Thought this was a great reply from Parler today. It stands on it’s on.
1st Century Nationalism.
The right to communicate with other people online is a basic human right in the era of the online internet era. The internet is a fundamental part of modern social, economic, cultural, political and economic life. To censor individuals online is therefore not an exercise of corporate privilege it is a fundamental breach of basic human rights. The law and politicians must understand that the principle of The Open Society extends to the online communities as well as society itself. If corporations do not respect our online rights voluntarily, they must be penalized legally and financially until they do.
21st Century Nationalism @Thenewmediauk Via Parler