Has Parler been canceled?

They may be trying to blacklist Parler to keep it off the internet.


Since Google and Apple removed the app and Amazon removed it from online, other people and entities seem to not want to touch them.
 

Howie

Active member
They may be trying to blacklist Parler to keep it off the internet.


Since Google and Apple removed the app and Amazon removed it from online, other people and entities seem to not want to touch them.
Just saw an interview with the CEO of Parler. He vows Parler will be back.
 

Ignatius

Member
They may be trying to blacklist Parler to keep it off the internet.


Since Google and Apple removed the app and Amazon removed it from online, other people and entities seem to not want to touch them.
The Nazis hate free speech which is why they will ban parler
 

Buzzard

Active member
Good Germans is an ironic term — usually placed between single quotes such as 'Good Germans' — referring to German citizens during and after World War II who claimed not to have supported the Nazi regime, but remained silent and did not resist in a meaningful way.[1][2] The term is further used to describe those who claimed ignorance of the Holocaust and German war crimes. Despite these claims, post-war research has suggested that a large number of ordinary Germans were aware of the Holocaust at least in general terms: captive slave laborers were a common sight; the public knew Jews were being deported to Poland; and the basics of the concentration camp system, if not the extermination camps, were widely known.[3]

Despite the Nazi regime's efforts to keep the mass murder of Jews a secret and destroy any evidence of mass killings, hundreds of thousands of Germans were involved to some extent in the genocide: participating in the killings directly (Einsatzgruppen); guarding (SS-Totenkopfverbände) and administering (SS Main Economic and Administrative Office) the camps where Jews and others were systematically murdered and worked to death; and providing support for both the civil and military authorities which facilitated the machinery of genocide.

Proverbs 24:11
If thou forbear to deliver them that are drawn unto death,
and those that are ready to be slain
;

12 If thou sayest, Behold, we knew it not;
doth not he that pondereth the heart consider it?
and he that keepeth thy soul, doth not he know it?
and shall not he render to every man according to his works
?

and the world saw the results of such;
the Allied Powers bombed the cities of Germany to Rubble


but 300,000 plus of those Red Neck s so despised by Hillery
paid with there own blood to put a stop to
Hitlers :devilish: "Socialist Progressive Democrat" :devilish:Party
unfortunately its still alive and well in the Land of the Free
 

Mike McK

Active member
They may be trying to blacklist Parler to keep it off the internet.


Since Google and Apple removed the app and Amazon removed it from online, other people and entities seem to not want to touch them.
I was on Parler for a couple of months, pretty much from the beginning. While I appreciate what they were trying to do, it was frustratingly difficult to use. I do hope they come back, though.
 
Some want to ban, censor, silence and police things they deem dangerous or against their so called terms of service like on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter but on other platforms and sources. The problem is they fit a lot of stuff in that "dangerous and terms of service" that is just a difference of opinion and view from their ideology and is not actually dangerous or against their terms of service. But they lie and say it is and there is little recourse because of their power.
 

LifeIn

Active member
Some want to ban, censor, silence and police things they deem dangerous or against their so called terms of service...
They are not just "so called". They are the legitimate terms of service that these businesses are entitled to enforce in return for the privilege of using the service they provide.


The problem is they fit a lot of stuff in that "dangerous and terms of service" that is just a difference of opinion...
That is not a problem. That is a solution.


and view from their ideology and is not actually dangerous or against their terms of service.
That needs to be established on a case by case basis.



But they lie and say it is and there is little recourse because of their power.
Sure their is recourse. Just don't use their service. No one is forcing you to go on YouTube.
 

Reformedguy

Well-known member
They are not just "so called". They are the legitimate terms of service that these businesses are entitled to enforce in return for the privilege of using the service they provide.



That is not a problem. That is a solution.



That needs to be established on a case by case basis.




Sure their is recourse. Just don't use their service. No one is forcing you to go on YouTube.
So if I won't bake a cake for a gay wedding they should just use another baker right?
 

Howie

Active member
They are not just "so called". They are the legitimate terms of service that these businesses are entitled to enforce in return for the privilege of using the service they provide.
And the terms of the US Consitution gives the citizen the right to criticize them publicly
 
They are not just "so called". They are the legitimate terms of service that these businesses are entitled to enforce in return for the privilege of using the service they provide.



That is not a problem. That is a solution.



That needs to be established on a case by case basis.




Sure their is recourse. Just don't use their service. No one is forcing you to go on YouTube.
This was more about the context of "but on other platforms and sources"
 
Some want to ban, censor, silence and police things they deem dangerous or against their so called terms of service like on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter but on other platforms and sources. The problem is they fit a lot of stuff in that "dangerous and terms of service" that is just a difference of opinion and view from their ideology and is not actually dangerous or against their terms of service. But they lie and say it is and there is little recourse because of their power.
In addition to the above for more context:
What some like Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Apple and Amazon are doing is based off of what they deem dangerous and not in their terms of service, they are banning people and companies. That is not the whole point. The point is that they are using this same criteria with their power and influence to keep other people and companies from doing their own thing. For example, many companies and platforms don't want to help people that want to start their own companies or platforms because they fear losing their business/app with Amazon, Google or etc. Another example, if a company wants to start up but they need to have a business relationship with visa, Mastercard, American express or discover but due to Google's/Amazon's/bad ideologie's influence, the credit card companies won't do business with that new company then that makes it very very difficult for the new company to start up.

The bad liberalism ideologies are being intertwined into how some are doing business and if some don't bow down to that bad ideology than they don't get business.

This is not right. It appears to be that a segregation of ideology is starting.
 

Whateverman

Well-known member
Since Google and Apple removed the app and Amazon removed it from online, other people and entities seem to not want to touch them.
No one has a right to server time.

If Parler wants to stay online and running, it needs to pay for the infrastructure.
 

Whateverman

Well-known member
No one has a right to server time.

If Parler wants to stay online and running, it needs to pay for the infrastructure.
That isn't what this is about.
Paying for your own servers and internet access and security is EXACTLY what it's about.

Facebook users, Youtube users, Parler users - they pay nothing for those services. As such, they really use the applications as long as Facebook, Youtube and Parler allow it.

Parler is a user, too, and it uses servers and network infrastructure that belong to other people.

Just like you have no right to use Facebook, Parler has no right to server time - unless it owns the servers et al.
 
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