Another short history lesson (a fun one, I think).





As we approach Independence Day in these United States (as well as my 1000th post), I thought a little history lesson was in order.  But rather than lecture on my own, I’m going to encourage you to view Chris Whitten’s excellent exploration of the Gladsen flag and the history of the snake.




Recently, Congress and the DOJ have opened investigations into anti-trust and other questionable business practices of the largest Tech firms.  But the dangers of the increasingly embedded influences of Amazon, Google, YouTube, Facebook, etc. aren’t just financial.

Deanna Fisher of Victory Girls reports that Tech Company Platforms Move into Censorship  as YouTube, Google and others are creating and using algorithms to ban content and users that they find “unacceptable” under their values.  More and more Americans are using Social Media as their primary source of news and increasingly a significant content provider for education.  This makes the gatekeeper role of self-serving and biased Big Tech a significant concern.

Even more disturbing is China’s Scary Social Credit System Made in USA by Google and Facebook, documented by PJ Media’s Roger Simon.  Big Tech has partnered with the Chinese government to track and control the general populace using social media tools.  Basically, these companies are helping build a 1984 style society (and getting paid very well for it).

UPDATE:  Apparently, Google is still hungry as demonstrated by this Project Veritas expose where a top executive verifies the tech company is working toward “preventing the next Trump situation.”  This is mirrored in an internal email from the Google “transparency-and-ethics” group (also available on Project Veritas) which states,

“…if we understand that PragerU, Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro et al are nazis using the dog whistles…”

and calls for blocking them from the suggestion feature.




Part of the strategy of Cultural Marxism is infiltration of religious organizations.    It appears to have worked:




Note that this event is hosted at a Portland church, even though “Budding Roses” is “explicitly non-religious.”  Click here for more details.


Candace Owens at Liberty University.