Don’t Be a Traitor to the Internet

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reads:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

There is so much wrapped up in this Amendment, but really it can all be boiled down to the simple idea that government is prohibited from trying to own the contents of the minds of citizens, to impose worldviews upon them, to interfere with the development of the thoughts of the very People that it is supposed to serve.

In it, is implied a certain feedback loop, whereby the ability of people to think, worship, read, write, and share ideas will generate a citizenry that is educated, vigilant, and will be able to appropriately respond to the inevitable corruption of government, which no doubt always degenerates to the point where those who have acquired power seek to abuse that power to grant themselves that which goes beyond what is contained in the documents that limit their power.

Thus, the First Amendment was designed to act as a sort of perpetual self-destruct mechanism by which the People’s responses and reactions to the natural leanings of tyrants, who seek positions of power in government, will make it more likely that such evil men will fail.

What we see today, on the internet, is a reflection of the health of the republic and the design of the First Amendment operating as intended.  This happens to have the very unfortunate side effect (from the perspective of type of people who have managed to acquire power today) of eliminating people’s respect and willingness to go along with those who would bend the language and pervert such a grand design in order to prevent the natural purge that the exercise of this very valuable right will have upon them, because of their willingness to betray the public’s trust.

In the real world, The Free Exercise Clause has been used to install clergy response units into the churches to make sure that religious people are more likely to go along with the unconstitutional dictates of an illegitimate government, perverting religions to the benefit of government.  In the virtual world, we see a desire to shut down the unapproved religious teachings of those whom are not manipulated by these clergy response teams.

Much of the desire to regulate the internet probably comes from the fact that these unapproved teachings have a way of inspiring and directly challenging the effect that years of indoctrination and billions of dollars of funding of secularized institutions and the establishment has had on the majority of people. It impedes the agenda of those who have been working to eliminate God from the public square despite the promise of free worship that the First Amendment offers.

The Anti-establishment Clause is being used to ram a Luciferian worldview down the throats of the people, in direct violation of the letter of the law. This is done by pretending that government is merely the protector of what they say is other people’s right to exist without being offended by the worldviews and religious teachings of others, which is found nowhere in the Constitution. They are in the process of establishing a religion by where there is no religion and the state dictates all, and if they do allow churches to co-exist with government, then religious groups will be heavily infiltrated and sure to be speaking only those views that are acceptable to the orthodox state religion (so long as it doesn’t threaten the party or its leadership).

We see similar activities online, as some people feign offense any time there is merely a mention of the world God, or some other unapproved type of thinking, while they quickly flag the content of someone who expresses views which have not been approved for public consumption by the standard state orthodoxy.  The state would be quite content will a complete absence of anything spiritual, as spirituality directly threatens the terror of the material, which is so often used to coerce and manipulate the subjects of the government’s rule.

The funding and activation of so many hardline government perps, trolls, and shills, as well as their cooperation with the site ownership, under some sort of material threat, is an abridgment of free speech and a direct interference with the right of the People to enjoy this most basic of rights. The existence of such people and systems are a precursor to the all out censorship that is being developed, as these people are already the eyes and ears of the state, making sure that state orthodoxy is not challenged by basically sanitizing some people from view and neutering a person mentally for daring to question any degree of government fraudulence.

Nearly all of the government’s activities online are an abridgment of the press, the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and has stark implications on the ability of citizens to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

Any internet user who advocates for government control over the internet, the disappearance of online anonymity, behavior health units knocking on internet users doors, or any other rubbish that some people within government have deliberately caused people to commit violent acts in order to shamelessly promote in order to crack down on this fundamental right, which happens to be getting in the way of their power grab as it is intended, is nothing more than a traitor to the internet, the rights of human beings, and if they happen to be an American, the nation that defined free speech.

Copyright 2014 by Baby Victor Productions.


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