(Humans Are Free) Are We Allowed to Talk About Anything of Importance, Anymore?
The short answer is no, we are not allowed to talk about anything of importance anymore.
We can no longer ask questions or state our opinions online without being demonetized, deplatformed or banned. The list of “forbidden subjects” is long, and it is growing longer by the day.
The following statements create the official narrative — one that you can not question unless you want to be censored or banned. Please note that many of these statements are stuff of Orwellian “deoublethink” (accepting two contradictory beliefs as true, simultaneously):
Read more & video Ben Swann (5:42) “Are Media Matters and George Soros Behind Social Purge?” via https://humansarefree.com/2019/12/freedom-of-speech-short-version.html
(The Truth About Cancer) Facebook is once again taking aggressive steps to prohibit free speech on its platform. They claim that their goal is to “protect” users from hate speech and dangerous misinformation, and political ads meant to mislead voters. But the result has been a lopsided attack on conservatives, supporters of natural and alternative medicine, and those who dare to question the safety of vaccines. →
Read more via Big Tech Continues Assault on Free Speech — The Truth About Cancer
‘Free Speech’ Becomes ‘Hate Speech’ If You Dare Questioning: Vaccines, Transgenderism, Chemtrails, GMOs or Big Pharma
(Humans Are Free) Now that World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee has announced a new “Contract for the Web” that he says will serve as “a road map to build a better web,” many are asking themselves: What’s to become of online free speech as we enter the year 2020? →
Read more & video: “Jordan Peterson: Free Speech & the Right to Offend” (2:52) via — Humans Are Free
(Natural News) Under the guise of protecting “digital rights,” World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee has launched a “Contract for the Web” that calls for an end to the “misuse” of the internet by governments, companies and individuals.
Endorsed by Google, Microsoft and Facebook, as well as by the governments of France, Germany and Ghana, Berners-Lee’s Contract for the Web emphasizes the “need” for stronger laws and regulations to create “a road map to build a better web.” →
Read more via Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, calls for an end to all independent speech — NaturalNews.com
By Mac Slavo
(Activist Post) Amnesty International has said that the “surveillance-based” business models of tech giants like Google and Facebook threaten human rights. Big tech has been known to collect private data, censor speech on behalf of the government, and financially punish dissenters by disallowing advertising. →
Read more via Amnesty International: Google & Facebook’s “Surveillance-Based” Model Threatens Human Rights — Activist Post.com