People for the Extortion, Torture, and Abuse of human beings (PETA) is up in arms over Ubisoft’s new video game Far Cry 6, alleging it shows the mishandling of animals, up to and including showing cockfighting. Aside from the fact that the controversy is over a video game and not a real life competition, PETA’s… Read More PETA Whines About Handling of Animals in Video Game
Tony Heller learned yesterday that posting official US government data which threatens the profits of corporate scamsters, is in violation of Twitter policies.
In light of Joe Biden further exposing himself as an incompetent fool, Biden may have just handed China another gift. Afghanistan has some of the largest lithium deposits in the world. Most notably, the metal is used for a variety of products such as electric car and computerized mobile device batteries. With the Taliban now… Read More Biden Gifted Afghan Lithium Deposits to China
After Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy nailed Biden White House Spokesperson, Jen Psaki, for the administration’s spying and flagging problematic [COVID] posts for Facebook that spread disinformation, not surprisingly, The Washington Post and CNN quickly jumped to the Biden administration’s defense. Jake Tapper of CNN‘s The Lead took time to criticize Doocy’s questioning… Read More Drive-By Media Outlets Jump To White House Defense After Big Tech Spying Allegations
This ties in to remarks made by Joe Biden earlier that Facebook is killing people. Social media will make decisions about what is posted on their platforms with a gun pointed at their heads from the White House essentially killing the First Amendment. It looks like the rest of the media is starting to get… Read More White House Spokesperson Gets Into Shouting Match With Fox Reporter Over Biden-Big Tech Collusion
With the recent scrutiny of American’s social media accounts on the part of companies, like Facebook and Twitter, in collaboration with the U.S. Postal Service, and the Biden Administration enlisting the help of cellular phone carriers and social media companies to scrutinize their customer’s text and social media messages for potential vaccine disinformation, back in… Read More Rogue U.S. Commerce Department Unit Illegally Spied on Agency Employees, Americans
Tim Pool reports the administration has shifted to a direct strategy to try to undermine misinformation over its coronavirus efforts. In the interim, a good way to get around this is to use Signal for your texts and phone calls.
Facebook censors one of John Stossel’s videos saying it is partly false. PHOTO CREDIT: By Minette Lontsie – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=66104557
This is too bad and a mistake since JBS Foods will be vulnerable to even more cyber attacks. Hopefully, the company will implement stricter policies to prevent such an incident from happening again and law enforcement can locate and prosecute the hackers. You can read about the details of the events here. Image by joffi from Pixabay
Since VDARE had their contact rights violated by PayPal and the lawsuit they brought against the tech company, I must admit to have delved from time-to-time into the website’s content. The essay is one of many thought-provoking articles I have read that speaks to a growing problem: racial violence. Specifically black-on-white aggression. While any racially-motivated… Read More Back to the Future on Race Relations?