The Gulag Awaits?

Remember when psychopath’s, masquerading as political dickheads weren’t the everyday?

Neither do we.

URGENT: Leaked documents show White House is planning executive order to censor the Internet:

Breaking: Leaked documents show that the Trump administration is drafting an executive order that, if upheld by the courts, could essentially end free speech on the Internet. The draft order would put the FTC and the FCC, headed by its notoriously corrupt chairman Ajit Pai, in charge of monitoring and policing online speech on social media platforms, online forums, and more.

It would give these bureaucratic government agencies unprecedented control over how Internet platforms moderate speech by allowing them to revoke the essential protections Congress laid out in Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA). CDA 230 is the basic law that makes it possible for online platforms to let users post our own content, and to make basic decisions about what types of content they as private entities want to host. Every meme, every social media post, every blog and user-created video on the Internet has been made possible by this crucial free speech protection. – via action

If you say something that someone, somewhere doesn’t like – careful, you might be under the surveillance of the psychopath’s:

Law Enforcement’s National threat Assessment Program Predicts If You Pose A Future Threat

The TAPS Act would encourage law enforcement to give everyone a personal threat assessment (kids and adults) and single out those that they deem as future threats. (Click here to see how our homes are given threat assessments.)

“By bringing threat assessment experts together, and utilizing evidence-based behavioral threat assessment and management processes, we can bolster public safety by implementing strategies to identify and stop dangerous individuals before they can commit an act of violence. We have the expertise to combat the targeted violence plaguing our schools, places of worship, and public spaces, but we have yet to fully implement it to prevent attacks.” – via

But don’t get too disappointed, as there’s more f**kery from the psychopaths:

Do You Know Your Criminal Threat Score?

A new tool for law enforcement agencies promises to use big data to calculate a person’s threat level. Beware, a big data software solution from Intrado Inc., enables law enforcement to view a threat score for any individual. The score is calculated utilizing social media data, license information, address data, previous calls to the address, and other data services. Simply entering an address or license plate number can yield law enforcement a threat score for the homeowner/occupant and their known family and associates. Individuals are assigned a red, yellow, or green threat level based on the Beware database and its calculation. – via information

But no worries…just get back to the TV, social media, or get those thumbs moving on your hand held radiation devices and sit back and relax, ignorant of dissidents from the past sent to the gulag for whatever “crimes” the psychopath’s wanted to levy. They wouldn’t do it again, right?

“In keeping silent about evil, in burying it so deep within us that no sign of it appears on the surface, we are implanting it, and it will rise up a thousandfold in the future. When we neither punish nor reproach evildoers . . . we are ripping the foundations of justice from beneath new generations.” – Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn


Tonight’s musical offering:

J.S. Bach – “Air on the G-string” – Overture (Suite) No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068; II. Capella Istropolitana, Jaroslav Dvorak.

Photo by Sasha Freemind on Unsplash

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