For thee but not for me – protests and lockdowns

Advocating violence or promoting civil rights? Oligarchy desperation, cornered rat type (watch out for painful bites) – The narrative is an attempt to escape reality and garner fellow victims – Durham’s Watergate redux. Some think it too big to prosecute. House Detectives were old school surveillance state – internet history tabled.   

Leftist Media Falsely Frames RNC’s Defense Of Jan. 6 Free Speech As A Defense Of Rioting. Tristan Justice — “framed Republicans as defenders of the Capitol chaos, rather than of the Constitution-protected rights to free speech and peaceable assembly.” — “The idea that Republicans declared any episodes of political violence “legitimate political discourse,” isn’t just untrue, it’s entirely absurd” — “The media’s knee-jerk reaction to frame the RNC censure as justifying rioting at the Capitol is part of the true scandal embedded in the Democrats’ Jan. 6 efforts.”

Oligarchy’s Response to the Freedom Convoy Bodes Ill for Them. Roger Kimball — “The deposition of Canada’s prime minister is unlikely to be so sanguinary as the Ceau?escus in Romania. But it will be no less definitive.” — “Will the heavy hand of the state succeed in crushing the protest? In the short term, perhaps.” — “There are several ironies regarding the Canadian chapter of this uprising against the self-appointed elites who wish to rule us.”

Killing civilization: Teaching schoolkids ‘the narrative’. Selwyn Duke — “It’s the result of deceivers “replacing instruction about facts with narrative stories.” The facts here reveal that there is no story.” — “What’s so tragic here is that while children are easily manipulated with lies, they’re also very receptive to Truth because they don’t yet have ingrained political biases that cause them to run information through an ideological filter. Facts really can hit home with them.”

Sometimes a Not-Great Notion. Clarice Feldman — “The not-so-great notion in recent years, in my view, has been that of the ruling elites of the western nations now heading for political suicide.” — “the people who came up with the not great notion of enhancing their power and the power of their gentry and donor base by lockdowns and enforced compliance with mask and vaccine mandates are jumping in the river of our widespread discontent and drowning.”

The Surveillance and Political Spying Operations Highlighted by John Durham Today are the Tip of the Iceberg. Sundance — “Barack Obama and Eric Holder did not create a weaponized DOJ and FBI; instead, what they did was take the preexisting system and retool it, so the weapons only targeted one side of the political continuum.”

The Bygone Era Of The Hotel Detective. Luke J Spencer — technology has changed things a bit.

The 20 Internet Giants That Rule The Web. Tyler Durden — “With each passing year, an increasingly large segment of the population no longer remembers images loading a single pixel row at a time, the earsplitting sound of a 56k modem, or the early domination of web portals.”


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