Saturday, August 11, 2018

Brian Kalgan — The Big Tech Companies are Just Contract Mercenaries for the U.S. Intelligence Agencies

... the current case in question is quite different than any past case study in a private entity’s constitutional requirements where freedom of speech are concerned. Firstly, just a handful of big tech companies control virtually all social media platforms, effectively operating an illegal, anti-free market monopoly. This is not a normal, or even legal form of private business in the United States. Secondly, these companies are banning individuals and groups in coordination with one another and at the behest of special interests groups, including current federal government legislators, the mass media, and former federal intelligence agency officials. This “usual suspects” line-up, representing what is now acknowledged as the Deep State, even by the mainstream media outlets that serve as its propaganda operation, are basically contracting a private company to do what they are legally prevented from doing so themselves. So, Facebook, Google, Twitter and YouTube are working as independent contractors to conduct the type of censorship of the internet that the federal government would like to conduct through agencies such as the FCC or even the CIA and the NSA, but is legally prohibited from doing so.
SouthFront
The Big Tech Companies are Just Contract Mercenaries for the U.S. Intelligence AgenciesBrian Kalgan, management professional in the marine transportation industry and an officer in the US Navy for eleven years

5 comments:

Bob said...

They could be regulated as utilities - would that make libertarians happy?

Noah Way said...

Unelected, with black budgets and no oversight: above the law. Who is going to regulate them?

I like to fantasize that one day their files will be thrown open like he Stasi in East Germany after the wall came down. Fat chance. The bastards will destroy everything rather than admit anything.

I refer once again to the Black Eagle trust.

https://www.wanttoknow.info/911/Collateral-Damage-911-black_eagle_fund_trust.pdf

Tom Hickey said...

They could be regulated as utilities - would that make libertarians happy?

What would make libertarians of the left happy, but only if the oligarchy were replaced by direct democracy, is socializing them as monopolies.

What would make libertarians of the right happy is breaking these monopolies into genuinely competitive firms.

Noah Way said...

Competition without rules.

Just like the Thunderdrome: Two men enter, one man leaves.

Bob said...

Or two men enter, two men leave?