New York Democrat introduces new social media censorship bill

The bill aims to curb people’s speech by targeting platforms By Didi Rankovic | Reclaim The Net | December 27, 2021

If a state senator got his way, the state of New York could soon get a new law aimed at regulating what content can appear on social media. The bill is designed to circumvent existing federal-level solutions in some instances and is reportedly inspired by internal documents leaked by former Facebook employee Frances Haugen.

New York Democrat introduces new social media censorship bill

The Dangerous Myth of “Left Woke Fascism”

The Dangerous Myth of “Left Woke Fascism,” by Kenn Orphan

Without a doubt, the politics of identity have long been used in order to maintain hegemony and neoliberal policies. It is a cynical, but effective, way to distract from issues of class and capitalist exploitation. And it has been used to silence people who may offer a differing point of view by unfairly casting them as racist, sexist, homophobic, etc. But the nonsense of “woke fascism” has been created by far-right ideologues and peddled by grifters like Bari Weiss, Bret Easton Ellis, Jordan Peterson and Glenn Greenwald who rake in tons of money off this ahistorical, erroneous and dangerous rubbish.

“Wokeness” is a new term, but it is derived from the mid 20th century. “Stay woke” was a phrase Black American workers used to encourage attention to civil and labor rights issues. It was later revived by activists in this century. As is the case of all progressive movements under capitalism, the term was co-opted by corporations as well as the police/surveillance/military sector to whitewash real systemic inequities with feel good, empty slogans or lifestyle choices which simply amounted to more profit for their particular brand.

Twitter confirms its ‘Project Guardian’ keeps an eye on today’s main character

Twitter confirms its ‘Project Guardian’ keeps an eye on today’s main character

According to Bloomberg, some users enrolled in Project Guardian in the past include makeup artist James Charles, Egyptian activist Wael Ghonim [Regime Change Asset*], as well as former US Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb [Pfizer Director]. Twitter has also used the program to protect journalists who cover controversial topics, like the January riots or 8chan.

More information:

*Egypt’s Wael Ghonim of Google

*US Government Role in Arab Spring

*Hillary Sponsored Arab Spring To Destabilise Middle East

H/T: Aletho News