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Candace Owens Is Suing Facebook and Other Big Tech Companies

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11 minutes ago, Space Coyote said:

So he says while quoting a left leaning source covering the supposedly suppressed dissent. Your own posts can't even keep up an internally consistent illusion of right-wing prosecution. 

You're totally against my ideas, that's what I conclude here. My response somehow bothered you. You think I'm wrong.

You actually believe you're right. Ohh! You think you are right.

But are you? Are you right? You, the one who sees my response, you, the noble guy. You, the one who thinks clearly and knows the truth.

* "I am everything that's wrong with this world. A deluded guy that stands with Trump."

I'll stop being sarcastic.

On the other hand, I quoted a left-wing "news" website so I can't be dismissed by those who are on the left. That's why.

When I post something that's from Breitbart news, the left calls me a right-wing individual or an extremist.

Now you understand why I posted a CNBC article.

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To correct a sentence.

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27 minutes ago, The Don said:

Even Merkel realizez the danger here.

Sometimes that happens because people confuse Freedom of Speech with Saying whatever they want, including inciting violence. 

Freedom of Speech ends when it is violent against others, you can't have the freedom to spread lies and things like that... 

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5 minutes ago, The Don said:

When I post something that's from Breitbart news, the left calls me a right-wing individual or an extremist.

Because it literally is as far-right as you can get without being a straight up Nazi.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/mediabiasfactcheck.com/breitbart/amp/

Do you ever check your sources?

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How strange it is to be anything at all

 

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Just now, Rilles said:

Because it literally is as far-right as you can get without being a straight up Nazi.

Exactly my point. Exactly what I was saying.


Me on the road less traveled.

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Just now, The Don said:

Exactly my point. Exactly what I was saying.

What attracts you so much about being as far-right as you can without being a straight up Nazi?

 


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Meh, CNBC is a corporate owned news organization, I wouldn't describe it as 'left'. It's a really good news organization don't get me wrong, but I would not affiliate it with the left.


''To be happy we must not be too concerned with others''.

Albert Camus

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3 minutes ago, The Don said:

Exactly my point. Exactly what I was saying.

Why would you want us to read from a website that is notorious for distorting the facts?


How strange it is to be anything at all

 

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7 minutes ago, Rilles said:

Why would you want us to read from a website that is notorious for distorting the facts?

Yes. That's exactly what they're doing. They spend all day thinking about strategies for disinformation.

They can't sleep well at night until they write a lie.

Their main purpose in life is to lie. It's part of their plans.

Breitbart is Pravda.


Me on the road less traveled.

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@The Don

20 minutes ago, The Don said:

You're totally against my ideas, that's what I conclude here. My response somehow bothered you. You think I'm wrong.

You actually believe you're right. Ohh! You think you are right.

But are you? Are you right? You, the one who sees my response, you, the noble guy. You, the one who thinks clearly and knows the truth.

* "I am everything that's wrong with this world. A deluded guy that stands with Trump."

I'll stop being sarcastic.

On the other hand, I quoted a left-wing "news" website so I can't be dismissed by those who are on the left. That's why.

When I post something that's from Breitbart news, the left calls me a right-wing individual or an extremist.

Now you understand why I posted a CNBC article.

   I've seen a user before posting concrete posts, but the posts all had a right wingish feel to them, and that's all it took for a ban. Doesn't matter how solid your proof/evidence is, cuz the opposition can easily pull the 'proof untenable' card and ta-da! Not an argument at all.

   Even if you pull out left based sources, already most users here don't wanna take you seriously, for consistency reasons.

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Big Tech must be held accountable.

Parler is no longer available.

We must find out who was involved in censoring the president of the United States. And find out who were the ones who put the pressure on Twitter and Facebook to ban Trump.

Parler is gone. Why? It won't end well.

America will prevail.

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Meh, I'm not at all upset of what happened to Trump's twitter, he was promoting nonsense about fraudulent elections and then when the capitol hill raid was happening he continued to push the idea that the elections were fraudulent.

If Twitter was biased against right wing people, than why is David French (for whom I love, terrific journalist) still on Twitter?

Anyone promoting these election fraud claims after the clear damage that is has caused (i.e. capitol hill raid) does indeed deserve a good ban.


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9 minutes ago, The Don said:

America will prevail.

Not if Trump is the president, sadly... with Trump America will go to Hell...


Don’t you realize that all of you together are the temple of God and that the Spirit of God lives in you?
1 Corinthians 3:16

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55 minutes ago, The Don said:

Yes. That's exactly what they're doing. They spend all day thinking about strategies for disinformation.

They can't sleep well at night until they write a lie.

Their main purpose in life is to lie. It's part of their plans.

Breitbart is Pravda.

Strawmanning helps neither of us. Just find trustworthy sources if you want to further your cause is all. Breitbart and Infowars/Prisonplanet makes you look less credible. Why would you want that.

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2 hours ago, Arcangelo said:

No the teacher is responsible for his/her actions. I disagree.

You can't disagree with something that is a fact. You can only disagree with opinions.

I could say that I disagree that the sky is blue and say that it's green instead. But it doesn't matter if I disagree or not, if it isn't an opinion that I'm disagreeing with.

The fact of the matter is that the teacher is the number one root cause of unruly behavior in the classroom. And that's just demonstrably true.

The same is true of societal leaders, whether you want to recognize that fact or not.


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The issue here is that stage Orange does not have a sense of collective responsibility because they believe everything boils down to the individual.

Of course both types of responsibility are crucial and one cannot be offloaded onto the other.


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^I get it. My opinion is that it is not the teacher's responsibility. Because I am at stage orange.

Emerald's opinion is that the teacher is responsible. Because she is more green than me.

I get it.

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@Arcangelo

6 minutes ago, Arcangelo said:

^I get it. My opinion is that it is not the teacher's responsibility. Because I am at stage orange.

Emerald's opinion is that the teacher is responsible. Because she is more green than me.

I get it.

   Technically, you're not wrong, just partially true. We're assuming that we're talking about normal classroom in real life. However, if it's staged, then the fact that a teacher is 100% responsible is not true, because that's an actor/actress following the director's script. If the classroom is in a dream, even more so that facts get contextualized much more as wonky dream physics take over.

   Even in real life, if we're being honest, not all responsibility lies with teachers, just most responsibility, in a classroom or school property. Is the teacher really responsible for a victim being bullied? Or does responsibility change from role to role?

   Responsibility is impermanent, and subject to relativity.

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39 minutes ago, Arcangelo said:

^I get it. My opinion is that it is not the teacher's responsibility. Because I am at stage orange.

I teach in classrooms and can verify that the teacher plays a key role in setting tone and what's acceptable. As a simple example: the first day of class I can say "no phone usage allowed during class", yet a few students WILL test that rule the very first week. If I don't enforce the rule from the very start then most students will be on their cell phones by the second week of classes. That will be the culture. And I can't place all the responsibility on the students. Some of the responsibility falls on my shoulders to enforce the rules and have consequences for repeat offenders. 

On a bigger scale, Congress can say "No insurrections allowed", yet if that rule isn't enforced and have consequences it will occur again. 

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I think there’s a problem too about understanding what Freedom of expression means.


Don’t you realize that all of you together are the temple of God and that the Spirit of God lives in you?
1 Corinthians 3:16

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