LinkedIn has banned me for life for making three truthful comments. By Steve Kirsch, who points out problems with the covid vaccines and we’ve quoted once on the WR.
LinkedIn is the sole judge, jury, and executioner of what constitutes “misleading or inaccurate” information and whether you violate their user agreement. They can terminate you at any time, for any reason. You have no recourse.
Because I made 3 truthful, accurate statements that some people at LinkedIn considered to be misleading or inaccurate, my account (built up over nearly 20 years) is now permanently deleted. …
Instead of simply restricting my ability to post, they basically wiped out my entire identity so nobody can even see who I am anymore or what I accomplished. My resume is gone. My awards are gone. Nobody can even find out I ever existed.
I didn’t even get a chance to copy my profile before they wiped me out. All my contacts are gone. The record of my 7 companies I started: gone.
No one will be able to lookup my history there anymore. It’s like burning books in the library.
Wikipedia did the same thing to me. They removed the mention that I received a National Caring Award as retribution for speaking out about vaccine safety.
Well that’s the point.
This can happen to you if you too disagree with mainstream thought.
America today is about conformity with mainstream thought. If you disagree, you lose your job, lose your ability to communicate, and they remove any record of your existence.
I’m now lifetime banned on Medium, Twitter, LinkedIn, and sendgrid. The reason I am not yet banned on Facebook and YouTube is because I never post there anymore. That’s the trick. Just stop posting anything that goes against mainstream thinking and you won’t be banned.
It’s so cute when normies discover social media banning for the first time.
This underlines the total futility of telling people about anything. They either don’t believe you, or they simply don’t care, until it actually happens to them. They figure you must have deserved it somehow, for being an extremist, right up until the moment they discover that they, too, have been deemed extremists unworthy of participation in corporate society.
But it’s the reason that it’s so important to participate in, and prioritize, the parallel economy. Because if you think it’s bad now, just wait until they start imposing these restrictions directly through government agencies rather than just the most converged corporations.
As for truth, the globalist bureaucrats make it up as they go along, according to their political needs: