Decades ago, David Foster Wallace foresaw the problems that technology, media, and entertainment would cause for this generation with. We now live in the internet/information age, where technology and media are inescapable. During Wallace’s later life, he pointed out the problems that we should consider and be aware of when existing in such a society. We may have not listened then, but we should now.
In the middle of this ongoing crisis – the question of who to trust, how to find truth, censorship and free speech are coming centre stage.
Douglas Murray is a the associate editor of the Spectator, and the author of the bestselling books the strange death of europe and the recent ‘madness of crowds’, and also a fearless critic of the blind spots of the mainstream media.
In this conversation with Rebel Wisdom’s David Fuller, they explore the censorship of the big tech platforms, the decline of the traditional media and also the issues raised by the recent Rebel wisdom investigation into David Icke and London Real: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDM1w…
A Glitch in the Matrix