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    Default Re: Digital lock down: “the establishment is scared sh*tless”

    The fact that Infowars.com is on this list immediately outs it as a cleansing of opposition campaign-this is a complete outrage and an obvious censorship move, the establishment news mouthpieces are being eclipsed and out competed-Infowars alone has many millions more views than CNN & the other mainstream platforms (at least in terms of raw online consumption and radio)-if we don't prevent this we deserve all we get-the internet has been a thorn in the side of mainstream politics for at least the ;last 10 years when social media has really taken off -because 'social media' is the current state of the internet (Thanks Gary Vaynerchuk) as far as many billions of people are concerned!
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    Default Re: Digital lock down: “the establishment is scared sh*tless”

    Quote Posted by norman (here)
    Yes, corbettreport.com has made this new, mysterious, anonymously-authored "propaganda list" of websites to watch out for in the era of #FakeNews and Russians under every rock. And yes, the list is as ridiculous as that sounds. Join me today as I look into the latest pathetic attempt by a flailing establishment to bolster their discredited mouthpiece media organs and counter the ascendant alternative media. (Spoiler: they're going to lose this battle as well.)
    Perhaps the PropOrNot.com "fake news" list is not as ridiculous as it sounds.

    The sites on that list do seem, at some level, in my view, to mostly buy into the dominant themes of what divides us, but those sites just happen to "take the other side".

    The sites such as the following that I read to find "whole 'nother ways" of looking at the affairs of humanity, that endeavor to see beyond the usual divisions, were not listed on PropOrNot.com. My list of favorite "deeply alternative sites" includes:Perhaps the PropOrNot fake news list is just another way to get us to pick sides, from amongst the sides offered us on the menu, their menu.
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