Don’t think for a minute less Suppression

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Be prepared for more of this, but they will lose

The Internet cannot be defeated

Yes, another hoodwink mentioned in this meme but ascribing it wrong, and it really bugs me when people use a lie or a “hoodwink” to make a statement on something I (for one) am really behind.  Something I thought well “Propagandized out” when I finally learned of it.

Book Burning.  What do they use as an Example?

Well, Hitler’s Germany of course?  Wanna promote something as evil? The big question should probably be “How Can We Ascribe This To Nazi’s?”.

In fact, the books burned in this photo meme were the Zionist Books on Pornography which had run rampant in especially Berlin under the Zionist control. That and the Communist books which were invented by the Zionists and all part of the Bolshevik Revolution, which killed 10s of Millions of mostly Christians. Kinda a neat “Preface” to leave out eh? Just like there are a bunch of dead bodies. Somebody whispers “Gas Chambers” or worked to death or starvation, but NOBODY discusses the Autopsies showing they died of Typhus. A disease that was rampant and untreatable as the Allies bombed out the Hospital supply routes. Nice to show photos and no preface eh?

 

German Book Burning WWII

 

Recently with “Alex Jones”, his videos and posts were banned on many mediums:

Major technology companies including Apple, Facebook, and YouTube this week deleted years of content from conservative conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars shows over allegations of hate speech, a sudden clampdown that is fueling the growing debate over the degree to which technology companies block those who spread objectionable material.

The move, led by Apple’s decision Sunday night to remove most of Jones’s podcasts, was unusual for its sweep and speed, suggesting a new assertiveness by technology companies that in the past have worked to avoid alienating conservatives who often contend that left-leaning Silicon Valley is biased against them. The removals appeared to be prompted by an increasing number of users flagging Infowars content for policy violations and by increased public pressure on tech firms in recent weeks.

Jones’s shows long have sparked complaints because of many elaborate and unsupported claims, including those mass shootings such as the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School may have been staged and that the government orchestrated the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. In July, YouTube banned one of his videos from June entitled “How to Prevent Liberalism,” which depicts a man shoving a child to the ground.

But in acting against Jones in recent days, the technology companies cited unspecified violations of their rules against hateful language. Facebook said in a statement Monday that it was removing four of Jones’s pages “for glorifying violence, which violates our graphic violence policy, and using dehumanizing language to describe people who are transgender, Muslims and immigrants, which violates our hate speech policies.”

Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter have long clung to the claim that they are neutral platforms. And while they block some content, such as child pornography, they have resisted being arbiters of what is objectionable. Their actions in recent days echoed the abrupt removal of the accounts of some white supremacists a year ago, a few days after the far-right rallies in Charlottesville. But after the backlash from Charlottesville and the Russian use of social media platforms to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, companies have become increasingly willing to block abusive content, even at the risk of impinging on free speech.

The recent actions by the technology companies also highlight the opaque nature of their decision-making, with most not publicly specifying what content by Jones violated their policies or how they decided what posts to block and which to leave online. Jones has treaded close to some definitions of hate speech for years.

Now you might notice that I never reference Alex Jones videos etc. on hollowhoax.

I personally believe that after 911, Alex turned into a “Zionist Shill” and much of his stuff is too radical for me to back up or reference, while still claiming credibility.  However, I can, as you can ignore Alex.  You don’t have to watch his stuff.  We do not need BIG BROTHER to keep this all from our “wittle ewyes” ok?

All they do by this is force the popular that they are trying to stop to start new platforms. They lose because the Alex Jones people stop using their service. They lose because people (even if they do not agree with Alex, like me) call “Suppression” and look for other mediums. They gain nothing. They lose in revenue from ads that were making money off Alex Jones by default. They lose. It looks good on them. Lose-Lose-Lose.

Which is why when they started playing games with me on this crap, I finally bought and hosted my own website which they can’t do anything about at all now. I have thousands of visitors and sharers and they love the platform as it cannot be suppressed. Just like where I have escaped to, for my own Social Media use on MeWe. The people who designed this site know this case all too well.  I am glad for the platform.

Information, take it or leave it. Investigate it and call it fraud if you want. Yet

Suppression just shows ONE thing. You lose. You lose. You lose.

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