Quote of the day—Jason Sullivan and Bill Binney

Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear.

Jason Sullivan and Bill Binney
July 11, 2020
Binney & Sullivan: An Open Letter Challenge To Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey On Censorship
[I have nothing to add.—Joe]

4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Jason Sullivan and Bill Binney

  1. It’s not censorship when a communist does it! You would think they would know that by now? Imagine their surprise when they find out that’s exactly where Dorsey wants it to go?

  2. It’s worth reading the whole letter.

    And Dorsey will simply hit the “mark as spam” button while checking his bank balance.

    Seriously, how are Twitter, Facebook/Instagram, etc., not considered publishers and remain protected by Section 230?

  3. Seriously, how are Twitter, Facebook/Instagram, etc., not considered publishers and remain protected by Section 230?

    One of the more well known definitions of an “Honest Politician” is:
    One that stays bought.
    The point being; $$ talks……., as in the right ‘campaign contributions’ in the right campaign accounts and to the right PACs are what influences politicians.

  4. Taken in isolation, the quote could be seen either as a warning or a mission statement. Alternatively, it could be seen as gloating.

    But it no longer matters because our government, with help from media, other governments, the “education” establishment, and from tech companies and financial institutions, is already committed to the path of silencing the voices of opposition. It’s an absolutely done deal, and voting either this way or that way will not stop it.

    So why shouldn’t they gloat at this point?

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