Tag: freedom of speech

Yeonmi Park’s interview and story speaks volumes

I swear if the younger people want Communism because it was never “properly experienced or properly put into practice…” My goodness how about they just get a plane ticket and live in a communistic regime/country. Start from nothing in those countries, with only a few dollars or no $$ in your pockets.

And tell us then how you like it! Again don’t bring those Socialist or Communistic ideas here in the USA. We don’t need it!

Why is it that people from all over the world still want to come to USA?? Because it’s still the country that represents freedom regardless of creed, race, ethnicity, etc. We are boiling pot of everything.

Yet, however, a lot of people IN THE USA, who were born and raised here having the naivety to the rest of the world and the freedoms and things we literally TAKE FOR GRANTED is showing BIG TIME.

Her interview and story speaks VOLUMES.

What she said is true at the 6:36 minute mark.
As she mentioned attending Columbia University, our education system in the USA is now basically a propaganda – with no allowance of a debate between 2 differing opinions. Only one opinion is fact and true – all others are disregarded. That is sickening in our education system.
Looked at some others comment’s from the video – their stories speaks volumes as well.

Project Veritas exposing twitter video of jack dorsey

Silencing and censoring President Trump was apparently only the beginning. Based on Jack Dorsey’s statement in this recording, the Twitter censorship is much bigger and wasn’t focused on only silencing President Trump and is going to continue.

The original link to Project Veritas is below – for the video:

https://www.projectveritas.com/video/exclusive-twitter-insider-records-ceo-jack-dorsey-laying-out-roadmap-for/

Big Tech Censorship

“Remember when Nancy Pelosi she called the red hat – Make America Great Again – red hat the new ‘KKK’ hood.”

“Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called President Trump a “white supremacist” countless times.”

“Ilhan Omar stated that the prior Trump rallies were ‘Klan rallies’.”

I agree with the twins, the above mentioned, would incite violence because specifically of the narrative that the progressives/liberals and people on the left keep repeating and repeating loudly. Why? Just because they do not like Trump.

And since progressives/liberals and people on the left constantly repeated the same narrative, various Trump supporters, minding their own business, wearing the apparel were attacked – for the simple fact that they are wearing the “Trump” gear.

I DO NOT like white supremacists, racists and people insinuating a false narratives.

At the 4:50 minute mark, the Hodgetwins did have a valid point… All the Congresswomen they mentioned earlier who made remarks still have their Twitter accounts. Why is that?

And they touched upon the BLM protesting / riots when they started destroying businesses, burning buildings and other businesses chanting, “NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE”. What does that mean to you? Why was that okay – to the left?

And remember BLM Chicago organizer, Ariel Atkins – the looting – in Chicago? “Looting… that is reparations… Anything they want to take, take it because these businesses have insurance…”

BLM is still on Twitter… still on FB. After all they’ve done.

All of this talk by government officials are talking in hyperbole (exaggerated statements).

The main point is that the current President of the United States no longer has his social media platforms. However, on the other hand – all these other government officials and protester organizers still do – even after all of the things THEY have stated in the past in year 2020 and before.

10:15 minute mark – Social media companies are a private company – they can do whatever they want… All right, then why can’t private companies be open for business during COVID-19? Doesn’t make any sense.

10:50 minute mark – Who gave all this power to the Big Tech companies? Congress did. Now that Big Tech has this “immunity” it is now being abused.

Section 230 was developed in response to a pair of lawsuits against Internet service providers (ISPs) in the early 1990s that had different interpretations of whether the service providers should be treated as publishers or distributors of content created by its users. After passage of the Telecommunications Act, the CDA was challenged in courts and ruled by the Supreme Court in Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union (1997) to be unconstitutional, though Section 230 was determined to be severable from the rest of the legislation and remained in place. Since then, several legal challenges have validated the constitutionality of Section 230.

In the following years, protections from Section 230 have come under more scrutiny on issues related to hate speech and ideological biases in relation to the power technology companies can hold on political discussions, and became a major issue during the 2020 United States presidential election.

Now – if you can’t see it – open your eyes WIDER. Congress has given power to all these people and look how corrupt they’ve become. Big Tech is hiding behind the “immunity”.

Big Tech can’t be sued so why are they censoring certain people?

If you can control the narrative in the public form, which these social media platforms are… You control literally everything. They want to control the narrative because hardly people watch T.V., listen to radio – but are largely on these social media platforms.