The world’s most hated companies are headed by Monsanto: Dr Strangelove, the creator of DDT and Agent Orange, Monsanto is one the world’s largest genocide (Orange agent) pesticide and GMO seed manufacturers. It is known for being the first company to genetically modify a seed to make it resistant to pesticides and herbicides. Monsanto’s herbicides have been blamed for killing millions of crop acres, while its chemicals were added to blacklists of products causing cancer and many other health problems.Read more
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In its crusade against so-called ‘fake news’, Facebook vowed to fight for fairness. However, when it comes to monitoring users and what it calls fact-checking, it relies on sources, with proven links to the US government, sinister players, and notorious political meddlers.Read more
Be afraid, be very afraid for they walk among us. There appears to be a never-ending chronicle of lurid stories about ‘Silicon Valley’ Big-Tech executives.
If these dodgy-dealers were habitual offenders on the local police force’s sex pest register there would be little cause for concern. What should be a matter of reflection is that many deviants now control mind-manipulating social media. It was recently pointed out by a Google whistleblower that Google now has the power to swing elections any which way it chooses.
Described as Silicon Valley’s ‘Baseball Hat Bolsheviks’, Google is the latest platform to be exposed for its multi-racial liberal bias. Australia, having had enough, now threatens left-leaning Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google with their being reined in.Read more
Unlike the liberal-left, the patriotic right is hopeless at marketing their ideals and educational material so essential to unity and growth. Ironically, the most successful at creating awareness and harnessing political identity were the National Socialists (Germany 1920 – 1945) and Fascists of Italy (1922 – 1945).Read more
Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf (My Struggle) is marketed on Amazon, Walmart, Barnes and Noble and Books-A-Million as “what we must do if we want to survive as a people and as a Race.”Read more
Payments can happen cheaply and easily without banks or credit card companies, as has already been demonstrated, not in the United States but in China. Unlike in the U.S., where scavenging banks feast on fat fees from handling and processing payments, in China, most money flows through mobile phones nearly for free. In 2018 these cashless payments totaled a whopping $41.5 trillion; and 90% were through Alipay and WeChat Pay, a pair of digital ecosystems that blend social media, commerce, and banking. According to a 2018 article in Bloomberg titled “Why China’s Payment Apps Give U.S. Bankers Nightmares”:Read more