While I’m far from the first to report of it unveiling, I don’t really give a fuck – so I am writing this review here today. But, last night I decided to test out Donald Trumps newly unveiled tool/creation – an official web page launched by the White House designed solely to report the “unfair” closing of social media accounts While Trump is doing his best to sell this as an anti-censorship endeavor, indubitably, this move was designed to show support for the alt-right, White Nationalists, White Supremacists and neo-Nazi’s – essentially, the foremost outspoken groups in favor of our Commander In Chief.
If you need any proof of this, look no further than the fact that, starting just about two weeks ago, Facebook began blocking “White Nationalists.” This also adds to a very serious crackdown on conspiracy theorists and outspoken members of the alt-right over recent months/years, such as Alex Jones and Milo Yiannopoulos – just to name a few. However, what I think most people are missing, or deliberately ignoring, is the fact that this crackdown is not only just effecting racists and extremists on the political right. Believe it or not, the crackdown have also effected many of my fellow “Comrades” working for on behalf of both Anonymous and CyberGuerrilla. For example, over the course of the last month alone, Twitter has closed the accounts of LulzSec Kurdistan, Pinoy LulzSec, International CyberGuerrilla A Column, and has even begun scrubbing the hashtag #CgAn offline as much as possible.
The censure of @Twitter on hashtag #CGAN its clear who speak of truth is checked.
Please bro and sis of Anonymous
follow https://t.co/oS1PrpaLDR#Cgan #Anonymous #Cyberguerrilla pic.twitter.com/uCMmcUqDiS
— Anonymous ☮️🏴 (@aka_Gb) April 21, 2019
Twitter continues to suspend our comrades accounts.
— Anonymous (@LatestAnonNews) April 12, 2019
To this effect, I decided to investigate Donald Trumps new tool by reporting the closing of @CgAn_Doemela – a loose collection of CyberGuerrilla activists with over 21,000 followers which was inexplicably closed by Twitter just a couple weeks ago. For those of you whom haven’t used or investigated the tool for yourselves, I was actually quite surprised. I say this because the vast majority of information asked by the White House is about yourself, who you are, where you live, what social demographics do you belong to – et cetera. In fact, out of maybe 13 questions, only 2 of them are about the social accounts you are reporting closed in the first place 🤔.
Needless to say, while my actions were sincere, they were also kind of a troll – just to see what the White House was up to and to investigate whether or not they care about the closing of accounts of activists on the extreme political left, in addition to those on the extreme political right? I suppose we will have to wait to find out and see. In the mean time, if you haven’t tried to tool for yourself, you can access the White House’s page below.
White House Reporting Tool: https://wh.gov/techbias
— Anonymous Unity (@Anon_Loki) April 12, 2019