Monday, July 13, 2020

CNN doxxes its enemies

CNN News has doxxed another right-winger, and caused him to lose his job.
The NY Times piled on, and accused him of anonymous posting to message threads where others used racial slurs.

CNN and the NY Times have done this many times before. The NYT just doxxed and caused the shutdown of the popular Slate Star Codex blog. Meanwhile, they regularly offer and protect the anonymity of Trump-haters who claim to have inside info on what a terrible person Pres. Trump is. CNN even once publicly blackmailed someone, by saying that it would dox him if he expressed certain views online.

The NY Times also viciously persecuted the White Karen dog-walker who was threatened by a Black bird watcher.

They would say that it is their free speech right to dox whomever they please, regardless of how many lives are ruined. Legally, that is correct.

This is not just being done as part of news reporting. It is part of a systematic campaign to silence the Right. Recently Stefan Molyneux has been banned from YouTube and Twitter. He had thousands of videos, and most of them were more philosophical than political. I don't think he had any on Trump v. Biden yet, but it is hard to imagine him finding anything to say in favor of Biden. He had to be silenced before the Nov. election.

This effort to dox and censor is almost entirely led by Jews.

The endgame strategy is not merely to topple some statues and remove Pres. Trump from office. It is to exterminate their enemies.

Here is another example of someone being canceled, along with a groveling apology:
Boeing communications chief resigns over sexist article he wrote THREE DECADES ago opposing women's service in the military

Boeing's SVP of Communications, Niel Golightly, has resigned from his position over a sexist article he authored
The article, titled 'No Right to Fight' was published in December 1987 in the US Naval Institute magazine
It argued woman should not serve in combat and could affect morale
It is the fourth time the position has been vacated in three years
Boeing is still recovering from its 2019 737 Max crisis that saw more than 300 people killed in two plane crashes
He was expressing an opinion held by nearly every army in world history, if not all.
'My article was a 29-year-old Cold War navy pilot's misguided contribution to a debate that was live at the time,' Golightly said in a statement included in Boeing's announcement.

'My argument was embarrassingly wrong and offensive. The article is not a reflection of who I am; but nonetheless I have decided that in the interest of the company I will step down.'
If it were really wrong, then someone should be able to point out the errors. I doubt it. He is just bullied into submission instead.

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