NewsGuard: Suppress Truth, Promote Propaganda

The onslaught of pro-NewsGuard propaganda is a ploy to deceive the public and normalize censorship. NewsGuard doesn’t care about the truthfulness of reporting; it is a shell company with the explicit purpose of silencing the independent media and securing the establishment’s place at the top of the journalism food chain.

In a new partnership with Microsoft, NewsGuard will be installed automatically with Microsoft’s web browser, Edge. And according to reports, NewsGuard wants to see its “technology” applied to every device sold in the United States. Mass censorship is on our doorsteps, and virtually every major news outlet in the U.S. is promoting it. (…)

NewsGuard can use all kinds of strong-arm tactics to attempt to silence their opposition. If a company tries to take a stand against censorship and refuses to cooperate with NewsGuard, they’ll simply be blacklisted themselves.

The NewsGuard system is patently flawed, being susceptible to both bias and corruption. For example, it was recently reported that a tee shirt sold by the Breitbart News Store was flagged as “fake news.”

Suppress truth, promote propaganda

Writing for Breitbart, senior correspondent Allum Bokhari reports that NewsGuard has given all the major news agencies a “green rating,” — even in light of the reprehensible Covington Catholic incident, which saw dozens of innocent high school students victimized by the corrupt and deeply biased mainstream media.

In contrast, most of the independent media has received “red” ratings.

As Mint Press News reports, NewsGuard is already campaigning to ” have its rankings of news sites installed by default on computers in U.S. public libraries, schools, and universities as well as on all smartphones and computers sold in the United States.”

NewsGuard is not designed to protect the public from fake news, but rather, to instill obedience to the mainstream media propaganda machine and begin the normalization of censorship. This isn’t just a war on free speech, it is a war on your right to think for yourself.

References: TechGiants.news (excerpt); Brighteon.com

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