Tucker Carlson published his first ep on Twitter.
Water flooded near a Russian nuclear plant. Whoever did it would be considered a ‘terrorist’ under international law or something.
Who did it? Both say the other side. But neither side has any integrity built up over time. So are we in a period where anyone can do anything, and no one will be sure who did it, since no one is in position to be believed?
I tried watching on Twitter for the new experience, but it's better still on YouTube, until Twitter puts in different view screen sizes and speed control like YouTube, etc. Probably you don't want to watch this in less than 1.25x.
“At this point we don't know what our leaders are doing. We're not allowed to know. By definition, that is not a democracy. And that's fine with the [mainstream] media. ... Stop asking how we got so rich. Here's another story about racism. Go eat eachother. ... That's how most of us now live ... manipulated by lies, silenced by taboos. It is unhealthy, and it's dehumanizing, and we're tired of it. As of today we've come to Twitter, which we hope will be the shortwave radio under the blankets [referring to illicit listening to information on radios in Soviet Russia]. We're told there's no gatekeepers here. If that turns out to be false we'll leave, but in the meantime we're grateful to be here.”