If you're listening to this, you... ARE, the resistance.
'Truth is a lonely warrior'says Perloff. This accepted shocker. The crashing wave and waning interest. The inevitable find and seek alternative and incisive-commentary crowds -- done gone. Seekers to know, get the true state of the mess, so then what..?
Yesterday a video clip was 'deleted'. The latest Tucker cast, commenting on an earlier show. At six mins., compares 6/1, with, 9/11? Doesn't go far enough but it's the unfolding. I.e., the admittance of a false flag. It's an... Apocalypse, and the ancient Greek: ἀποκάλυψις apokálypsis, from of/ from, ἀπό and cover: καλύψη, literally meaning, "from cover".
Meta data from the Manchester bomb photo shows it was taken in the morning from an exercise, not at night. Police radio logs and video show a man who left was arrested.
In the last part [of the essay], Adichie widens her gaze and takes aim at cancel culture in general.
“In certain young people today like these two from my writing workshop,” she notes. “I find a cold-blooded grasping; a massive sense of entitlement; an inability to show gratitude; an unrealistic expectation of puritanism from others; [and] a passionate performance of virtue that is well executed in the public space of Twitter but not in the intimate space of friendship.”
Social media, she says, stokes this censorious high-handedness. And the language of cancel culture, its hedging and policing, scorches subtlety and encourages snap-judgement.
“People wield the words ‘violence’ and ‘weaponize’ like tarnished pitchforks. People depend on obfuscation, who have no compassion for anybody genuinely curious or confused.”
[...] the reason this bill will make a difference is because it creates some enforcement mechanisms so students and academics and visiting speakers whose speech rights have been violated can hold HEPs and SUs to account.