#GoWokeGoBroke. A hashtag to love.

I had meant to post three successive times on the subject of Changing Language to Suit An Agenda is War, but the subject of YouTube removing Steve Crowder’s content was too important to wait. This morning I found out that it wasn’t just Crowder’s ability to post content, including his videos published in the past, but without fanfare, many other conservative creators got the same treatment. Go to #VoxAdpocalypse to meet those who got the heave-ho, along with numerous examples of YouTube hypocrisy (like promoting it’s own comedy that includes “faggots should just kill themselves” as a comedic line). I just did and the message “#VoxAdpocalypse got 120 tweets this last hour” popped up.

Google is “sanitizing” YouTube of ideas contrary to lgbtq orthodoxy, because that’s what tyrants do when their ideas are so stupid or pernicious that they have no answer to dissent! I have ridiculed Twitter countless times, but #GoWokeGoBroke is a Twitter thread that is functioning as a real forum to fight leftist suppression of freedom of expression by unmasking advertising advertisers who promote leftist ideology.

Remember, the Babylon Bee is satire. Or is it? Sometimes, satire is REALITY. From Babylon Bee: NEW YORK, NY—Carlos Maza, a video journalist who works for Vox has been calling out Dictionary.com for posting definitions of words that are “very upsetting.”  “I’ve informed Dictionary.com of the many definitions I find abusive and problematic. They have done nothing. I don’t know what else to say. They obviously support murder, racism, and other troubling words.”

Maza and others at Vox had been sending tweets to Dictionary.com for weeks in an attempt to expose the many definitions that they believe go too far, or don’t go far enough. “I keep refreshing the definition of the word ‘words’ and still it says nothing about literal violence,” Maza said in a live stream. “Even worse, the word ‘justice’ still doesn’t have the word social in front of it at all times. And the definition of abuse is way, way, way too limited.”

Maza could not be reached for further questions because according to his Twitter account, he had just discovered that Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com were posting many of the same definitions and seemed to be working in cahoots. “Someone has to expose this,” he tweeted. “These websites are clearly in bed not only with each other but also the alt-right.”

Carlos Maza, who’s that? He is the Vox writer that whined to YouTube about the Crowder videos, AND KEPT THE PRESSURE ON TO CENSOR THEM! Google caved! I SWITCHED SEARCH ENGINES TO DUCKDUCKGO!

Author: iamcurmudgeon

When I began this blog, I was a 70 year old man, with a young mind and a body trying to recover from a stroke, and my purpose for this whole blog thing is to provoke thinking, to ridicule reflex reaction, and provide a legacy to my children.

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