The Information War Podcast – Episode #2 The Big Censorship Picture

I sat down for a wide-ranging chat with @truthforce from #Informationwar on Steemit. It started with censorship at Twitter and Google and just went everywhere.  We touch on a number of topics, from China to the critical moment where someone gets 'red-pilled' on what's truly going on. You can listen to the conversation here on … Continue reading The Information War Podcast – Episode #2 The Big Censorship Picture

The War on Bitcoin is Proof Crypto is Winning

It's clear to me now that Wall St. is behind the failure of the New York Agreement. Roger Ver and his championing Bitcoin Cash was used as a stalking horse to destroy Bitcoin's ability to function in the marketplace. But, it is this very kind of attack that betrays the weakness of their position. The … Continue reading The War on Bitcoin is Proof Crypto is Winning

AI Censorship and the Power of Steem to Preserve Truth

Just read a great article by Caitlin Johnstone over at Medium where she discusses the automation of censorship tools by companies like Twitter and Google. Putting paid Julian Assange's warning last year on this, Ms. Johnstone details just some of the abuses that Twitter and Google engaged in to subtly and not-so-subtly shift public perception of major … Continue reading AI Censorship and the Power of Steem to Preserve Truth

Project Veritas Proves Twitter Shadow-Bans and Why Steemit is the Solution

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas caught Twitter employees red-handed on the issue of shadow-banning.  And while it’s well-known within the Right and Libertarian communities that this practice has been going on for a long time, now we have Twitter employees on tape telling us how it’s done. I know I’ve been shadow-banned.  I stopped trying to … Continue reading Project Veritas Proves Twitter Shadow-Bans and Why Steemit is the Solution

Facebook Whistles Past its Own Graveyard

Facebook's proposed pay-to-play changes are the kind of tone-deaf move that will hasten its own demise. I am pretty much post-Facebook at this point.  My relationship with the anti-social network has always been tenuous.  As a member of the initial libertarian vanguard that promoted Ron Paul in 2008 I saw Facebook for what it was … Continue reading Facebook Whistles Past its Own Graveyard