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Leftist Ideological Censorship vs. The Telling of Inconvenient Truths

lzuB88p2by David Sims

A FEW DAYS ago, I left two comments following a post on Aeon entitled “Does inability to attain the American dream make people violent?” and asked by Pam Weintraub.

The Aeon moderators deleted both of my comments, citing the Community Guidelines as their justification. I received an email for each deletion.

Dear David Sims,

Your response to the question ‘Does inability to attain the American dream make people violent?’ has been deleted because it contravened our community guidelines.

For your reference, the removed response was:

The old pattern [white men in charge, women at home, non-whites elsewhere] would work today as well as it ever did, if we would use it. It’s the pattern that led to America’s success, and whatever you might think of its “lack of social justice,” it did succeed, until smart-alec leftists, thinking that they had a better idea, put an end to a winning formula. Diversity isn’t necessarily a social good. Whether anything is good or not depends on whether it works or not, and mixing the races into the same society does not appear to work out so well.

Users who repeatedly violate our community guidelines will have their membership deleted.

If you’d like to know more, please read through the guidelines or reach out to our community manager, Will Fraker (will.fraker@aeon.co).

Thank you for your understanding.

The Aeon team

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Dear David Sims,

Your reply to a response on the question ‘Does inability to attain the American dream make people violent?’ has been deleted because it contravened our community guidelines.

For your reference, the removed reply was:

The fundamental problem with the rise in personal socio-economic failure is the Federal Reserve System and the nature of our money creation. In 1910, a bunch of Jews (and a few rich goys) got together on Jekyll Island, in Georgia, and conspired up a plan to impose a central banking system on America, with the intention of milking everyone in the country with a fraudulent money creation scheme based upon usury.

It’s an old Jewish racket, and this wasn’t the first time they’d tried to impose it on us. But the United States resisted the Jews until December 1913, when a rump Congress composed of the Jews’ thralls in the House and Senate remained secretly in session during the Christmas recess, while most of our federal lawmakers were at home for the holidays.

Although the very first Act of Congress in 1914 should have been the repeal of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, no such thing happened. It was swept under the rug, and the Fed was presented to Americans as a “good idea.” Perhaps our legislators were intimidated. One of them had opposed the passage of the Federal Reserve Act and had suffered two attempts at assassination: first, by gunshot, which he survived, and then by poison, which killed him. His name was Louis T. McFadden.

Anyway, the usury ran on for a century, causing the Great Depression, several major recessions, and countless speculation bubbles designed to make suckers out of American investors. Their banks were internally bilked, though usually in legally sanitized ways, such that they required taxpayer bailouts time after time after time. Meanwhile, the working class and the “Democrats” have been encouraged to blame the investing class, the capitalists. And the well-to-do and those of a “Republican” persuasion have been told that their problems come from shiftless folks on welfare, on socialism. But the problem, at its heart, is the Federal Reserve System and on the treason that brought it about.

Users who repeatedly violate our community guidelines will have their membership deleted.

If you’d like to know more, please read through the guidelines or reach out to our community manager, Will Fraker (will.fraker@aeon.co).

Thank you for your understanding.

The Aeon team

I posted my good-bye to Aeon.

I recently made two posts here that were deemed to violate the community guidelines. I’ve examined those posts closely — they were quoted in emails from the Aeon moderator — and I have noticed that there is no invective in them. No insults, apart from my once describing political leftists as “smart-alecs.” Which, I hope you agree, is a pardonably mild disparagement. They call me worse.

I’ve noticed that all of my censored statements are relevant to the theme of the article by Pam Weintraub and that none of my censored statements is false. I referred to the Federal Reserve System, in one of my posts, as the cause of most failures of “the American dream.” And I questioned the idea that mixing several races into the same society was necessarily a good thing.

Inasmuch as I have formed the opinion that the censorship itself is unworthy, I will repost my posts along a circuit of other forums that I previously marked out for exactly this purpose. I won’t repost them here, of course. But you’ll see them, again and again. As long as you use the world wide web.

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2 Comments

  1. Joey Virgo
    7 August, 2016 at 3:34 pm — Reply

    Amazing how well you kept your equanimity in the face of blatant censorship. Bravo! Mr. Sims. Partisan politics does lead to half-truths, i.e., lies.

  2. Anthony Collins
    8 August, 2016 at 1:57 am — Reply

    Regarding usury and the creation of money as debt, David Sims might like to know that Ambrose Bierce’s The Devil’s Dictionary gives the following definition:

    “Debt, n. An ingenious substitute for the chain and whip of the slave-driver.”

    The second part of Bierce’s definition of “defame” is relevant to the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith and similar bodies:

    “Defame, v.t. To lie about another. To tell the truth about another.”

    Telling the truth about the Jews is, in Jewish eyes, “defamatory” and “anti-Semitic” (which seems to mean that it is simultaneously blasphemous, seditious, and obscene). It must be said that the Jews have an unduly exaggerated estimate of themselves.

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