Malcolm Flex, with 56,000 Twitter followers, has recently produced a must-watch video. His tweet accompanying this video says “Don’t underestimate today’s political power players just because they aren’t playing the same game as you.”
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The wave of channel bans in the past two weeks is one of the biggest yet. You may not have heard of “Mouthy Buddha,” but until last week, he had over 10 million subscribers on YouTube. Ten Million. And just like that, he was gone. Mouthy Buddha’s backup channel, which can be found on BitChute, […]
In the last few days YouTube has just banned, according to some reports, over 30 more channels. The Winston84 website was built to help people still find these content providers as they are forced to migrate to other platforms.
Active for only eight months, “Liberal Hivemind” has produced over 120 videos and earned 586,000 subscribers. The mission? “Former Liberal, looking to shine light on the hypocrisy that pushed me away from the left.”
According to Facebook’s fact checkers, a video got taken down because one of the people interviewed has been known to be “partially wrong.” But couldn’t that also mean they could be known to be “mostly right?”
Western culture under assault from all quarters. From BLM and Antifa in the streets to billionaires in corporate boardrooms, our heritage is being systematically destroyed. Maybe a little “Western chauvinism” is called for.
If you’re looking for information to challenge environmental policies that are based on poor science, this weekly newsletter has everything you need.
With America’s Spanish television news under the absolute control of liberals, it was a breath of fresh air to see Franklin Camargo, making the case for conservatives.
“Trump rallies have bright colors, singing, happiness, and good times. At BLM and Antifa protests, everyone is dressed in black, and they’re filled with violent hatred.”
Facebook was never just a “platform,” it was always a publishing empire with an editorial agenda. That reality is becoming more explicit.