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Tucker Carlson calls out Washington & Reps on Big Tech

Patriot Tucker Carlson pushes against Conservative Inc. for protecting the Big Tech monopoly. A few days ago, he called out Washington DC, the Kochs, the Heritage Foundation, ACU [American Conservative Union], the AEI [American Enterprise Institute], and others. Six minute vid. Have a listen…

https://youtu.be/iH0_WemZmt8

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ruca
ruca
December 23, 2019

Tucker occasionally hits a home run.

Errunur
Errunur
Reply to  ruca
December 23, 2019

Thats true but im worried about his future.

oldandjaded
December 23, 2019

I think Tucker is starting to see the same thing I, and a few others are starting to really see. The left/right paradigm in the modern west is a lie, designed by those that really have their hands on the levers, to divide us, and prevent meaningful grass-roots push-back against the plans they have for global totalitarian rule. I was recently reading S.K. Bain’s “The Most Dangerous Book in the World: 9/11 as Mass Ritual” and something in the liner notes jumped out at me. It mentioned that Bain had previously worked as the art director at “The Weekly Standard”… Read more »

amber dekstris
amber dekstris
Reply to  oldandjaded
December 24, 2019

Left and right doesn’t make much sense any more. A better prism is collectivists and individualists where collectivists believe rights are granted to the people by the state. Think fascism and communism. Unfortunately, individualists are in the minority and that’s where the problems begin.

Arnold Shwartz
Arnold Shwartz
Reply to  amber dekstris
December 24, 2019

Collectivist vs Individualist is a just a hollow dichotomy, mostly used by youtube commentators who want to make some money through Patreon and Paypal.
Also, your representation of what collectivists believe is a straw man. A society can’t be maintained on the whim of one man, a majority needs to exist otherwise the society falls apart. When people break away to form their own society, that means they don’t agree with the people who formed the state, and they’re leaving somewhere else to form their own state that will actually represent their views and concerns.

amber dekstris
amber dekstris
Reply to  Arnold Shwartz
December 24, 2019

You’re using a different definition. Individualist in this context is a person who believes they are born with certain rights and they grant certain authority to the state for the purpose of protecting those rights. People not states are sovereign. I’m certainly not talking about breaking away to form a new state.

Arnold Shwartz
Arnold Shwartz
Reply to  amber dekstris
December 24, 2019

“Individualist in this context is a person who believes they are born with certain rights and they grant certain authority to the state for the purpose of protecting those rights.” You do a census in any blue stronghold, and no one will disagree with you on that. Socialists do not “worship” the states like conservatives and libertarians like to think. They see the state as the manifestation of the will of the sovereign people or just of the sovereign elites. Historically, they believed that the vast majority of the population, who didn’t own land and buildings, but did all the… Read more »

Nicholas Hazen
Nicholas Hazen
December 24, 2019

Tucker is pretty thorough researching his stuff and I’m with him on this one. A lot of strange bedfellows are cropping up in U.S. politics these days. Conservatives have always been strong on individual rights and freedoms but the collectivization arising from post-modern neoliberalism suits the plutocracy more.

Sir Ruppert
Sir Ruppert
Reply to  Nicholas Hazen
December 24, 2019

When you say conservatives you can’t possibly be referring to republican politicians and their media commentators? One name should suffice: BIll O’reilly.

ManintheMoon
ManintheMoon
December 24, 2019

‘Controlled Opposition’ was never more meaningful than today. Divide and Rule on the other hand really is the order of the day. Those of us who believe in freedom are suckers if we fall into the trap of arguing among ourselves about non-essentials, while our rulers laugh from the sidelines.

oldandjaded
Reply to  ManintheMoon
December 24, 2019

Nailed it.

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