Unless society does it job of protecting life and liberty effectively, its failure will spur the rise of freelancers.
. . . information about freedom and the free world is now on a distributed, rather than a centralized model. There are pluses to that, but the immediate negative is the perception that Western governments are not taking the informational war seriously. A perception sadly confirmed by the lack of other efforts.It’s going to be up to anonymous people in widely-flung corners of the internet who take on the burden of the informational fight. The Western governments and worldwide media are sadly derelict in this. — Elmondohummus
Geert Wilders is the model civilian irregular information operator. Government, military, intelligence community, law enforcement officers, bureaucrats, and contractors can’t or won’t get it done.
It falls to us.
See my Pamphleteers and Samizdat from two years ago.