Bulletin N° 924



Subject: “The Library of Alexandria is on Fire”: A mind-expanding discussion about Internet censorship.




Grenoble, 20 September 2020



Dear Colleagues and Friends of CEIMSA,


Below please find the link to an important discussion which is rich with accessible information concerning the new and developing technology of censorship on the Internet.


The inescapable conclusion in this discussion is that: an increasing number of people are working with received ideas, governed by the systematic censorship of alternative sources of information. Our minds are thus narrowed and groomed, by this engineered omission, for obedience to special interest groups - a complicity of which we are for the most part unaware. (See the “shadow ban” technique discussed, beginning at around 29:25 on this video below.)


“The Library of Alexandria is on Fire” - with James Corbett



Published 18 September 2020



For suggested proactive policies, see the segment of this video (starting at around 42:00) for “some simple steps to preserve information”: a) Save Everything on External Hard Drives”, and b) (at 44:14) Stop Using Controlled Platforms Exclusively. For the latter advice, 4 alternative platforms are presently recommended to free ourselves from "the manufacture of consent" produced by corporate controlled platforms such as Facebook, Google, Instagram, and You Tube :

  1. https://archive.org/ [archive.org]
  2. https://www.bitchute.com/ [bitchute.com]
  3. https://lbry.com/ [lbry.com]
  4. https://www.minds.com/ [minds.com]




Francis Feeley


Professeur honoraire de l'Université Grenoble-Alpes
Ancien Directeur de Researches
Université de Paris-Nanterre
Director of The Center for the Advanced Study
of American Institutions and Social Movements
The University of California-San Diego