Twitter Memory Holes Antiwar Activist Caitlin Johnstone

Target Liberty posted a screen capture of Caitlin Johnstone’s terminated twitter account.

The Silicon Valley division of the national security state is now in the process of memory-holing high traffic users in violation of corporate community terms of service which are of course selectively enforced.  

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Twitter Silences Libertarian Accounts

On the day after the coordinated takedown of Alex Jones, the social media behemoth Twitter banned Peter Van Buren and Daniel McAdams. Antiwar.com podcaster Scott Horton was also suspended. 

Van Buren is a State Department whistleblower. McAdams is the Executive Director of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity. 

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Lefties Celebrate Alex Jones Ban

Apple has pulled the plug on Alex Jones. It scrubbed most of his content from its iTunes service. The trillion dollar tech company says it will not support “hate speech.”

Facebook followed suit and wiped the Alex Jones Channel Page, the Alex Jones Page, the Infowars Page, and the Infowars Nightly News Page from its platform. 

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Facebook and NATO Team Up to Kill Alternative News

Facebook is “excited” to announce it has launched “a new partnership with the Atlantic Council, which has a stellar reputation looking at innovative solutions to hard problems,” for instance, killing alternative media and its disruption of the national security state’s propaganda stream.

The Atlantic Council advocates on behalf of NATO, the Cold War alliance called upon in times of need—like in Libya, where it made the murder of 30,000 people and the knife rape-murder of Gaddafi possible. 

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Thoughts on the Social Media Political Purge

Over the past few months, I’ve lost quite a few followers on Twitter. 

I attribute this to deliberate action on the part of the social media giant, although I can’t prove it. 

We know social media corporations are under fire for allowing the expression of opinion and recalling of facts on their platforms contrary to the stream of propaganda put out by corporate media stenographers, which they denounce as Russian bot activity or the behavior of useful idiots for Vladimir Putin.

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