When the Twitter shuts the door

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When the Twitter shuts the door

There are more and more cases of closed or restricted accounts by Twitter and Facebook.

An account of the British journalist Milo Yiannopoulos was closed. The Facebook account of a teenager speaking of sexual abuse by Muslim refugees in Germany was closed as well. The biggest networks of exchange on news and ideas began a campaign of censoring of opinions. There are unconfirmed suspicions that some search engines put the pages that contain anti-Muslim sentiment down the page rank, effectively blocking free speech.

When the Twitter shuts the door ? How people who think differently are going to exchange information?

The solutions are there.

First of all, the subjects that cause the accounts to be blocked can be called differently. Example: a certain religious political ideology can be called QH267. Everything you write about that religion is the same, except the name. Use QH267 instead.

Another bypass of political censorship is using UBSRD technique. Example: Let’s say you do not approve refugee policy of your Government. Instead of saying against the policy, publish an absurd article stating that taking millions of refugees is great. The absurd is evident to anyone with some knowledge of how society, economics and politics work. Yet, you will not be accused of racism and xenophobia.
Another example. It is well known that gays are being executed for being gays by Muslims, following the commands of Holy Book. The UBSRD article like the one following, will spark the debate and disseminate the knowledge without you being accused of Islamophobia. Islam is not a threat to LGBT because Islam is Religion of Peace and Tolerance. 

Another safeguard for your freedom of speech is backing up your opinions on independent portals such is this site. You can submit the screenshots of your Tweets and Facebook posts for safekeeping before they are deleted by admins of Tweeter and Facebook. You can provide your commentary in point form. So, it is free and easy. The comments to your posts are also free and require no registration.
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