The Fifth Estate

A very old expression for the press is “the fourth estate.” “In England, the three estates preceding the fourth estate were the king, the clergy and the commoners…. The fourth estate refers to the watchdog role of the press, one that is important to a functioning democracy.”

To me, it is abundantly clear that the fourth estate has failed us. Mainstream media outlets all sing and dance in harmony with the World Economic Forum, and have been reduced to mere propaganda tools, people who jump every time their handlers say “Jump!”

In the last months, we have seen huge demonstrations going unreported in the mainstream news. We have seen amazing successes with using Ivermectin as a prophylactic all over the world being ignored. Substantially more than ten thousand people died of COVID-19 vaccines, and they are still safe according to the mainstream media. The mainstream media is a dead watchdog.

Therefore, we really need an alternative. There is no use lamenting the current situation without looking for and finding a better alternative. That is not only true for the press, obviously. We see the development of a “parallel society,” now that the great reset is pushed so hard on everyone.

People are looking for alternative healthcare, alternative currencies, alternative (local) shopping, social media free of censorship, and online and offline communities based on truth and love, rather than lies and fear. Many great alternatives are being developed as we speak. Yay!

For the press, that means the development of the fifth estate. Laypersons and professionals start their own websites and blogs. They try to reach as many people as possible, through social media channels and by word-of-mouth promotion. And they reach an audience.

It is also called “citizen journalism.” “Citizen journalism involves private individuals, who are normally the consumers of journalism, generating their own news content. Citizens collect, report, analyze, and disseminate news and information, just as professional journalists would, creating what is known as user-generated content.”

I want to encourage more people to become citizen journalists. I believe my blog is important. I do not believe that my writing is at the same level as the blogs of David Icke or James Corbett, but maybe it doesn’t have to be. Everyone has their own way of expressing himself, and will attract some people who will gravitate to this type of content.

If more people become activist bloggers who write about truth and freedom and the need to end the great reset, then the fifth estate will gain power. It is up to us to rise to the challenge of being the new watchdog of democracy, human rights, and freedom for all. The old watchdog is dead, long live the new watchdog!

If you feel inspired to become a blogger, a citizen journalist, just start. Don’t think that everything you do has to be perfect, because that is not true. If you are starting with the sincere intent to be someone who’s online presence reflects the truth, the unbiased facts, and is based upon fundamental values like human rights and honesty, you are right from the start doing a better job than the fourth estate is doing at the moment.

It is my sincere desire that this new watchdog, the fifth estate, grows from being a puppy into a full-grown powerful dog, whose goals are to protect, to inform, and to serve. We are in the middle of an information war. Losing is not an option. The pen is mightier than the sword. Start to use it, if you haven’t already, and use it wisely and for the greater good. Thank you!