Social media is engaging in unprecedented censorship when it comes to the American experience. Twitter is changing its rules to punish and ban anyone for not just what they publish on Twitter, but for what they say ANYWHERE. Within 90 days social media sites will be monitoring their users for their statements they make and the websites that they visit. To obtai that kind of information, the NSA would have to be involved and they are.
On an interview on last week’s The Common Sense Show, Pat Wood described a Chinese woman who made critical comments of the government. She was visited by the men-in-black and when they did not arrest her, she thought she was ok. However, the following week, the woman received an expulsion letter from her university. This was followed by her employment being terminate and this nightmare culminated with her eviction from state-owned housing. China controls Internet users through a point system and this woman lost all of her points for her post. This system was designed by Google. And it is coming here.
Social Media Sites and the Independent Media
Social media sites, that the Independent Media (IM) uses to disseminate information, are cracking down on conservative, Christian viewpoints. At one time, the social media giants allowed the IM to use their sites without much interference because they could monitor public opinion and measure and calculate resistance to globalist programs. However, they miscalculated because they did not believe that the IM could have any real impact. Not only is the IM shaping public opinion, we got Donald Trump elected. Enough is enough, never again, the social media tyrants, controlled by allies of the Deep State and the New World Order, have decided to eliminate all electronic free speech that is not leftist, authoritarian, socialist and yes, Satanic!
Definition of Terms
Before launching into the critical topics associated with this article, it is necessary to define some of the more pertinent “communication” terms.
On Platform– Whereby users of social media actively participating on a social media site
Off Platform– Whereby users of social media are publicly proclaiming a view point outside of a specific social media platform. For example, if you were to express an opinion in an op-ed in a local newspaper, and not on a specific social media platform, that would be considered to be off platform. If one posted a video on Facebook, Twitter would consider the video to be off platform, Facebook would consider it to be on platform.
Hate Speech– Any speech that disagrees with the views prevailing leftist, socialist, and dictatorship-orientated style of government (eg right to life, one man-one vote).
Twittter’s View of Free Speech
We believe in freedom of expression and open dialogue, but that means little as an underlying philosophy if voices are silenced because people are afraid to speak up. In order to ensure that people feel safe expressing diverse opinions and beliefs, we prohibit behavior that crosses the line into abuse, including behavior that harasses, intimidates, or uses fear to silence another user’s voice.
Context matters when evaluating for abusive behavior and determining appropriate enforcement actions. Factors we may take into consideration include, but are not limited to whether:
- The behavior is targeted at an individual or group of people;
- The report has been filed by the target of the abuse or a bystander;
- The behavior is newsworthy and in the legitimate public interest.
When Twitter says one cannot target an individual or group of people, they are basically saying that as of December 18. 2017, one may not call out George Soros for his groups (ie Antifa) for organizing the deadly riots at Charlottesville or Black Lives Matter may be criticzed for their violent anti-Trump rallies
Please note that the abovementioned Twitter standards call legitimate criticsm, “abuse “. Further, if one found the need to criticize George Soros, he is already protected, because he is being abused. Further, a criticized person can assume a “victims position” to avoid any legitmate criticsm. Meanwhile, CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Wolf Blitzer can Tweet out the notion that Trump is a racist and even make fun of the way that he consumes water during a recent speech.
Finally, please note that Twitter reserves the right to determine what is newsworthy and if it is “in the legitimate public interest”. Therefore, if I want to criticize Hillary Clinton for her treasonous act of selling nuclear grade material to the Russians, she, or her designee, can claim abuse, even if it is true.