(Natural News) Not to be outdone by YouTube with its continued efforts to stifle online free speech, the competing video platform Vimeo has now begun to censor channels and pull content that expresses any type of skepticism about the safety and effectiveness of vaccines.
Joining in on Big Tech's anti-First Amendment fray, Vimeo recently announced that it will no longer allow people "to use our platform to spread hateful ideologies," which to Vimeo includes:
• Content that falsely claims that mass tragedies are hoaxes
• Content that depicts or encourages self-harm
• Content that perpetuates false or misleading claims about vaccine safety
According to Vimeo, any viewpoints or opinions that don't include full and unquestioning acceptance of what the government claims is true about vaccines "can cause material, real-world harms," and thus must be banned from Vimeo in order to "protect" the public from having differing views.
"Content that falsely claims that vaccines are unsafe is at the forefront of an unfolding public health crisis," claims Michael Cheah, Vimeo's "General Counsel."
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Vimeo is giving users a 30-day "grace" period before launching its online book burning
Cheah further warns that Vimeo users with this type of "offensive" content on their channels have just 30 days to remove it all. If they don't, Vimeo's thought police will remove it for them in order to create compliance and conformity.
"Starting today, we are providing a 30-day grace period for documentaries that contravene our policy on vaccination content so that creators can voluntarily remove those videos," Cheah explains about Vimeo's plans to destroy all knowledge on its platform that conflicts with the official vaccine narrative.
"At the end of the grace period, we will begin removing anti-vaccination videos that haven't been voluntarily removed. Videos that violate the other two prohibitions will not be given any grace period."
Like the rest of the tech cabal, Vimeo supports the forced mutilation of children with CDC-sanctioned vaccines
Cheah claims that Vimeo's new rules will be applied "fairly, consistently and transparently," even though Natural News was recently banned "for no reason whatsoever," according to Mike Adams, the Health Ranger.