Awareness is the first step.
Been watching this for a while, really scary shit. The best point I heard made (which will likely be ignored) is that those who make the internet what it is, the content providers, the users etc., get no vote in this.
Also important to remember that the largest voting bloc in the UN is the OIC, so if the UN did take control of the internet then the OIC would demand that in accordance with sharia law it would become a crime to post or host any content that critisises islam, or is offensive to islamists (which seems to be just about everything that is not islam related).
And that is only one of the scary possiblities if this goes through. Hobbling the free transmission of information across the planet unfettered by censorship,copyright, and other controlling influences is the worst possible direction the world can take.
The internet is a serious contributor to OECD economies, and much of the infrastructure is privately owned, OECD countries will likely veto this at security council. Not withstanding, parts of the internet are already growing dark as people interact behind encryption and firewalls. I am hopeful this will come to naught.
In Dutch of Afrikaans, ‘UIT’ in English means ‘OUT’. Best place for busy bodies.
Thanks for that – probably why they re-arranged the initials…. It has been done
before when countries are confronted with “lost in translation” acronyms.
This isn’t only about censorship but it’s about world finical control. The UN sees tens of billions of dollars been transferred on the net every day. Governments are losing billions in taxes because of Internet trading. Borders are becoming less relevant. The UN wants to tax finical transactions and introduce a on line currency and thus introduce a currency transaction tax. This is a similar scam they are trying to pull with AGW only many times more vast.