This blog is dedicated to the memory of David Weintraub, who took on insidious astroturfers and won.
Monday, March 3, 2014
I'm Gonna Start Blogging Again Soon
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The above is from the recent Snowden disclosures. I think this has been the most important release so far. We now have proof that disinfo agents are indeed all over the internet as the equivalent of modern day cointelpro.
The people at Pando are attacking Greenwald. They are turning it into a cottage industry. I am not a big fan of Greenie and indeed I credit (possible disinfo agent) donkeytale for opening my eyes about his schtick. The problem with Pando, however, is two-fold. For one, they don't seem too interested in the conspiracy fact that the internet is rigged. Secondly, their current beef with Greenwald is based on who funds The Intercept. Yet, if you take a closer look at Pando and who they are funded by and affiliated with, they are just as bad!
This basically boils down to two sets of elitist "progressives" competing for the same pool of "Security" commerce. This is in contrast to the Kimberlin Vs. Breitbart Cult nonsense. Those two sides are not in competition. The more the opposite side mentions the other, the more that fake story continues to grow. Since they are not competing for the same revenue, it's all good.
I think I've done fairly well with my Twitter incarnation. However, the structure of that social media is not user-friendly for either writers or readers. Blogs are.
This entry serves as an announcement that I am returning to regular blogging. This is not a love siren to donkeytale. It's been wonderful since we've parted ways. Nonetheless, he said something once which I believe nailed my schtick. He said, to paraphrase, I fight conspiracies with conspiracy theory. Well, to him it was more like I fight conspiracy theories with conspiracy theories. He never did give me much credit for being a social theorist. His implication seemed to be I am a kook.
That's easy for anonymous cowards to do. Since it has now been confirmed by NBC News and The Intercept that indeed the internet is rigged Hal Turner-style, I have been vindicated for my many years trying to get across that basic message.
But it's not about me. It's not about Paul Carr, Mark Ames, Glenn Greenwald, or the elitist pigs funding both sides of irrelevant, internet drama. I am not saying there's nothing to learn from looking into that specific, inane battle. Yet, while all that stink up continues to fester, the main personalities on both sides continue to solidify their self-serving power and influence.
The internet zeitgeist should be focused on the actual Snowden documents but isn't. What's that line, the revolution will not be televised? Fine. Ok. Whatever. Something status quo shaking has still just been released. There is no going back. There is no way for the Military Industrial Complex to spin their way out of it. Obfuscating the significance of Snowden releases will only work short term. There is something called the big picture. There is something called slow and steady wins the race.
Under "Group" in the above screenshot is the phrase Conspiracy Stories. Hmmm. The Western governments are in a legitimation crisis. They spout of freedom, democracy, and ending terrorism. Unfortunately for them, it is also conspiracy fact that all their fascist maneuverings cannot change the truth that not one terrorist attack has been thwarted through internet cointelpro.
They continue to deny our constitutional right to freedom of speech and association. When busted, they simply push the convolution to even higher levels. They spin their state-sponsored terrorism into being nothing more than tinfoil voiced by nutters. The disinfo fucks forgot the projection alert.