We The People have the power, if we choose to use it.
Why do We always support known Monopolies? In the Media context, we should have understood long ago that by giving them power, we restrict our ability to express ourselves, as they have the right to silence us.
Yes, they do. They are private entities, and if We so choose to do business with them, then We either accept their conditions, or go somewhere else. That is the only way to end Monopolies, with our wallets. Do not count on Government to apply Anti-Trust Laws that have been on the books for decades, as government is mostly corrupt. Politicians get kick backs from those giant companies. Government Alphabet agencies get some of their black budgets taken care of by those giants.
So what MUST We do?
We must support smaller businesses, support our local businesses, support other Information and Social Medias than YouTube, facebook, Twitter…
Let’s put the giants out of business by going else where.
Do you know that I never use Google? Are there alternatives to Google? YES, there is. I personally have DuckDuckGo set as my browser’s search engine. And guess what? I now can find things that Google won’t let me find.
And, as far as your favorite Alternative Medias: Be an honest buyer of their services, support them financially, via donations, memberships, etc… Most can sustain their activities with a low $1.00 donation a month. Most subscriptions are also as low as $1.00 monthly.
The Most Primary cause of the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution:
Warrantless searches and seizures against Englishmen were the spark for the American Revolution in the British Colony. James Ottis Jr. a government attorney turned whistle blower against Tax Collectors and Customs agents, made light of their complete arbitrary search and seize habits, violating British Law codified since 1215: the language of the text of the 4th amendment of the American Bill of Rights of 1789.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
In a recent violation, the 7th District Court authorized the legality of evidence obtained without a warrant: A DANGEROUS TREND.
This trend could VOID the 4th amendment all together if continued.
During this week’s Fireside Chat, Dennis talks about mass shootings and why they have drastically increased since the 1950s. There are four reasons we can point to that link to why there are so many mass shootings today, and access to guns is not it. Dennis continues to answer your questions.