Reporting: Sarah Wilkinson, British social media user arrested and held for 7hrs under section 12 of the “terrorism act” for supporting Palestine and refusing to denounce it.
Former marine who was ordered to take down 8ft 'F**k the government' sign on his Pennsylvania property sues zoning officer and borough for violating his free speech
- Residents of Olyphant Borough, Pennsylvania, challenge the borough ordinance against the massive sign situated on the front porch of their home
- The Bliler family is taking legal action against what they perceive as an 'unconstitutional infringement' on their First Amendment rights
- The lawsuit alleges that the borough's sign ordinance violates the residents' freedom of speech by imposing restrictions on the content and size
Rebel News reporter, Menzies, was referring to the 8Jan2020 incident when the IRGC shot down Flight PS752 killing 176 people, including Canadians.
Globalist-occupied Canadian government no longer tolerates press questions it doesn’t wish to answer: Reporter assaulted and arrested by thuggish cops doing the bidding of Justin Trudeau
On Monday, Rebel News reporter David Menzies was arrested and detained for hours by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government.
The reason? Menzies had the audacity to ask a question that one of Trudeau’s globalist deputies did not wish to answer.
Menzies asked Deputy Prime Minister for Finance, Chrystia Freeland, who just happens to be one of the WEF infiltrators that Schwab takes such great pride in mentoring, a question about why the Canadian government hasn’t designated the Iranian regime as a terrorist entity. Menzies no sooner got the question out of his mouth when he was accosted by several brutish cops, handcuffed and hauled away into detention. They accused him of “assaulting” a police officer when the video shows no such thing happened and, in fact, it was the police who did the assaulting.
Stew details Elon Musk’s tour at Auschwitz.
Stew details Elon Musk’s apology tour at Auschwitz and how X is no longer the platform for free speech.
Governments to CRIMINALIZE all independent speech by 2025... JAIL TIME for questioning anything!
In recent years, there has been an upsurge of concern about online misinformation and disinformation, with efforts to thwart it. In many cases, claims about false information serve to justify censorship. To better understand what’s going on, it’s useful to examine assumptions underlying the anti-misinformation enterprise.
For the purposes here, there’s no need to delve into the differences between misinformation and disinformation, between being wrong sincerely versus intentionally. There’s enough research on self-deception to question whether intent can be reliably determined.
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Too easy to fail to notice there’s nothing really “new” about this media at all. It’s just a very old hermit crab in a very new shell.
The fact is, legacy media is dying. Which is a good thing. But do you think the establishment doesn’t see this? Do you think it hadn’t occurred to them to get out in front of it by seizing control of the new media platforms and planting “leaders” in supposedly independent media movements?
As we keep having to remind our readers lately the people and institutions that run the world are not wed to any single platform, method, nation or flag.
They bought up all the newspapers because they were useful, they “syndicated” all the television networks because that’s what people were watching…
so now as legacy media dies – what do you think they’re gonna do?
Like a hermit crab swapping out shells – they will simply slide themselves from their old home to a nice shiny new “indy” one.
Goodbye old fashioned corporate CNN, hello honestly completely organic guerilla news reporting livestreaming on X and getting totally accidentally promoted by the algorithm.
Goodbye long form editorials in newspapers, hello ten-second tiktoks from fake influencers in a government-run opinion factory.
Goodbye Tucker Carlson, paid disinfo promoter, hello Tucker Carlson voice of the new media who somehow still gets promoted by the very forces he’s supposed to be opposing .
Julian Assange, 52, is wanted by U.S. authorities on 18 counts, including one under a spying act, relating to WikiLeaks' release of vast troves of confidential U.S. military records and diplomatic cables which Washington said had put lives in danger. On Feb. 20-21 two judges will review an earlier ruling which had refused Assange permission to appeal. "The two-day hearing may be the final chance for Julian Assange to prevent his extradition to the United States," WikiLeaks said in a statement. The hearing for Assange's possible final legal appeal challenging his extradition to the U.S. to face charges for publishing classified U.S. military documents will be held at the High Court in London on Feb. 20 and 21. If he is extradited to the U.S. after exhausting all his legal appeals, Assange would face trial in Alexandria, Virginia, and could be sentenced to up to 175 years in an American maximum-security prison.
The national security state is the main driver of censorship and election interference in the United States. "What I’m describing is military rule," says Mike Benz. "It’s the inversion of democracy."