The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been meeting in secret since the year 2012 to 2015. The topic of these secret meetings are about Internet Censorship (Internet Tyranny). By blocking the freedom of speech and First Amendment of our United States Constitution. The TPP will block and attack by taking Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report and Alex Jones of Infowars.com down off the internet for GOOD. If this happens, National Liberty Alliance Will be Next! This is not fear mongering, this is just the straight up TRUTH.
We all have to Stand up Together for Freedom, Liberty, and to protect our Rights. If not we will all hang Separately.
Age Of Internet Tyranny Is Coming: http://www.infowars.com/age-of-internet-tyranny-is-coming/
What is the TPP? Biggest Threat To The Internet: https://patriotoftherepublic.wordpress.com/2015/06/09/what-is-the-tpp-biggest-threat-to-the-internet/
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) is being negotiated in secret between more than 12 countries around the Pacific region. Find out why it poses a huge threat to your digital freedoms.
Congressman Marsha Blackburn speaks on the House floor about her concerns with FCC Net Neutrality and fight to stop government takeover of the Internet. (February 25, 2015)
Blackburn Reintroduces Legislation to Block FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules: http://blackburn.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=397695
Congress Stands Up to FCC Power Grab With Bill
Bill important because it reasserts power of Congress over unelected bureaucracy
House Representative Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) has introduced a bill to block the FCC from imposing its 332-page “Net Neutrality” Internet takeover plan, which has still not been released to the public over a week after its adoption.
The bill, entitled the Internet Freedom Act (H.R.1212), would not only stop the FCC from “reclassifying broadband Internet access service as a telecommunications service and from imposing certain regulations on providers of such service,” but would also prevent the agency from imposing similar rules unless authorized by Congress.
“Last week’s vote by the FCC to regulate the Internet like a 1930s era public utility is further proof that the Obama administration will stop at nothing in their efforts to control the Internet,” Blackburn said in a press release. “There is nothing ‘free and open’ about this heavy-handed approach.”
“These overreaching rules will stifle innovation, restrict freedoms, and lead to billions of dollars in new fees and taxes for American consumers.”
“Once the federal government establishes a foothold into managing how Internet service providers run their networks they will essentially be deciding which content goes first, second, third, or not at all,” she added. “My legislation will put the brakes on this FCC overreach and protect our innovators from these job-killing regulations.”
The bill’s opponents are complaining it would “strip away the FCC’s statutory authority,” but that’s a good thing: Congress needs to reassert its power over unelected, out-of-control bureaucracies.
The United States was founded as a constitutional republic of limited powers, not as a bureaucratic oligarchy of unlimited powers vested to over 250 unelected heads of various federal agencies, which we have today.
Simply put, Congress should be enacting laws, not bureaucracies.
The Consumerist, a blog owned by Consumer Reports, suggested that Blackburn introduced the bill because she’s backed by AT&T and Comcast, but the blog neglected to point out that billionaire activist George Soros and the Ford Foundation spent nearly $200 million to support the FCC’s Internet takeover.
“The Ford Foundation, which claims to be the second-largest private foundation in the U.S., and Open Society Foundations, founded by far-left billionaire George Soros, have given more than $196 million to pro-Net Neutrality groups between 2000 and 2013,” MRC Business reported.
But why would they do that? Because the FCC’s “Net Neutrality” regulations empower the federal government and the establishment to restrict political speech on-line.
“We need to do whatever we can to limit capitalist propaganda, regulate it, minimize it, and perhaps even eliminate it,” wrote Dr. Robert McChesney of the University of Illinois, a socialist activist who not only received funding from Soros but whose work also influenced the FCC. “The fight against hyper-commercialism becomes especially pronounced in the era of digital communications.”