In 2016, the GATFA Hegemony (Google, Apple, Twitter, Facebook, and Amazon) launched the greatest reality distortion enterprise in history.
How to create a mass illusion.
George Bailey, in It’s A Wonderful Life, would look like a crook and a conman if Mr. Potter were allowed to edit the movie so that you only see what he wanted.
George was negligent with customer funds and attempted to cover it up by scamming friends and relatives.
GATFA has that power to edit your movie.
Google and Apple ban apps that don’t adhere to their ideology. Google, Twitter, and Facebook use algorithms to instantly hide information that contradicts their preferred reality. Amazon can knock alternative sites off the internet without notice.
Aren’t GATFA only keeping us safe from hate and violence?
They are the billionaires who control what you see on the Internet. In your movie, it is only hate sites that are getting banned. But where do you get that belief from?
- “Hey, Mr. Potter. Why don’t you show me what is going on in George Bailey’s house?”
- “No, Mr. Viewer. I won’t show you that because it would be misleading.”
- “But, didn’t you keep the money Uncle Billy left in the newspaper, Mr. Potter?”
- “Your account has been suspended for violating our terms of service.”
Do you remember when Bernie Sanders campaigned on the selfishness of “millionaires and billionaires” (now only billionaires) and how they control so much of the world’s wealth?
Guess what? Millionaires and billionaires who control much of the world’s economy are our main source of information.
They can crush small competitors and look like heroes because they won’t let you see inside the Bailey house. They give you the illusion that they are the George Baileys working for the good of the people. They tell you that the small businesses they crush are the evil Mr. Potters.
You love the results. Have you considered the implications?