Trump to fight Social Media

This is not strictly to do with the BBC, but there is a strong connection between that most-trusted broadcaster and the Farcebookers, Twattterati, YouFlubbers and others. They all seem intent on destroying the good in Western society and beyond and elevating the bad. They just go about it in more or less extreme ways and with varied degrees of deceit and subterfuge.

The eminent Donald J Trump hosted a group of conservative media personalities last Thursday. Diamond and Silk were there, reminding me of that glorious day in Congress when they fought back, without being intimidated, against mainly-black Democrats who were trying their dirty ‘Democratic’ tricks to discredit them.

Trump invited the two big black women onto the stage, called them “beautiful” and hugged and kissed them. Perhaps that will give the lefty media pause next time they insist that he is a ‘racist’ and a ‘misogynist’ but I doubt they can find the pause button when it comes to insulting the president, even when he isn’t their president. Does the BBC’s Anthony Zurcher even have a pause button when it comes to vilifying Trump?

He was on top form, joking with the audience and proving how quick-thinking he is when he brushed off a fly and then asked how a fly got into the White House.

Here he discusses the fact that people who want to join him on Social Media are blocked.

Here he invites a leading First Amendment lawyer up to speak about the deplatforming and harassment of political opponents so rife in Social Media.

The most important thing to be gleaned from the event is this: he intends to step up the fight against the Social Media censors and propagandists, and when Donald J Trump says he is going to do something ….

It’s unclear exactly how he intends to do this, but I think that is just Trump keeping his powder dry till the right time.

The event is on YouFlub, paradoxically, and it doesn’t look like it’s been restricted in any way so we are not quite in dire straits yet.

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26 Responses to Trump to fight Social Media

  1. Deborah says:

    Probably on this site, before I had even heard about it on the BBC, I read the fuller version of Trump’s tweets about sending people home. Having understood more of the context that the BBC were prepared to give me – I was shocked at the BBC (and I should’t be surprised at anything they do). It isn’t helped when Mrs May and Mr Hunt follow the BBC’s lead – don’t they have any advisors that tell them the full story?
    My criticism with Trump is that he maybe could have realised his tweet could be chopped down to say something he didn’t say.
    It doesn’t mean that I don’t think that Melania shouldn’t take his phone off him. Or is he cleverer that we think and is positioning himself against a Democratic Party going Left?

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    • john in cheshire says:

      I think President Trump knows exactly what he’s doing and what kind of reaction it will trigger in the demonrats.

      He’s boxed them into a corner; if they defend these women, the ” Squad ” I think he calls them; they are shown to be the unpatriotic haters he says they are. If the demonrats criticise them, they’re siding with President Trump, which they will never do.

      It’s funny to watch the demonrats and their running dogs like the far,-left bbc collective lose their minds everytime he calls them out for what they are.

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      • Guest Who says:

        AFAIAA, ‘The Squad’ adopted that lovely collective term for themselves.

        Though Elizabeth Warren may have heard ‘Squaw’.

        Democarts acting like 80’s exclusive high school brats is a strategy of genius.

        As Katty might say; ‘OMG’.

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        • Not Gwent says:

          This was still news on State Broadcaster’s Breakfast after seven.

          The cleverness of Trump is he got the UK to think only about one politician for ten minutes. All for the price of a tweet.

          Can we imagine May being brave enough to twig that there’s no such thing as bad publicity; there is nothing worse than being talked about than not being talked about?

          Naga’s facial contortions at the end of the piece were BAFTA worthy; that or the Kindergarten.

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      • tarien says:

        Agree John in Cheshire- The racist bias is now well and truly against the Whites-I’m fed up with our white Society being seemingly thought to be against coloured people-for many years the United Kingdom has opened its doors to now millions of people from differing races, religions and ideologies, and has bent over backwards to accom these people-to then be accused by those same people of being racist to be told that they are not being more fully interconnected with our society, which is more often than not thier mostly utter incompetance and refusal to want to integrate. They must respect our way of life just as much as we would if in their countries be expected to respect their way of life. My experience of working in West Africa taught me this much, and that mostly one did not get far unless one could work with corruption on a massive scale. So I follow President Trump and I hope his words have shocked those women and made them begin to realise that they are the ones who are racist.

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    • G.W.F. says:

      Deborah

      I have long thought that the biased stories put out by the BBC are with full support from the likes of May, the remainers, and those who want a separation from the US. Hostility to Trump serves their overall purpose.

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    • TrueToo says:

      Deborah,

      He is very clever indeed and expert at exposing the failings of the left:

      The Ballad of Donnie T

      He’s incorrect politically and he don’t give a damn

      That’s why the whole country’s turning into Donnie fans

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    • Blackwell says:

      The full tweets just make all the difference don’t they?

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  2. Not Gwent says:

    State Broadcaster is very selective where it comes to reporting the US. I became acutely aware that something wasn’t right when they started to promote Obama for the Democrats choice for POTUS. To be fair they’ve stuck to their side of the divide. As ever the problem is they are funded through compulsion; they should be reporting all perspectives as all are their funders and masters. They aren’t The Mirror.

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    • john in cheshire says:

      From what I’m reading, I wouldn’t be surprised if bathhouse Barry is implicated in the Jeffrey Epstein case.

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      • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

        I dont think there was a homosexual angle to the Epstein situation.

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  3. G.W.F. says:

    Here is a comment from Melanie Philips. Note that the media missed out the bit after he told them to go. He added “Then come back and tell us how to do it.”
    That is not the language of the racist telling people to go. He asked them to come back.
    ———————
    Long ago I was a shop steward trying to organize working people. There were Stalinist’s forever mouthing the Communist Party line. I never thought twice about suggesting that they ‘bugger off to Russia.’ And never even considered their skin.

    ————
    Melanie Phillips
    3 hrs ·
    Now a storm has erupted in America over tweets by President Trump in which he apparently took aim at four young ethnic minority congresswomen: Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley.

    This language was undeniably offensive, unacceptable and — if he was indeed referring to all four women — factually wrong. But this is not a normal president. He uses offensive language to speak in a kind of code to his supporters, and to set a trap for his foes who fail to understand the code and promptly fall into the snare.

    This is precisely what has happened. For his critics have omitted to note that, after telling these congresswomen to go and sort out their presumed countries of origin, he said: “Then come back and tell us how to do it.”

    In other words, his point was about their behaviour, specifically their opposition to his “racist” immigration policy. Clearly, he considers this akin to treachery from politicians who, between them, have taken positions that are anti-American, anti-white and anti-Jewish. What’s more, he knows that millions of Americans will be thinking exactly the same thing.

    This is the pot that Trump is now deftly stirring.

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    • TrueToo says:

      G.W.F.,

      And he’s an expert at stirring the left up and exposing their failings. That’s why he infuriates them so much.

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  4. Jagman84 says:

    ‘There is a strong connection between that most-trusted broadcaster and the Farcebookers, Twattterati, YouFlubbers and others.’

    The Axis of Evil.

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  5. G says:

    I have to confess, I’ve just listened to an interesting item on Toady. Some senior retired member of the Secret Services (didn’t catch name) stated that the organisation ‘Extinction Rebellion’ is simply a cover, to currently disrupt and ultimately destroy politics in the West. Yawn. Not another group permitted by the State to disrupt its citizens? Needless to say the BBC interviewer, Humphrys, immediately took on the defence of ER demanding what evidence there was to support the assertions. Reply: look at their website / YouTube where the camouflage of, let’s face it, ER’s Marxist goals will be stripped to reveal their true intentions.
    The ex SS interviewee repeatedly directed the uninformed to visit ER’s website for their underlying extreme aspirations.
    Question 1: Er…….as so-called, “reporters” surely the BBC have the capacity and wherewithal to investigate in preparation for this interview? Surely they could allocate a unbiased, objective reporter to do just that? “Find one” I hear in chorus………….
    Question 2: Shock Horror Probe! YouTube are in on it. Deplatforming clearly does not extend to Marxists. As Cilla would have said, “Surprise, surprise”.
    Apparently a representative of ER is to be interviewed after 0830 when, no doubt, the BBC will be as supportive to the Marxists as they can.

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    • Not Gwent says:

      “‘Extinction Rebellion’ is simply a cover”

      I’ve always seen XR as a tool for enabling our rulers to tax us more, dictate how we lead our lives and who we must allow into our country.

      First declare a ‘climate emergency’ and then insist we respond with emergency action because our government agreed it was an emergency. See Cardiff this week.

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    • G says:

      Contd.
      I listened carefully to the second interview by Humphrys. Here’s Policy Exchange’s Report on ‘Extinction Rebellion’ –
      https://policyexchange.org.uk/publication/extremism-rebellion/
      “We only have one year left” until doomsday………….. according to ER.
      So, make the most of your last year and tune in to BBC for a stage by stage commentary on our last year………………
      Marxists the lot of them.
      I smell the rotting meat of Soros…………..

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    • Guest Who says:

      I was alerted to XR quite early on, as they were being given a bizarre amount of uncritical editorial space by county and town local papers and BBC radio for a ‘protest’ at a Council meeting on a Friday.

      The editorial was laughable #PRasnews chock full of inaccuracies designed to wind up idiot greenies and kids. Which worked a treat then and still does.

      I did what no media has done then or since, and checked their website, videos and leadership records.

      It seemed farcical they would be taken seriously. A bunch of hypocritical middle-aged Wolfies encouraging kids to be cannon fodder in guise of green to drive political and economic chaos.

      But of course a bunch of lazy, thick councillors just saw kids, protest banners and media outside and did what pols always do and totally caved.

      This was repeated countrywide. And then elevated nationally by the BBC to get Gove and Miliband gurning at Greta.

      Which gets them, and the country, to the current situation.

      Doubtless Richard Branson is ballooning Dame Emma over to W1A as we speak.

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    • Richard Pinder says:

      I think ‘Extinction Rebellion’ is simply a bunch of low IQ middle-class morons with mental health problems caused by drugs and broken relationships. Posh lefties are loved by Theresa May the Blairites and the BBC because they look like very nice European posh southerners, so must be very clever white European people like those who go to Glastonbury. Like the left-wing morons who run the BBC, they got their “well educated” ideas from a Marxist Philosophy course at a bog standard University in the London area. Their main goal is to deplatform causational climate scientists or deniers as they call them. They were probably the people the BBC calls “best scientific experts” who phoned up University College London to ask the administrators to not let Astronomers debate Solar Astronomy on University property in Britain.

      Extinction Rebellion also joined up with the Ambassador of Conscience Dr Greta Thunberg and other idiots to inspire young school children to go on climate strikes to force the government to stop the climate from changing by using a Climate emergency. This is the first time in history that children have been seen by top government ministers as being much cleverer scientific advisors than an Academic Advisory Council full of causational climate science Professors, such as those at the GWPF.

      The above would make a great source of material for a satirical comedy on a new telly channel set up for self educated people with high IQ,s. The people running Private Eye would not find any of the above funny at all, the Hislop’s thing Greta is an amazing girl.

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  7. Jeff says:

    Regarding the manufactured hysteria following Donald’s row with these delightful “women of colour.”

    Andy Warhol once said (something like) “Everyone will be famous for five minutes.” With all these awful reality shows that are foist upon us that may soon come true.
    Also, pretty soon, everyone, at some time in their lives, will be accused of being a racist. Blimey, it’s even happened to his holiness, The Dali Lama. Who’s next, The Pope, The Queen? Both Boris and Prince Philip, bless him, have been tarred by this brush. No-one’s safe…
    My hero, Dr Johnson, famously said that “patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel.”
    You can turn that old adage on its head these days. The accusation of “racism” is the first refuge of the scoundrel. It’s the liberals knee jerk reaction to any conversation about immigration, unless you’re wholeheartedly enthusiastic about millions of third worlders coming to live here.
    It’s been used to describe us Brexiteers who’d rather like to have control of our borders..
    If you don’t relish living in a filthy, crime infested ghetto you’re a “racist”.
    If you don’t want to send your kids to a 95% Muslim school you’re “Islamophobic”.
    Actually, no you’re not…
    You’re perfectly normal.
    You’re British.

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  8. G.W.F. says:

    I cannot locate the source but someone has recently tweeted expressing her distress at discovering that her parents were racist.

    ‘When I was growing up’ she said, ‘my parents frequently told me that if I did not like it here, I could always leave’.

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