Disruptive ALT Social Media gaining huge momentum


GlobalIntelHub.com Ohio 3/4/2023 -- It seems as if a switch was pulled, an accord signed - and things started to become more positive in Cyberspace (and on the planet as well).  Social Media is undergoing a massive paradigm shift, with forces pushing energy and agendas from all sides.  The 2 most public examples are of course controversial TikTok and once controversial Twitter.  TikTok is of course Chinese, and in case you aren't informed, everything in China is owned and controlled by the Military Dictatorship, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).  There is no such thing as "Joint Venture" partnerships, that's code word for 'copy and paste' or 'industrial espionage.'  But Twitter is not without controversy, and it is from its origins a tool of the Military and the Deep State.

Although the mainstream narrative is negative on Twitter, there is obviously something positive going on.  Bot traffic is down, fake users are getting booted off, and Twitter seems to be alive again, with user engagement going parabolic (from real users).  "Our parent, Crediblock.com LLC invested huge in several ad campaigns, over other alternatives like Facebook, " says Robert Johnson, manager at Crediblock.com, "We have seen a decrease in yields on social media spend over the past 5 years, since 2015 / 2016 the spam and bot traffic has went parabolic.  It's not only politics it's across the board.  Seeing what Musk has done made us pull the trigger on a campaign, which normally we would split between the majors, we just used Twitter, and we also had amazing results with Gab.  We hadn't heard of Gab before, but we were impressed with the full stack of services they offer on top of social media, including voice, TV, marketplace, and groups."

That brings us to the elephant in the room, Gab.  Gab is a technology ecosystem which competes on a number of verticals, not only social media.  Gab has been quietly and consistently gaining users who are banned, blocked, or otherwise offended by the garbage seen on mainstream social media.  For example, Twitter's previous policy was to allow violent content, borderline porn (As long as it involves trans/non-binary types, drag queens, Satanists, or other cult imagery), and other questionably legal content - as long as the violence was black on white, not white on black.  Content of African Americans threatening to kill white people is ok, apparently, because of all the harm done to the African American community during Slavery.  We can watch white kids being beaten down at public schools, being forced to pick up trash thrown on them, and in the most horrible example, walked around like dogs on leashes.  The problem is so offensive and grotesque, most people don't even want to discuss it, because of the negative connotations.  Many have been just switching to alternatives like Gab, who is working on a number of positive technology, that is entertaining in a family-oriented way.

For example, Gab has launched an AI system that can generate real images based on chat messages with their bot, Gabby.  Here are a few examples:

Even we at Crediblock.com have launched our own social media initiatives, such as our Ning powered share wall style system DisruptiveFare.net and Joomla powered ALT news site, Disruptivefare.com 

Why are millions shifting away from the mainstream narrative?  Perhaps they can feel something is wrong.  We all know that even though there are thousands of newspapers, TV stations, radio stations, and other local media companies; they are only owned by a handful of corporate owners.  This resembles an Oligopoly, but it's not politically correct to call US billionaires who own and control this media 'Oligarchs.'  But the story gets worse, in fact ownership of media by Oligarchs is connected to the government.  One of the top five media holding companies in the United States is called Tegna, and it's a convenient 14 minute drive from CIA headquarters near DC:

More about Tenga:

Tegna Inc. (stylized in all caps as TEGNA) is an American publicly traded broadcast, digital media and marketing services company headquartered in Tysons Corner, Virginia.[3][4] It was created on June 29, 2015, when the Gannett Company split into two publicly traded companies. Tegna comprised the more profitable broadcast television and digital media divisions of the old Gannett, while Gannett's publishing interests were spun off as a "new" company that retained the Gannett name. Tegna owns or operates 66 television stations in 54 markets, and holds properties in digital media.  In terms of audience reach, Tegna is the largest group owner of NBC-affiliated stations, ahead of Hearst Television and Sinclair Broadcast Group, and the fourth-largest group owner of ABC affiliates, behind Hearst, the E. W. Scripps Company, and Sinclair. Tegna also owns three digital multicast networks (True Crime NetworkQuest, and Twist).

It's not hard to figure out why so many readers choose Zero Hedge over the garbage sites operated by the mainstream media.  It's not just about censorship, it's about quality content.  Do you really want to listen a state-sponsored advertising message repeated over and over again?  Whether the sponsor of the message is the government, Big Pharma, or Wall St. do you really want that to affect your brain in a day with only so few moments?  "Talking Points" they are called, but the rabbit hole is much deeper.  The CIA complex has editors working for major newspapers and/or the owners, like Tenga.  In other words, there's nothing that slips through the cracks.  Fox is no different than CNN or Bloomberg, they all feed at the same trough.

Take a look at the CIA's involvement in Hollywood, based on documents released:

We have recently acquired 4,000 new pages of documents from the Pentagon and CIA through the Freedom of Information Act. For us, these documents were the final nail in the coffin.

These documents for the first time demonstrate that the US government has worked behind the scenes on over 800 major movies and more than 1,000 TV titles.

The previous best estimate, in a dry academic book way back in 2005, was that the Pentagon had worked on less than 600 films and an unspecified handful of television shows.

The CIA’s role was assumed to be just a dozen or so productions, until very good books by Tricia Jenkins and Simon Willmetts were published in 2016. But even then, they missed or underplayed important cases, including Charlie Wilson’s War and Meet the Parents.

Jon Voight in Transformers?—?in this scene, just after American troops have been attacked by a Decepticon robot, Pentagon Hollywood liaison Phil Strub inserted the line ‘Bring em home’, granting the military a protective, paternalistic quality, when in reality the DOD does quite the opposite.

Alongside the massive scale of these operations, our new book National Security Cinema details how US government involvement also includes script rewrites on some of the biggest and most popular films, including James Bond, the Transformers franchise, and movies from the Marvel and DC cinematic universes.

A similar influence is exerted over military-supported TV, which ranges from Hawaii Five-O to America’s Got Talent, Oprah and Jay Leno to Cupcake Wars, along with numerous documentaries by PBS, the History Channel and the BBC.

National Security Cinema also reveals how dozens of films and TV shows have been supported and influenced by the CIA, including the James Bond adventure Thunderball, the Tom Clancy thriller Patriot Games and more recent films, including Meet the Parents and Salt.

The CIA even helped to make an episode of Top Chef that was hosted at Langley, featuring then-CIA director Leon Panetta who was shown as having to skip dessert to attend to vital business. Was this scene real, or was it a dramatic statement for the cameras?

Top Chef?  Cupcake Wars?  How can that possibly be a topic of national security?  The answer is simple, 'national security' means hiding the truth, because the Elite believe that if the masses were told the truth, they would run around like panicked zombies, people wouldn't go to their jobs, there would be anarchy.  Really.  They think they are doing a good thing by lying to us.  They have run computer scenarios on this, or 'war gaming' which tells them, keep the lie going.  What's the lie?  Where to start.. how about free energy?

Since at least World War 2, the Military has obtained from multiple sources transportation and energy systems that are simply unbelievable.  The secret is that if you have the know how to build these systems, you can build them from parts obtainable at the local hardware store.  So that information must never get out, because it would bankrupt the economy, no one would need Oil anymore.  Don't believe it?  Listen to this Military Intelligence whistleblower who interviewed hundreds of inventors with energy machines that mostly output more than they input (which is a violation of the laws of 'physics' that they teach in school anyways).  Why is it then, that whenever someone invents something like this, they end up killed in a tragic accident?

The rabbit hole goes much deeper, this article is not about the secrets they are hiding, it's about the fact that alternative media is exploding.  However, a bit of context was necessary to put things in perspective.  On the surface, it's hard to understand why the Establishment is so against free speech - unless you understand they have everything to lose, and nothing to gain.  If people really knew what goes on behind the curtain, they would behave differently.  Power would shift, it would be a different world.  So they need to keep the mainstream narrative going, to keep the haves in power and to keep inflation just enough for the slaves to be alive in a sort of semi-sober 'statis' which means they are able to push buttons and pull levers and serve food, but not have time to think or the inclination to question why the value of their money deteriorates more and more over time.  Just look at this chart of Campbells Soup:

That long-running consistency makes Campbell’s Condensed Tomato Soup an ideal product to follow to understand how inflation has affected American consumers through its history. Today, we’re updating our chart visualizing that history from January 1898 through January 2023.

In January 2023, we find the prevailing average sale price for this food product over the past 12 months is $1.23 per can. That figure has risen by over 29% from the trailing 12 month average of $0.95 per can we recorded in January 2022.

The narrative is so strong, if we showed evidence and facts here, showing this amazing technology and its sources, and how the military has vetted it, 90% of people wouldn't believe it.  The limited hangout created by the scientists at CIA is well planned, and runs deep through to your cerebral cortex, out your medulla oblongata and right down your spine, and out your behind.

Average humans don't stand a chance, unless you live in a cabin in the woods in Montana with no internet - but then how would you learn anything without internet?  The social control paradigm is a total net - not just a network.  It's a work-net that captures any living being and it's impossible to escape, so discussion about a 'free society' is pointless.. Fortunately, there are solid fact based journalist publications like Zero Hedge, and Free Speech driven Social Media platforms like Gab.

The Great news about current events is the Great Awakening that seems to be happening across the world, and that's largely being driven by Social Media (how people share information, ideas, and content).

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