41 thoughts on “Ezra Levant asks UN's David Kaye about social media censorship, Tommy Robinson”

  1. Just as a random example, i remember Greece before and after the EU was implemented. It's all about the dismentlement of existing sovereign states which are now ruled by shady bureaucrats with their own agendas.

  2. How could TR contact them if he's been de-platformed and even unpersoned. The British gov't (or MSM) would not bring up his treatment because they are the culprits responsible.

  3. EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: The active government of the UK is conservative. As far as I'm aware, the conservatives did not pressure YouTube and Facebook to ban Tommy.

    As I understand it, it was members of the Labour Party that were bullying the tech giants to remove Tommy. There are even videos on here that show a YT rep being absolutely grilled and shamed by them, in an attempt to silence him.

    And it worked.

    If I'm wrong on this, and you have actual specific information, please reply and comment. But my understanding so far, is that it was the opposing party (socialists led by Jeremy Corbyn) that targeted TR.

    So even without being actually in power, they shut him down. I shudder to think what would have happened if they were actually in charge, and were actively drafting laws..

  4. Talk after the show, then runs out the back door. The news has seemed to be scripted theater for decades. When Trump first said "Fake News" I laughed, he said it out loud for all to hear.

  5. So called leaders in media at a big conference somehow aren't familiar with the details of the biggest media issue in the country at the moment… ok sure buddy.

  6. David Kaye is the current United Nations special reported re; the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression since August 2014…
    … And he didn't know the particulars about Tommy?
    Surely he must watch the BBC?
    Isn't he being hosted by Britain to attend this charade of a conference?
    ..Listening to David spin and lie was sickening to watch.

  7. Didn't understand a thing. There was NO answer in his 'answer'. Great job Ezra! You have represented thousands across globe who wanted to question them.

  8. Is it just me… I listened re. his response about Tommy Robinson…but I could not make any sense of David Kaye's reply…I think, sadly, he was just blagging it. An opportunity missed yet again.

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