Jews at work: Big US IT Firms ban White Supremacists/Racists – To Hell with Free Speech for Whites!


[Here is more Jewish BS. What you have here are young whites who went to Charlottesville and you can see the Jews are using every trick in the book.

What is utterly shocking and astounding is the extent to which Jewish BS can be used to take enormous businesses and make them literally disembowel themselves – all in order to help the Jews. The level of madness at work whereby whites sacrifice their own businesses and futures in order to please the Jew scum leaves me astounded. Our entire white civilisation is filled with this insanity of the highest order.

But, banning these young whites will in the long run backfire. Some may go down quietly and meekly, but I reckon that for many this will be the event that will just fire them up and they’ll be back!!

What we need is a GLOBAL WHITE RACIST IT INDUSTRY and it must smash these other companies into the ground AND, most importantly, it must be the thing that allows WHITES to communicate with each other WITHOUT JEWISH INTERFERENCE. We need JEW FREE THINKING. WE MUST DO THIS OR PERISH. ITS THAT IMPORTANT.

Read below the shocking, shocking things done to The Daily Stormer and other whites at Charlottesville. And rest assured the dog shit useless American establishment, “Puritans” who are in with the Jews are laughing at this. Yet this is the destruction of America before their eyes. Look also at how the Jews are able to twist things enough that this is not illegal – this doesn’t impact the First Amendment – apparently – and yet it does. They’ve found a way to get JEWISH CENSORSHIP even in a place where it should not exist.

Notice too the “word play” (Jews love word play) – where AirBnb now redefines itself as a communications company in order to fight a legal fight. Why did Twitter, Godaddy, Google, etc go after The Daily Stormer? Was it an accident? No my friends. This is (((JEWS))) at work. Look how (((Jews))) are successfully getting US companies to go against, I repeat AGAINST American values successfully!!! That’s creepy. But Jews pull this nonsense off all the time in every country where whites live.

The problem is that whites LISTEN TOO MUCH TO JEWS. That’s the HUGE PROBLEM. Read the shocking story below from the (((WALL STREET JOURNAL)))! Jan]

Tech Firms Break From Hands-Off Approach With Bans on White Supremacists

Citing policy violations, companies pull services from some users, setting off questions over free speech and legal rights

Technology companies’ recent moves to crack down on white supremacists thrust them into unusual territory for corporations that often take a more hands-off approach toward who uses their services and how.

In the wake of weekend violence at a white supremacists’ rally in Charlottesville, Va., Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL 0.66% Google and GoDaddy Inc. GDDY 1.37% stopped providing hosting support for the Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi site that the companies said violated their terms of service. Airbnb Inc. banned participants in the rally from staying in rentals booked through its site.

Uber Technologies Inc. blacklisted white supremacist James Allsup after Mr. Allsup and another passenger allegedly made racist remarks to their driver in Washington, D.C., on Friday night. In a video Mr. Allsup posted on Twitter, Mr. Allsup is heard asking the driver, “how are we racist?” Crowdfunding site GoFundMe removed campaigns to raise money to bail out the driver charged with speeding into a crowd of counter protesters on Saturday, which killed 32-year-old Heather Heyer.

Facebook Inc. said it removed on Tuesday the profile of Chris Cantwell, a white supremacist who was featured in a Vice documentary on the Charlottesville protests. The company also said it took down at least eight accounts and pages related to white supremacist groups, such as “White Nationalists United.”

Violent Clashes at Virginia White-Nationalist Rally Leave at Least One Dead

Scenes of the deadly violence that broke out between white nationalists and demonstrators protesting their rally in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday, including a car that plowed into a group of protesters.

On Wednesday, Twitter Inc. suspended the Daily Stormer’s account. A Twitter spokesman said that while he cannot comment about individual accounts, “The Twitter Rules prohibit violent threats, harassment, hateful conduct, and multiple account abuse, and we will take action on accounts violating those policies.”

Behind the swift action from the firms lie considerations about freedom of speech and the legal application of company policy, which seems to vary depending on who the end user is. Companies that are considered communications platforms have the greatest leeway to enforce policies that bar certain users, legal experts say.

Tech companies “certainly have the right to make their own judgments about what’s in the terms of service and whether it’s being violated,” said Mike Yang, former general counsel at Pinterest Inc. and a former deputy general counsel at Google.

Recently, the debate about what kind of speech tech firms allow on their platforms has focused on companies such as Facebook, which has hosted fake news as well as violent live videos, and Twitter, which has ramped up efforts to remove some accounts from its site.

Following the violence in Virginia, domain registrars—which act as intermediaries by making sure that a website’s domain name is linked to the correct IP address—have also become arbiters of free speech. If a registrar pulls service from a site, the site will appear offline to the public until it finds another registration provider.

Google, GoDaddy Crack Down on Neo-Nazi Site Daily Stormer
“The number of net intermediaries acting as gatekeepers has increased” since GoDaddy booted Daily Stormer, said Daphne Keller, who studies platforms’ legal responsibilities at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. “Suddenly the domain registrars are sitting in judgment on content and speech,” joining the usual players around free speech such as Google, Facebook and Twitter.

Domain registrar GoDaddy said that while it doesn’t usually take actions on complaints that would “constitute censorship of content,” it decided that an article Daily Stormer posted ridiculing Ms. Heyer crossed the line “to promoting, encouraging, or otherwise engaging in violence against any person.” On Sunday, it gave Daily Stormer 24 hours to find a new registrar.

Daily Stormer then registered on Google. Hours later, Google canceled Daily Stormer’s website-hosting registration, saying the site violated Google’s policies against inciting violence. Daily Stormer, whose site was inaccessible Tuesday, didn’t respond to a request to comment.

Daily Stormer has reappeared on the web under what appears to be a new domain name, indicating it had found a new domain registrar.

Many of the actions that companies have taken against supremacists would probably be unconstitutional under the First Amendment if imposed by an elected official or public agency, experts say. The First Amendment’s protections of speech and expression are restrictions on government power.

“In general, the First Amendment is no barrier to discrimination on the basis of ideology or speech by a private person or entity,” said Dale Carpenter, a constitutional law professor at SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas.

Airbnb rejected the reservations of some visitors to Charlottesville after it said it learned earlier this month that they were planning to stay in and organize “a series of after parties at several Airbnb listings while in town to attend this terrible event,” the company said in a statement. The company pointed to its community commitment as the reason for rejecting their reservations.

Companies such as Uber and Airbnb could face more challenges to applying their policies because the business segments they operate in open them up to a host of local laws, experts say.

Companies such as Uber and Airbnb could face more challenges to applying their policies because the business segments they operate in open them up to a host of local laws, experts say.

“We require those who are members of the Airbnb community to accept people regardless of their race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age,” the company said. “When we see people pursuing behavior on the platform that would be antithetical to the Airbnb Community Commitment, we take appropriate action.”

However, companies such as Airbnb and Uber could face more challenges to applying their policies because the business segments they operate in open them up to a host of local laws, experts say. Businesses that offer their services to the public must comply with state and local laws banning various kinds of discrimination. Those laws typically protect against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity and gender. Unless a company is targeting supremacists because of their gender or race, those laws probably wouldn’t apply, according to UCLA constitutional scholar Eugene Volokh.

That isn’t true everywhere. A few places like Seattle have laws that also ban discrimination on the basis of political ideology. Seattle’s public accommodations law says a business can’t turn away a patron because of conduct “reasonably related to political ideology” unless the customer’s conduct would “cause substantial and material disruption” of the owner’s property rights.

In California, where antidiscrimination laws are particularly strong, its courts ruled that a German restaurant in Torrance couldn’t evict patrons just for wearing swastika pins. An unsubstantiated fear of “troublemakers” didn’t justify a topless bar owner in San Diego in denying admission to men displaying motorcycle club insignias, under a separate ruling.

Airbnb has argued in lawsuits against cities like San Francisco and Anaheim, Calif., that it is a communications platform, putting it in the same class as Facebook or Twitter, not a short-term rental business. The lawsuit against San Francisco was settled in May without a clear resolution on whether Airbnb is a communications platform. Anaheim appeared to recognize Airbnb as a communications company.

For Airbnb, excluding renters based on their racist views is a shift from last year, when the company changed how information is shared on its site after renters said hosts discriminated against them for race or other characteristics.


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