Days after Facebook’s Zuckerberg met with conservatives to placate their concerns about censorship–resulting in Glenn Beck shamelessly kissing up to Zuckerberg in the media–the popular technology companies, such as the ones listed in the headline above, have signed onto the EU’s hate speech initiative. It’s purpose is to censor on social media and the Internet at large any speech the globalist New World Order types in the EU deem not in keeping with their aspirations.
What we can expect from such an agreement in the future is the censoring of speech criticizing socialism, or microchipping humans, or talk that promotes guarding borders, or that criticize LGBTs, or pedophilia, or sex workers (aka prostitutes), or puts sharia in a bad light, and the list will go on and on. It’s being promoted under the guise that they want to stop “illegal hate speech,” which is code for “we hate freedom of speech and freedom in general unless it’s freedom as defined by us.”
As Kit Daniels of Infowars so eloquently states it, ‘To sum it up, this war on “hate speech” is nothing more than a program to control not only what people say but also what they think.’
To see for yourself just what is in the agreement, Breitbart.com has supplied the full text of it at this link. This move is most likely a test for what the United Nations hopes to accomplish in the future and will eventually tie in to how ICANN’s oversight by the US was given up by Obama so other forces could move in to control who is given what URL on the Internet and who will be shut out–among other things. The groundwork is just being laid for now, to allow them to tighten the noose at some future time.
But for all their efforts, we believers in Christ know that the true word of God can never be stopped by the efforts of the God-haters and the spiritual forces in high places that influence and encourage them.
Remember that Jesus Christ of the seed of David was raised from the dead according to my gospel: Wherein I suffer trouble, as an evil doer, even unto bonds; but the word of God is not bound. 2 Tim. 2:8-9