Amazon Still Deleting Conservative Reviews

Jack and Rocky: You thought you won your battle with Amazon!

HAHAHAHA

Well, I thought the battle with Amazon had been won. They reinstated my account, and they said they reinstated my reviews, however, the reviews I’d written on February 1st and posted (For Stonewalled, How To Debate Leftists, Philosophy 100 Essential Thinkers (posted on 12/30 but I gave it 1 star because it was pro-communism), and The Cave and the Light… were NOT reposted. So last night, I reposted the missing reviews  again  they were published (got the review email that they were live) and then woke up this morning…and….they are gone again: Which again, points to someone  in Amazon flushing political reviews. I have a few older political book reviews still in place, but the ones mentioned above, I posted on 2/1 – only to find out on 2/6 they were gone, then ALL my reviews were gone, then Amazon blocked from creating reviews. Then after several letters to Amazon (see earlier posts), help with some social media warriors,  Amazon said they made a mistake, and reinstated my account, Now the funny thing is, The reviews I posted that went missing were all posted on Feb 1st – so, someone might point out, hey, maybe it’s a glitch with reviews done that day…

However, my review for the Kindle Fire 6 which I also did that day, is still live on the review page.

So, rating Conservative political books 5 stars – ZAPPED – rating Kindle Fire 6 – remains.

I’ve sent yet another email into Amazon. There are other reviews missing also, though I’m not sure which ones. Amazon was showing I had 95 reviews written as of last night when I updated the missing reviews, however, this morning it’s only showing 81. I think some older reviews are missing – I’m pretty sure I did a review for The Ten Commandments of Propaganda

by Brian Anse Patrick quite awhile ago and it’s no longer there.

What Amazon is doing is frightening – quietly deleting reviews – whether for politics or recipe books, someone paid for the experience (or product) – Amazon most often receives the money, and then due to complaints or perhaps personal ideology, deletes reviews. I don’t care if you took time to craft it well or made it brief – you took the time. As a consumer, I count on reviews and I am smart enough to look at a wide variety of reviews, look at other reviews the reviewers have made (it’s easy to spot a phony) and then make my choice. Now, just imagine what Amazon is doing and apply it to our government controlling the internet. I can barley get any answers from Amazon! Have you ever tried to deal with the IRS? Have you heard any of the stories from the Vets who are falling rapidly through the system because there are so many departments, rules, regulations, and no one knows what the other is doing? And you think somehow the Government is going to “protect” you?

Here are the reviews and the email confirmation they went through (these were from last night, however, they are showing the original date I posted the review. Also, when they reposted the reviews, the comments were gone (I’d gotten a few angry ones on my Philosophy 100 review)

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~Arthur Herman

4.2 out of 5 stars (114)

5.0 out of 5 stars Life Shaping, February 1, 2015

By Laura Freed “Girl Medic” (Philadlephia, Pa)

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This review is from: The Cave and the Light: Plato Versus Aristotle, and the Struggle for the Soul of Western Civilization (Paperback)

I’ve had a slow awakening – questioning everything I’ve been told (not taught!) in school. Wow. Had I had this book many years ago, or been taught the basic principals of this book, I think success and happiness in life would have arrived much sooner.

I have this on audio (usually hate audio narration but the narration of The Cave And The Light has a fantastic lyrical yet bold voice) and plan of purchasing Kindle because I am constantly pausing to jot down notes.

This book starts with Socrates and works its way into present day – explaining where original questions/possible answers to lifes questions started (and with who).

The people that give this book one star or less have been spoon fed into the belief that men are born evil, the world is evil, and they are superior and that collective is the only way to go (ah, but someone must always rule even in a collective society and that is where the negative reviewers come in, as rulers who know better).

This book is easy to listen and coming in at over 700 pages – there are a few boring moments – but they are very rare which, in a book so full of content, is remarkable (for me, anyway!).

This book has shaped my life for the better. It is remarkable. I wish they would require this in school – perhaps starting in 7th grade?

Thank you Arthur Herman!

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~Sharyl Attkisson

4.8 out of 5 stars (674)

5.0 out of 5 stars When There Is Too Much Information To Know, It’s Important To Know Who To Trust, February 1, 2015

By Laura Freed “Girl Medic” (Philadlephia, Pa)

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This review is from: Stonewalled: My Fight for Truth Against the Forces of Obstruction, Intimidation, and Harassment in Obama’s Washington. (Hardcover)

This is my fourth attempt at trying to leave a review for this book. Amazon keeps deleting my reviews. Is Lois Lerner working for Amazon?

An excellent book that every American needs to read.

Details not only Benghazi but also Fast and Furious as well as vaccinations information I was unaware of. Attkinsson is actually bipartisan and has gone after both left and right.

A great read. One of the last few remaining seekers of truth, not afraid to put her reputation and her life on the line.

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~Ben Shapiro

4.0 out of 5 stars (178)

5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Start, January 12, 2015

By Laura Freed “Girl Medic” (Philadlephia, Pa)

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This review is from: How to Debate Leftists and Destroy Them: 11 Rules for Winning the Argument (Kindle Edition)

Selling for .99cents – this 20 page book is worth the buck if you are just journeying into the political ring. However, if you really want to understand the “rules” I greatly recommend reading: Rules for Radicals Defeated: A Practical Guide for Defeating Obama/Alinsky Tactics – which really dives into the heart of each rule and is well worth the 9.99 it’s selling for (at time of this review).

Don’t lose heart people, I was asleep and now I’m fully awake and if I can be ‘roused, there are many more just like me!

(This review was posted then deleted by Amazon – I had to repost under different account). Amazon is deleting positive Conservative Reviews – make sure you copy your reviews and check them occasionally).

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~Philip Stokes

4.0 out of 5 stars (37)

1.0 out of 5 stars Biased, December 30, 2014

By Laura Freed “Girl Medic” (Philadlephia, Pa)

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This review is from: Philosophy 100 Essential Thinkers (Kindle Edition)

What I liked was that it was brief – only about 2 pages devoted to each philosopher. What I didn’t like was that the author is very devoted to the idea of socialism and writes glowingly about Kant, Hegel, et al. If this were to be the first philosophy book I’d ever read, I might believe the very pretty, yet unrealistic, picture Stokes paints of those philosophers. I don’t mind if an author is biased, as long as I know that going in.

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