If you read anything today, read Andre Damon’s analysis of the concerted effort by the state and its corporate partners—the very essence corporatism, fascism as Mussolini described it—to once again dominate the narrative as it did before the internet and the web.
Because the Saudis can’t deny they killed (possible intelligence asset) Jamal Khashoggi, they will instead make up a story and hope you buy it.
In the 1950s, the United States insisted the Soviet Union was a dire threat to America.
In response to being held responsible for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the fossilized medieval Wahhabi Kingdom has threatened to destabilize the world’s petroleum-based economy.
An article posted today on Global Research features a couple screen grabs from the PropOrNot Twitter feed. Both celebrate the takedown of hundreds of social media accounts this week.
The Good Censor document admits Google and the other Silicon Valley tech giants now control online conservation and have undertaken a shift toward censorship.
Kyrsten Sinema is doomed. And it’s her own fault.
She’s running for the US Senate in Arizona as a Democrat. But she has a big problem. During the Bush years she was an antiwar activist.
Finally, a glint of truth.
Russia is not responsible for filling your head with fake news and forcing you through a mysterious form of thought control to vote for misogynistic white nationalist digital terrorists.
Molly McKew taught me something last night.
I’m an information terrorist.
Both the Free Thought Project and The Anti-Media lost their social media accounts in a coordinated attack today by Facebook and Twitter.