The Collapse of the Narratives is Danger and Opportunity

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AMAC Exclusive – By David P. Deavel

An old Yiddish proverb says, “The truth never dies but lives a miserable life.” We who have been designated “conspiracy theorists” or purveyors of “misinformation” or “disinformation” over the last few years by tech companies, the media, and even government know what that means. Even now big tech platforms are using Orwellian-sounding “Trust & Safety” teams to censor materials and deplatform individuals who dare to tell truths and ask questions that pose a danger to the power of corporations and political figures whose power depends on concealing or deforming those truths.

Right now we are drinking champagne out of our tinfoil hats. We always knew that misinformation was a term that only partially concealed its meaning: information they want us to miss.

The narratives enforced by the media/DNC/tech industrial complex over the last few years are all collapsing as facts that …

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