Without diligence and resistance to the forces of tyranny, people will slowly become complacent and “duped” by clever, well-funded politicians, beholden to the ideals of large corporations that expect returns on their investment. Is it any wonder that when a self-made individual like Donald Trump bypasses the system and gains political prominence, governing stops, and the mission strategy changes to a “seek and destroy at all costs”?
The high-tech lifestyles of Millennials have either pushed them into economic and business savvy greatness or made them too complacent to take on life’s challenges. in 2019, Millennials will be the largest U.S. Generation as 77 million Boomers approach old age and retirement. But are the next generations strong enough and prepared to meet the challenge?
The amount of censorship of conservative viewpoints on social media platforms is staggering- especially since most of the policy makers of these platforms are socialists with strong beliefs in Economic Pluralism. This blog is an in-depth interpretation of what that means for freedom of speech in social media, and explains exactly “how we got here”.
Following up to his previous blogs about the Social Media/Government connection, Sal goes on to show you the danger of using AI platforms such as FaceApp- including Russian collusion, threats to our national security, and mining of your personal data.
In part 2 of this blog, Sal asks “What the hell is happening to our country”? With the Organic Act of 1871, the Corporate States of America was created. Now, with our collective dependence on social media, it’s never been easier for corporations to buy, sell, and use personal data with impunity- creating the illusion of free speech.
In this 2-part blog, Sal goes through the surprising revolutionary war origins of “fake news”, governmental influence on corporate policies, and how dependence on social media has led to the unfortunate rise of “Economic Pluralism”.
With Trump recently kicking off his reelection campaign in Orlando, Florida- both political parties are now gearing up for what may end up being the most exciting campaign race to date. In this blog, Sal lays out 7 key strategies Trump will need if he plans to win in 2020.
“You can’t believe everything you hear”- especially when it comes to the extreme bias shown by the media conglomerates. The “top stories” are often sold to the highest bidder- to where corporate or political sponsors use their influence to CREATE stories rather than REPORT them. Sal outlines the history and reasons behind the deception and provides questions that every U.S. should be asking to help recognize American policy from planned agendas.