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Nope. He'd be canceled.
The company isn't stopping at "racists."
Anti-white indoctrination drives Jordan Peterson away from higher education.
The NAACP called it “a victory for us."
Tucker Carlson exposes the war on "domestic terror."
Britain ignores grooming gangs to go after bigger threats.
Should we give it another chance?
Pope calls "cancel culture" an "ideological colonization" that threatens cultural roots.
Indian home secretary promises to make it "mandatory for police forces to record the ethnicity of those arrested."
Mainstream conservative shares the truth about censorship.
Big Tech silences a congresswoman.
A look at Herbert Marcuse's worldview.
School bans "Jingle Bells" over the song's alleged connection to slavery and minstrel shows.
Liking "extremist" posts could get you thrown out of the military.
The game's publishers erased negative qualities inherent to the monster races.
Not all may be lost in Britain.
New Zealand Academic Is Cancelled for Opposing Plans to Teach Maori Creation Myth in Science Classes
Maori mythology was to be given the same weight as science.
An optimistic view of our crisis.
Whites are the least likely group to say offensive speech is a major problem.
Platform treats anti-white slurs the same as other racial epithets.
Companies should do away with any "objective definition of merit" in order to "attract Black talent."
Republicans say it's "a thinly veiled attempt to pressure companies to censor more speech."
The crime of noticing.
Jack Dorsey steps down, and things will probably get worse.
Catholic official says the conservative's views on immigration and race conflict with the faith.
Parag Agrawal thinks Twitter's job is to craft a "healthy public conversation."
London's mayor gets venues to cancel the man who could be the next French president.
"The 'robust, uninhibited' right to free expression that Supreme Court cases proclaim has increasingly become a dead letter."
Facebook's algorithms detected anti-white racism more than any other hate speech.
Congressional Democrats want more urgently to purge "extremists" from the military.
Facts violate Facebook's Community Standards.
Big Tech considered him guilty well before his trial began.
Advertisers can no longer reach specific racial groups.
It benefits their "coalition of the fringes" strategy.
“We are unequivocally opposed to providing George Zimmerman a platform."
Prison for up to two years.
Facebook employees wanted to censor Breitbart for accurately portraying the George Floyd riots.
Censored for "hateful conduct."
Acclaimed scientist was cancelled for criticizing racial preferences.
The new inquisition?
Google's motto changed from "don't be evil" to "don't be white."
The Intercept inadvertently helps our cause.
British Home Secretary wants more online censorship in response to an Islamic terror attack.
Interview with Jason Kessler.
The press coverage, deplatforming and doxing campaigns, and criminal and civil suits.
The journalist felt the justice's criticism of black players was “unworthy of a crusader for equality.”
A review of Charlottesville Untold: Inside the Unite the Right Rally.
The tech giant includes Jared Taylor and American Renaissance on its "dangerous" list.
Facebook is under attack from Congress and the media for not censoring enough "hate speech."
Many innocent Canadians will face criminal charges under the "hate speech" law.
After years of censorship, no one even remembers what has disappeared.
The lawmaker was punished for criticizing immigrants on social media.
"[G]overnments are not obliged . . . to permit the presence of a rebellious army's battle flag . . . ."
Twenty-three percent of students say violence is OK to stop speakers they disagree with.
This is news?
The censors want to stop satire that communicates "hate."
Not even doctors are immune to diversity rubbish.
Conservatives must demand free speech or face extinction.
Democrats may demand the private communications of their political opponents.
Chase Bank Unveils New “Reputation Risk” Campaign, Targeting Loyal Customers for Their Political Beliefs
Banks find a pretext for punishing political dissidents.
Former cop: “They have moved from policing crime to policing thoughts and speech, because it is easier."
Leftists criticize the crusade against "hate speech."
"When does your debit card get canceled over old tweets?"
He wants a 20-year immigration moratorium.
Major networks aren't safe from censorship.
There are good reasons not to trust American institutions.
Canada wants to order social media platforms to censor "hate speech."
Payment processor partners with the Anti-Defamation League to shut down dissident thought.
"I may be the first person banned not for what [I] have said, but for what they suspect me to think."
The White House issues marching orders to Big Tech.
British politicians want more censorship of "hate speech."
"Free speech wing of the free speech party" got its marching orders.
More warnings for white people.