What if the “Technological Revolution” was created to spread bullshit faster and farther while tracking and monitoring every human on Earth?
What if governments have become so focused on preserving their bloated bureaucracies they no longer put any value on taxpayers?
What do we do?
While it was Bush senior who first announced this New World Order. . . I couldn’t get a Pexels pic of him so I had to settle for one of his far less impressive offspring. I’m just not invested enough in becoming a “successful blogger”—whatever that is—to spend the time to visit another site for a photo. You all know what he looks like. You probably remember him at the podium when he first spoke those eerily chilling words.
What if we used the Internet to spread awareness and to fight back?
I’ve been writing about “the powers that be”—a.k.a. patriarchy: those who perpetuate the status quo—for years now.
How’s that working out?
Let’s just say it’s on my list of Stupidest Things I’ve Ever Done as a writer. If I had chosen a path like most sheeple do, I would be far better off.
In the last five years I have written about and questioned the motives of:
- the origins of the web.
- puppet leaders.
- the top 1% of the elite.
- security agencies.
- the military industrial complex.
- mega corporations.
- social media moguls.
Only my closest followers would know this though, because taking a stand will get you shadow banned PERMANENTLY, or worse. Interestingly, none of these articles are searchable on google using any of the many key words or phrases added, yet all my half-crazed fluff pieces are there. Coincidence? I took a stand against amazon’s attempts to monopolize the book market. Now, my first book is priced at or below their cost—effectively killing it for other booksellers. Coincidence? I launched a one man campaign to out Zuck the Fuck’s misdeeds back when I was on flakebook. I used a library’s fakebook account to follow my author page. All those posts were missing when they went to my page. Coincidence? I’ve said a great deal about how twitter is following in the steps of facebook, and for reasons they will not explain, I have endless problems with my pages there. Coincidence? This is just the highlight reel.
What is a shadow ban?
It is the clever covert suppression of ideas that fly in the face of the status quo on the web.
“Shadow banning essentially means that a user of Twitter or any other online forum is not actually banned outright. Instead, all of their posts are made only visible to themselves [or a tiny few followers]. For example, if a Twitter user was shadow banned, they would still be able to see their tweets but no one else would.” – The Independent
To the two of you who are likely to see this, I wish great things for you in this new decade.
If you happen to write, be careful what you say on the web.
I’m skipping all the time consuming “best SEO practices” from now on. There’s no point.