By Lain Davis
The leading globalist think tanks are obsessed with the issue of our “trust.” The UK branch of the Carneigie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP), which once opined that war was the best way to alter the lives of an entire people, bemoaning the loss of public trust, said:
Trust is the foundation of a functioning democratic system. [. . .] [I]n order for people to feel positive about participating in democratic processes and decision making, it is essential to have public trust at all levels.
Governments too are terrified that we will no longer “trust” them. The reason they are desperate to censor the internet is that they fear the public’s ability to openly share information. Any information that questions the state—or the ruling parasite establishment—is labelled “misinformation” or “disinformation.”
Freedom of speech has become “information pollution” as intergovernmental organisations, such as the EU, seek to shut down the free and open exchange of ideas and information. Nothing could be less “democratic,” but these dangerous toadies are perfectly willing to defy all democratic ideals while having the temerity to claim they are defending democracy.