On Wednesday, GoFundMe put a hold on the Freedom Convoy 2022 fundraising page, stating that the page is currently under review to ensure it complies with the fundraising platform’s terms of services and applicable laws.
A truly informative, realistic and inspiring video – Must watch to the end!
‘This is a huge cleansing process’
‘More and more people are discovering that the system we just doesn’t work for us’ Continue reading “VIDEO – It’s All A SMOKESCREEN, and how to beat the system, create a REAL GREAT RESET”
January 6th, US Capitol Police took an unarmed Election Integrity Patriot out of view and then proceeded to beat him repeatedly.
**WARNING** – Explicit Video Content! – https://rumble.com/vqsbsf-usa-january-6th-us-capitol-police-beat-un-armed-man-repeatly.html
Kaitlin Bennett trolls Antifa while they’re protesting.
TRIP FROM HELL: Ryanair passenger spends night in bus shelter for not having Covid test… she didn’t need
A couple have been denied boarding their Rome-London Stansted flight, after Ryanair ground staff insisted she needed a negative Covid test to fly – which wasn’t true. Continue reading “TRIP FROM HELL: Thanks to Ryanair; passenger spends night in bus shelter for not having Covid test…”
Coarse Language and Violence Warning
Barrister Raymond Broomhall talks about taking government, the medical fraternity, and employers forced mandates legally to task about vaccine mandates.
If a person is intimidated, coerced or forced into having the vaccination, the signed valid medical consent is nullified and void, and therefore the doctor or the person that has administered the vaccine is criminally liable.
“All those involved has absolute liability – Complicity in a crime related to ‘torture’ that no person or company can be indemnified”
State laws in relation to ‘Crime of oppression and a crime of incitement’ is also relevant, as with compensation can be made through victims of crime and be claimed
Raymond also gives great advice to those that might be or have been discriminated.
A brilliant meme by William-of-Ockham
In Vietnam, citizens were enlisted to post pro-government messages on their personal Facebook pages. The Guatemalan government used hacked and stolen social media accounts to silence dissenting opinions. Ethiopia’s ruling party hired people to influence social media conversations in its favor.
Despite increased efforts by internet platforms like Facebook to combat internet disinformation, the use of the techniques by governments around the world is growing, according to a report released Thursday by researchers at Oxford University. Governments are spreading disinformation to discredit political opponents, bury opposing views and interfere in foreign affairs.
The researchers compiled information from news organizations, civil society groups and governments to create one of the most comprehensive inventories of disinformation practices by governments around the world. They found that the number of countries with political disinformation campaigns more than doubled to 70 in the last two years, with evidence of at least one political party or government entity in each of those countries engaging in social media manipulation.
In addition, Facebook remains the No. 1 social network for disinformation, the report said. Organized propaganda campaigns were found on the platform in 56 countries.
The US Federal Trade Commission has approved a roughly $US5 billion ($7.1 billion) settlement with Facebook over its investigation into the social media company’s handling of user data, a source familiar with the situation has told Reuters.
- Penalty criticised as “a Christmas present five months early” for Facebook
- The settlement would be the largest civil penalty ever paid to the agency
- Source tells Reuters a final announcement on the settlement could come as early as next week
The FTC has been investigating allegations Facebook inappropriately shared information belonging to 87 million users with the now-defunct British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.
The probe had focused on whether the data sharing violated a 2011 consent agreement between Facebook and the regulator.
Investors cheered news of the deal and pushed Facebook shares up 1.8 per cent, while several powerful Democratic politicians in Washington condemned the proposed penalty as inadequate.
The FTC is expected to include in the settlement other restrictions on how Facebook treats user privacy, according to the Wall Street Journal, which also said that the agency vote was along party lines, with three Republicans voting to approve it and two Democrats opposed.