‘to regulate Big Tech while offering them on impractical solutions. At this time there’s a press from all sides of the political spectrum to sell people on hoax answers to the issue of social press censorship. “Conservatives” are available people. Charlie Kirk, the creator of Turning Point USA, said that sites like Facebook and Twitter should be prohibited from being able to receive agreements from the government. Tina Lowe, a 20-something e-thot from the Washington Examiner (trained by National Review), was rambling on Twitter about how exactly the government shouldn’t regulate these businesses.
She says we can’t do that because they’re private entities which regulating them would violate free-market concepts. David French, a National Review writer, stated that sociable press censorship would eventually be corrected by the free market. Being a matter of principle (private companies enjoy the blessings of liberty) and pragmatism (social media is unlikely to boost under the watchful eye of, say, President Kamala Harris), I oppose government efforts to modify social-media speech policies.
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But publicly exposing the inconsistency and hypocrisy lays the groundwork for a market correction. The most powerful check on interpersonal media remains the user bottom; the companies’ economic models depend not simply on user commitment but also consumer growth. These are all ridiculous quarrels. Kirk’s discussion makes no sense, as sites like Facebook and Twitter derive little if any revenue from Federal government contracts.
So banning them from getting such an agreement would not inspire them to improve their policies. And this gibberish about not regulating these companies because of free-market principles is insane. We don’t have a free market and this makes all of these free market-related arguments null and void. What we’ve been a cartel of tech companies that conspire collectively to crush competition through tortious interference.
All you have to do is look at some of the items that’s occurred to Gab and the many failed attempts to develop substitute payment processors. Now we have the Jew-run website Breitbart publishing an article by John Nolte stating that people should stop whining about the prevailing situation and build our own Facebook, Twitter, and PayPal.
And do you know why we can do it? As the Jews found ways to create Israel even though six million of these were allegedly gassed in fake shower rooms during World War II. Yes, conservatives can defeat the prejudice and blacklists and build our own Facebook and Twitter and Apple and PayPal; of course, we can. The first step, though, is to avoid playing the victim and admit that people can.
You want to know what the country of Israel is? The best workaround in the past background of mankind. After World War II, as well as for reasons nobody need explaining, the Jewish people believed that they had no accepted put in place a world that turned down and discriminated against them. Just what exactly did they do?