Tag: censorship

THE MINISTRY OF LOVE : ANNE MARIE WATERS

Welcome to the Ministry of Love. The Ministry of Love is so loving that it has made it its mission to protect us from “harmful” online content. It is a mere coincidence (a striking one) that the “harmful” content it has in mind, also happens to be “harmful” to the government; specifically its globalist aims to dissolve Western countries (and only Western countries) in to an open border utopia. Anyone nursing the illusion that the UK is a free country is about to be sorely disappointed. The government has announced that it is to introduce “world first online safety laws”. [1] It has framed this as an attempt to protect children from online grooming, which few would object to, but if you believe this is what it will really be used for, you’re not paying attention to the political oppression that is taking place in Britain 2019.

Globalism and open borders are not to be opposed. If you do not go along with the notion that European and other Western states should be more “diverse”, that white people are racists and colonialists who deserve everything that’s coming to them, and that Islam is a religion of peace, you are filled with “harmful content”. The state will prevent you from propagating that harmful content by cutting off your right to free expression, and with it, your right to oppose government policy. We have therefore entered the post-democracy age. – Full AltNews Media article can be found here.

 

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WHY TOMMY ROBINSON SHOULD NOT BE BANNED

Only a fool would cheer the banning of Tommy Robinson by Facebook and Instagram. It doesn’t matter if you like or loathe him. It doesn’t matter if you think he’s a searing critic of the divisive logic in the politics of diversity or Luton’s very own Oswald Mosley in Jack Wills clobber. The point is that his expulsion from social media confirms that corporate censorship is out of control. It speaks to a new kind of tyranny: the tyranny of unaccountable capitalist oligarchs in Silicon Valley getting to decide who is allowed to speak in the new public square that is the internet.

Continue reading original Spiked article here.

ANNE MARIE WATERS CENSORED: MEF PART 2

 

For Britain leader Anne Marie Waters spoke with Rob Shimshock of Campus Unmasked about censorship she and her party suffered in the UK before participating in a panel entitled “Silenced! Censoring Public Discussion of Islam.”

“I have been deplatformed several times, kicked out of universities, kicked off Twitter,” Waters said, describing the reaction to her criticism of radical Islam. “My party has really struggled with basic things like getting venues, for example. We will hire a venue for an event and the so-called Antifascists — which they call themselves, which is rather ironic — will phone up the venue owner and threaten them, intimidate them, and we’ll get our venues cancelled.”
The interview took place at an event hosted by the Middle East Forum on Capitol Hill.
The For Britain leader also claimed that her party has had difficulty setting up a bank account and purchasing software.
The Labour Party’s “shadow home secretary [Diane Abbott], she is the leader of a group called Stand Up to Racism,” Waters said. “I was a parliamentary candidate last year and I was unable to attend a hustings event because they, about a hundred of them, had stood outside. The police deemed it unsafe for me to attend. The event was cancelled.”
“This is a debate for [an] election to our national parliament, which was cancelled because I was going to be one of the candidates and Stand Up to Racism didn’t like it.”

See original Rebel Media story and video HERE.

ANNE MARIE WATERS , TOMMY ROBINSON: MIDDLE EAST FORUM

Anne Marie Waters and Tommy Robinson and others yesterday spoke at an event hosted by Republican Congressman Paul Goser in Washington D.C.  The event , part organised by the Middle East Forum , focused on censorship and ‘de-platforming’. Anne Marie Waters of the For Britain Party, told about her extensive difficulties in setting up a new party – simply opening a bank account or renting offices.  Ezra Levant of Rebel Media also attended the event as did Raheem Kassam.

A Youtube vide showing protestors shouting down the speakers can be seen  here.  Full story here.

THE RACE CARD IN IRISH POLITICS

On the 26th October the Irish people will elect a new president. There are six candidates one of whom is the incumbent President ,  Michael D. Higgins.  Peter Casey , who is also a candidate , is a business man with a national profile due to his stint on RTE ‘s  Dragons’ Den programme – but Peter is in trouble…….. Peter , it seems , is a racist…..

It all began when six Irish traveller families were offered accommodation in six brand new council houses which they immediately  refused because the houses did not have stables or a 1/2 acre of land which the travelers had demanded. It should be noted that there is a huge homelessness crisis in Ireland today which is getting worse by the day and which now  has reached the level of a national scandal.  Casey made the mistake of describing the situation as ‘ bonkers’ and stated in an RTE interview that the houses should be offered to the next people on the housing list. He also made the mistake of explaining that he believed that all the people of Ireland should be treated equally as oppose to being treated differently because of their ethnic background.  This of course was the proverbial red rag to the Irish media who immediately denounced Casey as racist , divisive and lacking compassion etc etc. as , of course , did all the other candidates including the President , Michael D. Higgins. He was even accused of playing the Trump card.

Remarkably , Peter Casey stood his ground and refused to apologize which of course poured more fuel on the media flames. Funnily enough the Irish people seem for the most part to agree with him or at least a significant portion of the Irish people do. Today Casey stated on the radio that he may withdraw from the race due to the attacks on his character and he reiterated his belief that all people should be treated equally and with respect and as individual Irish people rather than as members of an ethnic group.