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the disinformation governance board would be the american "ministry of truth"and that cannot be countenanced. make orwell fiction againwow. the US federal government is A LOT more worried about losing control of the informational narrative than i realized.this is some desperate, scary stuff.the department of homeland security is creating a new division and, i kid you not, it’s called the “disinformation governance board.” “boy did i call it or what?” -george orwellthis terrifying new foray into fascist informational suppression claims a narrow mandate, but are any truly fool enough to fall for such an implausible tale, especially right in front of the american mid-terms and right after jen psaki got done telling us about how we need the federal government to be more active in suppressing medical misinformation and russia narratives? ... the cure for bad speech is more speechthe best way to marginalize hateful people is to let them reveal themselvesand censorship is always the greater evil.
Brian Roemmele@BrianRoemmele18 Oct 2021It was 1946 and this lost educational film on despotism was required curriculum at every high school in America.The associated test, 11 pages quizzed students on the concepts.By 1967, this film was removed from all libraries.The term despotism has since become unfashionable
It was 1946 and this lost educational film on despotism was required curriculum at every high school in America.The associated test, 11 pages quizzed students on the concepts.By 1967, this film was removed from all libraries.The term despotism has since become unfashionable
"Death by a thousand cuts" is a mechanism to destabilize, the opposite of myth.Constant and endless criticism any time an institution failed or a wild mob did something foolish, for which the entire culture gets the blame.
May 2, 2022PayPal purges independent media outlets that documented Ukraine war censorshipMany accounts shut down.By Cindy Harper
May 5, 2022Judge rules cops who arrested man over parody Facebook page have qualified immunityCan't be sued for violating free speech.Free speech and what’s known as “qualified immunity,” as well as “overcriminalization” – expansion of the criminal code in the US to address even minor problems in society – is at the heart of a case that started in 2016 with a short-lived parody page Anthony Novak had set up on Facebook.Novak was subsequently arrested and spent several days in jail – much longer than the lifespan of his page critical of the police in Parma, Ohio – a page that was up only 12 hours.In addition, the police confiscated his phone and computer. His “crime” was the humor he was using to express his opinions about the local law enforcement: posts like one “advertising” free abortions performed in a police van, and an “event” under the motto, “Pedophile Reform.”Some Facebook users complained – about ten of them according to court records – but that was enough for the police to go to the trouble of getting three warrants: to arrest Novak, search his apartment, and deal with Facebook. The charge was “using a computer to hinder police duties,” an accusation based on little-known (and in this case, a court eventually found, invoked incorrectly) state law.Novak eventually had a jury trial that resulted in his acquittal. But he then went on to sue the officers who arrested him for violating his constitutional rights. However, the US Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit did not support his claims.Judge Amul Thapar found that while what Novak posted on Facebook was protected speech, the way he went about setting up his parody page did not qualify as that – because he used the same profile picture as the local police department and removed a comment saying this was not an official page. And “when the Department tried to clarify that Novak’s page was imitating its own, he copied the official page’s clarification post word for word,” said Thapar.Nevertheless, the judge found that the officers did qualify for something called “qualified immunity” – a status stemming from lack of legal precedent that protects government officials who are accused of violating constitutional rights.This last part of the ruling means that Novak was unable to have another jury trial and argue his case regarding the violation of free speech rights allegation.
April 29, 2022This Scary Experiment Explains Two Years of COVID HellBy Vic HughesIn case you were wondering why all views contrary to the Official Narrative have been canceled, it's because of the Asch Conformity Experiment.We have just gone through a nationwide, and actually a worldwide, Asch Conformity Experiment. As implied, the goal of the experiment was not to get to the truth. It was to get conformity. Only conformity is allowed.Asch showed that people will actually believe things that they know to be false if they think everybody else believes those things. That is the point of the COVID nightmare experiment we just lived though. You must believe:COVID is hugely riskier than it actually was, so any actions are justified.Vaccines are your only hope, even though the technology has never worked.Vaccines are safe and effective, although they were tested for only a few months.The unvaxxed are subhuman murderers, to be shunned and even left to die.Not wearing a known-to-be-useless mask is a sign of relentless selfishness.Children, who are at almost no risk, must be vaxxed, or they will kill Granny.None of these makes sense. However, no dissent can be allowed because the Asch Conformity Experiment showed that if one person stands up to the narrative, it is easier for the second one to dissent. Then another and another stand up, and then control is lost.That is why every dissenting voice must be silenced. If one person cries, "The Emperor has no clothes," people will see the naked truth. And that can't be allowed.What is the Asch Experiment? ...
May 5, 2022UK train worker sues after being fired for Zoom hot mic where he disputed idea of “white privilege”Another example of people being fired for their opinions.By Cindy HarperPosted 6:51 pmThe West Midlands Trains in the UK is getting sued by a former employee who was dismissed for questioning white privilege after a virtual diversity training session. 60-year-old Simon Isherwood, who worked as a rail conductor, was fired for gross misconduct.After the diversity training held in March 2021, Isherwood forgot his microphone was still on and, speaking to his wife, some colleagues heard him questioning white privilege. He was then reported by colleagues who were “angered” by the comments.“I couldn’t be arsed because I thought, ‘you know what, I’ll just get fucking angry,’” Isherwood said, as reported by The Telegraph.“You know what I really wanted to ask?… and I wish I had, do they have black privilege in other countries? So, if you’re in Ghana?…” Isherwood was heard telling his wife.He argued that the comments were private and he was not aware his microphone was still on when telling his wife he felt the diversity trainers were “indoctrinating their views” that “implied all white people are racist – but I’m not.”Isherwood was suspended pending an internal probe. He was later dismissed after the internal probe found that he had “caused offense, brought the company into disrepute and breached our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy and the Code of Conduct.”
May 22, 2022“Hate speech:” Facebook censors Senator Marsha Blackburn for saying biological males shouldn’t compete in women’s sportsThe post was deleted.
Ezra Levant 🍁🚛 retweeted@RT_com15h@RT_com's account has been withheld in Belgium, Austria, Bulgaria, Sweden, Croatia, Spain, Slovenia, Cyprus, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Romania, Portugal, Poland, Denmark, Netherlands, Estonia, Malta, Luxembourg, Finland, France, Lithuania, Germany, Greece, Latvia, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, United Kingdom in response to a legal demand.
Jennifer Sey@JenniferSeyMay 27As we’ve been saying… Are WE allowed to say it now that he is? I mean without getting fired? Or do we just continue to take our punishment and let the Davos crowd tell us when we can ask questions?Syd Fizzard 🍁@SydFizzardMay 26Bill Gates on a panel at the annual Davos meeting: "The idea of checking if people are vaccinated, you know if you have breakthrough infections, what's the point?"See all of our coverage at WEFreports.com
Man jailed in UK for posting memes of George Floyd in Whatsapp & Facebook group chatsEx-police officer James Watt appeared in Birmingham's magistrate's court for sharing 10 memes about George Floyd in a WhatsApp group chat.
Jenin Younes@Leftylockdowns14hAlex Gutentag, one of the most thoughtful, insightful team reality members, who wrote some absolutely stunning essays, was suspended for the tweet below. Mind you, it just states some facts. This is unreal
@LionAdvocacy21hUnder the Access to Information Act, I requested a copy of the document clarifying how the Vaccine Injury Support Program is managed by a private third-party. Public Health or the third-party redacted a lot of it. Even the section requiring an “open and transparent” process.Jun 15, 2022
@Arnie1974·18hIs It Any Surprise? The Companies Censoring Speech Are Benefitting Each Step of the WayDr. Naomi Wolf: "Google is invested in the vaccines. Gates, of course, is invested in the vaccines. Zuckerberg, through his nonprofit, is invested in the vaccines, and they're invested in the vaccine passports. And they're invested in the testing, they harvest the data, and they also benefit. They're all up like 20 to 25% net revenue in the last two years."
Twitter has suspended a doctor for sharing the study that shows men who received Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine had lower levels of semen and a loss in motile sperm count.Dr. Andrew Bostom, with the Brown University Center For Primary Care and Prevention, shared the peer-reviewed study on June 19.