The UN’s Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications, Melissa Fleming, recently admitted in a discussion with the World Economic Forum:
“We partnered with Google, for example, if you Google ‘climate change,’ you will, at the top of your search, you will get all kinds of UN resources. We started this partnership when we were shocked to see that when we Googled ‘climate change,’ we were getting incredibly distorted information right at the top. We’re becoming much more proactive. We own the science, and we think that the world should know it, and the platforms themselves also do,”
This open admission only reconfirms what the alternative media has been saying for years, that Big Tech corporations, governments and globalist institutions are actively collaborating to crush dissenting data and opinions as a means to keep the public as ignorant of the truth as possible. Far from “fact checking” or fighting “disinformation,” globalist efforts are purely about elevating their own propaganda as a means to gain more authority over society.
Carbon emissions laws associated with the UN’s “Agenda 2030” give immense and intrusive power to governments over industry, private property as well as individual freedoms. It only makes sense that the UN would try to combat any information source that contradicts the implementation of such laws; they have everything to gain by preventing the public from viewing all the information and making an informed decision on their own.
So they “own the science.” Science is now what the United Nations and World Economic Forum say it is, and Alphabet, Meta, TikTok and will make sure that you comply.
Well, maybe not you, dear reader. But your kids and grandkids will comply. Your neighbors will probably comply. Why? Because by and large, not many people have the wherewithal to dig deeper or to ask questions.
While you may use an alternative browser or a VPN, or maybe you boycott big media and the NFL, NBA, and MLB and have gotten rid of TV, most of the nation has not. Everyone wants to keep their jobs, their cars, their friends, and their lifestyles. And they hope that by doing so, they may get to keep most, or at least some, of their stuff and perhaps be left alone a little longer. Some see this as a way to advance socially and economically. Others honestly think that these views make them better people. Well, certainly better than you. And besides, the kids love Nickelodeon, right? And one day, you may comply as well, simply because there will be no place left to turn.
Oh great. The new Dark Ages is nearly upon us. Misinformed serfs with smartphones.
hat-tip Stephen Neil