Net neutrality should be recognised as a key issue for the Men's Rights Movement - without the total and anonymous freedom of speech that the internet provides, men would never have come together to air their grievances, being so stifled in real life by the pervasive and perverse influences of political correctness and woman-worship.
Any attack on net neutrality is an attack on men's ability to speak their minds about the injustices done to them safely - that is, without losing their jobs or being thrown in prison.
Feminists talk a load of nonsense about safe spaces; the truth is that the internet is men's safe space, and it is the only safe space we have.
08/04/10 Illegal Downloaders Face Life Internet Ban
The Digital Economy Bill is aimed at stopping people illegally downloading copyrighted material from the internet. However, critics of the Bill argue that it could have far greater powers and be used to censor and block free speech by whichever political party is in power.
19/12/10 Internet pornography curb by the Government
Instead of using parents having to choose to stop access to explicit websites, through parental controls, a block will be placed at source, meaning adults will have to specifically opt-in to receive the images.
20/12/10 Internet porn block 'not possible' say ISPs
"If we take this step it will not take very long to end up with an internet that's a walled garden of sites the governments is happy for you to see."
21/12/10 Net neutrality: internet 'rules' get go ahead in the US for first time
Democrat senator Al Franken said last week that the vote would decide "the most important free speech issue of our time".
08/01/11 Obama Administration Reportedly Plans to Create Internet ID for All Americans
White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Howard Schmidt told the website it is "the absolute perfect spot in the U.S. government" to centralize efforts toward creating an "identity ecosystem" for the Internet.
09/02/11 Anti-pornography campaigners claim 'favourable consensus' on internet filters
"During the meeting Claire Perry (MP for Devizes) repeated her call for ISPs to filter pornography at the network level, which users would then have to opt out of.
10/02/11 Internet porn: regulation could be the only answer
"Last month Talk-Talk (the only British telecoms company run by a woman) announced that it was close to introducing a home network level filter that overcomes many technical objections. The issue of censorship is not relevant with an opt-in filter."
Note how sexual trade unionist Claire Perry makes a point that Talk-Talk's CEO (the only one to agree with her desire to curb male access to pornography) is a woman. As if, by virtue of their belonging to the fair sex, puritannical repressiveness can be portrayed as enlightened progressivism.
Sunday, January 2, 2011
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