Instead of “absolute truth” Barack Obama wants “to fight for what, deep down, we know is more true, is right.”
“We’re hopeful about what can happen if we do” [bend and distort the truth] according to “what, deep down, we know is more true, is right”
Obama’s “truth” is factual untruth.
Instead, TruthRevolution.net firmly believes in scientific method, in WHOLE TRUTH, #TrueSpeech, the informed voter, democracy, the US constitution!
Obama, deep down, “knows” that there are no race differences, not even individual differences in talent, IQ, criminality. Obama, deep down, “knows” that Karl Marx’ communist manifesto is right, that we must subvert Western democracies with the dishonest, deceptive long march through institutions.
Unwavering COMPLETE HONESTY -as our non-negotiable, dogmatic rule- can overthrow insincere PC narratives, reverse Western decline!
It is a chance for all of us to fight for truth, not absolute truth, not a fixed truth, but to fight for what, deep down, we know is more true, is right.
It’s a chance for us to do that not just because we’re afraid of what will happen if we don’t, but because we’re hopeful about what can happen if we do. [Barack Obama]
“Black kills White” is taboo! But “White Kills Black” is Fit to Print.
Media mandates to lie are unopposed, enjoy universal bipartisan support. Hence the right can not prove the Left wrong.
Obama’s deep “knowledge” is factually false
The Left is informed by deeply held factually false beliefs.
But the Right cannot unmask Leftist lies!
Not just Obama’s Left, rather all parties “know, what, deep down is more true, is right”: we must hide “minority” criminality! Even ultra-right Richard Nixon agreed to keep the veil on intellectual ( under)performance of Blacks.
Censorship and gag orders make Leftist theories unfalsifiable
“[We] believe in something that’s good for the planet and not to give people free speech.” (Twitter)
Obama is not alone! Twitter Lead Client Partner, Alex Martinez, and his pals, feel the same as Barack Obama.
In the video, Alex Martinez also criticizes Elon Musk’s vision of free speech on the platform saying, “The rest of us who have been here believe in something that’s good for the planet and not just to give people free speech.” He also broached the subject of censorship on Twitter saying, “People don’t know how to make a rational decision if you don’t put out — correct things that are supposed to be out in the public, right?”[Martinez on censorship]
Barack Obama Speech on Technology and Democracy – Tech …
Apr 22, 2022 — It is a chance for all of us to fight for truth, not absolute truth, not a fixed truth, but to fight for what, deep down, we know is more true, …
In the early days of the Internet and social media, it was a certain joy in finding new ways to connect, and organize and stay informed. There was so much promise. I know, I was there. And right now, just like politics itself, just like our public lives, social media has a grimness to it. We’re so fatalistic about the steady stream of bile and vitriol that’s on there, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, if we’re going to succeed, it can’t be that way.
Sweet talking to defend censorship, restrict the internet according to what Obama feels and knows. Deceptively omitting the fact that, already, people themselves can choose what to read, can ignore trolls. People don’t need Obama’s censorship so they can read only what Obama, deep down, knows to be true. People themselves can choose if they want to read CNN, Breitbart, or Vdare. Obama wants to silence Vdare, Amren, and other “bile and vitriol” and oblige all to listen to CNN.
All of us have an opportunity to do what America has always done at our best, which is to recognize that even when the source code is working, the status quo isn’t, and we can build something better together. This is an opportunity. It’s a chance that we should welcome for governments to take on a big, important problem and prove that democracy and innovation can coexist. It’s a chance for companies to do the right thing. You’ll still make money, but you’ll feel better.[Barack Obama]
Oh perfidy. What Obama, deep down, knows to be true, needs to be enforced. Oh lies. Obama’s democracy means censorship. Make sure the right votes will be cast.
It’s a chance for employees of those companies to push them to do the right thing, because you’ve seen what’s out there and you want to feel better.
Employees should push companies to do the right thing, i.e. what Obama thinks is the right thing, because that makes them feel better. Some Leftist’s FEELINGS are the measure for what needs to be done.
It’s a chance for journalists and their supporters to figure out how do we adapt old institutions and those core values that made those institutions valuable? How do we adapt that to a new age?
“If it ain’t broke don’t fix it”. This engineering maxim also is the conservative’s motto. Why would we need to adapt valuable institutions to a new age? Just to make Obama FEEL BETTER?
It is a chance for all of us to fight for truth, not absolute truth, not a fixed truth, but to fight for what, deep down, we know is more true, is right. It’s a chance for us to do that not just because we’re afraid of what will happen if we don’t, but because we’re hopeful about what can happen if we do.
Over the last couple of months, we’ve seen what it looks like when a society loses the ability to distinguish truth from fiction. Mike McFaul and I were talking backstage, and my first time in Moscow as president, we gathered with all these civic activists. Putin at that time had receded from the foreground, and you had all these folks who are working to make Russia better. And we were reminiscing and thinking about that moment of possibility and what might have happened to him.
And now, in Russia, those who control the information have led public opinion further and further and further and further away from the facts, until all of a sudden, almost a quarter of the country’s combat power has been damaged or destroyed in what the government is claiming is a, quote, special military operation. That’s what happens when societies lose track of what is true.
On the other hand, the last couple of months have also shown what can happen when the world pushes back. We have seen it in the people, including some of our Obama leaders in Europe who are organizing on social media to help Ukrainian refugees, offering food and shelter and jobs and rides. We’ve seen in an IT army of volunteers who work to break through Russia propaganda and reach out to mothers of Russian soldiers, asking them to call on Putin to bring their sons home. And we’ve seen it in the combination of old and new media like a viral image of a Russian TV editor walking into a live shot with a handwritten sign, calling for an end to the war.
The handwritten sign was a tool. TV’s a tool. The Internet is a tool. Social media is a tool. At the end of the day, tools don’t control us. We control them, and we can remake them. It’s up to each of us to decide what we value, and then use the tools we’ve been given to advance those values. And I believe we should use every tool at our disposal to secure our greatest gift: a government of, by, for the people, for generations to come. And I hope you agree with me, and I look forward to you joining in the work.
The one sentence that most alarmed me began thusly, “The way I’m going to evaluate any proposal touching on social media and the internet is whether it strengthens or weakens the prospects for a healthy, inclusive democracy.”
The thrust of his speech was that “regulation has to be part of the answer” in combating online “disinformation.” As Obama made much too clear he and his pals get to determine what is and is not disinformation.
Obama neglected to mention that more than a year into the COVID mania Gallup asked 35,000 Americans, “What are the chances someone with COVID must be hospitalized?” 41% of Democrats said more than 50%; another 28% of Democrats said 20 to 50%.
The correct answer was 1-5%.
What this means is that, thanks to the information spread by those Obama allies “maintaining the highest standards of journalistic integrity,” 69% of Democrats massively overestimated the risks of COVID. This disinformation ruined millions of lives, especially among the young.
[Obama goes full Orwell in scary Stanford speech] https://www.wnd.com/2022/04/obama-goes-full-orwell-scary-stanford-speech/
‘Regulation has to be part of the answer’ to combating online disinformation, Barack Obama said at Stanford event
“Solving the disinformation problem won’t cure all that ails our democracies or tears at the fabric of our world, but it can help tamp down divisions and let us rebuild the trust and solidarity needed to make our democracy stronger,” Obama said.
He gave examples of how social media has fueled violence and extremism around the world. For example, leaders from countries such as Russia to China, Hungary, the Philippines, and Brazil have harnessed social media platforms to manipulate their populations. “Autocrats like Putin have used these platforms as a strategic weapon against democratic countries that they consider a threat,” Obama said.
Maybe these leaders actually have told #HateFacts, honest factual truths to their populations! Factual truths that Obama KNOWS are less true than Obama’s counter-factual feelings. We just give FULL DISCLOSURE and leave it to the reader to analyze the WHOLE TRUTH and get to their conclusions.
Deep fake technology
He also called out emerging technologies such as AI for their potential to sow further discord online. “I’ve already seen demonstrations of deep fake technology that show what looks like me on a screen, saying stuff I did not say. It’s a strange experience people,” Obama said. “Without some standards, implications of this technology – for our elections, for our legal system, for our democracy, for rules of evidence, for our entire social order – are frightening and profound.”
Finally a true topic. Photoshop and further advances can cause real deception and misinformation. Worse, they can also be used to cast doubt on true and correct videos, create plausible deniability for true speeches
“For more and more of us, search and social media platforms aren’t just our window into the internet. … No one tells us that the window is blurred, subject to unseen distortions and subtle manipulations.” —FORMER U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
There are institutionalized distortions, that distract factual reality in favor “subtle manipulation” to better fit Obama’s feelings and narrative! We amply show this above and cite some evidence again below,
- Media mandates to lie are unopposed, enjoy universal bipartisan support. Hence the right can not prove the Left wrong.
- Social acceptance of PC‘s dishonesty is the original sin!
- “Noble lies” will change reality!? Because of this naïve, childish belief, untruth was normalized and #TrueSpeech was banned.