January 10, 2016

TWITTER PUNISHMENT OF BREITBART’S MILO YIANNOPOULOS SPARKS REVOLT:

Twitter’s notice to Yiannopoulos doesn’t specify the violation he is alleged to be guilty of, and while the gay conservative provocateur is, indeed, an outspoked presence on social media, it stands to reason that if he’d really done something to violate Twitter’s policies, he’d be suspended, not unverified. A person can’t say something that makes them less of who they are.

Franz Kafka never intended The Trial to be a how-to guide; if you’re unfamiliar with the portmanteau of “Kafkatrapping,” Eric Raymond’s 2010 post is an excellent introduction to a key facet of how the 21st century left operates.

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