Reddit has a problem. On the heels of its CEO announcing a change from its pro-free-speech policy to the new idea of "safe spaces," people across the internet are making fun of the blatant hypocrisy of the site. They rose to power as an anarchy zone like 4chan but without the nastiness, and now they have made a worse kind of nastiness official policy, which is the same policy that Facebook and other social media have: if someone complains, we assume that what you posted was offensive and must be removed. People hate that for good reason. It puts all the power in the hands of some anonymous busybody and strips it away from the user.
To celebrate the decline of Reddit into yet another Facebook clone, we offer some of the best Reddit memes from over the years: