U.N. To Silence Internet Insects (You)

(PatriotHQ) If you use your First Amendment Rights on the internet, then the UN will label you an insect!

Think we’re kidding?

Read this: U.N. Demands Internet Speech “Global Standards” to Silence “Insects Dwelling in the Dark.”

On February 22, 2023, UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay delivers a Paris summit on digital platform governance. UNESCO leads internet safety and digital platform regulatory consultations.

UNESCO, which names the world’s most important cultural monuments, asked for “global norms for the administration of social media” to prevent “disinformation” in a summit on Wednesday.

UNESCO’s “Internet for Trust Conference” called for global regulation of “hate speech, misogyny, restriction of free expression, doxxing and conspiracy theories.” It opposed sovereign governments regulating online speech.

Any country working alone will fail these regulatory attempts. “At least 55 states are engaged on” internet speech limitation, UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay said Wednesday.

UNESCO dubbed online trolls “insects living in the dark”

Azoulay warned Thursday truth is unpopular, hence online regulation is needed.

“The blurring of real and untrue, the highly-organized denial of scientific facts, the amplification of disinformation and conspiracies – these did not begin on social networks,” the UNESCO head said. They do better there than without regulation.

Assessing this technological development is the best way to defend human rights, free expression, and democracy. “We must reflect and act now, jointly,”

On Thursday, UNESCO was told the internet has endangered democracy. Civility-threatening. Dangerous.”

“Disinformation during the [Chinese coronavirus] pandemic killed hundreds. Hate speech victimizes daily. Our weakest sectors suffer the most.

Extremists attacked Brazil’s executive, legislative, and judicial branches on January 8. “Brazilian democracy is stronger,” “The cruel occurrences of Sunday will always anger us.”

Filipino journalist Ressa agreed with Azoulay lies are more popular than truths and condemned “more speech” to confront internet hatred.

“Facts are boring,” Ressa said. “Lies—especially combined with fear, fury, hate, tribalism—us against them. Spread. throwing lit matches into kindling.”

Duterte began Ressa’s UNESCO “fake news” campaign. The previous president advocated a 2020 “false news” law, particularly during the Chinese coronavirus outbreak.

“President Rodrigo Duterte’s unprecedented powers to stem the spread of coronavirus include a last-minute penalties language on illegal activity like spreading ‘false’ or alarming information – which may just be the most hazardous component of the law,” Ressa’s Rappler warned.

In conclusion: The U.N. doesn’t like anything it cannot control, especially U.S. freedom and is at war with open comment and narratives they think is false or misleading. Therefore, they demand to be the ultimate judge deciding what is appropriate, truthful and honest.

We know how this will work out when the UN is put in charge of free internet speech, don’t we! Putting this in a nutshell it boils down to this famous quote:

Lord Acton: Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

What do you think fellow insects?