Ultimately what the establishment fears is open forums that lead to shifts in what is “acceptable political discourse.”
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This week Big Tech served notice to the American Right: We are going to keep you on the run, we are going to limit your audiences, we are going to keep you small and we are going to watch everything you do.
High profile acts of censorship mask more subtle operations on lesser known victims. On 1/06 YouTube also removed a video of an interview with Catherine Austin Fitts. Posted only two weeks earlier, it already had 3.0 million views.
If technology makes it possible to live 150 years, and it isn’t possible to keep this secret, why not downsize the population, integrate robots, so you can have a very wealthy and luxurious life without management headaches?
Thanks to suggestions from our viewers, we have added three more suppressed platforms to the Winston84 directory. The first of these, and long overdue for inclusion, is the Gateway Pundit, edited by Jim Hoft and active since 2004.
Probably one of the deadliest minefields, among all categories of suppressed discourse, is to venture into the topic of transsexuals with anything apart from absolute adherence to the politically correct perspective. Rather than do that, we’d just like to draw attention to the work of 4thWaveNow, a website and Twitter account that bills itself as […]
On December 16, Attorney Jesse Binnall testified before the U.S. Congress on what his team alleges were instances of voter fraud in Nevada. Read here the full transcript of this suppressed video.
RedPill78 is investigating fraud and corruption, and connecting the dots. Listen and see for yourself how close he and others are getting to truths, which if spread far and wide, could be very inconvenient for America’s ruling class.
An ongoing public debate over the impact of fraud on the outcome of the 2020 election would be healthy. But to the extent that debate occurs, it will be done on alterative media.
Big tech is partnered with establishment media and corrupt special interests within the federal government. There are things they don’t want us to know, and they’re trying to put the genie back in the bottle.