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This Is the Purge We All Knew Was Coming: “Shutting Down Extremist Content”

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

There have been murmurs about it all along.

Someday, they simply wouldn’t allow certain things to remain on the Internet any longer. The potential to reach a global audience with important information, and the idea that it could be in the hands of anyone is just too big.

So it is no surprise that many corporate giants from Silicon Valley are now putting forward a unified front to silence free speech on social media.

Hashtags, keywords and flagged accounts, logged in various databases, will be shared and enforced across the web. Shutting down content identified as unacceptable will now be streamlined, and leave unpopular posters with fewer places to peddle their extremist, outside views.

According to Yahoo! News:

Web giants YouTube , Facebook , Twitter and Microsoft will step up efforts to remove extremist content from their websites by creating a common database.

The companies will share ‘hashes’ – unique digital fingerprints they automatically assign to videos or photos – of extremist content they have removed from their websites to enable their peers to identify the same content on their platforms.

“We hope this collaboration will lead to greater efficiency as we continue to enforce our policies to help curb the pressing global issue of terrorist content online,” the companies said in a statement on Tuesday.


The European Union set up an EU Internet Forum last year bringing together the internet companies, interior ministers and the EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator to find ways of removing extremist content.

Many current incidents are being used to push the idea that a new online policing – and a pulling of the weeds – is now necessary.

The “fake news” purging campaign has reached across the blogosphere and alternative media and punished websites that have dared to report on such taboo topics as Pizzagate, Wikileaks email dumps, any controversial aspects of the Syrian war and many other serious topics which these agenda-driven companies have opted to suppress.

While these platforms offer the opportunity to reach a wide audience, the centrality of ubiquitous platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter is, obviously, that they have the power to delete accounts and drive down audience response by tweaking the algorithm.

They can make you invisible.

That is the state of free speech in 2016. It can be eradicated at a moment’s notice, and perhaps for reasons you aren’t even aware of.

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2 comments to This Is the Purge We All Knew Was Coming: “Shutting Down Extremist Content”

  • john

    Don’t be a defeatist,remember for every problem,there is a solution.There are numerous whiz kids out there,entirely capable of solving these setbacks.In fact it is possible to beat these cunts,now,hack into their systems,take out the banks.I’m surprised nobody has done it yet.
    Even if they make a cashless society,there are ways around it,as they say,where there’s a will there’s a way.

  • Occult

    What does this portend about our collective dark future?

    It means that a MASSIVE FALSE FLAG ATTACK is coming.
    The lockdown of the internet has to happen first.
    You idiots don’t care about the TRUTH thus you won’t care about this lockdown.

    Then when the MASSIVE FALSE FLAG ATTACK comes, you idiots will believe everything you hear on the MSM which you have always been poisoned by but you are simply too stupid to realize it.

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