Things are different than they used to be. We all know the feeling of dread when posting or talking about something controversial, and this dread has silenced us. It's not censorship. The government isn't doing it. We are. To ourselves. Across business, education, politics, and entertainment.
A good film filled with wonderful moments; I'm 70, and grew up in a liberal home, but am conservative by temperament, so most of the ideas expressed are not new, but are being expressed from the point of view of the right, rather than the left; the truths are the same truths from the 50's and 60's, but you have to live through them to know that; young people should view this, but probably will not; we oldsters will smile and nod, and remark that they're preaching to the choir;
Watch as people in all areas where free speech should be common place tell the harrowing tales of what happens when they"step out of line." The autism doctor is especially troubling given the severity of the consequences of being silenced.
I think this move able to show the deepest hole we falling in as a society - self censoring, abanding discuttion, comforting ourself with imaginable reality and dreams. To be really free you must be out you comfort zone, defending and testing you ideas with logic and arguments beacause it is the only way to make it right on you own and not be a slave of indoctrination
Interesting and varied perspectives from people in the areas of science; comedy; journalism, social media, the arts, etc. on how limited/censored speech impacts them and generally is detrimental to the fabric of our society. Dershowitz was brilliant addressing the issue of free speech in the university setting and for that reason alone this should be a required watch for all college age students. Obviously the atmosphere of most colleges today needs to change and this would certainly be a step in the right direction.
It's a collection of interviews about censorship in America. Many of the interviews have interesting perspectives. If you haven't heard about this issue, then it's something that you should watch to get the perspective. People interviewed are both from the left and right in politics, and it's mostly about political speech. It is well produced and very professional.
Overall, if you were aware of this issue and paying attention to it during the 2016 election, none of it will be new for you. However, this is valuable for posterity and for introducing new people into the issue.
Very good, very important information. I liked the way it dealt with different fields, medical, legal, etc., bringing awareness to how the corporate globalist perspective tries to prevent dissenting views, protocols, and ideas, and presenting an alternative. Watch this.