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Online surveillance critics siding with child porn: Toews

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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 10:21 PM
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I'll invite a child molester into my home for family movie night long before I'd ever have a politician over.

talk about scum of the earth.
Which one is going to do the most damage to our kids future anyway?




posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 04:29 AM
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Originally posted by Arbitrageur
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You all might be surprised who loves child porn (or then again, maybe not):

torrentfreak.com...

“Child pornography is great,” the man said enthusiastically. “Politicians do not understand file sharing, but they understand child pornography, and they want to filter that to score points with the public. Once we get them to filter child pornography, we can get them to extend the block to file sharing.”

The date was May 27, 2007, and the man was Johan Schlüter, head of the Danish Anti-Piracy Group (Antipiratgruppen). He was speaking in front of an audience from which the press had been banned; it was assumed to be copyright industry insiders only. It wasn’t. Christian Engström, who’s now a Member of the European Parliament, Oscar Swartz, and I were also there.

“My friends,” Schlüter said. “We must filter the Internet to win over online file sharing. But politicians don’t understand that file sharing is bad, and this is a problem for us. Therefore, we must associate file sharing with child pornography. Because that’s something the politicians understand, and something they want to filter off the Internet.”

“We are developing a child pornography filter in cooperation with the IFPI and the MPA so we can show politicians that filtering works,” he said. “Child pornography is an issue they understand.” Schlüter grinned broadly.

I couldn’t believe my ears as I heard this the first time. But the strategy has been set into motion worldwide.
According to that article, at least SOME claims about stopping child pornography are a ruse to implement legislation that TPTB want to implement for reasons that have nothing to do with child pornography.

They apparently just don't want you to share any files, regardless of the content, but in this case specifically content like music:


Schlüter’s plan worked like clockwork. Denmark was the first country to censor AllOfMP3.com, the (fully legal) Russian music store, and is now censoring The Pirate Bay off the internet. The copyright industry is succeeding in creating a fragmented Internet.

This is why you see the copyright lobby bring up child pornography again and again and again. They are using it as a battering ram for censoring any culture outside of their own distribution channels. You can Google the term together with any copyright lobby organization and see them continuously coming back to it. In Sweden, the copyright industry lobbyist Per Strömbäck has publicly admitted it being one of his best arguments.
So when these folks say "stop child porn", what they really mean is "stop people from cutting into our music profits...we're just saying child porn because it gets people's attention".


Wow just wow.

It shows that they themselves support child pornography because without it they have no argument,ironic.

I would not even put it past them to see them spread such material in order to fuel their fire.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 06:48 AM
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Looks like despite protest from their own supporters, they're going to ram it through anyway. And they're not in the least bit concerned for some reason.

Web page: Conservative Party of Canada Press Release


edit on 15-2-2012 by L00kingGlass because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 09:17 AM
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Yea why not prosecute? Oh I guess it would be admitting that there's a serious deep problem infecting the foundations of so called civilizations of greatness..

Bizzarroland...



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 09:21 AM
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Lol thats an awesome thing to say. talk about starting polarized conversation and some look-giving. more people are feeling this way and politicians need to up their Eddi Bernays PR account fund .



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 11:33 PM
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1984 here we come.......

So if they get access to your ISP/Email/Cell phone without a warrant, what's stopping them from planting something just because they want to boot down your door ?

No warrant, no paper trail, no problem, and you are busted, now try to prove you're innocent. After all, those that think they have power over the little people are just TOTALY honest.........



posted on Feb, 16 2012 @ 12:00 AM
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I remember a thread a couple weeks ago talking about the DEEP Web that contains the actual child porn. Not the standard Web we all know. So, I would say wouldnt it make more sense for them to go after that section of the Internet undercover or something?? Either way, the Drones are coming to roost anyway so.....give it up to the FAA.



posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 10:29 AM
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Online surveillance bill opens door for Big Brother

This bill is absolutely disgusting. It appeals only to conservative-minded people who think that they have nothing to worry about if they side with their precious government against anybody who is critical.

Obviously this bill has little to do with "child pornographers" and more to do with identifying Canadians who identify themselves anonymously on the internet (like me). The Harper government doesn't want effective dissidence, such as anonymous discussion; they want to identify who is capable of critical thinking so these individuals can be isolated from society and publically humiliated for not consenting to the status quo.

And I end this post with this:




posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 02:39 PM
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Lets not forget that it seems Vic Toews had an ongoing affair with his babysitter.

Age of the girl during the time it happened: unknown.




posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 06:48 PM
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Originally posted by boncho
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Lets not forget that it seems Vic Toews had an ongoing affair with his babysitter.

Age of the girl during the time it happened: unknown.



How ironic. Isn't adultry a crime?

Vic Toews is also the guy who brought up the need for new, expansive prisons for "crimes not yet committed" at undisclosed costs.



posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 07:10 PM
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Vic Toews already has a conviction on his record:


In 2005, Toews was charged with violating Manitoba's Election Finances Act in the 1999 provincial election. During the election cycle, it was discovered that his election campaign had spent $7,500 more than the allowed limit. Toews pleaded guilty, and was later convicted and fined $500.[11][12]


Wiki

He wants to be tough on crime, just not on his own crimes. I like how he tried to keep from paying child support too, stand up guy really.



posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 07:47 PM
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Wow, these are the people that make up our democratic government.



posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 08:04 PM
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Seems to me Mr. Toews just wants to implement a monopoly on child pornography. Cut out the competition, yea?

Slimy bugger.



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