A contribution to the challenge of digital authoritarianism
I applaud you for taking this on. I am 100% in your corner and will subscribe. I don’t have super deep pockets, but I will donate according to my ability. Are you a 503c? Do you have a tax id number?
Fantastic, so glad to see this on here. You have my full support. For those Interested , I am working on a small piece to this puzzle with the sovereign state bank initiative. You can view my post about CBDC’s and fed bank corruption /WEF coup under my post “taxation without representation is tyranny” on my substack.
I am glad my subscription will go into that pot. It is a highly worthy project! Thank you for all you are doing.
I tried your contact link and it failed. I would very much like to help. I can read scientific articles critically and can write as well.
Please see this: https://digitallibertiesamendment.com/
https://youtu.be/bbRYcbmUxEQ Maybe reach out to millennial journalists on video platforms to call out the fraud of bot farms/networks in the current digital media market. And make this a selling point for forward looking journalism.
Andrew - I just confirmed my subscription. thank you. Question: when you refer to “digital,” will that include digital currency as well? CBDCs??? I see The Heretic Homesteader brought that up as well. We are not fond of having someone with the ability to turn on/off access to what we now call money. With the heavy hands that have been swatting around us, that would be a natural means of control. Just wondering if there will be a willingness to go up against that as well.
Thank you for waking up. Hopefully you will also start to read older stuff like footnote 13 on page 82 of NCSTAR 1? And then talk to Tony Szamboti and ask him what he has to say to the scientific debate around certain topics... maybe now that you are realizing that there are seemingly people out there that give a flying fuck about millions of people dying from things they did. They did not give a fuck about other peoples lives back then either. It was all about control, as it is now.
The World Wide Web was developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s as a standard for the exchange of hypertext documents, or html files, over the internet by the hypertext transfer protocol (http). It was born at CERN, which interestingly is an organization that enjoys sovereign immunity from national and international laws, much like the Bank of International Settlements, GAVI, WHO and others. The original inventor of the WWW is Tim Berners-Lee, who remains active in the W3C, a "public-private partnership" that fosters the development of new web standards. Berners-Lee and the W3C are bringing forth a new web standard, Solid, which they call a "mid-course correction" for the web, designed to make it easier for users to protect their personal data. https://solidproject.org I personally have some reservations about Solid's potential use as a platform for social credit systems, which I've written (briefly) about here: https://tomg2021.substack.com/p/a-new-web-for-more-privacy and here: https://tomg2021.substack.com/p/the-world-wide-webs-course-correction
Tim Berners-Lee, the original inventor of the World Wide Web, attended Davos. See page 67 of the list of participants, under USA/Universities/MIT
World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2023
List of Participants
Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 16 - 20 January 2023
Summary of Everything and Quick Links
Organizational Chart, Bank for International Settlements Kill Box
Laundering With Immunity: The Control Framework – Part 1
The 150 Bilderbergers Who Influenced And Controlled The Response To COVID-19
"“Meta set the agenda in ways that affected the overall independence of the researchers,” wrote Michael Wagner, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication."
This. Is a problem. Content developer cannot let platforms, like Meta, co-govern the US Congress by managing political action with both finance and tailored information operations BY A VARIETY OF GOVERNMENTS without accountability. https://www.politico.com/newsletters/digital-future-daily/2023/07/27/score-one-for-the-algorithm-00108592