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Orwellian Thought Police

Britain has gone over the top and turned into a nation run by Orwellian thought police. Now they are not merely seeking to police and control hate crimes. They are gathering reports on “non-crime hate incidents,” which can can include things like offensive or insulting comments, whether written online or delivered in person.

In other words, they pretty much want to dictate everything you can say or write. These are police who obviously have too much time on their hands, and are wanting near absolute, totalitarian control. More from Computing Forever.

Twitter Thought Police

Ashton Birdie and others take to the streets of San Francisco to protest Twitter’s policies of censoring conservative contributors. The social media platform, like Facebook and YouTube, condones all manner of Leftist baloney but censors anything with the slightest conservative orientation. You’re not cool, Jack Dorsey. You’re just a dweeb.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: YouTube has removed and censored this video. In its absence, we present Ashton Birdie, discussing the GOP, on the Hagmann Report.)


Meanwhile, Jack Dorsey is scheduled to testify before a House committee on Sep. 5. The House lawmakers want to question Dorsey about the removal of conservative content from Twitter. Rep. Kevin McCarthy shares insight on ‘Sunday Morning Futures,’ a Fox News show hosted by Maria Bartiromo.


YouTube Stasi Squad

The YouTube PURGE of conservative channels has drawn mainstream media attention, and YouTube is calling the purge “a mistake”. Here’s the TRUTH about what is really going on. YouTube has formed its own 10,000-strong secret thought police that includes the enemy of Christianity, free speech and the second amendment, the Southern Poverty Law Center. Even though the RichieFromBoston channel has been restored, dozens of other channels are still either terminated or under fire.

New York’s Nanny Freaks

New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg is a diehard nanny, but he’s certainly got plenty of company among New York’s seemingly bottomless pool of control freaks. Reason.TV’s Nanny of the Month for April comes from Eastchester, New York where a local official wasn’t satisfied with outlawing traditional fast-food joints like McDonald’s and Burger King. He decided to kick it up a notch and shield locals from “fast casual” restaurants like Panera Bread and Chipotle. And to think these newcomers, with their earth tones and organic offerings, thought they could stave off the taste police!

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