It’s Taliban Tube, Not YouTube (And Gab’s Torba Is Truly Free)

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Intelligent people have lost trust in mainstream medicine for many reasons. Cool heads have no trouble detecting sub-intelligent “argument” for the power-play and propaganda that it is.

Put it this way: When I hear an outstanding, empathetic clinician and academic such as Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH, author of “Pathophysiological Basis and Rationale for Early Outpatient Treatment of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Infection” and tens more peer-reviewed publications on COVID—and then I hear TV’s tenured medics, or the mediocre, unquestioning medics manning the clinics into which we are all herded—losing my lunch is not the only response.

The McCullough medical school of thought saves lives; the rest contribute to iatrogenic death. (Look iatrogenic up.)

Deep, abiding, irredeemable contempt springs eternal for the thought process in these mediocre medical minds and the attendant abuse of power and harm to patients.

Now, David Vance, my partner in the Hard Truth podcast, has exhorted that, “If It’s On The Mainstream Media, You Should Ignore It.” David had published these mild words on Taliban Tube, aka You Tube, and was promptly sent to the dog house for the next 2 weeks: banned.

Fuck the DemoPublican Establishment’s war to civilize the Taliban, when an exhortation to think critically about media, the mediocre medical establishment, and experimental treatment is marginalized and punished. A society of social casts is being created, says David: Those who obey blindly, and those who cling to the freedom to question.

But, he says, “The sheep are delivering us straight to the abattoir.” And the young people have, sadly, been a cohort readily inclined to accept authority and follow orders at all time.

Thankfully, Rumble has featured David’s apparently subversive common sense, “Never trust ANYTHING the lame-stream media says!

Gab’s Andrew Torba, however, has observed, in a quibble with Dan Bongino, that Rumble is NOT free; It has Hate Speech “codes.” Likewise Parler. In fact, for me, being on Parler has been like being coffined. I like Twitter much more, even though I am shadow-banned there.

In fact, since I’m a Candace Owens critic, I strongly suspect I’m shadow-banned by Parler, owned by Mr. Owens. The feeling I get from feedback or lack thereof on Parler is Establishment Republican. There is no place on Parler for true dissidents and free thinkers.

Gab is absolutely and truly free. There, people connect and keep connecting. Parler, as I said, is like being coffined. If the GOP Establishment think making Parler hostile to people like me is good for their endeavor; think again. The numbers of thinking conservatives and paleolibertarians who hate what Ned Ryun called the “credentialed Idiocracy,” on TV and in DC—is growing.

2 thoughts on “It’s Taliban Tube, Not YouTube (And Gab’s Torba Is Truly Free)

  1. Ian “Red” Rivers

    There was a pretty funny exchange some lamestream reporter had with a Taliban spokesman, you probably saw. He asked if the Taliban would respect & protect free speech. The Taliban have apparently stepped out of the 7th Century often enough in the last 20 years to know what’s what on the internet, so the spokesman reminded the feckless reporter that Facebook & Twitter hardly considered free speech sacrosanct, and banned a lot of people whose message They didn’t like.

    I’ve often seen the great historian Clyde Wilson make the point that political correctness exists to censor truth. If Peter McCullough & David Vance were clear nut jobs advocating, I don’t know, coffee enemas as a Covid remedy, YouTube and Twitter would never think of censoring them. That fact that they are censored means they are telling the truth.

  2. roberto

    “Never trust ANYTHING the lame-stream media says!”
    Why not go to the source and follow George Carlin’s excellent rule #1.
    “Never believe anything the government tells you.”

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