The Sanctimony of Tyranny

Twitter’s Gravedigger

We live in Orwellian times in which “the narrative” is everything, and all facts must be bent, twisted, or omitted to serve it.

This process has greatly accelerated in recent days, following the incident in Washington on January 6th, 2021, which is fast becoming the Reichstag Fire for the Big Tech leftists who are now making a major power grab over Western discourse and society.

Let’s have a closer look at what is being pushed. First of all an incident in which a mob burst into the Capitol Building and did comparatively little damage is being played up as an act of unbelievable horror on a par with 9-11 and Pearl Harbor, even though only 5 people died. Three of those people, by the way, died from heart attacks, one was a police officer who had a stroke hours after he had left the Capitol Building, and one was an unarmed woman who was needlessly gunned down by a jumpy Capitol Building Policeman whose identity is now a well-guarded secret.

If this is an outrage, the main outrage is against the protesters.

But here is Jack Dorsey’s Twitter justifying banning Trump from his 88 million followers:

“After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context around them we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence. In the context of horrific events this week, we made it clear on Wednesday that additional violations of the Twitter Rules would potentially result in this very course of action.”

Yes, the main “horrific event” was a Trump fan getting needlessly shot down and some guy running away with the Speaker’s lectern and smiling.

More specifically, Trump’s ban was in direct response to the following two tweets:

“The 75,000,000 great American Patriots who voted for me, AMERICA FIRST, and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, will have a GIANT VOICE long into the future. They will not be disrespected or treated unfairly in any way, shape or form!!!”


“To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th.”

Yes, practically a Fascist coup d’etat right there!
But also, let’s compare and contrast.
Back in May there was that unfortunate George Floyd business. Everybody’s got a view on that. But, as we later found out, Floyd was a career criminal who died from drugs. Of course, the optics of a policeman kneeling on his back were not good, which is exactly the reason the mainsteam media and social media should have tried to downplay the story. But we knew they wouldn’t, and we also knew where this would go, which it then did.
It didn’t stop them trying

There is a 100% probability that the Democratic Party saw promoting this as something that would be very useful to them in an election year, regardless of who was hurt by all the looting, violence, arson, and spiraling crime rates that would ensue.

Here is what happened on the night of 27-28 May:

The protests are happening in response to the death of George Floyd, who was killed Monday night after an incident that involved Minneapolis Police officers. All four officers involved in the arrest were fired on Tuesday.

Protesters were seen on Chopper 5 footage throwing bottles and rocks at law enforcement, while officers responded with rubber bullets, flash bombs and tear gas to push them back.

Some looters at the East Lake Street Target location were seen walking out with televisions, rugs and other items from the store. Other looters were seen at a tobacco store, a Dollar Tree and a liquor store. Additionally, Cub Foods and an AutoZone is being looted as well.

The AutoZone was set on fire as of 9:30 p.m. It could be seen burning on Chopper 5 video.

A source has confirmed to KSTP that the city requested support from the National Guard late Wednesday night to combat the ongoing violent protests.

A few nights later on the 31st of May, it was Washington’s turn. Now this really did look like a violent insurrection, as opposed to using an unarmed Trump supporter for short-range target practice:
An area of a few blocks around the White House was thick with smoke. A fire was started in the basement of the parish house of St John’s church, which since 1816 has been the “Church of the Presidents”. Every president from James Madison on has worshipped there. The DC fire service got there quickly and are reported to have put it out.
Around the corner, however, a few protesters smashed the plate glass window front of the AFL-CIO Union federation headquarters and someone started a fire in the lobby. A couple of bystanders tried to dissuade them, shouting that the “unions are on our side” but to no avail. Fifty yards away, on I Street, a car was burning and a group of six young men were running down the street and smashing the windows of every car they came across with metal baseball bats.

Yes cities were aflame, mobs running rampant. And it wasn’t just buildings and cars that were bearing the brunt. Steve Sailer at Taki’s has conclusively proved that thousands died as a direct result of BLM:

The results are now in on The Establishment’s vast gamble of declaring 2020 to be the year of the Racial Reckoning. Did sacralizing Black Lives Matter as our culture’s highest value even succeed at saving black lives?


My new data shows that elites’ frantic push since Memorial Day for Diversity-Inclusion-Equity (DIE) got thousands more Americans murdered in 2020 than in 2019.

America’s culturally influential have a lot of blood on their hands.

Yes, 2020 was the Ferguson Effect on turbo-drive, and it wasn’t just “unimportant, trivial” White people like Ashli Babbitt that were being thrown into pit, but those of our ever-so-precious Blacks. Sailer’s estimate of additional Black lives lost due to BLM activity runs into the thousands, making BLM 2020 equivalent to Pearl Harbor 1941 and Word Trade Center 2001, but almost entirely focused on Black Americans. Yet, we are supposed to hyperventilate and shut down freedom because one unarmed Trump supporter had the audacity to get herself gunned down by a Federal cop!

But what about Jack? Back in 2020, when cities were burning and the murder rate in Black neighborhoods skyrocketing, what was the Twitter CEO up to?

Answer: he was seeing how much “small change” he could give to promote the chaos and violence:

Colin Kaepernick used the word “fight” in the above tweet on the 28th of May, at the exact moment when it literally meant setting Minneapolis aflame and doing what you could to kill, maim, or injure cops. Then a few days later, after Kaepernick’s call to arms had played a major part in the riots spreading across the nation, Dorsey proudly announces that he is rewarding him by dropping $3 million into his lap. And this is the sanctimonious sh*t who is preaching to us and deplatforming a duly elected President for “incitement to violence” even though Trump (a) never told his supporters to storm the Capitol and (b) quickly denounced those who had committed crimes by doing so.

According to Dorsey and all the other deplatformers, Trump’s real “incitement to violence” is simply his unchanging belief that the 2020 US Election was carried out in an extremely dubious and underhanded way, which seems fair enough. That is exactly the thing they don’t want anyone to mention.

It couldn’t be that they are trying to hide something, could it? Possibly a collective crime that they are all implicated in, and which would lead to serious jail time?

Woke Big Tech has either committed the cardinal error of believing its own propaganda and engaging in an act of blind self-destruction by deplatforming Trump, or else it has made the fatal error of revealing that it has something extremely big to hide, like the stealing of an election. Already there have been interesting revelations from people like Michelle Malkin about the ways that Big Tech made its influence felt. That may be only the tip of the iceberg.

History will show that in 2021 tech giants like Twitter and Facebook were earnestly engaged in digging their own graves, while also laying the foundations for their free-speech competitors to overtake and supplant them.

Reposted with permission from Affirmative Right

23 replies
      • Pierre de Craon
        Pierre de Craon says:

        Yes, her name is Karen, and she has been adding value, real value, to the threads on this website for many years. Who are you to sneer or giggle at her or her name?

  1. Richard White
    Richard White says:

    I think the twitter dude is part gypsy and also antifa / far left. The ring in the nose hints that to some degree.

    Also the saudis are large investors in the company as well as that former Microsoft ceo who is half jewish or the like.

    • Sursumcorda
      Sursumcorda says:

      I think the nose ring merely displays his degeneracy and the return to savagery of so many leftist freaks.

      • Richard
        Richard says:

        Regarding the nose-ring I meant it to be popular among people on the far left so to speak not something to do with gypsies or East Indians.

        Certainly not a cool thing among the trendy crowd.

  2. James Donahue
    James Donahue says:

    I recently watched som n-word people debating in American politics and some afro/subsaharians on news shows in the USA. What strike me is their absolute distance from objectivity. Or the truth.

    They were very manipulative, anti white hateful and aggressive.

    This may be a cause for the aggressiveness in many jews that many of them mixed although to a small part with satans children the subsaharian african.

    There is this combination of stupidity and dumb attitude and high self esteem and moral high ground and exaggerating and only seeing one perspective that is quintessential n-word behavior.

    This sweaty brown poo skin bad smelling hateful anti white terrible being.

    It makes clearer than ever that this race the subsaharian one should not be allowed to be close to whites.

  3. Roland Maruska
    Roland Maruska says:

    This is a quote from contributor Richard White. I know nothing about its accuracy but presume it’s correct: “Also the saudis are large investors in the company..” Isn’t Donald President Trump a big supporter of Saudi Arabia? I assume it’s because SA is now an ally of Israel. See how he shoots himself in the foot. He should remember that his New Testament. No man can serve two masters.

    • Tim Folke
      Tim Folke says:

      I was hesitant to reply as I am a Christian (not Judeo-Christian), but I believe the answer to your questions is largely this: The cause of all these woes is the vigorous and enthusiastic support (monetary and political) given by misguided, brainwashed (albeit sincerely so) mainstream Judeo-Christians.

      A close second is the perpetuated allegation of the Six Million (I refer to the second Six Million by the Germans in the 20th century, not the first Six Million by the Czar in the late 19th century).

  4. Peter
    Peter says:

    The fact that Biden could only attract “tens of tens” of “adoring?” supporters at all his speeches while Trump attracted tens of thousands of adoring fans at all of his speeches says everything anyone needs to know. If the Lying Media repeated this undeniable fact even 1/10 as much their non-stop lying, the dumbed down public would realize Biden could only have won the election thru massive fraud, which has been backed up by hundreds of affidavits testifying to Democrats bullying, preventing oversight and corruption in handling ballots, having State Supreme Courts override state laws to allow additional votes be counted after election day and so much other cheating to allow the bumbling old man finally get what he has wanted his whole life, the presidency.

    The people still believe the liars on TV and in the papers over common sense and their own eyes. If some buffoon on TV discards the fact that one presidential candidate could only attract 20 or 30 people to his speeches while the other attracted 20,000 or 30,000 people to his speeches, it must be irrelevant. After all, he’s on TV. He’s important. “It’s complicated”. No, it’s not. Biden had very little support and that is why Soros, Faceberg, the Google Jews and others stole the election. Otherwise, Trump would have won in a landslide. Your eyes were not lying to you. And I didn’t even vote for Trump. I couldn’t bring myself to do it.

    • Carolyn Yeager
      Carolyn Yeager says:

      Peter — You fool. Letting yourself be influenced by all the trash talkers on the Internet and even here at TOO. You say you admire Kevin MacDonald so much. You better believe he voted for Trump. You told me how much you respect David Irving. If he were able to vote in this election, I would wager a lot that he would have voted for Trump.

      The death of white European people will be entirely their own fault.

      • Peter
        Peter says:

        I don’t know exactly what I said about either but I’m pretty sure I never used the words “so much”. But you insult me by suggesting that I would follow anyone else’s lead and am incapable of having my own opinion. That is very insulting. The primary reason I didn’t vote for Trump is because of his attitude towards Iran and having General Soleimani murdered. I thought it was disgusting. Carolyn, you really have to stop concerning yourself with such things.

        • Carolyn Yeager
          Carolyn Yeager says:

          Peter – As I wrote: “The death of white European people will be entirely their own fault.” I think that’s far more important than whether you are ‘insulted’ or not by my using the word ‘fool.’ Be insulted all you want.

          You’re quibbling over “so much.” Wow. Okay, but I wasn’t quoting you verbatim. I was not speaking about your “opinion” but your action of not voting for Trump. Your stated reason: because you care more about the Iranian Solemani than you do for the American nation (people). I hope you will use your genius and great moral elevation to write an essay on why the good of Iran, which President Biden is joining us together with again, is more important for Whites than to prevent the Marxist takeover of the USA, along with the invasion of many thousands more illegals coming across our southern border, not only Mexican and Central American indigenous Indians, but also Africans, Chinese, middle easterners, etc., under Iran foe President Trump??? I would love to hear your reasoning on that.

          I also can think for myself, so why are you advising me about what I should be concerning myself with? A question: Are you an American citizen? I am genuinely not sure, though I know you’re of German heritage. Yes, I know you can say whatever you want, but so can I. (Well, we might both find that right gone soon. The ‘Biden’ regime is deadly serious, if you hadn’t noticed yet.)

      • Pierre de Craon
        Pierre de Craon says:

        You fool.

        Yet another example of Carolyn Yeager’s profound thought, penetrating insight, and inspiring rhetoric.

        Eat your heart out, Socrates.

  5. Fenria
    Fenria says:

    I remember when Zemir Begic was beaten to death with hammers by a mob of blacks during the Ferguson Riot all for the heinous act of getting out of his car to try to stop a fight in the street. I was a regular commenter over at the WAPO at that time, and one of the only “conservative” voices. As the WAPO news staff fussed and preened over itself for making the biggest over reaction about the Michael Brown shooting possible, I regularly posted, “What about Zemir Begic, where is his story, why is the WAPO ignoring his death?” in the comments. I was first shadow banned for doing so, and then I was banned outright, the reason being given that I was “inciting” and using “hateful” language.

    It was at this point that I realized the media was outright and openly hostile towards whites, and that there was a clear agenda in doing so. It was not mere “coincidence”, or a wild “conspiracy theory.” The media consciously chose to ignore the murder of a white man at the hands of blacks whilst endlessly playing up the death of a black at the hands of a white cop. They made a biased choice. It wasn’t some kind of mistake or just sloppy reporting. This was a choice they had made. This is when I became formally finished with the mainstream media, and to this day, I will never believe a single thing they say about anything, no matter how insignificant.

  6. S. Clark
    S. Clark says:

    I was kind of proud of the crowd surging into the capitol. I know it got rowdy, and yes, ‘it played into the hands of our enemies,’ but they had it in for us anyway. I noted when Pelosi recovered the Speaker’s podium, she reported it had been ‘man-handled.’ Another of her unforgettable quips.
    For all those who denounce the crowd and its ‘violence’, I want you to recall the musical ‘Le Miz.’ When the crowd sings ‘Who Will Join in Our Crusade?’, who does it remind you of? The Trump crowd or the politicians cowering under their chairs and tables? A priceless view of our courageous, elected Solons.

    When Mitch McConnell denounced the crowd and turned on Trump, the Republican Party shot itself in the head. Whew. Now, can we please go beyond ‘the two-party system?’

    As for Ashli Babbit, no matter what, she was murdered and the officer looked like he was ambushing her. I’m in security and have been in the military, and you never just shoot someone. You give a ‘stop or I’ll shoot.’ I only saw another Ruby Ridge, and I’m sure more than a few in the establishment are aching for an excuse to loose off some more rounds.

    • Carolyn Yeager
      Carolyn Yeager says:

      “As for Ashli Babbit, no matter what, she was murdered and the officer looked like he was ambushing her.”

      Correct. But where is the protest from white conservatives? Why aren’t we organizing the kind of outrage that the *organized* Left and PoC did for George Floyd and his numerous successors?? Again, it is White Failure, writ large. We have a terrific cause and are letting it go to waste, for fear of “Racism.” Just like we let “Anti-Semitism” derail us for 50 to 75 years. Who wants to challenge that?

  7. pterodactyl
    pterodactyl says:

    Daniel Barge, article: “Woke Big Tech has either committed the cardinal error of believing its own propaganda and engaging in an act of blind self-destruction by deplatforming Trump, or else it has made the fatal error of revealing that it has something extremely big to hide, ”

    Daniel Barge is correct about the high risk of banning Trump’s tweets, as even the average person, who is certainly lacking in basic reasoning powers generally and is usually completely unable to see blatant bias – surely such a person (the majority) is now able to finally realise that the Woke Big Tech have a political bias and a political agenda.

    Clearly, Twitter banning the president himself and thus exposing their own bias and double standards for all the world to see just one week before hand-over was a very high stakes move. They would have certainly known that they would lose millions of users and hugely damage their own reputation, and that the share price of Twitter would fall. They also know it is the best PR Trump could have in terms of setting up or joining and promoting a rival social media network, as clearly their own is a controlled platform and not a free-speech one.

    Therefore this does indicate that there is indeed ‘something big to hide’.

    Furthermore, we can already see signs of bargaining going on, as otherwise why did Trump not issue more pardons, or declassify more files? I suspect the executive would simply have not carried out instructions to declassify. Right now Trump is probably bargaining for his life so as not to die in the manner of Epstein, and is negotiating over how to stay out of jail under the new far-left regime, one in which the Jews and left run the largely corrupt legal system.

    Perhaps the way Trump in the final days suggested possible war in Iran indicates the lines that the bargaining went – perhaps the Jews were saying a war with Iran was the price he must pay to keep the Jews from withdrawing support and unleashing their fellow Jews in the legal system on him. At least this means Trump will be more aware of the Jewish problem after his experiences with them over four years.

    One thing we have learned from the last four years is that when it comes to TV and Big Tech bias, there really is no limit to what the MSM and Big Tech can get away with in terms of unrestrained and unhidden bias. This is a very sad reflection on the ‘thinking ability’ of the average person. It shows that reason and sensible thinking have little place in political matters, and most people have very little ability to make sensible judgments or to see things as they are.

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