Tuesday, November 11, 2014

For Real "Freedom" Let Government Regulate the Internet

by Al Benson Jr.

Now that the Republicans have taken the Senate it almost seems as if Comrade Obama is in overdrive, trying to accomplish as much of his socialist agenda as possible before the end of the year. And even though many in the Republican-controlled Congress will always be soft of socialism and collectivism he can't be sure enough will be so that his socialist schemes, which he characterizes as "legislation" will always be veto-proof.

That's why he is in such a huff to issue executive orders making millions of illegal immigrants legal before Comrade Reid vacates the senate. As leftist as some of the Republicans are, there are some things they are just not going to do for him so he's got to get them done before the Republicans take over.

There was an article on www.foxnews.com  on November 10th which stated: "We are stunned the president would abandon the longstanding, bi-partisan  policy of lightly regulating the Internet and calling for extreme" regulation, said Michael Powell, president and CEO of the National Cable and  Telecommunications Association, the primary lobbying arm of the cable industry." The head Commissar, I mean the President, wanted federal regulators to have the Internet reclassified as a public utility under Title II of the 1934 Communications Act.

Supposedly this is all about cable companies and all the rest, but let's don't kid ourselves. This is really all about federal censorship of Internet content. Although they will never admit it, that's the real name of the game. People can go to the Internet and access far more information than the government fells they should have, information that often aids them in deciding what's really going on in Washington--and the feds would rather they not have that information. Intelligent decisions are not something the feds are in favor of when it comes to us "stupid voters." They want us to be dumb and easily led sheeple so they can tell us what we should be doing and we are too dumb to question any of it.  Real "freedom" isn't the name of the game, censorship is.

Voters should have learned by now that when this administration tells you anything then you had better start considering that the exact opposite of what they told you comes pretty close to the truth. Remember all those Obamaesque fables about how "transparent" his administration would be? There wasn't much transparency in the "Fast and Furious" gunrunning situation or in the situation with the IRS "lost" emails was there? This administration has told us so little truth you could almost post it on the head of a pin, a very small pin.

And we haven't been told much of anything about Holder's "replacement" at Attorney General--something else Obama wants to get taken care of before the first of the year. Just more "transparency" folks, don't even think about it. However, there was an interesting little article on www.stage2omega.com  written by Dr. Orly Taitz on November 9th. Dr. Taitz stated: "...so I am rather certain that Loretta Lynch is an old college friend of Sharon Malone, the wife of the current AG Eric Holder. Why is this connection important? Holder will be investigated by Congress for totally lawless gun trafficking to Mexican drug cartels in Fast and Furious, IRS scandal, VA scandal, DOJ, NSA, EPA, FEC and other scandals. Most importantly, Holder covered up Obama's use of a stolen CT Social Security number of Harrison J. Bounel 042-68-4425 and Obama's use of bogus IDs. It seems that a long time friend of Holder's wife was picked up as a gate keeper to continue all the cover up by Holder and shield Holder and Obama from criminal prosecution."

If Dr. Taitz has all this down pat, then we have to ask "How's all the "transparency" working out for you?

We also have to ask that if Obama claims he needs more government regulation so the Internet can be more "free" then what's the real name of the game? You can bet the farm it ain't "freedom." You can also bet the farm that whatever justification he claims, it won't be long before the Internet is much less free and our access to information that will help us know what really goes on will be as severely restricted as this regime can make it. Real truth is the absolute last thing this regime wants the public to have access to.