Obama May Censor ’Net In Effort to Shut Down ‘Conspiracy Theorists’
By Victor Thorn
Big Brother is running scared, and it’s the double-edged sword of technology that pursues him. Most certainly science can be used to control, but just as powerfully it can be utilized to expose. That’s why the moneyed elite have historically been so horrified of allowing information to be freely released to the masses, and why they so desperately try to conceal it.
The great science fiction writer Robert Heinlein once propounded, “Secrecy is the keystone of all tyranny. Not force, but secrecy—censorship. When any government or any church, for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, ‘This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know,’ the end result is tyranny and oppression.”
In January 2008 Barack Obama’s information and technology czar, Harvard professor Cass Sunstein, wrote that the following may result under “imaginable conditions”: (a) government might ban conspiracy theorizing, and (b) government might impose some kind of tax, financial or otherwise, on those who disseminate such theories.
Potentially, Obama’s Big Brother representative fully believes that ideas that run contrary to the government’s official “holy dogma” may be eliminated or levied with financial penalties. Considering that government is, in reality, our employee, the absurdity of this situation is obvious. Imagine a housekeeper demanding that her employer be only permitted to think certain thoughts. She would immediately be fired. Yet a crypto-Orwellian Zionist such as Sunstein seeks to impose such conditions on potentially everyone who uses the Internet.
Government isn’t the only culprit. Earlier this month, Google threatened to shut down operations in China due to China’s censorship policies. Yet, in a Jan. 13 letter to Chinese Ambassador Zhou Wenzhong, author Michael Hoffman related how Google has engaged in the overt censorship of material related to Holocaust revisionism. Hoffman wrote that these data have been “censored by Google strictly on the basis that they contradicted the official American version of what transpired during World War II.”
In a Jan. 16 interview, Hoffman told this writer: “How ironic that Google, with its self-righteous motto of ‘Do no evil,’ poses as a champion against Chinese censorship. But at the same time it acts as a censor to protect the American and Israeli version of history.” Hoffman also pointed out how Deborah Lipstadt, who coincidentally coined the term “holocaust denier,” has had a great deal of influence on Google’s top brass.
Similarly, YouTube—which is owned by Google— announced on Dec. 11, 2008, that they had entered into an ominous partnership.
“YouTube has reached out to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for its expertise in dealing with hate on the Internet. The league is now a contributor to YouTube’s newly launched Abuse & Safety Center.”
What makes this situation so heavy-handed is that two-thirds of all online videos are streamed via YouTube, while Google is undoubtedly the world’s largest search engine. In this capacity, Google holds a stranglehold on what computer users see and don’t see. Plus, more often than not, the suppressed data relate to such topics as Israel’s role in 9-11, the facts and myths of the Holocaust, Israeli war crimes and other “taboo” subjects.
Equally complicit in this arrangement are Jewish-controlled media sources that paint Google as a righteous proponent of free speech. A fitting illustration can be found in a Jan. 14 article for New-York-based Bloomberg, wherein Edwin Chen and Indira Lakshmanan quote House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “Google’s decision to no longer tolerate censorship of its search engine should serve as an example to businesses and governments,” Mrs. Pelosi reportedly said.
These reporters also added, “Google briefed the Obama administration before it took action [against Chinese leaders].”
With Sunstein, the ADL and the Google triad of Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Jonathan Rosenberg at the helm, Big Brother assuredly frowns with disapproval at what’s considered “hate speech,” and cooperates in flushing it down the Memory Hole.