I have decided to bother some of my friends by…
asking them about social media. It is a little brand awareness game where I ask my normie friends whether they know of any competitor to YouTube or Facebook.
It would seem to me that these two have a virtual monopoly on online video sharing and interpersonal communication.
Few of my normie friends have ever heard of platforms such as GAB or Bitchute, or the fact they were deplatformed by Big Tech companies, among them Google.
The latter, as the parent company of YouTube, denied a service to a potential competitor. This may be legal but monopolies certainly aren’t encouraged in other fields. Mind you, bakers can be tried in court for refusing to bake a cake for a gay couple.
A related poll I ran on Twitter, I got 16 respondents:
Do you think you still have a free speech if your voice is being censored by communication companies that have a virtual monopoly in your country, and are controlled by your political opponents?
Nick Fuentes, a right-wing rant boy got his YouTube channel vapourized by Google the other day because he has been a very naughty apparently:
“This account has been terminated due to multiple or severe violations of YouTube’s policy prohibiting hate speech,” the notice reads.
The removal comes just over one month after Google opted to demonetize the channel and end the far-right figure’s ability to earn revenue from advertisements.
At the time, a video on Fuentes’ channel centered around Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) was also removed for violating the site’s rules on hate speech.
In a statement to the Daily Dot, a YouTube spokesperson confirmed that the channel was terminated after receiving three strikes for hate speech within a 90-day period.
Hate speech? That’s serious. As someone, who has listened to Nick Fuentes for a while, I must say he mocked mass immigration. Mocking mass immigration is off limits on YouTube now. But it ain’t hate speech.
On Bitchute (The Bitchute mobile app was deplatformed by big tech and is not available on Android or iOS devices) there is a video of Nick Fuentes saying that the pressure to censor him came from timid liberals, that is conservatives rather than the left wingers, after he criticized some of them over their support for mass immigration.
In other news:
YouTube has removed a video of Rand Paul using the name of alleged Ukraine whistleblower Eric Ciaramella on the Senate floor, saying it contravened its community guidelines.
“We’ve removed hundreds of videos and over ten thousand comments that contained the name. Video uploaders have the option to edit their videos to exclude the name and reupload,” Ivy Choi, a spokeswoman, told Politico.
So, my recent post about Boris Nemtsov earned me a 30 day Zucc on Facebook, and I once again deactivated my profile because of this injustice…
I lasted like 5 days on Facebook this time.
I deactivated my Facebook profile last month, my reasons were that I received a 30 day ban for an eight month old post that nobody was seeing. I took it as a clear sign of persecution of my online persona, and refused to use this website.
A number of people I know have deleted their profiles for psychological reasons. Social media is not for everyone. But more recently I came upon another group of people quitting Facebook. American liberals are not happy because the website is not persecuting the right-wingers enough. Their granddaddy, George Soros recently complained Facebook is in cahoots with the Trump campaign. Soros also added that the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg ought to leave the board of the company.
I am amazed, Facebook censored the right-wingers so much, only to be stabbed in the back by the liberals. The following screenshots come from this thread:
And now for some cartoons:
So, on December 26, my Facebook was mercilessly vapourized out of existence without me being notified as to why. All my friends, all my ex girlfriends, my photos from holidays, my creations, and other stuff gone…
I suspect I got caught up in a rage sweep. Literally an hour after I wrote a comment underneath a post made by a Czech right-wing anti-immigration politician about the organisation Médecins Sans Frontières, which is engaged in trafficking migrants into Europe. My comments said that people should not send organisations like this money because those 3$ they send don’t even buy a morning coffee in the office. And I think I added that they will be fine because they have billionaire backers.
Later I discovered that I am on a list. I have been listed among the people, who troll an internet initiative #Jsmetu (“We are here”), which calls for the monitoring of social media discussions. Naturally, people started mocking it as a totalitarian, anti free speech initiative. They began a group #JsmeTu Original 1984, of which I was a member.
This individual called Jan Cemper is the author of that list.
Jan is a homosexual (in a good way, nothing against that), and he has a speech impediment because his mouth is malformed. I can’t say because I don’t watch Czech TV enough. His Wikipedia is really rich, it says he engages in “Refugees Welcome” protests, was in the Antifa. He is also an environmental activist. He also runs a hoax debunking website Manipulátoři.cz, (“Manipulators”) where he does not shy away from creating lists of people, who do not share his political vision.
The post includes my conversation I had on the page he investigated:
By sheer coincidence, I also discuss the issue of financing of NGOs like Médecins Sans Frontières, whom I call [People] Smugglers Sans Frontières, and say that I would not even send them Monopoly money.
Looks like somebody was on a lookout to find anything to block me for, or is posting about the Bengal famine now prohibited?