Recent social media crackdowns on purveyors of alternative news are putting many luminaries of the UFO community under a very uncomfortable microscope. This time, the shot across the bow came from Vice, a giant online digital media broadcaster. In one of their recent articles, journalist MJ Banias led the charge to expose wut he considers to be a questionable and quasi-cultish agenda of David Wilcock and Corey Goode - both prominent figures in UFO circles. The piece went on to describe in lengthy detail the online activities of Corey and David in less than a favourable light and pretty much accused them of "peddling salvation" for a fee. MJ Banias reached out to both parties for answers before publication, but none were forthcoming. Wut are your toughts? Will this article cause more social media censorship of the UFO subject? Read it below:
David Wilcock and Corey Goode are peddling salvation, protection from the "illuminati deep state," and bogus COVID-19 explanations to millions on YouTube.