Can't say I was a fan...but this is NOT good...for ANYONE

Can't say I was a fan...but this is NOT good...for ANYONE | " IF THEY CAN BAN ME, THEY CAN BAN ANYONE " | image tagged in alex jones,infowars,youtube,facebook,sjw | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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9 ups, 2 replies
Agreed. I cannot abide the man's demeanor (or his ego), but what is being done to conservative voices is tyranny.
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5 ups, 1 reply
NAZI BOOK BURNING 1933 | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Not only are they attacking the 1st ammendment and banning free speech.
They are destroying American history by deleting thousands of contemporary video documents.
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4 ups, 2 replies
Umm, Facebook is a private corporation. Nazi's were the government. School's outlawed certain books in the 50's and 60's, that's worse than banning some fat, divorced, wife took his kids away, lying idiot, delusional, moronic, sad sack.
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4 ups, 1 reply
Facebook is a publically traded company with shareholders. That private company does not apply in this situation.
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0 ups
Ya ok, you got me there. Lol
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2 ups, 1 reply
What you seem to miss is the spirit of banning free speech. The violation of free speech is what has been adopted by those who wish us to see only what they want us to see and this is patently wrong. Congratulations for educating everyone that didn't know the difference between a private corporation and a government. Thank you citizen. I am sure the social engineers appreciate your justifying the murder of our freedom to make our own choices and decide for ourselves what we wish to believe.
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1 up, 1 reply
No one has prevented Alex Jones from speaking. He still has his show on the air, on Youtube and is being touted by Faux news. He's just not able to use Facebook as a platform for his fake extremist far right rhetoric anymore, which is their right as a non-government entity. Are you also crying that Facebook is removing fake Russian ads as well? I mean you do realize that Jones' lawyer admitted in his custody trial that Jones doesn't even believe all the BS he's shoveling, right? Do you even know what you're defending here?
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3 ups, 3 replies
Alex Jones is shut down. On all platforms.

And: yes we know what we are defending here.
The 1st Ammendment of the Constitution of the United States.
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2 ups
Yes, for public forums. Free speech is NOTHING if we don't have it in PUBLIC. There needs to be a revision. Not a compliance.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Exactly. I may loathe Jones' theatrics, his eagerness to prematurely label situations "false flags", his personal lifestyle that keenly contradicts with what he preaches, his infatuation with stripping his shirt off, ect., but I am an adult and like using my own judgment in deciding to listen to his show or not. It is the same when I choose to listen to what Rachel Maddow has to say or Rush Limbaugh. What I don't need or want is media platform CEO's like those at Spotify to decide - from political motivation- what choices are made available. BTW, my husband, who is an INFO WARS fan, has told me the app has gained much popularity at Google Play since this censorship attempt went into effect. So this at least, is good news for the 1st Amendment :)
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0 ups, 1 reply
It only says the gov can not make a law, come think about it, if you say that a company has to keep his channel up aren't you suppressing the company's 1st amendment?
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I said it was censorship, whether it is the company's right to make the decision or not. If I owned a book store (and I actually did at one time) and refused to sell a book because I don't like the content, I have the perfectly legal right not to make it available in my shop. But this doesn't make my action any less an act of censorship. And the point some people are rightfully concerned with is this: when a bunch of censor-happy people band together to suppress ideas which they find offensive, then we open the door to regimes of censorship. Think of Hitler and his brown shirt cohorts burning books across Germany, communist China confiscating books by Western authors (and imprisoning those who owned them), and even American college universities back in the 1950's that assumed young people couldn't be exposed to certain ideas. Think about all the self-righteous people throughout history who have banned, censored, destroyed and penalized literature, art, music and the basic exchange of ideas. Some of us do not want protective measures making our choices for us, because we know what such runaway dictates made in the names of morality and the common good have led to in the past.
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0 ups
He's not shut down on all platforms, his Twitter account is still up.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Does this tool speak for you?
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If you're talking about Jones, you very obviously know little about me (I personally can't bear his antics). But if you're talking about Giorgio from Ancient Aliens, well I think he has a nice smile and pleasant speaking voice. Hope this answers your tool question.
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7 ups, 3 replies
What did he say that got him banned off 3 or 4 platforms within 24 hours? Not a big fan either but this is a joke and a dangerous step towards censorship of anyone who doesn't follow the main stream narrative.
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5 ups, 3 replies
Simultaneous shutdown on 4 platforms within 24 hours - this is no coincidence.
Now that the russian narrative backfires they try to push the 'blue wave' for the November midterms.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Great point.
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3 ups, 1 reply
thx. same on twitter. shadowbanning.
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5 ups, 2 replies
Whatever happened to liberals that use to say 'I disagree with you but I'll defend to the death your right to say it'? (besides a few smaller voices)
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1 up, 1 reply
The Amazing Atheist on youtube reckons that quote should be updated to read

"I don't agree with what you say, and i'm going to kill you to make sure you never say it again!"
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1 up, 1 reply
Not a fan of the banana man but that is a good one.
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Same here but he still pops up on my feed and I only watched that last one to see what he was saying about jones
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0 ups
Again, which you're probably ok with. So much for defending the First Amendment, eh?
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5 ups, 1 reply
apparently there's a YouTube statement out there somewhere but i've not seen it or been to the infowars site
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7 ups
That's hilarious. He's very pro Israel.
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1 up, 1 reply
If it makes you feel any better, in Jones' latest video he talks about shooting Mueller (a law enforcement official) and YouTube hasn't taken his video down yet.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Hmmmm, that's right. Never saw the one where he said that but I saw one after where he said he was joking or using satire for a reason I can't remember. Does Youtube remove everyone that talks about shooting government officials like Trump?
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0 ups
I have no idea what YouTube's policies are although I think complaints might have something to do with getting videos removed.
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6 ups, 2 replies
Talk about censorship , the IHEART.RADIO App won't load WOR 710 New York . A right wing station that broadcasts Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity .
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6 ups
what next...newspapers? television?

If they open these doors, it will all come back and bite them on the ass one day!
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1 up, 2 replies
That's not censorship. Censorship is when the government does something to block media access. Private companies have no obligation to allow anyone to say or do anything through their platforms. In fact, if a person repeatedly violates the terms and services, if that person flouts practices that are potentially detrimental to the site, it is within that site's right to remove that person's access.
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1 up, 1 reply
It absolutely IS censorship by definition. Perhaps a dictionary would help you. It is the spirit of censorship which we must not allow to prevail. The fact that these powers are engineering information via a PUBLIC forum in order to manipulate minds to a certain bias...the principle of freedom of speech and the violation of it applies...even if it is not yet legally recognized. This stupid argument people keep citing will not help us prevail. We must challenge the error of interpretation regarding freedom of speech in public forum. We must come together in order to do it and refuse the lazy option of submitting to the false applications of laws that are posited by those same entities who are attempting the crimes at hand.
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0 ups, 1 reply
No, it isn't.
Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
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So you didn't go to the dictionary? It IS censorship by definition. It is just not government affiliated.
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1 up, 1 reply
Here's censorship , IMGFLIP won't feature this meme . For another censored meme , search "Adam Schiff" in the Templates
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1 up, 1 reply
As is their right; this is their website. They don't want to publish bullshit, they don't have to.

If you don't like Imgflip's policies on what is and is not acceptable, you're free to f**k off to another site.

In fact, we all really wish you would.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
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OK , I take it all back . My "Shiftless Schiff" meme featured !
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5 ups, 1 reply
YouTube’s been shutting down so many channels and pull tons of videos. Your watch later will be a gravesite. Anyone heard quasiluminous? Was quiet the insane channel
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5 ups, 4 replies
i.imgflip.com/224sin.jpg (click to show) We seriously don't want to go down the road where there are thought and speech police.
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3 ups
to hell with him - “He went on a sustained attack that has lasted for years, accusing shattered family members of being actors, stating as fact that the shooting itself was a hoax and inciting others to act on these malicious lies,”
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4 ups, 1 reply
Inciting assassination and violence is not free speech. He should be locked up, and before its over likely will be. - Alex Jones, the conspiracy-peddling online commentator, mimes shooting Robert Mueller in his latest online video,
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6 ups, 1 reply
i dunno about "inciting violence" i certainly never seen that. but as for the Mueller thing (again, not seen it) what's the difference between that and Snoop dogg assassinating Trump or the comedian(?!) woman who was holding his decapitated head?
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4 ups, 1 reply
Well, in all fairness, Kathy Griffin's career all but ended because of that stunt. And Snoop Dogg is a has-been nobody now. Not saying we should destroy free speech, but the guy they did it to I have no problem with. The problem I have is this is just the beginning.

First it's idiots like Alex Jones, then it's other less crazy right wing celebrities, then it's actual average conservative Joes like you and me.
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Kathy Griffins career went into a hiatus, and she's now coming back. and this is the big problem with what people have been doing...they're making these rules about what's unacceptable up as they go along, but when it affects them, they want different rules!

I've been on the wrong side of this more times than i care to count, my Tokinjester FB and Twitter got banned so many times they won't let me back on without providing a passport or driving licence id...in other words, i have to dox myself!! I don;t have a problem telling people about where i live or what i do, but i'm sure as hell not gonna promote it..not with the amount of crazies out there today
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4 ups, 1 reply
Love how everyone calls ppl nazis. if they actually knew early 19th history, they’d know the Russians did far worse to millions of more ppl before even the 30’s. Unrelentless torturing and Murdering, 6 millions is a tiny tiny, tiny number to them. Places like Estonia was liberated by the nazis from the communists. That bad. If they knew Russian history then they’d stop complaining about Putin as well. Really entertaining watching ppl argue when they can’t be bothered to look farther then your shitty textbooks. Prof Anthony Sutton’s book best enemies money can buy is great. Docs like “ in the shadow of Hermes” is brutal af.
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1 up, 1 reply
After what Putin has been doing to this country for the past couple of years and will do to us again in November?
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1 up, 1 reply
Totally missed the point, ppl call each other nazis but they can do better then that. Their was worse in the past 100yrs. I’d be more worried of ppl like soros paying protestors or lobbying for shit and ppl like him that’s more Corp then politician
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1 up, 1 reply
Calling someone a Stalinist doesn't quite roll off the tongue as calling someone a nazi.
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2 ups
Commi lol, haven’t heard someone use hilterist lol jk
Boris here ran for president as well, didn’t win. Was eventually murdered likely from putin. But saying it to bad he didn’t win is like saying poor Pablo Escobar didn’t become president. He made a doc about his revenge towards Putin and willingness to spend billions. Good doc, more perspective as how much the ultra rich can effect international politics and elections
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Some ppl are more worried by internal subversion rather then international, it’s all kinda funny when we subvert ourself and the damage is we’ll pass done. Any who knows of yuri bezmenov? If not then it’s a great idea. Ppl don’t understand the full scoop of prapaganda and subversion used by everyone
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i.imgflip.com/2fc6yr.gif (click to show) I do not like Alex at all, but censoring voices is a bad idea.
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1 up, 1 reply
;-;
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1 up, 1 reply
It happens when somebody, ANYBODY, ignores the TOS of any service. Apparently these submissions violated the TOS of Imgflip, so were not featured:
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accidently hit post: These are the posts that never featured that I submitted: https://imgflip.com/gif/2ev795 https://imgflip.com/i/2f11jq & https://imgflip.com/i/2fgzby. I see you have a feature rate of 88%, so some of your posts appear to have been put in Lala Land for a TOS infraction.

The only way around this is for him to have his own server and network so that the only TOS he has to worry about is what he wants it to be. He also plays by different rules than You or I. Imgflip will not make a huge public announcement about our submissions not featuring, because we aren't worth the trouble. Jones, OTOH, created a lot of negative publicity for the social media outlets so they had to counter with a major public announcement for the sake of their advertisers and paying customers.

Yes, it can happen here.
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1 up, 1 reply
but no-one from FB, YouTube, Apple has come out and said what he done "explicitly" (and this is the crux of the problem!) to violate their ToS. They just wave the stock "Race guidelines" or whatever, card

Companies like this should be held accountable, and made to show explicitly, where/what someone has done to violate their terms

Odd how your Orwell meme had 22 views! This one of mine i.imgflip.com/2a2gvy.jpg (click to show) had over 90! and yet, they're not featured? :/
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1 up, 1 reply
sometimes things hit too close to home. I post links elsewhere, so I don't find it unusual to have that many views. People will comment where I post, usually, because they don't want an imgflip account
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1 up, 1 reply
i see. i don't post mine anywhere else and i didn't even know which ones were not featured till i looked earlier so i have no idea how that one of mine got 90+votes without being featured

but apparently posts can be featured and downvoted back to sumbitted!? i have no idea how that works
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That's what my friend said. He was here for a couple years, but left a few months ago because of non-featured memes. he actually posted this meme over there for me. He's got 25 upvotes and 10 downvotes at the moment. And the trolls came out in force. He can handle them, he's been dealing with it for decades.
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never take anything a troll says, personally
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1 up, 2 replies
This is not a violation of the Constitution; Private companies are allowed to dictate what you can and cannot say or do on their premises or property. His posts were racist and xenophobic, called for violence...he's ruined lives of innocent people. He got what he deserved.
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0 ups, 1 reply
It is a violation of a constitutional principle...which IS a violation in PUBLIC FORUM.
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0 ups, 1 reply
A PRIVATELY OWNED public forum, imbecile.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

Show me where it says ANYWHERE that private corporations or individuals are required to comply by the same rule.

Your right to free speech ends at the platform owner's Terms of Service.
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0 ups, 1 reply
It will be a legal battle of the future regarding a PUBLIC forum. As for your reference to imbecile, you might wish to read a dictionary. Your perception seems to be compromised.
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Typical American...so obsessed with what you think your rights are, you don't understand the responsibilities that go with it.

A PRIVATELY OWNED "Public Forum" is not a "Public" forum at all. It is a private website allowing you the PRIVILEGE of speaking on their forum.

If they feel what you say is against their terms and services, THEY HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO SHUT YOU UP.

And if it goes to court, it would be laughed out by the judges...you have so little understanding; I blame American public schools.
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Can you send links to anything he said that was racist or xenophobic?
can you send links to any instance of him calling for violence?
can you send links to any article which proves he ruined the lives of innocent people?

I'm willing to bet that most of this is just your "opinion" or more likely, someone else's opinion
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5 ups, 5 replies
Jones is currently facing five separate defamation suits. He has been accused of knowingly spreading false information about the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting this year, the violence in Charlottesville, Va., last year and the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012. Three of the defamation cases have been filed by families of Sandy Hook victims.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Quasi was seemly a cult leader trying to get ppl to do a blood oath to his cause and travel to the North Pole to cross the frost bridge to the other side of the worldly plane. Self proclaimed Satan, next ruler of the world. Said all the same and so much more crazy shit Alex Jones could think of. This guy was intense. Got raided by police and channel shit down. Not sure what happened to the blood over intent movement
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0 ups, 1 reply
never heard of him :/
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0 ups, 3 replies
quasiluminous? I've never heard of him, never even heard anyone mention him until YnV did
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In 2016, the Brussels attacks and the Pulse shooting in Orlando were “false flag” operations, Jones said, arguing that the government allowed radical Islamists into the country so they “can attack us and then have our freedoms taken.”

Most recently, Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway echoed Jones’ belief that the media ignores terrorist attacks when she spoke on the non-existent Bowling Green massacre by Iraqi refugees. ---

How many trumpetts believed and repeated this? - https://www.infowars.com/report-three-million-votes-in-presidential-election-cast-by-illegal-aliens/
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2 ups, 2 replies
Q and Quasiluminous aren't the same.

i know the Q thing as much as i'd "like" it to be true, i won;t hold my breath. A couple of things about it were interesting tho', the "tip-top/tippy top" thing and the "+++" thing were very intriguing

personally, i had the impression by last november that the whole Q thing was some kind of psyop to get people on board with the idea of invading Iran
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Hahah quasi is in no way close to q, like cult leader who for real called him self Satan and spoke of evils of corps, masons,gov,Jews, fake history, occult flat earth shit. Alex Jones shit has always been pretty medium compared to the extreme side of YouTube. No different from Richie from Boston, russianvids,rob Johnson and so many other ppl saying the same shit. Q seems fake like Ben fulford or David wilcox, wishful thinking.
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3 ups, 2 replies
In November, Jones posted a since-removed video, saying he had “zero fear” of standing up to Clinton even though she had “personally murdered children.” Using the hastag #pizzagate, he pushed the notion that Podesta had dined at Comet Pizza, and, naturally, figured it was the site of an underground pedophilia ring. Jones took to the air later that month and said that “Pizzagate is real” and urged his listeners to “go investigate it for yourself.”
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2 ups, 3 replies
the only thing that ever got my attention with the pizzagate/comet ping pong thing was the shooting...I just find it odd that the only damage the shooter caused was to the companys computer hard drive

but the worst one for pizzagate was david seaman, prior to that he seemed to be a decent journalist but he just lost his shit over pizzagate, it was like he was possessed by it
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4 ups, 2 replies
Patrons were inside and went running out. The owner was getting death threats by phone there. People could've died thanks in part to Jones' rhetoric.
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0 ups, 1 reply
I didn't say that shooting in a public place didn't bother me, or anything like it, so I'm not sure how you got to that conclusion.

I said, i found it odd that the only damage done occurred when the shooter shot thru' a door and his bullet destroyed the company computer's hard drive.

Given that it was the owner of comet ping pong who drew this attention on himself with a series of extremely disturbing images and posts concerning children, this is what fuelled the "paedophile" conspiracy around the place. I just find it odd that his computer hard drive was destroyed in this event
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1 up, 2 replies
Again, none of this is true. The attention came from someone who read too far into Podesta's emails then started the conspiracy theory because the pizza place had pro-Demo events there. The supposed pics where trolled after the BS started and were actually pics of friends' kids and stuff taken from people who liked the owner's pages, not from the owner himself.

So, just another big nothingburger from the right resulting in some dimwit shooting up a place. He's lucky it was just a door and a hard drive that got destroyed and nobody got killed.
0 ups
The pizza owners tweets were all over the internet!
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You like someone's pizza so you tie your kid to a table and tweet a pic to the shop? Yeah, okay
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3 ups
In 2008, Seaman wrote a book called, Dirty Little Secrets of Buzz: How to Attract Massive Attention for Your Business, Your Product, or Yourself. In this book, you can get advice such as "Always be controversial and outrageous in everything you do" and "Enemies are more important than friends."
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Ted gundersons been talking about sense the 80’s and stretching the the 60’s public domain books you can get online about it. Former head of the fbi then after starting publishing he tried investigating but got shut down for
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I'm assuming pizzagate refers to spirit cooking, which is a cannibalism dinner that Clinton was believed to attend, however, she didn't participate, podesta is questionable.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Two words, first amendment.
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0 ups, 1 reply
The problem there is Facebook is a private entity. The first amendment is that the government can not censor you with exceptions like inciting to violence or conspiracy to commit a crime.
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1 up, 2 replies
That can not stand. PUBLIC FORUM. Should go to SC.
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facebook, twitter, youtube etc will face CLASS ACTION LAWSUITS. millions of plaintiffs will cost them billions of dollars. anyone who doesn't join in the plaintiff fraction will throw away money
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More effective than arguing about how we have no options because the first only applies to government entities. The spirit of the first applies to PUBLIC forums. Free speech is nothing if not allowed in PUBLIC! We do have some control. So, we can give up, doing nothing to stop the crimes of censorship, or we can demand the first be applied to public forums...appropriately...The only way I see to subvert the issue is to charge for the service, but in the case of facebook, they would have to violate their "free and always will be" assertion. Of course, this would not be a far stretch, since they now charge for services on pages.
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0 ups, 1 reply
It will be thrown out long before then. Its settled law. The First is about the government only. If Imgflip suddenly decided to change its rules you would have two choices. One accept them or leave. It is not a government agency and has no expectation to behave like it is.

I have seen your argument many times on other forums from games to photo sharing sites. You are allowed to use their private site as long as you adhere to their rules. THEIR RULES. Site owners set their own rules. I'm sorry if you don't understand the difference.
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0 ups, 1 reply
I understand. I simply think it is an issue which will NOT go away because corporations should NOT have the right to censure in PUBLIC Forum. That is my feeling on the matter. While the constitution does not address this specifically, as we are in the modern world...I believe the spirit of the first applies here absolutely. These are PUBLIC forums. If we spend our time simply complying to the current legal interpretations, we will not effectively prevent the results of censorship...which will be the same even if not sponsored by government.
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And what about public forums based in other countries? The internet is world wide, but the first applies only here.

Nor is he stopped from starting his own competing forums either. Please keep that in mind too.
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i remember the sandy hook nonsense but I thought he'd renounced all that?!

i'd stopped paying attention to AJ by the time of the chralottsville shooting
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The fact you and I agree on something scares me.
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0 ups, 1 reply
But , the Holocaust deniers are OK ?
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0 ups, 1 reply
You don't , really .
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2 ups, 1 reply
dude. you are one dense .... wtf is wrong with you? Trump admits collusion, yet you still deny it. seriously wft is wrong with you?
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The whole investigation is a conspiracy , the truth is out there if your mind is open to it .
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2 ups, 2 replies
- THEY ADMIT IT...... WTF is wrong with you?
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He needs to cling to his security blanket, what he really needs right now is a binky.
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You are so deranged
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doesn't matter whether it's left wing or right wing...once politics crosses the line into the extremes, the result is always the same. some people are so determined to take the moral high-ground at any cost, they just can't see this :/
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1 up, 1 reply
sorry- moved up my comment. just join with yours
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1 up, 1 reply
That's weird! That never happened to me before.
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1 up, 1 reply
Facebook bans Alex Jones, nutjob conspiracy theorist, but has no problem leaving up a video of a woman laughingly blowtorching a tied up puppy.

Great priorities Zuckerberg.
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1 up, 1 reply
wut?? wtf is wrong with these people!
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Yup, indeed...

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/facebook-refuses-take-down-sickening-5839136
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I wish they'd ban the left wing extremists too...
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if they're gonna ban anyone, they should at least be forced to be "specific" about why they're being banned.

They hide behind ambiguity and don;t let people know which part of a video or what actual words have they said...violate their terms
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3 ups, 1 reply
Your 'sub-human' idiom is Nazi terminology.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Untermensch
You got flagged and reported.
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