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  • Digital Authoritarianism

    A form of  governing system which involves the use of information technology to surveil, repress, and manipulate the populace, endangering human rights and civil liberties, and co-opting and corrupting the foundational principles of democratic and open societies, “including freedom of movement, the right to speak freely and express political dissent, and the right to personal […]

    262 Points
  • Mandatory

    An authoritative obligatory term that used in the context of some person or law having the authority to issue a command which is a common practice in collectivist societies because of people’s blind submission to authority.

    189 Points
  • Ten Stages of Genocide

    Gregory Stanton’s eerily familiar list of red-flag actions undertaken by governments over the last century -and copied by the democrat party today- on their way to committing mass murder.

    250 Points
  • Experts

    Unelected officials who have unlimited political power with no checks on them but yet run the government and dictate policy without governmental position, see Fauci.

    251 Points
  • Censorship

    A prerequisite for authoritarianism in which free speech, public communication, or other information against the establishment is suppressed on the basis that such material is considered objectionable, -phobic, harmful, sensitive, racist, or “hate speech”.

    269 Points
  • Star Chamber

    A special court for the power elites in the past that was separate and superior to the courts used for average peasants.

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  • Emergency Orders

    The mandatory imposition of draconian diktats without legislative approval, judicial review or scientific citation that close businesses and school,  disrupt social and family relationships in the name of public health.

    229 Points