I don’t remember who said “when the Internet encounters censure it bypasses it”. By Net I don’t mean the World WideSpying Web, but the hardware that interconnects the communication network.
During a RevelationRadioNews.com podcast, the hosts Tim and Andrew and their guest brought up the interesting point that Big Tech’s censure, especially since covid-19’s scare, has triggered a proliferation of podcasts and alternative video streaming apps that did not exist prior to the mediated virus.
One of these days I’ll get to write the piece that’s been brewing in my mind for a while that describes that this globally propagated virus is an implicit declaration of war against the nation-state. This is evidenced by censure that violates citizens’ rights protected by the US Constitution and the division within the government(s) between the globalists and the patriots.
The scare tactics, or psychological warfare implemented by a foreign body against the US and its Constitution, has generated a widespread reaction among American viewers and listeners that triggered a growth of alternative sources of news, forums, opinions and open discussions.
It seems to me that the US is at a political crossroad: And the spread alternative news outlets is akin to the underground use and distribution of pamphlets during the war of Independence.
Good article in Off-Guardian.org by CJ Hopkins, Manufacturing (New Normal) “Reality”
“HyperNormalisation” is a word that was coined by a brilliant Russian historian who was writing about what it was like to live in the last years of the Soviet Union. What he said, which I thought was absolutely fascinating, was that in the 80s everyone from the top to the bottom of Soviet society knew that it wasn’t working, knew that it was corrupt, knew that the bosses were looting the system, know that the politicians had no alternative vision. And they knew that the bosses knew that they knew that. Everyone knew it was fake, but because no one had any alternative vision for a different kind of society, they just accepted this sense of total fakeness as normal. And this historian, Alexei Yurchak, coined the phrase “HyperNormalisation” to describe that feeling.
I thought, “that’s a brilliant title” because, although we are not in any way really like the Soviet Union, there is a similar feeling in our present day. Everyone in my country and in America and throughout Europe knows that the system that they are living under isn’t working as it is supposed to; that there is a lot of corruption at the top. But when ever the journalists point it out, everyone goes “Wow that’s terrible!” and then nothing happens and the system remains the same.
Off-Guardian.org: Thanks to CJ Hopkins and Consent Factory for permission to transcribe their Twitter thread (excerpt)
It’s pretty clear that the entire Covid19 “pandemic” narrative is undergoing a shift, a change in focus that will both reinforce the idea the virus is definitely real/frightening, and re-frame China to play the heel.
The problems with this narrative were perfectly summed up by our friends over at the Consent Factory, home of satirist-in-residence CJ Hopkins and a Twitter must-follow. We’ve transcribed their brilliant Twitter thread below.
The lab-leak story is:
an out for those who haven’t wanted to face the fallout of covering the actual Covid story (i.e., manipulation of definitions and statistics to generate the illusion of an apocalyptic plague)
reification of that illusion.
If they can get you to focus on how the “monster virus” may have “escaped from a lab” (like in a sci-fi movie)…maybe you’ll forget about Sweden, Florida, Texas, etc…
If they can get you to focus on how the “monster virus” may have “escaped from a lab” (like in a sci-fi movie)…maybe you will forget how they redefined a medical “case” to include perfectly healthy people, and then reported an explosion of “cases.”
If they can get you to focus on how the “monster virus” may have “escaped from a lab” (like in a sci-fi movie)…maybe you’ll totally forget how they defined a “Covid hospitalization” as anyone in hospital, for any reason, who tested positive with a PCR test jacked up to 40 or 50.
If they can get you to focus on how the “monster virus” may have “escaped from a lab” (like in a sci-fi movie)…maybe you’ll forget how they suddenly decided that herd immunity had never existed, and could only be achieved with an experimental “vaccine.”
If they can get you to focus on how the “monster virus” may have “escaped from a lab” (like in a sci-fi movie)…maybe you’ll forget how they showed us fake photos of “people dropping dead in the streets from Covid” back when the Shock and Awe campaign began.
If they can get you to focus on how the “monster virus” may have “escaped from a lab” (like in a sci-fi movie)…maybe you’ll forget how they terrorized everyone with pictures of “death trucks.”
If they can get you to focus on how the “monster virus” may have “escaped from a lab” (like in a sci-fi movie)…maybe you’ll forget all the empty“emergency Covid hospitals.”
If they can get you to focus on how the “monster virus” may have “escaped from a lab” (like in a sci-fi movie)…maybe you’ll forget the totally non-apocalyptic age-adjusted deaths rates.
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