Freedom of Speech and Censorship
If Private Platforms Use Government Guidelines to Police Content, is that State Censorship?
July 2 2021
YouTube’s decision to demonetize podcaster Bret Weinstein raises serious questions, both about the First Amendment and regulatory capture.
13 min segment Important
AND here is the full Livestream #85
“In this 85th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens.
In this episode, Bret begins with a monologue on YouTube, Google, the allegory of the cave, David and Goliath, and more, before we switch off YouTube and stream solely from Odysee. We then discuss what counts as a positive Covid test from the CDC’s perspective, and why their answer differs depending on whether you’ve been vaccinated or not. How will we know how many vaccine breakthrough cases are happening given how the data are being handled? We discuss OSHA’s move to obscure data on breakthrough cases as well. We discuss a new paper (Walach et al 2021) that finds that, in a field study out of Israel, the mass vaccination campaign saved three lives for every two people who died from vaccinations. We discuss PEG (polyethylene glycol), which is an ingredient in far too many things, including the mRNA vaccines, and turns out to be toxic to tadpoles. And we briefly discuss the spike protein crossing the blood-brain barrier.”
Banned on LinkedIn – Now I Need You #LondonRealArmy
This comes after the huge David Icke interview that got banned on YouTube
This Is Why They Banned Us #londonrealarmy
4.14.20 David Icke video banned because it was so popular
THEY shut down the most popular – to send a message – to intimidate others
But that will not stop us now
Freedom of Speech
Important! This Is One of the Most Dangerous Videos on YouTube
May 27 2020 4 min video Brian Rose of London Real talks on censorship of David Icke part 3
Lots of Bans on Vaccine Related Information
“We’ve been putting out a message urging people to join our email list as a result of censorship. And people want to know how we are being censored. Here is a great example. One of our articles about aluminum adjuvants in vaccines, presenting the opinion of Dr. Christopher Exley from Keele University was flagged as ‘false.’ As a result, our page distribution has been greatly limited.
The “fact-checker” was an organization called ‘Science Feedback.’ We emailed them to dispute the the claim that the opinion and studies published by one of the world’s leading experts of aluminum toxicology sharing an opinion cannot be false, given that it’s simply an opinion. Science feedback has taken three weeks to reply, and stated that they cannot remove the strike because we were required to to dispute the claim within a week of the strike…
We DID dispute the claim, but we just never received a response from them until AFTER a week later! Therefore the ‘strike’ on our page is to remain and our distribution is to be reduced, greatly, eternally, despite the fact that we DID email them within a week of the strike..! This is the kind of “fishy” stuff we are dealing with, and the ‘strikes’ are piling up! This is why we are urging people to join our email list to continue to remain update with the content we put out as we fear our FB is close to deletion, which can happen anytime without notice! Join our email list here:
Loyalty no more. Time to build anew.
in relation to outrageous censorship 2020 and 2021
April 20 2020 “Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed that Facebook will ban the pages (and possibly, accounts) of people that promote anti-lockdown protests. The giant social media platform have already banned event pages for protests planned in California, Tennessee, and New Jersey. Zuckerberg said that these pages would be cited for spreading misinformation, a violation of their policy guidelines.
Conservatives online and off are furious about the move. Freedom of speech is a core tenet among most conservatives, and Facebook may have violated that in a big way. Explanations from the CEO of Facebook himself don’t really add up. On one hand, Zuckerberg says that the anti-lockdown protests violate Facebook’s guidelines on misinformation. But then he says that political discord is welcomed on the platform and that there is a line. Which one is it? Or maybe the true question is, where does Facebook see the line between political debate and calls for government subversion?”
Senate Votes To Allow FBI to Look at Your Web Browsing History Without a Warrant
The government just go even more power to spy on your internet habits as millions remain quarantined at home. May 13 2020
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