From The Common Sense Show
The strangest thing has happened at Facebook in the past four weeks. Facebook, known for their extreme censorship and promotion of totally inappropriate political messages (e.g. Assassinate Donald Trump page), has taken a dramatic shift in censorship policy.
Previously, any post from any Independent Media site would be limited to 10 groups. If 11 groups received an 11th post from the same Independent Media site, the organization would be banned for 30 days. If someone posted an article which was critical of Hillary Clinton, the work was censored and the author could find themselves banned for 30 days. However, Facebook has largely stopped censoring and banning posts that do not fit into to its Marxist New World Order agenda. This is shocking and very surprising. However, to enforce this brand of censorship is very expensive and takes elaborately programmed “robots”, along with 20 year old human analysts, to surf Facebook and impose its leftist propaganda agenda.
Why would Facebook suddenly relax its censorship policies? The simple answer is to save money. it is very expensive to enforce the previous censorship policies of Facebook. However, if Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg were in possession of information that the Internet would soon be controlled by Russian and Chinese government officials through ICANN, then why waste the money? Well that is exactly what is happening on October 1, 2016. The Internet will be controlled by a faceless international organization in which bureaucrats from places like Russia and China will soon decide what you can print and read on the Internet. CNN is jumping for joy as this may be their last chancee to survive their incredibly low ratings.
ICANN Means You Can’t
On October 1st, Obama, through the Commerce Department, is handing off control of the Internet to ICANN. For anyone who enjoys getting their news from sources like Stevequayle.com, this is a very disturbing development. This short video ecapsulates the issues related to this unconstitutional action being perpetrated by Obama.
Some are highly critical of this move, including Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.Cruz (R) who has argued that ICANN could be used by dictatorships to shut down the Web around the globe, either in whole or in part.