August saw the dissolution of the Disinformation Governance Board after Jankowicz filed her resignation in May. Now, the former White House disinformation czar, Nina Jankowicz is registering as a foreign agent.
During a recent trip to Dubai, plainclothes police detained Sherif Osman. He is still in custody. The ex American air force captain was arrested in Dubai for posting a youtube video.
First, if you have not yet seen Died Suddenly, the killer documentary that dropped two days ago, I urge you to watch it as soon as you can—it’s a little over an hour—and share it far and wide. Although it makes some trivial mistakes, it is a very solid piece of work—as sound as it is harrowing, and that’s really saying something; so all those who appreciate my weekly Substacks on the toll of the “vaccines” will also very much appreciate this film, and learn a lot from it (as I did):
China has banned celebrities with lapsed morals who have committed crimes like drunk driving, drug use, fraud, and tax evasion from endorsing health, education and financial products.
Gareth Icke, the son of David Icke, recently tweeted that his father has been banned and has been designated as a level three terrorist in the entire EU.
The US government has tried to sway online conversation behind closed doors and through pressure on commercial sites. Leaked documents exposed a DHS plan to police disinformation.
The rapid escalation of online censorship, and increasingly offline censorship, cannot be overstated. The silencing tactic that has most commonly provoked attention and debate is the banning of particular posts or individuals by specific social media platforms. But the censorship regime that has been developed, and which is now rapidly escalating, extends far beyond those relatively limited punishments.
Forget Big Brother, Big MUM is Google's new tool for suppressing conservatives.
The attacks on free and open discussion are becoming more and more widespread. Now, as Toby Young explains in an article this morning, the payment service PayPal has closed the accounts of the Daily Sceptic, which often publishes criticism of the government policy in various matters.
A new comprehensive report, which can be seen as the UN Education Agency launching a War On Truth, was released on the topic for educators this summer.