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Making A List, Checking It Twice

From Reuters:

A counterterrorism organization formed by some of the biggest U.S. tech companies including Facebook (FB.O) and Microsoft (MSFT.O) is significantly expanding the types of extremist content shared between firms in a key database, aiming to crack down on material from white supremacists and far-right militias, the group told Reuters.
I really hope I show up in these databases. I need to start uploading various “hate symbols” on a regular basis. I also really like how corporate America is once again stepping in to be unaccountable and probably illegal agents of the Federal government by collecting, compiling and sharing Constitutionally protected free speech. Who the hell decided we needed Facebook to form a “counterterrorism organization”? Since Facebook and the Feds are already working hand in glove on “misinformation” on their platform, does anyone really think they won’t be sharing this database with Federal law enforcement?
At the end was the ominous part…

The group wants to continue to broaden its database to include hashes of audio files or certain symbols and grow its membership. It recently added home-rental giant Airbnb (ABNB.O) and email marketing company Mailchimp as members.
That certainly sounds like you can be barred from renting through Airbnb if you are sharing “hate speech” online, not to mention being banned from using Mailchimp for email marketing. I don’t care personally about either of those but what if your bank joins this group and then decides to close your accounts without warning because you shared a Honkler gif? Or your Visa card can be closed or you can be denied service at a restaurant chain or be unable to book a flight. The possibilities are endless. 
Your online activity is going to have real world consequences. That is why I keep saying you need to disentangle yourself as much as possible from these globalist outfits. For example, you need to bank at smaller banks where you can. The goal is to keeping squeezing you until you snap and do something stupid or you capitulate and conform. 
Bugging out right now is more than just location, it really is a whole-life process of getting loose from the globohomo world. It is always better to leave on your own terms but make no mistake, you are leaving one way or the other.


  1. jl

    This is some scary stuff, indeed. Very disturbing and disheartening. What, pay tell, is to be done when "our" government and "representatives" have gone all-in on a scorched earth campaign to dissect our Bill of Rights, burn the Constitution and piss on its ashes?
    Protests are pointless, voting is useless, letters to reps or editors fall on deaf ears…and every institution seems to fall right in line, making resistance to the Borg increasingly difficult… I'm not one to easily give up, but it seems every time you turn around you get F'd with just a little bit more… This simply cannot end well.

  2. Anonymous

    people will put up with a lot before they "go postal" as they say. I always thought when it starts, It
    will burn like a wildfire or grassfire. hot and fast and totally out of control.
    the term is blowback i think. all i figured is it will be messy and long lasting.

  3. Jim Wetzel

    I see it as a "say when" problem. Recent history offers examples of those who resisted and no one else did (the Weavers come to mind). If you "go" and everyone else isn't "going" at the same time, you get squished.

    Don't know what the solution is.

  4. Arthur Sido

    It is a pressure cooker right now, they keep raising the temperature and pressure and think they can do it indefinitely because we haven't done anything yet but sooner or later it is going to blow.

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