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Big Censorship is Our Biggest Threat

Wake up America, and wake up quickly.

    After a year of great national upheaval, beginning with: the Fake Impeachment of President Trump; then the Covid pandemic and the resultant political overreach; the summer of "mostly peaceful protests"; the coordinated, and successful monumental Voter Fraud, achieved in plain sight by Democratic Socialists; the storming of the Capitol by radical elements posing as core supporters of President Donald Trump; and now the largest issue of the last 14 months has now occurred - The Wanton Censorship of Americans by Intentionally Crushing the First Amendment; All in Plain Sight.

    In a year of bad actions by very bad people, this is by far the worst done to destroy this Constitutional Republic. Anyone telling you different is either a liar, a Stupid or those that truly hate our United States Constitution.

    Should those aforementioned groups continue to destroy big pieces of this Constitutional Republic, we will lose what our forefathers, our Founders sacrificed so much to achieve, which has long been our greatest gift, our most magnificent blessing.

poll#130
Big Tech Platforms are acting as the defacto policing /judgement force of the internet by deciding whose Speech is most relevant, which Speech might languish, and which Speech must die, never to be resurrected. Is this what you expected to occur on OUR internet when we began expending so much of our time on this medium?
  Yes, I have always trusted a larger entity to divine for me what is true and what is real.
  No, I did expect the internet to become a conduit to information that might enlighten my perspective by the choices I make while using OUR internet.
  I never think this deeply; this makes my brain hurt.
23 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?


poll#128
Where do you stand on the wanton censorship by Big Tech Platforms, while retaining their Section 230 carveout indemnifying them for Slander /Defamation lawsuits and Copyright infringements?
  Big Tech Platforms have the right to Censor all speech providing they voluntarily relinquish their Section 230 Carveout.
  Big Tech Platforms DO NOT have the right to Censor any speech, while retaining multiple indemnifications by virtue of the Section 230 Carveout.
  I know nothing of this 230 talk, but "I do love me some social media".
331 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?







Comment

( January 12th, 2021 @ 6:52 pm )
 
Just placed on the Stan Deatherage's Facebook space:

Alright ... this time, I am taking an extended break from my Stan Deatherage Facebook place here on FB, if only for no other reason, to show solidarity with the victims of the Big Tech Platforms' colluded Censorship, and as of late, obvious Anti Trust violations.

I will still continue to use my BCN FB space to promote some posts on beaufortcountynow.com - the largest online publication in the history of Beaufort County, quite possibly in this immediate region of eastern NC.

If you are interested in contacting me there, or, if you wish to join that moderated informational platform, which gets many multiples of traffic more than anything that I see here where I am involved. Additionally, BCN has a long history of displaying informative posts that actually teach as well as entertain; while keeping one abreast of real news, with far less unfocused conjecture ... and please feel free to register for a Membership if you do not have one already.

Becoming a Member, at varying levels here on BCN, allows for Members to private message one another, comment on posts written by a wealth of current contributors, or submit your own well considered and decently presented post.

All folks from all walks of life, of all political persuasions are welcome.

I hope to see you there.



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