It’s High Time to Switch Silicon Valley Off

I’ve given repeated consideration to chronicling social media’s pervasive and deleterious influence over hundreds of millions of people’s lives on this site. It’s a topic that has recently occupied a grand amount of personal mental space due to the ramifications of the public’s intimate relationship with the modern Internet behemoths. The most worrisome fact is that most are completely unaware of how the Zuckerberg’s, Dorsey’s, Cook’s, Pichai’s, Bezo’s and other Silicon Valley monopolistic plutocrats are employing Big Tech’s reach to manipulate human behavior and thought.

It was recently announced that YouTube (an Alphabet subsidiary, owner of Google), Facebook, Apple and Spotify all decided to ban Alex Jones’ (founder of InfoWars) content from their platforms. Collectively, their reasoning is extremely suspect, citing politically forked-tounge notions to justify the excommunication. Consider that Facebook stated that were prohibiting Jones from using the platform because he uses “dehumanizing language to describe people that are transgender, Muslims and immigrants”. Apple decided to desist from promulgating Jones’ podcasts because they are replete with “hate speech”. Continue reading

Social Media Wants to Purge Free Speech

Just like Hitler had his Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment & Propaganda, American communists within academia, the mainstream media and political circles have their own organizations whom act as fronts for mass censorship – social media.

What was once thought to be bastions of free speech within the internet have become ideological echo chambers, where Leftist thought abounds but Christianity and conservatism are squelched with much enthusiasm by their respective “communities”. Think of it as historical Marxist suppression manifested on the web. Continue reading

Which is Worse, Xenophobes or Traitors?

Character assassination is one of the trademarks of Leftist tacticians. Instead of debating the merits of an argument or idea, they demonize and attempt to censor their ideological opponents (as proven, once again, by Google’s latest actions). It can also be said that the ploy is an implicit admission that the Left’s pet dogmas are inherently weak, cannot stand scrutiny and therefore need to be upheld by repressive means. Continue reading