Alex Jones Banned From Twitter and Periscope for Complaining About Censorship

Daily Stormer
September 7, 2018

If there’s one thing to admire about Alex Jones, it is that he didn’t take this deep state censorship lying down. He went and hulked out on Capital Hill about it. He went to the Senate and got on a soapbox.

I like how he continues to blame the Chinese communists for all this. It is pretty clever.

He even harassed Little Marco, who had to pretend like he didn’t know who Alex Jones was in order to avoid getting into awkward conversations about Jewish censorship that he knows he isn’t allowed to be having.

Jones also hunted down the rat faced CNN reporter that’s been lobbying to have him removed from the Internet and berated him to his face.

Well, now the deep state strikes back, to finish silencing him from social media in its entirety. Alex Jones has finally been banned from Twitter.


Twitter has permanently banned the accounts of right-wing conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones and InfoWars for violating the company’s abusive behavior policies, the company said Thursday.

The ban appears to be related to a heated exchange between Jones and a CNN reporter Wednesday, which Jones live streamed on the Twitter-owned video service Periscope. Jones ranted at the reporter, as well as Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, following back-to-back congressional hearings where Dorsey addressed online election meddling, as well as accusations of political bias and conservative censorship on the platform.

Twitter is actually acknowledging that a video complaining about the harassment and censorship that Alex Jones has experienced is responsible for his ban. So if you complain about censorship, you will be further censored.

Of course, I’ve been banned from Twitter for years, as has the lead editor of this site, Andrew Anglin. Alex Jones could have stood up for these issues when the first battles were being fought long ago. He could have had Ricky Vaughn on, who was quantified by the MIT Media Lab as one of the top election influencers in the primaries, and yet found himself suspended in a brazen act of election meddling by Twitter. He could have talked about my situation– I am now the most censored single individual on the Internet, banned even from Gab for lawful speech. He could have talked about Andrew Anglin losing his domain names in an unprecedented multinational shutdown as his right to publish on the Internet was being violated by the domain regristry oligopoly and dozens of governments across the world. He did not.

It’s never too late, Alex.

We’re all in this together. Raise the black flag.

You have to realize that there’s only one thing you can do to really fix this situation. You have to talk about the story in its entirety. You have to talk about the Stormer. Our guys were the first subject to this kind of systematic Jewish censorship, and now it’s your turn. But you will hardly be the last.

If you do not raise the black flag, and talk about the real extent of Internet censorship, it is going to be too late soon. Because Obama unconstitutionally gave away the domain name system of the Internet to international powers, and we have to get it back.

Do you want to sit around talking about China as you are progressively more censored? Or do you want to have a legitimate conversation and let the First Amendment be the arbiter of what we are allowed to publish on the Internet?

The window will close soon, Alex, and if you don’t rally the troops and really get serious on this, I promise you, you’re going to be outside the realm of discourse that the powers that be have decided is acceptable. It doesn’t matter how many times you blame it on Communist China, or how many compromises you make. They aren’t going to let you have a say, unless everyone is allowed to have a say.

There’s still a chance to sleep in a bed other than the one you made for yourself.