Cloudflare Kicks Kiwifarms Offline in Latest Escalation of Big Brother Censorship

The internet infrastructure company Cloudflare has kicked Kiwifarms offline in the latest major escalation of Big Brother tech censorship by the global elite.

Kiwifarms, a popular forum for internet trolls, has been blamed for coordinating cyberbullying and swatting campaigns. Even Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), in a pathetic betrayal of the 1st Amendment, called them to be booted from the web.

Now, MTG has her wish as Kiwifarms is no longer operational.

“We have blocked Kiwifarms. Visitors to any of the Kiwifarms sites that use any of Cloudflare’s services will see a Cloudflare block page and a link to this post. Kiwifarms may move their sites to other providers and, in doing so, come back online, but we have taken steps to block their content from being accessed through our infrastructure,” wrote CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince in his announcement of Kiwifarms’ banning.

“This is an extraordinary decision for us to make and, given Cloudflare’s role as an Internet infrastructure provider, a dangerous one that we are not comfortable with. However, the rhetoric on the Kiwifarms site and specific, targeted threats have escalated over the last 48 hours to the point that we believe there is an unprecedented emergency and immediate threat to human life unlike we have previously seen from Kiwifarms or any other customer before,” he added.

Big League Politics has reported on how Cloudflare allows pedophiles and their advocates to be on the internet but denies service to free speech websites:

In the wake of two mass shootings over the weekend, tech services company Cloudflare announced that they were denying service to 8chan, the controversial free speech website where killers have posted their manifestos.

Cloudflare wrote a blog where they congratulated themselves for enforcing censorship and taking another step on the road to Big Brother.

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