Author: Brian D. Hill
Source: USWGO Alternative News
According to RussiaToday it is discovered that with CISPA, a major threat to the Internet similar to SOPA/PIPA, “Democratic Senator Ron Wyden has bridged the political gap with Republican Representative Darrell Issa to come up with an Internet Bill of Rights” it states on the RT YouTube video. There is just one problem? Will it be similar to the Bill of Rights protections we already have in our U.S. Constitution???? HELL NO
Since the Congress has proven to be dysfunctional right now including both the Senate and House of Misrepresentatives, since it is on record that Bilderberg Multi-Billionaire George Soros has voted for multiple candidates which has had success including U.S. Senator for NC, Kay Hagan, which has voted in favor of the NDAA indefinite detention provision and PIPA even after the Internet outrage protests against the PIPA/SOPA bills.
So how can we trust such a corrupt, law breaking, Constitution violating Congress with a cyber or Internet Bill of Rights? The only thing this will pave the way for is regulation of the entire Internet and the Government will decide what kind of Freedom of Speech is acceptable and what is not, what is considered copyright infringement and what is considered Fair Use of the work if Fair Use will even still exist as the Media Corporations want that abolished so they can sue alternative media, what is considered hate speech, what is considered possible Internet extremism, you name it.
The government has a track record of passing bills that the majority of the people doesn’t want and one of them is the NDAA 2012 and 2013 law, another example is Obamacare, another example is The Patriot Act, the John Warner National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007 (H.R. 5122) that has been heard of harming the Posse Comitatus Act which prevents military from acting as defacto police officers and searching peoples bags at gunpoint, and other laws have passed which has been disapproved by a majority of the people. So why would anyone trust the Congress these days which is nothing like the Congress in 1776 during the Revolutionary War and Declaration of Independence, to put in a Internet Bill of Rights, and even if one representative decides to do a good job on it, modifications can be made to the bill before it even gets to the desk of President Obama and may end up taking away our rights when the Constitution says that is illegal and any laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void according to court case Marbury Vs. Madison (1803). The Congress could care less about our rights when the USDA want all people that are forced onto foodstamps, doesn’t matter the circumstance, will be forced to have a RFID Chip against their will.
The Congress has a track record of passing Unconstitutional laws so why would a Internet Bill of Rights be any different?