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    Default Censorship and the freedom of the internet

    DAILY STORMER IS THE FIRST WEBSITE TO BE BANNED FROM THE INTERNET FOR ITS SPEECH
    http://www.returnofkings.com/128775/...for-its-speech

    Good article, this is a placeholder for a bunch of other shit since new sites get defunded and/or shut down daily now for wrongthink by Silicon valley. It's already not just the alt-right.

    Sites molested or killed for wrong-think (updated 08/28/2017, bunch of youtube and some Facebook shenanigans)

    -=DNS or Hosting Providers=-

    -=Payment Processors=-
    -=Social Media=-

    Twitter
    Facebook
    YouTube
    -=Other Services=-

    Protonmail
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Google Doubles Down on Purging Conservative Speech
    http://www.breitbart.com/california/...vative-speech/
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Added a list of shoah'd content. Feel free to add to it, you all got edit rights. Just update the date when ya do it.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    "Doubt is not an agreeable condition, but certainty is an absurd one." ~ Voltaire

    2 Kings 2:23-24: "....Then two bears came out of the woods and mauled forty-two of the boys."

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    Julian Assange via Twitter - Revealing: How a Russian nationalist sees the current crackdown against US right wing/nativist/neo-nazi web sites http://www.unz.com/akarlin/society-282/
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Christian Post - YouTube Just Demonetized Hundreds of Our Videos
    http://www.christianpost.com/news/yo...videos-196268/
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Yep. Youtube especially has been trying to censor conservative content for awhile now. One lady I follow called The Patriot Nurse has had several videos yanked for either being conservative politically or for having 2nd amendment content.
    "Nah man, a Paladin has to play fair and by the rules. Do you really see Silly not attacking a weakened opponent? Or rather, not exploiting a weakness to take an enemy down? He'd totally do that. It's the law of the jungle with Silly, even if he does have faith. I think he's principled, just not merciful." - Zavon

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    Cloudflare CEO: Banning Nazi Website Right Thing To Do, Even If It Kills Freedom Of Speech Online
    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/vi...of_speech.html

    The Daily Stormer is now back online with a hopefully more first amendment supporting set of services protecting them and holding their hostname.
    https://punishedstormer.com/punished...hile-enablers/

    Google Doubles Down on Purging Conservative Speech
    http://www.breitbart.com/california/...vative-speech/
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Swedish Anti-Mass Migration Podcasts Taken Down by Soundcloud for ‘Hate Speech’
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017...d-hate-speech/

    Breitbart is so much improved now that Bannon is back, it was getting pretty cucky while he was gone.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Google just launched it's internet ghetto. Example of a video stuck in it.



    These videos can't be played embedded, have features disabled, and won't show up in suggested/trending, etc.

    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    And now Dreamhost has killed DailyStormer. So they're in Algeria.

    https://dailystormer.al/daily-storme...-algerian-age/

    If chrome blocks the first and it doesn't load right, onion mirror (no tor required)

    https://dstormer6em3i4km.onion.link/...-algerian-age/

    Google declares war on wrongthink
    http://atavisionary.com/google-declares-war-wrongthink/
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Some videos by Black Pigeon Speaks are now in the youtube hidden bucket, specifically those that talk about migrant crimes in Europe, and women destroying western civilization. Updating OP list.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FPXXHknv0g

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxpVwBzFAkw

    Black Pigeon Speaks also banned from Facebook for anti Antifa imagery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYIqkR5v4NI

    Specifically, this photo:

    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    More anti-migrant stuff shoah'd, possibly because it started trending after being posted somewhere.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y5jr4pdk38

    Forest Bloom channel (Commentary on politics, economics, and culture, sometimes serious, sometimes comical/satirical) on Youtube closed completely.

    BitChute given it's unique idea and intelligent (cheaply hosted) design seems ready to become the Voat to Youtube's censored Reddit.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Lauren Southern‏

    Wtf @facebook
    Vid had 1 million views. Only issue was my opinion.

    https://twitter.com/Lauren_Southern/...07443143712768

    Suspended from Facebook for posting a video called "I Hate Pride Parades"
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    #YOUTUBEJAIL : 4CHAN ORGANIZES PUSHBACK
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/IuRXrnYGWtQ/

    /edit: Bitchute is quickly evolving into the free speech (eg. right wing) alternative to youtube with several major youtube channels moving over.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    https://twitter.com/GiovannaLiviana/...83424328368129

    Youtube removes stream that hadn't even started yet for "violating community guidelines", Gamergate related.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Dailystormer DNS shuttered now by Algeria. Back in darknets only.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Google Issues Ultimatum To The Liberty Conservative: Censor Your Content Or Lose All Ad Revenue!
    http://www.thelibertyconservative.co...ll-ad-revenue/
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Yes, Google Uses Its Power to Quash Ideas It Doesn’t Like—I Know Because It Happened to Me
    http://archive.is/u3scI
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    It's funny (but not) because I read a book when I was around 13 or so 'Bright of the Sky' K Kenyan that pretty accurately predicts a future where corporations run the entire education and 'promotional' structure of the world. It isn't country v country but Corp v Corp and I totally agreed even then.

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