I have two problems with the latest massive Reddit exodus to Voat: it's massive and it's coming from Reddit.
On a more serious note, in the last couple of days the number of accounts on Voat has doubled, meaning that the number of actual active users has gone up by an even higher factor since the newcomers are more likely to participate on the site than the forgotten old accounts (like my alt, for example), effectively overtaking Voat. At this moment, I have seen numerous complaints about rules set in place regarding voting limits, complaints regarding different mods on subverses with the same names as their counterpart subreddits, demands for those mods to give over the reigns of power, hogging of every possible username that might be even remotely interesting, and an influx of stupid puns that now get upvoted through the roof. I can live with all of that though. What I can't really live with is the FPH community.
Let me explain. I think that they should never have been banned on Reddit. That decision was stupid, and it is likely to cost the Reddit admins money in the long term. However, I was content with them being a smaller fringe group that would spew hate towards overweight people in their own little corner. What I am not alright with is that Voat has now become the "FPH website" or a rallying point for them to regroup.
Think of it this way. If I live in a nice neighborhood, I can cope with a racist old man living on the corner who sometimes mutters to himself about how "niggers have ruined America", provided he is actually peaceful and the rest of community just views him as a harmless old nutter. If, on the other hand, half of the neighborhood is chanting "kill all blacks", I will get the hell out of there even though I am Caucasian.
Similarly, I don't think I will be staying at Voat for much longer. I had great hopes for it when I first signed up, but at this point it is filled with hate posts and meta posts about Reddit. I have donated to it in the last, but I believe that the money is better to go to places like Hubski, or actual charities. Or even a cup of coffee for me, but not to a place that has become what it is right now.