Deplatforming Conservative Voices – ITEL PT – 9.6.18
Inside the Eye – Live! Prime Time! for Thursday, September 6, 2018 continued broadcasting from Jazan in the southwestern region of Saudi Arabia. Hour number 1 was largely focused on some of insights of current Saudi society. In hour 2, we discussed the latest anti-American social justice warrior Nike campaign where failed American football player Colin Kaepernick was put forward as the face of Nike’s 30 year “Just Do It” advertising campaign. In addition, a discussion on the assaults by America’s “left” on the Kavanaugh Supreme Court hearings, and the deplatforming of nationalist and “conservative voices” completed the show.
Saudi Society Insights – Women Take to the Roads
The Fetch’s trip to Jazan brought about a bit of history as The Fetch met with and was driven a bit around Jazan by the first woman to apply for a drivers license in Saudi Arabia. “Ms. Elham”, a holder of a doctorate from either the United States or the UK (not sure which), applied to her drivers license literally at 12:00:01 a.m. on the date that applications were to be accepted.
Although she was the first woman to “receive” her license, she was indeed the first woman to apply for a Saudi driver’s license. In order to speed the application process, she was able to use a driver’s license issued in the state of New York.
While driving in Jazan (the Fetch was relegated to the back seat), we discussed what is for many Saudi’s an exciting time for changes coming to Saudi society under the patronage of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Desegregation of the sexes, the removal of the niqab, the full facial covering worn by many women in Saudi Arabia, were a couple topics discussed wherein it was revealed that although there is interest in advancing these issues, social and family pressures remain pivotal in preventing in Saudi and as such, it is believed that Saudi Arabia will require still one further generation to pass before Saudi society will be ready to usher in such changes.
“Deplatforming” – Big Tech as an Extension of Jewish Power Politics
Let it be perfectly clear: the rising use of “deplatforming”, or the removal of alternative media voices from Internet driven technology platforms, is ultimately being done to prevent the already growing awareness that Jews are behind an assault on Western civilization and European culture. Having acquired a monopoly on legacy communications mediums as newspapers, radio, television, and cable, the rise of the Internet provided a leaking hole in the control of “the narrative”.
To counter this evolving threat to Jewish power, Jews engineered a monopoly control of how “words”, “narratives”, and “information” would flow through the Internet by controlling search engines (Google), social gathering points (Twitter and Facebook), means of monetary interaction (Paypal), voice communications (Skype), and in more extreme cases, the root of the Internet system, domain name servers where web addresses themselves are housed.
The reality here is that these “big tech” firms have acquired monopoly status and are fully engaged in a restriction of trade and stifling of the market place of ideas. Thus these companies pose direct threats to American national economic and political interests.
Worse, as is becoming increasing obvious to even the least of interested parties, organizations as Facebook, Google, Apple, Twitter, and Paypal are themselves driven by political interests and thus are participants in the political process in a way that harms American interests.
As such, it is becoming increasingly obvious that these “big tech” firms are going to have to be dealt with from a regulatory perspective with an eye to destroy and break up these companies such that their influence to operate in an antitrust and racketeering environment is destroyed.
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