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Glenn Greenwald on a Free Beacon reporter who published leaked screenshots of a closed Facebook group: a “smart, young, careful reporter”— Julia Carrie Wong (@juliacarriew) February 10, 2021
Greenwald on NYT & NBC reporters who cover tech, extremism, and disinformation: “hall-monitor tattling and Stasi-like citizen surveillance” pic.twitter.com/sYAVO4Uq7y
Why not launch drone strikes on Trump supporters?
Why not require a political litmus test to serve in Congress?
Why not require a political litmus test to serve in the military?
Why shouldn’t employers require a political and cultural orthodoxy to hold a job?
Why not censor the internet to suppress the opinions of every American who disagrees with the “mainstream” legacy media in the name of fighting something called “extremism”?
Why shouldn’t progressive technocrats have the authority to bypass elected officials like sheriffs to “deprogram” other Americans who disagree with their political and cultural views?
“It will take an all-out national effort to dismantle the radicalization pipeline that has planted conspiracy theories in the heads of millions of Americans and inspired last month’s attack on the Capitol, experts tell Axios.
Two key measures that could make a difference:
Keeping extremists out of the institutions where they could do the greatest damage — like the military, police departments and legislatures.
Providing help for those who have embraced dangerous ideologies. …
The U.S. needs a “Marshall Plan against domestic extremism,” Daniel Koehler, director of the German Institute on Radicalization and De-radicalization Studies, told Axios. …
A key part of breaking extremists’ rising mainstream influence will be making it unacceptable for white nationalists, anti-government extremists and conspiracy theorists to serve in the military, in police forces or as lawmakers. …
“At DOD, it will go well and they will quash it,” said former FBI counterterrorism analyst Clint Watts. “It’s a lot of sheriffs’ departments that make me nervous, because they’re elected. Politics means you go with party. …”
What exactly is “extremism?”
I don’t think most people in this country believe this.
The public doesn’t seem to be interested in erecting a dictatorship.
It looks to me like White upper middle class, college educated progressive technocrats are nowhere close to being a majority in this country or even in their own political party.
The oligarchy and the professional managerial class in the United States that serves it could learn a thing or two from what happened to their counterparts in Cuba or Venezuela.