Category Archives: Censorship

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James Damore opposes Google corporate PC

Will James Damore’s protest against Google’s corporate program to impose political correctness have as much impact on the fortunes of feminism and political correctness as did the witch hunt that targeted Tim Hunt? Will the impact last as long as did the reverberations of the troubles encountered by Tim Hunt? It is not a question of the glass being half-full or half-empty. It is – more realistically – that, to a man dying of thirst, a drop of water in an empty bucket may seem as if it will save his life, while, more objectively, the man better try to find more water, as one or two drops will not … Continue reading

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Google search bias quantified, constitutes censorship

Last updated 2017 09 22, to show updated Google Analytics data and to reflect those in the subsequent Observations. The article identified here indicates that a substantial bias by Google Search exists and is obvious and measurable. The bias is in essence censorship of conservative websites (making information that they present difficult to find or causing links to such information on conservative websites to be effectively absent from search-return lists) versus ranking items that fit the liberal agenda to be high and at the top of search-return lists. The article analyzes that issue, but the analysis is a bit shallow. Some examples are indicated in the article, but those are … Continue reading

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SEO important web page ranking experiences

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is important SEO is important for anyone who runs a website or a blog.  Blogs are websites, too. Read this commentary, and decide if you should worry about SEO. Believe it or not, I set out to make this a short article, but that was difficult.  It relates to a complex issue: How to influence people, many people, through using the Internet.  It also relates to some things that make it difficult to achieve that.  I dropped the fleeting thought of keeping it short.  By the way, SEO is a misnomer. It is not the optimizing of search engines but the optimizing of web pages, so … Continue reading

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Website Censorship by O2 – Update

Website censorship is real.  Today I updated the second widget in the sidebar at the right, “Recipient of the O2/Symantec Recognition Award”, to reflect that the address had been changed for the O2 URL-checker – by which O2’s website ratings as to whether a given website is rated “Blocked” or not can be checked. The censorship by O2 is for all practical intents and purposes still in effect.  Certainly, if O2 were to respond to inquiries (they don’t) as to why the blocking of the website of Fathers for Life and that of its blog is still in effect, they would argue that no censorship on their part exists. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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Nobel laureate Tim Hunt resigns after ‘trouble with girls’ comments

Nobel laureate “UCL professor steps down after saying he was in favour of single-sex labs because girls fall in love with men, and ‘when you criticise them, they cry’” Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme on Wednesday, Hunt says he didn’t mean to cause offence but added he “did mean the part about having trouble with girls” Ben Quinn Thursday 11 June 2015 07.52 BST [Tim Hunt is a] Nobel laureate who said that scientists should work in gender-segregated labs and that the trouble with “girls” is that they cause men to fall in love with them has resigned from his position at University College London (UCL). Tim Hunt, … Continue reading

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Update on anti-male Internet censorship

Update on anti-male Internet censorship A few PC problems, such as trying to overcome the tendency of my laptop to crash when I was trying to back it up, prevented me from being very active on Facebook or on this blog, while at the same time there are things that need to be done outside, in the garden, but for now I have a chance to catch my breath. Trying to catch up on what was happening in the outside world,  yesterday and today, I found that the men’s rights movement is increasingly becoming aware of the intensification of the war against men. The war is real.  It is not … Continue reading

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Australian Govt Admits: We Censor Websites

Australian Govt Admits: We Censor Websites By Paan Alberta Another government using its repressive power to stifle dissent Australia [Polliter.com], Sunday, May19, 2013: In March, polliter.com exposed that the Australian Government was actively censoring twitter and social media to prevent and identify “dissidents” – people voicing opposition to the scandalous corruption and mismanagement of the Labor government. In subsequent articles we revealed that not only was this going on in the social media environment, but may extend to other web-sites, and include identifying the names and locations of anti-government citizens….(Full Story) _________________ Note: Flipping “the bird” and engaging themselves in censorship are not all that Julia Gillard and her government … Continue reading

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Status of the O2/Symantec censorship issue

Status of the O2/Symantec censorship issue There are at least close to 90 pro-male, pro-family, and anti-feminist websites that have I found are classified as hate-sites or that in some other way violate unspecified  standards by O2 (a large multi-national telecommunications service provider) and Symantec (vendor of Norton Antivirus).  A list of affected sites and blogs in contained in the right-hand side-bar of this screen, under the heading Roll of Honour. A virtually identical list is accessible at the website of The Rights of Man (UK). Some of the links are to web pages with dynamic content (so-called aggregators), web pages that are denoted by O2 as perhaps not being blocked, … Continue reading

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Does Reddit help to raise awareness on men’s issues?

Does Reddit help to raise awareness on men’s issues? Without a doubt, it does.  The question is on account of what issues, by how much and for how long. Consider the information contained in the trend line of page views over time that shows to what extent the numbers of page views at Fathers for Life were affected by three different Reddit events, in one of which (and in a follow-up to it) Erin Pizzey had an active part. Notes on the pages that were and on the ones that were not affected by the Reddit events: http://fathersforlife.org/mens_issues/manliness.htm (The discussion focused on fatherlessness producing killer kids and generated 3,484 page … Continue reading

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Things feminists hate shopping list (part 5)

Things feminists hate: The fifth portion of the list of web pages and graphics that fell victim to a feminist hacker attack, Apr. 19, 2013 http://fathersforlife.org/images/sencools.jpg That photo had been targeted also in the previous hacker attack, March 15th, 2013 http://fathersforlife.org/mens_issues/manliness.htm Male Identity Crisis Social Engineering Has Produced Killer Kids By Richard Lessner Manchester, New Hampshire Union Leader, August 12, 1998 The majority of violent crimes are committed by young men between the ages of 15 and 25.  Increasingly, however, we are seeing horrific crimes being committed by younger and younger boys…. http://fathersforlife.org/php/Joni_Mitchell.htm (That web page had also been targeted in the March 15th, 2013. hacker attack.) In about 1997, … Continue reading

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