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This special edition of The Glazov Gang presents The Daniel Greenfield Moment with Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center who writes the blog The Point at Frontpagemag.com.
Daniel discussed Facebook’s War on Free Speech, unveiling how Mao’s Red Guard rule social media — and the dark totalitarian future it entails.
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And make sure to watch Daniel discuss Sex in the Islamic City, explaining why the key sexual appeal of the virgins in Muslim paradise is the marrow of their bones:
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2 thoughts on “Daniel Greenfield Moment: Facebook’s War on Free Speech”
Yes, I too am very concerned about these social media outlets that are acting like information international utilities that are increasingly being co-opted and synced with un-elected government functionaries and goals, like with the EU. But what happens when the bad guys (whether Islamo-Nazis or garden variety Leftists) get total control of governments and social media? Seems competition is pretty mute, especially as Facebook has become so big. Antitrust actions anyone?
“Let’s agree that neither side trusts “the other side.” Let’s agree that neither side thinks much of the goals and motives of their political opponents. Let’s agree that the bigger the government, the more money and power it takes from its citizens. So where does this leave us? It takes us back to a founding principle of this country: limited government. By reducing the size of government, we limit the amount of damage “the other side” can do when in charge. ” — Larry Elder, Los Angeles Talk Show Host
I have been censored on a Breitbart article (comment removed) this week (not necessarily BY Breitbart), for daring to suggest that mistreatment of women in some Islamic countries might be commonplace. I wrote about it at my blog: