The Censorship-Free Sites that are Taking on Facebook, Twitter and Google
New alternatives to Twitter, Google, Facebook rapidly emerging: These sites won’t censor you
by IWB · Published November 29, 2016
by: J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) Are you hooked on social media or use it to promote your business or cause, but are sick and tired of the Left-wing tyrannical censorship of either your posts or those of real news organizations that Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo and others have arbitrarily deemed “fake?”
Never fear. There are alternatives already out there, with more on the way. Besides that, these current and forthcoming sites are true free speech zones where you can say and post what you want, without the fear that it will be censored by the communist nannieswho run those other “mainstream” sites.
Launched last year by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger and founder/editor of NaturalNews, this alternative media-friendly search engine has been growing in popularity ever since. GoodGopher.com is Adams’ attempt to build the Internet’s largest search engine for those looking to find information and news about liberty, natural healing, central banks, food freedom, advanced legitimate science and several other topics that are not allowed in search sites controlled by zealous, censoring Leftists working with the NSA.
GoodGopher is the world’s first search site that is privacy-protected and which filters out corporate media propaganda and government misinformation. The site:
— Will never spy on users
— Includes no corporate/government propaganda disguised as “news” and “information”
— Features an “Honest Relevancy Algorithm” that is applied and weighted equally across all sites, playing no favorites or blocking legitimate reporting and science from independent sources
— Never includes any promotion of Big Pharma or other toxins/poisons
— Is not corporate-owned
And if you’re an independent media owner or journalist, you can submit your own sites to be indexed by GoodGopher’s search algorithms.
Developed by free-speech advocate Andrew Torba, GAB.ai is a Twitter-style network that combats censorship by allowing users to post whatever they want, saying what they want and expressing themselves as they want.
“If I had to pick a single event that pushed me over the edge to take action, I would have to say it was the suppression of conservative sources and stories by the incredibly biased Facebook Trending Topics team,” Torba said in an interview with Charlie Nash of Breitbart News.
Right now the site is very much in its beta form and there is a waiting list of at least 186,955 after this writer signed up to join. So clearly, as the site gains more attention and the focus on free, unlimited speech grows, so, too, will GAB.ai.
Another social media site that continues to grow because of its dedication to free speech and privacy is Seen.life. Its creators vow to never gather and/or sell users’ personal information, and “we don’t let search engines data mine your posts if you want to make that choice,” the site notes. Creators also want users to know that once they delete a post on Seen.life, it’s gone, because they don’t retain it.