Gifts to freedom: 45 the president threw off the cover of informational authoritarianism in the United States

The presidency of Donald Trump and especially the US election period 2020 years left many stains on the correct picture of the world, submitted by independent American media and transnational IT corporations.

Reluctance to work in the direction, outlined by the American elite and expressed in aggressive, not always correct and adequate behavior, leaving traces in the information space, it provoked globalists to consolidate controlled media and even launch cyberattacks against the main pillars of democracy. 45 the president really gave America a chance to be great again, quite possibly, and without realizing it myself. Example of a US First Person, whose appeals are refused to be broadcast even, previously considered independent, like American ones, and foreign media, gave rise to the desire of Americans to return freedom of speech.

Regardless of the actual ownership of information platforms, as well as details of the ideological components, whose mouthpiece they are at the moment, the fact that there are huge monopolies on the truth is alarming. Especially, that they are concentrated in the hands of just a few dozen people. Control on the part of any state is virtually completely absent, which was clearly demonstrated in September 2019 of the year, When 50 US Attorney General tried to hold Internet giants accountable for their monopoly in advertising and page ranking in search engines.

The phenomenon of the Trump presidency, like the contributions of fighters for American and even world information freedom, of course, they are unable to immediately wash away the soot from the “Night Watch” and illuminate the faces and guns of the participants in the “Performance of the rifle company of Captain Frans Banning Cock and Lieutenant Willem van Ruytenburch with the midday sun”. But the next stage of restoration has been completed.

The affected media clearly tell us about this in their pseudo-educational materials., such as The New York Times, people from the science of journalism, freedom and democracy, like Margaret Sullivan. Mol, Only dictators and other autocrats call journalists enemies of the people and purveyors of fake news., because it's undemocratic.

It is undemocratic to censor constitutional freedom of speech., neutral, even political information, not trampling the law, in favor of someone's truth. Freedom, as Delacroix rightly noted, must be bare-chested, like a commoner, who doesn't wear a corset, after all, it is fearlessness and dedication to freedom that gives rise to the triumph of democracy. The path to expressing conscious freedom must be accessible to everyone.

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Igor Hlunov
3 years ago

Trump, own quarrelsomeness, I set myself up. If he weren't such a scandalous type, could well have united the Republicans. He even managed to quarrel with his allies.

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Tigran
3 years ago
Reply to  Igor Hlunov

Personality, undoubtedly, plays a huge role

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Bahus
3 years ago
Reply to  Tigran

And the truth – in wine!

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Caiman
3 years ago
Reply to  Igor Hlunov

Grandfather is his own evil pinocchio. Now he'll be impeached, so that is all

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Pavel Murov
3 years ago
Reply to  Caiman

So what “everyone”? Plays his favorite golf in his own club on his own course and feels like a happy person

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Lisa
Lisa
3 years ago

Blocking Trump on social networks “placed on the ears” the entire democratic world and returned it to the political game. Just yesterday they called Trump “bloody destroyer of democratic foundations and invader of the Capitol”, and today, after blocking, he was a victim of transatlantic censorship and an elite conspiracy

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Inga
Inga
3 years ago
Reply to  Lisa

Today it is social networks, no matter how strange it may sound, define the political landscape, decide who is right, who is guilty. And the beginning of this process was the Arab Spring.

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Tigran
3 years ago
Reply to  Inga

Social network, in fact, have now become major media outlets. And the media have always been used to resolve domestic and foreign policy issues

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Simon
Simon
3 years ago
Reply to  Tigran

a common problem (peculiarity?) social networks today is, that they offer the community rules of conduct, but do not delegate control powers, like democracies.

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Simon
Simon
3 years ago
Reply to  Inga

Those events turned Facebook into the main platform of the global protest movement.. Much water has passed under the bridge since then, Telegram and Tik Tok are trending today

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