I found out yesterday that I was banned from Twitter.
Of course, it’s not that big a deal for me because I hardly ever got on Twitter.
The column you’re reading right now has been automatically posted to Twitter for more than a year.
I only found out about the ban by accident.
Of course, they don’t tell you why you were banned.
They just do it.
I’m going to file an appeal only to find out why.
And I told them that.
But why should I have to file an appeal at all?
Why should I have even been banned in the first place?
Technically my site was suspended permanently, I assume, because I was engaging in hate speech or abusive language.
What is hate? What is abusive?
Well, you can read all the columns here and decide for yourself if I was using hate speech.
Let’s cut to the chase. I was.
I certainly do you use hate speech when it comes to members of the Harvard Cartel, who have destroyed the United States of America.
And I do think that all Harvard and Ivy League graduates (and New Ivy League graduates) and their sycophants should be held accountable for this destruction, even though they may not have materially participated in that destruction, just as we hold the German people accountable for the Third Reich.
Oh, we shouldn’t generalize, correct? Is that the clichéd response you’re going to give to me? Forget about it. Without generalization we don’t get out of bed in the morning. The only reason you get out of bed in the morning is because every other morning that you got out of bed, you were able to stand up on terra firma.
All the German people (excluding the Jews, Gypsies, and mentally infirm) benefited from the Nazi regime just as all Harvard graduates benefitted from the dysphoric society imposed upon us by members of the Harvard Cartel.
And, to be quite frank, I believe in hate speech.
I am not going to shy away from that.
I think hate speech is essential to maintaining a healthy republic, which we so obviously do not enjoy anymore. I think there’s a direct correlation between the implementation of political correctness and the destruction of our republic.
Of course there is. In Nazi Germany if you criticized (hate speech) Adolf Hitler, you went to the concentration camp.
Okay, I hear ya, babe. Adolf Hitler was only one person. What about groups? OK, in Nazi Germany if you criticized the Gestapo, you went to the concentration camp.
Were there good Gestapo? I’m sure there were. So fucking what? We punished them all.
By the way, when we bombed Dresden and killed approximately 200,000 people (the real number, not the fake number our government gives), were there good Germans living in Dresden? I’m sure there were. So fucking what? We killed them anyway.
If our republic is to survive, we need to get rid of this political correctness.
And we need to accept hate speech as part of free speech.
There are plenty of things to hate in this world.
We should hate the actions of the US government which prosecutes nonstop war and in so doing kills millions of people around the globe.
We did it in Vietnam. We did it in Iraq. We did it in Afghanistan. We did it in Libya. We did it in Syria.
We also did it in Indonesia. That’s right, our CIA helped Suharto kill one million Indonesians. Crime? They were suspected of being communists.
We should hate the actions of the United States government which currently sends war armaments to Ukraine in order to kill Russians – especially since it was the US that provoked the Russians to invade Ukraine in the first place.
We should hate the actions of the United States government which currently can’t muster the money to fix homelessness.
We should also hate them for creating homelessness in the first place by outsourcing jobs, permitting gambling on demand, and aiding and abetting the smuggling of drugs into our country.
We should hate the actions of the United States government which created the student loan mess and then doesn’t have the guts to clean it up.
We should hate the actions of the United States government which allows millions of illegal immigrants across our borders.
We should hate the actions of United States government which has caused the inflation that we currently suffer under.
We should also hate the Senators and Representatives in Washington DC who don’t give a damn about this country.
Let’s not forget about the doofuses in the Harvard Cartel who have hijacked our government, polarized wealth, and stolen billions and billions of dollars in order to celebrate themselves.
Or are we to just sit back now and only say pleasant things about people?
Are we never to speak out with anger against people who are robbing us of our freedom and our future?
Is it hate speech to speak the truth about other people?
When Thomas Paine wrote Common Sense was he engaging in hate speech.
He certainly was.
Hate speech is the price we pay for freedom and individual liberty.
PS Have you noticed that our government which deplores and bans hate speech has no problem running around the globe killing people en extremis. In fact, they love it.
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