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David Vance in conversation with Rebecca Butler

By Patrick Van Roy On July 6th, 2020

1. Has Black Lives Matters disfigured sport?

 

2. China has removed freedom from Hong Kong. So what now?

 

15 Responses to “David Vance in conversation with Rebecca Butler”

  1. Never mind that. The only question anybody’s interested in is why David Vance has just deleted his entire back catalogue of over 100,000 tweets without a word of explanation. Whatever could he be afraid of?

  2. I believe David has finally lost interest in using a social media site which allows some lefty weirdo’s to personally attack both him and his views, and has migrated to Parler.

  3. Mike

    What does that mean. Shouldn’t users be allowed to attack each others views. Isn’t that the whole point of a debating forum ? How will Parler work. Will responders only be allowed to agree with each other ?

  4. Mike Cunningham, on July 7th, 2020 at 4:17 PM Said:
    I believe David has finally lost interest in using a social media site which allows some lefty weirdo’s to personally attack both him and his views, and has migrated to Parler.

    Masterson, are you listening?

    masterson , on July 7th, 2020 at 10:08 AM Said:
    Never mind that. The only question anybody’s interested in is why David Vance has just deleted his entire back catalogue of over 100,000 tweets without a word of explanation. Whatever could he be afraid of?

  5. Personally, I see nothing wrong with the question. It’s not an attack on anyone, it’s a simple question, which was apparently answered at 4.17 PM. I think David spoke of the Parler site in the video with Katie Hopkins etc.

  6. It’s an absolutely legitimate question and was answered above.

    It’s not an attack on anything.

  7. masterson, on July 7th, 2020 at 10:08 AM Said:
    Never mind that. The only question anybody’s interested in is why David Vance has just deleted his entire back catalogue of over 100,000 tweets without a word of explanation. Whatever could he be afraid of?

    The likes of you if he had any sense.

  8. Personally, I see nothing wrong with the question. It’s not an attack on anyone, it’s a simple question, which was apparently answered at 4.17 PM.

    It’s not the whole story, actually, since he has resumed his Twitter activity since my comment this morning. The reason for my query is that he was publicly threatened with legal action – a threat now scrubbed from the internet – by somebody with whom he had very recently locked horns. To delete almost a decade’s worth of tweets is quite a dramatic gesture, and one that is open to interpretation.

  9. To delete almost a decade’s worth of tweets is quite a dramatic gesture, and one that is open to interpretation.

    Go on then – give us your interpretation 🙂

  10. They were discussing this Parler on one of the news channels the other day. Apparently it was set up as a free speech alternative to the increasing tendency of Twitter to censor supposed Right wing hate speech, with Parler promising to be more open to dissenting views from both sides. However the news report went on to mention that Parler had already banned some left wing leaning people from joining. Intolerance seems to be catching !

  11. Go on then – give us your interpretation 🙂

    He just did Allan.

  12. Colm,

    However the news report went on to mention that Parler had already banned some left wing leaning people from joining. Intolerance seems to be catching !

    It’s funny isn’t it, they complain about the censorship on Twitter and then implement censorship themselves.
    I remember when Conservapedia started up, stating the reason of censorship and bias on Wikipedia. Whilst implementing the same censorship and bias on things they didn’t agree with.

  13. Dave – if I started up an openly partisan site and the opposition joined, would that not be viewed as infiltrationist with a view to causing damage? Twitter and the others are openly leftist so those who have opinions which would be banned on Twitter should leave.

    The reason for my query is that he was publicly threatened with legal action – a threat now scrubbed from the internet – by somebody with whom he had very recently locked horns

    Is this correct?

  14. Allan

    But my understanding is that Parler has not set itself up to be a right wing version of Twitter. It claims to exist as a protest against the growing censorious nature of Twitter. If it is to be true to its principles it should welcome both Right wing ‘refugees’ from Twitter and the consequent left wing ‘infiltrators’ – with a loud and proud motto of:

    WELCOME EVERYONE NOW GET STUCK IN 🙂

  15. Allan.

    The reason for my query is that he was publicly threatened with legal action – a threat now scrubbed from the internet – by somebody with whom he had very recently locked horns

    Is this correct?

    I don’t know if that’s correct or not Allan, because I don’t know David reason for leaving Twitter.

    You should know my views on on social media by now.
    Private companies that perfectly entitled to ban whoever they want. At the end of the day, it’s their decision who they allow on their site. Wheather you or I agree with that decision or not.
    My personal opinion, if I was running a social media site would be to allow everybody on regardless of whether I agree or disagree with them. Which is why I like ATW.