We Are Suing The UK

It seems that the UK is now banning young people whose opinions do not meet with government approval. Recently, Brittany Pettibone, Martin Sellner, and Lauren Southern were not only denied entry to the UK, but subjected to treatment that is typically reserved for criminals.

Has the UK become yet another third world Muslim country? It sure seems like it is headed in that direction.

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Banned From The United Kingdom: Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner

Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner tell their misadventures with immigration officials in the United Kingdom to Stefan Molyneux. Martin was to deliver a speech on the subject of free speech and Brittany was to interview Tommy Robinson.

EXCLUSIVE: @YouTube is Now Terminating the Truth #FreeMedia #GoogleGestapo


In this episode, Shawn interviews Ron Johnson of Stranger Than Fiction News (stfnews.com), whose YouTube channel was recently deleted.

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You Tube has PURGED several REAL NEWS channels that dares to question the “official” story regarding the recent Florida school shootings.

The Ron Johnson YouTube channel was a CHRISTIAN truth news channel with 150,000 subscribers – and last week the channel was TERMINATED without warning. The same thing has happened to the Richie Allen YouTube channel and others.

Thank you for tuning in for this important interview.

Telegram and Instagram being restricted in Iran

Messaging app Telegram and Facebook-owned social sharing platform Instagram appear to be being blocked in Iran.

Iran state TV said yesterday that authorities were temporarily blocking the services to “maintain peace”, according to the AP news agency.

The country has seen a rising wave of anti-government protests in recent days and ministers have accused social media of fueling dissent.

On Saturday Iran’s ICT minister, Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi tweeted directly at Telegram founder Pavel Durov — claiming that one of the platform’s channels “is encouraging hateful conduct, use of Molotov cocktails, armed uprisings, and social unrest” and urging Durov to act to “stop such encouragements via Telegram”.

In a post on his Telegram channel yesterday, Durov said the authorities had “imposed a block on Telegram”, adding that it is “not clear whether permanent or temporary”.

He also confirmed that Telegram admins had suspended the channel that Jahromi had been objecting to — naming it as @amadnews — but claimed this was as a result of the channel admins having broken Telegram’s terms of service rules by “calling its subscribers to use Molotov cocktails and firearms against police”.

Responding to Jahromi’s earlier tweet Durov also noted that: “Calls for violence are prohibited by the Telegram rules. If confirmed, we’ll have to block such a channel, regardless of its size and political affiliation.”

Following the suspension of @amadnews, Durov writes that the channel admins were able to “reassemble most of their subscribers (800,000) in a new peaceful channel, which we welcomed” — after apologizing for breaking Telegram’s ToS and pledging “not to promote violence in future”.

At the time of writing neither Instagram nor Telegram could be reached for comment.

Telegram has a large user base in Iran — with Durov stating last year that it has ~40M monthly active users, which amounts to around half the population of the country, and 25M daily active users.

With media censorship a fact of life in Iran, digital services and apps such as Telegram have offered citizens an alternative outlet for accessing information — including, when service blocks are imposed, the capacity for more tech savvy users to use other digital tools (such as proxy servers) to circumvent attempts to restrict access to uncensored content.

However the Iranian government has been pushing for control over foreign messaging platforms — including, in 2016, calling for companies to move their servers to Iran, sparking privacy fears.

Last year Durov was forced to deny that Telegram had moved some of its servers to the country — saying rather it had installed some local caching nodes to speed up download times.

The local CDNs could not in any way aid state censorship of the platform, he asserted.

Iran’s government has also been targeting Telegram channel administrators — issuing a requirement that admins of channels with more than 5,000 members register with the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance.

Those not registering risk prosecution. While registered admins expose themselves to the risk of arrest — putting channels under greater pressure to self-censor.

Continues . . .  Telegram and Instagram being restricted in Iran

Free Speech Battle For Berkeley, California! – Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux

When Antifa violently interrupted a pro-Donald Trump free speech event in Berkeley, California – the Battle for Berkeley was on! Lauren Southern joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss her on the ground experience of the Berkeley, California protest violence, the use of self-defense against Antifa, the police response and the responsibility of the mainstream media for creating this violent atmosphere.

Lauren Southern is an independent journalist and the author of “Barbarians: How the Baby Boomers, Immigration and Islam Screwed My Generation.”