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BBC Musk

iain Davis

There is a whiff of desperation in the air and it is emanating from the BBC. In a car crash of an interview, reminiscent of Kathy Newman’s self-immolating attempt to shoot down Jordan Peterson for Channel 4, the BBC’s North America Technology reporter, James Clayton, similarly imploded in the face of perfectly reasonable questions from Elon Musk.

Elon Musk is supposedly one of the richest people on Earth. His purchase of Twitter has brought some public attention to the issue of free speech in so-called democracies.

Musk initially became fabulously wealthy thanks to the unwavering support of a clique of globalists and accelerationists, alongside governments, that kept Musk afloat whenever his businesses failed, often by pouring enormous taxpayer subsidies into his speculative ventures. He holds the world record for loosing a largest ever personal fortune when he dumped Tesla stock to finance the Twitter deal.

Musk was reportedly a WEF young global leader and launched his Space-X business with the support of Mike Griffin, then the president and Chief Operations Officer for the CIA’s investment firm, In-Q-Tel. Having started his entrepreneurial life in the 1990s, by 2008 Musk was flat broke and, despite considerable taxpayer investment, Space-X was bankrupt.

Luckily, by then Griffin was the NASA Administrator and he awarded Elon a $3 billion USD space station resupply contract. Musk’s company was yet to successfully launch a single rocket, but Griffin bailed it out anyway. NASA is funded by US taxpayers.

Despite initial claims of charity, the CIA front organisation, USAID, is paying Space-X handsomely to provide the Ukrainian military and citizens access to its Starlink satellite communication system. Safe to say, Musk has a working relationship with the US intelligence community and the CIA in particular.

The grandson of a leader of the Technocracy movement, Musk is a transhumanist who wants to insert computer chips in our brains and insists that we just have to physically merge with machines, thereby eradicating humanity as a species. He promotes Universal Basic Income (UBI), carbon taxes, mRNA vaccine technology and pretty much every other globalists ambition you can shake a stick at.

Musk is a big fan of the idea of an everything app like China’s WeChat or Ukraine’s Diia. He is making moves to turn Twitter into such an app.

Despite all of this, Musk is being promoted by many as some sort of champion of the people, dedicated to free speech. Meanwhile, Twitter continues to censor journalists and also appears to be throttling the sharing of Substack posts, including my own.

The BBC is a state broadcaster which the proposed UK internet regulator, Ofcom, likes to refer to as Public Service Broadcaster (PSB). Claiming that PSB’s deliver “impartial and trusted news,” the fact that the BBC is funded at the discretion of the government and is controlled by the government is a conflict of interest that Ofcom suggests we should just ignore. Instead, according to Ofcom, we can simply “trust” whatever the BBC tells us.

Following Musk’s take over, the BBC was listed on Twitter as “government funded media.” While this is an accurate description of the BBC, it subsequently appealed to Twitter which agreed to change the description to “publicly funded media.”

“Publicly funded” makes the BBC sound a bit more like the commercial or independent media that is voluntarily supported by its audience. But no one funds the BBC voluntarily. Even those who want to fund it are coerced into doing so.

UK citizens are legally compelled to pay the TV license—fund the BBC—if they want to watch live television broadcasts. Increasingly, the British are choosing not to fund the BBC and are legally barred from watching TV.

The BBC’s need to describe itself as “publicly” funded, intentionally misleads Twitter users. We are simply told that the BBC is trustworthy despite that evidently not being the case.

To his credit, Musk had no problem offering a coherent definition of free speech. Providing it stays within the law—doesn’t incite violence or any other crime—he described it well:

Free speech is meaningless unless you allow people you don’t like to say things you don’t like. [. . .] At the point at which you loose(sic) free speech, it doesn’t come back.

Clayton appeared incapable of grasping this concept, and simply returned to ill defined concepts like “misinformation” and “hate speech.”  Musk asked Clayton who the arbiter of these selective restrictions on free speech should be.

Musk made the BBC’s James Clayton look particularly silly during their discussion about Clayton’s allegation that “hate speech” had spiked on Twitter since Musk took the reigns. When Musk asked Clayton to define “hate speech,” after fumbling about for a bit, he offered “something that is slightly racist or slightly sexist.”

Herein lies the crux of the the arguments of those who would see so-called “hate speech” used as a pretext to censor free speech. They either have no concept of the importance of free speech in a supposed democracy and do not, or cannot, accept that it inevitably comes with risks, or are willing to cast it aside in order to silence opinions they don’t like.

A somewhat perplexed Musk, presumably wondering what subjective criteria Clayton had applied to decide that something was “slightly” racist or sexist, quite reasonably asked Clayton to give him an example. Clayton couldn’t cite one.

Clayton’s response was to point out that there are “many organisations that say that, that kind of information is on the rise. [. . .] for example the Strategic Dialogue Institute [Institute of Strategic Dialogue (ISD)] in the UK, they will say that.”

Clayton’s “investigative journalism” is evidently reliant upon whatever he is told by these other organisations. This is seemingly typical for censorship advocates.

They do not appear to understand that the responsibility for critical thinking is theirs. A growing body of people seem to genuinely believe that another organisation can check facts for them. It is a total abdication of what it is to be a conscious, intelligent human being.

Again, Musk’s response seemed reasonable:

People will say all sorts of nonsense, I am literally asking for a single example and you can’t name one.

Following Clayton’s public humiliation the BBC decided to strike back with Twitter Hate Speech: What is the Evidence? According to the BBC, the “evidence” can be found in a series of reports by a number of well funded organisations, including the BBC itself.

The BBC stated:

There are both in-depth studies and anecdotal evidence that suggest hate speech has been growing under Mr Musk’s tenure.

The BBC cited a report published by the ISD and its partner, CASM Technologies. The ISD is a UK based global think tank supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Omidyar Group, the Open society Foundation, the British Council, the EU, the UN, numerous western governments and the intended UK internet regulator, Ofcom, among others.

The ISD says it is “independent” although it has to represent the interests of its funding and partner organisations—otherwise they wouldn’t support it—so it isn’t remotely “independent,” as it falsely claims. The ISD is an unelected body which boasts:

The ISD is uniquely able to turn research and analysis into evidence-based policy and action. [. . .] We formulate and advocate policy solutions, and provide local authorities, central governments and multilateral institutions with the data, expertise and technical support to deliver evidence-based policy and programming.

The ISD is a global public-private partnership (G3P) which shapes government policy. As such, it places policy control into the hands of alleged philanthropists, global corporations, NGOs and civil society organisation. It is essentially an anti-democratic organisation that serves to undermine purported democracies.

CASM Technology, which says its purpose as “confronting online harm,” is a similar (G3P) which is “supported” by the BBC, the UK Cabinet Office, the ISD, etc. CASM Technologies and the ISD have developed “Beam data analysis” which CASM says has won awards and constitutes “a powerful hate speech detection methodology.”

This “powerful” methodology consists of the ISD hoovering up tweets and then analysing them to identify content they have called “plausibly antisemitic.” ISD and CASM explain the “plausibly antisemtic” label they have made up:

Our approach uses an innovative algorithmic architecture to classify Tweets which could be interpreted as ‘plausibly antisemitic’, where at least one reasonable interpretation of a message’s meaning fell within the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of antisemitism. [. . .] [C]oded language of ‘globalists’, ‘puppeteers’ and ‘financiers’ [has been] interpreted as plausibly antisemitic.

“Reasonable interpretation” appears to be key here. Primarily because that “interpretation” doesn’t appear to be reasonable at all.

The Beam “methodology” is to flag certain words in tweets, call them antisemitic without any discernible justification, and then claim this as evidence of “hate speech.” Many of these words were “coded” in the database called Hatebase, which recently wrapped up its operation but is cited in the Beam report.

Hatebase was project set up by the Sentinel Project and the Dark Data Project. They list the words deemed to be hateful by the USAID—the CIA–and various governments, etc.

For example, the Hatebase definition of “globalist” is supposedly “extremely offensive” and represents:

Coded language often used as a negative euphemism for Jew

Hatebase’s makey-uppy definition also adds a “non-hateful” meaning of “internationally-minded person.” Quite why Hatebase bothered to do this is anyone’s guess because the actual definition of “globalist” is:

Someone who believes that economic and foreign policy should be planned in an international way, rather than according to what is best for one particular country

Of course, if you ignore what words like “globalist” or “financier” mean, and instead claim they are indicative of “hate speech,” then, by applying your totally unhinged interpretation as you scour social media, you are going to find a lot of “hate.”

The BBC presumably considers the ISD report to be an “in-depth study.” It offers this gibberish as “research” to its readers. In reality, as Musk pointed out, it is all just “nonsense.” All it appears to evidence is that the BBC doesn’t know enough to stop digging when it is in a hole.

Continuing its efforts to bury itself, the BBC also cites an article from the Center For Countering Digital Hate (CCDH). Its equally ludicrous “analysis” is based upon counting how often expletives crop up in tweets. It also counts derogatory terms, such as “n****r,” but doesn’t “analyse” who used it and in what context. It could be a rapper citing song lyrics for all the CCDH knows.

Slapping these utterly meaningless statistics together, the CCDH presents their own fairy tale as evidence of “hate.” The BBC then calls this dross “evidence.”

To illustrate just how far it has fallen down the “hate speech” rabbit hole, unlike the BBC’s Clayton, the CCDH did provide some specific examples of what it called “hate.” For example, it cited the Tweet of Tim Pool who, in reference to Club Q, where the Colorado Spring nightclub shooting reportedly occurred, said:

We shouldn’t tolerate pedophiles grooming kids. Club Q had a grooming event. How do prevent the violence and stop the grooming?

It is important to note that Pool was asking how we “prevent the violence” and “stop the grooming.” Only a psychopath would choose to call this “hate.”

Pool’s tweet suggested a possible link between the shooting and the Club Q “event.” This led the CCDH to claim that Pool was “promoting hate towards LGBTQ+ people.” This allegation does not stand up to scrutiny.

The “event” in question was an all age drag show that was due to run the day after the reported shooting. Whether this was a “grooming event,” as Pool claimed, is unknown, but previous all age drag shows at Club C, where acts like Connie Lingus entertained the children, suggests that possibility.

According to the UK National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) a sign of child-grooming is that the child exhibits “sexualised behaviour, language or an understanding of sex that’s not appropriate for their age.” The NSPCC describes the processes that lead to this sexualisation of children:

Children’s sexual development is shaped by their environment, experiences and what they see. [. . .] Sometimes children may have been sexually abused themselves and not understand that what happened to them was wrong.

The NSPCC considers that anything the child sees that leads the child to develop an age-inappropriate understanding of sex is abuse and part of the grooming process. Exposing children to such experiences is “wrong.”

The NSPCC is particularly concerned about the “premature sexualisation of children” and the increased risks this presents to the child:

The premature sexualisation of children is an issue that concerns parents, politicians and policy makers alike. The NSPCC is particularly concerned about the extent to which sexualisation drives abuse or other harm to children.

There is nothing wrong with men and women dressing up in garish costumes to entertain children with age-appropriate song & dance routines or pantomime, etc. Nor is there anything wrong with appropriately dressed drag queens reading suitable stories to children.

But wearing bondage gear, thongs and nipple tassels, simulating sex acts, exposing yourself or adorning a comedy erect phallus in front of children is “wrong.” The NSPCC are among the child protection organisations that consider this a form of “grooming.”

If anyone performs lewd acts in front of children that is a form of abuse. Should drag queens be excused from this adult responsibility?

There is a lot of evidence that all age drag shows lead to the premature sexualisation of children and can therefore constitute grooming. Any “reasonable” person, who cares about the welfare of children, can have legitimate concerns about some all age drag shows.

If the proportion of all age drag shows that evidently do sexualise children continue, then, this can only benefit paedophiles. The evidence, from the NSPCC and others, suggests that we need to think carefully about the content of these shows. Yet the CCDH is attempting to make any criticism of all age drag shows practically impossible by labelling it ant-LGBTQ+ “hate speech.”

Pool has criticised the febrile environment that is building around the transgender issue. His opinion is that the suppression of debate about all age drag shows is heightening tensions and increasing the risk of violence. This is something he appears to oppose.

Pool’s tweet was injudicious and badly timed. He is of the opinion that all age drag shows should be banned. Regardless of whether or not his specific allegation about the pending Club Q event was accurate, there was every reason for him to suspect that it would be a “grooming event.”

Pool did not claim that all drag queens are paedophiles, as the CCDH falsely imputes. He opposed both the violence and the grooming and suggested that unless we address people’s revulsion at adult stage acts performing for children, the risk of a violent backlash against such events is likely to increase.

It seems reasonably clear that Pools tweet was not intended to promote attacks on the LGBTQ+ community. In fact, it seems to be part of his efforts to stop them. Pool may hold opinions that some LGBTQ+ don’t agree with, but that is no basis for accusing him of hate.

Pools opinion about the emerging risk of violence is seemingly based upon a fair appraisal of what some people actually think, rather than what they are supposed to think. To describe Pools isolated tweet as “hate” is, on its face, totally absurd.

The CEO of the CCDH, Imran Ahmed, is a “hate speech” extremist who believes that people who do not share his opinions should be imprisoned. He said that anyone who questions the safety and efficacy of vaccines are part of an “extremist group that pose a national security risk.”

Ahmed believes that the government should censor free speech, as do the BBC, and is part of a gaggle of propagandists who claim they wish to protect “democratic freedoms,” apparently by doing everything they possibly can to remove them. He supports the imposition of the Online Safety Act in the UK. To justify the censorship legislation, Ahmed said that people who questioned vaccines, during the pseudopandemic, were spreading “vile hatred and dangerous medical misinformation.”

We now know that they weren’t. Research clearly shows that there are sound scientific reasons to question the Covid jabs.

Ahmed’s accusations were unwarranted at the time and seem even more ridiculous today. But, regardless of the evidence, the insistence by people like Ahmed and organisations like the BBC that questioning jabs ever constitutes “hate” is nonsensical.

The BBC serves up a never ending stream of propaganda and provable disinformation. To cite the farcical claims of the ISD and CASM, and the CCDH’ spurious opinion about Pool’s tweet, as “evidence,” epitomises the way the BBC shapes narratives to mislead its audience.

While what it has offered technically constitutes “evidence,” that doesn’t mean the evidence is unquestionable or proves the BBC’s claims. The BBC has simply listed some opinions, expressed by organisations that share its enthusiasm for censorship, and claimed that this therefore substantiates its allegation that “hate” has increased on Twitter.

Irrespective of Musk’s questionable agenda, he was easily able to expose the zealotry of a lunatic fringe that enjoys disproportionate power and political influence. Perhaps Clayton just believes whatever he is told by “trusted” sources and doesn’t know any better, but people like Ahmed and organisations like the BBC know exactly what they are doing.

Their role is to propagandise and spread disinformation to convince the public to accept the need for state censorship. To do this they are creating fake news and preposterous reports about the alleged problem of “hate.” These ridiculous, poorly evidenced assertions are then fed into a self perpetuating, self referencing propaganda loop.

The CCDH, the BBC and others cite each others claims to present myths as plausible opinion. In truth, the whole house of cards is formed from little more than state propaganda. The so-called “evidence” offered is invariably risible claptrap.

Humiliated by Musk, the BBC has doubled down on its propaganda. All it has achieved is to provide further evidence that demonstrates it is unworthy of anyone’s “trust.”

You can read more of Iain’s work at his blog IainDavis.com (Formerly InThisTogether) or on UK Column or follow him on Twitter or subscribe to his SubStack. His new book Pseudopandemic, is now available, in both in kindle and paperback, from Amazon and other sellers. Or you can claim a free copy by subscribing to his newsletter.

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Jasmine Birtles
Jasmine Birtles
Apr 30, 2023 1:43 PM

Excellent article – balanced and insightful, thank you.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Apr 28, 2023 3:21 PM

The system doesn’t “go broke”. Instead, it just rebrands itself.

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Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 28, 2023 6:49 PM

Decent ad, but take exception to the part about a Navy Seal shot Osama Bin Laden.

That never happened the way that the CIA said it did.
Who trusts the CIA, other than Democrats?

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 28, 2023 2:01 PM

Interesting…if your post includes the word that begins with the letter that precedes K
then your post automatically goes into the pending state.

T.S.
T.S.
Apr 29, 2023 2:03 PM
Reply to  Sam I am

I just call them the small-hats 😀

T.S.
T.S.
Apr 29, 2023 2:04 PM
Reply to  T.S.

small hats for small brains ?

uh-oh was that now hateee-speech ? 😀

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 28, 2023 10:03 AM

Off topic but hilarious:

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2023/04/28/pers-a28.html

The WSWS risking their lives:

“North …. explained the measures that were taken by the IYSSE to hold the meeting safely, which have been implemented at each of the IYSSE’s international series of antiwar meetings this spring. Every mitigation measure available was put in place to minimize any potential airborne transmission of COVID-19, including antigen testing by event organizers, the encouragement of masking, the installation of Far-UVC devices and Corsi-Rosenthal boxes with HEPA filters, carbon dioxide monitoring and the improvement of ventilation by opening doors and windows.

On Wednesday morning, North tweeted a thread that featured an image of the audience almost universally wearing masks, which was greeted with enthusiasm by workers and scientists globally. The tweet has gone viral, being viewed over 125,000 times, liked over 800 times and shared over 230 times as of this writing.

Many scientists, anti-COVID advocates and workers shared their own tweets of the photo, some of which also went viral. Among these included Dr. Andrew Wang, a Doctoral Research Associate in Health Policy and Health Services Research at Northwestern University, who wrote, “Usually I point out only one or two masks. The opposite is true today with most masked. Encouraged by this.”

Prominent anti-COVID advocate, Jess tweeted,“N95’s, Far Uv. Wanting to hold meetings safely. They made it clear, they made it accessible. That’s the way forward.””

Yes indeed Jess! This is the way forward! Onward into that glorious revolutionary dawn …. but don’t forget to mask up, keep your distance, take your untested vax, and be prepared to jump back behind locked doors when told to do so by “The Science”!

Johnny
Johnny
Apr 28, 2023 10:35 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Meanwhile, in the real world, there were 95,000 plus fans at an Australian rules football game in Melbourne on the 25th of April. Only a few were masked up.
The WSWS is a spent force, a running joke, and a disgrace to social justice.

Howard
Howard
Apr 28, 2023 3:14 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Among all the items the organizers provided to insure the well-being of the participants, the most important item was missing: barf bags.

Does that mean the WSWS has Alzheimer’s?

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Apr 29, 2023 1:11 AM
Reply to  Howard

Whatever wsws was should be house cleaned off the internet. imo.

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 29, 2023 8:58 AM
Reply to  Clive Williams

Or renamed the World SoCIAlist Web Site.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Apr 29, 2023 12:52 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Stop using that word it’s annoying…[the]

Korni
Korni
Apr 28, 2023 2:47 AM

Please learn the difference between loose and lose.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Apr 28, 2023 10:38 PM
Reply to  Korni

1969 everything came loose fits perfectly imo.

thejackalsmark
thejackalsmark
Apr 28, 2023 1:36 AM

Who ELSE, finds AMUSING, the connection between the NAMES of “JAMES CLAYTON” (a “Tech Reporter” for an “AGENCY” puppet) and the character of “Tech Guy” “JAMES DOUGLAS CLAYTON” in the movie, “The Recruit” about a young “Tech Guy” that gets recruited as an “ASSET” into the CIA?
#JuuuussstSAYIN ¯\_😏_/¯

solemn
solemn
Apr 27, 2023 8:22 PM

The WINNING team DeSantis/Kennedy 2024 💤 
5 years in prison for this and this new alt media is shilling the BBC Musk
show.

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Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 28, 2023 1:59 PM
Reply to  solemn

It outlaws “thought crimes”.

If you protest the oppression of Palestinians – thought crime!

If you mention the USS Liberty – thought crime !

If you mention the Dancing Israelis of Liberty Park – thought crime!

If you distribute pamphlets about any of the above, or more!, and someone Jewish says that they found one of your pamphlets in their Florida yard – five years in jail for you.

With the internet being the domain of the Gestapo (“government intelligence agencies”)
hard-copy pamphlets will become used more and more for free speech.

Be careful of those Orwellian thought crimes.

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 28, 2023 2:21 PM
Reply to  solemn

Matt Taibbi has a pertinent article today:
America, The Single-Opinion Cult

Link to follow (if it is freed from pending purgatory)

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 28, 2023 2:22 PM
Reply to  Sam I am
Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 28, 2023 3:35 PM
Reply to  solemn

Gosh, just learned where that photograph of DeSantis was taken.
He signed the bill in the Museum of Tolerance.
Perhaps that episode has fallen down your memory hole, but the building of that museum was highly contentious and turns the word Tolerance into a very ironic one.
To build it they had to bulldoze a huge and very ancient Muslim cemetery.
Palestinians have suffered from the erasure of their history. Whole towns have disappeared.
The erasure of this ancient cemetery was just one more in a long list of attempts to promote “tolerance” (tolerance of oppression).

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 27, 2023 5:21 PM

https://winteroak.org.uk/2023/04/24/emergency-alert/

A piece on the emergency alert psy-op of the 23rd.

“The official explanation for this UK-wide alert system was that the authorities hoped to familiarise the public with an important protocol in the event of a future climate emergency or threat to national security.”

Even if you accept the bizarre formulations “future climate emergency” and “threat to national security”, the idea of every phone getting this emergency squawk should seem equally bizarre. So there you are doing your shopping or vegetating before the latest zombie flick and off goes your phone – telling you what precisely? Do you leap up and scream, “Oh my God – there’s a climate emergency … umm somewhere?” (image of tsunami hitting High Wycombe?) or do you scream “Oh my God there’s a threat to national security” before frowning to figure out what that even means? 

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 27, 2023 5:44 PM
Reply to  George Mc

I would so love to put that comment onto the Winter Oak website but unfortunately they use a total abortion of a package called “WordPress” who are fucking awful. I have tried so many times to log a comment onto the various sites who unaccountably use this server but keep getting hit with

You are being asked to login because (your email address) is used by an account you are not logged into now.

On seeking some kind of help I find discouraging stuff like

The only way I can get the comment to post as usual, is to put in a false email address, i.e. pretend I’m not me. When I do that, the comment appears as it’s supposed to. But then I don’t get notified when people reply because of the bad email address.

Truly – if the parasites upstairs really wanted to fuck us over finally, all they’d have to do is to exploit the internet’s infinite capacity for techno-fuckery.

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 27, 2023 8:16 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Simon Elmer also uses WordPress.

I found that I can get some things through but only on a limited field where I can only access pages I already posted on – and have no idea how I managed to get in there in the first place.

So anyway – I have placed a comment on Simon Elmer’s site using this minimal “back door” entrance and hope he takes note. For all we know, his audience could be whole magnitudes greater than what appears due to this “stoppage mechanism”.

Which has led me to wonder if WordPress is part of some deliberate sabotage strategy.

It wouldn’t be at all difficult for the parasitical overlords to fuck us over by simply exploiting the “faceless” nature of the internet and of course blaming it all on “glitches”.
 

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Apr 27, 2023 10:47 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Not going to happen G. McPorrrige we did away with 50years of rap music.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 27, 2023 4:43 PM

I stopped visiting the BBC “News” site about 15 years ago, as it was obvious propaganda and poorly massaged clap-trap. It reminded me of “People” magazines of the early 80’s…

Gee! I wonder why the BBC didn’t post this bit of UK News?

UK Government (actually the Office for National Statistics (ONS)) quietly confirms Triple+ Vaccinated accounted for 92% of COVID Deaths in 2022
MARCH 26, 2023
UK Government quietly confirms Triple+ Vaccinated accounted for 92% of COVID Deaths in 2022 – The Expose (expose-news.com)

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Apr 28, 2023 12:15 AM

Personality magazines became a World Conglomerate 1946 just an easy out about glancing read if you like.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Apr 28, 2023 12:34 AM

UK Government corperation on microsoft quietly confirms…. all good lot better than US blah blah media platforming imo.
Thanks Paul

solemn
solemn
Apr 28, 2023 2:18 PM

Triple+ Vaccinated accounted for 92% of COVID Deaths in 2022

Means it working!

Why do we get side effects from vaccines? Experts say that means it’s working.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 28, 2023 6:16 PM
Reply to  solemn

A quote from the article: “They may be inconvenient, and they certainly can be uncomfortable. But immunologists and virologists say they are to be expected. And you might even welcome them.”

Ya. I guess death would be considered inconvenient – perhaps even uncomfortable. Not to worry. Virologists say you should welcome death, because that’s what they say…

paul
paul
Apr 27, 2023 4:29 PM

Aren’t we lucky to have Establishment billionaires like Musk to graciously condescend to allow us to post something on Twitter?

We don’t need to worry about anything, all we have to do is wait for a white knight like Musk to come along and save us.

el Gallinazo
el Gallinazo
Apr 27, 2023 6:34 PM
Reply to  paul

Musk is probably the most important front man for the ending of the human mind. He is nominally in charge of the three major pieces necessary to perpetrate it. He owns Neuralink (1) which is purportedly developing (I would bet the farm it was long ago developed and sitting on the shelf) the brain chip to connect the current “human mind” to the hive “cloud.” He has Space-X (2) which is launching his Starlink satellites (3) which beam 5G (as a starter followed by 6G, 7G etc.) to every corner of the globe. The intention is to assimilate us all into the Borg collective. His involvement with Tesla is fraudulently based on the Climate Change Hoax, but in reality, the total electrification of cars allows a huge reduction in the mobility of the masses. As to Musk, himself, I am reminded of the famous Lenin quotation, “The way to control the opposition is to be it.” Excellent and comprehensive article by Davis.

Seansaighdeor
Seansaighdeor
Apr 27, 2023 4:05 PM

There is nothing wrong with …appropriately dressed drag queens reading suitable stories to children’

There is nothing appropriate about drag queens interacting with children dressed in drag in a closed fixed environment to a captive audience i.e. children who are being coerced to participate in an event at school.

What practical educational benefit can that be to impressionable young children?

Its grooming no more no less as part of the whole plan to make the unacceptable acceptable to them and intimidate them out of their innate sense that what they are witnessing is ‘wrong’.

Seansaighdeor
Seansaighdeor
Apr 27, 2023 4:13 PM
Reply to  Seansaighdeor

Am not able to edit the above but wanted to add that apart from the line above generally agreed with the rest of the article.

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 27, 2023 4:43 PM
Reply to  Seansaighdeor

Biden is not known to be a drag queen
and his audience are not legally children
but his “news conferences” *are* puppet shows.

Headline today: Photo Shows Biden Cheat Sheet With Reporter’s Full Question Given In Advance

At a Wednesday press conference with South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, a photographer captured Biden holding a cheat sheet that gave him the full text of a question he would be asked by Los Angeles Times reporter Courtney Subramanian:

To ensure he called on Subramanian, the cheat sheet also included her photograph. Even the sequence of questioning was choreographed, as the paper indicates she was assigned “Question #1.” 

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 27, 2023 4:55 PM
Reply to  Seansaighdeor

I totally agree. And it’s significant that I missed that bit when initially reading the article. It’s disturbing how some hugely questionable activity can become gradually “sneaked in” to the extent that, when backed up with the customary moral outrage about it not being accepted, can become yet another “new normal”.

Seansaighdeor
Seansaighdeor
Apr 27, 2023 9:34 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Reminds of me of the old cliche ‘I’m not racist but …’ – unconsciously accepting the narrative. Thus no one ever debates what is good or bad about racism.

solemn
solemn
Apr 27, 2023 8:33 PM
Reply to  Seansaighdeor

The responsibility lies with the parents Sean.
If you place your own in a environment like the death education system then
dont cry in what they do.

Seansaighdeor
Seansaighdeor
Apr 27, 2023 9:32 PM
Reply to  solemn

I agree in principle. No one should be sending the children into a state system designed to destroy them.

But that doesn’t justify it happening and we responsible because we are all funding it.

moneycircus
moneycircus
Apr 27, 2023 4:14 PM
Reply to  Matt Black

It’s a replay of Typhoid Mary. No-one said the bureaucrats are creative.
Let Bill Gates’ Gavi tell her story.

Annie
Annie
Apr 27, 2023 3:35 PM

What happened yesterday couldn’t send proper message. All was trying to say is the ones they are frightened of is the middle classes they don’t care about the poor or the low income workers they are afraid of you?!!! What power you must have to make them fearful.Stand up middle class and take your rightful throne. There I said it.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Apr 27, 2023 3:26 PM

Amazing Polly
Meet The So-Called Independent Alternative Media – Dig Into Rumble
April 26th, 2023
https://www.bitchute.com/video/OXeJX8FaAiYf
You think there are all these individual freedom fighters making video content on ‘alternative media’? A lot of these people are under contract – but who pulls the strings?
https://amazingpolly.net
#tucker #altmedia #dailywire #peterson #viva #crowder #thiel #venturecapital #NSA #pharma #amazingpolly

Roger Lewis
Roger Lewis
Apr 27, 2023 3:23 PM

Bravo, what a ripping good read that was!
in a world where Philanthropic Misanthropy seems to be the rule rather than the exception especially under the #ClimateCrisis and #WrongThink banner one should always ask
are initiatives #GenuinelyGreen or the #WrongKindofGreen and #CriticalThink rather than #WrongThink
Misanthropic Philanthropy , #WrongKindofGreen #SettledSeance #DoublePlusGood

#SettledSeance

GT Tex
GT Tex
Apr 27, 2023 2:59 PM

James Clayton crying to mummy with his excuses already: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m001kxgp

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Apr 27, 2023 2:37 PM

Here’s a must watch: Meet the So-Called Independent Alternative Media
Rumble is busy building its own internet media empire, but judging by the big financiers behind it, will it be so different from the divisive, hatemongering, Big Pharma media? Probably not.

No doubt Tucker Carlson will be negotiating a contract with them, if he hasn’t already.

eman
eman
Apr 27, 2023 2:32 PM

The 1st amendment to the US Constitution of 1788 says
Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press…
The amendment offers no way out, government authorized by the constitution is obligated to protect all versions, classifications or objections to free speech. Free speech should protect whistle-blowers, because contracts which protect information deny free speech.
This amendment was a precondition to the ratification of the constitution itself.

They are ample remedies in law and tort to compensate victims of parties who abuse their right to free speech when the speech uttered harms others. The words of the 1st amendment (therefore the words of the constitution) on their face give citizens of the USA unconditional right to free speech. Period, end of argument. In my opinion courts are prohibited [its not something they need to think about or debate] by the constitution from allowing a law which interferes with the unconditional 1st amendment right of citizens of the USA to exercise their right to free speech? All voices should be heard.

The government passes a law which effectively denies someone their right to free speech seems to me to infringe on everyone’s right to free speech.. Therefore if a corporation is licensed by a government, and the corporation either denies speech to be spoken, written or published or the law denies the right of audiences to hear and see the speech then that law which allows the government to license a corporation is itself unconstitutional?

IANAL but I can read the Constitution.. just the same as any one else can.. It seems to me the constitution mandates courts to rule unconstitutional any law which has the effect of, or which has come to have the effect of, denying someone or anyone their right to free speech and conversely the right of the audience to see and hear that speech?

Please explain where it is I am wrong about the meaning of the 1st amendment?

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 27, 2023 4:13 PM
Reply to  eman

You nailed it. There are no provisions for exceptions to the rule within the Original Bill of Rights. A detail the media fails to inform upon. >
 
Mandates Are Not Laws 2.0
By Anna Von Reitz
mandatesarenotlaws2.pdf (annavonreitz.com)

moneycircus
moneycircus
Apr 27, 2023 1:45 PM

The fact that the head of the Center For Countering Digital Hate could say “anyone who questions the safety and efficacy of vaccines [is] part of an “extremist group that pose a national security risk….”

… is consistent with hate speech laws that loosely if at all actually define hate — leaving the final definition to law enforcement and the courts.

This is how the Soviet Union was governed, with laws open to broad interpretation that could be enforced or waived, depending on whether an individual felt the billow of political winds at his back, or confronted the headwinds of disfavour.

See the Soviet law concept of “criminal repression” in the absence of guilt, and “social parasitism”.

Governments pass laws that criminalise dissent under the guise of hate speech. The latest is more brazen still: the U.S. RESTRICT Act would formalise a process for government agencies to “deter, disrupt, prevent, prohibit, investigate, or otherwise mitigate” services they deem threatening, if any company has access to “sensitive personal data” from more than one million U.S. people.
https://moneycircus.substack.com/p/crisis-update-the-axe-of-censorship

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 27, 2023 2:14 PM
Reply to  moneycircus

Do a search on:
children’s health defense ‘Trusted News Initiative’ Antitrust Litigation

You can read about the legacy and social media as they collude to control thoughts and speech.

And bear in mind what Musk and his Twitter Files revealed about the ties between the Gestapo (“government intelligence agencies”) and social media companies.

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 27, 2023 2:21 PM
Reply to  Sam I am

Also, from a Thomson Reuters archive, a longtime top, top official with the CIA moved over to become a Global Director at Thomson Reuters. The archived bio-page for this CIA/Reuters agent had this:

Dawn Scalici joined Thomson Reuters in July 2015 to serve as the company’s first Government Global Business Director. She is charged with the responsibility of advancing Thomson Reuters’ ability to meet the disparate needs of the U.S. Government

moneycircus
moneycircus
Apr 27, 2023 3:39 PM
Reply to  Sam I am

Yep, apparently she served an impressive 33 years at CIA. My former ultimate boss at Reuters, ex-CEO Tom Glocer, is currently a director at Merck and the NATO-linked Atlantic Council. Present CEO Steve Hasker sits on the board of Pfizer.
https://moneycircus.substack.com/p/crisis-update-media-ordered-to-compromise

moneycircus
moneycircus
Apr 27, 2023 3:52 PM
Reply to  Sam I am
George Mc
George Mc
Apr 27, 2023 5:00 PM
Reply to  moneycircus

The “Center For Countering Digital Hate” is an Orwellian title if ever there was one. It’s beginning to look as if Orwell’s one big omission (though he can hardly be blamed since it refers to a development so brazenly ridiculous that it would never have occurred to him) was the presentation of a cute dewy eyed sentimental hypochondria.

Sofia
Sofia
Apr 27, 2023 9:37 AM

Even though musk is probably secretly working for the CIA this was still beautiful to watch

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Apr 27, 2023 12:29 PM
Reply to  Sofia

No. There’s no beauty in watching deception like this. It’s abhorrent. And there’s no ‘probably’ about it. He is one of their capitalist front men.
A stupid person’s smart person. See also Gates, Peterson.

solemn
solemn
Apr 27, 2023 8:36 PM
Reply to  Sofia

It isnt even decent acting.
Your aware musk is a droid robot.
It’s mannerisms isnt human.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 27, 2023 7:20 AM

The author expended several paragraphs being overly apolegetic over Tim Pool. He seemed to have forgotten:
“Free speech is meaningless unless you allow people you don’t like to say things you don’t like”

Research clearly shows that there are sound scientific reasons to question the Covid jabs.
No, it shows there is ample evidence to fear and reject the jabs.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Apr 27, 2023 2:47 PM
Reply to  mgeo

Excuse me. Allowing people I dont like to spew their endless empty manipulating bs is free speech? No!
Free speech is the freedom to speak what is true. Period.

wardropper
wardropper
Apr 27, 2023 3:51 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

We should not forget that the Constitution was created during a time when most men feared God, and lying under oath was considered practically impossible – as well as a serious crime.

Today, a politician putting his hand on a Bible and swearing to tell the truth is like a cat with a bird’s tail feathers sticking out of its mouth saying, “It wasn’t me.”
Utterly meaningless, and nobody takes it seriously any more.

MattC
MattC
Apr 27, 2023 7:20 AM

In one day we were given two examples of the U.K. establishment’s approach to “Accountability”.

Firstly, the Bank of England: it is supposed to regulate financial institutions and manage the rate of inflation to a target of 2%. Currently food inflation is north of 17% and the supposedly managed institutions have enjoyed endless quantitative easing to patch up their balance sheets which have been wrecked by their own stupidity and greed. During the “Emergency” yet more printed money was pumped into the economy, despite the obvious risks. And the previous Governor of the B of E – one Mark Carney – was adamant that global warming required immediate action including ending travel. So on cue up pops the “Chief Economist” Huw Pill at a conference in America to tell the British public that they must accept being poorer and not to seek pay rises.

Secondly, Andrew Bridgen has been kicked out of the anything but Conservative Party for allegedly comparing the CV19 “vaccines” and the Holocaust. NB he actually said the vaccine programme was the biggest crime against humanity since the Holocaust but a cover story was required. The regulator of pharmaceutical products – the MHRA – has until recently produced figures showing that the total of serious adverse reactions for the CV19 vaccine programme is greater than all previous vaccines’ damage in total, which is hardly surprising as these were and are experimental untested drugs. So on cue up pops Sir Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group to assure everyone that the safety and efficacy of vaccines is “tested rigorously in clinical trials”, that data is subject to challenge by independent experts and “undergoes painstaking detailed regulatory review”. Carefully omitting to mention that all the CV19 drugs were given emergency approval and had not completed any trials.

Big business and big money continues to call the shots and pay the minions to sing its songs.

But don’t worry there’s a Coronation at the weekend – for an ardent supporter of the globalist WEF and for a man whose estate paid no death duty or inheritance taxes and whom no one chose as he inherits the post.

Johnny
Johnny
Apr 27, 2023 6:07 AM

Sorry, off t again, but this story’s a doozy:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-04-27/retired-senior-american-military-officers-contracts-defence/102269580

Gotta wonder; Does the same happen in Mother England and Canada, or is our government the most incompetent, MIC arse lickers in the known universe?

toranon
toranon
Apr 27, 2023 12:56 PM
Reply to  Johnny

Well, what do you expect when the whole country is AUKUStrated by the Yanksters?
Australia is now officially doomed. It will be the next Ukraine. There’s no way back!
And it was all done without any debate, any referendums or any sort of consent from the Australian people. Foreign military bases all over the country…the whole place is peppered with nuclear targets now.
Wonder what sort of compromat they’ve got on Albo? Gillard kicked it off.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Apr 27, 2023 5:39 AM

“The BBC serves up a never-ending stream of propaganda and provable disinformation”, somebody named Poole, and Elon Musk walk into a bar.

Stardate 2023. People on earth are still discussing whether the BBC should be trusted. This was a point in human civilization where many decided it was useless to fight back. The learning curve is just not moving fast enough. Actually, it appears to be digressing. The decision for this, i.e, that the BBC should not be trusted, was actually made over 20 years earlier shortly after 9/11, (1920 for some), however, apparent apathetic and possible spineless resistance to revolution has actually set progress back 20 years hence. At this rate, complete regression could take place within ten years.

Johnny
Johnny
Apr 27, 2023 5:00 AM

Off t, but what the hell:comment image?format=500w

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Apr 27, 2023 2:57 PM
Reply to  Johnny

Want to point out the vaxx was voluntary, duly informed to be experimental and emergent.
So nanny now has to be hanged because you swallowed it all because you believed it was chocolate?

wardropper
wardropper
Apr 27, 2023 4:04 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

No.
The vaxx was not “duly informed”.

Less than the bare minimum of credible scientific information was provided for general public consumption, and instead a vast amount of deliberately misleading and false material was pushed out by the duly-corrupted media 24/7.

It was a text-book exercise in deceiving the general public, and a great deal of official energy went into designing it for maximum effect.
The intention was to have the same success as the propaganda in 1930s Germany, and the same methods were used.

It was a merciless assault by all the world’s ‘authorities’, not an April-Fool’s joke.
I certainly don’t blame the general public for not being Sherlock Holmes, however nice it might be if everybody could think critically.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Apr 27, 2023 10:08 PM
Reply to  wardropper

But how long time can you continue to cry victim?
Isnt there a point where you must take responsibility for your own person and actions, especially if you are higher middle class and have no problem in income??
Im may not be representative, but I smelled rat from the first moment and was 100% sure never to jump into the mess, and it came as a very unpleasant chock for me to see the majority running to the cliff.
The previous campaigns about swine flue, ebola, zika, were not centuries old,so I took it on “ohh just one more profit scam”.

Johnny
Johnny
Apr 28, 2023 4:59 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

We’re not crying victim, we’re crying CULPRIT. But nobody’s listening.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Apr 27, 2023 5:55 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

That vax most certainly was NOT voluntary for everyone, and you know that. How many were forced in order to keep a job so they could eat and keep a roof over their heads? How many people lost jobs due to their refusal? I for one would bet they’d have something to say about the voluntary nature of that fucking shot. But then again, some of them are no longer around to say much about that at all, and apparently it’s all OK to condemn them and even better that they can no longer argue about that voluntary “choice.”

And yes, nanny sure as hell does need to hang. While nanny lied and lied and lied and forced and shamed, nanny also made bank for its pharma friends. Quite frankly hanging is too good for some of them, far to rapid for them to suffer properly for the damage done.

Ort
Ort
Apr 27, 2023 9:05 PM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

I’ve commented several times about my old friend M., who admittedly expresses conflicting doublethink views about the Megadeath Virus of Doom scamdemic. M. was averse to getting the “COVID vaccine” jabs in particular because they were authorized and manufactured so quickly; she appropriately argued that they couldn’t have done the necessary research and development.

But her husband has advanced multiple sclerosis, and lives in a state-run facility. M. claims that after over a year of separation because of the scamdemic “no-visitor” policy, the state resumed limited visitation, provided visitors were “tested”, masked, and jabbed.

I was frankly skeptical that the facility could impose the jab requirement, and at first “probed” M. a bit about this rule, and whether she attempted to ascertain if it was legally enforceable, etc. 

But apart from the alleged policy mandate, M. credibly lamented that even before the “vaccines” were available, her husband and her entire family formed a united front insisting that M. must surely get jabbed at the first opportunity to be ready when the facility resumed visitation “privileges”. 

I realized that, given the totality of the coercive circumstances, M. had to proffer her severely twisted arm to get the jabs. Indeed, she recently muttered that although she “hates” the jabs, she “has to do what she has to do” in order to see her husband.

I’m sure M.’s predicament can be readily dismissed by glib, scoffing “no-nonsense” snarking. 😡💉

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Apr 27, 2023 10:12 PM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

I feel for those who were in a disaster position, poor, vulnerable, family, children. But even then.
I know it requires some strength to take a stand. But if we cant, life is meaningless. We must defend ourselves, otherwise we cant defend our dearest either.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Apr 29, 2023 7:50 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

Disgraceful post and untrue. Iwas massively coerced into submission to the poison prick.

STJOHNOFGRAFTON
STJOHNOFGRAFTON
Apr 27, 2023 4:23 AM

Increasingly, the British are choosing not to fund the BBC and are legally barred from watching TV.

Boycot the BBC extortion racket I say. If people take back their freedom with such a boycot, the BBC will, in desperation, probably start offering licence free TV. At any rate being barred from watching government propaganda is a wonderful blessing for free thinkers, with the bonus of being able to spend the licence fee money on a good feed at your favourite restaurant.

Seansaighdeor
Seansaighdeor
Apr 27, 2023 10:52 AM

The govt and BBC have a symbiotic relationship in which they both need each other.

Should funding reach levels that seriously impinge the govt message and the ability of the BBC to produce its content the license fee will simply be added to something like council tax which will probably ‘factor in’ an internet license to boot as a single ‘product’ for media access.

The aren’t going to roll over and simply fade away.

Grafter
Grafter
Apr 27, 2023 11:59 AM

The BBC are a cancer in our society. Do not give them any money.

les online
les online
Apr 27, 2023 3:00 AM

‘Many of us breathed a collective sigh of relief at the perceived lowering of the curtain on what we thought was the end of the Covid crisis era. Unfortunately, i believe the underlying plan, for which Covid served as a mere preparatory catalysing agent, continues full steam ahead. The gargantuan money printing operation afforded of the Covid sleight of hand purchased precious time for the elites to give one final push towards their fateful 2030 agenda.
‘Crucially they were able to slink away with their institutional prestige mostly intact andunscathed, as nothing was done to any of the culpableparties.
‘That means there isnt much stopping them from future ‘pandemic’ scares to cinch the final portion of their plan towards 2030, though i expect them to lay low for at least a few years before dropping another ‘big one.”

Epidemic Diffusion: The Hijack of False Narratives in Covid Discourse:

https://darkfutura.substack.com/p/epidemic-diffusion-the-hijack-of

” Bobby jnr is just a distraction !” …(anon)…

cloudius
cloudius
Apr 27, 2023 12:43 AM

BS, he only got the NASA contract AFTER he successfully launched a rocket in the fourth attempt which would if it had failed otherwise have meant the end of SpaceX and himself financially.

Sean Arthur Joyce
Sean Arthur Joyce
Apr 27, 2023 12:21 AM

While I don’t deny that Elon Musk’s rise to fortune was aided and abetted by the deep state, isn’t it just possible that he—like 12th century Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Beckett—had a “Saul on the road to Damascus” moment of epiphany in his life? A year ago I would have agreed he was a mere part of the global elitist machinery. But recent decisions by him seem to suggest a change of mind. Why invest billions in buying Twitter if his commitment to free speech isn’t genuine? He then released the Twitter files proving collusion between US intelligence agencies and the media in suppressing any challenge to the official Covid narrative. That seems like a pretty good faith gesture to me. Then he signed the declaration calling for a “pause” on AI development, stating in an interview with Tucker Carlson that he felt it had the potential to be “civilization ending” if safety protocols are not put in place. He admitted he was an early proponent and developer of AI, and that no businessman normally calls for more regulation of his product, as he is for AI. He has also called out, not just this foolish BBC reporter, but the lies around “overpopulation,” which are easily disprovable if the media would only look at the evidence. Isn’t it possible he has changed his thinking and is trying to use his power in a positive way?

Gemma
Gemma
Apr 27, 2023 1:06 AM

a few things to rebut your opinion:

1: controlled opposition – the “powers that shouldn’t be” need a “champion” to bring those they’ve lost over the last few years back into their fold… who better than quirky Musk….

2: he might have lost money initially, but he is a very smart business(con)man who knows how to lie his way to profit…. he’s playing a long game, and in order to win he needs as many humans hooked to Twitter… who better than someone the “conspiracy“ minded/ right loves, and the “follow the leader”/left love to hate…

3: he Is simultaneously working on: 1: an “everything app” That will included social credit, banking and payments, and that is connected to 2: a global drag net of internet, which will also be connected to 3: a brain chip…. until he gives these projects up and publicly denounced them, he cannot be trusted.n

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 27, 2023 7:30 AM
Reply to  Gemma

Also, since Bill Gates and gang rejected the moratorium, he has announced that he is developing his own AI, called TruthAI.

Bored now
Bored now
Apr 27, 2023 5:38 AM

No

JoeC
JoeC
Apr 27, 2023 5:47 AM

You’re dreaming in mythology. It is a ruse. Musk is a narcissist. He’ll tell you what you want to hear just so you can worship him. He’s being wheeled out to us like a Trojan horse.

dom irritant
dom irritant
Apr 27, 2023 7:59 AM

stripes and spots of an apex predator

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Apr 26, 2023 11:43 PM

Great article. I actually watched the BBC segment with Musk and found the interviewer to be a weak-minded twerp.

But I strongly object to your comment: There’s nothing “wrong with appropriately dressed drag queens reading suitable stories to children.”

If that isn’t grooming and brainwashing children into believing that drag or trans is normal, I don’t know what is. This is particularly nefarious if it happens in schools.

Human values
Human values
Apr 26, 2023 11:13 PM

Musk this and musk that.
Must this and must that.
Buy this and buy that.
Biden this and biden that.
Fuck this and fuck that.
Trump this and trump that.
Vote this and vote that.
Do this and do that.
Think this and think that.
Xi this and xi that.
See that and see this:

When all the Satan’s whores are exposed fully, that’s when we all have a full understanding of our situation, having been ruled by the Devil for so long. Inevitably, this realization also happens to be our Victory. And our victory is bigger than you think.  

Human values
Human values
Apr 26, 2023 11:16 PM
Reply to  Human values

Truth is the Essence of everything valuable. And money, my friends, is not valuable.

Good is the Essence of everything valuable. And money, my friends, is not good.

But God is Good:

Johnny
Johnny
Apr 27, 2023 1:02 AM
Reply to  Human values

Life, as opposed to just living, is good.
‘God’ has a million meanings, most of them perverted by priests

WorkerWhoReads
WorkerWhoReads
Apr 26, 2023 10:46 PM

Helpful analysis, as usual, while it seems we remain no more than audiences to our own demise, commenting on what they are doing, as if in compensation for what we are not.

Penelope
Penelope
Apr 27, 2023 1:25 AM
Reply to  WorkerWhoReads

WorkerWhoReads, you are quite right. Shouting “Sheep, sheep” apparently absolves us from creating any part of a plan of action.

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 27, 2023 2:39 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Hear her!

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Apr 27, 2023 6:37 PM
Reply to  Penelope

True. But the sheep is the biggest problem of them all, unfortunately.
We can deal with a few perverts, wall street, we can deal with fiat and fake money, we can deal with crisis this and that, but how to deal with their 2/3 followers?

I recall a story from China. A migrant from one of the neighbour countries took work in China to collect money for his father who needed a surgery.
During the month he worked he never got paid. He ran to his bosses offices demanding payment, made sit down strikes outside their door.
Finally he was so desperate he tried to get into the bosses door with a knife, but his own colleges defended their bosses against him.
He ended up killing 4 of his own colleagues because they obstructed his way to the bosses. Not one of his colleagues dared or wanted to defend his rights.
I think he was condemned to death in China for these killings.

Morale: Your own colleagues, the sheep, are worse than your bosses. So…..what do we do with the sheep??? Should we kill them first, before we get to the Elite?

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 26, 2023 9:49 PM

Can’t talk about the BBC and not mention the
Trusted News Initiative.

In it’s current form, Trusted News Initiative (TNI)
was formed to create a united front by legacy “news media”
against “Covid misinformation”.

This united front, or echo chamber, is not a one issue pusher.

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 27, 2023 3:38 AM
Reply to  Sam I am

The incurious didn’t take the time to learn
even square one
about TNI.

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Apr 27, 2023 4:55 AM
Reply to  Sam I am

RFK jr. and Children’s Health Defence are suuing the trusted news initiative.

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 27, 2023 1:23 PM
Reply to  Gordon McRae

Did a search on your sentence (thanks!) and the first thing I found was a Forbes article. The first paragraph, unsurprisingly, uses the term “right-wing conspiracy theories”. (Ha!, such lame reporting)

Robert F. Kennedy Jr and a band of anti-vaccine activists have filed an antitrust lawsuit against some of the world’s top news media organizations alleging the companies worked with social media platforms to censor publications spreading right-wing conspiracy theories.

I went to the “conspiracy theorists” website, the Children’s Health Defense (CHD)
and read this:

CHD has filed a first-in-the-country antitrust lawsuit against members of the “Trusted News Initiative” (“TNI”) for collusively censoring online news.

The TNI is a self-proclaimed “industry partnership” formed around 2020, joining together some of the world’s largest legacy news organizations, such as The Washington Post, the Associated Press, Reuters, and its founder, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) with all the biggest Big Tech platforms including Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft. The TNI exists to, in its own words, “choke off” and “stamp out” online news reporting that the TNI or any of its members peremptorily deems “misinformation.” TNI members have targeted and suppressed completely accurate online reporting by non-mainstream news publishers concerning both COVID-19 (on matters including treatments, immunity, lab leak, vax injury, and lockdowns/mandates) and U.S. elections (such as the Hunter Biden laptop story).

The “industry partners” conspire (in a legal sense) on other stories as well. For example, in their world Neocons and Nazis, don’t exist.

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 27, 2023 1:27 PM
Reply to  Sam I am

Neocons and Nazis, don’t exist

Bloodthirsty Neocons and Ukrainian Nazis, don’t exist

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 27, 2023 1:54 PM
Reply to  Sam I am

Just found something Orwellian on an archive of the BBC’s Trusted News Initiative (TNI) webpage:

A video titled, Young people: The first line of defence

When misinformation enters the home, it’s often down to the young people to separate fact from fiction, to keep their relatives safe.

Does that freak you out too? Images of “Hitlerjugend” come to mind.

TNI appears to have removed the video, can’t seem to get to it.
If anyone can find it I would really appreciate it.

JoeC
JoeC
Apr 26, 2023 9:12 PM

I can’t believe that people are falling for this faux Musk interview. It is so obviously staged to prop up Musk so we can accept him as our billionaire champion of free speech.

turesankara
turesankara
Apr 26, 2023 9:04 PM

Elon Musk is controlled opposition. It’s like the sheep that believe Trump is a populist and Biden is a leftist.

“Don’t vote. It only encourages the bastards.” — PJ O’Rourke

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Apr 26, 2023 11:02 PM
Reply to  turesankara

They wont ban the daily two-minute hate speech about the Russians, that’s for sure.
And what about elections ? Perfect examples of hate speech in action. You get to vote out the politician / party you hate the most.

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 27, 2023 2:42 AM
Reply to  turesankara

> Elon Musk is controlled opposition.

Maybe.

How about you?

Ron Marr
Ron Marr
Apr 26, 2023 8:13 PM

The only hate speech is, Get vaccinated, wear a mask, stay home. When they pit a Musk against the BBC or Kennedy against Fauci, it’s all apart of the show. The two headed eagle. China is building bases in Africa and the WHO will vote on global sovereignty control on May 24th. The jesuit Biden is fulfilling his duties to the pope, weakening America for destruction. All these distractions are buying time until everything is in place for the cull of all heretics. China is the WHO’s army. The pope rules by the art of War. They are already here. Back in 2016 while having lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Florida, I noticed all the prep and cooks behind the counter were wearing Chinese military caps with the red star over the bill. When my awareness was noticed a waitress appear and blocked my view while taking our order. When she departed all the caps had been removed. The art of war, Invasion without firing a shot. Consciousness is our ONLY salvation.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Apr 26, 2023 8:28 PM
Reply to  Ron Marr

Hate Speech, is any speech, that those that hate free speech, don’t like.
They are the very reason we have an inalienable right to Free Expression.

Ron Marr
Ron Marr
Apr 28, 2023 3:54 AM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

Those behind wanting you vaccinated, Thomas, hate you.

Thom Crewz
Thom Crewz
Apr 26, 2023 9:48 PM
Reply to  Ron Marr

I noticed all the prep and cooks behind the counter were wearing Chinese military caps

Your assessment is pure paranoi or BS at best. The reason those caps are worn is to show they won’t take it up the @ss from any people or g-mint. Imagine moving to a country to find a new life only to have the finger pointed at you, assaulted, mugged, ridiculed and all the other nastiness the shit in life can throw at you after a dose of the MSM. And before you ask, I aint Chinese.

Thom Crewz
Thom Crewz
Apr 26, 2023 9:52 PM
Reply to  Thom Crewz

That should be PARANOIA. or DELUSION. Take your pick.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Apr 27, 2023 6:55 PM
Reply to  Ron Marr

Exactly what I have been warning about again again since McCarthy, but in vain.
The Commies lying under our bed are now working all over America in restaurants and small shops with a military cap with a red Commie star on hidden under the counter.

Ready to take over America when the right signal is given. I and McCarthy warned you again and again but you refused to wake up and listen. Therefore we stand today in the red mud to the neck.

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 26, 2023 6:52 PM

Club Q was a hoax.

Nothing but bad crisis actors and fictional victims, with laughable surnames such as Love, Rump, Paugh, Aston and Vance.

So, knowing it was a hoax, (these mass shootings are scripted DRILLS) the entire subject of “trans”, LGBQT, “grooming“ and “pedophilia“ are OVERLY and OVERTLY promoted subjects/agendas designed to divide people, promoting nonsense and fomenting heated online debate, in order to pave the way for censoring anyone at all on the grounds of “hate” speech.

There’s no “violence“ because it wasn’t real. Tim Pool is just another fomenter/agent working for the alphabet agencies. His involvement with OWS and his time at Vice – 100% msm propaganda – make him EXTREMELY sketchy. He’s purposely propping up the fakery.

All mainstream “news” is fake including the obviously scripted sit down with Musk rat, another cardboard cut out for the globalists and “governments”.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Apr 26, 2023 8:27 PM
Reply to  Researcher

It was a rehash of a communist propaganda campaign called Operation Trust.
It is well documented.

Andrew O'Gorman
Andrew O'Gorman
Apr 26, 2023 5:51 PM

Who the fuck are the “majority” of your commentators Admin. All i see is the same old verbiage been espoused by a tiny minority of so called intellects!!!

Wont promote you anymore and will cease to comment here again.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Apr 26, 2023 7:43 PM

As parting words go, not the best.

Ort
Ort
Apr 26, 2023 9:26 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

Ever since chatboards and comments platforms were introduced, there have been commenters who post angry, rancorous, and vituperative “farewell” comments.

The length varies from brief expletive-laden phrases to comprehensive, encyclopedic polemics or diatribes that minutely discuss all of the reasons that the commenter is going away– typically excoriating site administration, and/or fellow regular commenters.

The term seems to have fallen out of use, but posting such parting screeds used to be called “flouncing”. I’m not addressing this flounce, or making any predictions– but one mordantly amusing aspect of flouncing is that the would-be flouncer almost always creeps back into the threads sooner than later.

It’s funny to witness. Revenant flouncers generally have two ways of returning: one is to simply resume commenting as usual without referencing the flounce. The other is to return under a different screen name; unfortunately, since flouncers usually have a distinctive idiosyncratic style, it’s soon obvious to regular commenters that the “Never again!” flouncer is back. 😎

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 27, 2023 8:06 AM
Reply to  Ort

Other possibilities:
-. Ran out of meds, or forgot to take them.
-. Multiple pseudonyms have failed to impress, or the propaganda supervisor brought in a replacement.
-. “The world revolves arond me”. E.g., comment pending means censorship, or unexpected change in vote tally when I vote means manipulation.

dom irritant
dom irritant
Apr 26, 2023 8:59 PM

boohoo says a drop in a very polluted ocean, i expect you will be deeply missed

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Apr 26, 2023 10:53 PM

How dare you call us ‘intellectuals’. You Snob !
Your departing is much appreciated !
So, There !!

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Apr 27, 2023 12:39 PM
Reply to  jubal hershaw

Thank God he was wasn’t really angry at us. He might have called us ‘philanthropists’ for crying out loud!

DannyO
DannyO
Apr 27, 2023 9:04 AM

Who the fuck are the Admin of your “majority” commentators? All I see is the same old verbiage being espoused by a so called minority of tiny intellects!!!
There, I think it works really well now, but we’ll probably feel a whole lot better when you’re gone.

Personally, I really only come here to read Gearge Mc’s comments. I don’t like to spend too much time in front of the computer and my smart phone is so smart it can’t even find it’s own way out of the bedroom.

wardropper
wardropper
Apr 27, 2023 4:08 PM

Hee hee.
Duly noted.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 26, 2023 5:45 PM

I hate people who hate hate speech. If you can’t insult your best friends, who can ya insult?

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Apr 26, 2023 10:56 PM

Yeh ! And what about the huggers !
I always check for my wallet!

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Apr 26, 2023 11:48 PM

I’m missing the LOL icons!

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 27, 2023 2:44 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

How old are you?

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Apr 27, 2023 10:54 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

Haha… I see you have a sense of humour.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 27, 2023 7:40 AM

What have you got aginst insulting enemies?

DannyO
DannyO
Apr 27, 2023 8:24 AM

Indeed. In Scotland it’s quite common to greet a pal with “Howzit goin ya kunt!”.
Unfortunately your best friends are about the only folk you can insult now, without risking the ire of the right on rainbow crowd, as it seems ‘progressives’ just can’t tolerate intolerance! Sticks and stones will break my bones but names, or wrong pronouns (wtf), will emotionally scar me for life. Apparently.

Sam I am
Sam I am
Apr 26, 2023 4:45 PM

Very interesting…

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Apr 26, 2023 4:20 PM

Even Chomsky was shocked by the degree of stupidity – and since then the dumbing down has got more complete!

Noam Chomsky on Propaganda – The Big Idea – Interview with Andrew Marr
k1mk1mk1m
Oct 13, 2012
“The Big Idea” – a half hour interview between Noam Chomsky and British journalist Andrew Marr, first aired by the BBC in February 1996.

[8:08]

cloudius
cloudius
Apr 27, 2023 12:49 AM

Noamski has long ago abandoned the cause and turned and joined the controlled opposition to retain his cosy job at MIT where he is allowed to stay on as long as he won’t stir up things as he used to do. He even supports the official government narrative of the events of 9/11 nuff said.

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Apr 27, 2023 1:21 PM
Reply to  cloudius

Yup. These days, you could actually cite Chomsky the published author against Chomsky the man.

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 28, 2023 7:06 PM
Reply to  SeamusPadraig

No. Chomsky was always an intelligence asset/operative promoting the left-right faux binary and the outright lie of the so-called “US empire” vs the world nonsense.

Chomsky was given tenure at MIT, the playground of DARPA and Military Intelligence projects.

Chomsky participated in the coordinated Palestinian-lsrael stage show; a decades long terror psyop, paving the way for the 9-11 operation, Libya, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. 9-11 was also the precursor and integral to the medical tyranny of the CoviScam operation.

Chomsky touted the fabricated, coordinated Mid East conflicts as real, when they are obvious price gouging commodity manipulation and land theft exercises. Simultaneously, all conflict creates refugees and fulfils forced migration. Forced migration creates penniless refugees, results in tighter government control of populations, higher taxes, medical tyranny (vaccination, socialized “medicine“) and more economic and cultural stress on the existing populace absorbing the refugees.

War is a racket. The world is centrally controlled through the finance, trade, law and the corporate sectors. Countries are all incorporated, hence, privately owned.

Nobody gets famous, lauded or published in this Masonic world without being an asset of the globalist oligarchs AND a member of The Order.

fertility
fertility
Apr 26, 2023 4:13 PM

Amnesia is so real.
About 3 year ago there was a fake televised internet pandemic.
Twitter being the whore of the establishment banned anyone who said the opposite of the narrative.
twitter like millions of other Establishment whores did the switcharoo and got a new fake paint job- changed it stance a little when it was safe to do so and Amnesia kicks in and all is forgotten and forgiven and this contrived interview with BBC is done to keep the very confused thinking they got a friend in a billionaire the same billionaire who took 4 jabs and plugged the jab an shills for the establishment.
Strange how iain does a UKC and bores us with the yearly BBC drone just before the May local selections.
The only whiff of desperation in the air is people wanting to believe this crap.

Howard
Howard
Apr 26, 2023 4:09 PM

I can’t help it; but when I see a photo of Elon Musk I think of artificial insemination.

Not that I believe he was created in a lab by someone looking at pictures of robots in provocative poses. I just think calling him a “dick” is giving him too much credit.

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Apr 27, 2023 1:22 PM
Reply to  Howard

Love it, Howard!  😂 

Thom
Thom
Apr 26, 2023 4:06 PM

There is a a whiff of desperation about the whole media. Hence the good-cop-bad-cop thing with the BBC and Musk. The American government has always been jealous of the BBC and its global reach anyway, so there is global politics involved too.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Apr 26, 2023 3:17 PM

“Without Freedom of Thought, there can be no such thing as Wisdom; and no such thing as public liberty, without Freedom of Speech.”

Benjamin Franklin, Letter from Silence Dogood, printed in The New England Courant, July 9, 1722

“Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost.”

Thomas Jefferson

I suggest everyone that doesn’t already know, research Operation Mockingbird.
We the people, of all nations and territories, are at war with government.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Apr 26, 2023 6:44 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

B. Franklin is The Foundation American Father of ‘mind your own business’. ..’we founding Colonies are One’..Counterfeit Note means death. The American Civil War gave birth leading to The Central Intelligence Agency.
So, as a “back in day” .. quickie free comment to other side of the counter your blooming lucky your not too keen on twisted hemp rope. It’s perfectly understandable imo.

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Apr 27, 2023 1:25 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

Benjamin Franklin, Letter from Silence Dogood, printed in The New England Courant, July 9, 1722

Hmmm. If Wikipedia’s correct (ya never know), Franklin would have been 16 years old in 1722.

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Apr 26, 2023 2:57 PM

“Hate speech” has been from the beginning a Trojan Horse to undermine support for free speech.

If it is illegal to voice an unpopular opinion, then you live in a totalitarian society. It’s that simple.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Apr 26, 2023 3:06 PM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

I have asked many people,
What is the difference between speech attempting to convince people to not tolerate something, compared to speech attempting to convince people to tolerate something?

They usually try to go down the road that tolerance is somehow virtuous.

Then I ask,
So any idea, that you don’t agree with, is not virtuous?

Some totally shut down and don’t want to speak anymore. Some will realize they are the one’s not being tolerant, of others ideas.

Unfortunately we are fighting against the corrupt government indoctrination centers called schools, that have successfully brainwashed generations of people.

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Apr 27, 2023 4:10 AM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

Yes, schools indoctrinate people. A far bigger role is played by government (intelligence agency) – controlled media.

Free speech is pretty straightforward in practice: if you support free speech you support the speech of those ideas and people you don’t want to hear. Otherwise, you don’t support free speech.

Crusader Rabbit
Crusader Rabbit
Apr 26, 2023 2:31 PM

Not to be picayune, but with the definitions of nearly everything changing daily, is loose the new lose? Is loosing the new losing? Or is loose instead of lose a UK English versus American English thing?

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Apr 26, 2023 3:06 PM

They don’t call it “spelling” for nothing.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Apr 26, 2023 3:07 PM

Is it good “morning” or good “mourning”?
Is it the “work week” or the “work weak”?

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Apr 26, 2023 4:50 PM

The bots apparently do think loose is lose. You’d think that whole AI thing could at the very least distinguish between the “s” sound and the “z” sound in those words but apparently not. Garbage in, garbage out?

But then again, as part of the dumbing down of all things why care about such things as language? Language in and of itself can be very, very dangerous, so perhaps it’s better the bots take over and dumb us all down to the point where we can barely speak. And spelling? Why, only nerds care about such things… One fine day we won’t even read actual words, we’ll just look at pictures and there’ll be no more need to spell or think. Yay.

Andrew O'Gorman
Andrew O'Gorman
Apr 26, 2023 5:45 PM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

Fuck you.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Apr 26, 2023 11:38 PM

Wow! What an awesome display of your brilliant intellectual capabilities, and oh so clever too. Where did you come up with such a stellar display of intellect? Surely not at this dumbed down site? And really, we all thought you were leaving us, what’s up with that? I guess you’re here to school us all in the art of obscenities, or is that too big a word for ya?

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Apr 27, 2023 5:13 AM

and r ew Ogor man?

dom irritant
dom irritant
Apr 27, 2023 8:17 AM

Anal Intrusion

wardropper
wardropper
May 2, 2023 12:40 PM

Oh, yes, we’ll still remember how to say that, of course…

Ort
Ort
Apr 26, 2023 9:10 PM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

This reminds me of a passage in Kurt Vonnegut’s 1979 novel, Jailbird.

The scene is a farewell party attended by employees of the recently-defunct RAMJAC Corporation, who’ve been informed that the corporation has been sold to Saudi Arabian financiers for “cash on the barrelhead”. “Frank” is a restaurant manager:
______________________________________

Frank invented a new sort of cash register for the McDonald’s Hamburgers Division. It was getting harder all the time to find employees who understood numbers well, so Frank took the numbers off the keys of the cash register and substituted pictures of hamburgers and milkshakes and French fries and Coca-Colas and so on. The person totting up a bill would simply punch the pictures of the various things a customer had ordered, and the cash register would add it up for him.

Frank got a big bonus for that.

My guess is that the Saudis will keep him on. 🍔🥤🍟😎

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Apr 27, 2023 8:28 PM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

Language is giving to us as a part of human civilisation tools.

Correct gramma and words make language to an aesthetic enjoyment to our senses like poetry and music, and make us exchange decent knowledge about our universe to each other.
But fraudsters and liars found out they could manipulate words meaning and made language ugly and hurtful to our senses.

In continuation of this as you say, language become more and more simple, uglier and inhuman until we communicate only by fragments (pictures, photos) which will maintain the primitive state forever.

Paul Prichard
Paul Prichard
Apr 26, 2023 2:26 PM

Your alternative update on #COVID19 for 2023-04-24. Bridgen MP: Midazolam used for C19 in NHS Guideline NG163 authorised by Hancock = involuntary mass euthanasia (blog, gab, tweet).

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 26, 2023 2:21 PM

I know nothing of the Newman/Peterson interview but was intrigued to find a substantial Graud report which spent almost all its time fretting over how Newnan was attacked by nasty people on twitter (no specific examples given of course). We get this:

“Ben de Pear, editor of Channel 4 News, told his Twitter followers that Newman had been subjected to “vicious misogynistic abuse” after the interview and that the broadcaster had drafted in security specialists to carry out a risk analysis as part of their duty of care to her.”

“Security specialists”? “A risk analysis”? “Duty of care”? What are we discussing here? A president? A disabled person?

At least we have someone admit, “they’ve provided no evidence that the criticisms constituted threats”. So why mention this?

“The interview was reported in gladiatorial terms by online commentators, many of whom claimed Peterson had emerged victorious.”

We are meant to assume gmhe didn’t. But then again it’s hard to care since we are told so little about the debate.

We hear about Peterson arguing with pronouns but are assured this doesn’t make him “Right wing” which, if you haven’t figured it out, is the current media jargon for “something bad”.

Obviously I’ll need to go elsewhere for the content of the debate

Howard
Howard
Apr 26, 2023 1:23 PM

Do I still have time to opt out of giving a flying fuck about the Musketeer?

Or just by reading a couple paragraphs of this (I’m sure) splendid article, have I sentenced myself to believing the world turns on an exchange between a tee-shirted billionaire and a BBC operative?

Some of my fellow commenters insist that the 911 planes have become irrelevant now. Can we grant Mr. Musk the same status and move on?

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Apr 26, 2023 3:07 PM
Reply to  Howard

The cynicism of many at this website towards this issue gets in the way of comprehending the infrastructure that has been and is being built for the Censorship Industrial Complex.

“In a technical or structural sense, the censorship regime’s aim is not to censor or to oppress, but to rule. ” – Jacob Siegal

https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/guide-understanding-hoax-century-thirteen-ways-looking-disinformation