FreeZoxee creator and Matt Bracken discuss the new platform and freedom of speech

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3 Replies to “FreeZoxee creator and Matt Bracken discuss the new platform and freedom of speech”

  1. Best discussion I’ve heard yet.

    “Freedom of Speech” has become a banner for “first-level thinkers”. There’s “freedom from punishment” – unlike China, for example – as opposed to hosting a safe-space “clubhouse” for literal Nazis, communists, and tards.

    I’ve also been disgusted by Gab’s posture after the murders. They’re the noble ones? Likening their closure to book-burning in Nazi Germany? That’s the kind of inversion Antifa makes.

    A little reflection would seem to be in order. Like some of their users, they seem to have a childish understanding of history and the way people use social media in the real world.

  2. MEMRI:
    ‘Démocratie Participative’ – A Blatantly Antisemitic, Racist, Anti-LGBTQ French Website – Says It’s Owned By U.S. Citizen, Protected By First Amendment

    The French website Démocratie participative (“Participating in Democracy,” is openly and proudly antisemitic, racist, and anti-LGBTQ, and a platform for aggressive populist sentiment against anyone not white, Christian, or straight unless they share its views. Thus, on October 18, 2018, the website called Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan – who is neither white nor Christian, but is a known antisemite – “honorable,” in a article featuring a tweet by Farrakhan stating “I’m not an antisemite. I’m anti-Termite.”[1]

    Démocratie participative (DP) is not the only openly racist and antisemitic French website. Blanche Europe (“White Europe”) is another, and “Viva Europa” is pro-Aryan. However, DP has lately managed to attract a sizeable audience because of its highly provocative current events commentary. All the site’s contributors use pseudonyms; the most prolific and radical, who may also be the site’s founder, is “Captain Harlock.”

    DP circumvents France’s prohibition on racist and antisemitic speech by noting prominently on its homepage that it is “owned by U.S. citizen David Johnson Jr.” and that it is a “U.S. site in French protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America.”émocratie-participative-–-blatantly-antisemitic-racist-anti-lgbtq-french-website-–-says-its

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