Category Archives: Censorship

Censoring news on the Innertubes

Censoring Net news that doesn’t conform to the liberal narrative, that is.

It’s been going on for a while now at Facebook and Instagram, where it often is leftist readers marking conservative news as spam. There’s a war out there.

Via PJMedia

“Call her (redacted) and get her fired”

The latest Leftist vigilante group in Austin is a small UT collective of antifa. They’re doxxing (publicizing names, addresses and phone numbers) every conservative or temporary passerby they can find on campus. Up to and including trying to get the working targets fired. None reported so far among the thirty victims of this liberal lynching.

Via PJMedia

The American Police State Flourishes

“…with its roadside strip searches, government surveillance, biometric databases, [cash and home asset forfeiture], citizens being treated like terrorists, imprisonments for criticizing the government, national ID cards, SWAT team raids, censorship, forcible blood draws and DNA extractions, private prisons, weaponized drones, red light cameras, tasers, active shooter drills, police misconduct and government corruption.”

Even a partial government shutdown is to be encouraged. Less is more.

Social Media

Social media is a crowd looking for a purpose—right wing author and lecturer Ben Shapiro.

That fits Twitter but Facebook is more of a community looking for new members. And, while we’re at it, the iPhone is the world in your hand. So called.

Shapiro: Jealousy of the successful drives the Far Left. But the only thing you’re guaranteed in America is the adventure. What makes a good pilot is the ability to land.

Jordan Peterson: Belief is what you stake your life on.

Via Rubin Report

Anti-Open Borders attacked by Antifa

There’s a reason the Dims rarely criticize Antifa. Its masked, club-wielding wildlings fight for open borders and socialism. Time for a bloody answer?

Via Gateway Pundit

The lying Mediacrats want to censor us

The NYSlimes editorial board is demanding that the feds and corporate America ally to censor conservative social media on the Internet.

Poor gatekeepers, they’ve lost control of the narrative.

“It’s truly remarkable how the same controlled media organizations which whine incessantly about President Trump’s supposed attacks on the free press are the biggest lobbyists for corporate and government censorship attacking the true free press which exists on the internet.”

Ann Coulter remarks: “Consider how strong liberals consider their arguments. They’ve got all of the mainstream media, one hundred percent — ABC, NBC, CBS, all the cable, the major newspapers, the major news magazines, they’ve got Yahoo, AOL. They have the Swamp, they’ve got Hollywood, they have Silicon Valley. And now they’re down to the last corners of the internet. Oh no! Conservatives can speak to one another, we must shut it off!”

Via Gab and Information Liberation

UPDATE:  The Nazis and other Jew haters are a pain but they’re in the minority even on Gab and can be “muted” to not have to engage them. The NYSlimes wants them vanished altogether as “hate speech,” stuffed back into the desktop publishing world, but who’s to say what’s hate. Twitter and Facebook have banned the politically incorrect and conservative along with the true haters. Gab says information must be free and I agree.

Gab’s back

Thanks to a domain-hosting site in Seattle (of all places). Epik’s CEO blogged their reasoning for picking up where GoDaddy (mine own domain host) left off:

“Although, I did not take the decision lightly to accept this domain registration, I look forward to partnering with a young, and once brash, CEO who is courageously doing something that looks useful. As I reflect on my own journey as a truth-seeking tech entrepreneur, I have no doubt that Andrew [Torba, Gab’s CEO] will continue to develop not only as tech entrepreneur but also as a responsible steward — one that can balance bravado with diplomacy and who tempers courage with humility.”

Good luck weathering the digital censorship  storm Epik, and welcome back  to Gab.

Via GeekWire