Blasphemy

Twitter has banned tweets from Scott Atlas because he said that masks don’t work in preventing coronavirus infections.

Really?

According to the healthcare professionals at Twitter, one may not make false or misleading statements with regard to the coronavirus when so-called researchers and authorities have determined the truth about the virus.

Doing so would be, of course, blasphemous.

Well, Captain Twitter, what if the authorities are wrong?

What if the authorities have their head up their ass?

What if the public health authorities are mindless repeaters who say things that are politically safe in order to gain favor with the immoral government that has an agenda for promoting the face mask?

What if the public health authorities have been seduced by the powers that be into going along with their program?

What if the public health authorities are dominated by malicious grade hounds and social climbers who never had an original thought in their life?

What if the public health authorities are going along just as the German physicians went along with the Nazis in the 1930s?

What if the face mask is junk science just as phrenology was junk science in 1930s Germany?

What if the studies that the public health authorities use are flawed?

Now, with that stated, what is Twitter’s role as an organization? Are they merely a neutral conveyor of information such as AT&T or Verizon? Or are they a full-fledged news organization that is responsible for the content that exists on their platform?

If they are a news organization, then shouldn’t they be interested in hearing all sides of the debate?

If they aren’t, then what does that say about them?

Of course, that’s a rhetorical question; we already know the answer to that.

Twitter, like Facebook, like YouTube is an extension of the federal government. There is no difference.

What these news organizations will give you is the approved news that the government wants you to see.

Unapproved news is banned

Unapproved news is blasphemous.

Welcome to the 1500s where an elite group of wise men in the church decided what was permissible.

Of course, we are talking about the secular church instead of the Catholic Church, but it’s the same thing.

It’s exactly the same thing.

These so-called wise men who lead Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube are one and the same with the government.

When Twitter excommunicates people who speak out against the face mask or the lockdown, it’s the government that’s doing the banning.

Your government is playing a game with you when they pretend that the Internet giants are separate from them.

They aren’t.

Government hasn’t lifted one finger to enforce our constitutional right of free speech on YouTube, not one finger.

Given that, why hasn’t government, which controls AT&T, banned individuals from talking on the phone if they said something government didn’t like.

What’s the difference?

The difference is that on the Internet, on Twitter, on Facebook, on YouTube you can reach a wider audience.

That scares the government.

The government doesn’t want anyone interfering with its bullshit.

Yet what the government says is bullshit.

Just yesterday it seems as if the elites in the secular church de- platformed The Last American Vagabond.

The Last American Vagabond was regularly putting out information exposing the government’s bullshit.

I will have to assume that the straw that broke the camels back was when the host mentioned Sweden.

Sweden is a dirty word these days on main stream media and on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube.

Sweden, you see, stands as a testament against the lies that the government and their bedfellow the Internet giants have been slamming down our throats.

Sweden had the guts and the audacity to defy the elites. Sweden chose to go for herd immunity and has been successful so far.

You are not allowed to know this. This is unapproved news.

This is blasphemous.

So, when someone speaks unapproved news, like Scott Atlas, like the Last American Vagabond, if they have a big enough platform, that platform gets taken away.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

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