Instead of losing your time on social media, why don’t you encourage websites that put out good information? That’s what we, in the political right, have to do to bypass censorship. The simplest way to do it would be to write commentaries directly on the websites themselves and not on the facebook or twitter page of these websites. That being said, unfortunately, some websites don’t have an independent comment section that allows you to do so. On some websites, it is possible to publish a commentary but only if you login on some social media first. Web hosts who do that are missing the point. If web users have to login on social media to comment an article of yours, they are not on your platform, they are on the one social media they use. That’s why it is imperative that right-wing web hosts create their own independent comment section on their website, if the one they use links with some social media. This way, comments written and published will stay there as long as you wish. They will not disappear at the will of some censorship czars. By creating networks of blogs and sites that link to each other and by writing commentaries directly on them, we will effectively be able to bypass social media. We have to stop depending on these multinational corporations to express ourselves. The day patriots, nationalists and dissidents understand that, things will start to change. We need to create our own tools and networks. Forget about Facebook and Twitter. The answer is at the tip of our fingers. Concerning video uploading now, PewTube seems to be a nice alternative to Youtube censorship, at least for the moment. We will see how things evolve in the future. Here are an article and a video from Red Ice TV where these issues of censorship on Twitter are discussed and analysed. The Weekend Warrior video features a section on twitter policies starting at 21:50.
Après la décision de Youtube de clôturer le compte de Boris Le Lay, ce dernier a décidé de changer de plateforme pour diffuser ses vidéos. Le site PewTube a la prétention de ne pas censurer les vidéos qu’elle publie en fonction de leur contenu politique. Espérons qu’ils ne feront pas marche arrière. Compte tenu du niveau de censure auquel les patriotes sont confrontés, c’est certainement une plateforme qu’ils peuvent utiliser pour diffuser leurs idées, tant que celle-ci restera libre et ouverte. Voici donc deux nouvelles vidéos de Boris Le Lay, publiées sur PewTube, où il explique et commente son exclusion de YouTube.