When I first met Christina Taft online, she was struggling to promote an ethical organization that aimed to protect the rights of “psych victims.”
Psych Victims is currently an un-protected class. Christina’s website gave victims such as myself the opportunity to share their perspectives, feelings, and untold stories of abuse.
When I first came on board there was so much hostility, that anyone who challenged the psych industry was bullied and had their accounts suspended. It only took about a year of social engineering before Christina and I, along with a small team were able to change the paradigm to the point where Psychologists were no longer in control anymore… Especially in the realm of social media.
After a tragic breakdown in Christina’s life, the loss of her mother to the California fires, I was one of the few who consoled her while many others were very cold.
She then offered me a partnership with another struggling venture, a social media platform called worldie.com. At first I declined because of past experiences I had with a former business partner, but when I thought of the potential, I couldn’t resist.
We soon partnered with other ethical companies, utilizing the hashtag #TechForGood. I thought we were on the same page, using technology to help people not to enslave them.
One of the few things we did was protect Amber Heard’s career and life from an abusive relationship. When AH was first brought to my attention I was like “hell no”, but being a person who has been trolled by certain celebrities and understands the industry, I agreed to help out.
Everything was good, we made a great team until Corona hit.
We both agreed that public figures should be protected online, in the case of AH, it was obvious she was being trolled. Five thousand plus negative comments per post from fake spam accounts is a clear indicator of a person being silenced.
Growing up religious in a non religious environment, even being hospitalized and labeled for my strong connection with God, I steered far away from doomsday theology because the last thing I needed was to get slapped with a Q label by Anonymous over the internet.
I didn’t believe the RFID hype about Bill Gates at first, I just thought it was typical fear language by dinosaurs in the fossil fuel industry and religious nuts.
Boy was I wrong…