THE BANNED! (How ironic, once more).
TPV: “Our ethos is to allow EVERYONE’S opinions!”
A guy I know called Mark decided to state his opinions on the TPV Facebook page. He was good enough to pass the comments to me and asked me why, considering the “non censorship” ethos and “we must allow everyone to have a voice even those who disagree with us”, The People’s Voice would censor him and ban him from making further comments. Yes, they happened to criticise but is that not what this “openness” is meant to be all about? He didn’t swear or curse; he stated issues relating to the presenter and her guests and how he simply felt that a good enough job was simply not being done. He did advise me personally, that he thought the entire thing was amateurish and total crap and thought he could probably do a better job sitting on his toilet with a camcorder facing him (from the waist up), but he didn’t actually say that on the FB page. He simply criticised (as any critic would and, certainly in the msm which, David Icke himself actually links to regarding the Mirror article on the death of the young boy). So what is it about Mark’s comments which were so outrageous that TPV felt they had to ban him from any further comment?
He did not post any links to my blog so it can’t be that. He replied to any and all comments/replies to his posts with respect. So what do you think TPV were so scared of huh? He was even getting flak from their supporters so then he was disallowed from responding. The posts are still there but Mark’s ability to post anymore or reply to comments has been removed.
Everyone’s opinions? No censorship? Doesn’t appear that way to me.
Here are Mark’s posts. You’ll note at the time of posting, he also had a comment section to reply to. Later, his ability to comment (and post) has been entirely removed.
The first 3 pics are taken just after he posted (within minutes) showing he clearly had access to comment. The next 3 pics are then taken 3 or 4 hours later. The posts themselves still exist but, unknown to the other posters and commenters, Mark cannot now reply to them. It’s like “disappearing” someone and allowing those who have debated with him to feel that they have “won” something. It’s brilliantly done. It doesn’t look like censorship by TPV it just looks as if Mark decided not to comment further. The posts will be forgotten and, going forward, there is no further criticism to handle. “We don’t censor” say TPV! lol
Mark even made the conscious decision not to promote Earthling’s blog. He wanted to speak for himself rather than have people think he was speaking Earthling’s words. Yet, even though this blog was not promoted in any way or even referred to, TPV felt they had to shut Mark up. 😉
Again, it appears, quite spectacularly, that this organisation does not walk its talk and that dissent of any kind is unwanted and will be dealt with.
David, Sean, Sonia: You’re scared shitless of someone that can see right through you!