I have always believed that institutions that include the words “international” and “world” in their names are globalist, pinko organizations. The International Monetary Fund, the World Health Organization (WHO), and the World Economic Forum are just a few examples. IHOP and their wonderful boysenberry syrup are not included.
A WEF article claiming that global censorship is needed was published in an op-ed. The article doesn’t state that global censorship is needed, because the commies can be too blunt. They will shred our rights in the same way as the bolshies have always done, but they will say it’s for people’s good. They call for a crackdown on the “radicalization of extremist opinions, misinformation spreading and wide reach of child sexual abuse material(CSAM)”.
The article opens with a note, clearly added after the op-ed was posted. It reads:
Readers, please be aware that this article was shared on sites that routinely misrepresent information and spread misinformation. Please take note of the following:
1) This article represents the opinion of the author and not that of the World Economic Forum.
2) Please take the time to read the article. The Forum is committed to publishing diverse voices. Misrepresenting content will only hinder open discussions.
We can see that the WEF already has a list of sites that spread misinformation. I may also submit an opinion piece on why I think Klaus Schwab, founder of the WEF, is a lizard person.
Let’s start with the “radicalization and extremism” issue. Although I believe I have answered the question, I am not allowed to decide which opinions are “extreme”. According to the FBI, patriotic flags can be signs of “militia violence extremists. This could mean that your weekly pinochle game night with your memaw might be canceled because that Betsy Ross flag is flying from your porch.
If the WEF wishes to pursue Antifa during one of their violent hissy fits I’m fine with that. However, I don’t think that will happen. Twitter allows them to threaten others and plan their riots without fear of repercussions. If Twitter’s pinkos don’t crack down on Democrats’ brownshirts, then I don’t see how global censorship will make any difference.
Christopher Guillott is revealed to be a leader of #Antifa group Elm Fork John Brown Gun Club (@EFJBGC) in Denton, Texas. He directed comrades to target the woman. A member of the group’s Washington state chapter died carrying out a terror attack in 2019. https://t.co/74ccAkpHSv pic.twitter.com/yJMY8cCNY5
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) August 10, 2022
I asked my Magic 8 Ball whether allowing globalists the power to decide what opinions are “extreme”, and what information is “disinformation” was a good idea for the people of Earth. It said, “Better to not tell you now.” I am afraid my Magic 8 Ball is compromised.
I have an idea. How about we keep the First Amendment? If we are talking about global moves, perhaps other countries like Canada can give their citizens the same freedom. Freedom will be ringing worldwide before you know it. But I doubt that’s what the WEF wants.
The WEF does not have to be concerned with internet bullying. I can block anyone who is harassing me online. Although I confess that I’ve been radicalized online by extremists, I stopped engaging in Facebook fights with libtards and just accepted their apology.
It would be a great idea if the WEF went after international pedophiles in order to stop “the wide reach” of child sexual abuse material. But first, they would have to audition. You could expose Jeffrey Epstein’s list and they would be able to win the gig. I suspect that many global elites are involved in the scheme.