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Another Push for Censorship

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It’s almost as if politicians are hell-bent on expanding government at the expense of our freedoms . . . and grandstanding to ‘look like they are doing something.’

The two proclivities are not unrelated.

Take Theresa May, Great Britain’s Tory Prime Minister. After yet another terrorist attack in her country, this time on the London Bridge, she re-iterated her party’s intent to censor the Internet.

“We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed,” May said on Sunday. But this “safe space,” she went on, “is precisely what the Internet, and the big companies that provide Internet-based services, provide.”

Now, blaming ISPs and social platforms is a crude form of business scapegoating—something I would expect from her opponent in the upcoming elections, Jeremy Corbyn, the much-loathed (but inching ahead in the polls) top banana of Labour.

As a conservative, May should understand markets and the limitations of government interventionism a bit better than a nearcommunist. She might recall that previous attempts to regulate the means of communication almost never to work, and, in those few cases when they do, never stay scaled to the original target issue.

They expand. To cover more than just terrorism, as in this case.

What’s more, Jim Killock of the Open Rights Group makes the case that such a move would likely “push these vile networks into even darker corners of the web, where they will be even harder to observe” — scuttling the alleged purpose of the Conservative Party’s longed-for censorship.

May knows this. But she is a politician. She has power, and she wants to keep it.

It’s almost as if power corrupts or something.

This is Common Sense. I’m Paul Jacob.

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  1. Brian Wright says:

    They just want to prevent people from knowing all the false flag acts of state terror they perpetrate. London likely a FFAST like all the others: And they want to totally manufacture perception and engineer consent to the NWO.

  2. Karen H says:

    Methinks that Prime Minister May will have the shortest “reign’ in Britain’s history. She has failed miserably to protect her people, while blaming tech for her failures. Such a fool!

  3. Rocketman says:

    Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.

    Groucho Marx
    What more needs to be said?

  4. Brian Richard Allen says:

    …. May knows such a move would likely “push these vile networks into even darker corners of the web, where they will be even harder to observe”

    …. But she is a politician. She has power, and she wants to keep it.

    …. It’s as if power corrupts ….

    Never forgetting that such was Ms May’s predecessor’s lusting after power that David Cameron compromised whatever shreds of integrity his “Conservatives” had taken into the election he made the most (but not much) of and, having gotten into bed with even less moral politicians than himself
    was then powerless to begin to unravel the traitor Tony Blair’s bastardy. Which included Blair’s Labour party’s having willfully weaponized “immigration.” For Blair’s admitted purpose of forever altering the composition, the culture and the ethnicity of his nation’s population.

    And nor should any forget that, as Cameron’s “Home Secretary, Ms May for many years and until today, owned primary responsibility for the Blair and Cameron and now May governments’ incitement, encouragement and facilitation of an effective un-and-anti-British invasion and hostile colonization. Of and by third-world-barbarians.

    …. This is Common Sense. I’m Paul Jacob ….

    It is. You are!

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