By: Red Pill | 03-19-2018 | News

The Internet Bill of Rights - Petitioning the White House

One of the most monumental threats to the American liberties that the citizens of this great country hold dear - comes in the form of censorship and trampling upon the First Amendment - by “big tech” - who seemingly target Conservative voices as well as supporters of the 45th President of the United States of America - during massive purge campaigns that could affect the outcome of elections.

We're asking President Trump, and the Republican-controlled Congress, to regulate social media platforms in the same sense as they would a utility company and introduce what's known as the “Internet Bill of Rights,” to protect Americans.

<strong><span style="color:red;">President Trump: Please listen to the people about censorship.</span></strong>

<a href=""><h3>Click here for the petition to the White House asking to introduce the Internet Bill of Rights.</h3></a>

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<b>The Internet Bill of Rights Petition:</b>

<I>Internet forums and social networks WHICH provide free access to the public are a digital place of assembly, and individuals using such methods for public communication should not be subjected to censorship due to political beliefs or differing ideas.</i>

<i>Conservative voices on many large public website platforms are being censored, based solely on a differing opinion. Some of these platforms further employ tracking mechanisms for monitoring an individual's digital history, which can be used to censor the individual's public communication through various censorship practices, sometimes without knowledge or awareness.</i>

<i>These actions directly violate personal liberty and stand in contrast with the bill of rights. We the people demand action to bring our digital future into the light.</i>

<b>Throughout this article we'll discuss the various threats to freedom of speech that has occurred on big tech platforms, through the social media websites that are used by billions of people across the globe.</b>

We'll also give <i>examples of mass censorship</i> which has occurred on each of the titanic big tech social media platforms, <i>discuss the risks they pose</i> to our sovereign nation, and <i>discuss a few emerging technology platforms<i>, both underground and mainstream, which have risen from the ashes of the big tech conglomerate wasteland as a result of silencing the public.

This type of censorship is dangerous inside of America, where our Constitutional Republic has already been subject to claims of “foreign meddling” in our Democratic election systems.

Whilst the majority of those claims are propaganda, it's rhetoric that's being used to label the supporters of President Trump as somehow being agents of a foreign country, simply for supporting traditional values and Conservative policies such as the First Amendment and the Second Amendment.

It's so horrendously difficult to believe in a certain set of values, or propagate a specific message, because you'll risk platforms of social media like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, and many others attempt to either shadowban, suspend, ban, or permanently disable your account(s) for speaking what you believe.

It's audacious and outright atrocious.

<strong><span style="color:red;">When you allow dissent to be silenced, you become a slave.</span></strong>

Even the opinions that we completely disagree with, such as that of progressive ideological stances or left-wing policies in my case, those opinions must be protected and individuals must have the right to speak them.

<b>The First Amendment has no exceptions</b>, even for crude profanities, or vulgar speech used by extremists.

While I disagree with those types of rhetoric, it's important that Americans are allowed to say those types of comments or make those types of posts.

You'll receive the argument that <i>“This social media site is a private company, therefore they can do as they please,”</i> but that's also a fallacy in terms of logic.

First and foremost, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit are publicly traded companies which must answer to their shareholders.

Silencing dissent and various opinions hurt their bottom line, which is why so many of those social media platforms are lucky to have ever reported a single quarterly profit.

Even worse, they're silencing political candidates and those who would use the platform to hype their campaigns.

<strong><span style="color:red;">When candidates for political office are being silenced it makes the social media platform instantly become a SuperPAC working for their opposition.</span></strong>

The censorship went into overdrive after President Trump was elected as President, exposing the political bias of many of these websites and platforms who are now engaging in mass censorship.

For the first year of the Trump Presidency, it began with a shutdown of video streams, social media accounts, and various other messages delivered by what was labeled as being the "far right," and business-as-usual continued as this occurred.

The GOP, the Republican Party sat by idling in neutral as the censorship spread.

<strong><span style="color:red;">GOP: It's your base being targeted, and you're not doing anything to help them.</span></strong>

Soon enough, everyday Libertarians, Conservatives, Classical Liberals, Christians, Catholics, reformist Muslims, Jewish voices, the New Right, and every other aspect of "Trump Supporting" brands were being censored all across the internet.

The five types of politics under the party of Trump: reactionary, moderate, radical, extreme and new were all silenced.

Channels on YouTube were either losing their ad-revenue or completely shut down, even the most innocent of news streams were being labeled and targeted.

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YouTube has been brutal in affecting those who would make a living through independent media, is the most powerful video platform on the internet.

Ironically, YouTube remains the easiest platform for websites to embed, as you see here, so the overreach of their bias is devastating to the GOP and right-wing media.

Facebook has been caught<a href=""> selling advertising to the Russian government,</a> which essentially makes Mark Zuckerberg a traitor to the American people.

Those advertisements from Russia, or that were in part funded by them, have created a ton of controversy around Facebook from both the right and the left, and as a result, Facebook has used that critique as an excuse to crack down on independent media outlets and Conservative news in general.

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Facebook has been horrifying in its response against Conservatives, solely because it has several billion users, and silencing their posting capabilities prevents them from reaching the world.

Pro-Trump groups, businesses, and pages on Facebook were accused of being infiltrated by Russians by the mainstream media as well, which of course exploited the advertising from Russia, and Facebook than either shut down those groups or saw many of their users banned.

It wouldn't just be Facebook to use these tactics though, with the known-liberal haven of Reddit following close behind.

Both moderate and reactionary subreddits on Reddit were subject to completely being deleted by the leftist administration of the website, or even having their user's comments edited by the CEO to misinterpret their message.

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Reddit became a nightmare of censorship both before and after the election of President Trump, where the site's administration would threaten the Conservative and right-wing moderation teams of numerous subreddits as soon as they would succeed with a growing presence on the platform.

The admins of Reddit have continued this censorship throughout Trump's term, and recently took it into overdrive permanently banning entire subreddits from the website.

Two of those subreddits, r/cbts_stream and r/uncensored news, both of which leaned heavily pro-Trump, were targeted for months with a strange method of attacking the comments section on new posts to the subreddit with armies of trolls, or“shills”.

The subreddit r/cbts_stream was comprised of your average Trump supporter, who never violated the website’s rules, and never have acted in a way to cause such major repercussions as to have their subreddit banned and the mod team kicked off the website.

When it comes to r/uncensored news, there's a completely different logic behind the termination of this subreddit.

Uncensored News prided itself upon allowing Conservative and right-wing independent media a place to flourish, since the liberal moderation of the rest of Reddit has almost every domain which supports President of the United States of America.

This was great for many news websites, such as Daily Caller, The Gateway Pundit, Breitbart News, The Goldwater, The Conservative Treehouse, and many others.

Internet companies which hire ‘paid trolls,” such as Media Matters for America and Shareblue, would create dozens if not hundreds of new Reddit accounts daily, and then go into those subreddits and post both racist or derogatory comments, to give the false impression that the moderation teams of those subs were allowing this to happen.

This is untrue, as I've personally spoken with several members of the moderation team at r/uncensored news, who described catching the Reddit admins deleting content from their website without telling them.

Such content, some which were about the ongoing genocide of farmers in South Africa, and others about exposing the “Deep State,” and even some about the crimes of pedophiles, was removed by the Reddit administration.

The mod team, furious this was happening behind their backs, then “stickied,” or “pinned” a message atop their subreddit with a screenshot of the deletions made by the Reddit admins without their permission.

Of course, Reddit admins would retaliate, like spoiled children, for them being exposed to the mod team.

Simply calling out the corrupt actions of the far-left ownership and administration of the social media titan Reddit, resulted in the permanent banning of the subreddit.

Preposterous, I know, but this type of censorship action is occurring all across the internet targeting Conservatives and Trump supporters.

Range-bans seemingly occurred on even on free speech sites like 4chan, which has been known for its reluctance to give in to oppressive measures against free speech.

However, Twitter is by far the worst of the social media platforms, with what's been seen as massive purges of Trump supporters who Democrats would label as "Russian Bots," in reality being Conservatives, their opposition, who had done nothing wrong.

I personally know several hundred individuals targeted because they support President Trump, who have either had their voices silenced through suspensions on Twitter, or been shadowbanned or worse suffered from the permanently disabling of their account by Twitter.

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In the exposure of Twitter's bias, powerful truths about their intent to censor Trump supporters were revealed in a Project Veritas undercover series that shed light on their intentional targeting of people who support the President of the United States of America.

Tactics first made known by the likes of Twitter to "shadowban" Conservatives are also sneakily bearing fruit in the war for freedom of speech.

These measures mean that the platform can minimize the reach of a Conservative, while simultaneously allowing their account to remain active, and do so without warning.

Algorithmic modifications made by various platforms also adjust the way people see replies, such as Twitter does when you click the President of the United States of America's tweets, and the replies change in order not showing the most popular reply at the top, instead of showing tweets from leftists who are critical of President Trump.

This is done to create a false perception of anger or frustration towards the President, and that can be perceived by voters still on the fence, or who moderate, as dwindling support for the President's policies despite him being overwhelmingly popular among the masses.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I&#39;ve noticed this also… Seems like <a href="">@DRUDGE_REPORT</a> <a href="">@DRUDGE</a> being censored by Twitter. PLEASE RETWEET if you&#39;ve seen this happen in your feed! <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Devin Nunes (@DevinNunes) <a href="">March 11, 2018</a></blockquote>

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It's beginning to gain notice in the mainstream, with the likes of<a href=""> Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) </a>calling out Twitter's blatant censorship, and their efforts to silence powerful Conservatives such as Matt Drudge, one of the most respected names in the media.

If Twitter can try and silence Matt Drudge, one of the world's most recognized names, then imagine what they'd do to the common man.

It's almost an Orwellian “1984” narrative of control, and there's no legitimate way to counter the continued silencing of influential Conservative voices.

Again, with algorithm changes on each and every platform, not seen to the government, or those who understand the technical aspect of the programming, these platforms are able to give the appearance that they're simply “enforcing rules,” which is false.

It's being used to censor the messages of Trump supporters specifically, make no mistake, which limits their posts being shown in search results, for example, or hides their message from the mainstream.

It's partially why all of the new platforms are seeing such a bolstering of their users, and why it's now a time for a rose to sprout from the concrete that's been cemented by big tech, granting opportunities to the future of tech to return to free speech and open debating of ideas.

<strong><span style="color:red;">The spawn of decentralized platforms is also a result of this censorship, and the desire to protect privacy.</span></strong>

Many of the big tech platforms want you to have your fingerprint, your state identification card or driver's license, or other very personal details.

It's terrifying for some, who simply won't give the information away.

There's also hope from upcoming platforms which are pushing for decentralization.

With last week's news that<a href=""> Google has banned advertising from cryptocurrency</a>, including any promotional campaigns for initial coin offerings (ICOs), BitCoin or cryptocurrency exchanges, digital wallets to store the assets, and websites which promote trading advice would each no longer be offered the ability to buy an advertisement through the behemoth known as Google.

This is huge because the monopoly of Google is very powerful in terms of reaching anyone on the internet.

This has infuriated the cryptocurrency crowd, who have since suggested that the future is through decentralized platforms which promote a user-governed system of control.

One of those, of whom I've personally become a fan of because of their ideas about the defeat of both big tech and central banking, is known as the<a href=""> Particl Project </a>.

They're working around the clock tirelessly, with volunteer programmers and developers, to create an entire ecosystem around their<a href=""> cryptocurrency coin PART</a>, and their eventual launch of the Particl “marketplace,” which intends to challenge the likes of big tech such as Amazon and eBay, who also pose a threat to the freedom of press in this nation.

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Projects like that of Particl gain enormous support from the fans of President Trump, in part because they're the ones being targeted for censorship.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I&#39;ll follow everyone who retweets/likes this tweet until Twitter maxes me out~<br><br>Support:<br>👉🏻<a href=""></a>👈 &amp; Invest in <a href=";src=ctag&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">$PART</a><br><br>They&#39;re going to take on <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#BigTech</a> and end censorship through <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Decentralization</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#InternetBillOfRights</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#WeThePeople</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#QAnon</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#GreatAwakening</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#MAGA</a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Red Pill (@IWillRedPillU) <a href="">March 18, 2018</a></blockquote>

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">100%<a href="">@ParticlProject</a> <a href="">@PARTiclCommuniT</a> <a href="">@Particl_News</a> <a href="">@ParticlDev</a> are working on the greatest Decentralized Platform &#39;controlled by the people, using voting rights&#39; in the history of tech.<br>I know the team behind it &amp; they&#39;re brilliant-<br><br>You have my word : they will change the world <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Red Pill (@IWillRedPillU) <a href="">March 18, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Plus, they're promising a better future for those who want to connect globally.

Similarly, there's also a decentralized, blockchain-based platform known as<a href=""> GAWOONI </a>which will be for gamers who want to partake in an uncensored video game realm.

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These decentralized platforms will offer DApps that can, in turn, allow for the creation of a competitor to some of the big tech social media sites, such as a decentralized version of Twitter, a decentralized version of YouTube, or even a forums-style place of posting that would become a decentralized version of Reddit.

There's a ton of companies out there right now working towards this goal. Most of them, albeit politically impartial, are anti-monopoly, anti-censorship, and want to support the First Amendment.

Its believed that such decentralization is the future of being connected globally, but it still doesn't solve the targeted censorship that's occurring in the mainstream big tech.

While future projects are great, there are live websites now which have free speech available. Although their user base doesn't match that of big tech social media, it has a gigantic following that's growing every day.

Much like the “new blood of the internet,” such as<a href=""> Gab</a>,<a href=""> 8chan</a>, and<a href=""> WrongThink</a>, as well as a few other free speech sites, have all become platforms used by those seeking to avoid censorship.

So far, they've not been able to reach the same audience in which the likes of big tech social media platforms have, instead of being hubs of certain ideas that don't reach the masses.

Using those platforms to share ideas, research, and coordinate a message have been extraordinarily successful, but they're still in their early days of evolution and cannot compare to the hundreds of millions if not the billions who can be reached on the big tech platforms.

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Gab for example sprouted up as Trump supporters were being silenced on Twitter, as a Twitter alternative.

Gab has hoped to become a titan in social media itself, with both ambitions to release a cryptocurrency (ICO- Initial Coin Offering) of their own, and the video platform known as GabTV.

Various video sharing platforms have also appeared, but the ones who attempted to draw in massive crowds from YouTube, such as the Vid.Me platform, inevitably failed due to the overwhelming costs of bandwidth required.

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WrongThink appeared as an alternative to both Facebook and Twitter as well and is in some sense similar to Gab.

It has a unique user base and a strong design team that has thus far perfected the feeling and appearance of the website.

It's still in the early stages and has ambitions to grow into the future.

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4chan and 8ch (millions of users migrated to 8ch after “GamerGate” in a mass-exodus away from 4chan, as well as other reasons surrounding censorship) have both been similarly influential on the internet for quite some time, with their own hard-core, dedicated following, that serves as a hub for the promotion of ideas.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Because of <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#FOSTA</a>, free speech online is in danger. US websites, especially those with user-generated content (including anonymous imageboards like 8chan), could be held liable for what users post if CDA Section 230 protections are gutted.<a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#StopFOSTA</a><a href=""></a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; 8chan ( (@infinitechan) <a href="">February 25, 2018</a></blockquote>

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">How about Congress addresses the core issue BEFORE passing censorious bills like <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#FOSTA</a>, which will affect every US website with user-generated content? Without victims, prostitution websites would have no &quot;services&quot; to offer.<a href=""></a><a href=""></a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; 8chan ( (@infinitechan) <a href="">March 2, 2018</a></blockquote>

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8chan has now, and will forever be an advocate for free speech as long as the website remains in existence, which clearly terrifies big tech and leftist-controlled mainstream media, who have attacked the website in the past with falsehoods.

It's amusing that they continue to attack whomever they're threatened by, which is one of the reasons 8chan only grows in support.

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8chan specifically has grown into a strong website in terms of support from the community, filled with millions of completely anonymous users, on both sides of the political spectrum (although much more on the side of President Trump) that come to the site to share videos, images, and generate debate.

Imageboards in and of themselves have a unique culture, a sort of refreshing experience to the day the least, where you can speak freely about whatever you like because they're relaxed on censorship so long as it doesn't violate any laws.

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8chan has long since prided itself upon this, and due to the “QAnon” phenomenon, its only continued to gain support for the promotion of free speech.

All platforms must adopt a similar model, especially the likes of Twitter, Reddit, Facebook, and YouTube because they're used by so many billions of people globally.

With being one of the most uncensored platforms on the internet to date, it can be a great example of how a user-oriented freedom of speech website succeeds.

Their totalitarian system of oppression violates America's First Amendment, the Constitutional freedom of speech, and in doing so they're interfering in elections.

The government has run into similar issues with freedom in the past when technology was on the rise.

The telephone, for example, is now <i>regulated like a utility company</i>, similar to gas, electricity, or water, in the United States of America.

This is what the people are asking the government to do when it comes to social media: introduce regulatory policies that liken such to a utility.

Social media is a utility, and in 2018, it's absolutely crucial to your life and ability to work and prosper.

All Americans have the right to pursue happiness, and that happiness comes in the form of the success you can achieve in life and your career through social media as a platform to speak through.

In America, we have the First Amendment, which has been historically broadcasted as “Freedom of Speech” for our citizens.

While that may not exist globally, we cherish it in the United States, and it is now at risk if being destroyed.

What "We The People" must demand of our governance, is a regulation system for social media similar to that of which has occurred on utilities such as the telephone.

The idea of the “Internet Bill of Rights," is one that will be crucial to having free and fair elections. We've seen many political candidates have their own accounts suspended or banned or affected as a result of the mass purges on various platforms.

This means that new and exciting Republican candidates have been shut down, silenced, or even had their chances of winning an election affected by big tech.

This is a tremendously dangerous venture to allow to continue. We've already lost most Universities in America due to Marxist infiltration and now they're camps of indoctrination for the radical-left agenda.

<b>We cannot, and will not, allow the continued censorship of our voices to continue as they have.</b

<h3>We have to ask our President, and the majority Republican Party to acknowledge these threats to our Constitutional Republic from big tech.</h3>

Individuals shouldn't have to go to smaller free speech venues in order to pursue their Constitutional rights.

All social media must be regulated like a utility company.

When candidates for office are becoming a target, enduring censorship, it's placing their campaigns at risk, when they rely heavily on social media for expanding their message to reach new voters.

Share this story, promote free speech, and encourage your friends and family to sign the above petition.

This is an information war and a war for the future of our nation's Constitution.

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Anonymous No. 20955 2018-03-19 : 19:33

This is brilliant writing. Please sign the petition and share with everyone, thanks Red

Tradinghorse No. 20963 2018-03-19 : 22:14

Brilliant article! Regulation of these companies can not come soon enough - they are tearing out our tongues. Recommend that everyone sign the petition. Minimum age is 13 years, make sure everyone you know signs:

Anonymous No. 20965 2018-03-19 : 22:48

Tried it several times.

Keep getting "404 file not found" on verification process.

Anonymous No. 20970 2018-03-20 : 01:05

First step: Prosecute the bastards stealing and selling personal data. Then see what's left to do.

Christy Lewis. No. 21022 2018-03-20 : 17:01

I was banned from Facebook for 3 days cause I spoke up about Islam. Apparently that’s a no no now. But it’s ok to post assassination plots against a US President, post nudes and vial videos of people being stoned , but Not Islam!

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