The Purge Has Begun!
The opening salvo was fired when Facebook, YouTube, Spotify and Twitter all banned InfoWars and Alex Jones on the same day. More will be banned, Indeed, it has begun. From ZeroHedge.com:
One day after what appeared to be a coordinated attack by media giants Facebook, Apple, Spotify and Google on Alex Jones, whose various social media accounts were banned or suspended in a matter of hours, the crackdown against alternative media figures continued as several Libertarian figures, including the Ron Paul Institute director, found their Twitter accounts suspended.
On Monday, Twitter suspended the editorial director of antiwar.com Scott Horton, former State Department employee Peter Van Buren, and Dan McAdams, the executive director of the Ron Paul Institute.
Over the weekend, Candace Owens had her Twitter account suspended. It was later returned, but the fact that it was suspended for mimicking newly hired New York Times Editorial Board member Sarah Jeong’s racist Tweets, shows the double standard of the Globalists.
Dr. Steve Turley gives his thoughts on the Candace Owens suspension:
These are just the most high-profile examples of the Globalist attempts to control the narrative by censoring opposing viewpoints. There have been many others who were suspended for 30, 60, or 90 days.
The Globalists think they can silence opposing viewpoints by censoring them, but the Internet is not composed of only Facebook, YouTube, Spotify and Twitter. Their actions will merely cause conservative, libertarians and anti-Globalists to shift to other, more hospitable forums to get their messages out. For instance, a new competitor with YouTube has come online, Real.video, which is geared to the Liberty Movement.
In the next video, Dr. Steve Turley makes the observation that this purge will backfire, as it did with the Tommy Robinson affair, and galvanize the anti-Globalist movement even more.
This Globalist attempt is an indication of how afraid they are at the surge in anti-Globalist sentiment that is sweeping the Western world. Censorship on some platforms cannot be effective as long as there are other platforms available. True censorship can only happen by killing the Internet, which would devastate the economy, as too much of the economy is tied into it.
Banking and commerce, particularly, are almost totally dependent on the Internet. Kill the Internet, and you kill commerce. If they should kill the Internet, then riots, starvation and civil war will be the result. Maybe that is what they are planning for, but the awakened people will not be put down easily, and the results could be that the Globalists lose. Are they prepared to risk such a loss? Time will tell.