‘Far-Right’ is basically anything the Left don’t agree with.
If the LiblabCon narrative cannot dominate, then the whole edifice falls. You can only have this fake democracy if you also have a fake and constrained media landscape; a narrow agenda of permitted views that – we are TOLD – i
censorship always has two fundamental problems.
2/. How do you police and achieve what you deem to be a desired result?
In the case of web sites, often with global reach, and capable of being moved in minutes, the problems are almost insuperable.
One man’s terrorism is another man’s valid information channel.
And measures that are draconian enough to stop access to certain places are also draconian enough to be used to stifle any political opposition. How much do you trust your government?
“Why wont they let us see it” is one step away from “because they are hiding something from us”.
includes all reasonable views.
I’ll give it five years before opposing the EU is defined as extremism. NGOs are already suggesting that to the EC and EP.
The real reason they want to control the internet is that they’re losing the argument on too many things; people no longer trust the government controlled legacy MSM.