The political centre should be silenced

WikiMANNia was indexed as “harmful to minors” in an act of state feminist arbitrariness on 9 January 2020.[1]

This is not an isolated case of silencing dissenters, in the case of WikiMANNia’s critics of feminism. In June 2020, 25,000 YouTube channels were deleted from YouTube[2], including Stefan Molyneux.

Stefan Molyneux comments on this:

This is Stefan Molyneux. As you may have heard, 14 years of my life, thousands of videos, billions of comments, hundreds of millions of views, and nearly a million subscribers has been destroyed, has been erased from YouTube.

The accusation is the usual one, that I’m fermenting violence and hatred and so on, which is not true at all. I have consistently promulgated the non-aggression principle and called for reason and evidence as the methodology by which we can resolve social disputes and differences. It doesn’t seem to have mattered, of course, the reality is that the book burning is underway. Myself and many other dissidents and anti-communist intellectuals and speakers have also had channels destroyed across a wide variety of platforms within the span of only one hour in what I assume is a highly coordinated effort to silence us. And it is a blow, don’t get me wrong, it is a huge blow, it is a huge challenge, and the goal of course is to remove the middle, to remove those of us who are looking for peaceful solutions, rational solutions, philosophical solutions, to social differences. To take us out so that there is no center to society and everyone can gravitate to the extremes wherein the tinderbox of violence can be lit in a revolutionary conflagration of brutality.

And I’m going to strongly urge you, my friends, to resist that temptation, resist that temptation to go to the extremes, to go to hostility, to go to rage, to go to violence.[3]

WikiMANNia can only agree to this.


[1] The indexing of WikiMANNia as a disguised act of censorship
[2] Maßnahmen gegen Rassismus: YouTube löscht sechs bekannte rechtsextreme Kanäle, Der Spiegel on June 30, 2020
[3] Postmoderne Bücherverbrennungen via YouTube (1:15-2:26 min.), Meinungsfreiheit 2.0 on July 3, 2020
      Concerning his deplatforming by YouTube yesterday, St. Efan’s statement on June 30, 2020 (Transcription from Molyneux’s comment)
[4] Stefan Molyneux: Why YouTube Deleted My Channel, Modern Wisdom on July 11, 2020 (69:26 min.)