#BlackLivesMatter is Kristallnacht for White people, and next are yellow triangles on our sleeves! Like BLM, Nazism in its time was popular, institutional & structural, manufacturing consent for a holocaust, otherwise it would not have happened. Large corporations like Ford and IBM were funding it! Today we see FreeSpeech Haters, ADL & NAACP blackmailing multinationals into boycotting social media platforms. The complicit enemies of Free Speech are: Coca-Cola, Verizon, Dove, Lipton, Hershey’s, Honda, Unilever, HP, Twitter, Facebook, Google, Ben&Jerry’s, Patagonia, TheNorthFace, etc. Boycott them! It is they who are forcing their advertising channels and brand representatives, sports stars and celebrities to Take The Knee. It has very little to do with actual racism.
Without Walls of Discretion, BLM Will Coerce Us Right Into a Anti White Holocaust
Call to Action: Rebuild the Walls of Discretion. Whites are not just Chicken, they are Fried Chicken, Battery Chicken and Branded Fried Chicken, bought, owned, and sold to the highest bidder with the lowest morals, soon to be replaced with new cheap imports of more servile, more submissive, faster duplicating consumer slaves!
Soros has his own KristallNacht – in these excerpts from a buried 60 minutes interview George Soros explains that “I am there to make money. I cannot and do not look at the social consequences of what I do.” He also describes his experiences at age 14 with his Jewish identity hidden in Nazi Germany, where he helped to confiscate property from other Jews. In tapes and video here Soros describes this as “one of the happiest times” of his life… “a very happy making exhilarating experience…”
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As part of the Purge, conservative philosopher Stefan Molyneux has had his Twitter account suspended, just a week after he was banned from YouTube. His removal from the platform comes amid a growing debate over free speech on social media.
The ban came without warning, Molyneux claimed during a livestream in which he discussed the development. The popular right-wing pundit and intellectual suggested that he was removed from the platform after promoting a new essay that outlines his values and beliefs. “It’s not hard to understand why powerful people might not want you to read what I wrote below,” reads a note at the top of the essay, in which he announced his removal from Twitter.
Molyneux argued that the campaign to deplatform conservative voices has started to “energize” conservatives and that his ban demonstrates “who has the power and who doesn’t have the power.”
Molyneux, the host of Freedomain Radio, was permanently banned from YouTube last Monday, after allegedly violating the site’s “hate speech” policies. His removal from the platform came amid a wide-ranging social media purge, which resulted in popular Trump-related accounts receiving bans on Reddit and Twitch, as well as other right-wingers being booted from YouTube.
The dive in value happened after Unilever, one of the largest advertisers in the world, joined the list of major companies that suspended their ad campaigns on Facebook and its subsidiary Instagram. At around the same time, Coca-Cola said it was also pulling all its social-media advertising for 30 days.
More than 120 corporations, including Verizon, Dove, Lipton, Hershey’s, and Honda joined the boycott organized by activists and civil-rights groups that demanded Facebook combat what they term hate speech and disinformation on its platform.
Responding to the criticism, Zuckerberg, whose remaining net worth is now being estimated at $82.3 billion by Bloomberg, has promised to ban ads with “hateful content.” The prohibited advertising will include materials that describe a specific demographic as “a threat to the physical safety, health or survival of others.” He also vowed to fight potential voter suppression, and to take down posts by politicians and government officials if the company deems them to be an incitement to violence.
While Zuckerberg did not explicitly mention the boycott, it was clear from the announcement he was trying to appease its critics. The US media landscape has been deluged by a wave of calls for advertiser boycotts that came in the wake of the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests. The action targeted primarily conservative outlets and speakers, and ended up being so widespread that it garnered the attention of US President Donald Trump, who considered making such behavior “illegal.”
Still, while Facebook has largely avoided explicit Twitter-style hounding of ‘wrong’ political opinions so far, the social-media platform has been frequently accused of censorship. Despite its proclaimed strive for “transparency,” Facebook is very vague on its policies about ‘forbidden’ content. It has been repeatedly caught flagging and removing certain posts for no obvious reason. One of the most recent scandals involved a colored version of an iconic World War II photo depicting a Soviet flag over the Reichstag – that was sanctioned on V-Day for showing “dangerous individuals and organizations.”