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Due to his sharp wit, blacklisted former actor James Woods is among the most popular countermoonbats on Twitter, with over 1,723,000 followers. That’s why Twitter has suspended him.  Woods was suspended from posting to Twitter over a two-month-old satirical meme which very clearly parodies a Democratic advertisement campaign. While the actor’s tweets are still visible, he is unable to post new content.

Have a look at the harmless tweet* , and judge for yourself how absurd it is for Twitter to suspend him for posting “text and imagery that has the potential to be misleading in a way that could impact an election”


This is the tweet @RealJamesWoods was locked for.
      Wouldn’t it be ironic if the “Streisand Effect” kicked in and it was retweeted 10,000 times?

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     Retweet at your peril. @jack is watching…  #FREEJAMESWOODSpic.twitter.com/eIZpGkOk6A
— Sara Miller (@Millerita) September 21, 2018  

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Earlier this month, Woods responded to the coordinated deplatforming of Alex Jones with the remark,

“This is the beginning of real [totalitarianism] . Trust me.” 

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Anyone who didn’t trust him then, trusts him now.

*https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/styles/inline_image_desktop/public/inline-images/woods%20tweet%201.jpg
 

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China’s restive far-western Xinjiang region has revised its legislation to allow local governments to "educate and transform" people influenced by extremism at “vocational training centres” – a term used by the government to describe a network of internment facilities known as "concentration re-education camps", the SCMP reported.

China’s Xinjiang region has revised legislation to allow local governments to “educate and transform” people influenced by extremism. “Governments above the county level can set up education and transformation organizations and supervising departments such as vocational training centers, to educate and transform people who have been influenced by extremism,” the revised legal clause says, which should provoke howls of fury from liberal western democracies at Beijing's gross abuse of human rights, unless of course said crusaders for global justice are busy...

The revised law, which kicked in on Tuesday, comes amid rising international outcry on the secretive camps in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, in which up to 1 million ethnic Uygurs and other Muslims are reported to have been detained and subjected to enforced political re-education.

 

https://youtu.be/yUg-w0tdyBs

Can you think of a ‘softer’ version of this in the US?  
I can.  
Universities.  
Just sayin’
 

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fake book  fake news

 

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“Facebook is a private company and can delete any pages they want,” has been repeated ad nauseam since Alex Jones was wiped from its platform. While it is certainly true that a private company can and should be able to choose who they associate with, the idea that Facebook is private is not accurate. For this reason, the recent purge of hundreds of alternative media sites, including the Free Thought Project, was not only questionable, but unconstitutional.

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October 11, 2018 marked the day the battle over information became a war.

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Has not Facebook been inviting US government-funded groups to help regulate its operations, vowing on the Senate floor to do more to facilitate the interests of the US government, deleting accounts at the direction of the US and Israeli governments, and handing the guidance of its censorship behavior over to the Atlantic Council, which receives funding from the US government, the EU, NATO and Gulf states? How “private” is that? Facebook is a deeply government-entrenched corporation, and Facebook censorship is just what government censorship looks like in a corporatist system of government.

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https://thefreethoughtproject.com/heres-why-facebook-is-anything-but-private/

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A disabled American veteran has become one of the victims of Facebook’s political purge ahead of the mid-term elections. The online social-media platform announced October 11 that it had suspended more than 800 pages and accounts for what it claimed was “coordinated inauthentic behavior” and spamming, with many of the accounts hosting politically conservative content supportive of President Trump.
One of the most high-profile of those impacted by the purge is disabled Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage, who runs a number of Facebook pages, including one for Right Wing News and another for Military Grade Coffee, which were both deleted by Facebook for supposedly including “mis-information” in their posts. At the time of its suspension, Right Wing News claimed more than three million Facebook followers.
Kolfage, who lost both legs and his right hand during deployment to Iraq in 2004, took to his website, fight4freespeech.com, to battle what he termed social-media censorship. “I’m not a ‘conservative,’ I’m not a ‘liberal,’” wrote Kolfage in explaining his battle against Facebook. “I’m an American, with deep beliefs in what our country stands for. I proved this by vowing to protect and fighting for America’s greatest tenet: free speech. Many Americans have fought for these political freedoms — freedom of speech — and every American has enjoyed those freedoms — UNTIL TODAY. On October 11, 2018, Facebook shut down thousands of Facebook accounts for their political opinions, saying in effect that they don’t have a ‘legitimate political argument.’”
Kolfage charged Facebook with lying about why his sites were shut down, saying that “they shut down my [Right Wing News] page because it was conservative, powerful, and the elections are in 2 weeks.”

As reported by Breitbart, Kolfage said that Facebook suspended his pages after he had invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in advertising on Facebook. “My income as a father and husband is threatened,” he wrote. “This isn’t the right to free speech I gave my legs and arm to defend.... Facebook took down our Facebook page, cutting off all contact we had with the millions of people who signed up to follow us, the millions of people who liked what we were sharing online.”
He added that the page “had a coveted, verified blue check mark, 3.5 million fans, and I invested over $300,000 in ads at Facebook’s own request, nearly begging us to spend, spend, spend, just to reach our fans, whom they kept making more difficult to reach with every passing year.”

 

https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/item/30372-facebook-deletes-disabled-vet-s-pages-after-taking-300-000-in-advertising

he does not have a lawsuit ...

 

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Facebook’s own spam policy contradicts Facebook’s latest excuses for purging independent thought
So politically correct, isn’t it? But there’s just one problem: Facebook’s own spam policy doesn’t say any of this. In fact, there’s nothing in it to suggest that any of the independent news sites that Facebook purged from its platform ever did anything wrong, other than to contradict the leftist narrative embraced and perpetuated by Zuckerberg et al.

Facebook’s spam policy claims that the company only targets pages that spread “commercial spam” or that engage in “false advertising, fraud, and security breaches.” Again, none of the pages that were pulled over the weekend engaged in any such behavior.

Even The Washington Post agreed, at least at first. An article published by the fake new rag claimed that Facebook was compelled to remove the pages in question for “pushing political messages for profit” – which is completely ironic coming from the likes of The Washington Post.

After realizing that this excuse indicted themselves, the leftist lemmings over at The Washington Post quickly changed the headline to read “political spam” – whatever that means – instead of “political messages for profit.”
Like with InfoWars, Twitter purges exact same pages just minutes after Facebook completed its purge
Not long after Facebook completed its online book burning, Twitter reportedly did the exact same thing. As you may recall, it’s exactly what happened to Alex Jones and InfoWars a few weeks back, as the tech cabal simultaneously removed all of his content at pretty much the exact same time, using the exact same pathetic excuses.


 

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At the same time, the search algorithms of Google, YouTube, Facebook and its cohorts are making it harder for individuals to access critical open source data and analyses.  The convenient pretext here is “fake news” and the need to protect society from misleading information.  

 
https://www.activistpost.com/2018/10/why-china-will-win-the-artificial-intelligence-race.html

 


(  bifurcation of the internet
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/20/eric-schmidt-ex-google-ceo-predicts-internet-split-china.html
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the Hypocrisy is a tell

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Fascism (/ˈfæʃɪzəm/) is a form of radical authoritarian dictatorial power with forcible suppression of opposition and strong centralized regimentation of society and of the economy.  The only factor that  differentiates fascism  from the inevitable outcomes of centralized socialistic forms of government is that individuals and corporations can still hold title to property and enterprises ...

Ie it’s less hypocritical than socialism... the elite don’t have to hide their exploitation s from the public as much as they do in socialistic/communistic states...

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Hours after it was revealed that Saturday's Tree of Life Synagogue shooting suspect was a user of social media network Gab.ai, PayPal severed all ties with the platform with no explanation. 

 

BREAKING: https://t.co/J3Rfto6fi3 is now banned from Paypal "just because." pic.twitter.com/VA1NhY5zhr

— Gab.com🍂 (@getongab) October 27, 2018

Perhaps Torba was banned after he spoke ill of Big Tech:  

If you are a terrorist the absolute worst place for you to be online is https://t.co/J3Rfto6fi3.

We will work directly with law enforcement without hesitation, as was displayed today.

Can the same be said about Big Tech?

— Gab.com🍂 (@getongab) October 27, 2018

Gab's blacklisting has not gone unnoticed:  

Update: PayPal has cancelled its relationship with social media company @getongab in wake of the Pittsburgh #SynogogueShooting .. but not Facebook, where he reportedly also had an account.

— scott budman (@scottbudman) October 27, 2018

Hey @getongab: I haven't heard anyone complaining that @facebook and @twitterallowed the Mad Pipe Bomber to have multiple accounts with them.

— Jared Beck (@JaredBeck) October 27, 2018

Gab is not a white supremacist site. It’s a free speech platform.

“If you’re really in favor of free speech, then you’re in favor of freedom of speech for precisely the views you despise. Otherwise, you’re not in favor of free speech.” — Noam Chomsky https://t.co/FfAeOipdy3

— Cassandra 🦇 Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) October 27, 2018

I cannot believe this. CNN and @BrianStelter, who I like, are blaming GAB @GetOnGab for the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting.

— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) October 27, 2018

The Pittsburgh terrorist has a Gab and facebook account.

- Gab immedietly deleted his account and issued a statement CONDEMNING it.
- Facebook has yet to issue a statement.

Yet @paypal has BANNED Gab "just because", but hasn't banned facebook.

What's up? https://t.co/1aPY5vvleE

— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) October 27, 2018

Others were happy to see Gab get the "Alex Jones" treatment, including "The world's youngest hedge fund manager" Jacob Wohl, who called for a police state with the suggestion that "Law enforcement agencies should embed thousands of undercover accounts on the site and establish watchlists."

@getongab I'm looking forward to you receiving the Alex Jones treatment and being permanently banned from the internet, even if it does bend the law.

— Robert Caruso (@robertcaruso) October 27, 2018

The concept Gab pursued, of being a “Free Speech Platform”, is noble.

But let’s also be realistic. The site is a one giant cesspool of Jew-hating lunatics.

Law enforcement agencies should embed thousands of undercover accounts on the site and establish watchlists.

— Jacob Wohl (@JacobAWohl) October 27, 2018

Twitter is one giant cesspool of Jew-hating lunatics.

We have nearly 800,000 users and you are going to generalize them all as one thing?

Let's be realistic: you are no better than the left, which you rally against, for generalizing millions of people as "racists." https://t.co/HdXvqJ13zU

— Gab.com🍂 (@getongab) October 27, 2018

Alternatively, Gab has a "mute" feature. 

Nonsense. I muted maybe 20-30 accounts on @getongab and that got rid of all the anti-semitic garbage I used to come across. THAT is the concept. They get to spew crap, I decide whether I want to see it.

"Giant cesspool". Get real.

— Peter A. Dykstra (@FriendlyRadical) October 27, 2018

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Tom says it 'more better' 

"Why is Gab targeted?

Because Gab is a true alternative to Twitter which exists outside of the control of the financial and political oligarchy.

With the recent passing of the EU’s “Link Law” which is designed to shut down opposition voices, the merged corporate/political oligarchy are moving to ensure that all speech is criminalized.

But to do that they first have to square the circle around that pesky First Amendment in the U.S.

And that means outsourcing the censorship to the companies who own the internet access points – the app platforms, the social media giants, the hosting firms and payment processors.

If you can’t build and maintain a business then you can’t oppose their rule. ... "

https://tomluongo.me/2018/10/29/attack-on-gab-proves-speech-was-never-free/

 

the Hypocrisy is a tell

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Fascism (/ˈfæʃɪzəm/) is a form of radical authoritarian dictatorial power with forcible suppression of opposition and strong centralized regimentation of society and of the economy.  The only factor that  differentiates fascism  from the inevitable outcomes of centralized socialistic forms of government is that individuals and corporations can still hold title to property and enterprises ...

Ie it’s less hypocritical than socialism... the elite oligarchy doesn't have to hide their exploitation s from the public as much as they do in socialistic/communistic states...

 

You should not have read this post - in today's world ignorance really is bliss

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Gab is still down ... https://gab.ai/

meanwhile
https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/urgent-lifesite-is-under-attack

 

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Money is the barometer of a society’s virtue. When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but by compulsion – when you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing – when you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you – when you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice – you may know that your society is doomed. Money is so noble a medium that it does not compete with guns and it does not make terms with brutality. It will not permit your country to survive as half-property, half-loot.
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Money will always remain an effect and refuse to replace you as the cause. Money is the product of virtue, but it will not give you virtue and it will not redeem your vices. Money will not give you the unearned, neither in matter nor in spirit... 


Ayn

wtf does that have to do with the price of beans in china?
 

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