TikTok Bans Users From Searching the Term “White Lives Matter”
TikTok recently prohibited users from searching the term “white lives matter”. The video hosting service did so on the grounds that the term is connected to “hateful behavior.”
Paul Joseph Watson of Summit News noted that when people search for profiles or video with the term “white lives matter”, they receive a message that stated the following:
No results found. This phrase may be associated with hateful behavior. TikTok is committed to keeping our community safe and working to prevent the spread of hate. For more information, we invite you to review our Community Guidelines.
TikTok employs the same method to prevent people from looking up individuals who are considered to be “hateful.”
This policy TikTok has used reflects elite consensus on issues concerning race. Anti-white groups like Black Lives Matter are given preferential treatment, while groups defending white interests — i.e. the people who founded this country — are cast to the side.
The phrase “white lives matter” made headlines following Kanye West’s latest move to reveal his latest line of products with the slogan. He designed this line with Candace Owens.
Earlier in 2022, Instagram gave West a temporary suspension following a rant he made after learning that his 8-year-old daughter was allowed to pull off a pro-LGBT TikTok dance routine.
While West is no principled political figure, his willingness to speak his mind and unwittingly expose uncomfortable truths about American politics makes him an unconventional threat. For that reason, the censors at Big Tech will try to clamp down on West and any discourse that goes against the regime narrative.