'The alternative media industry is about to be crushed by ruthless Technocrats bent on transforming the global society into a Utopian Technocracy.
For anyone who thought that the threat of Technocracy was non-existent or overblown, they will soon find out just how wrong they were. Furthermore, those who thought Technocracy was benign or benevolent will soon feel the sharp iron teeth digging into them.
The big three social media giants, Google, Facebook and Twitter, are in process of purging en masse popular anti-media personalities and materials. You know the names. It is draconian and ruthless, leaving no room for appeal or reconsideration: “here today, gone tomorrow.”
Unfortunately, many of those who are being targeted will take down countless others (many of whom are innocent bystanders) as they themselves crash and burn.
It is unfortunate because many have collectively adopted the same sloppy and reckless treatment of the truth that they hate about the mainstream media: half-truths, un-truths, a-priori accusations without adequate proof, etc.
This delights the Technocrat steam-roller because all they need to do is point to those journalistic indiscretions as they crush them, as the rest of the world cheers them on. It doesn’t matter how much truth was presented along the way, they are banned for their non-truths.
If there is any takeaway from this, it is the need to return to responsible, fact-based, well-researched investigative journalism. What we say must be so well documented that it is totally defensible before any opposing group. Americans don’t need fist-shaking rants of anger. They simply need the truth, and alternative media has been sending a mixed message for a long time.
Another aspect of “crash and burn” that should be addressed is the use of disinformation and misinformation for the sole purpose of aggregating resistance into one place so they can be nullified.'
Read more: Technocracy Could Reign Supreme After The Death Of Alternative Media
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