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The CyberPandemic Has Begun

The World Economic Forum’s proclaimed Cyberpandemic has begun: defense, power, water, finance, and our supply chain are all vulnerable to massive disruptions after FireEye & SolarWinds have unleashed weapons of mass digital destruction AND unlocked the back doors of governments, militaries, and nearly the entire Fortune 500. Christian Westbrook breaks it down, and asks: “Who stands to benefits from this Cyberpandemic?” in this Ice Age Farmer broadcast.

The Grand Leader of The Technofascist Great Reset Klaus Schwab has issued his pronouncement: our digital infrastructure and even the power grid that enables it is at great risk of global disruption from cyberattack. And you know what? He’s right.

It’s just that the most likely cyberterrorists are the criminals in government and in organizations connected to the World Economic Forum.

In any case, we shouldn’t rely on the idea of important information being forever and always available at the click of a button. So what ever can we do to safeguard the books, music and media that we hold dear? What people have always done: keep a physical copy of it. Today James Corbett and his guests extol the virtues of physical media in an increasingly digital age. More from The Corbett Report.

D’Souza: We Need A New Media

The media has reached such a zenith of dishonesty that they are now pretending they have already gotten rid of Donald Trump. The most egregious example of its duplicity comes from social media giant Facebook, who changed President Trump’s page, no longer calling him the President of the United States but a political candidate.

This drew the ire of conservative political commentator Dinesh D’Souza, who says, “This is flat-out misinformation. Trump is the President now, he’ll remain the President. What you have here is the sheer hutzpah, the dishonest hutzpah of the media, including digital media.”

It’s a path the mainstream and digital media have traveled heavily during the Trump Administration and one that cannot sustain itself going forward. “We’ve come to a sorry pass in American politics and we’ve got to think hard about how we go forward,” D’Souza says. “We’re not going to be able to do it with the media we have. We really need a new media.” Here’s more with D’Souza.

Journalists In State Of Panic

Journalists are panicking after passage of a new California law that appears to make freelance writing impossible to do. “Everybody is freaking out,” says Tim Pool. No doubt, the law will get fixed over time. But the mess could last awhile. Liberals have never been especially practical or concerned about the people over whom they run roughshod. Perhaps it’s poetic justice,though, to see journalists bear the brunt of Liberal shenanigans.

Vincent James of The Red Elephants discusses the continuing drive by YouTube to quash or even outright ban conservative channels. Not only has The Red Elephants been kicked off the platform for a period of time, but also: Owen Benjamin, Know More News, Red Ice TV, Sinatra Says, Brother Nathanael, Lift the Veil, Jake Morphonios, even Steven Crowder for a spell. Most have eventually resurfaced on YouTube, although the constant censorship struggles have left many of us to do our searching these days on alternate sites. We primarily use Bitchute,while some prefer Gab, Rumble or Minds.

Meanwhile, Verizon has been seeking to sell off the Huffington Post, a move which will likely result in layoffs regardless of the result. The company is seeking to slim down its digital media business at a time when many media companies are facing shortfalls, budget cuts, and layoffs.

CNN, VICE, BuzzFeed, Verizon, Disney and more have faced declining viewership, ratings and revenues for the past few years. This is just another trend is the downfall of leftist and far left digital media. At the same time, conservative media seems to be seeing a resurgence with Fox News doing particularly well in growth and ratings.

This all follows a trend of companies basically following “get woke go broke” as a business plan. Vice, for instance, used to be edgy and taboo but now follows the establishment political orthodoxy. Not too long after getting woke they started to go broke. Vice News sadly has merged with Viceland after being canceled on HBO.  More from Tim Pool.

 

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