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Conservative Commentator Faith Goldy Banned by Airbnb

Yes, really.

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Conservative commentator and former candidate for Mayor of Toronto Faith Goldy has been banned by Airbnb.

Yes, really.

“It’s been over a month since I’ve used @Airbnb,” tweeted Goldy.

“My inbox was littered w reviews like, “Cleanest guest ever!” “Prompt communication, highly recommend.”

This ban has nothing to do w my behaviour, it has everything to do w my politics.

No opt for recourse!”

This is by no means the first time people on the right have been deplatformed by companies.

PayPal, Mastercard, Patreon and others have all withdrawn services to dissident commentators because ‘reasons’.

Laura Loomer was even banned by Uber.

Forget social media, conservatives’ basic right to services and e-commerce is being withdrawn, but the Trump administration is yet to pass any kind of executive order to address the issue.

Just start your own bank! Just start your own Uber! Just start your own Airbnb!

Huh-dur muh free market.

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Founder of ‘Clap For NHS’ Movement Wants it to End

The cringe may finally be over.

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The founder of the ‘Clap For Carers’ movement, a weekly event where people in the UK applaud NHS workers, is calling for the spectacle to end because it has become too “politicised.”

“Annemarie Plas, a Dutch national living in south London, said she was “overwhelmed” by the support for the ritual, but said it was better to stop when it was at “its peak,” reports Sky News.

Plas, a yoga teacher, said, “Without getting too political, I share some of the opinions that some people have about it becoming politicised.”

“I think the narrative is starting to change and I don’t want the clap to be negative,” she added.

In reality, Plas is likely calling for an end to the event, which takes place every Thursday at 8pm, because it has begun to fizzle out and will begin to look increasingly pathetic as fewer people take part in it.

The optics of having one final big event will look far better than if the weekly clapathon was allowed to fade away.

As we previously highlighted, skeptics have pointed out that the event has turned into a bizarre kind of communal ceremony, with the NHS being deified as a religious institution.

Doctor and author Theodore Dalrymple says the NHS worship clapathon reminds him of communist despotism.

“It reminds me a little, in its tendency to get longer and louder and almost more hysterical, of the applause after a speech by Nicolae Ceausescu or other communist despot, in which everyone in the audience had to show himself as enthusiastic and the most enthusiastic applauder, and to continue applauding as long as someone else was applauding, for to be the first to stop might be taken as a sign of disloyalty and dissent from the official line,” wrote the author.

In the United Kingdom, the National Health Service (NHS) is treated as a religious institution by many, who insist that it is the “envy of the world” and a sterling example of the supremacy of government health care.

However, a ranking of health care systems by The Lancet medical journal placed the NHS below Estonia and Slovenia, finding it to have “an especially low score for cancer care.”

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IKEA to Employ “Social Distance Wardens” to Patrol Shoppers

OK, Karen.

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IKEA is set to employ “social distance wardens” who tell people how to behave in stores as a whole new jobs market for Karens is created.

The Swedish furniture giant announced today that it would open 19 of its stores across the UK on June 1st.

However, families hoping to make a day of visiting the store can forget about it – only one adult and one child per household is allowed.

“Other measures to ensure safer trading during the coronavirus outbreak include “social distance wardens” to help shoppers navigate a new one-way system,” reports the Guardian.

Get ready; Our whole society is about to be patrolled by a new breed of busy-bodies telling you how to behave, where to stand, where to sit, where you can walk.

Karens all over the world are rejoicing at the prospect of getting paid for what they love the most – interfering in other people’s business.

All this in response to a virus which, according to the CDC, has a fatality rate of 0.26%, making it no more deadly than a bad bout of seasonal flu.

We’re pedantically re-arranging our entire society around social distancing cringe and empowering an army of new enforcers to make our lives miserable.

All in the name of transitioning out of a lockdown which, according to innumerable experts, will be responsible for more deaths than coronavirus itself.

Genius.

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UK: TV Channel Briefly Goes Off Air to Encourage Viewers to Clap For NHS

No TV allowed during worship.

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Television channel ITV briefly went off air to encourage people in the UK to take part in the weekly ‘clap for the NHS’ event.

Yes, really.

“No TV allowed during worship,” remarked a Twitter user who took a photo of the message, which said, “We’ll be back soon – #ClapForCarers.”

Clap for carers is a weekly ritual whereby Brits are urged to stand outside their houses and on their balconies to applaud health workers.

The practice has been called cringeworthy and akin to a religious ceremony by some, but millions of normies across the country take part it in with relish.

As we previously highlighted, one mother who forgot to take part in the clapathon, which takes place every Thursday at 8pm, was publicly shamed by her neighbors on Facebook the next day.

In the United Kingdom, the National Health Service (NHS) is treated as a religious institution by many, who insist that it is the “envy of the world” and a sterling example of the supremacy of government health care.

In reality, as Dr. Theodore Dalrymple notes, “When the NHS was founded (when British healthcare was among the best rather than the worst in Europe) the population of France had a life expectancy six years lower than that of Britain; it is now two years higher.”

A ranking of health care systems by The Lancet medical journal placed the NHS below Estonia and Slovenia, finding it to have “an especially low score for cancer care.”

Dalrymple says the NHS worship clapathon reminds him of communist despotism.

“It reminds me a little, in its tendency to get longer and louder and almost more hysterical, of the applause after a speech by Nicolae Ceausescu or other communist despot, in which everyone in the audience had to show himself as enthusiastic and the most enthusiastic applauder, and to continue applauding as long as someone else was applauding, for to be the first to stop might be taken as a sign of disloyalty and dissent from the official line,” wrote the author.

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