If you never heard of Joe Rogan, whose Tuesday to Friday podcast reaches an average 11 million viewers per episode, the name of Dr. Robert Malone, MD. probably won't ring your ding dong either. The reason? Giant tech companies want to slip you in the twilight - fed ideas that calm or enrage you in … Continue reading Twitter saves us from warning by inventor of the nine original mRNA vaccine patents
No more Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Google – China crushes freedom of speech
In America the silicon (glassy-eyed) giants censor the citizen's speech - all the way up to the President, In China the government censors the tech tyrants, as well as its citizens. What's the difference? The simple answer is that the United States has private companies regulating the government, insuring submission to what's good for the … Continue reading No more Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Google – China crushes freedom of speech
Feds approve right to watch everything you do on Internet!
The Senate has decided you have no right to privacy on your "private" phone or email. They can also examine the web sites you visit, keystrokes and clicks, all browsing and Internet searches. If fed watchers might wonder why you get spam, especially goofy emails of millions from Nigerian ministers, how will you respond? Even … Continue reading Feds approve right to watch everything you do on Internet!
Poynter blacklist backlash stops corporate toadies’ initial effort to censor more than 500 websites it doesn’t like
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEvEmkMNYHY Some three million persons visit the Drudge Report every day. After all, this is the site that broke the Monica Lewinsky intern sexual harassment story of how President Bill Clinton used a closet in the White House to climax his reputation as creepy sex maniac. But you are a bad boy or girl if … Continue reading Poynter blacklist backlash stops corporate toadies’ initial effort to censor more than 500 websites it doesn’t like
Internet morons refute your comments. Surprise, they are paid to weaken your First Amendment
After hours of research you decide to post a comment on an article you read on the Internet. A few seconds after your comment appears, replies flood in refuting your position: "All your facts are wrong. Grow up, jerk." "Clueless comment from dope!" "Keep you uninformed delusions to yourself! Sometimes, these tirades continue against comment … Continue reading Internet morons refute your comments. Surprise, they are paid to weaken your First Amendment