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Some time ago Google censored and de indexed Bigger Fatter Blog based on complaints from angry jealous fat girls who hate men and hate the fact that I have proven that fat people gluttons. That is what they found offensive. Finally Google, not wanting to be sued removed the warning on my Bigger Fatter Blog and re-indexed it.
Google is a corporation and they have no obligation to protect freedom of speech and is at liberty to censor what ever they choose. There is no doubt about that. It's different with public broadcasting which is publicly funded.
I will be contacting free speech champion Larry Flint to inform him of this blatant violation of free speech.
It's no secret that the US is no longer a functioning democracy and President Jimmy Carter said as much while Ron Paul called American government corporatism and a mild form of fascism.
I am not the only one concerned about the disturbing censorship trend in public broadcasting.
If you have been a victim of 89.3 KPCC or other public broadcasting censorship please contact them and complain. Report your experience to the ACLU of Southern California and see if they will file suit against PBS.
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_in_the_United_StatesJump to Broadcast censorship - It can issue fines if, for example, the broadcaster employs ... foul language, and the coarsening of public entertainment in ...
- www.democracynow.org/.../did_public_television_co...May 30, 2013 - Filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal say plans for their new documentary to air on public television have been quashed after billionaire ...
- act.watchdog.net/petitions/3100Citizen Koch," a documentary on how Citizens United has warped American politics, was promised funding by public television, but executives withdrew support ...
- www.nytimes.com/.../don-t-censor-public-broadcas...Feb 6, 1992 - It's not surprising that the Republican Party's right wing finds public broadcasting "too liberal." Public television and radio reach out to diverse ...
The New York Times
- www.ejumpcut.org/archive/.../EdlPublicTVCenshp.htmlAt the same time, these sources, and the major outlet for film and video, public television, directly and indirectly censor work they disagree with politically.
YouTubeMay 30, 2013 - Uploaded by democracynowhttp://www.democracynow.org - Filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal say plans for their new documentary to air ...
- nofilmschool.com/2013/.../public-broadcasting-censorship-ifp-film-week...Sep 18, 2013 - Directors threw caution to the wind Monday at the IFP 2013 Film Week, engaging in a heated on-stage debate during the “When ...
- www.newyorker.com/.../2013/.../130527fa_fact_mayer...May 27, 2013 - Public television's attempts to placate David Koch. ... of their new owners, either through executive mandates or through self-censorship.
The New Yorker