Video on Google censorship includes use of "f-word". 

Psychologist and academic Dr. Jordan Peterson announced a new alternative to and called . Beta testing is currently in progress.

Unlike those platforms that now heavily censor content contrary to leftist political positions (e.g. pro-life, traditional marriage, etc.) -- ThinkSpot will allow free speech / free thought. Content moderation will be in the hands of each user, not decided for them against their wishes.

I hope all efforts like this succeed. Google, Facebook and Twitter (among others) are now aggressively suppressing speech contrary to their politics. We have finally reached 1984 but the "Ministry of Truth" is ran (for the most part) outside of government.

newsbusters.org/blogs/techwatc

is now in theaters and doing unexpectedly well. This, in spite of a bogus "R" rating, wild misrepresentations by "critics", shenanigans, media silence, etc. It is having an impact already.

youtube.com/watch?v=YX5v8L0MSP

(still) hates you (if you are a faithful Christian).

Matthew Archbold comments on their shenanigans against the movie for EWTN's National Catholic Register:
ncregister.com/blog/matthew-ar

I've talked about the manipulations of and , but be forewarned of too. They once had the motto "don't be evil" (which appropriately, they have dropped).

Previously I used Google Chrome and their search engine. Now I use Vivaldi and Duck Duck Go. One small example of why you should distrust them is the infamous Gillette white male bashing virtue signaling ad. Google has a hidden hand in this, to wit (despite the inappropriate thumbnail below, there is no cursing in the piece):

youtube.com/watch?v=QAJdSq16cn

, , seem so disingenuous to me. They use filters, and account deletions we did not ask for to "protect us". We need their protection apparently because we are too dumb when left on our own. Notice how they do NOT give us any option to opt-out of their heavy-handed censorship programs.

If they respected us, they would make their cultural censoring an option that people could opt-in to (if actually wanted). That would provide transparency and honesty.

and are on a tear, and outright removal of voices they disagree with. PRAGER U is the latest victim. This classy organization produces high-quality videos on topics very compatible with faithful Christian and Jewish perspectives. Always well reasoned and respectful. They are now suffering a classless shadowban on Facebook (NONE of their 3 MILLION followers saw Prager's last 9 posts).

Friends, the likes of us are not welcome there. bit.ly/prager-ban

Kathleen McKinley would be welcome here.

From LifeNews.com: Twitter suspends pro-life blogger for BOGUS "hateful conduct,” allows tweets calling her a (highly offensive name)".

bit.ly/kmckinley

The evidence is strong that Twitter shadowbans speech they disagree with. In my opinion, Twitter thus offers their service under false pretenses. They should be allowed to shadowban all they want, but should be held accountable for transparency of the practice. Their users can then make an informed decision as to the suitability of said service.

Caught recently suppressing congressman Matt Gaetz, Twitter claimed it was an "error". Yet this "error" has reportedly hit other prominent conservatives too. Somehow, progressives have not suffered the "error". BTW - Twitter employees have been caught on hidden camera admitting to the practice of shadow-banning.

Twitter may get these "errors" corrected for a while. Don't be surprised if they reappear, about 2 months or so before mid-term elections in November.

Twitter secretly makes people disappear. Your account remains and you may continue to tweet, but your messages will have limited visibility (without your knowledge). This fate may befall you if your content has been judged out of alignment with their world-view. The purpose is to give a very lopsided (secular, anti-life, anti-family) perspective to the Twitter universe. This is why RCsocial.net exists - to ALLOW unfiltered, faithful Christian discussion.

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