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Give Kurt Nimmo's article about fascist Canada's attack on free speech titled "Canada Joins the Authoritarian Censorship Agenda" a read. Here's an excerpt dealing with the "Christchurch Call" which Kurt mentions:
"The Christchurch Call is a commitment by Governments and tech companies to eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online. It rests on the conviction that a free, open and secure internet offers extraordinary benefits to society. Respect for freedom of expression is fundamental. However, no one has the right to create and share terrorist and violent extremist content online."
Here's what I know: The world is ruled by tyrants. They are lawless, violent and deceitful. And they came to be in charge, in positions of authority everywhere, by breaking rules. The way it works is, you get together with others in order to decide on the rules that, if all of us followed them, would conduce to social harmony, and peace, security and prosperity for all. Then, those among the huddled stakeholders (everyone) who have self-modified into being believers in violence, deceit and inequality (which doesn't change their outer appearance) proceed to strategically break rules, some of which are written and some of which are unwritten. That enables the wolves in sheeps' disguise to get ahead of and on top of others, namely others, including sane parents, who actually want law & order. The psychopaths who own, rule and (mentally and spiritually) ruin the world don't care about rules and laws 'on principle'. They see those as being a means of population control.
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