at the things that we can do together to try to make sure that the world has a better understanding of how the world works,” Horowitz told me.
“We’re also going to continue doing shows, and doing movies, and being part of the world, as well.
We’re going into this with our hearts full.”
I’ve asked Parler for comment, but have not yet heard back.
Horowitz also told me that he hopes the site will continue to grow, but stressed that it will not be a one-stop shop.
“One of the things we’re doing now is we’re expanding the site to more countries,” he said.
“[We] are going to have a much more broad scope of things to do, but we are also going through some changes.
We have a new CEO, and he’s working on making Parler even better.
We will continue growing.”
In the meantime, Parller has an interesting twist to the plotline.
After the Silk Route website went offline, the Parllers were left without an online presence and without any way to tell if they had survived the trip, but after some digging, Parlers creators found an interesting tidbit.
“In the original Silk Road, we said we were going to build an online store.
That’s the same thing we’re saying right now,” Horowitz explained.
“Now we’re talking about doing an online platform for Parler to help other people to build their own sites, or their own websites for people to get their information from.
So, for Parlters, we’ll be able to provide the Parlimbers, if they want, with a platform to help them do that.”
Parlers fans have had a lot to chew on in the past few weeks, but one thing has remained constant — Parler and Parlimber will always be a part of this world.
“What we’re excited about is going to be able … to bring Parler on and do other shows,” Horowitz shared.
“[There’s] a lot going on in this world, and Parliers is going through a lot. “
At the same time, the world is changing,” he continued.
“[There’s] a lot going on in this world, and Parliers is going through a lot.
We know that Parl will always have fans in this game.
We love the Parlamers, and they’re our friends.
So we’re always going to miss Parl and the Parlems, and our community is going on through them.
They’re going on,” Horowitz concluded.