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TOPIC: Cameron Looks to China to Supply Europe’s First Internet Censorship Wall in Britain

Cameron Looks to China to Supply Europe’s First Internet Censorship Wall in Britain 01 Aug 2013 19:50 #1

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Following on from Cameron's recent moves to censor pornography on the internet, using the emotive issue of children possibly being able to access it as an 'excuse'....well now the real truth of what is going on is becoming clear.

They are afraid of the internet, and because they cannot un-invent it, they are aiming to control it instead.

So David Cameron’s government has finally laid his cards on the table.

Getting the press and the public to comply with the draconian Leveson Star Chamber’s clampdown on freedom of expression and information was a hard sell, to say the least.

Leveson’s secret closed door agreement to require UK bloggers to sign up to a “Royal Charter” in order to post on independent websites revealed Leveson’s long game. The public would never buy it. So now on to plan B…

The latest outcry over pornographic images on the internet has provided the pretext for the state to step in and set-up their infrastructure for regulating the UK’s internet Chinese-style. Once the system is in place, you can expect that the government will not be able to resist extending their filtering from porn to blocking dissenting and alternative analysis that exposes the government for being either incompetent, criminal, or corrupt. Government firewalls designed to block child porn or pedophilia could also block thousands of damning articles on the same subject which implicate members of the government and the establishment for participating in child sex abuse.

The pornography filtering system praised by David Cameron will be run by the Chinese firm, Huawei. They should know a thing or two about how to keep citizens from accessing information the government doesn’t want people to see.

Huawei’s penetration into the UK’s telecommunications industry and networks is already significant…

The UK’s latest fabricated, and highly reactive crisis is set to give up way too much power to this Chinese company. Australians rejected Huawei’s involvement to provide infrastructure for the National Broadband Network because nobody could prove that the Chinese DID NOT have a root back door access to all the fibre connected via their hardware.

As a result of the Snowden leaks, we now know more about the full scope of the UK Government’s GCHQ spying and data harvesting operations. But what does it mean if the Chinese are also doing it inside the UK – by stealth?

It’s one thing to give up your privacy to the UK government – who could at least be held accountable at some stage of their Orwellian game, but it’s another thing to give it up to the Chinese for absolutely no good reason.

We don’t need China’s Censorship technology. The only people who want it are radical social engineers, control freaks in power, along with perennial criminals in government and in the establishment, who wish to conceal their crimes and associations in future.
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Cameron Looks to China to Supply Europe’s First Internet Censorship Wall in Britain 02 Aug 2013 14:20 #2

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The British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned China for its system of "authoritarian capitalism" in a speech made at Nigeria's Lagos Business School during his recent tour of Africa. He simultaneously complained that China does not protect private contracts or provide guarantees against expropriation. Cameron justified his speech by claiming that as the "shadow" of colonialism has now been lifted, he has a duty and right as an Englishman, to warn Africa that it faces a "Chinese invasion".

Good news everyone, Dave trusts state backed Chinese companies now

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