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If this is true, why is this happening under the radar of those who supposedly are fighting against such things?

https://breitbart.com/tech/2018/12/03/usmca-entrenches-tech-companies-right-censor/

https://beforeitsnews.com/v3/politics/2018/3043831.html

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« Reply #1 on: Dec 06, 2018, 01:24:29 pm »
 

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« Reply #2 on: Dec 06, 2018, 05:06:45 pm »
 

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You have to realize, when you choose to communicate things within these entities, you are in their house. They have the right to choose what you're allowed to say or not. If they lose that right, we lose that right. Start your own social media company. Start your own newspaper or news outlet. That is how this works. If you don't own it, it's not your say about what can be spoken/written/communicated within the spheres of these companies/entities.

We are in Global Gulag's house right now. There are rules. I'm human and may have messed up from time to time myself, but you don't abide or at least be respectful of them, you're gone.

Go outside to your local public park. According to the United States constitution and your state constitution, you should be able to speak and communicate whatever you like. That's how this works. You own it or have a stake in it, you're allowed freedom of speech. Demanding these private entities cater to what you believe you should have the right to, under their services, is completely unamerican. You think the constitution says, "the people shall have the right to post whatever video on youtube they want"? No. It doesn't. And if you think you have the right to anything you want in my house, you have another thing comin'.

The answer is to stop using these companies, start making newer better ones, or find better places to communicate (I recommend Gulag  8) )

Vote with your dollar/click.  ;)




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« Reply #4 on: Dec 07, 2018, 09:09:55 am »
 

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You have to realize, when you choose to communicate things within these entities, you are in their house. They have the right to choose what you're allowed to say or not. If they lose that right, we lose that right. Start your own social media company. Start your own newspaper or news outlet. That is how this works. If you don't own it, it's not your say about what can be spoken/written/communicated within the spheres of these companies/entities.

We are in Global Gulag's house right now. There are rules. I'm human and may have messed up from time to time myself, but you don't abide or at least be respectful of them, you're gone.

Go outside to your local public park. According to the United States constitution and your state constitution, you should be able to speak and communicate whatever you like. That's how this works. You own it or have a stake in it, you're allowed freedom of speech. Demanding these private entities cater to what you believe you should have the right to, under their services, is completely unamerican. You think the constitution says, "the people shall have the right to post whatever video on youtube they want"? No. It doesn't. And if you think you have the right to anything you want in my house, you have another thing comin'.

The answer is to stop using these companies, start making newer better ones, or find better places to communicate (I recommend Gulag  8) )

Vote with your dollar/click.  ;)




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So, as you have stated this is true.  However, when these companies do so in order to steer elections and are already in bed with the CIA, then problems begin.  If they are using antitrust laws on their behalf, such as Facebook, then is it still true?  At that point I doubt it.

I agree that platforms need to be built and I'm aware of one that is being worked on.  Yet it is the bait and swtich tactic that allowed these companies to get so big and then now decide what to do.  So let me make the main point, as anything with these companies would be a court battle of the ages.

We heard and heard how President Trump was going to go after these people, how he was working on trying to see what could be done.  So now under the new trade deal there is a clause that allows censorship.  No court battle here needed to know whether or not this is legal.  (think antitrust protection provided to some)  Instead of going after them, if this is ratified as it stands, it will  possibly end up in the courts, but it will be quite some time.  So just how does that work?  Did someone slip this in under the radar, despite Trump's team of lawyers?  Are sensationalist making this out to be something it is not?  Or did we just get hoodwinked?

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So, as you have stated this is true.  However, when these companies do so in order to steer elections and are already in bed with the CIA, then problems begin.  If they are using antitrust laws on their behalf, such as Facebook, then is it still true?  At that point I doubt it.

I agree that platforms need to be built and I'm aware of one that is being worked on.  Yet it is the bait and swtich tactic that allowed these companies to get so big and then now decide what to do.  So let me make the main point, as anything with these companies would be a court battle of the ages.

We heard and heard how President Trump was going to go after these people, how he was working on trying to see what could be done.  So now under the new trade deal there is a clause that allows censorship.  No court battle here needed to know whether or not this is legal.  (think antitrust protection provided to some)  Instead of going after them, if this is ratified as it stands, it will  possibly end up in the courts, but it will be quite some time.  So just how does that work?  Did someone slip this in under the radar, despite Trump's team of lawyers?  Are sensationalist making this out to be something it is not?  Or did we just get hoodwinked?

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You think Trump has the people's best interests in mind or something? Lol still trusting in the plan or OneBillionD chess?  ;D

Either way, this is absolutely good and the national socialist propaganda coming from the likes of Breitbart and/or Infowars is making you think otherwise. Yes, corporations are capable of and engaged in some completely disgusting/immoral/unamerican things, but considering the status they are given as far as corporate personhood or the general rights they are given themselves (in courts/law), the same antitrust laws or censorship laws (good or bad) could then easily be applied to United States citizens. Do you understand what I just implied? Because if you don't, I'd have to go full Morpheus right now.

How are they steering the election? Is trying to steer an election wrong or illegal? Have you ever tried to convince someone else to vote for a certain candidate? Are you guilty of that?

And yes, you are getting hoodwinked by the people who are telling you, you have the right to say and do whatever the hell you want within someone else's property. It's a con job and you're being betrayed by media you trust.



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So, as you have stated this is true.  However, when these companies do so in order to steer elections and are already in bed with the CIA, then problems begin.  If they are using antitrust laws on their behalf, such as Facebook, then is it still true?  At that point I doubt it.

I agree that platforms need to be built and I'm aware of one that is being worked on.  Yet it is the bait and swtich tactic that allowed these companies to get so big and then now decide what to do.  So let me make the main point, as anything with these companies would be a court battle of the ages.

We heard and heard how President Trump was going to go after these people, how he was working on trying to see what could be done.  So now under the new trade deal there is a clause that allows censorship.  No court battle here needed to know whether or not this is legal.  (think antitrust protection provided to some)  Instead of going after them, if this is ratified as it stands, it will  possibly end up in the courts, but it will be quite some time.  So just how does that work?  Did someone slip this in under the radar, despite Trump's team of lawyers?  Are sensationalist making this out to be something it is not?  Or did we just get hoodwinked?

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Or did we just get hoodwinked?
The Donald Trump-George Soros Connection

In 2004, George Soros made a $160 million loan to Donald Trump to build Trump Tower in Chicago. The $160 million Soros investment came in the form of a so-called "mezzanine loan." (A mezzanine loan is like a second mortgage that charges a higher interest rate than the initial construction loan.) Additionally, in 2008, Trump and Soros found themselves named co-defendants in a major lawsuit together…

Nevertheless, later in 2009 – on Christmas Eve, in fact – The New York Post noted that Trump attended a private party with Soros and infamously liberal Hollywood director Oliver Stone.

ETC....


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You think Trump has the people's best interests in mind or something? Lol still trusting in the plan or OneBillionD chess?  ;D

Either way, this is absolutely good and the national socialist propaganda coming from the likes of Breitbart and/or Infowars is making you think otherwise. Yes, corporations are capable of and engaged in some completely disgusting/immoral/unamerican things, but considering the status they are given as far as corporate personhood or the general rights they are given themselves (in courts/law), the same antitrust laws or censorship laws (good or bad) could then easily be applied to United States citizens. Do you understand what I just implied? Because if you don't, I'd have to go full Morpheus right now.

How are they steering the election? Is trying to steer an election wrong or illegal? Have you ever tried to convince someone else to vote for a certain candidate? Are you guilty of that?

And yes, you are getting hoodwinked by the people who are telling you, you have the right to say and do whatever the hell you want within someone else's property. It's a con job and you're being betrayed by media you trust.



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Comment as you will with your built in assumptions.  I never stated that I trusted Trump, so the assumption that I am being hoodwinked is null and void.  If you knew who I was you would know that I certainly don't trust the media.  The fact is many people, even on here, are either on the fence about Trump or do support him.


Yet for all everything is now, where we have enjoyed, as an American people, the opinon columns of many newspapers, this type of censorship is likely to have a trickle down effect.  They are censoring university homework assignments, education in schools, churches through IRS regs., now online.  How long before it is the local newspaper opinion column?  Most people won't care and therefore it is likely to happen.

If you were to ask my opinion, our President and the blind trust that people, who used to be in the true patriotic movement, might cause more damage than Hillary could have.  If I were to look at legislation that is being introduced and look at the legality of the censorship, then we might have a problem.  Consider your comment that they can do whatever they want?  (social media giants)  Then why place something inside the new trade deal?

Honestly I would not be surprised if by the end of next year, the consensus of people have changed BECAUSE they know that censorship is allowed and with that shift it floods into jobs, you name it.  Then again I wouldn't be surprised if red flags laws were passed by both the House and Senate, signed by Trump and whoever they want (true patriots) they come a knocking!



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Or did we just get hoodwinked?
The Donald Trump-George Soros Connection

In 2004, George Soros made a $160 million loan to Donald Trump to build Trump Tower in Chicago. The $160 million Soros investment came in the form of a so-called "mezzanine loan." (A mezzanine loan is like a second mortgage that charges a higher interest rate than the initial construction loan.) Additionally, in 2008, Trump and Soros found themselves named co-defendants in a major lawsuit together…

Nevertheless, later in 2009 – on Christmas Eve, in fact – The New York Post noted that Trump attended a private party with Soros and infamously liberal Hollywood director Oliver Stone.

ETC....


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I say the 'hoodwinked' in a rhetorical sense.  I am forced to debate with those who are 'all in' when it comes to supporting Trump.  For me the train went by and I missed it.



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I say the 'hoodwinked' in a rhetorical sense.  I am forced to debate with those who are 'all in' when it comes to supporting Trump.  For me the train went by and I missed it.



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It made a great headline though
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Comment as you will with your built in assumptions.  I never stated that I trusted Trump, so the assumption that I am being hoodwinked is null and void.  If you knew who I was you would know that I certainly don't trust the media.  The fact is many people, even on here, are either on the fence about Trump or do support him.

Your original post seemed like you still trusted the plan. I was feeling you out, triggerooski. Who and how many support Trump or don't does not matter in the slightest. The hoodwink is on big time and it's coming from the media and the education system. And the whole reason this thread exists is because you were hoodwinked by Breitbart. It's OK; I've seen it happen to quite a few people here and in real life.

Yet for all everything is now, where we have enjoyed, as an American people, the opinon columns of many newspapers, this type of censorship is likely to have a trickle down effect.  They are censoring university homework assignments, education in schools, churches through IRS regs., now online.  How long before it is the local newspaper opinion column?  Most people won't care and therefore it is likely to happen.

What? Where the hell have you been for the past 60 years? The media and schools have been chock full of socialist, nihilist, degenerate, humanist bullshit for that long at the least! Try getting a government grant to research the creation theory. Try stating you're a strict consitutionalist and applying to head your local newspaper editorial office. You think this is all new? I read local newspapers to keep an eye on the socialist propaganda and Masonic workings around the community. Been doing it for years. And don't get me started on my highschool biology teacher.

If you were to ask my opinion, our President and the blind trust that people, who used to be in the true patriotic movement, might cause more damage than Hillary could have.  If I were to look at legislation that is being introduced and look at the legality of the censorship, then we might have a problem.  Consider your comment that they can do whatever they want?  (social media giants)  Then why place something inside the new trade deal?

Yes the damage is being done big time right now. This thread is an example of it. I really wonder a lot if Hillary getting elected would've been better for us in the long run.

The trade agreement comes down to trusts and corporate entities. They are one of the last bastions of freedom and Americana. It would take an entire thread of its own to explain, but Infowars and the like are being steered into helping destroy that part of what's left. And you're falling for it. You didn't answer my question. Do I need to go full Morpheus on yo ass?  8)

Honestly I would not be surprised if by the end of next year, the consensus of people have changed BECAUSE they know that censorship is allowed and with that shift it floods into jobs, you name it.  Then again I wouldn't be surprised if red flags laws were passed by both the House and Senate, signed by Trump and whoever they want (true patriots) they come a knocking!

C'mon man. You ever even had a job? Most people sign away their right to free speech right there on paper when they join the corporation as a human resource while they are under the supervision of higher ups. It's not censorship. It's a contract. And that's what you're missing out on.



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