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    Default Mark Bunker suspended from YouTube!

    Mark Bunker's account on YouTube has been suspended! His account, xenutv, is gone! This results in many video's on http://www.xenutv.com getting a "Not available" notification.
    After "The Profit", "The Bridge", "What's the matter with you, hat?", Shawn Lonsdale being silenced, Tom Cruise's video removed from YouTube and the pressure on booksellers in England, Australia and New Zealand not to sell Morton's book: Yes, the CULT is at war again.
    And what does the CULT say about free speech?
    "Man has the inalienable right to free speech"
    Yeah, right, just for the CULT!
    This way the CULT is exposing itself for what it is: an dictatorial and
    totalitarian organization in the tradition of the former USSR, Nazi-Germany and
    today's North Korea.

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    Why did they suspend him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Schilte View Post
    Mark Bunker's account on YouTube has been suspended! His account, xenutv, is gone! This results in many video's on http://www.xenutv.com getting a "Not available" notification.
    After "The Profit", "The Bridge", "What's the matter with you, hat?", Shawn Lonsdale being silenced, Tom Cruise's video removed from YouTube and the pressure on booksellers in England, Australia and New Zealand not to sell Morton's book: Yes, the CULT is at war again.
    And what does the CULT say about free speech?
    "Man has the inalienable right to free speech"
    Yeah, right, just for the CULT!
    This way the CULT is exposing itself for what it is: an dictatorial and
    totalitarian organization in the tradition of the former USSR, Nazi-Germany and
    today's North Korea.
    You have still got the right to "free speech" but you have to accept what those in authority decide what constitutes free speech.

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    Actually, you always have the right to free speech no matter what those in authority say or do.

    If you exercise your right to free speech, there may be different consequences depending on who holds the power, but you never do not have the right to free speech - even in Scientology.

    Human rights are inalienable.

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    Well I hope this gets fixed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RolandRB View Post
    You have still got the right to "free speech" but you have to accept what those in authority decide what constitutes free speech.
    Or decide what you accept as authority and where you choose to try to speak.

    Funny how "speech" flows to the open channels, and the channels that restrict, dry up and disappear.

    alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanzo View Post
    Actually, you always have the right to free speech no matter what those in authority say or do.

    If you exercise your right to free speech, there may be different consequences depending on who holds the power, but you never do not have the right to free speech - even in Scientology.

    Human rights are inalienable.
    "Somebody some day will say 'this is illegal.' By then be sure the orgs [Scientology organizations] say what is legal or not."

    - L. Ron Hubbard, Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter, 4 January 1966, "LRH Relationship to Orgs"

    You are right of course. Even having the right doesn't mean one is allowed to exercise this right: Hubbard said so himself.

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    To what degree media permits and promotes free speech?

    To what degree it alloys itself with special interests?

    We have a mixed bag here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Schilte View Post
    "Somebody some day will say 'this is illegal.' By then be sure the orgs [Scientology organizations] say what is legal or not."

    - L. Ron Hubbard, Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter, 4 January 1966, "LRH Relationship to Orgs"

    You are right of course. Even having the right doesn't mean one is allowed to exercise this right: Hubbard said so himself.
    I was wondering why Mark Bunker was kicked off youtube.

    Was he given a reason?

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