“In totalitarian regimes—a.k.a. police states—where conformity and compliance are enforced at the end of a loaded gun, the government dictates what words can and cannot be used.”
The Met Police have changed their narrative of the arrest of a Christian street preacher last month after an investigation was launched into their conduct.
British Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Jeremy Wright appeared to threaten heavier regulation of streaming services like Amazon Prime and Netflix to “encourage” them to “reflect and represent” the “full diversity” of the United Kingdom, like the BBC.
Alex Jones fights back against the lies used to kick him out of the public discourse monopolized by companies like Twitter
Political prisoner/journalist speaks out on DOJ’s attempt to silence the press.
Trump could help free speech by targeting “overhead” costs, which operate as slush funds that support a wide array of radical left-wing causes.
Patrick Courrielche, host of Red Pilled America, warned conservatives of the danger of ignoring Silicon Valley’s “unprecedented” monopolistic power and increasing censorship over the flow of information. These threats challenge conservative orthodoxy about the government’s role in regulating private industries, he explained.
Comedian Mark Meechan was due to appear on BBC Scotland.
The president invited Hayden Williams, the conservative activist for the Leadership Institute who was punched in the face at the UC Berkeley campus in California, to join him on stage.
A well-informed society is a danger to authoritarian agendas