“Free Speech” Platform Parler Is Back Online After Amazon Ban…Then Promptly Bans Milo Yiannopoulos For Offensive Speech

Parler Bans Milo Yiannopoulos

“Free Speech Platform” Parler Bans Milo Yiannopoulos For Offensive Jokes Less Than 48 Hours After Returning Online From AWS Ban.

Within 48 hours of returning from being deplatformed “Free Speech” platform Parler has banned Milo Yiannopoulos for making offensive jokes.

Parler went live on Monday, after being offline for roughly a month after Amazon decided to terminate Parler’s hosting services without any prior notice of wrongdoing.  Apparently, Amazon did not like the “Free Speech” platform that Parler offered using AWS (Amazon Web Services).

During the process of the AWS deplatforming gaping security holes were exposed. The entire Parler app and it’s all of its user data was compromised. Several leftist hacker groups took full advantage of this exposed user data and downloaded it.  The hacker groups have stated that they plan to use all of the hacked user data to punish their political opposition. It seems that leftists these days are not a fan of free speech.

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Parler it seems is also not a huge fan of “Free Speech”…

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The National File,  reports that “eyebrows were raised when it was discovered that Parler’s new web hosting provider, SkySilk, bans undefined “hateful content” from being hosted by them, with SkySilk “reserving the right to refuse to provide service” to customers that host “racist, pornographic, hateful material or those which create customer service or abuse issues for us.”

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The CEO of SkySilk, Kevin Matossian, issued a statement saying that they are “well aware that Parler has received an aggressive response from those who believe their platform has been used as a safe haven for bad actors.”

Matossian added “let me be clear, SkySilk does not advocate nor condone hate, rather, it advocates the right to private judgement and rejects the role of being the judge, jury and executioner. Unfortunately, too many of our fellow technology providers seem to differ in their position on this subject.”

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The statement continued that “SkySilk feels that Parler is taking the necessary steps to better monitor its platform and applauds their release of new Community Guidelines.”

After hearing about SkySilk’s regulations on “hateful” content, Milo Yiannopoulos, the right-wing provocateur, decided to stress test Parler and see what he could get away with on the site now with the new regulations.

Yiannopoulos, who is gay himself, posted statuses such as: “who wants to gay bash with me this weekend?”; “I mean this with all the Christian charity and compassion in the world – homosexuals should be hanged”; “death penalty for illegal immigrants when? I don’t get why we don’t shoot on sight,” among other edgy comments.

Parler considered most of these to be violations of their terms of service, and they proceeded to ban his account by setting it to private, and changing the password so Yiannopoulos was no longer able to gain access to it, meaning Parler seemingly does not have the ability to ban users. Anyone now attempting to tag the @Milo account on Parler found his name came up as “@blocked” instead.

When reached for comment by Gateway Pundit, Yiannopoulous said “just had a nice hour-long chat with a senior Parler executive. I said I’d consider coming back if I were immune from all punishments and they built me a custom ‘Messy Wine Mom’ badge. They’re thinking about it.”

Perhaps Milo Yiannopoulos should consider creating an account on a real free speech platform like Vomvos. It seems that everyone is claiming to be about “Free Speech” but when it really comes down to it they aren’t.  Recently the new “Free Speech” platform Clouthub banned several of our staff without any prior warning or notice.

 

 

 

 

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