Authored by Joseph Jankowski via PlanetFreeWill.com, Big tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube have performed “perhaps the greatest bait-and-switch in American history” as they now have committed to an about-face to the American value of free speech.
“The Good Censor” is an 85-page briefing that openly admits that Google and other tech platforms are undertaking a “shift towards censorship” in response to unwelcome political events around the world. Unsurprisingly – especially afterleaked video showed google employees in an emotional meltdown after the election victory of Donald J.
These two directions are also described as the “American tradition” which “prioritizes free speech for democracy, not civility” and the “European tradition,” which “favors dignity over liberty and civility over freedom.” The internal pages claim that all tech platforms are now moving toward the European tradition.
Elsewhere in the document, Google admits that Section 230 was designed to ensure they can remain neutral platforms for free expression.
Bokhari wrote on Wednesday: What ordinary Americans long suspected, The Good Censor has proven beyond doubt. According to Google's own analysis, tech companies have performed perhaps the greatest bait-and-switch in American history, promising their users free speech while they were taking over the market, only to go back on their word once they came to “control the majority of online conversations.” What better example to prove this bait-and-switch than the statement given by Sinead McSweeney, Twitter's vice president for public policy and communications in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa who told British politicians at the end of last year that it's “no longer possible to stand up for all speech.” Just 5 years prior, Twitter's first executive in the UK, Tony Wang, described the company as “the free-speech wing of the free-speech party.” The once acceptance and defense of free speech by these big tech players is dicussed in The Good Censor, as the document reads: “This free speech ideal was instilled in the DNA of the Silicon Valley startups that now control the majority of our online conversations.” And while Google hubrisly boasts that its free speech bait-and-switch has placed them and a few other giants as controllers of “the majority of online conversations” (aka the majority of all conversation happening on earth) the company has come out and finally admitted directly that it has a censored Chinese search engine project in the works. What better guarantor, “publisher, “editor” could the masses of internet users wish to oversee the majority of online conversation? Read The Good Censor, obtained by Breitbart, in full below.