A Trends map of trending twitter hashtags shows #OccupyWallStreet tweets surging in nations around the entire world, except in the United States, while Google Trends shows a corporate media blackout.
JP Morgan has invested $400 million dollars into twitter and in return [See image above].
Yet when the Freedom of Information Act Request is submitted to explain this, we will find the Feds ordered it to be censored due to national security, hence covering up Wall Street bankers commanding twitter to censor the hashtag.
Then, shortly after this article received a lot of attention, it comes back on the world map but still not allowed to be shown on the right hand side of trends.
If you need to get a good sad on, go ahead and read through the comments, too.
I’ve run out of things to say about all of this, except to say the Washington Times is essentially the print version of Fox News (although it did used to have an okay sports page and coverage of DC-area pro and college teams).
Or let me put it this way: Sometimes the Washington Times makes The Oklahoman look like Mother Jones. Sometimes it’s the other way around, depending on who the Gaylords have a vendetta against at the moment, but yeah.
On the other hand, white presidents aren’t called “racists towards white folks” (as if racism towards white folks exist, it doesn’t) if they promote inclusion and diversity. But the second our black president, or any black person for that matter, promotes diversity they somehow hate white people. This is white supremacy at its finest folks.