Big Tech censorship has gotten so bad in recent months that Russian president Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador have been speaking out against it. Democracy must not be allowed to die in the darkness.
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Off topic but spice af, HW. Thoughts?
What exactly is involved in “slamming” a thing? Is it like “ripping” or “blasting” a thing? Or is it more like some other clickbait cliche I can’t recall off the top of my head (just read breitbart for teh full list)?
Anyway, RE: Putin. It took 80 years of hell and communism for Russia to get a leader of the quality of Putin. He isn’t perfect, but I don’t think even his critics can credibly claim he isn’t a patriot.
If their past is our prologue, i’ve got very little to look forward too beyond a quick execution if I’m lucky. We will likely never see his sort of leadership in our lifetimes.
“In Fascism, the international capitalists can silence the Head of State.”
-Benito Mussolini, Source: Wikipedia.
Merkel only spoke against it because she thinks the US government should just be imprisoning people for hate speech. Hers was a complaint about outsourcing enforcement of speech crimes to corporations, not about infringement of speech per se.
Yes, that’s true. She does not object to totalitarianism, only that it must be administered directly, not outsourced.
Correct. Angela “Merkel” Kasner is an enemy of the people, as pro-billionaire-oligarchy and anti-free-speech as they come.
Putin just delivered his biggest speech in years, perhaps decades and there is no coverage in the west. Some ideas aren’t meant for the deplorables to be heard.
Great synopsis on Stalker Zone.
Got a link?
You mean his response to the U.S.’s latest colour revolution operation featuring the U.S.’s puppet Navalny and the story that Putin having received a brand new palace as a bribe from corrupt oligarchs? Read reliable independent news sources, not CIA-orchestrated, presstitute “news” sources.