https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2021/01/11/france-germany-mexico-australia-join-international-outcry-over-censorship-of-donald-trump/An international outcry over tech censorship is underway, as political leaders from Mexico to Europe voice their alarm at the unchecked power of Big Tech, following the purge of President Donald Trump by the Big Tech Masters of the UniverseGerman chancellor Angela Merkel, whose pro-migration, anti-hate speech policies have little in common with President Trump or his movement, has nonetheless expressed concern at Silicon Valley’s unchecked power.“The chancellor sees the complete closing down of the account of an elected president as problematic,” said Steffen Seibert, chief spokesman of the German chancellor, at a recent press conference in Berlin.FranceFrench political leaders also voiced their opposition. The finance minister of France, Bruno Le Maire, condemned what he called a “digital oligarchy,” calling it “one of the threats” to democracy.“There needs to be public regulation of big online platforms,” said Le Maire.And Clement Beaune, the French junior minister for European Affairs, told Bloomberg TV that he was “shocked” to see President Trump banned from Twitter, saying “this should be decided by citizens, not by a CEO.”MexicoThe French and German leaders join president Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico, an avowed socialist, who was the first world leader to condemn Facebook and Twitter for banning president Trump.“I don’t like anybody being censored or taking away from the right to post a message on Twitter or Face(book). I don’t agree with that, I don’t accept that,” said López Obrador.The Mexican president said tech companies were behaving like an “inquisition” to “manage public opinion.”“This is really serious” he added.The United KingdomThe Prime Minister of Britain, Boris Johnson, was reportedly alarmed at Silicon Valley censorship even before Trump was permanently removed from Twitter and other platforms.In November, the Daily Mail quoted a senior government source who said the Prime Minister was considering new laws against tech censorship following Twitter’s censoring of President Trump during the U.S. presidential election.“Boris did not like what he saw in the US election and has asked for more time to consider how to avoid the same thing happening to him in future,” said the government source, discussing a planned internet regulation bill.The European UnionManfred Weber, leader of the largest party group in the European Parliament, said “we cannot leave it to American Big Tech to decide how we can or cannot discuss online,” labeling it a threat to the “consensus building” that is “crucial in free and democratic societies.”PolandPoland, run by a populist-nationalist government, has long taken the issue of tech censorship seriously. The Polish government is in the process of passing a law that would fine tech companies millions of euros for censoring content that is legal in Poland.The law would also create a new Court for the Protection of Freedom of Speech in Poland, where citizens of the country will be able to escalate complaints of tech censorship.HungaryThe government of Hungary, a resolute enemy of the international cultural left, began an investigation into tech censorship in Europe in 2019. A new anti-censorship social network, Hundub, was recently launched in the country. In the same year, Hungary also fined Facebook for claiming its services are “free.”AustraliaIn the Pacific, leaders of the center-right government of Australia including the Deputy Prime Minister, Michael McCormack, and the Treasurer, Josh Fryndenburg, also voiced their opposition to the bans of Trump from social media.“I’m not in favour of censorship – I think if people don’t like what they see on Twitter – well don’t go onto that social media platform,” McCormack told reporters. “Freedom of speech is fundamental to our society … those decisions were taken by commercial companies – but personally I felt uncomfortable with what they did,” said Frydenburg.RussiaIn Russia, opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was the victim of attempted assassination by poisoning last year, said Silicon Valley’s actions bear the hallmarks of authoritarianism.“Of course, Twitter is a private company, but we have seen many examples in Russian and China of such private companies becoming the state’s best friends and the enablers when it comes to censorship,” said Navalny.“If you replace ‘Trump’ with ‘Navalny’ in today’s discussion, you will get an 80% accurate Kremlin’s answer as to why my name can’t be mentioned on Russian TV and I shouldn’t be allowed to participate in any elections.”NorwayJonas Gahr Støre, leader of the left-wing Labour party in Norway and a favorite to become the next Prime Minister of the country, also criticized the censorship.While condemning President Trump for “hate,” the left-wing party leader said that big tech censorship threatened political freedom around the world.“This is a line where freedom of expression is also at stake,” said Støre. “If Twitter starts with this sort of thing, it means that they have to go around the world and look at other people completely astray, and shut them out.”
Hi Murrclor,Their is no real outcry ,these comments may have been said but none of it has been top news on the the likes of the BBC The BBC and other main TV stations are jumping for joy at the censorship,they love it.The BBC is just a bastion of bias now.The EU loves censorship and if anything are only sorry that big tech they are talking about originates in the US.Boris Johnson as he has seen first hand through Brexit what media are willing to do.Their is no point in these people complaining like Merkel now when the horse has bolted ,its crocodile tears now that they think they have Trump out.Most of the comments are just made to make them look reasonable and quell any public outrage,urs staff
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Staff - I don't follow main stream media and don't know what they are saying at the moment; what I know is that people are turning away in the hundred of thousands from the BBC if the take away the fine for not not paying the BBC license fee as they are considering the floods gates will open and that will be the end of the BBC.The fact is that people are waking up regardless of what they do and say, this censorship we are seeing will only increase that awakening.I recently have been looking at a prophecy for the UK, rather that looking at the cropped version you get online I got a transcript of it. (I am trying to get a recorded version as well)Here is a part from a Vision in 1967That represents people who will rise up in the midst of this people movement, this army of witnesses in Britain, whom I will make My communicators.' Now I hadn't used that word very much before in ministry I said, 'Lord, what do you mean by communicators?' And he said, 'They will not only be people endowed with the gifts of the Holy Spirit, with strong faith, but they will also be people talented in the arts. They will be writers, musicians, singers and actors, and also technicians in television, radio and the mass media. I will call and send them and put them in strategic places. I will bless their natural talents with my Spirit, and they will be good: they will excel. They will be leaders in their fields. I will send them into Europe, where they will meet other people in the media, and through them I will release the word of God very fast in Europe.A people will rise in the UK, an army of witnesses, an army of communicators. Now when Jean saw the vision in 1967 how would she understand what it will be like in the decade of 2020's, but God did and I believe he is going to take control of the media to release the word of God very fast in Europe.