you can moan about your free speech rights all you want while the reality takes over without your noticing;
Left-wing activists have recently been increasingly active in seeking
to limit opposing political viewpoints, in order to create a more
ubiquitous “groupthink.” One effort in accomplishing this has been to
propose the creation of a “Human Rights Committee” in order to monitor
the economic transactions of “white supremacist groups and anti-Islam
This should not be surprising, as, throughout the former Free World,
collectivists are, increasingly, coming out of the closet and seeking to
eliminate any and all opposition to their cause.
And this should not, in itself, be alarming, as it should be both
predictable and understandable that any politically driven group, be it
left-leaning or right-leaning, would seek to gain an advantage over its
What may be a real cause for alarm, however, is that those whom they
are trying to rope into their effort are banks and corporations… and
that they’re succeeding without a shot being fired.
It might be hoped that those champions of industry and commerce would
at least put up a perfunctory fight, but clearly, this is not the case.
They’re not only caving in; they’re entirely on board.
As an example, MasterCard is considering the selective restriction of
individuals from their services and funds. Those individuals would be
the ones that held unacceptable political views.
But they’re not the first in the queue to economically force people
to have “correct” views. PayPal and Patreon have barred selected
individuals from receiving payments through their services when those
individuals have been identified as holding “extreme views.” More
alarmingly, they’ve been supported in this decision by the US Securities
and Exchange Commission.
Journalist Ben Swann has commented that this means that the US
government has granted “big corporations the ability to control what
voices are heard.”.........https://fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/eliminating-free-speech-the-smart-way/247742
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