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After review: Parler founder said: “We will be back on Tuesday”



The following is a summary of posts from Saturday night, January 9 John Mattz of Paller The big technical review of the free speech social media platform:

How to help
1) Return to Parler on Tuesday. Com or use the side-loaded android version or use the Parler version you have installed. (Or maybe we will go back to the store😝)
2) Check if there are messages from Parler in your email and spam
3) Call members of Congress and Senators, write letters and email them, and expose this anti-competitive behavior. On both sides of the island.
4) Cancel your Amazon subscription and discard Apple. Google/android does not perform better, but you must wait until the Linux phone is finally ready.
5) Don̵

7;t leave angry messages, but complain politely to Amazon, Google, and Apple via email and phone.

After Amazon suddenly revoked our access, we should operate normally within less than 12 hours of downtime. This is unprecedented.

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Amazon will shut down all servers at midnight on Sunday (tomorrow) in an attempt to completely eliminate freedom of speech on the Internet. When rebuilding from scratch, Parler may not be available on the Internet for up to a week. We are prepared for such incidents and never rely on Amazon’s proprietary infrastructure and manufacture bare metal products.

We will do our best to migrate to the new provider immediately, but Amazon, Google and Apple intentionally do this to coordinate their efforts, because we know our options will be limited and we know that this will cause the most damage. Because President Trump was barred from entering technology companies.

This is a coordinated attack by technology giants aimed at killing market competition. We were too successful, too fast. You can foresee that the war on competition and freedom of speech will continue, but don’t count on us.

We are the closest thing to competing with Facebook or Twitter in years. I believe that Amazon, Google and Apple work together to ensure that they are not competing.

They will not win! We are the world’s last hope for freedom of speech and freedom of information.

What they are doing is unprecedented, unfounded, and absolutely disgusting. shameful.

This is a fight against all of us. Liberals, conservatives, atheists, Christians, blacks, whites, etc. They want to maintain a monopoly on speech. They want us to fight. They don’t want us to work together. They don’t want us to cooperate with each other, they want us to hate each other.

Parley- brings together two people who have conflicting ideas. Our mission is freedom of speech, democracy, and we have the power of the people. The elites don’t want us to be free, they want to hate division and power!

To win this battle, we need to return to Parler every Tuesday. By noon on Monday, we will be fully operational again.

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Apple will ban Parler until we give up freedom of speech, develop broad and aggressive policies such as Twitter and Facebook, and by prosecuting innocent people who previously used Parler for crimes, we will become a surveillance platform.

They claimed that this was caused by violence on the platform. When we ranked first in their store today, the community disagreed. On the same day, the annoying violent suggestion “Hang Mike Pence” went viral across the country on Twitter. Apple and its huge technology package, which demonstrates the dreaded double standard, is suitable for the community.

Apple is a software company, and there is no other option to install apps on mobile phones except in stores. We don’t own mobile phones, Apple just rents them out to us. Apple, Google and other big anti-competitive technology hegemons coordinate their actions and work together to stifle market competition.

Since we have many options, more detailed information about our next plan will be available soon.

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