New Video : The Twitter Court Of Law

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7 Responses to New Video : The Twitter Court Of Law

  1. Peter Carroll says:

    Trial by ignorance!

  2. Pgnas says:

    Please see the lastest opening remarks by the head of the WHO about how things cannot go back to the way they were due to climate change—21-august-2020

  3. Nuts Bolts says:

    Zach Vorhies the Google whistle-blower was interviewed by Highwire last Thursday. He explains how google, Twitter etc., is manipulating public opinion. He predicts it is going to get ‘far’ worse as the US election approaches. For all we know Realclimatescience could already be on a black list and be made to go suddenly dark in cyberspace during the run up to the election. For as Zach Vorhies points out, the algorithms are getting ever more smart. Then the program goes on to interview Trevor Fitzgibbon and his experiences. Long interviews but very informative. The meat starts at 0-26-00 into the program. Its time for every one to do what they can — even if it is just making as many people as possible aware of what is really happening. If the opportunity to lead by example comes along — grab it. It is down to actions of every thinking individual to get us out of this mess.

  4. Russell Palin says:

    Extinction rebellion blocking access to newspaper delivery now in the UK,
    because these particular newspapers do not print the “Climate Horror” narrative as much as they could.
    Brown shirts in action, just imagine if any conservative group blocked newspaper delivery…
    The second era of the National Socialists has well and truly begun has it not.
    I note the lack of effect on the “climate Horror story” from there being less global air travel and cruise shipping…
    Does not fit the narrative so no story in the news here in the UK

  5. just a thought says:

    Anti-Social tech giants indulging in vigilantism? Perish the thought!

  6. Having read this I thought it was very informative. I appreciate you spending some time and effort to put this short article together. I once again find myself personally spending a lot of time both reading and commenting. But so what, it was still worthwhile!

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