REVERSE CENSORSHIP It's the new leftist buzzword for speech they don't like

Owen King
Owen King

REVERSE CENSORSHIP

It's the new leftist buzzword for speech they don't like. It is never clearly defined imagine that, but it seems to mean the process by by which approved information is drowned out by a surplus of unauthorized information. Read to learn more.

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Daniel Powell
Daniel Powell

theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/06/is-the-first-amendment-obsolete/563762/
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Talk is cheap, it’s said—but for most of human history that wasn’t really the case. When the framers of the U.S. Constitution drafted the First Amendment, it was costly and difficult to make public speech, especially through mechanisms like newspapers, and relatively easy for a government to crack down on the speakers.

That’s no longer the case. Today, the greatest danger is not that speech is scarce and endangered, but rather that enemies of open debate have found ways to combat free speech that the First Amendment was never intended to address—and so far is failing to address, according to Tim Wu, a law professor at Columbia.

“Today we live in an environment where speech is cheap, where it is abundant, where the fundamental challenge is no longer finding speakers but rather finding attention for speech,” Wu said Tuesday at the Aspen Ideas Festival, which is hosted by the Aspen Institute and The Atlantic.

Where once the greatest threat to the American press was censorship, the bigger challenge now is what could be called reverse censorship. Authoritarian governments, led by Russia and China, have devised methods of taking advantage of the internet to stifle speech without directly blocking it. The prevailing tactics of each of those countries have now found a home in the United States, and Wu believes the U.S. First Amendment tradition needs revamping to handle it.

As the internet spread, the regimes in Moscow and Beijing concluded that simply blocking the web would be unworkable, but they were unwilling to surrender their existing control over speech. China’s answer was flooding the zone: paying people to create content that supported the government and effectively drowned out any critics. It was soft censorship, less politically toxic and resource intensive than locking up any dissenter. Russia adopted a more bellicose stance, raising armies of trolls who would harass, defame, and humiliate Vladimir Putin’s critics, whether at home or abroad.

The tactics themselves were not always new. Russian attempts to defame opponents echoed World War I British “atrocity propaganda,” which attacked Germans with a mix of partially true and fabricated claims of deviance. Russia simply adapted that to the internet age.

It’s not hard to pick out how these tactics have spread to the United States. Trolling has been imported, both by Americans mirroring Russian tactics, and also by the very same Russian trolls—as alleged by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his indictment of the “troll farm” Internet Research Agency and some of its employees and officers. There’s plenty of flooding the zone, too, from President Trump’s attention-sucking Twitter feed to the burgeoning market in fake news. The “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory emerged from the atrocity-propaganda tradition, and required internet trolls to spread. It combined a real restaurant with fake claims to slur Hillary Clinton and her aides.

“Somehow, most of them seem ridiculous, but over time these things have had a unfortunate tendency to stick,” Wu said.

Anthony Scott
Anthony Scott

The idea that the First Amendment should, and even can, adapt to a new moment like this is jarring—it feels like an everlasting edict. But as Wu pointed out, what Americans think of as the First Amendment tradition dates only to the mid-20th century. Seven years after the ratification of the Bill of Rights, the government jailed a U.S. congressman under the Sedition Act because he had accused President John Adams of an “unbounded thirst for ridiculous pomp, foolish adulation, and selfish avarice.”

Almost exactly 100 years ago, Eugene Debs gave a speech in Canton, Ohio, criticizing American engagement in World War I and the draft. He was charged, convicted, and sentenced to 10 years in prison, with the punishment upheld unanimously by the Supreme Court. As late as the 1930s and ’40s, people were imprisoned for advocating communism. It was only after World War II that the current free-speech doctrines came into play.

That is both frightening and heartening. On the one hand, the shallow roots of today’s traditions show how easily the recent gains could be erased. Yet it also shows the First Amendment tradition can be flexible and adaptable to new moments. If Wu’s diagnoses are intriguing, however, his prescriptions are less satisfying.

“We have to start talking not just about the duty to prevent government from censoring speakers, but the duty of government to protect the main channels of expression,” he said. “There is a tradition in American constitutional law that says that the First Amendment creates not just rights but certain duties. Among those duties is the duty to protect speakers.”

Just as police must protect speakers threatened by a moblol, Wu thinks prosecutors need to do more to prevent threats and attacks on speakers, and especially journalists. That wouldn’t require new law—the criminal statutes are already on the books—just different prosecutorial choices under current law.

“Anybody who makes it their business to go around making death threats to journalists who don’t agree with them should be imprisoned,” Wu said. “That should become an enforcement priority. It’s not right now.”

It’s open for debate how effective that could be. The Internet Research Agency trolls may find their travel restricted by their indictment, but they are unlikely to ever see the inside of an American court room, much less a prison. Other nefarious actors foment threats without ever actually making them themselves, and could sidestep accountability that way.

If enforcement priorities go some way to answering the troll form of reverse censorship, Wu has fewer answers for how First Amendment jurisprudence can rise to the challenge of those who pursue the Chinese zone-flooding model. Wu, like other commentators, argues that tech giants like Facebook need to acknowledge that they are now media companies. With that burden, they need to work to stem the flow of fake news and to adopt journalistic ethics about spreading rumors and libel. That recommendation is good as far as it goes: There’s an increasing consensus that tech companies ought to act. Whether and how they will is a different question.

When I asked Wu what the government could do to stop zone flooding—independent of private companies doing the right thing—he acknowledged that many possible solutions quickly run into complications. “Almost all of the ideas are horrible,” he told me. Slippery slopes abound. Even without solid answers, though, the work of pushing to modernize the First Amendment to address an age of reverse censorship, rather than old-fashioned censorship, is an urgent one.

Aiden Stewart
Aiden Stewart

redefining speech to mean censorship
War is peace.

Christian Powell
Christian Powell

It was hard to get a platform in the 18th century
Number of newspapers counted in the 1790 Census: 106
Number of media companies on earth now: 5
Number of media personalities who are neither Jews themselves, nor do they work for Jews: 0

Guess we'd better censor alt-news! Can't let the Hebrew get drowned out in the din.

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Evan Martinez
Evan Martinez

Forgot source:
kuscholarworks.ku.edu/bitstream/handle/1808/21361/dill_1928_3425151.pdf?sequence=1

Joshua Cooper
Joshua Cooper

The tactics themselves were not always new. Russian attempts to defame opponents echoed World War I British “atrocity propaganda,” which attacked Germans with a mix of partially true and fabricated claims of deviance.
I can't believe (((The Atlantic))) would admit this

Josiah Moore
Josiah Moore

Time to coopt another phrase.
Lets take this and turn it into something really kek worthy.

Gavin Hill
Gavin Hill

another 'shut up, that's why' anti-speech argument

Nicholas Rogers
Nicholas Rogers

Digits demand it. Heil.

Reverse Censorship Memes

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Kayden Turner
Kayden Turner

War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength. Speech is censorship.

Leo Mitchell
Leo Mitchell

Diversity is strength.

Austin Sanders
Austin Sanders

every journalist needs to face justice

Elijah Bell
Elijah Bell

I can't stop laughing. This level of leftist mental gymnastics.

Wyatt Ortiz
Wyatt Ortiz

and yet we should have predicted this.

Aaron Peterson
Aaron Peterson

DOTR can't come soon enough.

Ian Russell
Ian Russell

matriarchy is the future

Brandon Rogers
Brandon Rogers

We did. Back in 20 fucking 12. All the (at the time) ridiculous things Zig Forums said mockingly in greentext story predictions would come true like mixed bathrooms where some sicko can shove their dicks into the faces of little girls and get raped with complete media silence to child trannies to increasing pedophilia acceptance turned out to all be true. The newspeak they use now is just par for the course.

Kek. Merkel is already done for and so are countless others.

Gavin Cooper
Gavin Cooper

The Fuhrer likes where you're going with this. We don't necessarily need to come up with something this minute or in this bread but we definitely need to co-opt this one if they really start pushing it. "Fake News" already backfired horribly on them.

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Dylan Lopez
Dylan Lopez

Those dubs would suggest so. Throw a simple rhyme back at the hooknoses, perverse censorship?

Nathaniel Perez
Nathaniel Perez

new meme
Not really. This is the exact same as the Zig Forums "oy vey bury it!" meme as well as other related memes.

David Bell
David Bell

(checked)
Reverse Censorship
Sounds more like a name for a campaign to eliminate censorship and support the First Amendment utterly. Ridiculously easy to co-opt for that purpose and it'll end up like the "fake news" meme did.

Eli Bell
Eli Bell

"reverse" racism can't exist
but "reverse censorship" is totally a thing
They won't admit that the biggest piece of atrocity propaganda was the holocaust (along with the rest of the fabricated crap at Nuremberg). They'll keep believing the modern atrocity propaganda too, like Saddam Hussein's giant shredder and Assad's gas attacks.

Ryan James
Ryan James

They're trying to turn it around so that they are the ones suffering from oppression and "censorship" just by us having certain wrongthink.

Gavin Bennett
Gavin Bennett

Fucking kek.

Lincoln Gonzalez
Lincoln Gonzalez

Most atrocity propaganda is just repackaging of the Spanish Black Legend anyway. The conquistadors were the first to be reported as smashing babies.

Brody Watson
Brody Watson

Reverse racism is the main difficulty confronting America. Reverse censorship already exists. It's kike censorship of the whites.

Connor Ward
Connor Ward

if you start calling it reverse censorship or racism seriously youve already lost the war on language.

Jason Diaz
Jason Diaz

Er. The left who has control of kike media is complaining about the white noise they themselves create.

Did someone forget to tell this goyim that the kikes are on his side and the ones doing it?

John Hill
John Hill

Can the 1st Ammendment adapt to an era of too much speech and too little attention?
WHAT SAY YOU ANONS?? WILL THE 1ST AMMENDMENT LEARN TO (((ADAPT)))?

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John Parker
John Parker

"reverse censorship does not exist"
"there is no such thing as reverse censorship"

just use their "reverse racism" memes against them

Jack Edwards
Jack Edwards

Nasim.

Hudson Peterson
Hudson Peterson

“We have to start talking not just about the duty to prevent government from censoring speakers, but the duty of government to protect the main channels of expression,”
They don't like people talking about things and forming opinions. Forming people's opinions is their job.

Adrian Scott
Adrian Scott

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Charles Lee
Charles Lee

kek

Elijah Moore
Elijah Moore

It works even better because there really is no such thing as reverse censorship. When it comes to reverse racism, there is no such thing because racism against whites is ordinary racism that needs no qualification.

Samuel Sanchez
Samuel Sanchez

Did I ever mention how stupid they are?

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John Adams
John Adams

that is some MGS2 shit

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Nathan Wood
Nathan Wood

racism against whites is ordinary racism

Anyone who refuses to push the reverse-racism meme is no better than an agent of the CIA, which genocides the whites as a matter of their top secret always-we-do policy.

Jose Peterson
Jose Peterson

I JUST SOLVED THE MEMETICS PROBLEM

What we do is meme: Reverse + [WHATEVER WE WANT TO PUT HERE]

Connor Smith
Connor Smith

Examples:
reverse feminism
(here meaning men's rights)
reverse gay pride
(who care what it means? They'll think the worst, and tell us what that is)
reverse inclusivity
reverse patriarchy
(ie good partriarchy)
reverse communism
(who cares what it means? It will flush out so many kike-kissing commies it will be amazing)

Samuel Davis
Samuel Davis

This kind of "critique" is why the left considers themselves to be intellectuals, but in reality they're low-intelligence, preachy fools. They have no deep comprehension for any subject, or any significant experience in anything they talk about. Their starting positions are always completely removed from reality, and from there they just get lost in their own delusions of thought. They're too stupid to create good solutions to anything, but too "intellectual" to understand why. I image if a pipe cracked in the wall, a fitting "intellectual" solution to a leftist would be to dig up the yard to find the main line feeding the house and replace it.

Juan Bell
Juan Bell

They don't understand anything metaphorical. They don't even understand basic trends. It's amazing.

It's also scary. They are in human form, yet they are degenerate scum.

Wyatt Bell
Wyatt Bell

life is death.

William Johnson
William Johnson

no such thing as reverse racism, it's all racism. You lose if you play the lefts language game.

Jacob Clark
Jacob Clark

I think you're on to something here, but it needs to be fleshed out a little more.

One of the deepest indictments of their own stupidity is their inability or unwillingness to define their own terms. At no point in this polemic against "reverse censorship" is it ever explicitly defined. It's the sort of Chomskyite prejudice that confuses the opaque for the brilliant.

Aiden Mitchell
Aiden Mitchell

No, that's not how memeing works. You don't fight them. They are in power, they own the dictionary makers 8^)

So what you do is you adapt, you shift, you change, you emerge from the dust looking one way, then you spring the other.

Nothing is certain, all forbidden is recommended.

And, in this case, we speak of reverse racism, because it is the kikes who define racism.

Oh autist, how sad it must make you that dictionaries are not sure, they are crumbling as the kikes wreckingball it.

Yet this is where we are, and so we must have wisdom, and act with wit.

We cannot charge that yonder hill, except in each and every case to fail, to rush up and say "this is ours, we shall define it" - they own the dictionary.

So we must weave traps from the trash they hurl at us.

And it's surprisingly easy.

Anthony Diaz
Anthony Diaz

Checked, and agreed. I'm on the right track anyway. Hopefully you'll think about it some more too.

Angel Watson
Angel Watson

reverse communism
n. see nazism

8^)

Julian Hernandez
Julian Hernandez

but

why

do

you

talk

like

this?

r

u

baiting

me?

Angel Adams
Angel Adams

Niggers are people

Jaxon Brooks
Jaxon Brooks

democracy and freedom are great when we import millions of shitskins to support our causes
OY VEY it's too easy to voice an opinion thus our defacto monopoly on speech which has been used to define public opinion has completely broken down

Ian Torres
Ian Torres

It's the new leftist buzzword

Then why are you giving energy to it by getting your panties in a bunch about it? If half of you people had understood how this works, most of the leftist talking points and raping of language of the last 50 years or so wouldn't even have happened. Only because a communist throws a piece of shit at you, doesn't mean you have to bath in it. How you deal with leftists is that you don't engage with them, or in war-time, you kill them.

You do not deal with them by jumping through every fucking hoop they throw at you. Laugh at them, POINT OUT THE TRUTH, how things REALLY ARE, and then move on. And everytime they bring it up again, just point out how they are insane and move on. If people understood that, insane things like feminism, or even before that, universal suffrage, would have never taken off. YOU have to set the talking points, YOU have to set the agenda, not continually find yourself in a mud wrestling contest over the next new thing they have invented in their clown world. If you engage with it, there will be a debate (about insane proposals) and these usually end up with some of the shit sticking. Then they rinse and repeat until they have gotten what they wanted. I've simplified it a little bit now, like, ignoring the jew power structure behind it, but what I pointed out here is still a major part of how they achieve their goals.

Note that I did not say "to say nothing". I said POINT OUT THE TRUTH. But that is really all you have to do. Anything more means playing their little games, and you cannot have a reasonable debate with insane people who are basically brainwashed by social engineers. See, for me things like the example I mentioned above, and I will refrain from using that word again even now, don't even exist. Whenever a filthy whore wants to get uppity with me, I simply point out how and where they are insane and move on. Depending on the context, you can of course do that in a more polite or in a more blunt manner, but that is the bottom line.

You do not engage the vomit they are puking out. YOU set the agenda.
Example: Instead of engaging in a debate over the pros and cons of the above, you instead simply say "Hey, how about you filthy whores get back to the kitchen instead of whoring yourself out in the workplace?" "But but but womyns right, it's current year blabla"
"No, I'm talking about your substandard performance here, here and here, your bitch wars, and you whoring yourself out here, here and here. Why are you not doing what you are doing best, and what you always wanted to do when you were young, which was finding a husband and raising children?"

Or: "Womyn are now in the military!" "Why do you want to kill people? You are quite the psychopath. Women are meant to give life, not take it."

Like you do not debate your dog or get into his game if he tries to test out if he's the boss or not. You put him in his place. There is no debate.

TL;DR / related:
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Carson Scott
Carson Scott

*corrected referal:

Hunter Perez
Hunter Perez

We could pretend that the Left isn't in charge, but denial doesn't solve anything.

Dominic Lewis
Dominic Lewis

And actually, you wouldn't really put it as a question, as I have mistakingly done there, but rather as a statement: "Get back into the kitchen because this, this and that."

Logan Fisher
Logan Fisher

They are not in charge in my world.

Nolan Long
Nolan Long

in my world
World is world.

Joseph Brown
Joseph Brown

"In charge" is poor wording at the very least. For me, it's more a thing of "There is the enemy. Go fight him". They are not in charge.

Michael Miller
Michael Miller

they are not in charge
except for the gooberment in every major White country, hollyjew and shillicon valley, of course
it's important to realize that you can't just do the propaganda equivalent of marching in and saying "lol we win now"
turn the (((enemy))) against itself first, so you can defeat it

Wyatt Phillips
Wyatt Phillips

"reverse censorship"
let's talk about
the holocaust

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Anthony Wright
Anthony Wright

Can (1st amendment) adapt?
= change it = shut it down

Rope for anyone who attempts to.

Connor Butler
Connor Butler

propaganda equivalent of marching in and saying "lol we win now"
pretty sure we can, isn't that the literal meaning behind an overton window?

Jordan Mitchell
Jordan Mitchell

But there's no such thing as reverse racism :^)

Liam Collins
Liam Collins

reverse diversity
reverse democracy
reverse debate
reverse politics
reverse transgendered
reverse immigration
"TRUMP IS IMPLEMENTING REVERSE IMMIGRATION!!!"
reverse violence
reverse gun control
reverse tolerance
reverse election
reverse integration
reverse white flight

Ayden Price
Ayden Price

They're taking their shitty musket argument against the second amendment and applying it to the first? Great.

Eli Harris
Eli Harris

The core of how the author formed the term was that it implicitly argues that too much of one thing causes the opposite.
You're not making anything diverse, you're just replacing everything with more uniform Africans. This isn't diversity, it's reverse diversity.
You have ethnic clubs that don't allow whites, whites-need-not-apply jobs, 'humanitarian' orgs that argue that people who kill whites should do so with impunity. This isn't inclusivity, it's reverse inclusivity.
All you're ever on about is how persecuted you are. None of this is gay pride. It's reverse gay pride.
You're so desperate to get women jobs, you need to rely on men just giving them to them through quotas and diversity hires. This isn't feminism, it's reverse feminism.
If men rule the household and the nation, they improve the lives of all people, including women. There is nothing evil about this. This isn't patriarchy, it's reverse patriarchy.

Nicholas White
Nicholas White

Reverse Juadism
Reverse Zionism
Reverse Females
Reverse voting
Reverse Cowgirl
Reverse Nukes
Reverse Forward
Reverse Assault
Reverse Rape
Reverse Genocide
Reverse Privilege
Reverse Interesectonality
Reverse Studies

"Hwat you didn't study Reverse Studies? Really? What did you take? Something out of date like anthropology or Women's studies? I'm sorry. I took reverse studies and already had a job right out of schoool. Health and dental. 72K to start. I might go back for a masters in Reverse Studies."

Evan Morris
Evan Morris

"Reverse studies are pretty simple to understand. Think about driving a stick shift car. Whats the first gear? I bet you think first, no its reverse, because it take you where you've already been. Reverse studies is all about looking where thing have already been. Simple as that. So when we study reverse studies we try to walk the idea backwards to see where it came from and what it means in that context. It isn't figuring about what it means now it is about figuring out what it meant when it was coming forward and in that context what does it mean now? Pretty simple once you think about it."

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Matthew Cox
Matthew Cox

"For instance reverse slavery isn't about anything but walking back slavery to where it started moving forward. Who traded slaves and for how much? Why? where did they get the money to buy slaves? Who made the people slaves? Who were the slaves? All these questions must be asked in reverse and then as we answer them we understand how slavery came forward. I mean if you don't understand that you're not better than the slave owners themselves."

Kevin Perez
Kevin Perez

nice!

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Jaxon Garcia
Jaxon Garcia

Yes.
And it's not just about the overtone window - it's also simply the fact that people will be drawn to it, because after they've been surrounded by only those insane talking points and narratives for so long, when you simply walz in with the truth like that, it will stand out like a beam of light that has a high chance to awaken them from their deadly slumber and the leftist screeching will crash against it like floats against a cliff face. Offense with the truth, not defensive battles in the clownworld the left has created for themselves.

Jason Long
Jason Long

Reverse Females
Reverse Rape
Reverse Privilege
Reverse Studies
Reverse education
Reverse college
Reverse shabbos-goy
Reverse welfare
Reverse food stamps
Reverse poverty
Reverse consent
Reverse pedophilia

It isn't figuring about what it means now it is about figuring out what it meant when it was coming forward and in that context what does it mean now?

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Juan Peterson
Juan Peterson

(((who can it be now)))

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James Sanchez
James Sanchez

Censorship reversed

Aaron Wood
Aaron Wood

But as Wu pointed out, what Americans think of as the First Amendment tradition dates only to the mid-20th century.

I can think of some other supposedly American things that only started in the mid 20th century, professor wu.

Benjamin Wilson
Benjamin Wilson

That's fucking hilarious, even the tone f the master miller comment is bang on.
Anyone have a link to the original?

Camden Anderson
Camden Anderson

Tim Wu
I'm not letting a fucking chink of all people lecture me on freedom of speech.

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Jose Scott
Jose Scott

Professors right, but for the wrong side. Yes the truth is drowned out by the the mass media. Yes, there is too little attention, and its too easy to drown out the crimes of the Clintons, Bushes, whoevers, by running a Stormy Daniels story. You are just on the wrong side of the debate. We need an extermination of the corrupt in media and government and then we can bring back propaganda bans and heavily fine dishonest outlets.

Charles Fisher
Charles Fisher

leftist sure are late to the party
MGS2 had alrready warned us about this and there was alrready a book that talked about this "anti-Orwell method of censorship where the big brother burried all important data with irrelevant bullshit
I'm don't remeber what the book was called, "A Happy World" maybe?

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Dominic Gutierrez
Dominic Gutierrez

THE RISE OF REVERSE RACISM

BEING OFFENDED TOWARDS RACISTS IS UNTOLERANT: THE LIFE-CHANGING STORY OF UNDERSTANDING

someone write an article like that and submit it to buzzfeed jej

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Jose Campbell
Jose Campbell

There is no such thing as waycism.

Carter Diaz
Carter Diaz

REVERSE CENSORSHIP
I don't understand.
Is it newspeak?
There's two types of censorship
preventive
an entity filtering expression to match whatever moral guidelines before public can see them
repressive
Entity working on behalf of the public to remove things after they're is found to be morally outrageous (like whatever shit kikes peddle)
Uncensorship?

Benjamin Cruz
Benjamin Cruz

Post something that would obviously get you booted from Twatter with the #reversecemsorship tag

James Fisher
James Fisher

Also, don't be a moron and copy paste it from my post because I made a typo.

Andrew Reed
Andrew Reed

Use it as a verb instead of a noun. To reverse censorship is to find some censorship and systematically remove it from existence.

Jonathan Bailey
Jonathan Bailey

That sounds dank.

racists, as we know, are those that are intolerant of other races
by hating racists, liberals have themselves become intolerant of others
essentially liberals are no different than racists, except that their intolerance is directed elsewhere
racism is an innate and immutable characteristic no different that skin color
sjw are intolerant of others for having qualities they cannot control

Aiden Collins
Aiden Collins

PIHSROSNEC

David Wright
David Wright

I think you're onto something. The core of the meme is the doublethink/cognitive dissonance of the left; freedom is slavery, war is peace, good is evil etc. We're subtly pointing that out; we shouldn't decide or direct what the meanings are. Just create a shitstorm of confusion around these phrases, until the word war (((they've))) been waging for decades by slowly changing meanings, is reduced to having achieved nothing but chaos and confusion, much like their failed attempt with "fake news"; so shall be the fate of newspeak.

James Wilson
James Wilson

“We have to start talking not just about the duty to prevent government from censoring speakers, but the duty of government to protect the main channels of expression,” he said.
the duty of government to protect the main channels of expression

Wu may not be jewish, but he talks like he is. Notice that he doesn't define what the "main channels of expression" are, though it's easy to imply from his bio he means the (((legacy media))). You would never see him or his ilk advocating the government protecting the chans or voat's channels of expression. No, I'm certain his desire is for government intervention to protect the legitimacy of NPR and CNN, and to prevent alt-media from having any say-so whatsoever.

But it won't work. Like it or not, we communicate far more laterally now than we ever have before. This genie is absolutely, hilariously out of the bottle, and the (((legacy media))) is starting to panic about it.

Moldbug predicted that democracy wouldn't survive the internet age. As the left loses more control of the narrative, they must continue to double-down on outright censorship of any narrative that could move the overton window to the right. The first amendment protects us against that, but it offers no such protection to (((legacy media))) from having their jewry be drowned out in truth.

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Wyatt Scott
Wyatt Scott

It's the new leftist buzzword for speech they don't like. It is never clearly defined imagine that, but it seems to mean the process by by which approved information is drowned out by a surplus of unauthorized information. Read to learn more.
So, basically, the same crap you guys always do? Oh right, new coat of paint on your same old shit.
Find something you don't like, try to shut it down. When that fails, call your buddies in and screech autisticly and pollute any and all channels of discussion with your, and only your point of view.
Then cry like babies about how "no one will give you a chance to speak".

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Jonathan King
Jonathan King

So TL;DR is as follows
MY FEELINGS OVER HEALTH OF THE NATION
Am I right?

Christopher Green
Christopher Green

Moldbug predicted that democracy wouldn't survive the internet age.
Quoted and capped, user. Lets see what the future takes us

Adam Jenkins
Adam Jenkins

When you spew lies non stop and you have the power to swindle opinions left and/or right, you have to be stopped we have any chance of living in a healthy society.
Dont you think that attention is always put elsewhere? Like how no one talks about (((da joos))) or black crime? How no one talks about inmigrants in germany and sweden? In USA?

This world and its living ones are rotten to the core, and we will need drastic measures at this point if we ever hope to see our children grow and have children of their own.

Btw ur a fegget. Pic related

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Daniel Reyes
Daniel Reyes

The Constitution is always changing, goy. Every (((law expert))) knows this. The First Amendment needs (((updating)) for the current times!

Bentley Edwards
Bentley Edwards

Internet made speech Free of any responsibility or recourse. Easy pz to spam. Arguments win debates? make 10 accounts and spam "retard" or get creative. I could use a sanity check extension that would match keywords on the page to a blacklist and tell me if the content is baloney. 'Global warming' would be top of said list. How to avoid being brainwashed? My answer was don't look at propoganda and marketing. Anyone can say anything for 'free', again without putting anything on the line. Media should be held accountable for what they said wrong. And liars should be economically penalised.

Better by design, not force. - bucky fuller

Then you have the problem that the shitheads with the loudest mic drown out anyone else.

But i am hopeful, even shitheads like me move from facebook to reddit and then to here. then we see in a different light.

Alexander Rodriguez
Alexander Rodriguez

Hold up, so this "reverse censorship" is just an unbelievably kiked way to refer to someone speaking normally? What the fuck are these kikes doing to my language?

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Jayden Harris
Jayden Harris

If my opinions are countered with facts then your arguments are censoring my opinions and THATS NOT OK
t. article writer

Matthew Martinez
Matthew Martinez

Just like…
REVERSE RACISM?!

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James Collins
James Collins

the age of reverse censorship
When will we reach the age of reverse memes?

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Tyler Sanders
Tyler Sanders

I like this one. It's clever and gets the job done.
ITS JUST CENSORSHIP REVERSED

Brody Russell
Brody Russell

Unauthorized Information
<OYYYY VEYYYY GOYIM STOP KNOWING THINGS
Stinky hooknosed kikes need the rope

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Joshua Miller
Joshua Miller

reverse communism
Like pic?

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Brandon Kelly
Brandon Kelly

I like this:

don't call it deportation, call it reverse immigration

Colton Bailey
Colton Bailey

immigration
migration into a country
emigration
migration out of a country

From the perspective of the Mexican gov, they are emigrants; from our perspective, they are immigrants.

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Ryan Torres
Ryan Torres

Reversed censorship is free speech.

Henry Rogers
Henry Rogers

No such thing as reverse racism tho remember

Charles Gray
Charles Gray

So the SJWLLDem flood Yelp etc. with five star reviews and that is okay, but give a bad one star review and they scream REVERSE CENSORSHIP
.
THIS

Alexander Wood
Alexander Wood

Selective analysis too. If you blame something on "systemic racism" sooner or later you get to the true root cause: whites are measurably smarter.

Typical (((golem))).

Camden Garcia
Camden Garcia

we communicate far more laterally now than we ever have before.

Ten years ago I'd go to /b/ to find some super-edgy shit that the MSM wouldn't print in a gorillion years (like the nudes of some bitch who an heroed due to muh bullies).

Now I come here for actual, unkiked news. Mostly because I only figured out the kikery around the time Gamergate started.

Adam Taylor
Adam Taylor

Internet made speech Free of any responsibility or recourse.

Oh, they tried. The prosecutor in this case is being fired tomorrow, I'm told, when Based Doug Ford is sworn in.

Camden James
Camden James

Ctrl+f Brave
<No hits in the thread.
Huxley was right. This was predicted decades ago.

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Dylan Adams
Dylan Adams

There is a more succinct quote somewhere, but the general idea is:

…the post-democratic civil-service state, while not utterly disastrous, is not the end of history. It has two problems. One, the size and complexity of its regulatory system tends to increase without bound, resulting in economic stagnation and general apathy. Two, more critically, it can neither abolish democratic politics formally, nor defend itself against changes in information flow that may destabilize public opinion. Notably, the rise of the Internet disrupts the feedback loop between public education and political power, allowing noncanonical ideas to flourish. ```If these ideas are both rationally compelling and politically delegitimating, the state is threatened.```

"The State" here are those who influence public opinion, and direct the brown hordes and white cucks how to vote (the (((press, universities, and extended civil service))), which Moldbug refers to as the Cathedral.) Many in (((the Cathedral))) are terrified that Trump will start hanging journalists, but in reality he doesn't need to. All he needs to do is provide his own counter-narrative via tweeting, and encourage us to do the same. Now the journalist has no legitimacy to the idea that he's being censored, taking the wind out of his revolution sails, while forcing him to compete with OUR narrative for the attention of readers. Trump has changed the battlefield to OUR arena, and he's done it without persecuting anyone.

Of course the journalist feels persecuted anyway, because he can't accept the fact that the First Amendment doesn't guarantee that anyone will pay attention to him. The journalist is convinced that he, and his class, should have absolute sovereignty over how people think. For a long time, he and his class DID have this sovereignty. Like any other insecure ruler, the Journalist acts irrationally when they feel their power is threatened. Stand by for increasingly more irrationality from the Cathedral. Should be fun.

Now I come here for actual, unkiked news.

This is an idea that we should spread to normiespace.

I'm more well-informed than you, normie, because I read actual sources AND all the comments.
Those (((news sites))) you linked to have no comment sections. If you're not reading the comments you're missing out on a multitude of different opinions.
Don't you have an open mind? Or do you read "approved opinions" only?

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Julian Perry
Julian Perry

nigger

Ryan Cook
Ryan Cook

Reverse Censorship
Censor each and everyone that calls for Censorship

Luke Baker
Luke Baker

Literal newspeak

Noah Mitchell
Noah Mitchell

This.

Christian Fisher
Christian Fisher

So… he's arguing that we should go back to jailing socialists?

Caleb Mitchell
Caleb Mitchell

last night me and my wife were drinking soy and discussing how evil drumpf was and how he was a literal dictator, not like che was a literal dictator (but he was good for the people so who cares?).

Then we had an idea if drupfist gnatzees could cling to the constitution we could cling to the idea of an un constition and all my friends in new york and san francisco could join en masse and make the new united states free and liberal again just like it would have been under our lord and saviour hillary "she can" clinton. even if angry whitemenistan cannot!

we down a quart of biodynamic free range organic cacao nib soy milk to celebrate with extra stevia sweetener! then we went together to see la tigre play, its important my wife's son be raised in a feminist accepting enviroment.

His dad is a misguided trump supporter we met while drinking and had a threesome, unfortunately we did not find this information out until later when i mentioned that i browsed twoxchromesones and tumblr social justice groups and he laughed at me and called me a sjw cuck. even if i did not contribute to his dna, i can ensure he doesn't turn into a literal nazi like his dad. that being said it was a nice threesome, he was so big in her, i think i jerked off three times just watching!

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Wyatt Garcia
Wyatt Garcia

Well the reverse of censorship is freedom of speech, so they might be on to something.

Xavier Harris
Xavier Harris

thanks!

Slammed
Horrifying
Problematic.
fetishism
Nativism.
unacceptable
common sense.
Gamble
REVERSE CENSORSHIP

Daniel Bell
Daniel Bell

this shit is nothing new, commies on usenet used to claim I was censoring them when I disagreed with them. So here are some dox, smash this commie's face

3519 13th St NW Apt 306
Washington DC 20010-2055
Neighborhood: Northwest Washington

112 W Woodridge Dr
Durham NC 27707-2848
Neighborhood: Rockwood

Matthew Thomas
Matthew Thomas

Thanks FBI.

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Brody Cooper
Brody Cooper

Not really. This is the exact same as the Zig Forums "oy vey bury it!" meme as well as other related memes.
<oy vey bury it!
Oh (((you)))

Eli Scott
Eli Scott

Metal Gear Solid 2 was right.

Julian Scott
Julian Scott

Using their terminology here, would writing two hundred articles bitching about illegal babies in fake cages count as reverse censorship to crimes committed by shitskins and niggers?
It could absolutely be turned into another "fake news" scenario, use it against them.

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Christopher Edwards
Christopher Edwards

Isn't this a legit thing though?
Doesn't google often drown out opposition by flooding useless shit to the front page all the time?
Or are they using this out of context like everything they do?

Jayden Evans
Jayden Evans

Bump

Adam Martin
Adam Martin

normiespace
Fuck off reddit

Jordan Brooks
Jordan Brooks

reverse shitposting

Bentley Evans
Bentley Evans

When the 1st Amendment was written, twitter didn't exist! You could only publish 1 word per minute back then!

This liberal argument is getting funnier and funnier

Chase Wright
Chase Wright

China is using the internet to muddy the waters

Our expert, Wu, belives we need to censor people we disagree with

You can't make this shit up.

Jackson Brooks
Jackson Brooks

The media lies openly and endlessly. The only people who will be punished by speech laws and restrictions are those that complain about being lied to.

Jaxon Edwards
Jaxon Edwards

it not Brianna Wu

Surprising.

Nathan Scott
Nathan Scott

reverse reversism

Thomas Robinson
Thomas Robinson

this 5 august 2017 video by kmlkmljkl entitled "Reverse Censorship" modifications to Full Metal Jacket, I at least understand what the term means, and approve.

Dylan Perry
Dylan Perry

FUCK REVERSE

Just grow a pair, like Cameron finally did.

Cameron Campbell
Cameron Campbell

Hell, Gunny was in signal corps?

Adrian Morales
Adrian Morales

heh heh heh, I put soy in mommy and daddy's toothpaste

Adam Clark
Adam Clark

Didn't that site used to allow user comments? Were they getting reversed-censored by all the people disagreeing with them?

Luke Richardson
Luke Richardson

Rushing to find another reason to defend Comet Ping Pong.
have to keep the enraged niggers with no memory pointed at the right targets

The absolute state of these fucking pedophiles.

Eli Lewis
Eli Lewis

leftist sure are late to the party
Seriously. If they're only just now figuring this shit out, they're at least 17 years behind the 'nerd virgins' they so love to chastise, probably more since I doubt most of them could even comprehend such information, let alone understand it enough to usefully employ it.

Jason Carter
Jason Carter

bump