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Big Tech Bans (Censors) Infowars, Alex Jones

It has come to this; the Big Tech companies are blatantly banning InfoWars.

Not content to shadow ban Infowars, they have proceeded to the extreme position of outright banning them.

Apple, Spotify, Facebook and YouTube all banned Infowars within 12 hours of each other.  Paul Joseph Watson, in an article on Infowars says:

Here are the real reasons Infowars is being purged by Big Tech;

– Infowars is widely credited with having played a key role in electing Donald Trump. By banning Infowars, big tech is engaging in election meddling just three months before crucial mid-terms.

– With the Infowars ban, Apple, Facebook , Spotify & YouTube (Google) have all now ascribed themselves the power to remove people & outlets from their platforms based on their political opinions. This power will be abused time and time again to meddle in elections.

– The ban also sets the precedent that the mere charge alone of having committed “hate speech,” with no specific examples even provided, is enough to memory hole an individual or group’s digital presence.

– The ban is just part of a wider censorship purge that also use stealth censorship, shadow banning and algorithmic manipulation to hide and bury conservative content.

– Apple also chose to shut down Infowars after we repeatedly criticized them for working with and selling data to the Communist Chinese government. Just a coincidence, I’m sure.

That this is just the opening salvo in the Globalist censorship of conservative, anti-Globalist content is obvious, as Candace Owens was suspended from Twitter for mimicking Sarah Jeong’s Twitter posts, replacing “white” with “black” and “Jew”, to highlight the racist nature of Jeong’s Tweets, which have not been deleted, nor has Jeong been suspended. The obviousness of the double standard is glaring. Sarah Jeong, of course, was recently added to the New York Times Editorial Board.

Lydia Polgreen’s (Editor-in-Chief of HuffPost) reaction to the news of Infowars being banned implied Facebook was too slow to ban the pages. “Facebook finally boots Alex Jones and InfoWars. I suspect this will be received as too little, too late,” she wrote.

The Globalist minions will rejoice at Infowars being banned, but their joy might very well be short-lived, as the backlash from conservatives and anti-Globalists will be intense. The issue is Free Speech. It is the “progressives”, who are the minions of the Globalists, who seek to stifle any opinion differing from their own. They know that in a war of words, of rationality, that they cannot win. Their only option is to stifle debate.

That this is happening in the lead-up to the November elections is very telling. It implies that the “blue wave” that they speak of, is in jeopardy. While they scream that the Russians are interfering in our elections, they are the ones interfering, with this blatant campaign of censorship.

I doubt Infowars and Candace Owens will be the only ones censored. The Globalist “progressives” are desperate, and as we have seen with their ANTIFA storm troopers, they will promote their hatred and violence, along with their lies and Fake News, while preventing public discourse whenever it suits them.

What can we do? InfoWars’ videos, (at least some of them) are being posted on Real.Video, a new liberty oriented video site that recently came on line. You can see them here. There are also InfoWars videos posted on Vimeo.

Going to InfoWars, or Prison Planet, websites, instead of through the Globalist networks is a means of giving a boost to InfoWars, and giving a kick in the teeth to the censorship crowd, too.

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Shorty Dawkins


  1. I don’t use FACEBOOK. I think most folks whom choose to use it, or all the folks whom choose not to use it, knew that censoring users was already in effect long before today, and ultimately were aware that it was simply just a new trendy sensation. It was hot, and now it’s not. Just like a great new rock band sensation that topped the charts, sold out arenas across the globe, and now that old worn out rock band couldn’t fill a dive bar on the east side of Chicago charging a ten dollar cover charge!! The great thing to learn from this is folks don’t have to use a specific social network, a specific search engine, or for that matter, the internet at all… If it is control of the web the communist/socialist sociopaths want, then let em control their failing sold out, use to be trendy platforms. It will pave the way for a “NEW ERA”, in a free based, non bias intranet system with more control at the finger tips of the users, not the providers. It is clear that monopoly based, super tech giants have become run away tech tyrants.

  2. I don’t use facebook anymore because of how bad it got, but infowars on youtube was a good place to get some of the info that’s going on. Last night I was watching a live stream recording of what just happened in portland with Antifa but didn’t get to finish it because I wake up today and the video is gone along with their youtube channel.

    I don’t really have any contacts because I’m in a bad situation and I’m not prepared either, just mentally. But I’m getting even more worried now then I was before about all of this, I don’t really know what to do or where to look for information. Also what happens if they just censor everything online? What can I do to find out info then?

    I only use MeWe right now but it would be super helpful if someone could point me in the right direction info wise because I’m really not looking forward to the bread lines if they even show enough humanity to do that once the SHTF. v.v

      1. I would have done that a long time ago, but I live in poverty so I literally can’t 🙁

        I have no way of transport, no preps, not even that many clothes.

        All I can do right now is just hope that the day everything goes to hell holds off until I’m able to even do anything.

  3. I highly recommend With a little time to grow, I feel they can one day emerge as a serious contender with Utube.

  4. If Lacey & Larkin win on free speech then Alex Jones should win also should he choose to accept that mission. Personally I don’t keep up with Alex Jones just as I felt that Lacey & Larkins “entertainment weekly” sometimes did a good public service but often played politics that I neither agree with the goal nor the means used to bend brains that way.

  5. Maybe it’s time to “Break -Up” Facebook & others into smaller companies, like the government did to AT&T and some of the banks ,so they don’t gain to much power.

  6. Barnhardt warned us all to pull the plug and starve the beast years ago…but we kept on feeding. I announced that I will be deleting my FB, Twitter, and Youtube accts by weeks end and asking people to follow me at wordpress…done.

  7. Hear we oath keepers: Silencing free speech is bad enough. How ever silencing specific free speech that is opposition to a political party or ideology is unconstitutional and is right out of Nazi Germany and the book burning of the past. I love Alex Jones and is wild ranting about how evil this has become. He is right and has the guts to say what he thinks. Washington is a pile of shit since 1963. That is when it all went to hell. Kennedy got shot and we lost our democracy in the same day. Banning conservative speech must be stopped it is unconstitutional and is a DIRECT ATTEMPT TO STEAL THE UPCOMING ELECTION BY CONTROLLING THE NARRATIVE OF INFORMATION. Trump needs to steep in an be the president and preserve our balance of free speech and opposing viewpoints first amendment rights. Make America great again start with defending the constitution and the principles of opendialog and free speech. The left thinks that they can silence us but it will only piss us off more. One day they will go to far and then they will regret the day they went down the path of censorship.

    1. “. Kennedy got shot and we lost our democracy in the same day. ”

      We have NEVER been a democracy, we are NOT now a democracy. Our government is a CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC. Please learn that. Read the US Constitution and your own state’s Constitution. We do NOT have a central government though they are trying hard to be one. You see, the American government is each state’s Constitution, the US Constitution, and the American people. Why is that true? Because the PEOPLE created the states. Then the PEOPLE’S state representatives created the US Constitution which created the general (federal) government as a representative for the states in dealing with mostly foreign affairs.

      James Madison, “Father of the Constitution,” argued that in a pure democracy, “there is nothing to check the inducement to sacrifice the weaker party or an obnoxious individual.”

      Delegate Edmund Randolph agreed with Madison, saying: “In tracing these evils to their origin, every man had found it in the turbulence and follies of democracy.”

      John Adams added: “Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.”

      John C. Calhoun’s 1831 “Fort Hill Address”: “The error is in the assumption that the General Government is a party to the constitutional compact. The States, as has been shown, formed the compact, acting as Sovereign and independent communities. The General Government is but its creature;”

      James Madison, Federalist 45: “The powers delegated by the proposed constitution of the federal government, ARE FEW AND DEFINED. Those which are to remain in the state governments, ARE NUMEROUS AND INDEFINITE. The former (federal government) will be exercised principally on external objects, a war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce; with which last the power of taxation will, for the most part, be connected. The powers reserved to the several states will extend to all the objects, which, in the ordinary course of affairs, concern the lives, liberties, and properties of the people; and the internal order, improvement and prosperity of the state.”

      James Wilson: “I leave it to every gentleman to say whether the enumerated powers are not as accurately and MINUTELY DEFINED, as can be well done on the same subject, in the same language…nor does it, in any degree, go beyond the particular enumeration; for, when it is said that Congress shall have power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper, those words are LIMITED AND DEFINED by the following, “for carrying into execution the foregoing powers”, it is saying no more than that the powers we have already particularly given (enumerated), shall be effectually carried into execution.”

      Mark Twain: “For in a Republic, who is “the country?” Is it the Government which is for the moment in the saddle? Why, the Government is merely a servant – merely a temporary servant; it cannot be its prerogative to determine what is right and what is wrong, and decide who is a patriot and who isn’t. Its function is to obey orders, not originate them.”

      Justice William O. Douglas, Terminiello v. City of Chicago (1949): “The vitality of civil and political institutions in our society depends on free discussion… It is only through free debate and free exchange of ideas that government remains responsive to the will of the people and peaceful change is effected. The right to speak freely and to promote diversity of ideas and programs is therefore one of the chief distinctions that sets us apart from totalitarian regimes.”

      Justice William Brennan, Texas v. Johnson (1989): “If there is a bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment, it is that government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea offensive or disagreeable.”

      Michael LeMieux says it well here when he said that: “The Constitution has very little to do with the American citizen. It was written to establish a Federal Government and to place the boundaries by which that government would operate. The constitution was never designed to provide or enumerate the rights of the citizens but to restrain the federal government from meddling in state and ultimately citizen affairs.”

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