JOHN CHUCKMAN COMMENT: RIGHT WING WEAPONIZING OF THE INTERNET? BUT IT HAS ALREADY BEEN DONE BY CIA AND FBI WITH OUTFITS LIKE FACEBOOK AND WIKIPEDIA AND GOOGLE – MORE SCAREMONGERING FOR MORE CONTROL   Leave a comment

John Chuckman

COMMENTS POSTED TO AN ARTICLE BY LIZZIE DEARDEN IN THE INDEPENDENT

Far-right extremists targeting UK as they ‘weaponise internet culture’ to spread hatred around the world
Key figures from the European Identitarian movement have met in London ‘to discuss starting new UK branch’

‘weaponise internet culture’?

An utterly meaningless phrase crafted by those with an interest in control, opposition to the free flow of information, and just basically totalitarian mentalities.

If the phrase has any meaning, it applies to American hi-tech Internet companies like Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Apple, etc.

These companies all surreptitiously steal customer information to supply the thugs at the CIA and FBI, as well as sell it God knows where for profit.
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Response to a reader comment quoting Wikipedia:

Wikipedia has been so penetrated by American security services that a great many of its current articles aren’t worth reading.

Rooms full of guys at CIA must type out new stuff giving the American government slant on things 24 hours a day.

Just check any article on a significant subject involved in important controversy and you will find the clearest effort to “control the narrative.”

Wikipedia started as an interesting idea, but it has badly degenerated in recent years.

Posted October 24, 2017 by JOHN CHUCKMAN in Uncategorized

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