Google kicks off Google Play Store, the social media platform that was built as an alternative to Twitter, was banned on Google’s Play Store Thursday.

The move will make it impossible for users on Android phones and other Android-powered devices to use the app. According to Google Play Support, the app has been suspended and removed from Google Play as a “policy strike because it violates the hate speech policy” with links to the policy in question.

more on Daily Caller

Catholic Missionary Guy Pagès Sees His Wikipedia Entry Scrubbed and Twitter Account Threatened

Guy Pagès has a mission that is both ordinary and extraordinary. His call is to save the souls of men for his faith and he specialised in converting Muslims.

This is not only the space where Christian and Muslim culture clash, but where democrats and Social Justice Warriors can lose it.

Leaving Islam is still considered a sin worthy of death by many Muslims, not giving one’s all to rescue souls is a sin worthy of eternal punishment for some Christians.

However, a battlefield of ideas is provided by our cultural framework that we espouse, the field of democracy. Democrats like myself, who are neither Muslim nor Christian, are there to pick a side, the side of impartiality.

Muslims have all the rights in the world to try whatever they can think of to convert the whole country to Islam. The same right, however, must be guaranteed for Christians. The faith with the more convincing ideas may win more followers, and eventually even all. The belief systems may change and adapt in the same way Christianity and Islam have changed in the past, in the long process of their expansion.

As long as both sides abstain from violence that intellectual battle is welcome in the reign of a democracy. Non-violence, however, can only be guaranteed when both sides get their voices heard. This is the point where Social Justice Warriors fail our culture. Today, all battles of ideas are fought over the internet as Guy Pagès correctly acknowledges. Muslims have their presence already there and so does Guy Pagès.

While the Social Justice Warriors take no umbrage with Muslims who try to convert Christians, the legitimacy of  Guy Pagès presence, however, is constantly questioned.

We have now the ludicrous situation that his French Wikipedia entry was deleted while the short English language stub is not. And yet the Social Justice Warriors’ thoroughness must not be underestimated. Twitter has already warned to put ‘restrictions’ on Guy Pagès’ account.

He vows to continue his work against all odds. May the Lord be with him…and with the Muslims.

Statistics Professor Salil Mehta Banned from Google

Statistics professor Salil Mehta, adjunct professor at Columbia and Georgetown who teaches probability and data science and whose work has appeared on this website on numerous prior occasions, was banned by Google on Friday.

What did Salil do to provoke Google? It is not entirely clear, however what is clear is that his repeated attempts at restoring his email, blog and other Google-linked accounts have so far been rejected with a blanket and uniform statement from the search giant.

ZeroHedge reports



Milo Interviews Google Rebel James Damore

Milo is a talented interviewer. So this is probably the most accessible James Damore that we can get. The dangerous faggot interviews the dangerous Asperger. Enjoy!

German police raid Facebook user for posting Kurdish YPG flag

Police in Munich have raided the home of a left-wing activist who posted the flag of Kurdish militia YPG to Facebook. The YPG has helped German intelligence and receives arms from the US military in Syria. Germany’s conflicted attitude to Kurdish fighters was exposed once again this week when Munich police raided the home of a left-wing […]

more Peace and Freedom

Merkel Ally Drops Call for Cap on Refugees Entering Germany

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, AUG. 20, 2017, 8:54 A.M. E.D.T.

BERLIN — A key ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel says he’s no longer making a cap on refugees a condition for coalition talks after next month’s election.

Horst Seehofer, who leads the Christian Social Union that dominates politics in the southern state of Bavaria, called for an upper limit on the number of refugees Germany takes following the massive influx in 2015.

Seehofer’s party traditionally forms a conservative bloc with Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union and the two are projected to take about 39 percent of the vote in the Sept. 24 election.

The 68-year-old told public broadcaster ARD on Sunday that “the situation has changed, Berlin has changed course.”

Seehofer said he would aim to ensure the measures already taken to reduce refugee arrivals are protected by a future government.

Vietnam’s President Calls for Tougher Internet Controls

By REUTERS AUG. 20, 2017, 11:27 A.M. E.D.T. HANOI — Vietnam’s president called on Sunday for tougher controls on the internet in the face of dissidents who are using it to criticize the ruling Communist Party, and to combat threats to cybersecurity. Vietnam’s government has stepped up a crackdown on activists this year, but despite the […]

more on Peace and Freedom