The EyeOpener- The “Twitter Revolution” Myth

Another weapon in the arsenal of the Western powers to destabilize “uncooperative” governments around the world

BFP VideoAs anyone who has logged on to the internet in the last five years is all too aware, social media websites have exploded in popularity to the point where they are virtually impossible to avoid. Facebook is expected to hit one billion users later this year. Twitter handles almost 300 million tweets per day. Every second, one hour of video footage is uploaded to YouTube.

With this rise in popularity of social media has come an attendant rise in another trend: the dinosaur media's attempts to portray these websites as revolutionary tools for freedom loving people around the world.

This is our EyeOpener Report by James Corbett presenting the entire myth of the social media revolution carefully constructed by US State Department-linked NGOs as another weapon in the arsenal of the Western powers who have been caught time and again destabilizing uncooperative governments around the world for decades.

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  1. jschoneboom says:

    Very very interesting and very well done, thanks. I’ll have to admit to buying into the notion of Twitter as an enabling tool for dissent, which I suppose to some extent it really is at least among the privileged dissenters of the Western world. There were some protests in England recently where people were able to respond flexibly and instantly to police actions based on massive tweeting and twittering or whatever it’s called. Or so I heard. But certainly one can’t expect every oppressed youth throughout the world to have an iPhone! Any links to more information about the co-opting or manipulation of these technologies for faux revolution would be welcome — an important and fascinating topic. I’d like to learn more.

  2. Excellent report, James. As usual, media shills for corporatism wouldn’t bat an eyelash should our secret state minders decide to “pull the plug” if “unruly” North American or European citizens get too uppity. Lieberman’s remarks say it all.

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