It seems the stakes in the political arena are getting larger, and Coughing Hillary is wondering why she isn’t 50 points ahead of The Donald. Facebook is firmly in Camp Hillary and thus willingly censors critical voices. Speak out against Hillary, mass immigration, or feminism, and you will face repercussions. No, this doesn’t just affect you if you are as popular as Lauren Southern. That Facebook readily bans pages with a large following is even more chilling, in fact, as it shows that they just don’t care anymore about how their censorship is being perceived.
If I posted on Facebook, I probably wouldn’t last long. An algorithm would pick up that I am anti-Hillary, giving me the boot as a response. Furthermore, if you don’t run a Facebook “page”, you may not be aware of the fact that you have to pay if you want to reach your audience. This wasn’t always like that. You used to be able to post freely. However, now that you are presumably locked in, Facebook seems to “strongly feel” that it should charge you.
Censorship also happens on Twitter, but that is not the main reason I don’t engage with that platform. I was quite appalled when Milo got banned on Twitter, seemingly because he was not respecting the “safe space” of libtards. You can promote violence against white guys all day long. Apparently Twitter “feels” that ISIS shouldn’t be pestered. Instead of clamping down on promoters of Islamic terrorism, you’ll get shafted if you notify Twitter about such activities of other users. I can’t say that I am keen on being active on such a platform. Besides, Twitter is just inane. When I started picking up women, I passed on the chance of fucking quite a few who sent me gibberish. I wasn’t too keen on communicating in “text speak” back then, and today we have a platform that pretends we can have genuine public discussions in that way. srsly smh
My reason for not producing content on YouTube are a bit different. I couldn’t easily fit video recordings into my daily life. If you find this odd, then I challenge you to record an anti-feminist video at university or in the office while you are on your lunch break. Let me know how it goes. Also, as a recipient, I dislike video. I can easily skim a text and get a rough overview about its content. With video this is not possible. Besides, YouTube also clamps down on women-hating rednecks, or anyone who just dares to question the status quo. Quite recently they started “de-monetizing” videos of such creators. Libtards were quick to state that this wasn’t censorship. Well, that may be the case. But by providing a negative incentive for creators of critical videos, the end effect will be quite similar.