“The Internet Problem”

Only a corporate-owned, corporate-slanted media would call actual democracy via the internet (whose opinions, as link points out, agrees with current majority of Americans according to polls) “the internet problem.”

Why do some memes become predominant even though they are not true?

“See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in . . . to kind of catapult the propaganda.”
–George W. Bush, May 24, 2005

Bush & Co. believe that it is OK to kill hundreds of thousands to get what they want–money, oil, power. They force death on hundreds of thousands to get their way. In a similar way, they also bully the memes about. They shove death down your throats and lies down your minds. They repeat lies over and over again: “They hate us for our freedoms”, “I believe Israel has a right to defend itself” [sly lie – an inherent untruth: Israel is not merely ‘defending itself’ when constantly expanding borders, i.e.: South Lebanon, which they’re not giving back, combined with ‘support of’ which gives the hidden lie a positive connotation – brilliant progit], “The Clean Air Initiative” and on and on. The only way they are able to bully these memes about – aside from elaborate set designs involving professional banners and codpieces – is through control of the media.

Thus, “the internet problem.”

Thus, “the war on the internet” starting with the end of “network neutrality.”