Face Book has taken down …

Larry Johnson's post – "Unraveling the Deep State Coup"  on my FB page.  pl 

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39 Responses to Face Book has taken down …

  1. Deap says:

    Why are they so afraid? That is the only message I hear. To me, deplatforming and censorship says the underlying and triggering message is right; not wrong.
    Life does exist without a cell phone, without FB, without Twitter, etc – never touch them myself …… but not without the “internet”, which belongs to all of us, right?

  2. Robert G Spenser says:

    FB keeps blocking and unblocking Pepe Escobar so he now mirrors his FB posts to his VK account. Maybe consider setting up a VK account – and perhaps Turcopolier mirroring to a blogging site outside of US jurisdiction?
    What is coming next is the outright suppression of access to websites. The US recently started blocking access to foreign sites by messing with the DNS. Eventually this kind of repression will come at US websites as well. For that reason I am setting up a VPN.
    I believe in the freedom of access and expression in the internet like the first amendment freedom of speech – this is central to how I image the US where I was born and live. The new regime that has coalesced in the last four years – Big Tech with the older centers of power in the US – intends to burn out alternative sources of information and narratives. I refuse to live and think or submit to their narrative prisons. This struggle is not just for us but also for our children.

  3. Bubba Schwartz says:

    Yes, on my FB account, I linked to Larry’s article. The link has since vanished because it “violated Facebook spam policy.”
    Spam? YGBSM.
    Larry must be over the target.
    Keep up the great work, gentlemen!

  4. Serge says:

    Free speech is an all or nothing concept, we will learn the hard way(or not). As the “public square” increasingly becomes synonymous with the spaces created by companies such as Facebook,twitter, and whatever that newfangled Communist Chinese one popular with the kids is called: various multinational borg ghouls will have and exercise free reign to overtly control and shape information to their own ends. May sound crazy but IMO all these stupid social networking companies/the infrastructure they run on(maybe the entire internet) need to be nationalized…the only downside I see to it is it would stifle innovation, but I could go with the extinction of whole particular branches of that type of “human progress”.

  5. turcopolier says:

    What is a VK site?

  6. Walrus says:

    Col. Lang, your page is next. You need to migrate SST offshore before typepad tries to kill it. I don’t know how to do this.

  7. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    From Wikipedia:
    In a great irony, samizdat for Americans repressed by the State, from Russia with love.
    The World Turned Upside Down, indeed…

  8. Eliot says:

    Col. Lang,
    It’s a Russian Facebook clone.
    – Eliot

  9. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    Walrus is unfortunately likely to be correct.
    Perhaps at least a mirror of SST registered in Iceland, top level domain code .is.
    See the “External Links” section for the website of the domain registrar for Iceland.
    What is happening now to the Conservative Treehouse website, being dumped by their hosting service gives an idea of what is to come under President Harris should the effort to correct the ballot counts to eliminate all manner of frauds come up short. The Clampdown…

  10. RPL says:

    The trick is to embed it in another link the way another poster did. Basically, meaninginhistory.blogspot.com linked your post. The link to your post is included in the story “Larry Johnson on the Scytl Raid.” This may be a workaround against the censors.

  11. Deap says:

    How did they take this down? Did it just disappear. Did they send you a notice. Did they give a reason. Is there an appeal process?. is SST a “Facebook” page? All very mysterious for me – tech luddite here.
    Pretty damn scary by any measure, since that was one heck of an explosive article. Did they take down the Sydney Powell Fox interview with Maria Bartiromo?
    How did they “know” the LJ article was even up? Personal observation of SST, infiltration by a commenter with an agenda who targeted this post, an algorithim that picked up certain word patterns?
    Who has the most to gain from this brazen act of private censorship? Insiders or outsiders. To what end. Ham-handed or exquisitely strategic to their own interests.

  12. Horace says:

    @Bubba Schwartz
    “Larry must be over the target.”
    If you are crazy or demonstrably wrong, they ridicule you. If you are correct, then they censor you.
    The stench of their fear is palpable. Vote fraud is a crime, yes. However, this goes far beyond ordinary grubbing for money or power. It is an act of war not only against the American people but an act of war against Western Civilization itself.

  13. Razor says:

    A mass deletion of these social media fascists and using alternative search engines (duckduckgo.com) for example, would soon strip these entities of their power.

  14. fotokemist says:

    The Saker moved his site to servers in Iceland several years ago.

  15. Steve Ogle says:

    VK is supposedly the Russian version of facebook.

  16. Outrage Beyond says:

    VK is a Russian clone of FB.

  17. coboarts says:


  18. james says:

    i can’t believe how much time and energy everyone has devoted to fakebook… it is quite sad… i hope fakebook sinks in the mess of its own making.. anyone who tries to communicate on fb is wasting their time…

  19. james says:

    @pat – VK is the russian equivalent to fakebook..

  20. Col. Lang, VK is VKontakte, it is essentially Russian facebook.

  21. elaine says:

    Colonel, Perhaps Spenser using the term VP site is just short for saying VPN site, something you may read about on the net. I got the best results by searching “what is a VPN site” rather than just searching VPN site. That’s my best guess.

  22. turcopolier says:

    They gave me a notice on FB that LJ’s post did not “meet their community standards” and removed it from my FB page.

  23. LondonBob says:

    Yes I shared Patrick Basham’s article on electoral fraud in the Sunday Express on Linkedin, I checked a day later and it had been removed.
    The Democracy Institute has a copy of the original.

  24. Barbara Ann says:

    Give what has just happened to CTH and hard though it is to acknowledge, I fear Walrus is likely right about SST becoming a target in the not too distant future. A mirror of SST in a jurisdiction harder for the censors to get at would seem prudent.
    I’d also support Razor’s sentiment. Until such time as we are forced to use censoring platforms like FB and search engines which routinely suppress conservative content (Google) the way to defeat this is to simply move to alternatives. Duck Duck Go is a simple move – just change your search engine in your browser preferences.
    Delete your FB accounts, move elsewhere and encourage your friends to do the same. This is harder, given the network effect FB has achieved, but the cost can be mitigated if like minded folk move to the same place. VK does seem a popular choice for those opposed to the liberal globalists’ ambitions to control dissenting voices thru big tech censorship.
    My own view is that continuing to support censoring platforms like FT and Twitter is incompatible with my principals on freedom of speech. I also make extensive use of Tor, which like a VPN obfuscates my IP address and makes it impossible for my ISP to see my browsing habits. Paranoid? Maybe, but many of the views expressed here may soon be considered dissident and Tor was specifically designed to help dissidents in places like China avoid the repercussions from accessing forbidden knowledge & views.
    Let us pray it does not come to this, but take practical measures in case it does.

  25. Bubba Schwartz says:

    Eric Coomer, Dominion Voting Systems VP, is being removed from the internet. He is pro ANTIFA and vehemently anti-Trump in his social media posts. Dominion has removed his name from their website, though still employed there. He is said to have fixed Dominion’s software to steal the election from Trump.

  26. Keith Harbaugh says:

    CTH received an explanation for its deplatforming from WP:
    It contains the usual generalities, but also one specific charge:
    that CTH contained violations against
    “our prohibition against calls to violence.”
    Michael Scheuer’s original website, non-intervention.com, was deleted, and he was fired from his adjunct professorship at Georgetown University, for the same reason.
    See https://georgetownvoice.com/2014/01/16/adjunct-professor-scheuer-crosses-line/
    In Scheuer’s case, he was making rather explicit statements about what he thought it would take to rectify what he viewed as America’s problems.
    Much as I agreed with many of his positions, as stated in his excellent books and his website,
    his suggested remedies horrified me
    (notably his frequent statements about “hanging [bad] people from trees”).
    The issue, then, is what constitutes
    “an incitement to violence”?
    That’s where the debate and argument will be.

  27. J says:

    Maybe a $20 Trillion lawsuit against the Facebook CEO, CFO, CIO, COO, and its Board of Directors for defamation of character coupled with a criminal indictment of violating American’s U.S. Constitution Freedom of Speech guarantees.
    What Facebook and Twitter are doing goes far beyond the bounds of ‘business standards’ that they use to hide behind. The criminal indictment intended to put Z man and his Facebook cohorts in Federal Orange Jumpsuits for their trampling our Constitution is warranted, would you not agree?
    Judicial Watch are you out there, your fellow Americans need your legal-eagle skills to put Facebook and Twitter’s head sheds on notice (and put them in the slammer at the same time).

  28. I moved to VK some time ago
    Freedom of speech? That’s soooo yesterday. Not for hate speech, fake news, going contrary to The Truth. Cute puppies are still OK
    As to VK (v kontakte — in contact) No censorship reported by anybody. Very popular in Europe. Recently started to have the sort of long discussions that used to happen on FB. Growing and adapting.
    here’s why

  29. Diana L Croissant says:

    As you my know, I followed Larry Johnson here after No Quarter was in danger of being “exterminated” (or whatever you might call it).
    There are a few other Websites that don’t carry as researched or in-depth reporting but which do provide a conservative voice. The left probably counts them as harmless, as they don’t have writers who can give the more in-depth information and analysis.
    I grew up worrying about the communists from outside the U.S.; soon we may be living in the land of Big Brother. It frightens me most because our younger generation is so clueless about the dangers they are facing; and many of them are actually making themselves the “useful idiots” of the powers that are attempting to overturn our form of government.

  30. Robert G Spenser says:

    VK is like Facebook and very popular in Russia.
    When I mentioned it I didn’t think to define it.

  31. strateshooter says:

    welcome to rule under the Chinese Communist Party.
    capital economy run by and for a a corporate club under the guise of socialism

  32. turcopolier says:

    I am moving the blog to Shangri-La or Ruritania, haven’t decided which yet.

  33. james says:

    @ pat.. interesting… i know of shangri-la, but ruritania?
    Q: Why do Ruritanian dogs have flat faces?
    A: From chasing parked cars.

  34. elaine says:

    12:15AM voice commentary OANN TV by LtGeneral Thomas McInerney ret
    talking about computer programs Hammer & Scorecard & how they’ve
    been implemented & their history. Sorry can’t find McInerney’s comments on line @ OANN…similar content like Sydney Powell, esq but more detailed especially as to the history of related events.

  35. Keith Harbaugh says:

    Regarding “Hammer” and “Scorecard”, I have no idea if they exist as claimed,
    but I do wish to point out some rebuttal:
    If anyone can rebut that, please do.

  36. Alves says:

    Could anyone imagine that we would see a day when people would recommend moving to a russian website to avoid private (political) censorship in the USA?

  37. TeakWoodKite says:

    When US companies work with countries like China to censor their citizens and to perfect the programs like Centra to track all internet traffic of a given user which are then used on Americans (as Sen.Hawley discussed in the most recent hearing on “big Tech” ) shows that even if the companies such as FarceBook, Google, YouTube, Twitter and a host of others censor and block well documented writings, Hunters laptop and the NY POST then there really is only one possible response that such violations of our constitution as spelled out in the Declaration of Independence demand.
    I do not see how you tell, at a minimum, 75 million Americans to “collectively” shut up and not have un-intended consequences.

  38. Fred says:

    Yeah! You Tube is changing their terms of service, again.

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