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Theresa May to crackdown on Islamophobia on internet
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RE: Theresa May to crackdown on Islamophobia on internet
O.G. (Original Ghost)  Wrote: (06-20-2017 12:21 AM)
Munet  Wrote: (06-20-2017 12:20 AM)
I have come to think of these things as experiments

they can succeed or fail depending on your expectations but they are experiments none the less


It's worked so well for the People's Republic of China.

Why wouldn't it work for the People's Republic of Britainistan?

well yes I do see where you are coming from

But much like a child, an adult, especially an adult in authority where he or she had non growing up , will and does experiment, test boundaries and see how far certain behavior can further their own fulfillment of their own expectations

that's actually normal behavior we encourage in children, or ought to encourage if we want them to grow up like adults that are not only able but willing to take care of themselves and their family


Britain and China however have different histories and we may teach those histories next to one and other to make a comparison but it's never a comparison in values, when we compare them, we only compare them from where they came from to where they are now. That's called progress. A curve of change for the better.

The west has made itself the perfect testing ground in face of cultures and countries that were less willing to subject themselves to same social experiments. And if we want to change that, perhaps we should protest louder, and at the right times.
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₵racкer ȷacк  Wrote: (06-19-2017 09:12 PM)
If this gets past this means the British Government will be able to control what The British public can see online. Just like the Chinese government does with their own people.

If this passes sites like LOP might not be accessible to the the British public. You might not be able to sign in or even view pages any longer online.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/818747/...ing-Street

Notice how they cut off the comment section in the article. Just more censorship to silence the will of the people and push there agenda for total totalitarianism.

Of course Theresa May is a puppet for the Globalist and has been pushing this garbage internet censorship within Britain for a long time, even before the 9/11 attacks.

Theresa May’s Globalist Internet Regulation Agenda Suffers Setback in Britain.

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They're trying to stop freedom of speech and what people are saying about their governments on-line because it is impacting on the voters.
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Damrod  Wrote: (06-19-2017 09:45 PM)
This is why they want global control of the internet....

They want to regulate everyone's speech.

Well...they don't have it yet.

Islam is incompatible with western civilization. It always has been, it always will be and they refuse to assimilate to western society.

Bringing the refugees and immigrants to the west was a huge mistake that will end terribly. All because western countries were afraid their declining birthrates meant they would have fewer slaves to milk taxes off....

no seriously...that was their push for the refugees and immigrants...rather than providing incentive to native populations to have more kids, they bring in outsiders from a bronze age ideology and act like it will all just work out.

Yuuuge mistake...

Of course...the above stated "reason" is not really the truth....they COULD have offered incentives to native populations to have more kids and it would have been cheaper than bringing in the outsiders. But they didn't want to do that.

Which means there is an alternative reason for what they are doing.

That is to dilute the populations with outsiders and weaken nationalism....

This is part of globalism's grand plan....

Naa, that is the modern lie. The truth is, they began this process in the 60's and 70's, bringing blacks and muslims in while telling whites to have fewer children.
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I'm not kean on Islam, but I don't mind the people despite their horrid Book.

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Negative (-1): R Eldritch is a total douche bag. I tried to help him come out of his negative hating downward spiral, but he's incorrigible. Sorry I even wasted my valuable time.

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