In 2020 I have read many news articles and social media posts about censorship by the Big Tech companies like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Now, in 2021, censorship only seems to get worse.
Several news outlets have reported recently, Facebook suspends Trump’s account ‘indefinitely’. Now I am not an American, and if I was, I am not sure I would have voted for Trump, but the first thought I had about this suspension was, “Doesn’t this go a bit too far?”
It seems that the architects of “The Great Reset” are stepping up the censorship on all the big platforms. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has written a very interesting report called Censorship and attacks – Journalism in quarantine about this. In the introduction to this report, they state about censorship in the COVID-19 period:
“There has been no shortage of pretexts: avoiding panic, combatting alarmist fake news, persuading the public to comply with health directives and, of course, reassuring everyone by projecting the image of a provident and effective government. In a “war” against a public health threat, dissenting voices that question the official version can be portrayed as enemies of a nation in danger.”
In this climate of censorship, it does not come as a big surprise that those who do not agree with the official version about the seriousness of the COVID-19 threat flock to alternative social media channels, which are not being censored (yet), like Parler, MeWe, BitChute, and Telegram. I advise you to do the same.
In the name of freedom of speech, and to give Trump credit for his “good deeds”, I want to share some words he said on the video that was banned, things he said to end the violence:
“…you have to go home now. We have to have peace. We have to have law and order. We have to respect our great people in law and order. We don’t want anybody hurt….”
Thank you, Donald Trump, for these wise words.