Social Justice Bullies kill off any hopes their weapon of choice will survive

Twitter is in a downward spiral.

Staffed by liberal elite wankers who allow hate speech and bullying to flourish and unable to monetise the platform in any meaningful way, the company is faltering. Its stock price is tanking and users seeking a better experience are abandoning the platform.

The weapon of choice for modern day social justice bullies is on the brink.

One company that was thinking of investing in Twitter has now run a mile once they started looking at the bullying culture.

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff finally killed all rumours of a potential Twitter acquisition on Friday when he told the Financial Times that it’s “not the right fit” for his company.

Benioff said a lot of things, like that Twitter’s price, and work culture, contributed to his decision to walk away from a deal. Part of it also likely had to do with the pressure from investors, as Salesforce stock plummeted after it was reported to be interested in buying Twitter.

But according to CNBC’s “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer, Salesforce was turned off by a more fundamental problem that’s been hurting Twitter for years: trolls.   Read more »

Phil Quin on trolling

Left-wing trolling merely serves to reinforce the impression that Labour is the nasty party.

Phil Quin describes the Labour acolytes and their trolling in the recent Wellington local body elections.

In the months leading up to the election, a number of Young Labor activists organised themselves into a troll army. Seemingly without relent, they inundated Twitter, Facebook and Reddit with vile, invariably baseless, personal attacks on Nick. Far worse, they aimed their vitriol at Porirua, where Nick had been serving as Mayor.  Porirua, they claimed days before the city received a AA rating from Standard & Poors, was broke (false). Rates had skyrocketed under Nick’s leadership (false). Services had been slashed (false). Nick closed Cannons Creek pool (go there for yourself; he didn’t). Most revealing was their constant, condescending refrain that Nick was somehow selfishly “abandoning” the city, as if Porirua residents are incapable of taking care of themselves. A heady blend of dogwhistling and white man’s burden bollocks.

Now, please don’t get me wrong. These thousands of nasty tweets and posts and comments did not shift a single vote. The vast majority of voters wouldn’t have had a clue what was being said in social media swamps, and are smart enough to ignore it if they had.

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Twitter refugees migrate to Gab after being shadow banned out of existance



Thousands of people are fleeing twitter for Gab, made refugees by the insidious shadow banning, censorship and outright banning of conservative voices and anyone critical of Islam. Twitter lost 2 million customers  alone in the last three months of 2015. I may be jumping to conclusions but last year Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud increased his shareholding to become became twitter’s second largest shareholder. Saudi Arabia is not known for supporting freedom of speech but it is known for hardline Islamic law so I am not at all surprised that the Sharia is increasingly being enforced on twitter and people wanting freedom of speech are leaving.

Well known people on Twitter are steadily moving to Gab and Trump may well be next given what twitter did to him. On October 3, 2016 thirty two of his tweets were “shadowbanned” (censored) and one tweet was deleted to prevent the general public from seeing them.

Surely the deleted tweet must have been offensive, racist, or have broken a twitter rule? Here it is so you can make up your own mind.

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chair-copyBill Comeans was Murdered 36 years ago, But he’s Tweeting From Beyond the Grave

On Jan. 7, 2014, the 34th anniversary of his murder, Bill Comeans inexplicably sent a tweet.

Bill Comeans was murdered 34 years ago when he was 14 — and his Twitter account won’t let you forget it.

His family created the account, @BillComeans, on Jan. 7 to bring attention back to the unsolved mystery in Ohio. His killer was never found.

One of Comeans’ first tweets — and dozens more afterward — described his murder in the first person, as if he were still alive.

On Jan. 7, 1980, a few days before his 15th birthday, Bill Comeans left his house in New Rome, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus, to pick up his sister Kathleen from a birthday party next door. When he arrived at the party, she told him she didn’t want to leave yet, so he stopped at home to help his father work on a car in the garage before leaving again.

A few hours later, Comeans hadn’t returned home, so his father and brother went looking for him. At around 9pm, they found him a few blocks away from the house, in a snowy ditch by the railroad tracks. He had been strangled by his own winter scarf.

Despite his brother’s attempts to resuscitate him, Bill Comeans was pronounced dead at the hospital two hours later. An autopsy later concluded he had died of “cardiopulmonary arrest” due to “compression of the neck.” His killer was never found.

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Political censorship on Twitter


A source inside Twitter has confirmed that Twitter is shadow banning users on the basis of their politics. This confirms what a lot of us have already noticed; that Twitter is a hostile place for non-left-wing  and non-PC voices. It also helps explain why so many conservative and libertarian writers have appeared on Gab since it went live three weeks ago. Cam is now on Gab @Whaleoil and so am I @Spanishbride. It is very popular and there is a waiting list so you will need to be patient.

Judging by all the  comments on Gab people are thrilled and relieved to find a place where political and moral viewpoints aren’t censored by their social media platform.

Today the news broke that Twitter who banned conservative libertarian, Milo Yiannopoulos’s personal account have now banned his podcast account even though it has not violated any of Twitter’s terms of service. Their attack on conservative voices could not be more obvious.


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Twitter purged conservatives and its user rank dropped from 3 to 9

Undoubtedly Twitter is Goliath and Gab is David, but Twitter’s 14-month purge of conservative voices  has had a negative financial effect.  It is going to take a long time before the trickle of conservatives from Twitter to Gab becomes a flood but in the meantime Twitter despite its size is  still not profitable.

After plunging to an all-time-low in June, Twitter’s rise to $19 per share on rumors of a buy-out picked up credibility this week when its co-founder said the wilting social network company must ponder options, such as a buy-out.

…Williams was asked on Bloomberg TV whether Twitter was a takeover target.

At first Williams tried to avoid the topic, but then went on to acknowledge that the company must ponder alternatives, which would include a merger or acquisition.

…Breitbart News reported in June 2015 that the termination of Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, who won high praise for not knuckling under to Leftists’ social networking “thought police,” would be a disaster, especially with the company on the verge of profitability.

But then Obama campaign cash bundler Chris Sacca led a Board of Directors coup d’état to fire Costolo, who “proudly worked on President Barack Obama’s campaign as a Telecommunications, Media, and Technology advisor, a speaking surrogate, a field office volunteer, and as Co-Chair of Finance and a Trustee of the Presidential Inaugural Committee.”

Twitter began a purge of conservatives that muzzled free speech. Despite enjoying a lift from Republican Donald Trump, who has been using the social media platform as his political firehouse, Twitter monthly average user growth died. Over the last 14 months Twitter’s social media user rank dropped from number three to number nine.

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Free Speech, Twitter alternative Gab is growing rapidly


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Milo destroys twitter


A new search engine for independent media

I can no longer ignore the censorship that is now happening on all the social media platforms, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Even Google my favourite search engine has been accused of censorship. Conservative viewpoints in particular are being silenced, Milo Yiannopoulos the latest Conservative/Libertarian voice to be banned for life from Twitter.

Criticism of Islam, and any material that would expose or question the status quo is now being censored or discriminated against. For example YouTube will take away the monetization of a popular YouTube channel if they don’t want people to view it. This is a very underhanded form of discrimination as it is invisible to the viewing public who don’t know what is going on behind the scenes. Cutting off the financial blood supply to the content providers is almost as effective as taking the videos down or censoring their content.

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Screenshot from YouTube video where 16 year old German girl explains what life is like for her after mass muslim migration

I read recently that,  was created for independent media as a google alternative. It claims to be a propaganda-free search portal.

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American’s first Amendment rights violated by Social Media companies


This month the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) filed a federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, challenging Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) under the First Amendment.

Center for Security Policy  Section 230 provides immunity from lawsuits to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, thereby permitting these social media giants to engage in government-sanctioned censorship and discriminatory business practices free from legal challenge.

The lawsuit was brought on behalf of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, and Jihad Watch. The lawsuit alleges that Spencer and Geller as well as the organisations they run, have often been subject to discrimination and censorship by twitter Facebook and YouTube because of the beliefs and views they express. They believe the censorship and discrimination is because these social media organisations consider their freedom of expression to be offensive to Muslims.

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