They Commence With De-Trumpification

After the Nazis were defeated in World War II, Germany adopted a policy called “streitbare Demokratie,” or “defensive democracy.” The idea was that protecting German democracy required stripping Nazis of their rights and effectively erasing the Nazi era from history, given the obvious dangers of Nazism. Part of this effort was called denazification. Presently, newspapers cannot print Nazi propaganda. Citizens have no freedom to speak in favor of the movement. Nazis don’t find work in Germany.

Now, nobody is going to find Americans defending any Nazis—and rightfully so. But there should be precisely zero support for defensive democracy in the United States. From the American founding, the answer to people who use their rights for ill is for more people, …

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Fight Back Against Tech Tyrants: Dan Bongino Partners with Parler

Leading social platform and media star join forces to promote a free and open Internet

LAS VEGAS, NV – Parler, the People driven social platform, today announced that it has joined forces with popular commentator, author, and talk show host Dan Bongino. Mr. Bongino will take an ownership stake and leadership role at Parler.

“Dan Bongino is the single most articulate, intelligent, and powerful voice standing up to Technofascism,” said Parler Strategic Investor Jeffrey Wernick. “Dan is a true warrior for Liberty. Mr. Bongino and Parler have been fighting the same battle: to reclaim the Public Square from the Tech Tyrants and restore our right to speak free.

“Now, we stand together, resolutely fighting to reclaim the Public Square which

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Parler is thrilled to release the Tech Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights.

Leading social platform unveils framework to get back to a free Internet as part of #Twexit campaign

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Parler, the People driven social platform, today released a plan to return to the original vision of the internet. The document is laid out in two parts: A Declaration of Independence and a Bill of Rights. The Declaration lays out the grievances with the censorship and data abuses of Big Tech Companies while the Bill of Rights states the free and permissionless nature the internet must be allowed to enjoy for it to thrive.

From the Bill of Rights:

The Internet was created to be a place of endless promise, made possible by ethics, enlightened self- interest, …

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Parler Leading the Way out of Twitters Digital Inquisition

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Parler, the People driven social platform, today condemned Twitter’s labeling of two tweets by President Donald Trump as “misleading information.” The President’s tweets asserted that mail-in voting raised the risk of election fraud, a controversial topic that has legitimate support for his position.

The plan to label and undermine the tweets of key figures was first introduced as “interstitial” during an April media interview by CEO Jack Dorsey. As Dorsey promised, Twitter has now begun inserting their corporate editorial content to censor the original messages of World Leaders. “Twitter is not a public square, not a place for dialogue or the free exchange of ideas, and certainly not Social Media,” said Parler Strategic Investor Jeffrey Wernick. “Twitter …

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Facebooks “Oversight Board” just an Excuse for Technofascism

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Jeffrey Wernick, legendary Investor and Strategic Advisor to Parler, today issued the following statement addressing Facebook’s Content Oversight Board.

“Facebook’s Content Oversight Board has generated a lot of discussions. Some cite it as another example of power over speech. Others have discussed the number of people on the Committee. Still, others focus on the names mentioned and their alleged biases and preferences. I cogitate all this is a distraction and diversion from the real issues. Facebook is a private company and is allowed to set its own Terms of Service. As Facebook has scaled, its bargaining power has strengthened since its users do not want to lose the audiences or the monetary value they have built, and prefer …

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