by Travis Mateer
If you love censorship and thought control, then 2021 is the year for you.
Artists and other content creators have had a good run at doing whatever they want, but that’s over. Now is the time to responsibly adjust the perimeter of what’s acceptable.
Ian Brown is learning this the hard way. He created a song and that song is simply not appropriate in our current bio-medical security state paradigm. Thankfully Spotify realized what needed to happen. From the link:
Ian Brown has claimed that his controversial anti-lockdown song has been removed from Spotify in an act of “censorship”.
The Stone Roses frontman is a vocal critic of lockdowns, mask wearing and the coronavirus vaccine, and in September released a song titled “Little Seed Big Tree” documenting his stance.
The track features lines such as: “A sonic lockdown, state shakedown, a mass breakdown / Put your muzzle on, get back in your basket / Get behind your doors cos living here is drastic.”
Boy, what terrible lyrics. I’m so glad Spotify removed this awful hesitancy spreader (song) before it impacted some weak-minded people into questioning the dictates of authority.
Patreon is also continuing to do their patriotic duty by censoring content creators, even if the offending content is on a DIFFERENT PLATFORM. Now that’s dedication!
Another focus of authoritarian censorship has been directed at footage taken of the January 6th “insurrection” at the Capitol. While any of that footage was taken down and the creators who posted footage often demonetized, some critical clips of the alleged altercation between rioters and Brian Sicknick were used without crediting the creators who took the footage.
If you’d like to know what it’s like to be demonetized while, at the same time, having your first-hand footage used by the government, here is the Convo Couch telling their story. Happy Friday!