Canada’s elitist Liberal government feel that they should have the power to decide what is and isn’t ‘real’ or ‘fake’ news, and are even threatening to shut down social media networks in advance of the election if the networks don’t do the partisan bidding of the government.
“What you wouldn’t allow in a personal space — in a real space — shouldn’t be happening where people spend so much more time — in a virtual space.” — Justin Trudeau
CBC and National Post columnist Andrew Coyne stated Justin Trudeau’s $600 million media bail-out will “irrevocably politicize the press” and urged journalists to boycott the panel. Surprising that Mr. Coyne, one of Canada’s pre-eminent journalists, would bite the hand that feeds him.
Now, the Trudeau government will control content of facebook, twitter and other social media giants. It’s all part of the globalist game. Erode freedom and democracy within our nation for the purpose of trans-forming Canada into a pseudo-socialist society.
Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould told the Star and BuzzFeed News that “all options are on the table” when it comes to applying domestic rules to international social media and tech giants like Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Twitter.
The page was run by Pamela Geller, the well-known Islam critic who led efforts to stop construction of the Ground Zero Mosque. Geller reported the removal of her Facebook group on Twitter, and called on supporters to politely request its reinstatement.
The latest issue, for example, accuses Prime Minster Justin Trudeau of receiving his “marching orders from a ‘Shadow Government’ made up of Fascist Globalists hell-bent on erasing our culture and decimating our economy.”
The Paris-based Reporters Without Borders said in an annual report that many of the world’s leaders have developed “a paranoia” about journalism and are clamping down on the media, while coverage in privately owned outlets is increasingly shaped by corporate interests.
He was detained after failing to comply with a request by police to move on under the powers of a dispersal order.
He was further arrested on suspicion of religious or racial harassment.
German authorities, meanwhile, have reached a deal with Facebook, Google and Twitter to get tougher on offensive content, with the outlets agreeing to apply domestic laws, rather than their own corporate policies, to reviews of posts.