Headline, October 25 2021/ SOCIAL : ''' '' TRUMP TRUTH TRULY '' '''



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CONSPIRACIES : AND THEN WRESTLING WITH COMMON SENSE : And The World Students Society found America's favorite form of theatre overlaps with conspiracy theories and politics.

POLITICIANS ARE GREAT MASTERS AT EXAGGERATION and so then sober understatement is truly a rarer quality.

So when in June Mitt Romney witheringly likened the conspiracy theory that last year's presidential election was stolen to professional wrestling, the Republican senator from Utah might not have realised quite how apt the comparison is.

Wrestling and conspiracy theories have much in common. Both tell improbable stories of cartoon villains and larger-than-life-heroes. Convoluted but compelling plot lines are woven together to create a world of drama and intrigue more engaging than humdrum reality. They even share some of the same cast.

Big names from the past, such as Val Venis and Chris Jericho, have become enthusiastic conspiracy theorists. Given how many chairs to the head wrestlers take over a career, perhaps this is not surprising.

And some have stepped into politics. Jesse ''The Body'' Ventura, a wrestler and former governor of Minnesota, once hosted a TV show investigating claims that CIA had been turning citizens into assassins with hypnosis.

Alex Jones, the founder of Infowars, an Internet purveyor of bogus conspiracy theories and useless supplements, was a frequent guest.

WASHINGTON : Trump to launch social media network in bid to negate Facebook, Twitter ban.

Former US president Donald Trump on Wednesday announced plans to launch his own social network, in the latest push to reclaim his internet dominance after he was banned from Twitter and Facebook in the wake of the Capital insurrection.

The move is likely to further strengthen speculation that Trump is gearing up for another presidential run in 2024.

''TRUTH Social'' will be owned by Trump Media & Technology Group [TMTG], and is expected to begin its beta launch for ''invited guests'' next month. It is already available for preorder in the App Store, the group said in a statement.

TMTG also intends to launch a subscription video on-demand service that will feature ''non-woke'' entertainment programming and will be led by Scott St.

John, an executive producer from ''America's Got Talent,'' the statement said.

For years, Trump, who wielded Twitter in particular as a rhetorical weapon during his presidency, has battled tech giants that he argues have wrongly censored him.

'' I created TRUTH Social and TMTG to stand up to the tyranny of  Big Tech,'' Trump, banned from Twitter and Facebook for stoking the January 6 US Capital attack, was quoted as saying in the statement.

'' We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American President has been silenced. This is unacceptable.''

US Congressional investigators are examining the January 6 attack, when thousands of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol nine months ago in an effort to overturn President Joe Biden's election victory.

They had been egged on by Trump, whose fiery speech earlier that day falsely claiming election fraud was the culmination of months of baseless claims about a contest he lost fairly to Joe Biden.

The investigative committee has charged that Trump was ''personally involved '' in organizing the attack.

Free-speech Battles

The free- speech fight escalated when the world's dominant social media platforms banned Trump, as punishment for stirring up mob that ransacked Congress.

Facebook banned Trump indefinitely on January 7, later narrowing the ban to two years.

Twitter quickly followed, permanently suspending Trump's account - which had more than 88 million followers at the time - due to the ''risk of further incitement of violence.'' Ever since. Trump has been looking for ways to reclaim his Internet megaphone, launching several lawsuits against the tech giants.

In May, he launched a blog called ''From the Desk of Donald J. Trump.'' which was touted as a major new outlet - but he pulled it from the Internet just a month later.

Former Trump aide Jason Miller launched a social network called Getrr earlier this year, but the former president has not yet joined it.

Shortly after TRUTH  Social was announced, Miller congratulated Trump on ''re-entering the social media fray.'' Now Facebook and Twitter will lose even more market share,'' he said in a statement tweeted by Getrr.

The TMTG statement said the group will merge blank check company Digital World Acquisition Corp [ DWAC ] to make it a publicly listed company, with the transaction giving TMGT an initial enterprise value of $875 million.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on the endowed ''Lifelong Members of The World Students Society'' and Social Networks, continues. We thank the authors from The Economist and AFP.

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