Censorship / Totalitarian Regime / The Crossroads

Censorship

My Twitter account has been deactivated, so has my Patreon page and Mailchimp’s newsletter. My posts are shadow-banned or just plain deleted on Youtube, Facebook, and LinkedIn. We don’t have freedom of speech anymore. A worldwide totalitarian regime is being setup. Even my comments are deleted and my blog banned.

This means that what I am exposing is well-researched, important information that you should check and verify. For instance: https://www.bitchute.com/video/Gu0adWCEG9jO/ Please share! And please share this blog www.rioguzman.com whenever you can; it provides critical facts and vital information that our corrupt system wants to suppress. Please be aware that if we don’t understand the situation in which we find ourselves, we can’t make the right decisions.

Crossroads

Humanity has reached a crossroads. We still have the opportunity to change our course and destroy our shackles. But we must take action now. We must not submit, and we must spread the word. The media won’t. Please do! The future of our children is in our hands.

Solutions

Coming!

What’s coming is already here (Israel)

https://www.bitchute.com/video/oKdvH1IzrwoG/

International Crime Court

https://www.globalresearch.ca/icc-goes-after-israel-nuremberg-code-violation-complaint/5740213?fbclid=IwAR2dR9ZEL1MjQWnwGYeDgaX4FZFWw0YFY82FSS96obXKKhpOnkmx420-Qls

Google Buzz’s Pros and Cons | Miguel Helft | New York Times

Apparently Google Buzz is something to handle with care (or stay away from) for a while. Here are some of the concerns raised by MIGUEL HELFT in the NY Times.

“… what Google viewed as an obvious shortcut stirred up a beehive of angry critics. Many users bristled at what they considered an invasion of privacy, and they faulted the company for failing to ask permission before sharing a person’s Buzz contacts with a broad audience. For the last three days, Google has faced a firestorm of criticism on blogs and Web sites, and it has already been forced to alter some features of the service.

E-mail, it turns out, can hold many secrets, from the names of personal physicians and illicit lovers to the identities of whistle-blowers and antigovernment activists. And Google, so recently a hero to many people for threatening to leave China after hacking attempts against the Gmail accounts of human rights activists, now finds itself being pilloried as a clumsy violator of privacy.”

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