A Muslim apostate and high profile campaigner [Shazia Hobbs] against both female genital mutilation (FGM) and forced marriage has been suspended from micro-blogging platform Twitter, amidst a wider crackdown on right wing voices on the website, and other online platforms like Facebook.
…Twitter, like the other social media giants, should be broken up using anti-trust laws. It is an increasingly fascist platform that ruthlessly clamps down on voices that dare to dissent from the Leftist agenda.
If you have visited my blog before, you know I have posted on the evil that Google is doing via its monopoly, as well as many other sites they own (YouTube, for example) by editing the results of their search engine and suggestion engine to eliminate views they hold to be “evil” (aka not in agreement with theirs). This censorship is also present on Twitter, as this article demonstrates.
Leftism is evil. It always seeks to eradicate any alternative views. Like Islam, it seeks to suppress the expression of views that conflict with its own, and will use any means, including violence and murder to accomplish that goal.
Liberalism, like Islam, cannot tolerate even the mention of an alternate view: it is too threatening. This leads to the creation of “safe spaces” where such a horrific event as hearing someone say something you don’t like cannot happen.
Oh, what closed minds we are speaking of. And, the amazing thing is, these same people believe sincerely that they are the most tolerant of the human race – the most accepting, the most loving… is that not truly amazing? The complete intolerance, hate, and violence is justified because they are convinced they are pure and righteous, more holy than thou…
So Twitter joins the murky and dark world of censorship, working to eliminate perceived enemies, all the while leaving the real enemy unscathed. Reminds me of Europe and England: they persecute their own citizens who are fighting against enslavement from Islam, leaving Islam alone, even promoting it.
Leftism is a mental disease. I rest my case.