Net Neutrality Wasn’t Neutral

Here is a recent article from Judicial Watch. Everyone should give these guys some money. =========== Judicial Watch Asks Supreme Court to Restrain FCC Ability to Impose Government Control Over the Internet Through “Net Neutrality”. December 15, 2017. President Obama and his minions spent eight years illicitly drawing as much power as they could to Washington […]

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Net Neutrality: Who Backs It

It is never really the intention of the New York Times to disseminate information. It is all propaganda and talking points, just WMD in Iraq, all the time. But sometimes the narrative is a bit threadbare and some information can actually be discerned amongst the polemic and advocacy. The recent article, summarized bellow, on Net […]

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Censorship Engines: Twitter Employs ANTIFA As Censors

This report is very impressive. A detailed study of how Twitter executives are working with ANTIFA to censor Twitter accounts and content. The original report has a lot of screenshots: TwittPocrisy: CEO of Twitter Jack Dorsey follows ANTIFA ex-troll employee who condones Kelly Ellis TwittPocrisy: CEO of Twitter Jack Dorsey follows ANTIFA ex-troll employee who condones […]

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Censorship Engines: Facebook Outsourcing Its Blacklisting?

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11109/france-islamists-facebook Yves Mamou France: Facebook Islamists Hunt in Packs. Gatestone Institute, October 13, 2017. [author’s summary] Fatiha Boudjalat, the co-founder of the secularist movement Viv(r)e la Republique, is a prominent figure of anti-Islamism in France. She is interviewed regularly on television and radio, and her op-eds are regularly published in Le Figaro. Recently, on Facebook, […]

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Censorship Engines: USA, Sweden, Indonesia

Youtube labels a Cernovich video exposing the Swedish Muslim rape epidemic as Hate Speech and restricts views: Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸‏Verified account ‪@Cernovich 3h3 hours ago YouTube has labeled our documentary on rape in Sweden as hate speech, YouTube supports rape. Meanwhile: “Online Content: Indonesia Prods Google and Twitter”, in Wall Street Journal, August 9, 2017. […]

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