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Former Leader West Cancelled by Eventbrite Fruitcakes
The event violated their "community guidelines"
Eventbrite is not so bright. According to American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU), where former RPT Supreme Leader and gubernatorial candidate Lt. Col. Allen West now works, Eventbrite arbitrarily canceled their Memorial Day event because an attending veteran could win a gun and some ammo. The estrogenic metrosexuals at Eventbrite shut down the event because guns are evil apparently.
Do you know what type of events “woke” tech company Eventbrite values and promotes? How about naked yoga, semen retention, and “meet a black person?” Regarding that last one, is there anything more inherently condescending and racist?
Do you want to know what type of events offend Eventbrite’s “less durable” sensitivities? Memorial Day weekend gatherings for veterans and military honoring our country and those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
ACRU Executive Director LTC Allen West (ret.) is hosting the Memorial Day weekend event in Belton, TX, paying homage to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Eventbrite recently canceled this event, stopping all ticket sales, saying that the event honoring the fallen does not comply with Eventbrite’s “Community Guidelines.” The particular issue appeared to be a component of the event, which would offer free ammunition and a new firearm to one of America’s heroes. It appears to be lost on Eventbrite that the veterans and military being honored actually used weapons to defend our freedom.
The writer then makes the “private company” defense of censorship (never mind that Eventbrite is a virtual monopoly, and we have hundreds of laws regulating private industry). However, he goes on.
The year 2022 is becoming the year of the great “woke corporation” expose. In recent news, Disney has found itself on the hot seat for taking outrageous advocacy positions in favor of human sexuality discussions in school. Early, formative years school programs — kindergarten through third grade. Apparently sick and tired of tech tyrant censorship and outright political advocacy, Mega-entrepreneur Elon Musk bought Twitter. Already the rats are fleeing and covering their tracks. Thousands of conservative users and organizations are reporting massive increases in engagement and followers, literally beginning on the day Twitter’s board of directors accepted the tender offer. Could it be a quick and dirty cover-up effort before the audits begin?
We have to wonder, how many companies will fall on their swords before shareholder lawsuits begin? Woke corporate policies rarely increase shareholder value. How about getting out of woke politics and back to business?
On a surface level, it sounds like decent ideas are proposed. With Elon Musk restoring Twitter to normalcy, and Disney getting deservedly crotch-kicked by Desantis, it seems we are finally winning. Sadly, this is arguably not so.
While Musk is improving Twitter, with Leftists screeching in mental agony and purging themselves from the platform, he still has strange ties to transhumanism (particularly brain chips), and some libtarded skeletons in his closet.
However, many still believe the “invisible hand” of Libertarian superstition will somehow un-woke everything, despite being as real as the Easter Bunny. Musk is the exception rather than the rule regarding billionaire oligarchs; the others, for instance, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Larry Fink, and Albert Bourla tend to be pro-Neomarxist, and endlessly profit from globalism and its detriments.
Take for example Blackrock, which often chooses investments based on ideology, as much as they deny it. Worst of all though, while gouging the housing market, Blackrock is among the main companies behind vaccine passports, associating with the World Economic Forum.
While we are aware there are some (like Musk) using their influence in a positive fashion, should common America have to depend on California and New York billionaires to be heard? After all, these same autocratic tycoons are trying to drown out their voice via legalized ballot stuffing.
Lesson learned: corporate America, whether Eventbrite, Blackrock, or Facebook, does not have our interests in mind, and must be halted from Leftist sabotages. As Desantis demonstrated in Florida, and Abbott refused to do in Texas, combatting groomers and woketards can be accomplished.
That said, further action is still necessary. Other measures include cutting off subsidies to companies censoring conservative voters and undermining Texas, as well as trust-busting monopolies using power for subversion. Before you blabber about regulating monopolies being communism (or other libertarian drivel), remember that there was a time Republicans seemed to care about their voters and crushed some monopolies controlling the American economy; one was Theodore Roosevelt, whose face is emblazoned on Mount Rushmore.
Stopping endless corporate control is not only conservative but as Republican as the party logo’s elephant. Instead of operating in the Left’s “moral” framework, conservative leaders should be unafraid to demand and enforce policies that benefit fellow Texans. Do not be afraid when you get called “racist,” “nazi,” or another meaningless ad hominem, besides “you take the most flack when you’re over the target.”