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justjess

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Why don't you show up for work tomorrow and protest something on your employers time. Also try exercising your freedom of speech by cussing your boss out. Let us know how that goes.

If you don't understand by now that we have freedom of speech and the right to protest but we don't have freedom from consequences in certain situations, then I don't know what else to tell you. You're in for a very rude awakening.

The players can kneel all they want. That doesn't change the fact that owners and managers can legally take action against the players IF THEY CHOOSE, because the players do not have some sacred right to protest while on the job. None of us do. I also have the right to disagree with the players, speak out, and change the channel. See how that works?

Regarding private media platforms, they can do what they want, but when they hold a monopoly on communications and infringe on others' rights, then it becomes problematic.
You love arguing with shadows huh? Let me spoon feed this to you...

Your here crying about censorship and violations of first amendment rights (For people you agree with) and your elsewhere arguing in favor of censorship and violations of first amendment rights (for people you don’t agree with). That doesn’t make you principled. It makes you an opportunistic hypocrite.

I actually agree with you about Facebook and Twitter squashing this article and purging conservative voices from its platforms. I said as much in the thread dedicated to it weeks ago. But that’s cause I actually have principles and try to apply them consistently. Something some people might want to try to do themselves sometimes.
 






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There's a thing called terms of agreement that you sign when you join the social media platforms. You break them and those private companies have every right to censor or kick you off.

Its like you can't go into a bar, break their rules, and then complain when the bouncer tosses you out.

So bitching about NFL players protesting while being "on the clock" while trying to claim injustice for breaking the rules WHICH YOU SIGNED AND AGREED TO in order to use a privately owned platform, is totally hypocritical.

Another thing. There is no NFL without the players
The players are at an advantage. Those owners are nothing without the players and they know it, so frankly the players can do whatever the ef they want, and thats a good thing. The owners will have to shut up and deal with it, and they have. That's people power and using your celebrity to gain leverage against the system.
 






Lurking009

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You love arguing with shadows huh? Let me spoon feed this to you...

Your here crying about censorship and violations of first amendment rights (For people you agree with) and your elsewhere arguing in favor of censorship and violations of first amendment rights (for people you don’t agree with). That doesn’t make you principled. It makes you an opportunistic hypocrite.

I actually agree with you about Facebook and Twitter squashing this article and purging conservative voices from its platforms. I said as much in the thread dedicated to it weeks ago. But that’s cause I actually have principles and try to apply them consistently. Something some people might want to try to do themselves sometimes.
I'm really not understanding why you are having such difficulty with these real world concepts. I'll try one more time.

1. YES, citizens have the right to free speech and assembly [protest].

2. Here's the important one: NO, you do not have freedom from consequences of everything you say, do, and protest.

3. NO, employees DO NOT have the automatic right to protest ON COMPANY TIME. If a manager/owner chooses to allow players to take a knee at the game, THAT IS THEIR FREEDOM. It is ALSO THEIR FREEDOM to punish or fire players taking the knee, if they choose.

4. Freedom of speech is a two way street. Just because you are FOR something doesn't mean I can't be AGAINST it. You can support teams taking a knee all you want. I DON'T HAVE TO AGREE WITH YOU OR JOIN YOU IN SUPPORT. I believe what they are doing is shameful bullshit and will not support any player or team doing it. Everyone has the right to speak out and boycott the crap out of any team that allows players to take a knee, if they choose.
 






Vulpesrex

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Edge of Wonder got kicked off of YouTube today, right when they dropped a huge expose documentary about false flag attacks, mostly about the Las Vegas shooting at that country music festival. I watched part of it on their platform last night and there's tons of info...it's a lot to process.

Figured I'd mention that since we're talking about censorship and Qanon here and they think part of the reason they got kicked off is due to talking about Qanon in their livestreams.
 






justjess

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I'm really not understanding why you are having such difficulty with these real world concepts. I'll try one more time.

1. YES, citizens have the right to free speech and assembly [protest].

2. Here's the important one: NO, you do not have freedom from consequences of everything you say, do, and protest.

3. NO, employees DO NOT have the automatic right to protest ON COMPANY TIME. If a manager/owner chooses to allow players to take a knee at the game, THAT IS THEIR FREEDOM. It is ALSO THEIR FREEDOM to punish or fire players taking the knee, if they choose.

4. Freedom of speech is a two way street. Just because you are FOR something doesn't mean I can't be AGAINST it. You can support teams taking a knee all you want. I DON'T HAVE TO AGREE WITH YOU OR JOIN YOU IN SUPPORT. I believe what they are doing is shameful bullshit and will not support any player or team doing it. Everyone has the right to speak out and boycott the crap out of any team that allows players to take a knee, if they choose.
Awesome now that your stance is crystal clear it’s obvious you should have ZERO problem with a privately owned company censoring people who signed up knowingly agreeing to that private companies terms and conditions and then violated them. Glad you came to that conclusion. For the sake of consistency ;)
 






DavidSon

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Oh and Qanon is a fricking joke by the way.

Brainwashed cult. Just like the orange man cult.
I watched a video showing Cue is 100% being spewed from people in the Drumph regime.

These poor followers will never be led to talk about the banks and criminal financiers that own us all. No talk about endless wars, the police/security state, the MIC that Americans have pumped trillions of our hard earned money into. Their campaign is a fabricated sham- conspiracy theories and identity politics. The billionaires and social engineers who've marketed Cue must be having a good laugh.
 






Toulouse

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Hello! Any other Anons on these forums? WWG1WGA!
I read somewhere that in either '18 or '19 a QAnon post had a Mickey Mouse clock with the little hand on the 10 and the big hand on the "2" (as in 10 after)...10/2...Trump gets C-19...hhmmm...
 






JusSayin

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Approximately 46% of the American population has some sort of mental issue. It will be quite bad for them and quite bad for anyone they come in contact with. That’s the whole point. That’s what cults bank on.

“The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal. “Many of them are normal because they are so well adjusted to our mode of existence, because their human voice has been silenced so early in their lives, that they do not even struggle or suffer or develop symptoms as the neurotic does.” They are normal not in what may be called the absolute sense of the word; they are normal only in relation to a profoundly abnormal society. Their perfect adjustment to that abnormal society is a measure of their mental sickness. These millions of abnormally normal people, living without fuss in a society to which, if they were fully human beings, they ought not to be adjusted.” ― Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
 






Toulouse

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“The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal. “Many of them are normal because they are so well adjusted to our mode of existence, because their human voice has been silenced so early in their lives, that they do not even struggle or suffer or develop symptoms as the neurotic does.” They are normal not in what may be called the absolute sense of the word; they are normal only in relation to a profoundly abnormal society. Their perfect adjustment to that abnormal society is a measure of their mental sickness. These millions of abnormally normal people, living without fuss in a society to which, if they were fully human beings, they ought not to be adjusted.” ― Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
Without saying whether I agree or disagree with you, could you explain your point. remembering of course that Huxley was part of the establishment, the NWO. I share away from hit-and-run comments with no back up. So, I guess my question, base on the quote above, is who in your opinion are the "normals" and who are the "abnormals?"...without alot of rhetoric.
 






Lurking009

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Awesome now that your stance is crystal clear it’s obvious you should have ZERO problem with a privately owned company censoring people who signed up knowingly agreeing to that private companies terms and conditions and then violated them. Glad you came to that conclusion. For the sake of consistency ;)
And you still don't get it. Time to move along.
 






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