Get ready for Censorship like Mad

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2022 Feb 23, 2:58pm   120,506 views  731 comments

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Under the "Russian Operative" excuse.

It's coming, and it will encapsulate the Social Justice Revolution as part of American Canon, so to criticize it will be subject to censorship.

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311   Patrick   2022 Dec 28, 11:36pm  

Let's compare arrests for social media posts in Britain vs Russia:


314   richwicks   2023 Jan 1, 10:01pm  

Patrick says

Signal is NOT a secure app. It uses a server which is entirely unnecessary. You don't need this for communication, you can do this with P2P. Anything that has a server in the middle should be assumed to be insecure. It allows a man in the middle attack.

Plenty of services claim end to end encryption - Skype does, WhatsApp does - they are LYING.

For god's sake, I wish people would realize this. There's no way to authenticate that you are actually talking to the person you think you're talking to with a non P2P system, you could be talking to a man in the middle, and the man in the middle just relays the message to the person you THINK you're talking to.
320   Patrick   2023 Jan 5, 7:24pm  


Independent journalist Matt Taibbi has warned that he believes the federal government is trying to censor most Big Tech companies, including Facebook and Google.

Taibbi is one of the journalists tasked by Elon Musk to expose social media censorship by detailing his findings in several installments of the “Twitter Files.”

After taking over the company in late October, Musk has given a handful of reporters exclusive access to Twitter’s internal communications files.

The files have revealed a disturbing culture of censorship that has seen American citizens, mostly conservatives, shut down and silenced on Twitter over their political views.

In a direct violation of the First Amendment, the files show that Twitter executives had been colluding with federal government officials to suppress free speech on the platform.

However, Taibbi has warned that his findings show that the government’s censorship efforts are not just limited to Twitter.

Speaking during a new interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson, Taibbi says the “Twitter Files” reveal that the government was also trying to sway speech on other platforms like Facebook and Google.

“In relative terms, Twitter is a smaller player,” Carlson said to Taibbi.

“You have Facebook and Google that dwarf it in size.

“We’ve got to assume that those two companies are as penetrated as Twitter has been, don’t we?”
322   Patrick   2023 Jan 9, 12:38pm  


The Steady and Alarming Extension of Federal Power Against US Citizens Since 2002
When did the White House get in the business of censoring US citizens?

Peter A. McCullough

... It’s not the executive himself, but the career administrators—the denizens of the “Deep State”—who call the shots. If the executive is a relatively young, vigorous, free-thinking individual, he may find himself coming into conflict with these administrators, particularly if they have held their offices and amassed influence over a long period of time. If, on the other hand, the executive is intellectually weak or perhaps old and frail, his occupation of the office may give the administrators free rein to do as they please for themselves and their friends.

This scenario came to mind this morning when I saw an Epoch Times report on how the White House has sent E-mails to social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter, directing them to censor prominent public speakers such as Tucker Carlson and Robert F, Kennedy, Jr. There was a time not so long ago when a White House censorship program against U.S. citizens would have seemed unthinkable. How did the Executive Branch obtain power to censor U.S. citizens? Did Congress pass a law in violation of the First Amendment, authorizing the executive to abridge the freedom of speech? ...

In response to my post last Friday—Is the USA No Longer a Constitutional Republic?—our colleague and legal scholar par excellence, Katharine Watt at the Bailiwick News Substack, sent me the following drum roll of laws passed by Congress and the President, expanding the power of the federal government to do whatever it pleases under the guise of protecting us. ...

In other words, if you question the state’s “emergency powers” and its actions to quell purported emergencies, it seems you will find little refuge in the United States Constitution. The broad powers amassed by the federal government since 2002 have apparently enabled the state to deem you a “misinformation spreader” or “domestic terrorist” and censor and even detain you.
324   Patrick   2023 Jan 10, 8:31pm  


Former Top CIA Analyst Condemns FBI For Censorship & Misinformation
"Joe McCarthy would have loved to have that kind of control," says Martin Gurri, author of the seminal 2018 book, "The Revolt of Public," about government influence over Twitter. ...

The Internet in general, and social media in particular, argues Gurri, mean that the elites can no longer control the public conversation as they once could. They struggle to “manufacture consent.” Anybody can start a Substack or Twitter account, and anybody can go viral. That technological revolution is resulting in political revolutions. ...

I come from Cuba. When did it happen that protecting democracy entails Chinese methods of handling information? What happens in China is what happens here. Somewhere a party hack comes to you and says, “That’s not the word to use,” or “The party doesn’t want that opinion.” And Twitter became an instrument of control for the state and the party in power.

I’ll try to put it in a bigger context. What you’re seeing is a reaction to the revolt of the public. This is the elites saying we want to return the information sphere to the front page of the New York Times to circa 1975. And that’s where it gets weird. You use moral shaming with BLM. You use medical panic with covid. And, last of all, you bully people. The FBI comes at you and says, “Can you take this down? And what about this and that and the other thing?”
326   Patrick   2023 Jan 10, 10:52pm  


The White House emailed Facebook to ask the company to censor Tucker Carlson because he voiced independent thoughts about the vax

327   Patrick   2023 Jan 11, 10:58am  


Released Emails Reveal Pfizer Board Member Pressured Twitter to Censor Vaccine Criticism

In May 2021, emails revealed that Scott Gottlieb, a Pfizer board director and former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner, had sought help from the social media platform Twitter to censor vaccine related tweets. This was seen as an attempt to manipulate public opinion around vaccines, which has raised concerns about pharmaceutical companies’ influence on the internet.
328   Patrick   2023 Jan 12, 8:03pm  


Facebook Bans All Content Supportive of Pro-Bolsonaro Protests in Brazil

330   Patrick   2023 Jan 13, 5:58pm  

This guy was absolutely correct, yet he is still banned by Twitter:

332   Patrick   2023 Jan 16, 9:03pm  


January 16, 2023 at 1:46pm
Ernest Ramirez says he wanted to do the right thing for his son, so he decided to have 16-year-old Ernesto take the COVID-19 vaccine.

After all, what was the harm? Ramirez was told the vaccine was 100 percent safe.

Five days later, on April 24, 2021, his son died from complications related to an enlarged heart, Ramirez told LifeSiteNews.

Soon after his son’s death, Ramirez says, he received a call from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. According to him, agency officials asked him to change the cause of death for his son to “COVID.”

Ramirez says they offered to help him financially in exchange for doing so. ...

“Seven months later, after FEMA contacted me and asked me to change the cause of death [of] my son to COVID so that they could help me financially, I told them I would never do that,” he said at the rally.

“I would definitely never disrespect my son in that way.”

FEMA’s website says the agency provides as much as $9,000 toward funeral expenses in cases where “death was attributed to COVID-19.


Chief Nerd
Ernest Ramirez on How FEMA Tried to Coerce Him to Change the Cause of Death for His Son After He Died From the Pfizer Vaccine
333   Patrick   2023 Jan 16, 10:50pm  


if you don't like the data, stop reporting it? ONS edition
there has been a worrying trend of data series being eliminated by health agencies when they trend against covid vaccines. it's time we demanded to know why. ...

this same trend has been much in evidence from canada and australia to the CDC who infamously stopped reporting all manner of all causes deaths for months on end to do “system maintenance” in the middle of a declared emergency. what they brought back online raised more questions than it answered.

most agencies will not even report all cause mortality by vaccine status at all, much less in a format that allows you to measure it from jab one and not from “last jab +14 or +21” which can be so badly misleading.

it’s honestly incredibly jarring when you actually step back and see the totality:

during the most allegedly dangerous pandemic in decades in which countless rushed and high-cost “mitigations” from lockdowns to distancing to travel bans to masking and warped speed vaccines with never before approved in humans methods of action, the agencies who have the information needed to assess the efficacy of these interventions have been systematically suppressing and slanting the data.
334   Patrick   2023 Jan 17, 8:31am  


It’s interesting to consider that the CDC was founded in 1946 as an outgrowth of a malaria eradication programme, and that it took less than three generations for it to metastasise from those small beginnings into the hypervaccinating mass-containing thought-policing pharmaceutical scam-promoting multidimensionally tentacled tumorous vampire squid that it is today. With every crisis, every crusade and every bad flu season, it’s gotten just a little bigger, a little more comprehensive, down to the present moment, in which it’s soliciting an algorithm that will identify opinions it doesn’t like, in advance of anyone even having heard of them.
336   Patrick   2023 Jan 18, 7:38pm  


Canada’s government has launched a major taxpayer-funded effort to censor the Canadian people online, arguing that “disinformation” is threatening the nation’s “democracy.”

The Canadian government is pumping millions of tax dollars into “research projects” that claim to “combat online disinformation.”

A total of 16 such schemes will receive a whopping $1.2 million of taxpayer money each.

In an announcement about the move, the federal government’s Department of Canadian Heritage justified the effort by insisting that censoring the public online is “essential” to “preserve democracy.”

Where they define "disinformation" is any true information that exposes the lies of people in power.
337   Patrick   2023 Jan 22, 6:07pm  


Facebook Gave CDC De Facto Access to Censor ‘Misinformation’

They were censoring truth about the dangerous and ineffective vaxx in order to get more people take it, resulting in many more deaths.

Facebook censorship caused mass death.
338   Patrick   2023 Jan 25, 9:11am  


The big question: Was the federal government involved in this restriction of freedom of expression in Germany?

Now it comes out: There was a secret corona summit between the federal government and US corporations, which had the fight against allegedly false information on the agenda.
339   richwicks   2023 Jan 26, 12:48am  

Patrick says

Facebook censorship caused mass death.

Not just Facebook. The entire corporate media did this, as did Google, and Twitter. Our government colluded in this, our FBI did this.

10 years ago I felt, maybe, there was a systemic corrupt system running not only our government but our major companies. Today, it's quite easy to see it. We really are in a totalitarian dictatorship.

Our defense is the First Amendment. If that goes down, it's going to lead to civil war in time. The people who own weaponry are NOT going to give them up, and they are the ones, who BY FAR control the means of food production. It will be a war between urban and rural populations, and the rural populations have far more ex military than the urban areas. I will starve to death in the conflict. This is why the communists in Russia attacked food production first. Bill Gates is a major farm owner, but in a civil war, law will be irrelevant.
340   mell   2023 Jan 26, 9:58am  

Patrick says


The big question: Was the federal government involved in this restriction of freedom of expression in Germany?

Now it comes out: There was a secret corona summit between the federal government and US corporations, which had the fight against allegedly false information on the agenda.

German government uses the 3rd reich as a perma excuse for censoring and other totalitarian meausures. Similar to raycysm here. Germans are bigger sheeple than US citizens though, I don't expect any uprising there. They even just fired the defense minister who was blocking the sending of tanks to corrupt Ukraine, the new one is on board with the global agenda and declared war on russia. The people have been brainwashed and thus no power. You have to give props to the globalists marxists as they turned one of the most pacifist/peaceful nations (post WW2 due to WW2 guilt/wounds) into active warmongers again, first kosovo, now ukraine. We are at war with Eurasia!
342   Patrick   2023 Jan 29, 11:27am  


Lee Fang
Jan 28
The “Hamilton 68” dashboard was a high level scam to falsely accuse Russian influence behind everything. Their entire opaque system was a fraud, and virtually every media outlet fell for it. Everyone from NYT to Mother Jones should post a correction:

343   Patrick   2023 Jan 30, 10:29am  

Patrick says

The “Hamilton 68” dashboard was a high level scam to falsely accuse Russian influence behind everything. Their entire opaque system was a fraud, and virtually every media outlet fell for it. Everyone from NYT to Mother Jones should post a correction

345   richwicks   2023 Feb 6, 11:44pm  

Patrick says

heir entire opaque system was a fraud, and virtually every media outlet fell for it.

They didn't fall for it, they had an excuse to report on something they knew was false.

You don't work as a journalist, your job is not to know what is going on, yet you do and you knew this was bullshit. Do you think "journalists" are so much more uniformed than YOU are, when you do this shit in your spare time?

That was my problem for a long long time, I thought I was "smart". I'm not smart. I'm simply not stupid, and although I'm far more educated than journalists are in some ways, I am not more educated about what is going on in the world than they are. They just lie about what is going on in the world. Their job isn't to inform the public, it's to propagandize the public. Don't make the mistake of thinking journalists are stupid and befuddled, they aren't. They are dishonest.

They are active, intentional, liars. That's their actual job. They are to "journalists" like "fact checkers" are to people actually checking facts. Fact checkers don't check facts, and journalists don't do journalism.
346   Patrick   2023 Feb 8, 8:32pm  


On January 25, 2023, Ghent University banned the use of my book The Psychology of Totalitarianism in the course “Critique of Society and Culture”. That happened in the aftermath of a media storm that erupted in September 2022 following my interviews with Tucker Carlson and Alex Jones. ...

I continued articulating my own opinion anyway, but not without consequences. I was kicked out of the consortium for clinical psychology of the Faculty of Psychology in 2021. The rationale was that my colleagues no longer wished to associate with me due to my public statements about mass formation during the corona crisis. That was pretty honest and straightforward language: excommunication for dissent opinion.

In September last year, another step was taken. This was when the Faculty of Psychology decided to investigate my scientific integrity and whether the teaching material I use in the course “Critique of Society and Culture” is of adequate quality.

This procedure against me, which eventually led to the banning of my book in January 2023, is quite complex. It reads a bit like Franz Kafka.
350   Patrick   2023 Feb 12, 5:15pm  


I am witnessing, as I see them seated primly in rows in a Congressional hearing room, the very faces — the somber, ill-cut but costly blue suits, the bad wire-rimmed glasses, the judgmental expressions — of those who were personally responsible for the misery, trauma, reputational damage, shattered dreams, and loss of income, in my one life, over the course of last two and a half years.

Here at last are the very people who took it upon themselves, or who oversaw their colleagues, to single me out, to collude with the White House, and with Carol Crawford of CDC, and with DHS perhaps, to suspend me — following an accurate tweet of mine that warned women of menstrual harms following mRNA injection. ...

There, onscreen, present at last, is Yoel Roth, “Former Twitter Head of Trust & Safety” - with that oddly prim, pursed mouth that these technocrats all seem to have; with those fingertips touching each other, presenting himself as if he is the moderator of reality itself, and as if he finds himself in the presence of something that smells bad. ...

There is Anika Collier Navaroli, “Former US Safety Policy Team Senior Expert,” talking about “dangerous speech”. There is her pale-gray jacket, her earnest if not bullying posture, as she leans forward, passionately describing the terrifying nature of freedom of speech. ...

There is former Twitter counsel, former “head of legal, policy and trust” at Twitter, Ms Vijaya Gadde, with her slightly more polished look and her sapphire-colored jacket; a package that proves however only that pure evil can be as well dressed and coiffed as not. There Ms. Gadde is, prevaricating when Rep Nancy Mace (R-SC) asks her directly if Twitter ever censored Americans pursuant to demands from the Government. After Ms. Gadde’s mumbled gibberish in response, haplessly phrased in the passive voice, Rep Mace thanked Ms Gadde for admitting that Twitter had become a “subsidiary” of the FBI in illegally violating the First Amendment rights of Americans. ...

These are the people who decided to remove the accurate tweet of mine about menstrual symptoms subsequent to MRNA vaccines, that could have saved millions of women from the current agony and infertility that they now endure. These are the people who obeyed the instructions of their colleagues in government to censor me.

Nothing will change unless Roth, Navaroli, and Gadde are hanged for conspiring with the FBI to violate the First Amendment and for undermining US elections far beyond anything the Russians actually did.

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