Choice and Free Speech

January 11, 2021

By the Editor

Why is BORDERPOL on MeWe?

The simple answer is that it aligns with BORDERPOL's privacy policy and community standards. 

To quote official MeWe policies:

"MeWe has a Privacy Bill of Rights for its members, no political agenda, and common sense rules of respect, etiquette, and decency. A member’s politics, lifestyle, race, religion, background, sexual orientation, etc., are none of the company’s business. If members want to have conversations about political points of view, diets, medicine, exercise regimens, supplements, lifestyles, etc., we believe that it is not the job of a social media company to censor those conversations, as long as they stay within the boundaries of MeWe's TOS.

MeWe is home to upstanding, diverse members, and has ‘open group’ communities of all kinds, including those for sports, technology, entertainment, video games, fitness, health, travel, foodies, politics left and right, and more. MeWe is unlike "anything goes" sites and apps."


 "Unlike Facebook and Twitter, MeWe has no targeting, no newsfeed manipulation, and no way for advertisers, marketers, politicians, or anyone to boost anything to MeWe members. This prevents any information or opinion — false or true — from being broadly promoted. Members need to deliberately seek out information for themselves and cannot be targeted by others who wish to reach and manipulate their thoughts, purchase decisions, or votes."  

Certain global corporations with internet monopolies and their leadership present clear and present dangers to civil societies around the world. They are not elected government leaders protecting the interests of the people. They have exposed the technocracy that makes George Orwell's 1984 a pale imitation of what they represent. 

Mark Weinstein CEO of MeWe has taken a principled stand on the free flow of information across borders and platforms and we in turn support those principles.

Thomas Tass


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