Thought Crimes USA By Charles Taylor
Aussies, the future can be seen in the US of A, once the home of liberty, I think. Witness thought crime data bases for anything the Dark Lords of Mordor do not like:
“Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel … has decided to launch a full-scale crusade against the First Amendment. According to reports, Nessel is planning to create a “hate crime unit” as part of Michigan’s government, the purpose of which won’t necessarily be to prosecute “hate crimes” – which aren’t a real thing anyway, by the way – but to actually police the speech and thoughts of Michigan residents to make sure they align with official government ideology. By creating a database of people who think for themselves, Nessel is on record as stating that she plans to keep an all-seeing-eye on people who commit “thought violations” – which aren’t real crimes, according to the United States Constitution. “It is important to understand that these are not convicted criminals or people who[m] the state has reason to believe have committed or are planning to commit a crime,” writes Jay Lorenz for FashTheNation.com about the people Nessel is planning to target with her unconstitutional “hate crime unit.” “The new database is specifically designed to target law-abiding Americans,” he adds.”
That last sentence is the real kicker; targeting people who have not even committed a crime. That is the real essence of anarcho-tyranny, and it is here, and allowed to flourish.
As another example, Zuckerberg now wants to regulate all debate about immigration:
“Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg proposed in an interview this week that political discussion on social media, including the immigration debate, should be regulated in an effort to crack down on foreign influence. In a Good Morning America interview with George Stephanopoulos, Thursday, Zuckerberg declared, “All of the laws around political advertising today primarily focus on a candidate and an election, right, so, ‘Vote for this candidate in this election.’ But that’s not, primarily, what we saw Russia trying to do and other folks who were trying to interfere in elections. And what we saw them doing was talking about divisive political issues.” “They’d run, simultaneously, different campaigns on social media trying to argue for immigration or against immigration. And the goal wasn’t, actually, to advance the issue forward. It was just to rile people up and be divisive. But the current laws around what is political advertising don’t consider discussion issues to be political,” he continued. “So that’s just one of the examples of where you know, it’s not clear to me, after working on this for a few years now, that we want a private company to be making that kind of a fundamental decision about, you know, what is political speech? And how should that be regulated?”
No, the real threat to freedom comes from the likes of him. Consider in evidence this little bit of naughty that Facebook, which I prefer to call “Assbook” has got up to:
“Remember those fake emails we all used to get from “Nigerian princes” offering us free money, if only we shared with them our private banking information? Well, Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook has now become one of these scammers, as the social media platform was recently outed for harvesting users’ email contacts and passwords without permission, and uploading the data to its servers. Adding to the litany of data breaches and privacy violations already uncovered, Facebook has reportedly been asking some of its users to “confirm” their private email account passwords in order to “verify” their accounts – only to secretly use these passwords to steal users’ contact lists. Facebook users with overseas or non-mainstream email domains, such as GMX and Yandex, have apparently been the primary targets of this illicit phishing scheme, while users with email accounts at more well-known servers like Gmail have been having their accounts “verified” in secret, without a visible prompt asking them for their passwords. “When users try to register with certain email providers, including Yandex and GMX, it asks to ‘confirm your email address’ by entering their password directly into Facebook,” a report containing the detailed findings of a lengthy investigation by Business Insiderreveals. “Users of other email providers like Google’s Gmail don’t see the option, as it makes use of authorization tool OAuth – a common tool for securely verifying your identity without requiring you to input your password as Facebook is doing here,” it adds further.”
If President Crumper had even a drop of testosterone left, he would do something abut this. But, of course, he is just one of the globalist boys, and a fall guy at that, who will be destroyed no doubt before imminent doom in 2020. It is all written in the grand script.