The fix is in – I listen for an answer but hear nothing.

The Corporate Takeover Of ‘Fact-Checking’ Is Just A Different Path To The Same Partisan Censorship. Christopher Bedford – “The last week was a rough one for the fact-check industry, not simply because they demonstrably screwed up a series of very public decisions, but because those decisions exposed them for what they’ve always been: tools for censoring conservatives.”

Atlas: Twitter’s Censorship Of Mask Facts From WHO Is Dangerous Territory. Jordan Davidson – “White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Scott Atlas said Twitter’s censorship of his account over him tweeting WHO information about face masks should be concerning not only because big tech is suppressing scientific facts, but also because they are preventing freedom of speech.”

“The point is not the mask, as you know, the point really has nothing to do with that,” Atlas said. “The point is we are living in a world where opinion, even if it’s based in fact, even if it’s science, it is snuffed out as if it’s some kind of poison for even allowing it to be expressed.”

“When you cancel people out, when you cancel out facts, we are living in a world where really we are in dangerous territory,” Atlas explained.

Commission Changes Rules To Mute Microphones During Next Debate; Trump “Remains Committed” To Debate. Tyler Durden – “in the wake of the Hunter Biden laptop revelations – and in what we’re sure is a coincidence, the Debate Commission has decided to ditch foreign policy as a topic for Thursday’s face-off.”

The fix is in for the final presidential debate. Thomas Lifson – “President Trump will be silenced during the second and final presidential debate Thursday night if he tries to raise any issues that might be too uncomfortable for Joe Biden or the swamp that backs him.” … “Two recent actions by the Commission on Presidential Debates reveal the outrageous information control strategy being implemented.”

America Is Drowning in the Lies of the Left. Dennis Prager – “the father of modern leftism, Vladimir Lenin, named the Soviet communist newspaper “Pravda,” the Russian word for “truth.” Truth is what a leftist says it is. It is not an objective reality.” … “The left has always relied on lies to gain and retain power. This is as true today in the United States as it was in the Soviet Union. … Here are examples of lies Americans are told they must hold lest they be removed from social media, shamed, ostracized and even fired from their jobs.”

“This Is Not A Russian Hoax”: ‘Nonpublic Information’ Debunks Letter From ’50 Former Intel Officials’. Tyler Durden – “It would appear these former intel officials are not aware of the current intel official views, confirmed by DNI Ratcliffe yesterday”

Hunter Biden’s Magical Moscow Laptop. Daniel Greenfield – “The only Russian disinformation operation here is the one being waged by the media. “

Disinformation, mainstream media style. Scott Johnson – “Our media betters at the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC and elsewhere instantly united to dismiss the New York Post stories derived from the emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop as Russian disinformation.”

Treason In America: An Overview Of The FBI, CIA, And Matters Of “National Security”. Cynthia Chung – “The tragedy of Hamlet does not just lie in the action (or lack of action) of one man, but rather, it is contained in the choices and actions of all its main characters.” … “Neither the American people, nor the world as a whole, can afford to suffer any more of the so-called “mistaken” intelligence bumblings. It is time that these intelligence bureaus are held accountable for at best criminal negligence, at worst, treason against their own country.”

Indescribable Act of Terror? Lloyd Billingsley – “What the Michigan kidnap plot reveals about the FBI, the deep state, and the correlation of forces.” … “The FBI’s method is to “place agents among the target group, stoke their sentiments, and lead them to say or do something that could be characterized as a crime, then arrest them and claim credit for foiling a plot.” In intelligence lingo, this is “provocation,” but “in legal terms, it’s entrapment.”

Why New York City’s Feminist Medusa Statue Gets Everything Wrong. Nathan Stone – “By inverting the myth of Perseus, a new sculpture in New York City transforms good into evil, heroism into oppression, and men into monsters.” … “its very incorrectness is why Medusa was transfigured into a feminist icon.” … “The end result is a city-approved work of bronze which Jessica Mason gushed would “shame men entering the New York County Criminal Courthouse.”

The Children’s Book Council and ‘Young Dark Emu’. Joanna Hackett – “My opinion of Australia’s literary scene reached a new low when I read that Pascoe’s little book of bias and untruths, Young Dark Emu: A Truer History is now on the short list for the Eve Pownall Award.” … “Young Dark Emu is not factual material and is therefore not eligible. Even its subtitle is a lie: a “truer history” it most certainly is not.” The myths about indigenous cultures “were agriculturalists, not hunter-gatherers” and constructed “a system of pan-continental government that generated peace and prosperity” are endemic in academia despite not being able to withstand even minor scrutiny.

“So what is going on here?” I ask myself from my coronavirus-induced isolation. “Why is nobody standing up and shouting to the rooftops that Bruce Pascoe has no clothes? What are you all afraid of?”

I listen for an answer but hear nothing. Nothing but the wind in the bullshit trees.

The Climate Cult’s Brat Brigade. Tony Thomas – “In the Iraq-Iran wars of the 1980s, Ayatollah Khomeini sent 12-year-old Iranian schoolchildren swarming into no-man’s-land to detonate the mines. The keen kids wore devotional slogans on red headbands and each carried a small metal key to open the gates of Paradise.” … “The analogy with enrolling Australian kids as zero-emission fanatics is not perfect. The kids’ task is not to blow themselves up but to blow up 130 years of Western progress based on reliable electricity.”

When “science” follows the left. Paul Mirengoff – “Anyone can make a mistake. However, publishing an article even though the questions of reviewers have not been addressed seems like more than just a mistake. … And these kinds of “mistakes” always seem to cut in favor of the left’s agenda. Coincidence? Probably not.”

 

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