Late to the Pol
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Late to the Pol

My political commentary and opinions are all found here. May or may not involve falling up the stairs.


The Already-Entertaining Elon Musk Era on Twitter

5 Dec 2022 3 minute read 2 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Months ago, I wrote an article about Tesla CEO Elon Musk acquiring Twitter. In it, I expressed cautious optimism on his vision to change Twitter to something that resembles more of a "digital town square". What I did not an...

The Dangers of Centralization: When Payment Systems Steal Your Money for 'Misinformation'

8 Oct 2022 3 minute read 2 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. PayPal is a multinational online payment system that purports to be more convenient over the traditional checks and money orders. If you need to pay rent, you can just send the money to your landlord via PayPal instead of w...

Reuters Tries (and Fails) to Smear Alternative Content Platforms Odysee and BitChute

25 Aug 2022 4 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. There are several alternative content and social media platforms nowadays. If you don't like Facebook or Twitter, there are Minds, Bastyon, and PeakD to name a few. YouTube being too censorious? There are Rumble, BitChute,...

The Downfall of the Washington Post

24 Jun 2022 3 minute read 4 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. There was a time when The Washington Post held a lot of prestige and was the face of investigative journalism. In June 1972, reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward investigated the burglary of the DNC headquarters buildi...

How the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard Trial Severely Damaged the Legacy Media's Credibility

15 Jun 2022 4 minute read 5 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. In December 18, 2018, actress Amber Heard published on op-ed on the Washington Post titled "I spoke up against sexual violence — and faced our culture’s wrath. That has to change". In the article, she alleged to be a victim...

The Madlad Actually Did It: What Elon Musk's Acquisition of Twitter Means?

26 Apr 2022 2 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Not even a month ago, Elon Musk bought a 9.2% stake on Twitter effectively becoming the largest stakeholder. On top of that, he became a member of Twitter's Board of Directors. When I divulged into this development, I cauti...

Elon Musk Buys 9.2% Stake in Twitter, But Will It Amount to Anything?

6 Apr 2022 2 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Elon Musk is rather interesting character. More than just the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, you may know him for pumping and dumping Dogecoin. In spite of the fact that Tesla is an electric car company, Musk actually called for...

Odysee Takes a Laissez-Faire Stance Towards the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

14 Mar 2022 2 minute read 4 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Make no mistake. I am totally against what Putin and Russia are doing with Ukraine and I support latter's right to self-determination. Such aggression and violence were unjustified and should stop. That said, I am also agai...

Johns Hopkins University Study Found Lockdowns Did Little to Reduce COVID Mortality

7 Feb 2022 6 minute read 1 comment LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Introduction In early 2020, many nations around the world implemented lockdowns and shelters-in-place in response to the rising cases of SARS-COV-2. Originally portrayed as a short term measure (i.e. "2 weeks to flatten the...

Why the Elites are Terrified of Joe Rogan

2 Feb 2022 5 minute read 5 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Introduction All the way back in September 2021, I wrote about the mainstream media's weird obsession over discrediting ivermectin, an anti-parasitic drug that also happened to have anti-viral properties against SARS-COV-2...