. . . now they’re apparently trying to ban the word ‘mate’ in Australia because it’s not inclusive? W.T.F, mate, W.T.F.
Just as George Orwell warned, governments don’t have to be the censors for free speech and free expression to be fatally stifled.
When will you become human again, that is the question.
By Anna Mathews George Orwell’s novel 1984 was incredibly popular at the time it was published, and it remains incredibly popular to this day. George Orwell’s novel 1984 was incredibly popular at the time it was published, and it remains incredibly popular to this day. With multiple stars citing the book as one of their favorites –…
1984, the brilliant piece about communism has turned on itself in real life. It is no longer a popular piece of entertainment but a functional handbook.
How do you feel about global players dictating what you can and cannot read? Do you prefer the choice removed from you, or do you prefer to make your own decisions when reading and researching opinions? Critical thinkers are kidding themselves if they think the Internet offers a choice. Internet freedom faces its largest threat…
It’s been over two months since I’ve written a single word either for my employer or myself. Simply being, censorship has hit independent journalists hard. My employer can’t afford to employ me anymore and for my own website, I’m simply tired of putting out words to spoon feed people. Those who tune in here, present…
If the CIA wins this fight by the conjuring of legal loopholes – or by less wholesome, more subversive means – The Fourth Estate of the world will crumble
Bloomberg has perpetuated the myth that Anonymous is a criminal element that must be shut down at all costs – even if means reporting unsubstantiated facts.
Comparing the reactions of politicians over the latest intelligence community leak over General Michael Flynn’s phone call with a Russian diplomat, and with those reactions toward Snowden in 2013, it appears the Democrats have had a change of heart for whistleblowers.
Despite the federal government promising that more broadly-reaching law enforcement agencies in Canada are not currently spying on the press, the guarantee is hardly comforting.
The corporate mainstream media has been caught red-handed by alt news for perpetuating propaganda and ‘fake news’ agenda in the Middle East.