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Barbados: Christian dance group disqualified for opposing 'gender identity' teaching (www.stvincenttimes.com)

Christian dance group in Barbados to launch legal action after ‘unconstitutional’ disqualification for challenging gende

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stevencasteel
stevencasteel
2 months ago

This is what Jordan Peterson says was Solzhenitsyn’s biggest takeaway from The Gulag Archipelago.

People are not allowed to speak the truth.

Today you get cancelled. Tomorrow you are kidnapped and put in a horrifying work camp.

It’s tough because you can’t just say “tell the truth anyway”. Tell the truth on Youtube and you get permanently banned. Tell the truth on Rumble or bitchute or Odysee and you will STILL get banned from YouTube. And a majority of sheep will proclaim “muh private business~~~ they can ban who they want. Stop saying bigoted or conspiratorial things online.”

So we get people self-censoring by completely avoiding certain topics, or using code-words so that their content doesn’t get flagged by AI. But even then, NPC snitches will still report you.

My gut still tells me that Peterson and Solzhenitsyn are right that telling the truth is the only way out of clown world.

I do think that decentralized blockchain-like technology is a part of this puzzle needed to move forward.

Kavanah
Kavanah
2 months ago
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I just watched a speech by Konstantin Kisin where he opened up a quote by Solzhenitsyn:

”The strength or weakness of a society depends more on the level of its spiritual life than on its level of industrialization. Neither a market economy nor even general abundance constitutes the crowning achievement of human life. If a nation’s spiritual energies have been exhausted, it will not be saved from collapse by the most perfect government structure or by any industrial development. A tree with a rotten core cannot stand.”
– Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

john
john
2 months ago

Violates freedom of expression