Alex Jones is not “the canary in the coal mine”…


Date: August 08, 2018

…Alex Jones is someone with a clear track record, of violating the terms of service, of various online services…and then trying to circumvent the lesser severe punishments, for his activities…which led to more severe consequences.

Alex Jones decided he was above the rules, and above the system…

…Cold reality is, that he is not above the rules, nor the system.

On YouTube, there have been actual “canaries in the coal mine”…

…We are known as Minor Attracted People [MAP’s]…We’ve been getting unjustly shit on by YouTube, since YouTube became popular.

You want an example of where you should have put your foot down, and rejected draconian censorship on YouTube?…That example exists, with what YouTube has done to us MAP’s on it’s platform.

Alex Jones clearly deserves the consequences he earned…

…We MAP’s do not deserve, the fate YouTube has imposed upon us.

What really sets sour with me…is all you people out there, who are just now getting around to your “serious outrage” over censorship…

…now that you have a growing inclination, that this trend just might negatively impose upon what you like to do online…

Us MAP’s have been living under the real life consequences of this censorship, far deeper than 99.9999999% of all of you…

…while nearly all of you have continued on, oblivious to it…because you failed to view it as a threat to yourself.

Alex Jones…who’s diatribes belong in the same class as those of Adolf Hitler…is a piss poor hill to fight this war on…

…There have been far more deserving battlefields, to make this stand on…all along…

…And the fact that so many people are distorting the facts, in order to make the Alex Jones situation seem like something it is not…that’s just outrageous.

You people are no champions of free speech…

…You’re just selfcentered people, living in a bubble and feeling personally threatened.

2 thoughts on “Alex Jones is not “the canary in the coal mine”…

  1. Kindly

    You are wrong on this one. There is nothing of significance that differentiates the rules used to censor Alex Jones from the rules used to censor kind people.

    Of course, he is not the canary, in one sense: YouTube (and other) censorship, particularly political censorship, has been a slow-moving avalanche for the past several years.

    I believe in free speech. You apparently do not.

    Reply
    1. eqfoundation Post author

      “You are wrong on this one. There is nothing of significance that differentiates the rules used to censor Alex Jones from the rules used to censor kind people. “

      I’m talking about the standards and consistency of enforcement of those rules…

      …Yes, they are the same rules…No, they absolutely do not get applied and enforced, the same.

      “I believe in free speech. You apparently do not.”

      Excuse me?…

      I am more/less a free speech absolutist…I don’t take part in campaigns to get people banned, or censored…

      …But, that’s not even what this post is about…

      …It’s really about the long term, habitual hypocrisy of YouTube, allowing all sorts of insanity on it’s platform…and the YouTube population rarely giving a thought to this hypocrisy…

      …Until insane points like this one, where they’re defending someone without a defense.

      Bottom line…Alex Jones did, factually, get suspended for violating YouTube’s terms of service…and then got terminated for trying to circumvent the suspension…

      It’s been known for years, that a lot of what he puts out, violates the terms of service, to one degree or another.

      Do you actually want to address that point?

      Reply

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