Tag Archives: Censorship
If you are planning to assault a stronghold, you’d want to weaken its defenders prior to your attack. I discussed a weakening strategy in my prior post [i] about patriarchy and gender roles. I described how reducing the public’s valuation of “what is a family” is vital for establishing a Marxist society.
Another weakening strategy is to silence opposition to your plans. Whether society’s defenders are silenced through force, or are shamed into not speaking up, there will be few objections to your plans to change things, and less opposition to your propaganda.
This article describes how some of these …
A National Review article warns of a troubling new collaboration between the European Union (EU)and social media sites including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Microsoft to police and censor the Internet.
In a document with Orwellian overtones titled “Code of Conduct on Countering Illegal Hate Speech Online,” the EU announces this unholy alliance. While offering a token commitment to free speech, assuring protection of even ideas “that offend, shock or disturb the State or any sector of the population,” the dominant commitment is to suppressing “hate speech.”
This document makes clear that part of the motivation for global …
Surprise, surprise, over the holidays, the anti-cultural coal mine emitted more noxious fumes. Unfortunately, people of faith continue to ignore the canary’s corpse.
Just before Christmas, New York City’s Commission on Human Rights released stunning speech code requirements regarding gender dysphoria that mandate that “employers, landlords, and business owners” lie or be fined up to $250,000.
The introduction to the spanking new “guidance” foreshadows oppressive things to come—everywhere:
[T]he New York City Commission on Human Rights released new guidance that makes clear what constitutes gender identity and gender expression discrimination under the NYC Human Rights Law, making it one of
One of the main talking points of the LGBTQI movement has always been that homosexuality “doesn’t affect anyone.” But only the most blindly naïve person could even utter such a statement with a straight face. In light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling that redefined marriage in all 50 states, one can’t help but wonder what will happen next.
The answer to that question – asked quite a bit in the days leading up to the Court’s ruling – is already being answered. And, just as many feared, it is people of faith that are continuing to be affected …