Avaaz once again telling us what the Establishment wants us to think?

Learn more about the Soros-backed group Avaaz before you sign any of their petitions.



Any doubt that might have remained about how a certain section of the elite want to spin Brexit is now put to rest as that most entirely fake of all fake “grassroots activist” sites Avaaz is herding its obedient fandom to sign on and “stop the hate.” This is the wording of its latest touchy-feely petition, already signed by 90,000 well-meaning clicktivists.

We, the people of the United Kingdom, stand against hate. We call on those editors who tar our country’s reputation by fuelling xenophobia and racism to step down, and pledge to confront racists wherever they are.

“If enough of us call for it, we can make it untenable for newspapers like the Daily Mail and The Sun to fan the flames of hate,” runs the accompanying blurb. “And editors will know their jobs depend on responsible journalism.” (our emphasis).

I’d be the first to agree…

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4 thoughts on “Avaaz once again telling us what the Establishment wants us to think?

  1. Ronald Wright has done some excellent work demonstrating why the technological fixes human being develop always create worse problems than the problems they are intending to fix. He starts way back by describing how new fangled hunting techniques led early homo sapiens to cause the extinction of the woolly mammoth:




  2. Scientific global dictatorship and engineered trends are already here. They dominate us all.

    Tried to live without a facebook-account or anything that company does (whatsapp, instagram)? Tried to live without googling too much or just using bing for once in a while?

    An example how you will be treated. You want to look up an area for things to do on a day without work. You use bing. You’ll see different things pronounced on the map. Others use google. Or apple maps, depending on the income level. Inevitably, they will look a little bit at you for not knowing what everybody else sees on the map. Then the next thing, you only have mail. You can’t look at pictures they take. You don’t know about this or that but everybody else knows. Surprised that you want to hear that one story, because you want it to be told, not written.

    This is where avaaz comes in. All those lonely souls are swooped up on those lists. They see that everybody thinks about the same around them, they want change. avaaz&co deliver and sell that change. Aggregators like reddit do the same. They prohibit free speech, so that those falling through all cracks either give up or turn full pig and wallow through the lowest of lowest of the Internet – or get organized, where covert agents and cointelpro awaits you, kind of as the same game, just IRL.

    Scientific dictatorship doesn’t have to be perfect in a Gödelian sense – only good enough. Just like Unix.


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