Category Archives: Censorship

In the European Appeasement Olympics, Who Wins?

The difference [between what Tommy Robinson did and any reporter] is that the BBC and other mainstream media are determined to give as little coverage as possible to the mass Muslim rape of infidel girls.

Good thing I’m not a Brit; surely they have laws against sedition and insurrection. 

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New Editor of Phnom Penh Post Defends His New Start

For the new Year Zero:

The new owner of Cambodia’s beleaguered Phnom Penh Post on Friday denied links to the country’s authoritarian government and defended a stormy takeover which saw journalists resign en masse over fears for editorial independence.

The May 4 takeover of the English-language daily by Malaysian investor Siva Kumar G after he purchased the paper last month sent a shudder of dread through advocates of free expression in the kingdom, where premier Hun Sen has crushed all criticism in the run-up to July elections.

The buyer also owns Asia PR, a company that once worked for Cambodia’s government, stirring alarm over apparent cosy links with the ruling party.

Hun Sen has dismantled the fragile democracy’s once-vibrant media scene over the past year, with the Post one of few remaining watchdogs in the graft-riddled country.

The paper’s main rival, the Cambodia Daily, was among media closed last year as part of a wider crackdown on critics ahead of 2018 polls that Hun Sen is determined to win.

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The Canadian Voter

Oh, boy:

A new survey on the addition of an abortion-rights clause to 2018 Canada Summer Jobs applications shows Canadians are evenly divided over whether the requirement seems fair — but ultimately, a small majority support the decision to impose it anyway.

The Angus Reid Institute study shows a complicated response to the issue, with answers not neatly lining up with political parties or views on abortion. It also shows most Canadians haven’t been closely tuned in to the issue, with just 20 per cent saying they know a lot about it and 56 per cent saying this was the first time they’d even heard of it.

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Ontario’s voters of all stripes think little of carbon pricing schemes, say the results of a new poll released on Monday.

An Ipsos poll found most Ontarians consider the controversial emissions-reduction measure as little more than a tax grab — a sentiment shared by seven in 10 respondents.

While 85% of Conservative voters took a dim view of carbon taxes, the poll shows similar sentiments right across party lines — 72% NDP and 54% Liberal.

Eighty-three percent of decided Conservative voters felt carbon taxes unfairly punish commuters — feelings shared by 71% of NDP supporters and 52% of Liberals.

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Paris court fines French author for calling the migrant crisis a “Muslim invasion” and warning of a civil war

Paris court of appeal fined Eric Zemmour 5,000 euros for inciting hatred against Muslims, TRT reports. Back in 2016 Zemmour talked about the “Islamic invasion” that France was facing and he warned about the risks of a religious civil war in France.

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Twitter Account ‘Hategraphs’ Suspended for Posting Facts About Racial Differences in IQ

Facts trump feelings. That’s what anyone with an ounce of common sense will tell you when diving into the world of culture, politics, and social justice. One account on Twitter known as Hategraphs attempted to show us facts about racial differences through cold hard evidence, and it’s with a heavy heart that we tell you he has been suspended. But really, are we that surprised?

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CNN Writer Says Kanye West Should Be Denied His Right To Express His Opinion

“Shutting him down is not a matter of censoring opinions; it’s a matter of being responsible in how we elevate or endorse the cult of celebrity in situations that further espouse toxic lies. At this point, any outlet that continues to allow Kanye West a platform to knowingly speak such misinformation is either enabling the former or exploiting his celebrity status for ratings,” Owens said.

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British Police Will Monitor and Prosecute “Malicious Communications” Supporting Alfie Evans

It’s bad enough that the British government is essentially sentencing Alfie Evans to death. Now British police have announced that they will monitor and prosecute anyone who posts on social media a “malicious communication” supporting Alfie Evans or complaining about the hospital and courts.

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Harjit Sajjan orders crackdown as Canadian Forces Facebook page features racist, vulgar comments

Though the Forces have a team of dedicated social media staffers, the comments have become so toxic at times that one member of the public observed the “comment section around here reads like a Sons of Odin chat room,” a reference to a far-right, anti-immigration group.

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FIERY Diamond & Silk Call Out Zuckerberg: Facebook Becoming Dems’ ‘Political Playground’

Facebook’s alleged censorship of social media stars Lynnette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson took center stage on Capitol Hill on Tuesday as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress.

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