I reported to Support@blogtalkradio.com that when I tried to schedule a program for my "Human Rights Demand" channel on Saturday, March 28, 2015, by inserting my user name and password in the fields at Blogtalkradio, the account that opened belonged to National Network in Action (NNIA1). That prevented me from scheduling "Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real" last week. Blogtalkradio members can only schedule one radio show per day on a given channel, and I had already used NNIA1 that day. The responses I received from Blogtalkradio about this censorship were completely unacceptable. The sabotage is recorded at an article in this JusticeGagged blog entitled "Blogtalkradio Censorship re Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real (Reentry Show)"
MAR 30, 2015 | 01:55PM
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(b) have different passwords
(c) have different user names
This has ZERO to do with the computer or software I use and everything to do with sabotage at Blogtalkradio. No clients should be able to use their own sign-in information to open other accounts.
I was directed to NNIA1 simply because I had already used the time allowed for NNIA1 for that day, and there was a concerted effort (successful) to prevent me from scheduling a show on Human Rights Demand channel. I pay for BOTH these Blogtalkradio channels, and they have no other common connection.
Explain yourself please. This is NOT a computer issue but a security nightmare if anyone with Blogtalkradio shows can input their user names and passwords and other other people's accounts.
Censorship at Blogtalkradio Against Bob Darby,
Advocate for the Homeless
Darby will attempt to call in and give a presentation, speaking for the homeless. I gave about 1 hour presentation
I explained to Johnny Strozier on radio why his reentry show was prevented from going on air at BlogTalkRadio last Saturday at the link below. I invited guests to call (347)857-3293 to listen and comment. Elitists do not want successful reentry. They want high recidivism. The U.S. recidivism rate is 67.5 percent, and prison investors like that. Mass incarceration is their income. When Strozier agreed to go on air with me, all of my lights went out at my house immediately. CoIntelPro has power of electricity, but Jesus has all power.
Paragraph 1 repeated: The Internet was never intended for use by people who advocate for poor and middle class Americans. Corporations have lobbyists while poor and middle class people have advocates. Advocates are censored, unfortunately, but lobbyists are not. Two of my Blogtalkradio shows were severely censored within the last seven days. Johnny Strozier has a reentry show for released inmates for whom he has assembled a network of ministers, churches, and missionaries to help address their material and spiritual needs and reduce recidivism. That angers prison investors. Bob Darby is an advocate for homeless people. During his broadcasts, Darby explains that homelessness is allowed here although the United States can and should eliminate homelessness before embarking on wars for human rights elsewhere. Both these shows were censored at Blogtalkradio.
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