It was Google that destroyed anonymous political dissent.

In the previous post is a video busting Facebook for its clearly Marxist ambitions as written in its manifesto. (please hear today’s Michael Savage where he discusses Zuckerberg in some detail)

However in today’s reading of Assange’s book, when Google met Wikileaks there was a disturbing revelation.

Yep. It was GOOGLE that actually came up with the totalitarian policy of all social media accounts MUST be under YOUR REAL NAME.

And this is why I was kicked off of Facebook. Because of the selective enforcement of contemporary leftist governments and supranational social media giants who have decided for the exact reasons that, at least in the US, the right to anonymous political commentary was considered essential.

From Washington’s Blog:

Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority. It thus exemplifies the purpose behind the bill of rights, and of the first amendment in particular: to protect unpopular individuals from retaliation– and their ideas from suppression– at the hand of an intolerant society.


Though often maligned (typically by those frustrated by an inability to engage in ad hominem attacks) anonymous speech has a long and storied history in the United States. Used by the likes of Mark Twain (aka Samuel Langhorne Clemens) [and the founding fathers in the Federalist Papers], we think ourselves in good company in using one or another nom de plume. Particularly in light of an emerging trend against vocalizing public dissent in the United States, we believe in the critical importance of anonymity and its role in dissident speech. like the Economist magazine, we also believe that keeping authorship anonymous moves the focus of discussion to the content of speech and away from the speaker- as it should be.

Selective enforcement meaning that Islamic supremacy will never be curtailed or condemned and is in fact, government subsidized and often fully funded as Trudeau spends tax dollars to build mosques across Canada.

But most certainly enforced against those who speak truthfully about Islam in a way that makes it look as it should look to all non-Muslims.



About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

5 Replies to “It was Google that destroyed anonymous political dissent.”

  1. The image of ‘ The Banality of ” Don’t Be Evil ” ‘ never loads interestingly, despite every other image in the known net universe does. gurgle at work? So much truth in this sight I had to reach for my sunglasses. Brilliant. I shall return. Lots of hawks where I live.

  2. When I first got on the net everyone advised me not to ever use my real name otherwise the Alpha Hotels of the left would be harassing me all the time. I have followed that advice ever since and think it is good advice for everyone. Make your postings under a pen name so that you remain anonymous, this is especially important in a time when the alt radical left is out to silence all who oppose it. The left is losing the arguments and is getting more violent and more dangerous, all who fight back need to be careful because it probably won’t be long before the left starts using assassination to silence some of its more vocal opponents.

  3. We must have entered the comment section of the internet at the same time because I too was told not to use your real name. What was that? 17 years ago?
    I am happy to say that my moniker is of a beloved dog of mine.

  4. All my Facebook and Google accounts are under pseudonyms. It is completely insane to publish anything controversial under your real name unless you are financially independent or retired these days. I’m sure that the powers-that-be can find out who I really am, but they would have to admit to doing it.

    On one of Milo Yiannopoulos’s podcasts, a guy who works with him talked about the number of skilled/gainfully employed people who ask if there is a way they can help the cause–just as long as their identities can be kept secret.

    By the way, thanks for this blog. I check it almost daily.

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