Our readers are familiar with the marriage of Big Tech and the media when it comes to narrative control. It is the high-tech extension of what was once a monopoly on thought. The old days before AM radio and online contrarians. When the Left controlled the message.

Related: Skewering the “Fact Checkers” – From Snopes to Wikipedia to Facebook…

The internet opened up the world and opportunities for every opinion. It took Google, Facebook, and others to clamp that s**t back down. And clamp it they have. Again, for the sole purpose of controlling the message.

Citizens United ended a government/media monopoly on political speech in the key weeks before an election.

Think about all of that.

The Democrats (And the Ruling Class lead by the Left) don’t trust you to agree with their ideas so they will do anything to make sure you can’t find an alternative message that questions their demand for control of your job, wages, your health-care, your energy; and now whether you can work, engage in commerce, or even go out in public.

They don’t trust you. They also, every now and again, admit that they think you are stupid.

It is not impossible to escape the information stifling algorithm of Google but tens of millions of people are motivated and moved by how Search engines manipulate content. And in the case of Social Media, platforms like Facebook and Twitter flag, filter, and delete information that challenges the approved narratives so participants can be fed the only “news” and opinion these leftists want them to see.

Those Who Tell Stories Rule Society — Granite Grok

Yes “Those Who Tell Stories Rule Society,” and the stories being told are being sent all across Midgard. They originate in the directors/producers of Hollywood films, movies, shows, news media, fashion magazines, entertainment, and centers of Edge-Jewification brain pollution schooling. Globalization helps to drag the world down into drooling slack-jawed stupor to the artifical world of the Zio-matrix.

Those who tear of the shackles of the Zio-matrix breathe the air anew and see with new eyes. The memories of the dead live on in their posterity and the bond of tradition and identity has deep roots.