Soyjak.party

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Soyjak.party
Type Imageboard website
Foundation date September 19th, 2020
Creator Soot
Owner Kuz
Total posts 1,800,000+
Homepage Soyjak.party


Soyjak.party, also known as The Party, the 'Party, the 'arty, soy spinoff, soyfag.sharty, soyshart.farty, the 'sharty, and countless other names is an imageboard primarily dedicated to soyjak posting datamining. The party was founded by Soot, announced on /qa/ as "made a shitty imageboard" "basedjaks [sic] must be in every thread".[1] Despite the uncerimonious debut, the date was chosen in order to commemorate the 44th anniversary of the crash of Turkish Airlines Flight 452, of course.

The party has 7 boards, but the majority of its activity is on the soyjak board /soy/, which can get hundreds of posts every hour.[2] A VPN or can be used for privacy or ban evasion since public IPs are not banned from posting, though you will still be tracked thanks to (((SOOT))) formerly being a world leader in datamining technology.

Following the Great Purchase, the reluctant webmaster Soot finally handed over Soyjak.party to Kuz.

Background[edit | edit source]

Where it all started

According to soot, he created the imageboard "as a simple joke", and did not expect it to go far.[3]

Front page of Soyjak.party, taken in July 28 2022

Issues with CSAM[edit | edit source]

The party has long struggled with Child Sexual Abuse Material being uploaded, and has even on several occassions caused the Soyjak.party to go down. [4] In turn, soot has done what he can to combat its spread. The primary uploaders of CSAM to the 'party are primarily unknown, but they commonly use kuz as a scapegoat to cover their tracks.[5]

Some potential suggestions are: The Cirno spammer, p#blm, and the raging swede. In reality though, it is obviously /bant/tranny. -niggers (like p#blm) unleashing these attacks, /bant/ also has a problem with CP spam much like the sharty.

Temporal Death[edit | edit source]

On 9 January, 2022, the sharty was shut down to huge CP spam waves. On 10 January, it was revived. Just a few days later, on January 13th, the site was once again shut down, this time permanently, and with no hope of coming back. Soot said "its over". When our reporters asked "Is it really over?", all soot had to say was: "it's unequivocally, completely, and utterly over".

But thankfully the timelines shifted shortly thereafter and on January 14th it returned with some bugs as soot transferred the site to a new host.

However, as of 23rd of Janurary 2022 the sharty is down again. This time, like the last time, it's gone forever.

Although it is back again. It remains to be seen how many more times soot will have to take down the site before the CP problem is fixed.

Culture[edit | edit source]

Original front page of Soyjak.party, taken on March 3 2022

See also: The faces of party

Soyjak.party has a thriving and enlightened culture cultivated by its many fine users. While the community often unites, it sometimes has dramatic disagreements, as can be seen in the Soyvil War.

Many schisms have formed in Soyjak.party's community over a diverse range of issues such as Islam, Soyjak variants, and Soot's oversight of the website.

Boards[edit | edit source]

After the Five Board Plan was implemented, and later slightly modified, Soyjak.party was consolidated into 11 boards:

  • /soy/ - Soyjak
  • /q/ - The 'party
  • /qa/ - Question & Answer
  • /g/ - Generals
  • /int/ - International
  • /a/ - Anime
  • /pol/ - Politics
  • /r/ - Requests
  • /nate/ - Coal (hidden)
  • /sneed/ - Sneed (hidden)
  • /test/ - test (hidden) (locked)

Former Boards[edit | edit source]

>There is a common misconception that the /sneed/ board was formerly /chuck/. This is NOT the case. Take your meds.

A list of deleted or locked Boards:

There is a common misconception that the /sneed/ board was formerly /chuck/. This is NOT the case. Take your meds.

  • /plier/ - Markiplier (part of the Captain Coal incident)[11]
  • /j/ - janime (part of the Captain Coal incident)
  • /CUNNY/ - CUNNY (part of the Captain Coal incident)
  • /giga/ - Gigachad
  • /r9k/ - ROBOT9999[12]
  • /raid/ - Raid
  • /suggest/ - Suggest
  • /tv/ - Television & Film
  • /x/ - Paranormal/Schizo
  • /b/ - Random
  • /incel/ - Internet Celebrities
  • /muv/ - Music & Video Games
  • /qst/ - Quest
  • /tv/ - Television & Film
  • /x/ - Paranormal/Schizo
  • /webm/ - Videos and GIF
  • /g/ - Technology
  • /bant/ - International/Random



Official Soyjak.party websites[edit | edit source]

Aside from Soyjak.party itself, Kuz owns and runs several other datamining websites meant to supplement Soyjak.party.

See also[edit | edit source]

Citations[edit | edit source]