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Google removes Parler from its platforms
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The power grab just keeps on going. No free speech on the net, no free speech in your home, ask the wrong question lose your job.

Quote:Published January 9, 2021 at 10:34 p.m.

FOREIGN. The popular social media app Parler has been deleted from Google's Google Play service for its refusal to delete "offensive content". At the same time, Twitter challenger Gab is breaking traffic records.
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When Twitter last night shut down US President Donald Trump, as well as several other high-ranking officials in the circle around the president, the internet giant Google took the opportunity to act against Twitter's competitor Parler and blocked them from Google Play. It attracts the attention of several media.
Officially, it is alleged that Parler did not follow Google's guidelines when refusing to "remove offensive content such as inciting violence".
With the shutdown, it will be more difficult for those who have, for example, Android phones to install Parler on their phones. Launched in the summer of 2018, Parler has around ten million users and has made freedom of expression its guiding light.
- We are like the city square, an open square, without censorship, said CEO John Matze this summer.
However, Google does not want to offer its users apps where they can express what opinions they want. "We require apps to implement robust moderation of offensive content," it says.
At the same time as Twitter shut down Trump and Google threw out Parler, the slightly older and smaller Twitter challenger Gab broke a new traffic record. It announces the social media on its website. Around nine o'clock this morning Swedish time, the traffic was 25 times greater than normal at the same time, according to Gab's developers.
"The load on the site is very high", the developers state bluntly and appeal to users for patience. They also post screenshots that show the high load and state that they do everything they can to make the site work better.
Gab was started in 2016 after the whistleblower association Wikileaks called for an alternative to Twitter when they feared that the increasing censorship on the platform would affect them themselves. At the time, the gay right-wing debater Milo Yiannopoulos and former New York Times former editor Robert Stacy McCain had recently been suspended from Twitter.
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#2
I advise everyone who wants to be on social media to go to GAB. I have an account there. The owner isn't connected to big tech in any way. He is all about free speech, and believes we all have a voice.
They are setting up a platform for people to live stream now on GAB.TV.   You can share videos there now too.
It's where all the people I followed on Twitter moved to, so I really have no reason to get back on Twitter now; that makes me happy. Lots of crazy loons over there.

Apple warns Parler that it will ban it from the app store if moderation policies aren't changed
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Yup, I got an e-mail from Gab informing me that their traffic was breaking all records, and the load on their servers was straining their current infrastructure. They also mentioned in it that they have already created and reserved an account for Trump, and were in contact with his team to inform him of that development, since Facebook has banned him as well. If trump goes to Gab as well, the strain on their servers may break the site until they can upgrade their infrastructure.

In other censorship developments, both Apple and Amazon have given Parler an ultimatum to censor or die. That's not an idle threat, as both of those companies provide the infrastructure that Parler uses. Now me, I don't trust Parler, and have no account there because they refused my application for an account. Parler requires that you give them a cell phone number, and since I have no cell number I can give them, they rejected my application. I do have a cell phone, but Parler doesn't need the number for it. There is no one at Parler I need to speak with on the phone, and they most certainly don't need a means of tracking me that a cell phone might provide. I have a sneaky suspicion that Parler's main reason for existence is to identify and track conservatives. I can not figure out, nor was I given by Parler, any other excuse for the cell requirement.

Wimkin, a lesser known conservative social media site, has also been taken down. GoDaddy revoked their domain, and they are scrambling to reorganize. I think the site can still be gotten to via their IP address, but without knowing their IP, it becomes much harder to get there.

Facebook has also banned Tucker Carlson last night, a Conservative Fox commentator on current events. They've started banning entire groups, like the Virginia Civil Defense League which was instrumental in defending the Second Amendment rights of Virginians last spring when Bloomberg bought the legislature and Second Amendment Sanctuary counties started popping up across Virginia like spring daisies. They were instrumental in organizing that effort, via Facebook, and so now have been eradicated to facilitate the next onslaught against out rights.

Even the "Walk Away" movement of Democrats leaving the DNC has been banned by Facebook. Let that sink in. It's not just against Conservatives, Even Democrat dissidents who do not tow The Party Line are subject to erasure.

Because of my involvement in the Virginia Second Amendment fight last spring, I am aware of other Conservative communications channels, but some, probably most, of those are still internet-dependent, and so vulnerable to attack with no recourse. Until I know more about their supporting infrastructure, I must assume that they may disappear any moment as well.

It's on like Donkey Kong now. We need to scramble to develop alternate communications methods at this point in order to stay alive. Without that, they will pick us off one by one, and no one will be able to call for help.

And I believe that is the real reason behind the censorship push.

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ETA: The IP address for RN3 is 216.15.207.174 . You can use that to get to the site if the domain is stricken. Let's face facts - WE are also a heavily conservative site, have been getting noticed in The Big World, even by rabid communist sympathizers, and therefore liable to fall under the gun as well before this is over. Copy that IP and keep it handy in  another document on your local drive. You may be glad you did at some point in the history of the world.

I also recommend the private exchange of email addresses, just in case everything goes all to hell anyhow, as it is scheduled to do.

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I think you hit it on the head with 'power grab'. It's the big social media companies squeezing out any competition. Of course censorship and violations of 230 are a-plenty but who is going to enforce it? The IC is all about a small number of outlets. Way easier to "work" with. Congress will do nothing. 

Now Parler was using Amazon's server from what I read. Amazon has a group of employees working for environmental justice demanding they get kicked off. So obviously when one thinks of environmental justice the first thing that comes to mind is kicking chat apps off of servers? 

What are the odds new/newer platforms start gaining customers? There definitely is a market out there.
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Newer, freer platforms are indeed gaining steam at a rapid pace, but so far Gab is the only one I've found that has it's own servers. The rest are vulnerable to the whims of outside attacks - GoDaddy revoked the domain of one of them that I know of that had it's domain under control of GoDaddy because they assigned the domain.

I think we may soon see a lot of domains move to .to (Tonga registry, "domainname.to") because they don't screw with ANY of their customers that I know of. Wiki on Tonga domains

Shit is getting deep. The "Walk Away" movement of Democrats had their entire Facebook group deleted, then Facebook started going after individuals in that group and cancelling THEIR accounts. Brandon Straka, the head of it, not only lost his group and account and personal account, but even after that the Marxists started going after his email account, falsely accused him of "spamming", and had his email account deleted as well, so he is practically flying blind at the moment.

Folks here need to start engaging alternate platforms and connecting with one another there. I recommend Gab, because it has it's own servers and infrastructure. I do not recommend Parler, because it is at the mercy of Amazon, and for other reasons.

Alternate email accounts are also called for at the moment, but I'm sorry to say I don't yet know which ones to recommend. I have several, on several different platforms under a few different names (to keep them from tracking me down on all of them and having them all disconnected), but none of them are what I would consider very secure for general communications.

At this particular time, face to face communications, preferably inside a bug swept room and with "white noise" generation near the windows to prevent laser microphones from eavesdropping are what are called for, but that just isn't a possibility for most of us, widespread as we are. Outdoor communications are generally less secure, because of parabolic microphones. However, if they've already zeroed in on you enough to be interested in using laser or parabolic mics, being listened to may be the least of your worries.

Connect with your friends, make alternate email addresses, and exchange both primary and alternate email addresses with all of your friends... and no one else.

Trust no one, suspect everyone, especially new people that just pop into your world, and always demand proof. Folks might think I'm engaging in paranoid overkill, but they thought that back when I was warning about the dangers of Windows 10, too. Now let's wait a bit and see what M$ pops out of it's Win10 ass at this juncture...

I personally also have alternate browsers, and even alternate operating systems, so that if any one of them gets bunged up by an "update", I have the alternates as fallbacks. I'm not one for putting everything in one basket, especially when that basket may be under the control of someone else who can snatch it away or take control of it at will. My primary OS is Windows 7, which does not update itself any more except for security updates, and I have turned those off, so that it's not updating at all any more. M$ has been know to sneak malware in on the coat tails of their "security" updates, so I put a stop to that mess.


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(01-10-2021, 02:51 AM)Ninurta Wrote: Folks here need to start engaging alternate platforms and connecting with one another there.
I recommend Gab, because it has it's own servers and infrastructure. I do not recommend Parler, because it is at
the mercy of Amazon, and for other reasons...

Quote:Trust no one, suspect everyone, especially new people that just pop into your world, and always demand proof.
Folks might think I'm engaging in paranoid overkill, but they thought that back when I was warning about the dangers
of Windows 10, too. Now let's wait a bit and see what M$ pops out of it's Win10 ass at this juncture...

Wise words.
I've thought about this whole internet and coof control scheme and looked at it from every angle I could conceive.
I'm afraid that it just won't work. People -customers, will always-always find another way of communicating with
each other... it's that simple.


I could toss in clichés like "there's always a bigger fish" or "life will find a way", but off the internet, most already
know the truth of what such extreme communication-strangling means. It means we'll just go around the obstacle!

Hence I posted Ninurta's second quote. If those who believed there should be a place where people could interact
with each other, a resourceful person would create such a market-square for such discourse.

One would manage such a place with regulations that they originally had in-mind to make sure a large spectrum
of possible customers would come to rely on and enjoy.
Lots of customers equals lots of money.

Ideally, those 'rules' would be to prevent any illegal activity in such a discussion-arena that could 'harm' customers,
deter other customers and possible effect the actual owner's running of the forum.

Improvements would be a must, as others realise there's wealth in them-there-hills, an owner would look for better
ways to retain their customers and grab at any new technology that came along to keep their place in the business
marketplace.

But... because the major companies have been infiltrated with people who adhere to an ideology that doesn't primarily
involve making money -or believe the already-accumulated wealth protects them from any such ideas of 'a bigger fish'
or 'life will find another way', they've seen these platforms as an ideal place to convert the people who've acclimatised
themselves to 'need' these discussion sites.

But reality doesn't work that way. If someone arrived at your door spouting garbage, you'd close the door. If a room
was full of people talking -what you believe is utter-shite, you'd not enter and go elsewhere. To those who enjoyed
taking part in a type of discussion some might not like, they'd remain there and enjoy the confidence of knowing they
were with like-minded people.

But a belief-system needs to grow due to doubt, it's the essence of a fanatic. So instead of sculpting their message to
cater for a wider and more-diverse audience, they set out in silencing those with alternative views.
That's all that has happened with Alphabet Inc.

You can forget people like Jack Dorsey, he's just a 'Bookie's-runner' for Wall Street Bankers. Zuckerberg is out of his
depth and he knows it. He and his chums started Facebook with -I believe, the idea of making money via a forum that
is not unlike Rogue Nation and then became tangled in the web of collusion.

It's the fuckers like Peter Thiel who saw Zuck's baby as a potential chess-piece to lock-in a monopolistic system of
communication-herding. Something the worshippers of social-control will pay highly for.

It's not just about eliminating competition, an act any smart business would look at, where the error has come is
from the zest these 'word-managers' revel in. The parts of the public who enjoy a discussion without the average
parameters that we all accept in the real world see this overthrow as just that, a need to control free speech.
And they will just move off to find another way of talking to each other.

(I frigging hate anecdotes, but here's mine and it's relevant to Ninurta's last comment in his post.)
There was a company that I've mention in other posts, a large business that rolled metal for worldwide usage.
It employed many from my community and as a young person, I saw that it would be a -physically-demanding,
but well-paid place to acquire wealth.

There was no chance this place would ever go the way of the dinosaurs, everybody I knew spoke of its greatness.
It had a social-club, a cricket team, a football team and other aspects of a communal business that looked to invest
in its employees.
It shut in 1998.

Oh my... what was I to do?!!
(Ninurta's words.)



Quote:"I personally also have alternate browsers, and even alternate operating systems, so that if any one of them gets
bunged up by an "update", I have the alternates as fallbacks.

I'm not one for putting everything in one basket, especially when that basket may be under the control of someone
else who can snatch it away or take control of it at will. My primary OS is Windows 7, which does not update itself
any more except for security updates, and I have turned those off, so that it's not updating at all any more.

M$ has been know to sneak malware in on the coat tails of their "security" updates, so I put a stop to that mess."

Problem...? You go around it.
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So whats next, well my dark mind sees this as next.
New hate speech laws, just as in Scotland and Norway, but no one says what hate speech is. So this means that TPTB can move the goal posts as they want.
So next law, The owners of web sites are reasonable for what is written on said sites. Also they will have to give all info about the person who wrote the "law braking" text.
All members of sites will have to prove who they are and age, this will be to protect the young ( the UK tried this with porn sites)
This makes it so easy to control and close down sites. Also think about the "EYES" system that the USA belongs to. The owners of sites will have to live outside "EYES", it will no longer be possible to base a site outside "EYES" and live in "EYES" country
Its a bit like VPNs, they will make it "law braking" to use VPNs based outside the "EYES" ( think of China) so it will be "law braking" to hide who you are.
All this will be to keep Democracy and children safe . Democracy must be locked away to protect it from the people. Children must tell everything they hear so as to help protect Democracy.

The fightback has started in Europe and im sure the EU is not too happy about the fight back, lets see what happens link
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(01-09-2021, 03:44 PM)Wallfire Wrote: The power grab just keeps on going. No free speech on the net, no free speech in your home, ask the wrong question lose your job.

Quote:Published January 9, 2021 at 10:34 p.m.

FOREIGN. The popular social media app Parler has been deleted from Google's Google Play service for its refusal to delete "offensive content". At the same time, Twitter challenger Gab is breaking traffic records.
Like the article on Facebook

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When Twitter last night shut down US President Donald Trump, as well as several other high-ranking officials in the circle around the president, the internet giant Google took the opportunity to act against Twitter's competitor Parler and blocked them from Google Play. It attracts the attention of several media.
Officially, it is alleged that Parler did not follow Google's guidelines when refusing to "remove offensive content such as inciting violence".
With the shutdown, it will be more difficult for those who have, for example, Android phones to install Parler on their phones. Launched in the summer of 2018, Parler has around ten million users and has made freedom of expression its guiding light.
- We are like the city square, an open square, without censorship, said CEO John Matze this summer.
However, Google does not want to offer its users apps where they can express what opinions they want. "We require apps to implement robust moderation of offensive content," it says.
At the same time as Twitter shut down Trump and Google threw out Parler, the slightly older and smaller Twitter challenger Gab broke a new traffic record. It announces the social media on its website. Around nine o'clock this morning Swedish time, the traffic was 25 times greater than normal at the same time, according to Gab's developers.
"The load on the site is very high", the developers state bluntly and appeal to users for patience. They also post screenshots that show the high load and state that they do everything they can to make the site work better.
Gab was started in 2016 after the whistleblower association Wikileaks called for an alternative to Twitter when they feared that the increasing censorship on the platform would affect them themselves. At the time, the gay right-wing debater Milo Yiannopoulos and former New York Times former editor Robert Stacy McCain had recently been suspended from Twitter.
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Wallfire my friend, not to pirate any of your OP, but I posted this as well...  http://rogue-nation3.com/showthread.php?...on=newpost  I think the effort to silence and take communication just might be imminent .... BY any Bull Sh _ _  means..  Woe to Republicans.. 
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Cut and pasted: 

Quote:An ABC News article calling for the "cleansing" of the movement of President Trump's supporters was stealth-edited after critics questioned the charged word.

"Even aside from impeachment and 25th Amendment talk, Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days," ABC's Rick Klein and MaryAlice Parks wrote for The Note on Thursday. "The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part. Cleansing the movement he commands, or getting rid of what he represents to so many Americans, is going to be something else."

It now reads, "Cleaning up the movement he commands, or getting rid of what he represents to so many Americans, is going to be something else."

They are telling us their plans with every Freudian slip. Some are not even that subtle.

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You just KNOW they've gone a step too far when even the ACLU says the Left is being draconian


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Shit's still getting realer and realer:

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(01-10-2021, 02:54 PM)Wallfire Wrote: Democracy must be locked away to protect it from the people. 

As old as I am, and as much as I have read, heard, and seen in my days, I believe that is the single most profound sentence I have ever read in my life.

You can be certain I am going to steal it, use it, and spread it far and wide.

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BOOMERANG!


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Facebook has lost $34 Billion, and Twitter has lost $5 Billion since they banned President Trump off their platform, and it keeps dropping. 

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Something to think about. Big tech try's to control us, what do we do-- move to somewhere else were we can be free and big tech loses. The people will not be silenced , we now have the means to get our voices heard, so what next, will Harris go all China and have the great fire wall of USA. Will laws be passed to close sites like GAB, only government approved VPNs ?.
The people have shown that will not be pushed under, so how far will Harris go to try and grab back power and push people under ??

Quote:The left will also suffer from censorship - wait and see

Published 13 January 2021 at 09.21
COLUMN. Although the new censorship campaign on social media is partly an attempt to erase the Trump movement from the history books, it is also an attempt to silence all criticism of the emerging political consensus in the coming Biden era, criticism that may come from left-wing or anti-war circles. It writes the libertarian and former presidential candidate Ron Paul, who himself has now been blocked from posting posts on Facebook.
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Last week's massive purge on social media - which began with President Trump being permanently suspended from Twitter and
other services - was shocking and frightening. Especially for us who value the free exchange of ideas.

The justifications given for silencing broad layers of public opinion are incomprehensible and the process is anything but transparent.
Nowhere in the president's two "offensive" Twitter posts, for example, was any call for violence expressed, either explicitly or implicitly.
This is a classic example of sentencing before the debt issue has been decided.

Many Americans view this attack on social media accounts as an attack by Liberals or Democrats against Conservatives and Republicans,
but they miss the point. Restricting the permissible views in the virtual public square is not an expression of a conspiracy against
conservatives.

As leftists like Glenn Greenwald have pointed out, this is a broader attack on any opinion that deviates from the raw marks of the
acceptable set by the mainstream elite, which consists of both Democrats and Republicans.

Yes, this is partly an attempt to erase the Trump movement from the history books, but it is also an attempt to silence all criticism
of the emerging political consensus in the coming Biden era, criticism that may come from left-wing or anti-war circles.

After all, a look at Biden's new "experts" shows that they will be the same failed neoconservative interventionists who gave us weekly
death lists, endless drone strikes, foreign coups, and even executions of U.S. citizens abroad by order of the U.S. government.
People on the left who complain about this "back to the future" -like foreign policy can also be sure that their voices will be silenced.

Those who continue to argue that social media companies are purely private companies that act independently of US government interests
ignore reality. The corporatist merger of "private" American social media companies and the US government's foreign policy goals has a
long history and is deeply permeated by the Obama / Biden era hyperinterventionism.

The IT giants long ago collaborated with the Obama / Biden / Clinton State Department and lent their tools to serve the United States'
"soft power" goals abroad. Whether it was the ongoing attempts to change regime in Iran, the 2009 coup in Honduras, the catastrophic
US-led coup in Ukraine, the "Arab Spring" or the destruction of Syria and Libya, etc., the major US IT companies happily cooperated with
the State Department and the U.S. intelligence services by providing tools to give power to those whom the United States wanted to promote
and silence those who have fallen into disfavor.

In short, the American government elites have worked with the IT giants abroad for years to decide who has the right to speak and who
should be silenced. What has changed is that you now reap what you sow.

So what needs to be done? Alternative social media that works for freedom of expression are also under attack from the IT giants and the
state Leviatan. There are no easy solutions. But we must think back to the dissidents of the era of Soviet tyranny. They had no internet.
They had no social media.

They had no ability to communicate with thousands or millions of like-minded freedom lovers. Still, they used incredible creativity to
continue spreading their ideas in the face of great adversity. For no army - not even the IT giants in alliance with the state apparatus
-can stop an idea whose time has come. And that idea is freedom. We must move forward with creativity and confidence!
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(01-13-2021, 12:07 PM)Wallfire Wrote:
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In short, the American government elites have worked with the IT giants abroad for years to decide who has the right to speak
and who should be silenced. What has changed is that you now reap what you sow.

So what needs to be done? Alternative social media that works for freedom of expression are also under attack from the IT giants and the
state Leviathan. There are no easy solutions. But we must think back to the dissidents of the era of Soviet tyranny. They had no internet.
They had no social media.

They had no ability to communicate with thousands or millions of like-minded freedom lovers. Still, they used incredible creativity to
continue spreading their ideas in the face of great adversity. For no army - not even the IT giants in alliance with the state apparatus
-can stop an idea whose time has come. And that idea is freedom. We must move forward with creativity and confidence!
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Like any competitive market, small companies will crop up and over time, bring the monopolies low.
It's happened before and will again.
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(01-10-2021, 10:52 PM)Ninurta Wrote: Cut and pasted: 

Quote:An ABC News article calling for the "cleansing" of the movement of President Trump's supporters was stealth-edited after critics questioned the charged word.

"Even aside from impeachment and 25th Amendment talk, Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days," ABC's Rick Klein and MaryAlice Parks wrote for The Note on Thursday. "The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part. Cleansing the movement he commands, or getting rid of what he represents to so many Americans, is going to be something else."

It now reads, "Cleaning up the movement he commands, or getting rid of what he represents to so many Americans, is going to be something else."

They are telling us their plans with every Freudian slip. Some are not even that subtle.

Dan Bongino -an investor in Parler, remarked on his show (18 min 20 sec) that Buzzfeed posted an article from Amazon AWS
that Parler were to be suspended BEFORE sending a notification to Parler!



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Quote:YouTube has suspended President Trump’s account for a minimum of 7 days, removed videos for “violating policies” and has disabled comments indefinitely.
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Quote:YouTube has suspended President Trump’s account for a minimum of 7 days, removed videos for “violating policies” and has disabled comments indefinitely.
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