From everything I’ve noticed over the past year, and especially the last few months, is that the big internet companies (Facebook, Google, YouTube, Twitter, and others) are taking a decidedly unfair approach with monetization and with what they allow on their platforms. Many political bloggers and vloggers have found themselves marginalized, demonetized, and sometimes removed. This is being done in the name of protecting us from “hate speech,” when in fact, there isn’t any hate being expressed in 99+% of the cases. (The irony that these same companies are complaining about the rollback of “Net Neutrality” on the so-called rationale that it will give AT&T, Comcast, and others too much control over information is not lost on me, nor should it be lost on you. But I digress…)
I don’t care where you stand politically; this trend is alarming. We need to fight together to protect free speech. Although I most certainly intend to keep my “Twitbook” accounts open, I am planning to move more content to alternate services that are more open to free speech.
Please look for me under “James Moniz” or “jimtheactor” at these websites, and consider joining:
bitchute.com (say that one very carefully!)
vid.me (UPDATE: Vidme is closing down 12/15/17)
I will be adding exclusive content to all of these soon. (I have already been posting on the first two.) Please join me.
(Full Disclosure, which may get me canned: I work for a company that contracts with Google. Not for much longer. More on that later.)