Trust-busting the Social Media Giants
by David Sims
ROBERT Epstein, testifying before the Judiciary Subcommittee/US Congress, recently said: “This system must be built to keep an eye on Big Tech in 2020. If these companies all support the same candidate they will have the power to shift fifteen million votes to that candidate. To let Big Tech get away with subliminal manipulation on this scale would be to make the free and fair election meaningless.”
Where were “good Jews” like Robert Epstein during the entire 20th century, when the Jews controlled nearly all of the mainstream media: television, Hollywood movies, publishing houses, popular magazines, and newspapers? Through their media control, Jews made “free and fair” elections meaningless — until the rise of the Internet [partially] broke the Jews’ information stranglehold.
I’m beginning to believe that the political elite sub-population in the West is either plural or has rival factions. One part of that elite is Zionist. The other part is goyish corporate leftist. Both of these factions hate White nationalism. Neither of them wants the White race to be anything other than high-level slave labor, until it has become extinct. But between the two there’s tension.
The goyish corporate left seems to have, at present, and with some exceptions (like Jewish Mark Z), control of the big tech companies that censor the web and oppose Donald Trump.
The Jewish part of the elite generally supports Donald Trump (that’s the most suspicious thing about him) and appears to be preparing to use the coercive power of the federal government against their goyish corporate leftist rivals by busting up their power with anti-trust litigation.
White nationalists might benefit from that move — incidentally. However, that move won’t be made for that reason.
[I think it’s more of an internal split among Jews, who dominate both the globalist/left faction and the Zionist/war faction. Whites are secondary or tertiary players, or mere employees, in both factions. Think CNN. And there are plenty who straddle both factions, as circumstances and career dictate. The Zionist/war faction might want to curb the social media oligopolies, but only to impose their own different flavor of censorship, I feel sure. — NV editor]
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