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Didactic Mind, Ep 69: Cancelling Cancel Culture

by | Feb 21, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

In this week’s episode, I explore the fallout from Gina Carano’s cancellation by the Twatter mob and Disney, and offer up some thoughts about lessons that we can all learn from the process. I tell you how you can learn to stand firm in the face of madness, and how you can even profit off of the corporate greed and stupidity that drove the decision to fire Ms Carano in the first place. And I explain the importance of keeping your composure, building your own platforms, and seeking out your freedom, in order to minimise the damage that the Blue Checkmark Brigade can do to you in the process.

Protect Yourself From Big Tech

As I keep telling everyone with sense enough to listen, you MUST take steps to protect yourself from the Big Tech companies. Start here with this post. Here are the specific steps that you can take:

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