Even the Mises Institute is getting censored by BigTech

Even the Mises Institute is getting censored by BigTech. By the Mises Institute, which is an economic think tank that promotes Austrian economics over Keynesian economics. As such, it prefers small government and sound money as the route to greater welfare for everyone over the long run.

Like never before, we are threatened by a terrifying axis of a left-controlled government and proudly progressive corporate power. In 2020, Big Tech has escalated its attempt to control the narrative. The result? Mises Institute Google links are becoming harder to find. Social media reach is getting harder to achieve. Videos are disappearing from YouTube completely.

Luckily, people are responding.

Despite these attempts to silence us, the Mises Institute has seen the highest traffic to our website in its history. Enthusiasm for our events allowed us to continue live, in-person gatherings throughout the year. Consumption of our digital content has never been greater. …

Due to YouTube’s censorship, we will be relying more on platforms such as Odysee and Bitchute.

In the case of social media, we are staying active on new platforms such as Parler, but are also trying to have direct contact with our readers by encouraging them to subscribe to our daily email.

Perhaps most importantly, our growing graduate school has created an outlet for higher education outside of America’s decrepit university system. This, alongside Mises University, Rothbard Graduate Seminar, our Research Fellowship program, and both our academic journals, ensures that we will continue to support scholars keeping the Austro-libertarian tradition alive.

The non-left internet is emerging.

Those who don’t support the narrative are being forced by the increasing censorship to move to the new internet.