Thursday, 23 May 2013

Looks like a Comments Closed day at the Telegraph. Not only have they blocked comments on all blog posts (does it even count as a blog post if there are no comments?) referring to the Woolwich attack; they have now apparently blocked them on all other topics, too, because people were ignoring the nominal subject of the articles and using the comments sections to air their views on the jihad incident. After initially being allowed, even comments on posts about Nigel Farage and the EU olive oil ban and quantitive easing by central banks are now banned. This is shameful. Democracy depends on public discourse. Not only do Europeans now face attack from members of colonist populations welcomed into the country undemocratically by an elite intoxicated with its own dangerous utopian fantasies. Now they're not even allowed to talk about it either.

I took out a digital subscription to the Telegraph recently. I'm now going to cancel it.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just got banned from the Dutch forum Fok! for speaking out against Islam. Never used a word of profanity. Never said anything racist. Just logic and reason, stats, figures, videos, poll results, etc. Too many bleeding heart liberals on there anyway...

Very interesting these polls:
http://markhumphrys.com/islam.uk.html
(scroll down to Opinions polls)

Anonymous said...

Oh and btw it wasn't even like was on Fok! purely to go on this Anti-Islam crusade or anything, that was not the reason at all! It's just that all these recent muslim attacks and riots came up and we were discussing it and at first the mods we're just editing my posts, then deleting them, and today I got banned.

Anonymous said...

I think I may be able to amass a smidgen of credit for forcing the Dhimmi Telegraph to close down all comments: on one of those non-articles, I posted a comment suggesting that since the DT had lost 12% of its readership in 2012, it could ill afford to make closure of comments on its blog sites a regular feature and, so...I suggested that once the DT resumed normal blog posting comments facilities, that everyone should begin posting, on every blog regardless of its subject, calml, rational, dispassionate and informative facts of Islam (you know the usual verboten: doctrines, practices, Mohamed, Jihad...) whereupon, either the DT would be forced again to close its comments facility, resulting in loss of revenue it could ill afford, or it would be dragged kicking and screaming into allowing freedom of speech.

Perhaps some 'editor' became nervous at my proposal realising how monetarily fragile the newspaper could be rendered. May I therefore take this occasion to suggest that the DT's blogsites, whatever their subject, should be packed with the truth about Islam? Of course, if anyone wishes to cancel their subscription, that too might just help the cause of freedom. In the US, this media censorship has done wonders killing off readership numbers at the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times.

Remember, every little bit helps.

Anonymous said...

The same is happening over on the Huffington Post.

The left-wing media are desperate to keep info that this was as an act of Islamic terrorism from spreading.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

Yeah, you can do it using the Incognito window in Google Chrome. That's actually what I do when browsing on the web. I only got the digital subscription to have it on my iPad in a more convenient form.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

Also, I somehow imagined that there would be a lot more content in the subscription version. But there isn't. It seems really shallow. It's just what you see on the web.

Anonymous said...

yes, i made the same mistake of paying for a digital subscription but it's all higgledy piggledy much like the website, then with their increasing dhimmitude and blatant perfidious treatment of free-speech i decided to boycott them by using the method i detailed above.

have you seen jake wallis simon's post about "have 1.1million people liked the EDL?" ? he writes as if it's the most horrific thing you could ever do, akin to liking a facebook group that encourages defecating on mentally disabled toddlers.

it ends with this screamer: "Either way, it is possible that if you've "liked" RIP Woolwich Soldier, you may have unwittingly "liked" the EDL."

honestly, what a gormless twat; i'm never giving another penny to any UK publication

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

Yes, Wallis Simons is one of the worst of them. Almost every other post of his has the comments turned off.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Cheradenine, i used some of your quotes at http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread949138/pg1#pid16436383 after i realised just how accurate it was, i had to repost to a wider audience, unfortunately, some people really are dumb enough to not see what is in front of their face.

Anonymous said...

Almost(but not quite) beyond belief that DT has banned all comment. I, too,am cancelling subscription.
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