The email service provider Mailchimp, as one of the latest examples, has reportedly shut down the email newsletter of GreenMedInfo, which had been reaching as many as 300,000 people worldwide.
According to GreenMedInfo, the termination was sudden, and was predicated upon Mailchimp's disapproval of GreenMedInfo sharing scientific information about vaccines that contradicts the official government narrative that all vaccines are 100 percent safe and effective.
In an announcement, GreenMedInfo's Sayer Ji expressed surprise about the development, which he indicated is "the last thing we expected," seeing as how Mailchimp is supposed to be "apolitical and neutral."
Ji says that the move "blatantly" violates GreenMedInfo's "freedom of speech," and he's now encouraging his followers to take action in any way they can.
"After all, you also have the right to enjoy a free newsletter you and 300,000 others around the world voluntarily and enthusiastically subscribed to," Ji writes.
"Feel free to contact Mailchimp directly, leave a review on Facebook or call them at (678) 999-0141 to let them know how you feel about this. Also, please share this information with those concerned about the growing censorship problem."
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"We do not allow anti-vaccine content on our platform," was the exact response GreenMedInfo received from Mailchimp upon inquiring about why its newsletter account had been "disabled." "We cannot support the creation of further accounts," Mailchimp went on to state.
It's important to keep in mind that GreenMedInfo has been a loyal customer of Mailchimp for more than 10 years, maintaining an account "in good standing and excellent compliance relative to the industry statistics." Further, GreenMedInfo has been spending roughly $3,000 per month for Mailchimp's services – which over the course of a decade comes out to about $360,000.
It's also important to remember that GreenMedInfo isn't spamming anyone with its "anti-vaccine" newsletters. Every single one of the 300,000 email addresses on its subscriber list was voluntarily added to the system by its owner – meaning subscribers want this science-based content.
But none of this matters to Mailchimp, which has now admitted that censorship is part of its "community guidelines." And anyone who fails to follow Mailchimp's new speech code will be systematically removed and forever banned from ever again using the company's services.
"... Mailchimp's status as a CDC Foundation partner has turned their platform into an instrument of censorship against those who question vaccine safety, or simply provide access to peer-reviewed scientific studies, as we do, which indicate unintended, adverse effects of the CDC's one-size-fits-all vaccine schedule," Ji warns.
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