Google, Facebook and Twitter Have a Censorship and Suppression problem; USA.Life and 1776Free wants to be the solution

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What is USA.Life?

USA.Life and 1776Free seek to be the solution to Google, Facebook and Twitter’s Christian/Conservative worldview suppression problem

Christians and Conservatives alike already know they are strongly disliked and in many cases it’s raw hatred.  In fact, Jesus Himself said many would hate us because they hated Him first (John 15:18).  And online the story is no different.  Many of us have experienced first-hand, the suppression and/or censorship of our worldview by people who want nothing to do with the God of the Bible.  Just ask Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham, Michelle Malkin, Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh, Ray Comfort, Ken Ham, Donald Trump, Sarah Sanders, Dennis Prager, Ben Carson, Herman Cain and many hundreds of other prominent Christians and Conservatives how they are treated by those on the Left.  In fact, Jesus Christ, who is the Savior of the world, was spit on, whipped and murdered because he spoke about something people didn’t want to hear but needed to.  Today the name of Jesus is so hated, that not even Hitler or Muhammad’s names are hated as much to be used as cuss words to express disgust.   (For more about this check out the Good Person Test)

Countering Google, Facebook and Twitter

Enter Google, Facebook and Twitter. The big three, as I call them of the social media world are no different how they treat those with a biblical and conservative worldview.   Doing a typical search on Google, I personally have seen how the name Donald Trump will bring up a myriad of anti-Trump related links.  In fact, links from liberal media outlets such as the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC and others generally get priority on Google over Christian or Conservative news outlets.  In a similar way,  a search using the name Ray Comfort will bring up a host of atheistic related sites, many of which bash him or his ministry. And many sites that generally paint Mr. Comfort in an unfavorable light also get priority in the Google hit list.  See the Crazy Bible movie

Of course these search engine examples are minor compared to Facebook’s known censorship of conservatives.

And yet, in the world of social media there still might be hope for those of us who fear God.  A new social media networking site called USA.Life will allow Christians, Conservatives and any person who loves Freedom the ability to share with others their like-minded love of God, Country and America.  To support this effort please visit  USA.Life where they are currently seeking donations through it’s crowd-funding campaign.

Counter Google with 1776Free

A safe alternative to Google, 1776free will be a family and America friendly search engine that will not suppress searches relating favorably to Jesus, God and Conservatives who share a Biblical worldview.

Now We Need Some High Profile Conservatives/Christians to Get the Word Out

I had not heard of  1776Free or USA.Life until I found it through an advertisement on WND.com.  In order have the best chance at succeeding, especially while in the initial stages of development, I believe it will take high profile Conservatives and Christians to financially support and get the word out about this family friendly and Biblical faith friendly social media alternative.

Let me know your thoughts about having a site that is able to counter Google, Facebook and Twitter!


 

USA.Life – 1776Free

Fight Facebook’s censorship and suppression of conservatives – Fight4FreeSpeech.com

Chuck Norris: Facebook’s conservative censorship continues

Facebook, Google and Twitter Censorship Problem

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Facebook Censors Republican Elizabeth Heng

The advertisement you see above is by Republican Elizabeth Heng and has been blocked by Facebook.  Why? Because censorship of Conservatives, Christians and Republicans is becoming the new norm for Democrats and people who don’t want the masses to know what is true.

Facebook Bias and Censorship

Facebook has been known to favor the left in America.  They are not favorable to Christians or Conservatives in general.  Our worldview, specifically a biblical one, is in direct conflict and opposition with the worldview on the left.

Censorship of Republicans and Christians might be the latest attempt by the left to try to suppress the truth about God or Conservative idealogy but Rush Limbaugh has recently offered to explain conservatism to Mark Zuckerberg. Read it here.


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There is hope

Watch it! What Hope Looks Like!

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Why I Left Facebook

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Facebook Routine

For many people in life, connecting to people is essential to their well-being and Facebook is a big part of that sense of well-being.  Facebook is a routine like brushing ones teeth on a daily basis.  For me it was no different. A year ago I was so close to my Facebook and friends from other places (many of whom I did not know or know very well) that it began to become a problem.  You ask how so? How could connecting with a friend be a problem?  And to answer that question we must know why I left Facebook.

How do you compare?

As most people who use Facebook already know, the application lets the user “share” pictures, videos, ideas, projects, opinions and basically their life (if they so choose) with anyone else who is allowed to become a “friend”.  (Anyone can become a friend which I also find kind of ironic because if you have never met someone in real life or even know them, how are they really a friend?)

Now I used Facebook in all the many popular ways of sharing this and that but the trouble started when I began to compare my life with other people’s lives.  In an attempt to minimize some comparing however, I would avoid viewing the “news” feeds from some people while viewing only the ones I cared about.  But in the end I was still feeling dissatisfied.  For me Facebook was like that. Using Facebook was an exercise in dissatisfaction because other people where doing things and making things go and enjoying life while I was just……there I go comparing again. And Facebook made it easy. Facebook not only made it easy to compare but it also made it feel okay.  Now as a Christian I should know better.

Facebook Bias and Censorship

Facebook has been known to favor the left in America.  They are not favorable to Christians or Conservatives either.  Their philosophy simply rubs me the wrong way and besides it’s wrong.  It’s just another reason I don’t want to use Facebook.  In fact, Rush Limbaugh has recently offered to explain conservatism to Mark Zuckerberg. Read it here.

 

Censorship of Republicans

Censorship of Republicans is becoming normal for Facebook.  On YouTube PragerU has already been censored for educating people on realities and basic truths of life.  But recently Facebook took aim at Republican Elizabeth Heng. See for yourself how Facebook seeks to suppress certain information while it promotes sinful lifestyles and God haters on the left.  And then there’s the request for exemptions by big media.

 

Gossip

Did I mention the gossip aspect of Facebook?  In my opinion Facebook is a breeding ground for gossip whether it’s about truth or lies, gossip is everywhere on Facebook.  Since each user of Facebook is at liberty to post nearly anything that comes to mind, it’s anyone’s guess what might be said.  And when whatever it may be (good or bad) is said and is posted publicly, potentially hundreds of people (and probably more) have instantaneous knowledge of those intricate details. This information can be anything, whether it’s personal, funny, disgusting or sensitive, it’s all apparently fair game on Facebook.  And whatever it maybe that’s said or posted, everyone who’s a friend of a friend of a friend (of a friend) now knows.  I think you get my point. Sometimes this knowledge is helpful while other times it may do more damage than help.  And so my belief has been that if a person is not able to face the person and say it, then it probably shouldn’t be said on Facebook, especially if it’s not private.  And let us not neglect to mention what people post about themselves.  On Facebook it would seem just about anything goes and we all their to see it (or read it).  And so to avoid being caught up in any Facebook frenzies over words and pictures, I decided it was best for me to leave Facebook–before I said something publicly I might regret.  (That is why I post it on a blog……heh heh)

Addiction

Of course Facebook doesn’t have to be all about comparing ones life with another or sharing our lives publicly but I have since learned there is also an addiction aspect.  Personally I did not like the feeling I having each day that I must know what others are doing, saying, posting or thinking at any given moment and that they would gladly share it with everyone!  Pieces of their lives (and my own) were showing up in the “news” feed 24 hours a day.  It’s true, I am for the most part a private person but with Facebook, I felt the constant urge to tell all those “friends” what I think.  After all, they posted what they posted because they wanted my response, right? Here’s the best part. If your post is cute, disgusting, awesome, stupid or clever enough it might even get a like and a re-post! The cycle of feeling the need to know and feeling the need to share opinions and pictures never ends on Facebook.  And so after one year of feeling stuck inside the Facebook hamster wheel I finally made the plunge to leave Facebook for good (hopefully).

Now I beg someone to hit me over the head with a large brick if I ever join Facebook again. (not really….just use a board)

 

If you enjoyed this post, please like and comment below!  Oh, wait.  This isn’t Facebook but feel free to comment anyways.

 

Next, find out why I left Twitter!

 


Limbaugh: “Journalists and Scholars” Want Exemption from Facebook Fake News Rules

Rush Limbaugh Makes Offer to Facebook’s Zuckerberg, Execs

There is hope

Watch it! What Hope Looks Like!

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