Monday, April 17, 2017


Social media are under attack for their left-leaning bias and censoring politically incorrect users and content. These policies are egged on by Social Justice Warriors and 'snowflakes' seeking safe spaces free from dissent. In the meantime social media are censoring and suspending Conservative activists wherever the opportunity presents itself. 'Fake News' is the latest cover.

UPDATE: Google is backing down and has blamed a vendor for wrongfully telling its staff to rank InfoWars as low-quality content, Business Insider reported Monday. The vendor, hired by Google, uses contractors to rate the quality of websites in order to aid the search engine’s algorithm. Leaked photos showing the vendor targeting an Infowars article were originally posted online this week by independent journalist Mike Cernovich. Google told Business Insider that it does not order “quality raters” to target specific sites but instead gives “general rules” on how to shape the algorithm. “Google’s spokesperson distanced the company from the contractor’s instructions, telling Business Insider that it does not instruct quality raters how to grade specific websites, but gives general rules to get unbiased feedback to improve the algorithm,” the article states. In an official statement, Google said the specific mention of Infowars was removed from the vendor’s training module. “In this instance, we have confirmed that a vendor we work with sent out more detailed instructions to some raters without our knowledge, which included references to specific sites,” the spokesperson said. “This is in conflict with the intent of our guidelines and the vendor has taken action to remove these references in their training module.” (WATCH: Infowars Under Unprecedented Attack By Secret Google

March 25, 2017


Mar 24, 2017 Your favorite YouTube channels could be about to disappear. Paul Joseph Watson's last ever video?

Feb. 5, 2017


After shadow banning, Twitter has now rolled out what you could call 'throttling'. Have you noticed lately "this tweet is not unavailable" but when clicking it, it nonetheless is! This is Twitter's way of suppressing tweets they don't like. How can you tell if you're being throttled? Check your Analytics. If there is an inexplicable drop in your impressions, chances are Twitter's cutting you off. Have you enlisted with yet? You should. Update: clicking "unavailable" tweets now results in "blocked by user", also untrue. Twitter is engaged in lying to our face. This is now over the edge of good morality.