Schwab is so opposed to people reading and sharing anything other than what he deems as "truth" that he has recruited hundreds of thousands of "information warriors" to police social media.
Content that is deemed to be "misinformation" will be slated for removal, according to Schwab, who believes that there is an "infodemic" online that is "potentially deadly" and requires a "cure."
"The definition of misinformation, according to the WEF, is anything they disagree with," reports Newspunch. "This means the information warriors will essentially be engaged in the act of shutting down dissent."
In the comment section on YouTube, for instance, Schwab is deploying "digital first responders" who pretend to be ordinary users but who are actually speech police hired to flag "offensive" content for removal.
These same digital first responders are reportedly being implanted into conspiracy forums as well for the very same purpose.
"So far, we've recruited 110,000 information volunteers, and we equip these information volunteers with the kind of knowledge about how misinformation spreads and ask them to serve as kind of 'digital first responders' in those spaces where misinformation travels," explained United Nations communications director Melissa Fleming in a recent WEF podcast.
This subliminal infiltration of the web by paid WEF hacks is meant to steer the global conversation about issues like the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), so-called "green" energy, abortion, socialism and more.
Anything that contradicts the official globalist narrative surrounding these issues is part of the "infodemic" that must be exterminated from every corner of the internet.
Social media "fact checkers" are just one component in this matrix of censorship control, and many people are already on to their tactics which is why Schwab is now adding a digital army of infiltrators to the mix.
Journalist Mark Little, who previously worked for Twitter and founded a social media fact checking company called Storyful, recently launched an artificial intelligence (AI) company called Kinzen that will accomplish many of Schwab's goals.
"I've started to see the spread of misinformation as a global health crisis," Little, who works for the corporate-controlled media, said in a recent podcast. "Misinformation is that serious a threat to our society."
"Misinformation is happening within our friends and families. So we have to find strategies to, first of all, recognize it. And, secondly, as active citizens, just like we wear masks to protect others, we need to be the good citizen, the active vector fighting back in our daily lives."
In the comment section at Newspunch, one person urged patriots everywhere to resist such tyranny and deconstruct it whenever and wherever possible in defense of the Constitution.
"We cannot allow these criminally insane people to remain in positions of power over other people," this person added.
"They are just getting ready for the midterm elections," responded another.
Someone else wrote that the only people spreading misinformation are the globalists and their puppets in government who do all the dirty work – oh, and the mainstream media, too.
"Now we know why Trudeau created Bill C-11," added another person about similar free speech restrictions being imposed in Canada. "He's just doing what his WEF bff-in-chief Schwab is ordering him to do."
Wherever you find globalists, said another, there you will find tyranny and an obsession with stamping out people's free speech rights.
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