An historical perspective on the social media purge last night

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Trump tweets:

  • Twitter has permanently shut down President Trump’s account, read below

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  • On Thursday, Michelle Obama begged for the social media companies to shut down Trump’s accounts.
  • Last night, January 8th, the communists who staged the successful coup to oust Trump used the Stalin and Nazi playbook (explained below) to silence all opposition on social media. Twitter, Google, Facebook, and even “neutral” Apple all colluded to shut down not only President Trump’s accounts, but also thousands of others. Then, as people fled to the alternative app called Parler, Apple and Google removed that app from their stores and Amazon servers crashed the sites.
  • This was all done in the name of silencing the “insurrection” we saw on January 6th at the Capitol.
  • However, as previously detailed, the attack on the capitol was a staged PsyOp and the Capitol police were in on it. They ushered in Antifa on one side of the building who were impersonating Trump supporters (with some really bad obvious acting) to do the violent window breaking, etc. Then, on the opposite side of the Capitol, peaceful Trump supporters were allowed in like sheep to the slaughter when the police opened the barricades. The true Trump supporters calmly walked in thinking it was allowed, but it was a trap.
  • By design, the media used the Capitol events as an excuse to shut down Trump social media for “insurrection”. Then, the Silicon Valley overlords used it as a pretext to shut down thousands of accounts. This was a page from the Nazi playbook.
  • In 1933, this is what Hitler did the following:
  • Wikipedia: “The Reichstag Fire Decree (German: Reichstagsbrandverordnung) is the common name of the Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of People and State (German: Verordnung des Reichspräsidenten zum Schutz von Volk und Staat) issued by German President Paul von Hindenburg on the advice of Chancellor Adolf Hitler on 28 February 1933 in immediate response to the Reichstag fire. The decree nullified many of the key civil liberties of German citizens. With Nazis in powerful positions in the German government, the decree was used as the legal basis for the imprisonment of anyone considered to be opponents of the Nazis, and to suppress publications not considered “friendly” to the Nazi cause. The decree is considered by historians as one of the key steps in the establishment of a one-party Nazi state in Germany.
  • Hitler then created the Enabling Act (German: Ermächtigungsgesetz) of 1933, formally titled Gesetz zur Behebung der Not von Volk und Reich (“Law to Remedy the Distress of People and Reich“),[1] was a law that gave the German Cabinet—in effect, the Chancellor—the power to enact laws without the involvement of the Reichstag, and to override fundamental aspects of the Weimar Constitution.[2] The Enabling Act gave Hitler plenary powers and followed on the heels of the Reichstag Fire Decree, which had abolished most civil liberties and transferred state powers to the Reich government. The combined effect of the two laws was to transform Hitler’s government into a legal dictatorship.”
  • The fascists stealing power right now are copying these tactics from 1930’s Germany intentionally. They know that their decades of bad public education have created a stupid population who won’t spot this.
  • George Orwell’s most famous book “1984” was based on Stalin’s oppressive communist party in Russia. This is the same playbook they use now and why “1984” so eerily predicted today. The communists use the same tactics time after time. It is the only way to suppress masses.
  • Update January 11, 2021- Epoch Times: Analysis of Ashli Babbit Video Suggests Coordinated Actions–Interview With Masako

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  • In other news, the US lost 140,000 jobs in December thanks to the communist scamdemic
  • Governor Cuomo, for unknown reasons, is making it illegal to vaccinate anyone over the age of 75 or essential workers. That’s the exact opposite of what should be happening. What is he thinking? There’s only one explanation. He’s intentionally trying to kill people to keep the scamdemic going for political reasons. And he’s focusing the deaths on the elderly because that fits in with socialized medicine. People over 75 don’t deserve healthcare. His nursing home massacre was due to this thinking too. Cuomo has surround himself by ultra radical liberals like Ezekiel Emanuel who wrote that infamous essay that he hopes he dies at the age of 75 Because life is not worth living after that. In the bigger picture, this super audacious move is yet another sign that Andrew Cuomo is a full-blown Mussolini reincarnated. This is what World War II fascist dictator’s did. This is not being appreciated by New Yorkers or the rest of the country. We have a flat out dictator who is even worse than Michigan and Illinois governor’s. Do you think he will except the term limit laws? Hell no.
  • McConnell Memo Shows Difficulty of Impeaching Trump Before He Leaves
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3 Responses to An historical perspective on the social media purge last night

  1. Chris says:

    Your logic makes no sense. Private entities have made their own assessment about allowing access to their platforms. The government has not forced them to do so and the affected accounts are free to take their speech to other platforms. This has nothing to do with Orwell or The Reichstag Fire.

  2. Editor says:

    Chris, you are to be commended for obeying Big Brother and learning your doublethink lessons so well. 2 + 2 = 5

  3. Juan says:

    Question
    If twitter bans President and he announces he’s moving to Parler which results in thousands of supporters leaving Twitter today including Rush ( inaccurately portrayed as being banned),
    And Google and Apple work in concert to remove the Parler App thereby protecting Parler’s competitor, Twitter,
    Have not Twitter, Apple and Google entered into a Cartel and thereby violated the us antitrust laws?

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