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American journalists are censored, threatened on college campuses and images pertaining to “crybullies” are blocked from Facebook, while reporters in Turkey are arrested and lawyers assassinated, and in France Alternative News websites are being shut down and Green activists are being placed under house arrest. In Canada a man who has worked tirelessly and relentlessly to expose the damage done by the Fukushima nuclear reactor meltdowns and the subsequent coverup of said damage was arrested, then gagged, had his video evidence deleted by YouTube, while Facebook censorship against conservatives continues unabated.
From one end of the globe to the other, physically, and virtually on the Internet, truth is being silenced.
AMERICA– Free speech has been under attack in college campuses across the nation, while journalists attempting to cover the antic of those dubbed as “crybullies,” have been threatened, evidenced by one high profile example that was captured on video where Melissa Click, an assistant professor of mass media at the University of Missouri, confronted Tim Tai, who was documenting the protests telling him to leave. When Tai refused citing his First Amendment rights, Click asked the crowd “Who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? I need some muscle over here.”