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Making some plans and setting up
Wanted to drop a quick line. I know I’ve been a bit slower over the past several days on Substack. I’m working on a few things and settling down at Mastodon, which is turning out to be awesome — so far. We’ll see how it goes but so far so good. Please join and follow me there. Twitter is going rapidly downhill. #EvacuateTwitter
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That said, don’t worry, my Substack will remain the foundation of my work.
I’m also working on some plans for the next phase. After 800+ days of being basically forced underground, I’m not going to be silenced anymore. We’re about to enter an extremely difficult phase of the war and I intend to do everything in my power to help win it.
Watching the devastation #Elmo is leaving behind at Twitter with his blatant Nazi support and the utter failure of the media to report on it with any gravity led me to think about the nature of the problem. (“88” is a Nazi signal.)
Here’s what I came up with:
American media’s reporting of sociopolitical division and unrest almost entirely ignores the psychological war that produces the bizarre, violent behavior they breathlessly report on.
It’s as if we were in WWII and the press just reported on millions of mysterious deaths instead of on battles, troop movements and Nazis. #Elmo is an enemy combatant and should be reported on as such.
We need to do better than this. We’re losing people every day.
I intend to build a movement that will help change this and bring attention to the casualties we’ve left on the battlefield.
More to come shortly. Thank you always for your support. 💙
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