The Free Thought Project

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A website which publishes "conversations about the promotion of liberty and the daunting task of government accountability." Negatively reviewed by "fact-checker" Snopes.

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Founders: Jason Bassler, Matt Agorist

Main focus: police accountability

The Free Thought Project is a website which publishes "conversations about the promotion of liberty and the daunting task of government accountability."[1]

The website has been negatively reviewed by "fact-checker" Snopes,[2] calling it a "disreputable website".[3]

Own words

It is the mission of the Free Thought Project to foster the creation and expansion of liberty minded solutions to modern day tyrannical oppression. We feel that the internet has given way to a revolution of consciousness by providing for the massive and instantaneous exchange of information across the globe.[1]

The Free Thought Project feels that the internet is a place that can either ruin or expand the minds of individuals and that choice is up to you. Hateful and obstinate ideologies cloud the web and often the minds of those who can’t see through them. We want to change this paradigm by providing a beacon of truth amongst all the lies.

The Free Thought Project is a place for people to come together, who don’t necessarily agree on all topics, but who want to see a brighter, freer, and more sustainable future for humanity.

The Free Thought Project is dedicated to holding those who claim authority over our lives accountable.

We have been featured on many mainstream networks around the world. However, this does not mean we are funded, or otherwise supported by any of these behemoths. Up until recently, the Free Thought Project was supported by ad revenue alone.

Many thanks to our Patrons who cover ~2/3 of our hosting bill. Please join them if you can.