Who decides what 'Disinformation' is?

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written by: Jaymie Icke

Jaymie is the CEO and Founder of Ickonic. His areas of passion for writing are freedom of speech, health and well-being, psychology and sports. He aims to steer Ickonic into becoming a major international broadcaster, showing media can have integrity.


The BBC

This term was almost unheard of a few years ago, but now it seems to be one used by the mainstream media on a daily basis, organisations like the BBC in Britain even have specialist roles such as ‘Disinformation Reporter’ which is truly one of the biggest pieces of irony I have ever heard. The BBC are the king of ‘disinformation’, they silence anyone that goes against the mainstream narrative and promote anyone who supports it, regardless of the facts of the matter. 

The covid era has been the perfect example of that, while world-respected cardiologists like US-based Dr Peter McCullough were ignored and silenced for highlighting the dangers of the jabs, TV doctors who're for sale at any price were given airtime, unchallenged to put their one-sided and bias views across. The whole time pushed the party narrative of things like “the vaccine is safe and effective”, “get vaccinated to protect others” and all the other lies presented to us. 

Doesn't that sound like disinformation to you? 

The BBC to stick with them ignored protests that included literally millions of people on their own doorstep in Regent Street on more than one occasion, while covering and promoting everything that supported their narrative. Again, isn't that disinformation? 

Now in their arrogance, these organisations employ people specifically to trash, dismiss and troll online anyone with the courage and brains to begin to ask some questions. The BBC actually have an article on their website about how to speak to friends that talk about conspiracy theories, how arrogant and self-delusional can they be, seriously. The days of these organisations having a monopoly on the information that people receive is over, fortunately. I would quite confidently say that the BBC in its current form will not exist in 20 years. 

Social Media is the new form of media

However, one of the new forms of media is social media. The vast majority of those under the 40s now get all their news and information from sources like Facebook, and as with the BBC, Facebook also employs ‘fact-checkers’ and ‘disinformation consultants’ to moderate the comments and posts online. All in the name of protecting people from extremism and hate speech, a clever way of disguising what they're really there to do, which is again, censor anyone going against or challenging the mainstream narrative on any given event. 

Facebook and other social media giants actually put tags underneath posts to warn people of disinformation, any posts about the vaccine for example had a link to the World Health Organisation underneath them to get ‘real and accurate information’ on vaccines. I think they spelt propaganda wrong on that particular one. 

The term disinformation has been completely highjacked and inverted, funny that, so much of our world seems completely inverted, take the WHO I mention above for example, they're promoting a lethal jab with no long-term testing, but refused to promote vitamin D or regular exercise through lockdowns, as I say completely inverted. 

A Golden Rule to follow

Those that are the most guilty of disinformation are the ones who have the arrogance to throw the slur at others, it would be funny if it wasn't so dangerous. So for anyone new to looking at alternative information, I urge you to try this tactic from now on, and it's very simple. When you see something labelled or dismissed as disinformation, take a long hard look at it for yourself, see if you can find any evidence to support it, and make up your own mind.  

It's a good rule to have when the system is determined to silence or smear someone, 9 times out of 10 are saying something that you need to hear. 

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