RDS April 2, 2018. The Dangerous War on Fake News

By | April 4, 2018

Governments have promoted dis- and misinformation very deliberately throughout human history. Since the end of the Second World War, the U.S. has led the way in this matter. And yet, we are now told that “fake news,” specifically in the form of alternative media (and primarily “alt-right” media) is the great new danger facing the public. In fact … no … that’s not the great danger, not at all. The real danger is that so-called fake news is the latest opportunity that the power structure is using to fight alternative narratives that they don’t want you to hear. Richard spends the first hour discussing how the war on “fake news” is a real threat to you and me, much like the war on so-called hate speech (another pernicious concept). The second hour finds Richard discussing why the UFO research community should be very concerned about the war against “fake news,” as UFO researchers themselves can easily be next on the chopping block. Because as bad as things may seem, they can always get worse. Finally, Richard wraps up with a discussion of some very, very strange cases of encounters with apparent non-human beings. Such encounters are very likely an important reason for UFO secrecy in the first place.

One thought on “RDS April 2, 2018. The Dangerous War on Fake News

  1. sunbindersunbinder

    Very informative. Would like to see the actual trend on the whole fake news clamp down as it actually progresses. Are there any analogous historical precedences of this nature, afterall things do repeat themselves when we don’t progres socially. I am a little ambivalent, though, on the concept that thoughts not to be taken as seriously as physical interactions. If we are to move forward in the mental realm, shoudn’t we develop some form of greater awareness and understanding of the rules of ‘mental engagement’ that goes beyond what we currenrly do? That is, shouldn’t we realize the power of thoughts and learn to control them towards benevolence, rather than rely on typical laws enforcement against malevolent ones? Finally, I assume you are aware of the proliferation of books and material elsewhere on paranormal encounters (such as those found here, at http://www.phantomsandmonsters.com)? How would your contributions differ? BTW, how exactly do yousee youself? I’m interested to know, because in some respects, you are very much an activist – though also an historian – adding some sardonic sense of humour into the mix, it can be refreshing. But, I’d like your perspective too. Best to you and yours, in helping us raise ourselves higher. Regards.

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