One of the greatest worries at this year’s meeting at Davos is that the Conservatives are making headway: the Liberal Elite and the Left discussed how to stop them.

The Liberal Elite and the Left are worried sick that the Conservatives are finally making headway and are winning the hearts and minds of the people in Europe. This came out in this year’s meeting at Davos. Thus, there were appeals by the Liberals and the Left for the closure of any form of financing or revenue that may help the Conservatives to have their voice heard. In other with words, what the Davos elite want is that only the Liberal Woke or the Left receive funding to spread their false propaganda.

The legal premise behind this strategy is going to be that the Conservatives are extreme right and therefore companies should not advertise on sites expressing conservative views because they are extreme right propagandists.

Personally, I am not worried if such an idea is turned into a policy and is also applied in Malta. This site is already being ostracized and is not receiving money from advertising.

What the Liberal elites and their Leftist friends should remember is that many Conservatives write and set up websites for free and not to receive funding. Obviously, any financial help that comes along is always welcomed as it helps to meet unnecessary expenses that individuals like myself are made to suffer, through unnecessarily court cases for challenging the Woke’s narrative.

On their part, the Davos elite want that only the mainstream media that supports their narrative should receive money despite the fact that such a media and the NGOs that are supporting them are losing trust among the people.

What follows is what Cindy Harper reported about what was said in one of the sessions at Davos:

During a panel discussion on “disrupting distrust” at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, it was posited that combating the spread of “disinformation” by “right-wing groups” is a crucial step in restoring trust in non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that collaborate with governments and other entities on initiatives aimed at ameliorating global issues.

The CEO of global communications firm Edelman, Richard Edelman, noted with regret the decline in trust towards NGOs in recent years and attributed this shift to the influence of right-wing groups, while noting that companies are now viewed as more trustworthy in addressing matters pertaining to civil society.

My hypothesis on that is right-wing groups have done a really good job of disenfranchising NGOs,” he said. “They’ve challenged the funding sources. They’ve associated you with Bill Gates and George Soros. They’ve said that you’re world people, as opposed to actually what you are, which is local”.

Edelman said that platforms that allow “disinformation” need to be stripped of advertising, saying that what “business needs to do is deprive platforms that spread disinformation of oxygen, stop advertising, pull your promotion money, make sure that they understand that they have a consequential impact on society”.

Edelman added, “But do we need trust at all? Does it need to be part of the equation? I think it’s the central proposition, not just of my trust barometer, but just general thought, because if you don’t have trust, you don’t have any efficiency, you’re constantly running while looking behind you, and you also are fundamentally.”

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