Global CENSORSHIP Requested – All Of Your Activity Online!

( – The United Nations has taken a step closer to global censorship by demanding guidelines for internet use and insisting these be applied in all countries. At a conference in Paris, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), said the guidance is needed to combat so-called “disinformation” and countries who tackled this under their own rules would not succeed.

UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay said, “If these regulatory initiatives are developed in isolation, with each country working in their own corner, they are doomed to fail. Information disruption is by definition a global problem, so our reflections must take place at the global scale.”

The use of the word “disinformation” has rapidly increased, particularly since the start of the global pandemic in 2020. It essentially applies to any disagreement with policies put forth by globalist bodies and adhered to by national governments. Scientists who disagree with the climate change narrative and argue that there is no imminent climate catastrophe are often accused of “disinformation” or “misinformation” and silenced by social and mainstream media.

On the day that Greta Thunberg delivered her famous “how dare you?” speech at the United Nations, a group of 500 scientists wrote to the UN stating firmly that there is no emergency and that “climate policies pointlessly and grievously undermine the economic system, putting lives at risk in countries denied access to affordable, reliable electrical energy.” The letter did not receive coverage in the mainstream media and the UN continued to accuse all who disagree with the climate-disaster narrative of “disinformation.”

Social media giants such as Facebook already censor posts that call into question the settled narrative of the globalist elite, but UNESCO has made clear that this does not go far enough. Exercising Orwellian double-speak, the UNESCO guidelines state that the world must protect freedom of expression and democracy. It also referred to “spreaders of climate disinformation” as “toxic” and “insects thriving in the dark.” 

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