Parler CEO Responds to Amazon Hosting Ban: It is a ‘Coordinated Attack by Tech Giants to Kill the Competition’

Parler CEO John Matze responded that Amazon has removed the platform from its hosting services, calling it a “coordinated attack.”

Amazon kicked Parler out of its web hosting service on Saturday, which means the platform will be offline until they find a new host.

The ban goes into effect Sunday, effectively shutting down the platform Tories have flocked to since the big tech giants began banning Tories.

In an article on Speak, Matze wrote that “Sunday (tomorrow) at midnight Amazon will shut down all of our servers in an attempt to completely suppress free speech on the Internet. Parler may not be available on the internet for a week as we are rebuilding from scratch. We have prepared for events like this by never relying on proprietary Amazon infrastructure and building bare metal products. “

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“We will do our best to switch to a new vendor now, as we have a lot of competition for our business, but Amazon, Google and Apple have deliberately done this as part of a coordinated effort knowing that our options would be limited and knowing that it would cause the most damage. just as President Trump was banned from tech companies, ”the statement continued.

Matze concluded that “this was a coordinated attack by the tech giants to kill the competition in the market. We have succeeded too quickly. You can expect the war on competition and free speech to continue, but don’t count us. “

Speak was faced with what can only be described as a coordinated mass cyberattack by Big Tech, first banned by Apple and Google within 24 hours.

Amazon employees had been pushing for the platform to be started so that they could further silence their political opponents.

In an email obtained by BuzzFeed News, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) trust and security team told Parler’s policy director, Amy Peikoff, that “the calls for violence propagated through Parler violate its terms of service and that Amazon was not convinced that the service’s plan to use volunteers to moderate such things will be effective.

Of course, they didn’t ban such bans when Black Lives Matter predicted riots on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Tik Tok last year.

“Recently, we have seen a steady increase in this violent content on your website, which violates all of our terms. It is clear that Parler does not have an effective process to comply with the AWS Terms of Service,” we read in the email. “[W]We cannot provide services to a client who is unable to effectively identify and remove content that encourages or incites violence against others, ”the email read. “Because Parler cannot comply with our terms of service and poses a very real risk to public safety, we plan to suspend Parler’s account effective Sunday, January 10 at 11:59 p.m. PST.”

In an article on Talking about Apple’s decision to ban them from the App Store earlier today, CEO John Matze wrote: “Apple will ban Talking until we give up free speech, institute general and invasive policies like Twitter and Facebook and we would become a monitoring platform by prosecuting the culpability of those who use Speak Before Innocence.

“They claim this is due to the violence on the platform. The community disagrees as we reached number 1 for their store today. That same day, “Hang Mike Pence,” a disgusting violent suggestion, was all the rage nationwide on Twitter. Showing Apple’s horrible double standard and its big technology pack apply to the community, ”the statement continued. “Apple, a software monopoly, offers no alternative to installing apps on your phone other than their store. We don’t own our phones, Apple just leases them to us. Apple, Google and the rest of the anti-competitive group of big tech bullies are coordinating their moves and working together to stifle competition in the marketplace. “

“More details on our next plans will be available soon as we have so many options,” Matze concluded.

The ban goes into effect Sunday, January 10 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

Big tech has also banned Trump’s supporters and allies at an all-time high. They want you to be silenced.

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Amazon will shut down all Talking servers tomorrow evening…