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August 14 2011 at 6:58 AM
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December 27 2010 at 6:55 AM
FCC breaks Obama's promise, allows corporate censorship online with fake Net Neutrality
Minutes ago, the FCC passed new rules -- written by corporations -- that will end Net Neutrality. For the first time in history, the U.S. government approved corporate censorship of the Internet, putting the future of online free speech at risk. Unbelievably, the person leading the charge was Obama appointee Julius Genachowski (known in some circles as Judas GenaComcast for his historic sellout and notorious industry-friendly attitude).
These rules also violate President Obama's campaign promise to protect Net Neutrality and appoint an FCC Commissioner who would do the same, but some media are reporting the corporate spin that this is a "Net Neutrality compromise." The White House is trying to convince us this isn't a sellout as well with their wholly supportive statement.
This is not a compromise and it doesn't fulfill Obama's campaign promise -- not even close. There's no such thing as half a First Amendment and no such thing as prohibiting "some" corporate censorship. In reality, these rules are what Senator Al Franken said they are:
The FCC's action today is simply inadequate to protect consumers or preserve the free and open Internet. I am particularly disappointed to learn that the order will not specifically ban paid prioritization, allowing big companies to pay for a fast lane on the Internet and abandoning the foundation of net neutrality. The rule also contains almost no protections for mobile broadband service, remaining silent on the blocking of content, applications, and devices. Wireless technology is the future of the Internet, and for many rural Minnesotans, it's often the only choice for broadband.
Today was another historic sellout to big corporations by the Obama administration, not some kind of "win." We need to set the record straight.
December 26 2010 at 7:49 AM
The Religion Topic.
my beliefs are a mixture of Indian Budhism as well as my own unique beliefs. i believe in the budhist concepts of karma, multiple planes of existence, and reincarnation, and a universal spiritual energy that connects us all. however i DONT believe in said energy as any form of higher power.
i also believe in the ancient astronaut theories that all religions that believe in a god or gods are drastically misinterpeting their "holy books". in other words, so called gods and angels were actually alien visitors that the anceint poeples viewed as "devine beings" becuase they had no other way to explain the what they saw. there is plenty of hard evidence of this too if you know where to look, especialy in maian and other cultures along the equator, as well as very strong recorded evedince EVERYWHERE
in the bible and other holy books. but thats a discusion for another topic. but in explanation of angels wings, its simply the only way the writers of the bible knew to explain they had the technology to fly.
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