August 11, 2018
The coordinated social media ban of Alex Jones by the big tech monopolies proved that avoiding serious talk about Jews and race won’t save you from the ban hammer. It is no longer a viable option.
One of the biggest stories of the past week has undoubtedly been the coordinated ban of Alex Jones from nearly every major social media site on the Internet. For the past year or so, there was an unwritten rule that you’d be safe so long as you didn’t talk about the Jewish problem and you weren’t overly aggressive on racial issues. We all knew that this situation was not going to last and Jones getting banned proved it. At this point, anybody who has political views to the right of Karl Marx risks getting the ban hammer dropped on them for any reason or no reason at all.
Think I’m joking?
While I was writing this article, Gavin McInnes and “The Proud Boys” were banned from Twitter. The Twitter thought police banned them because they said that they were a violent extremist group.
Twitter suspended the accounts of Vice Magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes and his far-right Proud Boys group Friday afternoon. The suspension came ahead of this weekend’s “Unite the Right” rally in Washington D.C.
The accounts were shut down for violating the company’s policies prohibiting violent extremist groups, Twitter said in a statement to Buzzfeed News, which was first to report the suspension.
McInnes co-founded Vice Magazine with Vice Media’s current president Shane Smith in 1994, but left the company in 2008. He went on to found the Proud Boys in 2016.
The group and its members self-identify as “western chauvinists,” and McInnes has in the past publicly distanced himself from white supremacists. However, Proud Boys regularly take part in far-right events, where members have been observed taking part in violence against counter-demonstrators. Before its suspension Friday, the official Twitter account of the organization featured a cover photo of a Proud Boy punching a counter-protester.
McInnes and “The Proud Boys” do not talk about the Jewish problem and have publicly disavowed White supremacy. They even claim that the development of Western civilization has not been connected to race. These moderate views were not enough to save them. Some of their people got into public altercations with anti-fascists and this was all Twitter needed to label them a violent extremist group and have them banned.
Gavin McInnes once stuck a dildo in his ass on camera while working for the Jew Ezra Levant of Rebel Media. Not even publicly humiliating himself for the Jews could prevent his Twitter ban.
Everything that happened to the Alt-Right after the Unite the Right rally is happening to moderate right leaning figures in real time. Nobody is safe from the ban hammer.
The point of this is simple. There is absolutely nothing to gain by ignoring the Jewish problem and being soft on racial issues. Anyone who leans to the right on the political spectrum is being labeled a Neo-Nazi, White supremacist. There is no distinction being made between moderate Republican Donald Trump supporters and the Daily Stormer. We even saw this in the lead up to the 2016 election when Trump himself was literally being called a Nazi.
Unfortunately, many of these moderate figures don’t seem to get what’s going on. They think that they’re dealing with reasonable people who will deal with them fairly so long as they don’t push the boundaries. In reality, they’re dealing with unreasonable and evil individuals known as Jews who do not believe in fairness.
So with that said, it is actually advantageous to us that this process is accelerated. The more people who get banned, the more likely it is that the government will have the necessary justification to step in and begin regulating these tech monopolies. There’s also the chance that some of these people getting banned will finally grow the balls to start exposing the Jews and take a tough stance on racial issues.
Big tech should really be called big Jew tech because it’s dominated by Jewish interests. Google and Facebook are run by Jews and Twitter is largely policed by the Jewish Anti-Defamation League.
Long term though, government regulation is really the only solution to this problem. We have a small group of large monopolistic tech companies that have total control over the public square of the day. They choose who is allowed to have access to the public square based on a set of arbitrary standards that is constantly redefined via their terms of service.
This idea that they are private companies and can do whatever they want is insane. This is not a situation like that Christian bakery refusing to bake a cake for some faggots. Those faggots could have easily taken their business to many other bakeries. In this case, there is only one public square and that public square currently exists on the large social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Without access to those sites, you are effectively rendered a nonperson on the Internet.
On top of that, it isn’t like I as a private individual can magically create myself another public square. Sure, I can stand up my own forum and maybe even create my own social media site, but it will never represent the public square. This is the equivalent of telling people that they have free speech in their own homes – which even the allegedly evil Soviet Union allowed, and which modern China allows.
Even if you do start your own site, there are no guarantees. Just look at how much energy has been put into trying to push the Daily Stormer offline. Our domain is still being illegally held by a massive tech corporation.
And then we had Microsoft threatening to shut down the Azure servers that run the Twitter clone Gab. They made these threats over a few anti-Jew postings that they disapproved of.
So even if you take the initiative and start your own platform, there’s no assurances that you will even be able to keep it online. This is obviously a completely ridiculous and unsustainable situation. That’s why we need some type of government regulation to ensure that there is equal access for all political views and opinions on the Internet: an Internet Bill of Rights.
But until that time comes, avoiding discussion of the Jewish problem and racial issues is not going to save you. Everybody is getting banned. This is a total and complete social media shut down that’s under way.