Pontefract and Castleford <a href="http://www.wakefieldexpress.co.uk/news/twitter-too-slow-to-remove-abuse-claims-mp-1-8744087">MP Yvette Cooper is claiming that Twitter has been "too slow" to remove "abusive material"</a> from the internet. Cooper, the chair of the Reclaim the Internet Campaign claims to champion the cause of harassment, hate and extremism online. Reclaim the Internet is working in coordination with the women's rights organization The Fawcett Society to work hand in hand to banish any "crimethink" down the "memory hole" to use an appropriate Orwellism.
Racist and sexist abuse online will not be tolerated in our modern age online, but in a world where think tanks like Committee for Immigration Studies are marked as "hate groups" by Southern Poverty Law Center and their ilk the line between acceptable thoughts (and by extension convictions, opinions, feelings, etc.) and "wrongthink" is growing increasingly demarcated. For instance, in Britain, where grooming gangs are free to stalk the street and prey on young girls, the authorities fear "naming the villain" for fear of breaching political correctness, meanwhile, tweeting your disgust as the latest violence wrought by migrants can earn you a seat in the pokey quicker than you can say "London has been overrun."
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Muslim Grooming Gangs in England. That they know about. More to come. Just a matter of time and typically in a Labour biased town. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Islam?src=hash">#Islam</a> <a href="https://t.co/EQvU9kWlAl">pic.twitter.com/EQvU9kWlAl</a></p>— ScorpioAndrew (@31_Barrington) <a href="https://twitter.com/31_Barrington/status/905814415148244993">September 7, 2017</a></blockquote>
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Islamophobia (opposing Sharia law and unrestrained immigration) and anti-semitism (questioning the overreaches of Zionists) <i>are</i> attended to, but not <strong>quickly</strong> enough according to RTI and Fawcett. In some cases in "England"/IngSocLand citizens are jailed for expressing outrage at the latest fundamentalist attacks.
<quote>“Twitter accepted that these posts breached their standards but a week later they still hadn’t responded and done anything about it. They were just too slow.”</quote>
Meanwhile, <a href="http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/839509/Britain-towns-cities-asian-grooming-gangs-Newcastle-Rochdale-Rotherham">courts have ruled an Asian street gang's practice of "grooming" underage, white girls as sex slaves</a> is <i>not</i> a hate crime because… reasons?
As MP Cooper laments: <blockquote>“We understand progress has been made in tackling abuse and that internal data showed that Twitter is ‘taking action’ against 10 times more abusive accounts than this time last year. This is, of course, welcome. “However, we still do not believe you are going far enough or acting quickly enough to make your site an abuse-free zone.”</blockquote>