Terrorism Now Being Used as Excuse to Regulate the Internet


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Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May is publicly calling for social media giants like Facebook and Twitter to become hostile places for terrorists looking to communicate or recruit. Now, we all can probably agree that this is a good idea, and we certainly hope that none of our readers would feel otherwise. However, it is our duty at Common Sense Conspiracy to point out where this could lead in the future.
Grabbing control over the Internet has been a problem for world governments for now decades. While we may never know exactly what happened behind the scenes, somehow the Internet took off and became what it is today without governments all over the world realizing it in time to put the clamps down on it. This kind of unchecked freedom keeps them up at night, and there have been many legislative attempts over the years to find a way to exert more control over it. Social media blowing up like it has only upped the ante.
So, while we are not necessarily implying that May and others are using terrorist acts as a means for pushing for more Internet control, we are saying that the possibility for that exists. Whether that is the goal behind the scenes right now, you can rest assured they wouldn’t mind if gaining more control of the Internet and social media was some sort of collateral damage in fighting the spread of extremism. This is another example of what is often referred to by conspiracy theorists as the “slippery slope.” What starts out as one thing, and even a good thing at that, turns into something else entirely with time. Stay tuned as we continue to analyze this and future situations.

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Sorry to say...social structure has been completely messed up...we know why, but some of us can not change it...as there are too many imbeciles everywhere...
 

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Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May is publicly calling for social media giants like Facebook and Twitter to become hostile places for terrorists looking to communicate or recruit. Now, we all can probably agree that this is a good idea, and we certainly hope that none of our readers would feel otherwise. However, it is our duty at Common Sense Conspiracy to point out where this could lead in the future.
Grabbing control over the Internet has been a problem for world governments for now decades. While we may never know exactly what happened behind the scenes, somehow the Internet took off and became what it is today without governments all over the world realizing it in time to put the clamps down on it. This kind of unchecked freedom keeps them up at night, and there have been many legislative attempts over the years to find a way to exert more control over it. Social media blowing up like it has only upped the ante.
So, while we are not necessarily implying that May and others are using terrorist acts as a means for pushing for more Internet control, we are saying that the possibility for that exists. Whether that is the goal behind the scenes right now, you can rest assured they wouldn’t mind if gaining more control of the Internet and social media was some sort of collateral damage in fighting the spread of extremism. This is another example of what is often referred to by conspiracy theorists as the “slippery slope.” What starts out as one thing, and even a good thing at that, turns into something else entirely with time. Stay tuned as we continue to analyze this and future situations.

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The internet is already being regulated. They censor the conservatives.
 

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Why is the internet coming under attack? Why are people starving? Why does research lack funding? Why are humans still stuck on this little ball of mud instead of settling the universe? For the answer to these and similar questions, just ask an ancient Roman:

"The desire for safety stands against every great and noble enterprise."
- Tacitus
 

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The internet is under attack because it can bypass the deep state controlled media.
 

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The internet is under attack because it can bypass the deep state controlled media.
And we can use IP address and related VPN (Tor, Freenet, Zeronet, Bitstream etc) etc... to publicize items now...then it will be harder to filter www out...like dark net...
 
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Theresa May is passing the blame. She's not doing a whole lot to end terrorism in England and it's getting worse. According to Wikileaks, as seen a few months ago, the U.S. is already monitoring our portion of the internet as well as our homes, phone calls, etc.
 

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Teresa may needs lots of luck to survive this loss yesterday..
and you could never be more safe than in President Donald Trump.

IT WAS THAT SCUMBAG PIECE OF TRASH BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA WHO LEAD A POLICE STATE IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ABUSING AMERICANS AND DESTROYING THE COUNTRY.

You cant be safer on the internet than you are now.
 

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Previously the Common Sense Conspiracy bunch predicated that the bombings and stabbings in the UK were faked and all the people concerned were "crisis actors"!!..I have never come across such moronic statements!!

We have seen some of their stories regarding Big Foot and other stuff presented on Paranormalis without a single shred of any evidence except for a "footprint" or some person trying hard to sound like what a big foot could sound like...Who the hell are they trying to fool?!?
That type of information has been scoffed at on here, and rightly so...

The people at the common sense conspiracy club have the arrogance to believe that "they have the duty" to inform us of such crap as i have mentioned, and now they are moaning about terrorists having the right in trying to inspire people into committing atrocities via the internet without any attempt at trying to stop them....

Personally, i believe that conspiracy club simply likes to come up with anything that will give them the attention they crave, wrapped up in some pseudo moralistic manner (sic)..