Alex Jones and Infowars have been completely banned from Facebook, Youtube, including all livestreaming, Apple and Spotify for hate speech in a coordinated purge. Apparently it was for language to describe transgenders, Muslims and immigrants, although as yet no examples have been provided.
Whatever you might think of Alex Jones or Infowars, this sets yet another dangerous precedent for mass censorship on the internet. And although Alex has not yet been banned from Twitter, this is a coordinated purge by 4 companies acting simultaneously in ideological collusion. Infowars had a massive following, reaching millions of people across the world, and were at least able to compete against the leftist globalist narrative.
Alex Jones was not afraid to highlight the actions of muslim grooming gangs across the UK and Europe and voicing his support for Tommy Robinson and other European activists who oppose immigration. Although CNN were leading the charge against Alex Jones, it’s certainly possible that the fiercely pro muslim and immigrant governments of the UK and the EU may have lobbied the censorship, and therefore violated the 1st amendment rights of US citizens.
Although some make the argument that Facebook, Apple and Youtube are private companies and can ban who they want, it should be noted that the free speech social media competitor GAB AI have been deliberately held back by having their mobile app banned from the Google app store. It is becoming obvious that the monopolistic big tech firms of silicon valley are actively opposed to free speech and any alternative media deemed big enough to be a competitor. They are not just some private companies, they are a big tech monopoly working hand in hand with the leftist globalist media to unfairly silence dissent.
This is an ideological purge in preparation for the 2020 elections and the 2018 mid terms.
You can help draw attention to the growing danger of internet censorship by signing this Whitehouse petition against Twitter’s QFD shadow banning.
A warning to the whole world on internet censorship from Alex Jones at his very best.