What the hell did I just read?
“China’s assertive campaign to police discourse about its policies, even outside of its borders, and the acquiescence of American companies eager to make money in China, pose a dangerous and growing threat to one of this nation’s core values: the freedom of expression.
The Communist state is becoming more and more aggressive in pressuring foreign companies to choose between self-censorship and the loss of access to what will soon be the world’s largest market. An old list of taboo topics, sometimes described as the “three Ts” — Tibet, Tiananmen and Taiwan — has been joined by newer subjects that must not be mentioned, including protests in Hong Kong and China’s mistreatment of its Muslim minority. …
American companies choose to operate under the laws of the United States and to reap the benefits of life in the United States — and they ought to be held accountable for upholding the values of the United States. American companies should feel a responsibility for maintaining the right to free expression in the internet spaces they create and operate. …
America’s commitment to human rights, including the freedom of expression, has always required careful tending and firm resolve. It now faces an especially stern test. The world is watching — and talking.”
"These platforms are like round the clock digital white supremacist rallies." – ADL pic.twitter.com/fUYXpoiaTd— zyntrax (@zyntrax) October 19, 2019
The values of the United States?
There is no such thing as “free expression” in the United States particularly on Silicon Valley’s internet platforms which are policed by the ADL.
“Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg warned during a speech at Georgetown University that Chinese-owned apps such as TikTok pose a greater threat to user privacy than Facebook. Zuckerberg argues that China “is now exporting their vision of the internet to other countries.”
Mashable reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated during a recent speech at Georgetown University that Chinese company-owned apps such as TikTok which is owned by Chinese company ByteDance pose more of a threat to user privacy than American companies such as Facebook.
During the speech, Zuckerberg stated: “While our services, like WhatsApp, are used by protesters and activists everywhere due to strong encryption and privacy protections, on TikTok, the Chinese app growing quickly around the world, mentions of these protests are censored, even in the U.S. Is that the internet we want?
Zuckerberg stated that China “is now exporting their vision of the internet to other countries.” He further add: “Until recently, the internet in almost every country outside China has been defined by American platforms with strong free expression values. There’s no guarantee these values will win out. A decade ago, almost all of the major internet platforms were American. Today, six of the top ten are Chinese.”
I can’t wait for the 2020s and 2030s.
I’ve been censored by Twitter, Facebook, Google/YouTube, Venmo, PayPal, Stripe, Donately and Google Pay. Occidental Dissent is blacklisted by Google. Silicon Valley doesn’t give a shit about “free expression.” The New York Times demands censorship in the United States.
What services are the Chinese offering? We could use a payment processor. I hope the Chinese destroy Silicon Valley’s platforms in international competition.
Why should I care about the democracy protests in Hong Kong? Why should I care about Chinese nationalism or the fact that China is censoring rap music? Both the United States and China practice censorship. The primary difference is that the former does it to advance the interests of our hostile Jewish elite and its program of cultural degeneracy whereas Great Helmsman Xi Jinping does it to promote Chinese interests and healthier values.
Note: I’m betting on China in this horse race!