Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: Hitler, Mao, Stalin All in One – Capitol Hill Outsider – Frosty Wooldridge

July 30, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

America’s first president, George Washington said, “If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent, we will be led, like sheep, to the slaughter.”

The number one reason the Founders placed “Freedom of Speech” as the First Amendment: A Constitutional Republic demands an educated citizenry with the ability to speak their minds, their ideas, their distastes, their anger, and their opinions in the conduct of our society.

It’s not always polite, orderly or kind. It becomes messy at times in human discourse. However, in order for freedom to maintain a foothold in the basic American equation, we must preserve free speech at all costs. Otherwise, we suffer Washington’s prediction.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, shows himself to be the 21st century rendition of Hitler, Mao and Stalin. He censors all free speech on his worldwide site that made him a billionaire. The heads of Google do much the same.

Source: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: Hitler, Mao, Stalin All in One – Capitol Hill Outsider

House opposes the constitutional right to boycott Israel | Intrepid Report.com – Stephen Lendman

July 29, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

America’s First Amendment prohibits congressional actions against speech and press freedoms—the most important ones in all societies.

Without them, all other rights are jeopardized, where things are heading in increasingly totalitarian America—notably when it comes to criticizing Israel, what I call a personal obligation.

The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) earlier called efforts to suppress legitimate criticism on Israeli viciousness “the Palestine exception to [free] speech.”

Suppression of advocacy for Palestinian rights in the US has chilling implications for constitutionally guaranteed speech, media and academic freedoms, including an assault on higher education against teachers and students critical of Israeli ruthlessness.

Source: House opposes the constitutional right to boycott Israel | Intrepid Report.com

The Greatest Threat to Our Freedom of Speech Rights? – American Free Press

April 17, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

For the last 50 years, except for one case, the so-called 1968 Federal Anti-Riot Act lay dormant and forgotten, but now the Justice Department has revived this constitutional monster, awakening it because of media outrage over the Charlottesville turmoil. Its revival represents the greatest current threat to our First Amendment rights.

Last October, teams of FBI agents swooped down on eight young men for allegedly intending to incite a riot and for conspiring to riot. The men are accused of violating 18 U.S.C. §2101 and 18 U.S.C. §2102, the Federal Anti-Riot Act of 1968.

The act was Congress’s heavy-handed response to the anti-war, civil rights, and counterculture disturbances of the late 1960s, particularly the riots in Washington, D.C. that followed the assassination of civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. A pall of smoke still hung over Washington, D.C. and troops circled the Capitol when the act was enacted on April 11. The act was specifically designed to battle social dissent and was based on the idea that sinister groups of “outside agitators” were riling up students and blacks. It was first used to prosecute the Chicago Eight, the leaders of the protests at the 1968 Democratic convention.

Source: The Greatest Threat to Our Freedom of Speech Rights? – American Free Press

Guess who killed our freedom of speech? – John Kaminski

April 15, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Once upon a time, U.S. politicians use to brag about how America was the only place in the world that permitted genuine freedom of speech. Of course, like everything else they say, that turned out to be a lie. Perhaps it is the greatest lie we have ever heard in our lifetimes.

In fact, America has traded its Constitutionally guaranteed freedom of speech for laws protecting the very people aiming to destroy the country.

We’ve lost our First Amendment, you know? Yes, that’s the one that claims to protect our Freedom of Speech. Hell, most Americans don’t know or care whether it exists or not, but the implications for everyone are ominous. Already in Michigan lawmakers are making of list of people who oppose government lies. Link

Source: Guess who killed our freedom of speech?

On the Contrary: Amazon Bans Black History Books during Black History Month – Michael Hoffman

March 1, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

On Feb. 17 at the United Center in Chicago, before a cheering crowd of black Muslims numbered in the thousands — and who knows how many viewing around the world via webcast — this writer lauded the Nation of Islam’s three volume The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews as “magisterial revisionist history.” 
Nine days later, on February 26, after having been offered for sale on Amazon for several years, these three books were suddenly banned for “violating content guidelines,” an apparent euphemism for offending the Holy People. Coincidence?
Until such time as alternatives to Amazon (and independent libertarian platforms for podcasting) are created, the Tech Tyranny, as Ron Unz indicates (see below), will march on amid the stark media silence concerning the censorship of history books which Zionists and Talmudists detest. This is indeed a sinister Orwellian state of affairs. Public exposure of the censorship and the hypocrisy that informs it, is essential for the survival of freedom.

Source: On the Contrary: Amazon Bans Black History Books during Black History Month

The Isolation Of Julian Assange Must Stop

April 1, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

We call on the government of Ecuador to allow Julian Assange his right of freedom of speech.

If it was ever clear that the case of Julian Assange was never just a legal case, but a struggle for the protection of basic human rights, it is now.

Citing his critical tweets about the recent detention of Catalan president Carles Puidgemont in Germany, and following pressure from the US, Spanish and UK governments, the Ecuadorian government has installed an electronic jammer to stop Assange communicating with the outside world via the internet and phone. As if ensuring his total isolation, the Ecuadorian government is also refusing to allow him to receive visitors. Despite two UN rulings describing his detention as unlawful and mandating his immediate release, Assange has been effectively imprisoned since he was first placed in isolation in Wandsworth prison in London in December 2010. He has never been charged with a crime.

Source: The Isolation Of Julian Assange Must Stop

The Rutherford Institute :: Tolerance Cuts Both Ways: Freedom for the Speech We Hate

March 21, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Tolerance cuts both ways.

This isn’t an easy pill to swallow, I know, but that’s the way free speech works, especially when it comes to tolerating speech that we hate.

The most controversial issues of our day—gay rights, abortion, race, religion, sexuality, political correctness, police brutality, et al.—have become battlegrounds for those who claim to believe in freedom of speech but only when it favors the views and positions they support.

Free speech for me but not for thee” is how my good friend and free speech purist Nat Hentoff used to sum up this double standard.

Source: The Rutherford Institute :: Tolerance Cuts Both Ways: Freedom for the Speech We Hate


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