Another Conservative Voice Choked Out?

Did Tech Giants Strike Again?

Real.Video is gone

I looked to real.video today to catch some alternatives to the stuff on Youtube, and I found this! 

So my thoughts on this matter run in the direction of the sinister hand that tried this past year to kill FellowshipOfTheMinds.com. It may be that this was just a venture that wasn’t paying off as hoped for, but I don’t think so right now.

Happily, brighteon.com is still in business, and doing the work of real.video, so my initial alarm may be unfounded. 

So to continue with my rant, here is the rest of what I am thinking:

The stakes are high, and the “elites” are reportedly panicking. If that is so, they are more volatile and dangerous than ever. Perhaps something is about to be trotted out about HRC and some unspeakable activity (…most of us know what I am hinting at). And when HRC or POS Obama find someone putting a negative spotlight on them, people seem to die (…think Andrew Breitbart,  Anthony Bourdain, Seth Rich and Joan Rivers).

Worried? No. Let us choose to replace the fear of man with the fear of God.

“Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.”
– Matthew 10:28

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Jo
Jo
1 year ago

It’s now brighteon.com formerly real.video!

Steven Broiles
1 year ago

I just checked real.video.com and I found the same results. My knowledge is that brighteon.com is not the same as real.video.com. I may be wrong. I first discovered Mike Adams the Health Ranger on Alex Jones. He just guest-hosted Alex’s fourth hour this past Monday. I like Mike Adams a lot—he’s 100% honest and very well-informed, very principled. Mike Adams owns over 125 web sites, many of them (word).news—e.g. science.news, trump.news, etc., etc. Please check him out as soon as you can. I never thought I’d see the day when I agreed with Fauxcahantas, Elizabeth Warren. Just the other day… Read more »

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago

I think its past time for someone to do something about this. Censorship is categorically opposed to who we are. Allowing these companies to do this is like allowing monopolies to set prices or freely conspire to stifle speech.

I would wager that if this were reversed and the Socialist’s speech was being throttled the screaming would be heard in Bolivia. We need to remember that these are not individual actions. These are considered actions by The Odor.

Either these elements need regulation or competition. Either way it would be an improvement over what we’re seeing now.

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
1 year ago

The jackals are now going after Tucker Carlson by denying him ads.

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

How “Stalinist” of them. The only “inclusion” they support is the sort that ensures only their voice will be heard.

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Facebook has begun automatically blocking URLs of ZeroHedge articles when they are shared, using the excuse, “This post goes against our community guidelines on spam.”

https://www.activistpost.com/2019/03/facebook-now-automatically-blocks-zerohedge-com-articles.html

MarkyMark
MarkyMark
1 year ago

The tech companies cannot ban people because they don’t like certain ideas. Even if they own the 21st Century public square, they cannot do that. This is settled law; check out Marsh vs. Alabama. This case involved a Jehovah’s Witness passing out religious materials on the streets of a privately owned company town that prohibited the practice. What Fakebook and company are doing amounts to the same thing.

Real Town vs. Fake
Real Town vs. Fake
1 year ago
Reply to  MarkyMark

I get so tired of this fire alarm being pulled. That was a town, an actual physical town that is a place where real people walk around, live, and do all the things that the US Constitution protects. These others are virtual towns. Legal matters are completely different in “pretend towns” as are Facebook, Google, etc. social media discussions and posts. They really can block all conservative voices if they like and don’t mind losing millions of subscribers and business. Political speech is not forbidden from prejudice. You can even rent out a home and say you will only rent… Read more »

MarkyMark
MarkyMark
1 year ago

Uh, what is the 21st Century public square, hmmm? The PRINCIPLE certainly applies here.

TPR
TPR
1 year ago
Reply to  MarkyMark

Definitely a lot of censoring going on! __Within the past week, Michael Hoffman tweeted that Amazon banned 2 of his (((books))). __Within the past 1-2 days, Kevin McDonald tweeted that Amazon banned his (((Culture of Critique))) book. __Also in the past 24-hours or so, Twitter announced it will stop displaying the numbers of Likes & Retweets on individual tweets, & will initiate its “Healthy Content” (read: Censorship) program. __Yesterday, FB & Instagram were down many hours (9 hours at least, per the last tweet I saw mentioning it). Paul Joseph Watson was evidently going bonkers, per one tweeter, without his… Read more »

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

There’re no coincidences when it comes to Leftists– not good to be paranoid, but they’ve (repeatedly) made it so easy.

Jo
Jo
1 year ago

Brighteon.com is the same as former real.video as Mike Adams had announced it was just a name change.