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Charles Barkley says he's going to retire from TV by 2023 because "you can’t even have fun nowadays" without jerks "trying to get you canceled"
Canada’s public broadcaster CBC has announced that it is experimenting with turning off Facebook comments. CBC’s audiences will not be able to share their thoughts on the outlet’s pages for a month.Comments will be disabled on all CBC Facebook pages for its journalistic division – News, Current Affairs and Local – and the decision will affect all news links and video posts, the media organization announced in a blog post on its website.The reason given for the move is: the mental fragility of its journalists, but also of Canada’s general population, which, as a public broadcaster, CBC said it has the obligation to protect by preventing “the harm from comments” that might be inflicted on its audience, employees, and those they report about.
Australia: Police used covid tracing data in criminal investigations (after promising they never would)Just as expected.
Antitrust lawmakers decry Big Tech monopolies yet host their press conference inside Facebook’s walled gardenInstead of promoting alternatives, the lawmakers directed viewers to a Big Tech stream.
What will cause the majority (which includes all minorities) to unite against the globalists tyranny?
I was about 90% sure that Trump would win, he couldn't have imagined a weaker opposing candidate.
NO MA'AM (National Organization of Men Against Amazonian Masterhood)
Florida’s ‘Cavalry’ Helps Secure the Border: ‘You’ve Got a Storm and We’re Coming to Help You’BY PATRICIA TOLSON June 18, 2021At a June 16 press conference, Florida’s Ron DeSantis became the first governor to answer the plea for help from fellow Republican governors—Doug Ducey of Arizona and Greg Abbott of Texas—by authorizing the deployment of law enforcement resources to help secure the border.
Other high level findings include: Saudi Arabia is the App Store with most LGBTQ+ related apps unavailable (28 apps) followed by China (27). 6 out of the top 10 App Stores with censored LGBTQ+ content are in Sub-Saharan Africa.Among the top 20 LGBTQ+ Apps (as identified in the U.S. App Store), 13 are unavailable in one or more countries, including the top 3: Grindr, Taimi and OkCupid. The majority of these most popular apps are unavailable in more than 20 countries.The least available LGBTQ+ apps, globally, are: weBelong – Find Your Community (unavailable in 144 App Stores)Hinge: Dating & Relationships (unavailable in 135 App Stores) Qutie - LGBT Dating (unavailable in 115 App Stores) Adam4Adam Gay Dating Chat A4A (unavailable in 80 App Stores)Trans - Transgender Dating (unavailable in 77 App Stores)
Roger Waters, founding member of Pink Floyd (and probably now considered a terrorist in America due to his anti-government lyrics), announced that he recently turned down a huge offer from Facebook, who wanted to use one of his songs in an advertisement.The song Facebook, wanted to use (to promote Instagram) was "Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2", which boasts the line "we don't need no thought control." And that's absolutely ironic as can be.The stage for Waters' announcement was gorgeous, as well: he was at an event held in support of WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange, which was a perfect setting.They want to use the song to "make Facebook and Instagram even bigger and more powerful than it already is so that it can continue to censor all of us in this room and prevent this story about Julian Assange getting out to the general public," Waters mentions during the event.Here's the video, and below I'll type it out for you incase you're at work or around one of your snowflake liberal friends [also, language warning]:[This is] a request for the rights to use my song, "Another Brick in the Wall 2" in the making of a film to promote Instagram. So it's a missive from Mark Zuckerberg to me, right—arrived this morning—with an offer of a huge amount of money. And the answer is [flowerbed] you! No [flowerbedding] way. And I only mention that because this is an insidious movement of them to take over absolutely everything. So, those of us who do have any power, and I do have a little bit, in terms of the control of the publishing of my songs I do anyways. So I will not be a party to this [bullbird] Zuckerberg.So Roger Waters ain't havin' it. Not in the slightest.And that makes me so incredibly happy because this shows me that not Republicans, not conservatives, but THE PEOPLE... ARE WINNING.Waters gets slightly more upset toward the end of this vid, and goes on to mention FaceMash, an app created by Zuckerberg before he invented Facebook:How did this little prick who started off by saying, 'She's pretty, we'll give her a four out of five. She's ugly, we'll give her a one.' How did he get power in anything? And yet here he is, one of the most powerful idiots in the world."So yeah, Zuck... if you're gonna try to get someone's song for one of your ads, try looking for someone who doesn't hate techno-fascism with a passion.
June 18, 2021Lawsuit against Twitter reveals how it works with Democrats to censorLawsuits fighting back against Big Tech censorship at the behest of public officials are mounting.
The woke have obliterated our nation's ability to critically think and respond to crises:Scientist Backing Probe Into Wuhan Lab: Some Peers Delayed Probing Lab Theory Because They Didn’t Want ‘To Be Associated With Trump’...NOT BEING ASSOCIATED WITH TRUMP WAS MORE IMPORTANT THAN UNCOVERING THE TRUTH OF A VIRUS THAT'S KILLED MILLIONS WORLDWIDE AND THE MACHINATIONS OF AN ORWELLIAN REGIME THAT ENSLAVES A BILLION PEOPLE.
Patrick,why Pacific Northwest, and not a more reasonable State such as TX, FL, AZ, UT?
My RE taxes were decreasing last 2 years but this year I will get reamed by 10% increase.