Alex Jones and Social Media Censorship

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  1. Archie Moses

    Archie Moses Well-Known Member

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    So I downloaded the podcast between Rogan and Weinstein last night. I drove my motorcycle to Topaz Mountain today (highly recommend) and listened to this podcast entirely. I highly, highly, recommend listening to this whole podcast. It's so enlightening, thought provoking and, well, listenable.

    I feel like people like the antifa and the alt right are the fringe. I feel like to many, this is a game as envisioned in their mind from reading **** online and they don't know how to differentiate real life from internet life while they call themselves woke.

    Love Weinstein's thoughts on tests. I can't spell worth **** and my brain is always steps a head of what I'm thinking. Creative intelligence is brilliance. Love Weinstein's weird, honest, level headed story. Gonna check out his Portal podcast.

    **** the fringe. Haha. What a bunch of "larpers."
     
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  2. Archie Moses

    Archie Moses Well-Known Member

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    I rarely laugh, but this did the trick.
     
  3. Red

    Red Well-Known Member

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    Well, at least according to this law firm, throwing a liquid at someone can be considered assault. In this example, the context is domestic, but the definition of assault and battery is not exclusive to domestic contexts, obviously....

    https://www.taylorlawco.com/blog/domestic-assault-and-battery--it-does-not-take-much.cfm

    "It does not take a whole lot to get an assault charge. The law defines assault and battery as an unwanted touching that is done in a rude or angry manner. It can be as simple as shoving someone, blocking their way, spitting on them, grabbing someone's arm, throwing something (liquid or otherwise) at them, or even grabbing something out of their hand. Assault and Battery does not always mean someone was hit or punched. Remember, it does not take much."
     
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  4. babe

    babe Well-Known Member

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    I am not of this generation. Obviously.

    I suppose thinking bad thoughts about someone can now be considered "assault". But only if you have the power.... like Hillary can call over half of the US population "deplorables" while "calling all immigrants" the hope of America. If a settled US citizen objects, it's racism, pure and simple. "Off with his Head", as Hillary's mentor, the Queen of Wonderland, would say.

    Back in the day, "spitballs", made of chewed, spittle-soaked paper, were a joke only a Hall Monitor could frown at.

    In China today.... which clearly has no tradition of Freedom of Speech.... your social media offerings are subject to scrutiny by State authority, which cannot be challenged for docking you of your social credits and relegating you.... for mere comments online….not just "to the back of the bus" but deny you access to any sit on public transit..

    And, of course, this is "social progress" we should emulate here in the savage, uncivilized backwaters and boondocks of America.

    Nobody can, in politically-correct terms, call out ethnic Chinese here in the US who in all seriousness call themselves "The Master Race".

    "Racism" is a privileged term that only Progressives can use, of course.

    People who say "bad stuff" like Alex Jones, have no place today in "Polite Society"..... well "Politically Correct Society".

    But no matter what a "privileged" person may say or do, you cannot comment against it unless you have the power elites smiling and encouraging you to pop off with it.

    In my philosophy classes at the great "University" of the bygone era, we studied something called "The Arrogance of Power"..... the stuff that tyrants live and breathe.

    If you have the power, and use it, you have the right to dispose of whoever is not compliant.

    The Progressive Crusade has now claimed full authority over mankind... if you keep on dreaming about the culmination of the campaign in social justice, you are cheering for a brave new world equivalent to the Dark Ages of medieval Europe/West Asia, where subjugation to state authority of one kind or another was essential to survival, to life itself.
     
  5. Red

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    https://www.aljazeera.com/amp/news/...mber-proud-boys-dc-rally-190706205542468.html

    "On the other side of the barricades, rally attendees listened to speeches from far-right media personalities, who talked about how they have been affected by social media bans and outlined strategies for fighting the left in the US. Although speakers at the Demand Free Speech rally frequently railed against the "violence" they feared from leftist protesters, the rhetoric they employed often referred to using violence and the need to remain aggressive in the face of left-wing activists.

    "The left must be made to fear you…[with] massive brutal retaliation for the slightest of perceived insults," disgraced writer and former Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos told an audience of about 200 people."
     
  6. Stoked

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    Smfh. What idiots. Calling for violence? Shameful and pathetic.
     
  7. One Brow

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    Except on those rare occasions where Chinese people refers to themselves as such out loud.

    Perhaps if Jones committed less libel, he would not be facing such issues.
     
  8. Harambe

    Harambe Well-Known Member Contributor

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    But it's the magic bias that's the problem. Nothing wrong with the subject.



    But, it's the liberals that are only trying to censor you,! Censorship! URGH
     
  9. babe

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    I haven't heard a peep about Milo Yianopoulos since about two years ago.

    I don't think he's relevant in conservative circles.... CPAC and Breitbart both dumped him after they couldn't stomach some of his stuff.

    Looking briefly at the laughably biased Wikipedia, even they point out that he was abused as a child, by pedophilies, and a bit twisted still in trying to find some coherent framework for reality. He claims he's not a pedophile, but he did say that a 13-yr. boy could benefit from the "attentions" of older men and women....

    Also, some of his stuff was ghostwritten.... and he sought connections with neo-Nazis and alt-right extremists to dig up material for his own use.

    A messed up kid looking for answers..... identity..... validity......

    pretty typical of abused young adults.
     
  10. babe

    babe Well-Known Member

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    I don't think the libel case will prove out. He interviewed a guy, reported what was said as a question, not a fact. There was no further assertion, confirmation or report. The question of staged events and actors doing psy-ops for dark agency units within vast bureaucracies is one we should be alert for, if such a thing ever happens.
     
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  11. babe

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    I've been looking for Xi's speech, which I read last year, about encouraging the excess Chinese men to get brides from neighboring countries.

    Xi asserted that all the China neighbors have populace that is ethnically derived from the Han Chinese, if not purebred, at least better suited for real Chinese men.

    Xi also indicated that China is the natural leader in Asia, and must assert that leadership.

    He definitely holds the view of the Han people, the majority of Chinese, as the greatest people.

    Personally, in my encounters with Chinese folks, I have been enthusiastically told how the Chinese are "the greatest".

    It looks like China's investments in our social media have bought some scrubbing services from the po' white foks of Milpitas. The article looks "gone".
     
  12. Gameface

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    Alex Jones isn't just "not nice" he's committing crimes. Real life crimes.

    When confronted with legal action Alex Jones has again and again changed his story and essentially made clear that he tell lies on his show for entertainment purposes.

    So if any of you enjoy watching his lie show good on you, but if you believe what he says on his show when he clearly states afterward is not true then there is something seriously wrong with your perception of reality. You're living in a fantasy that you want to believe in, facts be damned.
     
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  13. babe

    babe Well-Known Member

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    so you listen a lot to Alex???

    ya. thought so. talking out your *** is pretty good for you. Brain farts.
     
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  14. The Thriller

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    Nothing could describe the Shapiro fanboys, the InfoWars scumbags, and the drooling cult45 zombies better. Would rep if I could
     
  15. babe

    babe Well-Known Member

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    So I did a little google on Alex Jones. It's been months since I've heard his program. On the local station I listen to sometimes, he's been replaced by a Mormon "Liberty" activist.

    It looks like Jones has to turn over a lot of his financial stuff to the plaintiffs in the Sandy Hook case, pretty standard for any lawsuit involving financial damages.

    It looks like Jones is now saying..... walking back his former rants the best he can..... that he had a sort of psychosis about everything being "staged".... . He was looking for anything that would support that, and that is why he brought on anyone who would claim to have anything to support that. He is now saying he's "learned a lot of things aren't staged".

    I couldn't really claim to be an authority on Alex Jones. I caught his program maybe one a week, maybe once in three weeks, depending on what I was doing, where I was.

    I recognized him as a zealot, a big talker, not at all a "cool head". I didn't expect analysis from him. I didn't expect "balance". He was a late-comer to the John Birch data base. Well, I have a nephew who was all into that, who is now a top executive working for a Chinese industrial giant.... for the Red Army, more or less. Times change. People change.

    Alex went, or sent his folks, to the UN summits and to the sites of major elitist confabs of various sorts. He walked up to people with cameras and asked pointed unwelcome questions. The last of heard of him, he was in Mexico hanging out in a hotel where Bill and Hillary were also staying.

    I heard his program, at least one of them, on the Sandy Hook thing being staged. I went over several web offerings offering stuff along that line, lots of aerial pics of the scene, and all. Like I went over the stuff on the Boston bombing.

    So, I like living in a world where people can try to make a case one way or another. C'mon. Lemme see wut yah got.

    A "staged event" is a common assertion in politics worldwide. Commies accuse their capitalist counterparts, and so does everyone else. "Remember the Maine".... the battlecry that got the US into the Spanish-American war, has been called a staged event. The Boston Tea Party was a staged event.

    Before we go whole hog on litigation, someone oughtta calculate how many people seriously believed either Alex Jones or his source. Now, having folks come around your house and snarl hateful things at you is serious. Just about as serious as folks in JazzFanz howling at "babe" for all his wild speculations.

    The seriousness of the Alex Jones "scoop" might be measured by my own reaction..... ho hum....doesn't that claim come up about everything that hits the news. So the fact that these people actually had homes in the school district, and had lived there for years..... pretty much destroys the "scoop" on Alex' program already.

    Frankly, it'd take an idiot to miss that point enough to be willing to go down the family's street and shout slurs against them. I'd say it's those idiots doing that who must have been "paid actors". Now, who on earth would hire someone to do that????

    Let's have a serious investigation on that.

    There's a price we all pay to be free to speak our minds.

    The price is being willing to endure what others say.
     
  16. babe

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    social media creds are worthless, except for statists doing their state-sanctioned persecution of dissidents.

    Ben Shapiro is a credible challenge to the current status quo in intellectual political wonkland. InfoWars gave a distinct anti-establishment challenge to normalcy today. I don't know anything about cult45 zombies but I bet our own "Zombie" isn't in their number.

    I think the tide has turned on the Progressive/Marxist brave new world. Most people prefer common sense.

    I wouldn't exactly believe Trump has common sense, but a lot of people like him for just shaking things up. They hated the way we were that much.

    humans are a curious lot. We have some drive to invent realities.

    That's what I like most about cows, and dogs....no sense of "mission", no grand schemes to change the world somehow.
     
  17. Archie Moses

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    I don't think anyone in this whole thread watches or listens to Jones with the exception of his time on Rogan's podcast. That **** is gold.

    That guy has more loose marbles than Kevin Mccallister's hardwood floors on Friday nights.

    He's an extremist and doesn't represent the right, just like Milo doesn't. People will have you think they do though.
     
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  18. Zombie

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    They certainly represent a fringe group within the right. Milo was for a long time supported by right wing megadonor Robert Mercer.
     
  19. idestroyedthetoilet

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    I watched some of his documentary on the Bohemian Grove years ago. Just long enough to see he's a lying, deranged pos. He claims to have snuck into an elite gathering of 2,600 world leaders (the NWO) disguised as a pizza delivery guy and filmed the whole shebang. Um, yeah, they let a known psycho waltz around 2,600 people who all have private security detail and not a single person found it odd.

    That was 10-15 years ago. About 5 ago the left became infatuated with him and that's very odd. Shows lack of honesty in their discourse, reaching to paint him as the flag bearer for anyone to the right of Bernie.
     
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  20. Red

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    I've never listened to Jones. But as to "psychosis" being the reason for things like his Sandy Hook conspiracy ideas, that was not his excuse 2 years ago. Two years ago, it was because he was a "performance artist":

    https://time.com/4743025/alex-jones-infowars-divorce-donald-trump/

    "InfoWars’ Alex Jones’ Twitter bio declares that he is “Fighting for Freedom & Liberty on the Frontlines of Truth Journalism,” despite his penchant for pushing baseless conspiracy theories like “Pizzagate” and the idea that the Sandy Hook school shooting was a “hoax.”

    But a lawyer for Jones recently said the conspiracy theorist is merely playing a character when he speaks via his InfoWars channels. “He’s playing a character,” attorney Randall Wilhite said during a recent pretrial hearing. “He is a performance artist.”

    The Austin American-Statesman reports Jones is in the middle of a custody battle, and his ex-wife and mother of his three children, Kelly Jones, has said his fiery rants prove he is not a fit parent. “He’s not a stable person,” Kelly Jones has said, according to the Statesman. “He broadcasts from home. The children are there, watching him broadcast.”
     

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