Welcome to Social Government
Welcome to Social Government by SpinQuark
Joe Rogan Experience #1292
Joe Rogan: “…I think they [Twitter] definitely are biased against conservative people… it’s really clear that someone in the company, whether it’s up for manual review whether it’s at the discretion of the people that are employees… without doubt you’re dealing with people that are leaning left.”
Ben Shapiro Show #793 – The Enemy of the People
“Why is Facebook answering that question from The Daily Beast? If The Daily Beast goes to Facebook and says ‘I want the identity of whomever published this [Nancy Pelosi] video’ why is Facebook revealing that identity? The guy didn’t commit a crime. The guy didn’t involve himself in slander or libel. How in the world is it Facebook’s job to answer questions from The Daily Beast about the source of this video?”
How is it that Facebook, who refuses to dox any of the violent Antifa terrorists that use its platform, are happy to give up the personal details of the Facebook user who anonymously uploaded a slowed video of Nancy Pelosi, within minutes, to some rando journalist on the phone? (How do you even call Facebook?)
Pluralism (political theory)
Classical pluralism is the view that politics and decision making are located mostly in the framework of government, but that many non-governmental groups use their resources to exert influence. The central question for classical pluralism is how power and influence are distributed in a political process. Groups of individuals try to maximize their interests. Lines of conflict are multiple and shifting as power is a continuous bargaining process between competing groups.
“The term pluralism is generally used to contrast with so called ‘mainstream’ economics teaching which generally only focusses [sic] on one school of economic thought called neo-classical economics…. that economic teaching should include other schools of thought such as complexity, institutional, post-Keynesianism and Marxist economics”
Why does Facebook have someone whose job is to show others how to use their platform as a type of privatized government and “exert influence” over the public? And what exactly does it mean for Facebook to “exert influence” over the public?
I think we’ve been witnessing a little more of that every day.