The move by the Hollow Empire’s communist-oriented social media giants to smash all forms of patriotic information contrary to the fake news of the Mockingbird/CIA media went into overdrive with the nearly simultaneous deplatforming of popular alternative media host Alex Jones from YouTube, Facebook, Apple, Pinterest and LinkedIn. Jones has somewhere around a million or more listeners to his daily three-hour radio show and likely just as many readers of his website, Info Wars.com. Jones actually has toned down his “conspiracy” talk considerably the past two years, becoming a strong Donald Trump supporter, and has never honestly discussed racial issues, though he is very good on immigration. But his followers can find enough good information to lead them to even better and more complete information on the big picture. . . . . . . . . The widespread censoring of Jones was accompanied by much hoopla in the corporate media, almost all of it of the “what took so long” variety as the government’s media arm is the leading goose-stepper and enabler when it comes to taking down Donald Trump, the alt-right, and in general everyone who voted for Trump, i.e., normal White Americans. But the deplatforming of Jones was only the latest in a non-stop censoring of nationalists and populists since the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017. Of the take-down of Jones, the always perceptive Jim Goad wrote: “’There’s a war on for your mind,’ Alex Jones has insisted for years. If that’s true, several more shots were fired last week, many of them aimed squarely at Jones. Within hours of each other last Sunday, tech monsters Apple, YouTube, Spotify, and Facebook banned nearly all content from Jones’s media outlet Infowars. Pinterest and LinkedIn followed suit on Monday. Every last outfit justified their decision by claiming that Jones peddled false conspiracy theories and hate speech. It has been often said, but it apparently needs to be said so much more often and so much more loudly that ears start bleeding, that the endless calls to murder Donald Trump and to eliminate all White people — based on a baselessly cuckoo conspiracy that Donald Trump and all White people are calling for everyone else to be murdered — never seem to be crushed by the Big Tech Social Justice Hate Hammer for inciting violence or propagating false rumors. To deny that Big Tech defines things such as ‘hate speech’ and ‘conspiracy theories’ through a strictly leftist ideological lens is to be either stupid, a liar, or a stupid liar who lies stupidly. Earlier this year I wrote about the corporate war on free speech and how even then nearly every major tech company and social-media site was already aggressively ‘deplatforming’ anyone suspected of falling within their gapingly broad definition of what constitutes a ‘Nazi’ or a ‘White supremacist.’ The staggering array of major corporations who’d decided to shun anyone who dared to even discuss certain ideas included GoDaddy, Apple, Twitter, Facebook, Discord, Spotify, Cloudflare, Google, Squarespace, Paypal, Airbnb, GoFundMe, OkCupid, Twilio, SendGrid, Zoho, Reddit, Uber, Kickstarter, WordPress, LinkedIn, MailChimp, EventBrite, SoundCloud, Bumble, Instagram, Namecheap, Discover Financial Services, Visa, and YouTube. Since then, the warped corporate-progressive-totalitarian lust to choke and gag anyone who celebrates ideological diversity has only accelerated. YouTube relies on the insanely, um ‘urban’ SPLC and ADL to flag any content remotely unpalatable to certain high-powered financial elites. When Google unveiled a fact-checking tool earlier this year, it only seemed to target right-of-center sites for scrutiny. Twitter recently banned Candace Owens — a black woman — merely for taking Dragon Lady Sarah Jeong’s anti-White tweets and substituting the word ‘Jewish’ for ‘White.’ And nearly every time the supremely unhateful Jared Taylor dares to pop up on YouTube, the video is almost immediately frozen and quarantined. ‘But it’s not censorship because it’s corporations doing it rather than the government,’ enthuse the very same people who hate corporations and cheer for suffocating levels of government intervention in every other aspect of life. Why is the snuffing out of non-leftist thought the only case where these head cases love the free market? OK, so because of the First Amendment’s wording, none of this is technically censorship. But I’d like you to look me in the eyes and say it’s not ‘the deliberate silencing of certain ideas.’ . . . There’s plenty of hate out there — especially the type you never hear about because the powers that be deny that it even exists. And there are plenty of conspiracies, but those who attempt to unmask them don’t last long. I can’t imagine being so upset at any form of hatred, or at listening to even the most cockamamie conspiracy theory, that I’d want to silence the person ‘spewing’ it. That’s because I’m neither an infant nor a totalitarian. But when it comes to the urban bugmen who run Big Tech, you have a group of borderline males who are wearing diapers under those skinny jeans. There’s something new and supremely disturbing about a vengeful nerd with the power to flip the OFF switch on you.” . . . . . . . . . . . Thomas Luongo, writing for Lew Rockwell.com, views the attack on Jones from an optimistic viewpoint: “Monday’s coordinated hit on Alex Jones and InfoWars was an act of desperation. Control of information is one of the pillars of social control and Jones, for all of his faults, is a threat to that. And today he is an even bigger threat than he was the other day. I could do this entire post comparing moments in Star Wars to the banning of Alex Jones and by the time I was done even the alt-right guys would appreciate The Last Jedi a little more. I won’t stretch the metaphor too far. The Deep State is like Kylo Ren on seeing Luke Skywalker for the first time in years. They’ve searched for years for ways to destroy Alex Jones, marginalize him, etc.; hoping he would fade away into obscurity. Just like Ren searched the galaxy for what he thought was The Last Jedi. But, Jones was instrumental in electing Donald Trump. The coordinated effort to create a Ministry of Truth, ferreting out purveyors of ‘fake news’ began the morning after the 2016 election. . . A report from Russia Today tells you that everyone was given the order behind the scenes to de-platform Alex Jones before the mid-term elections. Why, all of a sudden would the biggest porn site in the world decide to take down Jones’ material posted by users? Shemale gangbangs are wholesome but questioning Sandy Hook is beyond the pale? This is cucking out big time, Yuge even. No, this was directed by very powerful people. And everyone knows it. They may not want to admit it to themselves, especially those that view Jones as the impediment to regaining power. But, they know where this came from. The mid-term elections are the last chance for the Deep State to truly stop Trump from Draining the Swamp. They know the poll numbers. Last night’s special election in Ohio, a supposedly ‘purple’ state, tells you the tale. Taking out Alex Jones will only make him a martyr. It will only make him bigger. It will only spur even more people to find alternative social platforms. Peak Facebook is already here. When the Internet started, Alex Jones was at the forefront of leveraging it to provide an alternate voice. Infowars was always The Resistance. And this is where the Star Wars metaphor breaks down. Because today’s Resistance to the Panopticon is orders of magnitude bigger than Alex Jones. He’s just the figurehead. And like all authoritarians who believe in the fear-based policing model, he was made an example of to chill everyone’s enthusiasm for change. Too bad it’s not going to work. . . We’re not children. We don’t need to be protected from ‘bad ideas.’ Hell, we’ve suffered through Marxism for the past 150 years, I think we can survive an Alex Jones rant about Sandy Hook. And that’s what has to come next. It’s time to look at these other platforms and assist them in building value. The next phase of social media is upon us, one where consumers and producers can interact directly and the profit from their activity pays for the cost of the transaction without the middle man, like Google and Facebook, taking 95% in between for providing the ‘platform.’ This is known as ‘controlling the wire’ and ‘the wire’ is a commodity. The value of the Internet is the information contained on it not the indexers of that information. Their profits should be ground to zero while those of the creators rise to meet the value they provide their consumers. That’s the lesson of Alex Jones’ banning and that’s how The Resistance needs to rebuild itself.” . . . . . . . . . . . . As The Nationalist Times emphasizes, the U.S. has turned communist, not via the traditional calls by open Reds for class warfare, but through relentless indoctrination in cultural communist ideology, although it is never called that. The article in this issue of The Nationalist Times by Paul Kengor sheds much light on the evolution of 21st century communist doctrine and tactics in the United States. Doing the heavy lifting are the cultural communists, backed by the powerful mega-corporations, especially the social media monopolies such as Facebook, Twitter and Amazon. But the “regular” corporations also promote the same rootless, deracinated, globalist vision through their commercials and foundations. The government can sit back and claim not to be involved, that it’s merely the “free market” at work that’s driving “political correctness,” but it’s heavily involved through its regulatory and licensing powers. The government essentially is a “unipower” resulting from an alliance of mega-corporations, banks, foundations, NGOs, and of course Zionist and cultural communist pressure groups. That’s why there was no outcry from D.C. politicians at the censoring and banning of Alex Jones. In fact, Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) hysterically bleated, “Infowars is the tip of a giant iceberg of hate and lies that uses sites like Facebook and YouTube to tear our nation apart. These companies must do more than take down one website. The survival of our democracy depends on it.” So, the “survival of democracy” depends on banning anyone and everyone who deviates from the party line. That isn’t democracy, that’s hard-line communist totalitarianism. Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg.com theorizes that Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) may be the “mastermind behind the move to further weaponize U.S. tech giants,” writing: “Let’s be clear about something up front because it’s extremely important. This narrative that three tech giants, Apple, Google and Facebook all decided independently and simultaneously to de-platform Alex Jones without any threats or pressure from U.S. politicians and other powerful forces behind the scenes is pure fantasy. This isn’t private companies doing that private company thing, this is Silicon Valley oligarchs making a decision to appease politicians and the status quo system which made them billionaires in order to avoid regulation. I’ve been warning about this for a long time, but let’s revisit something the late Robert Parry noted in September of last year. From the post, ‘Was Facebook Pressured Into Finding ‘Something’ to Implicate Russia?’ — the article purports to give the inside story of how Facebook belatedly came to grips with how the ‘company’s social network played a key role in the U.S. [presidential] election,’ but actually it is a story about how powerful politicians bullied Facebook into coming up with something – anything – to support the narrative of ‘Russian meddling,’ including direct interventions by President Obama and Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee and a key legislator regarding regulation of high-tech industries. In other words, Facebook was sent back again and again to find what Obama and Warner wanted the social media company to find. Eventually, Facebook turned up $100,000 in ads from 2015 into 2017 that supposedly were traced somehow to Russia. These ads apparently addressed political issues in America although Facebook has said most did not pertain directly to the presidential election and some ads were purchased after the election. This seemed important at the time, but it’s become even more significant in light of recent events. For instance, Mark Warner appears to be the point man for Democratic politicians who intend to use Russiagate and ‘fake news’ hysteria to intimidate tech giants into submission. It appears to be working. . . It’s no coincidence Warner’s paw prints appear to be all over the latest pressure exerted upon tech giants. He and other Democratic politicians are methodically using fear around Russiagate and fake news to get Silicon Valley oligarchs do as they please. Moreover, they know for a fact this sort of thing is effective, because the U.S. government’s done it before. Specifically and spectacularly with regard to domestic surveillance. . . Again, politicians have no interest in actually reining in the power of the tech giants, they merely want to further weaponize them for their own ends. The big game here is politicians bullying tech companies so that they censor their platforms in a way they see fit.” . . . . . . . . . . Caitlin Johnstone’s description of the melding of the state and corporations to wield power is an apt one: “In a corporatist system of government, wherein there is no meaningful separation between corporate power and state power, corporate censorship is state censorship. Because legalized bribery in the form of corporate lobbying and campaign donations has given wealthy Americans the ability to control the U.S. government’s policy and behavior while ordinary Americans have no effective influence whatsoever, the U.S. unquestionably has a corporatist system of government. Large, influential corporations are inseparable from the state, so their use of censorship is inseparable from state censorship. This is especially true of the vast mega-corporations of Silicon Valley, whose extensive ties to U.S. intelligence agencies are well-documented. Once you’re assisting with the construction of the U.S. military’s drone program, receiving grants from the CIA and NSA for mass surveillance, or having your site’s content regulated by NATO’s propaganda arm, you don’t get to pretend you’re a private, independent corporation that is separate from government power. It is possible in the current system to have a normal business worth a few million dollars, but if you want to get to billions of dollars in wealth control in a system where money translates directly to political power, you need to work with existing power structures like the CIA and the Pentagon, or else they’ll work with your competitors instead of you.” Call it corporatist, call it communist, just don’t call it a “democracy.” . . . . . . . . . . Donald Trump continues to stand virtually alone against the entire establishment. Part of it is his own fault for continually hiring swamp creatures, the administration’s “original sin” as Steve Bannon calls it. But then again he had little choice. If he had reached into the alt-right for some appointees he would likely not have been able to survive the ensuing firestorm. Given that the “right” in America is little more than a collection of anonymous internet writers and posters – in sharp contrast to Europe, where nationalists have established their own parties of varying strengths in almost every country – Trump and his support base of “deplorables,” i.e., those Americans who oppose Whites being replaced and eradicated, have to hope that the Republicans maintain control of the House and Senate in November, otherwise Trump will likely be impeached.
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