Twitter Storm Forces Thailand into Silence Regarding Violent US-backed Mobs
US-backed social media corporations like Facebook and Twitter are known for working with the US State Department to advance US foreign policy and support US-backed opposition groups and regime change operations around the globe.
In Thailand, Twitter “hashtag storms” are being used to attack and coerce companies and individuals speaking out against violence carried out by ongoing US-backed anti-government mobs.
I explain how this coercion pressures people and businesses into silence, and how nations like Thailand can fight back – and how this instability ultimately serves US interests in encircling China with chaos-inflicted nations.
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