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Ali Alexander (born Ali Abdul-Razaq Akbar) is a bad actor, avoid at all costs

He’s a repeat felon for property theft and credit card abuse that says whatever he needs to say to accomplish his self-seeking goals. Close look at his behavior strongly suggest he’s one or more of:
1. Grifter
2. Spook asset
3. Shady political operative
4. Con artist
5. Sociopath
6. Narcissist

In any case he’s bad news. He feigns a pro-Trump patriotic viewpoint and says over the top things and does stunts to get attention for himself. He’s not dumb, he has a high verbal IQ and good rhetorical skills. This is why he’s as dangerous as he is.


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“What the Fourth Industrial Revolution will lead to is a fusion of our physical, our digital, and our biological identities.” -Klaus Schwab, WEF

Speaking at Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

Here’s that same quote in its broader context which shows the shorter version is not taken out of context.

“ [...] course the first Industrial Revolution we are all familiar with it was the invention of Celestia of C steam engine which actually helped to enlarge our physical power and so we had the Second Industrial Revolution which mainly happened here in this country very much also here in this region which allowed mass production and then we had served in this revolution with starting of the computer age and the digital and digital era. And in a fourth industrial revolution it's not just a prolongation of this digitalization, it's much more, it's a combination of technologies it's not just a digital technology just think of genetics think of brain research and so on and supports a fourth industrial revolution comes from the combination of all those technologies. Actually I was saying it's at the end but what's the fourth Industrial Revolution ...

Where did two weeks to slow the spread come from? This guy: Ashish Jha

".@ashishkjha, Director of the Harvard Global Health Institute calls for a national quarantine" -@Morning_Joe

Attached video source/backups:

About him:
"Ashish Kumar Jha (born December 31, 1970) is an Indian-American general internist physician and academic serving as the White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator. He is currently on a short-term leave from the Brown University School of Public Health where he served as the Dean.[1] Prior to Brown, he was the K.T. Li Professor of Global Health at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, faculty director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, and a Senior Advisor at Albright Stonebridge Group. Jha is recognized as one of the leading health policy scholars in the nation.
In mid-March 2020, Jha called for a two-week national quarantine across the United States to reduce the effects of the ...

Reminder from 1983: CIA whistleblower Ralph McGehee on misinformation and disinformation against the public

"JANE PAULEY: Challenge, responsibility, diversity. That's what the CIA offers in a career, in a recent want ad in the New York Times, an ad, appropriately, that appeared in the classified section, because the Central Intelligence Agency is the employer with the enticing copy.

Ralph McGehee was a recruit some 32 years ago for the CIA, spent 25 years with the company, retired in 1977.

And now you've written a book which, to put it mildly, is critical.

RALPH MCGEHEE: Yes, very critical.

PAULEY: What happened to you?

MCGEHEE: Well, I found out in about my 16th year that the CIA is not an intelligence agency; it is a covert action agency. As a covert action agency, its responsibility is to overthrow other governments. And misinformation is a major part of that covert action responsibility, and the American people are the primary target audience of its covert action job.

PAULEY: It took you 16 years to figure out that you were working for a spy organization?

MCGEHEE: For the first 16 years, I assumed it was an intelligence ...

Podcast: Matt Taibbi episode 15 of "America This Week"
Audio clip 2min: Dan Bongino and FBI whistleblower Kyle Seraphin on “just following orders”
Audio clip 2min: Dan Bongino and FBI whistleblower Kyle Seraphin on “just following orders”
Podcast: Why did Lex Fridman delete his interview will William MacAskill?

William MacAskill was very likely SBF’s (the FTX crypto scammer) handler, the man who created him and orchestrated FTX at a distance.

I don’t like it when people delete historical materials like this which makes it more difficult to investigate developing scandals of immense scale, like FTX (bigger scandal than Enron).

If Lex thinks William is a bad person now he should just add a note in the description saying so, not delete the podcast entirely. Deleting materials is unhelpful at best and indicia of a coverup, interpreted less charitably.


Podcast: Why did Lex Fridman delete his interview will William MacAskill?
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Jonathan Turley: “Six Degrees from James Baker: A Familiar Figure Reemerges With the Release of the Twitter File”

“[...] As thousands of Twitter documents are released on the company’s infamous censorship program, much has been confirmed about the use of back channels by Biden and Democratic officials to silence critics on the social media platform. However, one familiar name immediately popped out in the first batch of documents released through journalist Matt Taibbi: James Baker. For many, James Baker is fast becoming the Kevin Bacon of the Russian collusion scandals.
Baker has been featured repeatedly in the Russian investigations launched by the Justice Department, including the hoax involving the Russian Alfa Bank. When Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann wanted to plant the bizarre false claim of a secret communications channel between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, Baker was his go-to, speed-dial contact. (Baker would later testify at Sussmann’s trial). Baker’s name also appeared prominently in controversies related to the other Russian-related FBI allegations against Trump. He was ...

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1,050 page FBI whistleblower report from House Judiciary republicans
Includes key takeaways, original PDF, and video skim

On November 4th 2022 the "Committee on the Judiciary" in the US House of Representatives issued a press release about a new "Republican Staff Report" titled: "FBI Whistleblowers: What Their Disclosures Indicate About the Politicization of the FBI And Justice Department" which is available for download here.  If you want to quickly skim through all 1,050 pages you can view the document converted to a regular 5 minute video here.  Key takeaways:

Key takeaways from the report include:

  1. The FBI leadership abusing its law-enforcement authority for political reasons.
  2. The FBI artificially inflating and manipulating domestic violent extremism statistics for political purposes.
  3. The FBI downplaying and reducing the spread of the serious allegations of wrongdoing leveled against Hunter Biden.
  4. The Justice Department and FBI using counterterrorism resources to target parents resisting a far-left educational curriculum.
  5. The FBI abusing its foreign surveillance authorities.
  6. The Justice Department and FBI conducting an unprecedented raid on a former president’s home.
  7. The FBI stalking a Republican Congressman on a family vacation to seize his personal cell phone.
  8. The Justice Department and the FBI continuing to allow attacks on pro-life facilities and churches to go unabated, while pushing an anti-life agenda.
  9. The FBI conducting an “intelligence” assessment of a conservative charity under the guise of investigating unrelated alleged crimes.
  10. The FBI purging employees who refuse to align themselves with the leadership’s political ideology.
  11. The FBI helping Big Tech to censor Americans’ political speech.


The FBI's dark history goes back to it's very founding.  It was used for politcal spying and illegal black bag operations from day 1.  In this community I've spent the last year documenting how sinister and terrible the FBI is in our modern times.  Including for example these recent examples:

  • FBI EXPOSED Trying To Bribe Ex Foreign Spy With $1M To Dig Up Dirt On Trump In SHOCKING Revelation here
  • Podcast on Whitmer kidnapping hoax: Finding Freedom: “Framed by the FBI Brandon Caserta Fought Back and Won” here
  • Dan Bongino: FBI whistleblower blows lid off white supremacy hoax here
  • New York Post: Facebook spied on private messages of Americans who questioned 2020 election here
  • Latest on FBI Trump raid as of August 14th 2022 here
  • Victor Davis Hanson: The FBI interferes in our elections, it's not just the 7th floor, and it should be abolished here
  • Tucker Carlson: Americans now live in a third world dictatorship run by a strong man tactics enfroced by goons at the FBI here
  • Tucker Carlson, Tim Pool, and Dan Bongingo all agree the FBI interferes in our elections: do you?
  • Jeff Deist: even normie boomer conservatives like Dennis Prager are now opposed to the FBI et al
  • Steve Bannon: "Let me just say the FBI is the American gestapo, you have destroyed a great institution" here
  • Most Americans now believe the FBI is corrupt -- dramatic decline in support over the last 4 years
  • Podcast: Scott Horton with Alan MacLeod on the alarming number of ex-FBI agents working at Twitter here
  • WaPo: the FBI is investing $27 million in social media surveillance software Babel-X here
  • Paul Sperry: FBI was likely searching for spygate materials; DOJ officials briefing on the raid had conflicts of interests here
  • Project Veritas leaks FBI elections crime cheat sheet
  • Former FBI agent Steve Gray: FBI is corrupt, subverted by woke yes-men, "I was threatened after I left for speaking up" here
  • Just The News: “FBI whistleblowers say senior officials ordered Bureau not to investigate Hunter Biden laptop” here
  • Former FBI deputy assistant director of counterterrorism Terry Turchie: Merrick Garland wouldn't recommend approval for AG search warrant for Unabomber's cabin; top of US government appears compromised by communists here
  • Judge Barbara Jones of SDNY (most corrupt district in the US) is the DOJ’s pick for special master on Trump raid; previously she helped the DOJ persecute James O'Keefe, Rudy Guliani, Michael Cohen, Victoria Tensing, and more here
  • Facebook is an extension of the national security state, employs 40,000 censors (larger than the FBI) and spent $16 billion dollars on censorship here
  • AG Bill Barr is a bad person who himself personally actively intervened to cover-up large-scale 2020 election fraud here
  • Former Green Beret Jeremy Brown recruited by FBI, arrested as a political prisoner when he refused here
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After ignoring the anti-science 5G hysteria, do any real issues remain?
Are there any valid concerns?


Back in 1966 the US developed microwave weapons (or rather, radio weapons more generally) as part of “Project Pandora” which was declassified some time ago such that you can get a copy of some documents via FOIA -- here’s 250 pages of it.

Where did Project Pandora come from?  "The microwave irradiation of the American Embassy in Moscow received little publicity until the winter of 1976 instillation of protective screening, but irradiation was known since 1953. [...] The Soviet irradiation of the American Embassy prompted a 1965 White House directive to investigate radio frequency biological effects particularly in the microwave region, that resulted in a major classified project code named Pandora."


Before I say more, do you know how your microwave oven works?  In the broadest terms it generates pulses of energy at a frequency that many molecules vibrate at, causing heat.  The frequency chosen is particularly helpful for making water molecules vibrate because water is in everything we eat.  A medium-sized apple is over 80% water.  The human body is something like 60% water.  Even a dry powder like wheat flour is roughly 10% water.  Microwaves interact with more than just water, though it's helpful to note that our home microwave ovens used for cooking are tuned to a frequency most helpful for interacting with water and by using different frequencies there could be more or less of this heating effect, or other effects, with different materials.

Next it's helpful to understand how getting the right amount of energy at the right time can lead to larger effects, even with a small energy input.  Everyone knows how this works intuitively when they push a kid on a swing.  If you push at just the right time the kid will go higher without you having to push very hard.  If you repeat this again and again you can get the kid swinging quite high without having input very much energy.  That's a perfect analogy for thinking about resonance.  Have you ever seen a person break a wine glass just by singing?  This is accomplished via a resonance effect where the sound pressure wave from the singer's voice at a particular note hits the glass causing it to vibrate and at just the right frequency it vibrates too much and breaks.  Yet the same singer yelling much more loudly at the wine glass will not break it.  It's not a question of how loud they are, primarily, it's resonance producing the effect (small amounts of energy at the right time / frequency).

Project Pandora included many sub-projects and one of particular note is “Project Bizarre.”  In Project Bizarre military researchers found they could elicit various emotional states through low power pulsed radio waves. Although this sounds a little crazy at first, once you start to think about how microwaves interact with water and how much of our body is water, it starts to become clear how carefully-chosen pulses could impact blood flow in the brain in somewhat selective ways, among many other effects. In any case these technologies aren’t a theory — however they work in detail — they’ve existed in reality for longer than most of us have been alive.  The USSR developed this before the US did. China developed it later. Any competent university student with an electrical engineering background could make a basic microwave weapon capable of hurting people by weaponizing a microwave oven: it isn’t rocket science.  A more sophisticated research lab that understands a lot of about human physiology and a lot about radio energy could produce effects in humans which are much more subtle.

Consider that the US federal government has had "voice to skull" technology since the 1970s that enables them to beam a voice directly into someone's head.  The US military and Federation of American Scientists describe it on their websites this way:

Nonlethal weapon which includes (1) a neuro-electromagnetic device which uses microwave transmission of sound into the skull of persons or animals by way of pulse-modulated microwave radiation; and (2) a silent sound device which can transmit sound into the skull of person or animals. NOTE: The sound modulation may be voice or audio subliminal messages. One application of V2K is use as an electronic scarecrow to frighten birds in the vicinity of airports.

There are commercially available devices capable of a similar effect using (inaudible) ultrasonic frequencies which are sometimes called "audio lasers" or more broadly directional loudspeakers.  These ultrasonic devices send a narrowly focused beam that can't be heard until it bounces off an object, then at the site where it bounces you'll hear it as a regular audio sound.  This is somewhat similar to bone conduction headphones like Shokz that rely on vibrating your cheekbone to transmit the sound rather than using air to transmit sound like regular headphones.  Voice to skull works on roughly the same principle as directional loudspeakers, just using different frequencies and relying on your skull to bounce the signal off rather than a table or a wall.  Does this sound crazy?  It's not, it's a phenomena well-known to modern science called the Microwave auditory effect -- here's it described on Wikipedia:

The microwave auditory effect, also known as the microwave hearing effect or the Frey effect, consists of the human perception of audible clicks, or even speech, induced by pulsed or modulated radio frequencies. The communications are generated directly inside the human head without the need of any receiving electronic device. The effect was first reported by persons working in the vicinity of radar transponders during World War II. In 1961, the American neuroscientist Allan H. Frey studied this phenomenon and was the first to publish information on the nature of the microwave auditory effect.

In 2016 US Embassy personnel in Havana, Cuba, began to report the development of an unusual set of symptoms and clinical signs, later to be called "Havana Syndrome."  The US Department of State asked the National Academy of Sciences to review the Havana Syndrome cases, their clinical features and management, epidemiologic investigations, and scientific evidence in support of possible causes, and advise on approaches for the investigation of potential future cases.  In short they found that microwave weapons were most likely to blame for the key issues.  This is not shocking at all.  As mentioned above this same type of thing had happened to US embassy personnel in the Soviet Union as far back as the 1950s, so much so that working in the Soviet Union embassy was considered a hazardous job with extra pay.

Also in 2016 the University of California published research showing how regular WiFi can be used like X-ray vision to see through walls.  MIT published similar research a year earlier.  Similar experiments before or after those have resulted in varying degrees of ability to see what's inside a room just by carefully monitoring WiFi signals to detect how much radio waves have bounced around or passed through objects before being detected outside (they are subtly weakened or distorted by the objects they interact with, conveying information about those objects that are analyzed by fancy software to produce the kind of X-ray vision effect).  Chances are very high that the US federal government has had some variation of this type of technology for a long time, long before these universities started to figure it out.  Consider that as far back as the 1940s governments have been experimenting with "laser microphones" capable of hearing a conversation inside a building from hundreds of yards away by directing a laser beam onto window pane or a light bulb of the room people are in and using the laser to measure the subtle glass vibrations caused by people speaking.  These type of surveillance systems were commercially available in the 1990s and some spooks have asserted (very plausibly) that the US federal government has used this type of technology operationally since at least the 1980s, and plausibly much earlier.

Radio waves present risks other than direct harm to your physical health.  They can be used to look inside your house like X-ray -- to spy on you.  They can be used to transmit sound directly into your head -- to drive you crazy.

This background information helps to make clear that we shouldn't be dismissive of the harms that are possible via radio waves, particularly when they're designed to be used as a weapon.  So what about 5G?  We don't know the full range of effects it produces because it has not been studied hardly at all.  Let's assume for the sake of argument that in typical use scenarios 5G is no more harmful than 4G.  Even then, 5G presents new risks because of how the technology works under the hood, unrelated to the specific use case it is applied to.

How does 5G work?

Modern radio equipment is software programmable to a significant degree. The hardware is capable of transmitting at many frequencies over a wide range, and it’s via software programming that particular frequencies and power levels are chosen for particular applications. The underlying hardware of the 5G transmitter may be used in entirely different use cases at different frequencies and power levels.  Just as you can use a knife to cut an apple or kill a person, so, too, can the hardware which underlies 5G have multiple uses.

A key part of what enables 5G to perform better than 4G is related to “beam forming.” Basically it’s a way for a 5G tower to focus the radio waves into a small area around where your phone is, rather than wasting transmission power broadcasting in all directions.  It's also the case that a single 5G transmission station will have many transmitters, to talk with many customers at once.

In broad strokes your mobile phone provider owns 5G radio broadcast towers which themselves are connected via land lines (e.g. fiber optics) back to a central network.  There have to be a lot of broadcast towers to provide good mobile phone coverage even for 4G, and much more-so for 5G (each tower has much less reach with 5G compared to 4G, so many more towers have to be deployed).  Because so many broadcast towers have to be deployed each is as simple and minimalist as possible so as to reduce costs to deploy and maintain.  To slightly over-simplify, a broadcast tower is made up of a small server which has several radios connected to it for talking to mobile phones, and one fiber optic connection back to headquarters.  This server is managed by your mobile phone company.  The software that runs on this server has a role in authenticating your phone to the mobile network (i.e. to make sure you've paid for service), keeping track of how much bandwidth you've used throughout the month, and rate-limiting people as needed to preserve quality of service for the most people.  The details of how this works aren't important.  The key thing to know is that when you're using your mobile phone it is talking to the nearest broadcast tower and your communications are passing through that server I'm talking about.  Periodically these servers need software upgrades to add new features or fix bugs: this capability is key to understanding some of the risks posted by 5G.

How could 5G be weaponized?

A few basic examples:

  1. The power available for transmission at each 5G station is sufficient to cause harm if the equipment malfunctions or is hacked into in a nasty way, e.g. such that multiple radio transmitters are running at maximum power, using beam-forming, focused on you.
  2. Even at low power levels there is the potential to produce biological effects and psychological effects by using carefully crafted pulsed signals. 5G doesn’t normally do this, but if someone nefarious gains control of the equipment they could reprogram it to do this. A pulsed signal at microwave oven frequencies pushes around water and blood in your body. Done cleverly, this can produce temporary negative effects like tiredness or agitation, for example.
  3. The beam-forming and higher frequency signals likely produce secondary effects that enable new types of surveillance. Look at what researchers have been able “see” inside a house only by monitoring regular WiFi signals as they bounce off stuff inside your house — it’s creepy, like X-ray vision. 5G would be useful for this same trick with much higher resolution and pervasive coverage. In the worst case, after 5G rollout the NSA (or China, etc) will be able to see inside every home as if they had a video camera in every room.
  4. Dr. Martin Pall also posits that 5G in its normal use case could have health risks ranging from depression to cancer, see this video and this article.
  5. There's a non-zero possibility that some of the nanoparticles deposited around the body by the recent COVID-19 vaccine campaign could be used for neuromodulation.  I know how crazy that sounds, and personally I consider it unlikely.  Though it's definitely not impossible and so it's irresponsible not to consider such risks -- read the link and decide for yourself.


5G has barely been studied at all by the open scientific community and the few studies that have been done were primarily by partisans.  Many of the potential risks associated with radio waves in general have been known about for half a century at this point.  That's not to say they're always dangerous (they're not), just that they can be used to cause harm, intentionally and unintentionally, and we shouldn't be lulled into a false sense of safety and security about what radio technology can do.  5G in particular has new technical features under the hood that both make it better and create new opportunities for misuse or unintentional harm.

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A case study in how the legacy media serves Democrats and the administrative state over truth, America, and Americans
US federal government involvement in social media censorship should be world-shaking major news

On Monday October 31st at 9am Ken Klippenstein and Lee Fang of The Intercept published a long detailed article with sources titled "TRUTH COPS; Leaked Documents Outline DHS's Plan to Police Disinformation", see here.  As of midnight on November 1st -- after two full news days -- the news bias website Ground.news shows (backup) a total of 31 news sources covering the story, of which just 1 is left-leaning.

bias distribution 90 pct republican

This is damning.  Alternative media like Tim Pool did a rare live breaking news segment to cover this story, which he breathlessly described as possibly the biggest of our lifetime.  Even foreign alternative media like Lotus Eaters did a video segment on this in podcast 514 titling it "Biden's Watergate Moment" in reference to how big this news is.  Canadian conservative media Rebel News covered it.  Beltway libertarian publication Reason covered it.  So of course did domestic right-wing media including Hannity, DailyWire, NewsMax, NY Post, Breitbart, and Just The News, among others.

I've been tracking censorship issues very closely since 2015.  The blockbuster article from The Intercept didn't actually break much news, except that they'd been leaked a draft of the once-every-four-years 2022 DHS "Homeland Security Review" document.  The primary materials underlying their reporting has been known for weeks or months via previous reporting on the incident.  I uploaded copies of the key information underlying The Intercept article as it became available, starting September 2nd 2022 -- two months ago -- reporting on the biweekly meetings between the federal government and big tech.  On September 8th I published the 711 page collection of discovery information from big tech on this issue.  On October 14th the lawsuit which produced the key discovery filed an amended complaint with additional information learned from discovery, and again I reported it.  I went through hundreds of pages of documents to extract key information about their efforts to interfere in elections, as well as the actions of specific people like Rob Flaherty, Deputy Assistant to President Biden, and Laura Dehmlow, Section Chief for the FBI's Foreign Influence Task Force.  I provide this background to make it clear that anyone who is paying attention had ready access to the information reported by The Intercept for weeks or months (see the context links here for full details).  When it's finally covered in long-form detail by an establishment-friendly outlet and generates massive coverage from their huge bombshell story, all we hear from left-wing media: crickets.

Where's CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, USA Today, The Hill, Reuters, etc?  They provide no coverage of The Intercept's bombshell story, and embarassingly minimal coverage of anything related to this topic.  Why?  Because this information is harmful to Democrats and to the administrative state (or the "permanent government" or "deep state" if you prefer).  Information which could lead to reduced power or increased repucrussions for Democrats / the administrative state is excluded from the information bubble that left-wing partisans are trapped in so that they're not given reason to question the false narratives they've come to accept.  Left-wing partisans are treated like mushrooms.

kept in the dark and fed shitIf Americans knew the full unvarnished truth about the efforts of the US federal government to shape what they see and hear it would cause protests and law changes, at a minimum.  Consider this gem:

“There’s another word for master narratives, it’s called history. Basically, every country creates their own narrative story. And, you know, my old job at the state department is what people used to joke as the chief propagandists job. We haven’t talked about propaganda. Propaganda — I’m not against propaganda, every country does it, and they have to do it to their own population, and I don’t necessarily think it’s that awful.” -former Editor at Time Magazine Richard Stengel, at a CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) event. Published May 3rd 2018 on the CFR YouTube channel titled “Political Disruptions: Combating Disinformation and Fake News"

It’s that same Mr. Stengal quoted above who is behind the TikTok influencer scheme to spread false narratives about Jan 6th 2021, the 2020 election, and Trump / MAGA generally as reported here.

Another key player in the narrative control business is Obama's propagandist Cass Sunstein and his "nudge" concept.  About his book (named "Nudge"):

The book draws on research in psychology and behavioral economics to defend libertarian paternalism and active engineering of choice architecture.

The words "paternalism" and "active engineering of choice" should really stand out.  This is mind control, done gently.

Democrat activists are pretty good at using "social proof" (a psychological and social phenomenon wherein people copy the actions of others) to persuade left-partisans into accepting or even desiring what Democrats want.  Part of how this is achieved is via bot farms where activists make certain ideas seem much more or less popular than they really are.  If you Tweet or post on Facebook or Reddit something the bot farm doesn't like you'll instantly get replies that seem to show nobody agrees with you, to discourage you and reduce the reach of your post.  If you say something th bot farm does like they will engage positively and boost your reach to a larger audience.  Truly massive bot farms operating under "#bluecrew" and "#DemCast" are used by Democrats to influence elections and increase racial tension as reported here.

I've touched on how the left-wing information ecosphere is curated like a cult to keep members from engaging with people from outside the cult.  On top of this news curation we also have bot farms and sophisticated government propaganda efforts meant to keep you in line via lies and trickery.  We also have the US federal government censorsing citizens.  What I've outlined here is just the tip of the iceberg.  Though it's enough to get a sense for why some things are the way that they are.  Underlying the specific efforts are goals based the desire to preserve or gain power over others.  This is a great evil that's very dangerous.  I'll end with a quote from Michael Hanby.  I'm not a Catholic and don't agree with everything he says, though there's much to like:

Now the digital revolution has irreversibly transformed the very nature of human sociality, bringing the sexual revolution to a decisive triumph with astonishing speed [...], propelling us breathlessly toward a posthuman future, and capacitating new forms of political action without political responsibility and new mechanisms of enforcement operating completely outside the traditional channels of political deliberation and decision. Riots can now be conjured up instantaneously around the globe in response to any provocation before our politicians can brush their teeth in the morning. The furies can be called down without notice upon anyone, anywhere, at the first indication of wrongthink—not by the state, or even by anyone in particular, but as the emergent effect of a vast stimulus-response mechanism and a system of mutual surveillance of all against all that has taken on a life of its own. The very possibility of being caught up in this mechanism suffices to “keep us in awe,” ruling by inducing what Shoshana Zuboff calls “anticipatory conformity.” The Hobbesian ambition of modern politics, to erect an artificial God imbued with quasi-divine attributes, has been realized on the plane not of political but of technological order and will almost certainly become more total still as biometrics fuses biotechnology and information technology together with the “internet of things”—tracking, predicting, and controlling the details of even our bodily life.


Almighty Google, to whom all hearts are open, all desires known, and from whom no secrets are hid, is more interior to us than we are to ourselves. Compared with such awesome new powers, having a few hundred people gather under a dome for part of a year to deliberate policy seems positively antiquated. The maturation of this technocratic power signals not another form of political order, transparent to the categories of classical political theory, but the end of politics, the beginning of a post-political age that indeed may already be upon us—and the need for a profound renewal of Catholic thinking.

Links to everyone who covered this story after two full news days according to Ground.news:

  1. https://www.makeuseof.com/leaked-documents-show-facebooks-collaboration-with-dhs-to-police-misinformation/
  2. https://therightscoop.com/ministry-of-truth-new-documents-reveals-that-facebook-and-twitter-have-been-working-with-dhs-to-censor-people/
  3. https://dnyuz.com/2022/10/31/feds-keep-facebook-censorship-portal-despite-dhs-disinformation-board-demise/
  4. https://rumble.com/embed/v1o8416/?pub=4
  5. https://www.rebelnews.com/alphabet_agencies_colluded_with_big_tech_companies_to_censor_disinformation_on_social_media
  6. https://hannity.com/media-room/big-tech-bombshell-twitter-facebook-had-regular-meetings-with-dhs-to-discuss-censorship/
  7. https://www.bitchute.com/video/7u-FuQDaRnc/
  8. https://www.zerohedge.com/political/leaked-docs-reveal-shocking-extent-dhs-disinfo-collusion-twitter-facebook
  9. https://americanmilitarynews.com/2022/10/facebook-has-special-govt-censorship-portal-for-govt-to-request-takedowns/
  10. https://www.newswars.com/dhs-coordinated-massive-censorship-operations-with-major-big-tech-platforms-leaked-docs-confirm/
  11. https://www.audacy.com/knss/news/national/twitter-facebook-had-censorship-meetings-with-dhs
  12. https://www.nationalreview.com/news/leaked-documents-reveal-dhs-collaborated-with-facebook-to-target-disinformation/
  13. https://www.dailywire.com/news/big-tech-worked-closely-with-the-fbi-and-dhs-to-police-disinformation
  14. https://www.newsmax.com/loganratick/dhs-censorship-twitter/2022/11/01/id/1094383/
  15. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/restoring-america/faith-freedom-self-reliance/dhs-quietly-expanding-efforts-to-combat-misinformation
  16. https://ijr.com/musk-right-bombshell-leak-reveals-fired-twitter-exec-biden-admin/
  17. https://nationalfile.com/report-twitter-and-facebook-held-regular-meetings-with-dhs-to-coordinate-censorship/
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