The way this tap dance works is this:
The Operation Mockingbird mainstream media can no longer control the narrative in the age of the Interwebz and tech savvy young adults. This means the alphabet agencies no longer have as strong a grip on the narrative and social engineering. They know this is causing them to lose control; no one is buying their false flags anymore. Like a cornered animal, this ability to sense that they are in trouble causes them in their heightened paranoia increasingly to lash out. And sloppily, at that.
They have their media mockingbirds shriek about ‘online radicalization and extremism’ which apparently is enforced in only one direction and they write up hit pieces attacking their competitors in the alternative media. The alphabet agencies then follow up by censoring the media’s competitors via their big tech proxies.
Google recently went as far as to meddle in Hong Kong’s ‘democratic integrity,’ on behalf of China most likely, by silencing and erasing 210 unique YouTube channels, according to Fox News:
“Google said Thursday that it had shut down 210 YouTube channels after the company learned they were tied to misinformation about the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
The announcement came after Twitter and Facebook suspended nearly 1,000 accounts tied to a Beijing-backed disinformation campaign. YouTube has also faced pressure to remove Chinese state media advertisements from its videos.
“Earlier this week, as part of our ongoing efforts to combat coordinated influence operations, we disabled 210 channels on YouTube when we discovered channels in this network behaved in a coordinated manner while uploading videos related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong,” Shane Huntley of Google Security’s Threat Analysis Group said in a blog post.” – Fox News
Google’s increasingly authoritarian social engineering indoctrination experiment known as YouTube has also just cracked down on two (2) alternative media channels, deleting them with no warning and without any due process — a channel called ‘Way of the World’ and a channel called ‘Iconoclast’. Please see the video below to see some ideas for addressing this rising issue of big tech censorship:
Let us know what ideas you have to combat big tech tyranny below…