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Old 08-07-2018, 11:41 AM  
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Crackdown: Twitter Suspend Libertarian Accounts Including Ron Paul Institute Director

The Crackdown Continues: Twitter Suspends Libertarian Accounts, Including Ron Paul Institute Director

One day after what appeared to be a coordinated attack by media giants Facebook, Apple, Spotify and Google on Alex Jones, whose various social media accounts were banned or suspended in a matter of hours, the crackdown against alternative media figures continued as several Libertarian figures, including the Ron Paul Institute director, found their Twitter accounts suspended.




On Monday, Twitter suspended the editorial director of antiwar.com Scott Horton, former State Department employee Peter Van Buren, and Dan McAdams, the executive director of the Ron Paul Institute.




Horton was reportedly disciplined for the use of "improper language" against journalist Jonathan M. Katz, he said in a brief statement, while McAdams was suspended for retweeting him, he said. Past tweets in both accounts were available to the public at the time of the writing, unlike the account of Van Buren, which was fully suspended.

According to TargetLiberty, Horton and McAdams fell victim of Twitter’s suspension algorithm after objecting to Katz’s quarrel with Van Buren over an earlier interview.








The suspensions come days after Twitter suspended black conservative Candace Owen from Twitter for highlighting the algorithmic hypocrisy of Twitter by replacing the word “white” with “Jewish” in a series of tweets modeled on those by New York Times editor Sarah Jeong.

just after controversial conservative Alex Jones, and his podcast InfoWars, were kicked out from most social media platforms, prompting conservative to accuse the social networks of collusion in a collective crackdown on non-mainstream voices. The Silicon Valley giants were criticized by the US political establishment for failing to prevent alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Meanwhile, critics now say the pressured media giants are engaging in political censorship, using their market dominance and lack of legislated neutrality requirements to target descent voices ahead of the midterm elections.

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In a scathing op-ed on Tuesday, Nigel Farage wrote that "while many on the libertarian right and within the conservative movement have their issues with Alex Jones and InfoWars, this week’s announcement by YouTube, Facebook, Apple, and Spotify represents a concerted effort of proscription and censorship that could just as soon see any of us confined to the dustbin of social media history."
These platforms that claim to be “open” and in favor of “free speech” are now routinely targeting -- whether by human intervention or not -- the views and expressions of conservatives and anti-globalists.

This is why they no longer even fit the bill of “platforms.” They are publishers in the same way we regard news outlets as publishers. They may use more machine learning and automation, but their systems clearly take editorial positions. We need to hold them to account in the same way we do any other publisher.
Farage then accused social media giants of being corporatist:
That they cannot profess to be neutral, open platforms while being illiberal, dictatorial, and hiding behind the visage of a private corporation (which are more often than not in bed with governments around the world at the very highest levels).

This isn’t capitalism. It’s corporatism.
He concludes that the real interference in "US democracy" comes not from Russia, but from some of its most powerful corporations which now yield more power in some cases than the government itself: "This isn’t “liberal democracy” as they keep pretending. It’s autocracy."

"...for those that don’t take issue with the latest censorship of right-wingers by big social media -- unless we take a stand now, who knows where it could end."


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Old 08-09-2018, 05:56 AM   #76
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One of the good things about prefacing your original statement with "IIRC" should be that it's easier to just admit it when you turn out to be wrong.
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Old 08-09-2018, 05:57 AM   #77
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As Pat has graciously pointed, using IIRC doesn’t preclude you from being wrong.
And using IIRC doesn't mean it was entirely false while it is open to being verified.

You still have a poor performance record. I'll say that now instead. You okay with that then?
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Old 08-09-2018, 05:59 AM   #78
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One of the good things about prefacing your original statement with "IIRC" should be that it's easier to just admit it when you turn out to be wrong.
His correction was admittedly accepted. May I ask what part of that you didn't understand? It still wasn't 100% wrong though. He created a public thread talking about his dismal record in the area. I had the amount wrong, not that he had a problem there.

Now you guys are being wrong and can't admit it.
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Old 08-09-2018, 06:01 AM   #79
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Who claimed it was?



Yeah, well what you've missed with your assumption, is he needles me all the time, just more in a passive aggressive manner and from some high moral ground.

Just because you didn't see it here ( IIRC as I have to go re-read earlier) doesn't mean he hasn't. That's why he gets it from me.

So don't assume. Another good reason to not be a pesky interventionist.
I don't have to assume, I've read it all. I read the original thread at the time. I've read this thread. I've read tons of exchanges between the two of you.

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Now you're being absolute, when it was only partially false which was the amount of failure; was admittedly from recall which he verified and said conditionally. The gist of it was still correct. I don't have a photographic memory, but FACT is he still had a high failure rate . Furthermore he choose to post a thread about publicly.

It's kinda like your claim that the Reagan quote was a "fabrication" as in completely false, when most of it was correct and simply had ellipses removed on parts not really relevant.
The Reagan quote wasn't something Reagan said. It was either a fabrication or a convenient mistake. I blame Lew Rockwell more than Ron Paul, but I can't give Ron Paul a pass since (a) it's in his name and (b) you notified his campaign and they didn't bother to correct it on the LewRockwell site.

That's another good example of where you would have been better off just admitting the mistake and moving on. Instead, we're still talking about it 8 1/2 years later.
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Old 08-09-2018, 06:08 AM   #80
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I don't have to assume, I've read it all. I read the original thread at the time. I've read this thread. I've read tons of exchanges between the two of you.
You did assume because you accused me of attacking him, without considering it was blowback for what he usually does.

You may not like it, but that's what I do. You should leave such spats alone, but you're an interventionist at heart.

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The Reagan quote was what Reagan said. You're spinning with semantics and grammar —the latter which is technically correct such as the missing ellipses, but the words are what he said. The book bears it out.

Now you're not recalling accurately. You used the word "fabrication". Originally within another thread you merely said it was out of context, which is wasn't either. Not if you read all those pages. It conveyed Reagan's sentiments accurately. The ellipses related to him defending himself from being charged with not supporting Israel, though he did not feel we should intervene in the ME by using our troops. That sentiment is throughout the chapter which also covers him criticizing Israel for bombing Iraq's reactor. The NeoCons attacked him for it, he just didn't use the word NeoCon but that's who they had to be.

I actually did find the original from the Congressional Record from Ron Paul's office. But later my computer crashed and I hadn't backed up my materials. The ellipses are in the original by Paul. I also called LR and the person there said, it just may have been a mistake in transcription by someone. They sounded offended by such a petty complaint...and I don't blame them.
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You did assume because you accused me of attacking him, without considering it was blowback for what he usually does.

You may not like it, but that's what I do. You should leave such spats alone, but you're an interventionist at heart.



The Reagan quote was what Reagan said.

Now you're not recalling accurately. You used the word "fabrication". Originally within another thread you merely said it was out of context, which is wasn't either. Not if you read all those pages. It conveyed Reagan's sentiments accurately. The ellipses related to him defending himself from being charged with not supporting Israel, though he did not feel we should intervene in the ME by using our troops.

I actually did find the original from the Congressional Record from Ron Paul's office. But later my computer crashed and I hadn't backed up my materials. The ellipses are in the original by Paul. I also called LR and the person there said, it just may have been a mistake in transcription by someone. They sounded offended by such a petty complaint...and I don't blame them.
Anyone who might be confused by your smokescreen can see for themselves, I guess:

Ron Paul Deceived. BucEyedPea Believed. (The Fabricated Reagan Quote)
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Old 08-09-2018, 06:17 AM   #82
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Anyone who might be confused by your smokescreen can see for themselves, I guess:

Ron Paul Deceived. BucEyedPea Believed. (The Fabricated Reagan Quote)
That thread doesn't prove anything. It does prove you used the word "fabrication." Calling it an outright "fabrication" is the REAL fabrication. You just can't deal with the FACT that Reagan was against using our troops on ME lands, even for peacekeeping because of the nature of the ME conflicts. He also said later, putting our Marines in Beirut was the biggest regret of his presidency.

You're putting your typical NeoCon spin on it and reading what you want into it. It's a LIE—plain and simple.

Not one poster in that thread or you bothered to even read that book or that chapter. It's nothing but a big emoting pile-on because I spoke out against the Republicans for defending the Iraq war. Or leftists because I criticized their policies too. But there is a dearth of facts. That quote made you guys feel wrong. You were so triggered by it you stalked me to another board putting up another attack thread.
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That thread doesn't prove anything. It does prove you used the word "fabrication." Calling it an outright "fabrication" is the REAL fabrication. You just can't deal with the FACT that Reagan was against using our troops on ME lands, even for peacekeeping because of the nature of the ME conflicts. He also said later, putting our Marines in Beirut was the biggest regret of his presidency.

You're putting your typical NeoCon spin on it and reading what you want into it. It's a LIE—plain and simple.

Not one poster in that thread or you bothered to even read that book or that chapter. It's nothing but a big emoting pile-on because I spoke out against the Republicans for defending the Iraq war. And that quote made you guys feel wrong. Or leftists because I criticized their policies too. But there is a dearth of facts.
The quote was fabricated, whether intentionally or not.

I read Reagan's biography, which is how I know you've misread it.

Your definition of "neocon" is also fabricated as evidenced by your incorrect use of the label.

The thread speaks for itself.
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Old 08-09-2018, 06:26 AM   #84
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In your opinion.

It's not in Reagan's biography either. There are several of those. It's the one Reagan wrote on himself.

Now I am done with this. Because you're just going to rehash over and over to no end. I will be the bigger person and end off since you can't.
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In your opinion.

It's not in Reagan's biography either. There are several of those. It's the one Reagan wrote on himself.

Now I am done with this. Because you're just going to rehash over and over to no end. I will be the bigger person and end off since you can't.
Yeah, I’m the one who kept this going so much longer than necessary.
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Yep. I only raised it earlier because of how you made an "absolutist" claim currently in here which was incorrect—not to rehash the whole argument on the quote again. You started rehashing the whole thing again. I fact you even put the link to the original dispute back in. It's no different than your low-blow of stalking me to another board and cracking my identity about it over here. And you're the one who is intervening here for going after Hoopsdoc. Can't make this shit up. That's really being triggered over something someone says compared to me.
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Are we supposed to carry this conversation over into neg rep now?
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Yep. I only raised it earlier because of how you made an "absolutist" claim currently in here which was incorrect—not to rehash the whole argument on the quote again. You started rehashing the whole thing again. I fact you even put the link to the original dispute back in.
Wait a minute. I thought you were the bigger person.

Just kidding. I didn't.
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Did you see me rehash the actual quote again? Nope. I explained only why I brought it up and your behavior over it.
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Are we supposed to carry this conversation over into neg rep now?
Oh, I’m already there. Except she left a snarky comment along with positive rep.

I’m assuming that was a...................mistake.
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