Trudeau Looking to Force Social Media Companies to Ban 'Hateful' ContentChris Menahan
Mar. 27, 2019
Jonathan Pentland Hate Hoax: Black 'Victim' Accused Of Groping Woman, Attempting to Snatch Baby 'Is Mentally Ill And Has Been Committed'
Jonathan Pentland Arrest: Incident Reports Say Black Suspect Sexually Harassed Woman, Tried to Snatch Baby
Republican Utah Governor Says He's Proud Of The Utah Jazz For Racially Discriminating Against White Kids
'You're White, You Already Don't Belong!' White Allies Scolded For 'Telling BLM Protesters to Stop Throwing Bottles At Police'
Corbett Report Banned From YouTube After 14 Years, 570k Subs And 92+ Million Views
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's "liberals" are looking to exploit the mass shooting in New Zealand as a pretext for mass censorship of the internet.
Canada is considering whether to force social media companies to remove hateful and extremist content online.It's already illegal to plot terrorism and violent acts on the internet. This is entirely about banning content leftists deem "hateful" by acting like it's one and the same as "extremist" violence.
On Monday, Canadian political leaders offered condolences on the floor of the House of Commons for the victims of the mosque shootings and in his speech, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hinted that more needed to be done to crackdown on those spreading hatred and violent content.A poll just a few weeks ago found most Canadians believe Trudeau "has lost moral authority to govern" and "half of Canadians believe he should resign."
Nonetheless, we're supposed to believe he's the expert on what the public wants.
Goodale said it is clear the public is losing patience with social media companies.Indeed, if there's one thing the public is angry about when it comes to social media is that they're not censoring enough!
The article goes on and on making the case for censorship. At one point, they even say they "could" force ISPs to block sites like 4chan, 8chan and Liveleak as they've done in Australia but lament that "there is far too much red tape" to do it right now.
The finish their case for censorship by suggesting online haters should be treated the same as child predators to get around their strict net neutrality laws:
Gerhard agreed, saying Canadian carriers are not allowed to block content of any kind, as this is the foundational argument for net neutrality.These are some really honest actors we've got here, folks!
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab and Minds.