2015 UN Paper Proposed Government Licensing To “Supervise Content” Online

via govtslaves.info via blacklistednews.com

In recent purge, globalists are following long existing plans to censor internet.

In 2015, the Washington Post warned that the United Nations was attempting to “…transform the Web from a libertarian free-for-all to some kind of enforced social commons“.

The warning came in response to a UN report titled “Cyber Violence Against Women and Girls: A World-Wide Wake-up Call“.

The report was promptly withdrawn due to errors with “footnoting”.

Based on a campaign to promote “gender sensitive content” for women and prevent online harrassment and bullying, the report proposed a Chinese style system of government licensing.

From the report:

Political and governmental bodies need to use their licensing prerogative to ensure that only those Telecoms and search engines are allowed to connect with the public that supervise content and its dissemination”.

China, a country which has committed some of the worst human rights violations in history, has adopted a licensing system as described in the UN report. The report itself fails to mention this fact, other than saying in a sick irony, “…people in China do not report a strong sense of increased freedom from using the Internet”.

A year after the UN report, the secretive Bilderberg group discussed plans to lock down the internet with “online passports”. According to Infowars sources:

“Services such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter could also use the online passport to revoke posting permission if a user violates terms of agreement, another obvious threat to the free flow of information that has made the web what it is today.”

In 2015, the Washington Post warned of a “dangerous vision for the future of the Web“, now it has joined the chorus of other establishment publications cheering the silencing of Infowars.

Long before the narratives of “Russian meddling”, Sandy Hook and fake news, elites were planning to stifle free speech online under different conditions.

The establishment has been waiting for the right moment to crack down on internet freedom.

The purge of conservative voices and Alex Jones has nothing to do with protecting human rights, preventing bullying, or any kind of humanitarian aim. The long term planning of this censorship shows that, despite it’s current focus, it isn’t even centered on Infowars. Its sights are on all of us and it has one goal: Silence the opposition.

https://www.oldthinkernews.com/2018/08/15/2015-united-nations-paper-proposed-government-licensing-to-supervise-content-online/

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