2018: Back Door Trick to Enact Censorship

By Makia Freeman Fighting fake news is the new pretext given by the ruling cabal in many nations to enact censorship via the back door. Amid the rallying cries of “We must fight fake news!” both France (under would-be dictator Macron) and now Brazil are attempting to pass legislation to ban political content on the Web that the government deems to be fake news. There is a theme to this, as it follows on from many acts of censorship in 2016 and 2017. Whether it’s Twitter shadowbanning, Facebook rolling out fake news checkers or deleting entire accounts, YouTube embarking upon soft censorship through forced sign-ins or hard censorship by deleting entire channels, Google’s search engine hiding websites (by de-ranking them) or – worst of all – Google demonetizing content and sites not to its liking, censorship is clearly getting worse and threatening to overtake a free and open Internet. All in the Name of Fighting Fake News The big corporations […] Read More

2017: Google is the Engine of Censorship

Late last year, search engine giant Google announced its plans to protect users from the horrors of ‘fake news’ by changing the way it presents search results. According to corporate officials, they hope to shelter readers by limiting access to what the company deems as “low-quality” information – while promoting what it calls ‘established’ mainstream sources. Critics believe that the company, which now has a virtual monopoly on internet traffic, is now playing god over the info-sphere. While its known that Eric Schmidt, the head of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc, is regular attendee at the annual secretive Bilderberg meeting which charters the globalist agenda, not much is known about new Google CEO Sundar Pichai and what his personal ideology is, or whether he personally believes that Google’s role is to control what the public think about any given issue by fixing the search results on the world’s number […] Read More

2015: What Cannot Be Written in the USA

At the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), in Los Angeles, a gigantic, carnivorous flag with torn ends was waving in an artificial wind created by enormous propellers. There were no visitors at the exhibition. For a while, I thought that in all this huge space I was totally alone. But soon I noticed two figures in black torn dresses, moving slowly, in semi-darkness, desperately clinging to the walls. Backs bent, they passed by the bookstore right near the place where someone had put a small sign on the wall that said, “I cannot breathe!” Most likely it was a performance, a desperate protest action of one man and one woman, a performance against this giant all-devouring flag. “I cannot breath!” a man shouted before he died before he was murdered by the regime. “I cannot write!” I thought. Which to me was almost the same as not being able […] Read More

2014: 14-Year-Old Bindi Irwin Stands Up To Hillary Clinton For Freedom Of Speech

Bindi Irwin was asked by Hillary Clinton to write a 1000-word essay on conservation as part of Secretary Clinton’s endangered species initiative. The piece was to be published in the December issue titled Go Wild Coming Together for Conservation, but Clinton didn’t like what Bindi had to say on population and the environment and wanted it changed. A not so happy, Bindi wrote to Hillary Clinton’s organization and said “What happened to freedom of speech?”  “This is my opinion and I don’t want that edited out.” Fourteen-year-old Bindi was asked to write for US Secretary of State Clinton’s e-journal about why she had chosen to work in wildlife conservation. Her essay largely focused on the issue of overpopulation but the piece was returned, heavily censored with all references to overpopulation removed. She is understandably upset. To See Bindi’s Unedited Speech See Below Bindi Irwin’s original (un-edited) essay regarding overpopulation See Bindi Irwin read […] Read More

2013: MOCKINGBIRD – The Subversion Of The Free Press By The CIA

“You could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple hundred dollars a month.” – CIA operative discussing with Philip Graham, editor Washington Post, on the availability and prices of journalists willing to peddle CIA propaganda and cover stories. “Katherine The Great,” by Deborah Davis (New York: Sheridan Square Press, 1991) As terrible as it is to live in a nation where the press in known to be controlled by the government, at least one has the advantage of knowing the bias is present, and to adjust for it. In the United States of America, we are taught from birth that our press is free from such government meddling. This is an insideous lie about the very nature of the news institution in this country. One that allows the government to lie to us while denying the very fact of the lie itself. The Alex […] Read More