Friday, March 18, 2011

Australia's Internet Policy - World's Worst


  • Internet Enemies Internet Enemies
  • Countries under surveillance Countries under surveillance

This illustration above shows the areas where governments are oppressive towards the masses with regards to internet usage.

In from the list above :

The enemies are:

Burma, China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkmenistan and Vietnam.

and the Countries under surveillance are:

Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Egypt, Eritrea, France, Libia, Malaysia, Russia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela.

Australia's rank is held in amongst other third world countries, which is disturbing to say the least.

It is irrespective, which government, whether Liberal or Labour is officially pedaling "Internet Censorship", as there is always that "Good Cop" / "Bad Cop" play for the masses, one fact is for sure that Australia's policy on the censorship is amongst the world's most oppressive.

This has nothing to do with so called crime or internet pedophilia, but rather about "FREE SPEECH".

In an era long gone, information to the masses was controlled by only a selected few.

Even though today's mass media in Australia, 70% of it is controlled by the Rupert Murdoch empire, information can be put out there in raw format without censorship or political agenda.

Governments provide false information to the masses, falsifying reports, manipulating statistics, depending on political agenda's with the help of the mass media moguls who form the social circles of the 'untouchables'.

In recent events with the civil unrest in Egypt, the government has 'shout down the internet', i.e. communications. The same can and may happen in Australia given certain circumstances.

Certain events will happen that will push through heavy internet censorship within Australia.

Just what those events will be remains to be seen. The strong focus currently seems to be pedophilia.


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