Tag: freedom-of-speech

A general view of the quiet streets in the central business district of Sydney on July 31, 2021. A heavy-handed deployment of Australian law enforcement and military totally wiped out dissent in what was formerly a free country.
Australia Crushes Lockdown Dissent With Weekend Protest Crackdown
Australia’s big media celebrated a victory for the state of New South Wales as a planned July 31 protest against the sixth week of increasingly draconian COVID-19 lockdowns evaporated into thin air after authorities used...
Protesters gather in front of Parliament House during an anti-lockdown rally on July 24, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. Australian police encouraged citizens to report each other and vowed to use all surveillance footage available to punish those who attended the events.
European, Australian Protestors Hit Streets to Call for End to Vaccine Passports and Lockdowns
Hundreds of thousands of citizens took to the streets in multiple countries, among them France, the UK, Italy, and Australia, to protest the implementation of vaccine passports and extended lockdowns on the weekend of July...
General view of atmosphere at Anti-Defamation League Entertainment Industry Dinner at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 24, 2017. PayPal announced a partnership with the ADL the same day as a Big Tech consortium of 17 of the largest companies in Silicon Valley announced plans with the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism to expand a shared database of content to target “white supremacist violence.”
Big Tech Consortium and PayPal Telegraph Plans to Crack Down on ‘White Supremacy’
A self-proclaimed counter terrorism organization with a membership comprised of the world’s biggest tech oligarchs has announced plans to expand content sharing among its ranks in a bid to crack down on “white supremacy” and...
Singers perform at a karaoke lounge in Hong Kong on February 11, 2011. The Chinese Communist Party wants to ensure social stability by centrally overseeing what songs can be sung in the country’s karaoke bars.
China Moves to Ensure Only ‘Healthy’ Songs Played at Karaoke Bars
The Chinese Communist Party is tightening its grip on all aspects of daily life, social interaction, entertainment, and traditional culture. For example, the Chinese Ministry of Culture recently announced plans to increase control over a...
Flags of Nova Scotia and Canada fly at half-staff outside the Nova Scotia Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) headquarters in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, on April 19, 2020. Chief Medical Officer Richard Strang told the public an ex parte injunction the Province sought against public gatherings and lockdown and mask protests was as much to stop the practice of “deliberately spreading false information” as much as it was about social distancing.
Preventing Spread of ‘False Information’ Real Reason For Public Gathering Ban, Canadian Official Admits
A Canadian public health officer made the brazen admission during a live streamed public question and answer session that public gathering restrictions enacted are not only an attempt to hamper the spread of the SARS-CoV-2...
British Columbia Minister of Health Adrian Dix and Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, speak to the media about SARS-CoV-2 in Vancouver, British Columbia, on January 31, 2020. Whistleblower doctor, Charles Hoffe, was disciplined by a Canadian health authority after speaking out about neurological disorders in First Nations patients who received the Moderna COVID-19 mRNA injection in his village of Lytton, BC.
Whistleblower Doctor Cancelled by Canadian Health Authority After Going Public Over Vaccine Neurological Reactions
A Canadian doctor who blew the whistle on severe neurological adverse reactions suffered by patients in his small First Nations community in British Columbia after accepting the Moderna COVID-19 mRNA injection has been disciplined by...
Facebook's vice president Nick Clegg holds a speech at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin on June 24, 2019. Minutes of a meeting between Clegg and European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova from November of 2020 show the Facebook executive admitting fact checkers employed by the giant have their own political agenda.
Facebook VP Concedes ‘Fact Checkers’ Have Own Agenda
According to minutes of a meeting between Facebook VP Nick Clegg and a European Commission executive, the Facebook executive acknowledged that the monolith’s censors and "fact checkers," may be biased and chasing their own political...
Beijing-Controlled Hong Kong Government Freezes Jimmy Lai’s Assets in Move Against Free Press
The billionaire founder of a pro-democracy newspaper in Hong Kong critical of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has had his assets frozen by the city’s increasingly totalitarian, pro-Beijing government in a move some say marks...
People hold signs during a protest demanding to reopen the Illinois economy, hit hard by coronavirus-related closures, in front of a James R. Thompson Center on May 1, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois . A recent MIT study into online lockdown skeptics was forced to concede the communities are rational, data-driven, and value the scientific process as much as professionals are supposed to.
MIT Study Forced to Concede Online Anti-Maskers Rational, Follow Scientific Method
In a recent study, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology were forced to concede that members of online pandemic skeptic communities both valued the scientific method and utilized a more professional caliber of data...
One hundred cardboard cutouts of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg stand outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., April 10, 2018. Research has found Americans are becoming increasingly disenfranchised with Big Tech and legacy media outlets.
Americans Losing Confidence in Big Tech and Legacy Media
A recent poll by NBC News has revealed public opinion is turning on social media platforms such Twitter and Facebook. 64 percent of respondents said they share the feeling Big Tech now does more to...
A student walks up stairs decorated with past Olympic dates in Hong Kong on June 13, 2012. SOAS University, formerly the School of Oriental and African Studies, has warned faculty members to protect students during classes on Chinese Communist Party-sensitive subjects fearing they can be arrested when entering Hong Kong or China for attending classes.
London University Warns Faculty to Protect Students from Hong Kong or China Arrest
A London university has told its professors to be careful not to record class discussions or lectures on topics related to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) because of fears the students may be arrested if...
Protesters occupy the arrival hall of the Hong Kong International Airport during a demonstration on August 12, 2019. A reporter from the Hong Kong Epoch Times, an international publication critical of the Chinese Communist Party, was attacked by a man with a baseball bat after leaving her apartment on May 11.
Baseball Bat Attack on Hong Kong Reporter Draws State Department Condemnation
A reporter for a Hong Kong newspaper critical of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was assaulted with a baseball bat during broad daylight on May 11 in an escalating pattern of intimidation and harassment against...