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Andrew Yang and the Freedom Movement By Charles Taylor

     There is a movement away from Trump by dissent Righters who desperately want a daddy figure, as well as the allure of $1,000 a month; an illusion that no mainstream politician would ever get away with, let alone a Democrat. But what about free speech, a big thing amongst the Dissent Right? Well this article, cited below updates the massive censorship now in full speed. And it concludes with some insightful quotes from Yang, who will bring China-style censorship right to the US:

“Free speech has been under attack for a while, and efforts are ramping up across the globe to silence anyone who thinks outside the box.  Democrat presidential candidate Andrew Yang has even taken a Nazi-style approach to attempt to ban free speech.  Yang has promised to try to use the long arm of the government to “crack down” on misinformation.  Or information you are not supposed to think about. “We must introduce both a means to investigate and punish those who are seeking to misinform the American public. If enough citizens complain about a particular source of information and news is demonstrably and deliberately false, there should be penalties,” Yang explains on his website. *Only government-approved opinions beyond this point…”

  http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/youtube-continues-to-censor-alex-jones-bans-secondary-channel-over-nz-massacre-opinions_03212019
  https://dailycaller.com/2019/03/12/andrew-yang-democratic-debate/

     The Yang delusion shows how desperate, and intellectually bankrupt the Dissent Right have become, all because these young men lack strong fathers and probably lack adequate testosterone levels. My guess is that they are wanting a scorched earth policy, because that is precisely what is coming. Looking on the bright side, if Yang did manage to get the ying up, even for half of his schemes, under conventional economics and finance, the welfare system would crash overnight. Of course, we would argue, so much the worse for conventional economics and finance, and all the better for getting a social credit alternative up and running. Think of it as a new tree growing out of the decaying corpse of the old. 

 

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