U.N. Conference Slyly Introduces Resolution to Gain Control of Internet—in Middle of Night

This will of course, be the means by which Muslim countries will gain control of internet content to avoid exposing Islam for what it is. Once the UN can vote on it, then the OIC, a 53+ member body can sway the vote its way fairly easily.

Both the UN, and Islam has to go for basic human liberty to continue.

From The Weekly Standard:

10:48 PM, Dec 12, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER

The World Conference of International Telecommunication (Dubai, 2012), recognizing

a) the WSIS Outcome Documents including Geneva (2003) and Tunis Phases (2005);

b) that the Internet is a central element of the infrastructure of the Information Society, has evolved from a research and academic facility into a global facility available to the public.;

c) the importance of Broadband capacity to facilitate the delivery of a broader range of services and applications, promote investment and provide Internet access at affordable to both existing and new users.;

d) the valuable contribution of all stakeholder groups in their respective roles as recognized in paragraph 35 of the Tunis Agenda to the evolution, functioning and development of the Internet.;

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic
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3 Responses to U.N. Conference Slyly Introduces Resolution to Gain Control of Internet—in Middle of Night

  1. oogenhand says:

    We have to look out for alternatives to the internet.

  2. Richard says:

    In a different conversation Don laird said that we need a flash point to inflame and unite the people, this may be that flash point.

  3. harold says:

    Control the MEDIA and you control the people

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