It didn’t take long for the left’s latest yokai to get big tech censorship.
A video of incoming Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, who was breathlessly described as a “fascist” by the media, has been removed by YouTube, the video site owned by Google.
YouTube recently removed a video of a speech Meloni gave in 2019. In the video, she offers a conservative vision for her country.
Next is the thing that makes people shake their heads.
Watch the video and ask yourself if there is any reason it should be reviewed:
Why was the video taken down?
export of liberalism Reasons for deciding to ask YouTube Why did they remove this video from their website. The answer, of course, is “Oops! Our bad!”
YouTube responded to Reason with the following explanation:
“After careful review, we determined that the video did not violate our Community Guidelines and it has been reinstated. We enforce our policy regardless of the speaker’s political views, and when we notice a video has been removed in error, we will Review the content and take appropriate action, including reinstating the video or channel in question – as we did with this video.”
Giorgia Meloni delivered speeches about the sanctity of the individual and criticized the state, before her speech was scrutinized by the authorities for violating accepted standards.
People called her a fascist, not an authoritarian who thought she needed to silence her voice. https://t.co/YX7XcD1Dmg
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Why all the fear?
How many people believe this explanation? How many people think it won’t happen again? again and again?
Why is the left so frightened of a woman who, until recently, was barely heard of outside of Italy? What did she say in that talk that YouTube doesn’t think anyone can handle?
A big reason, it’s an umbrella for many others.
First, Giorgia Meloni is on the “wrong” side of the political spectrum. Here is an excerpt from what she said in a speech she gave at the 2019 World Congress of Families:
“They say it’s shameful that people defend natural families based on marriage, want to increase birth rates, put human life in perspective, support educational freedom and say no to gender ideology.”
In an interview with The Washington Post, She considers herself a conservative, She defines what this means: “The issue of individual liberty, private enterprise in the economy, educational freedom, the centrality of the family and its role in society, the protection of borders from unrestricted immigration, the defense of Italian national identity… “
Sound like someone else you know? This is an unapologetic defense of what the left is trying to wipe out here and in Europe. They are the values on the Italian ballot, and they are evident on the American ballot in November. The left knows this.
that’s why Italian and American media Need to push her down after a rush. On MSNBC, Beacon of Tolerance Joy Reid described Meloni’s victory as “a big victory for neo-fascism.”
New York Times, In their review of the Italian electionthey say “fascism” or “fascism” 28 times when they don’t call Meloni “far right.”
Georgia Meloni in Italy:
“Why is family the enemy? Why is family so terrible? Because it defines us. Because it is who we are. Because everything that defines us is now the enemy of those who want us to stop having an identity and simply be perfect for consumption. slave” pic.twitter.com/vymKEffFgQ
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wait! Where are the feminists?
With her election, Georgia Meloni became Italy’s first female prime minister. What a wonderful day for women! Isn’t that what feminists are all about? Wouldn’t it be a good thing for a woman to be elected head of state of a famous European country?
Of course yes, but there is only one problem, she is a Conservative Miss. Feminists only make sense when they celebrate liberal women. If you’re a conservative woman, you’re fair game.Ask Sarah Palin, Nikki Haley, Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, even Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY).
Because they hold conservative beliefs, conservative women are attacked for their looks, their intelligence, and anything else that brings them down.
Strong women like Giorgia Meloni don’t need feminists. This is probably what they hate the most about her.
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