March 14, 2017
Europe is trying to crack down on speech completely and totally, and even the Jews at Facebook don’t have time for this extreme nonsense.
Basically in Germany, saying “I think we should be able to talk about the positives and negatives of immigration” on the internet is enough to get you a prison sentence. And social media companies don’t have the resources to deal with the number of removals the German government demands, nor do they want their service to become completely and totally useless to people, which is what will happen when you can say literally nothing on these platforms.
Germany’s Justice Minister on Tuesday put forward a new draft law calling for social networks like Facebook to remove slanderous or threatening online postings quickly or face fines of up to 50 million euros ($53.15 million).
“This (draft law) sets out binding standards for the way operators of social networks deal with complaints and obliges them to delete criminal content,” Justice Minister Heiko Maas said in a statement announcing the plans.
Failing to comply could result in a fine of up to five million euros on the individual deemed responsible for the company in Germany and 50 million euros ($53 million) against the organizations themselves, he said.
In 2015, Germany pressed Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube to sign up to a code of conduct, which included a pledge to delete hate speech from their websites within 24 hours.
The new draft rules turn these into legal obligations to delete or remove illegal content, to report regularly on the volume of filed complaints and they also demand that sites make it easier for users to complain about offensive content.
Facebook, Google and Twitter were not immediately available to comment on the draft law, elements of which had been signaled previously.
Germany already has some of the world’s toughest hate speech laws covering defamation, slander, public incitement to commit crimes and threats of violence. The government is seeking to update these rules for the social media age.
Maas and other members of conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling coalition have called for social networks to be held to higher content standards demanded of media broadcasters instead of hands-off rules applied to telecom operators.
To sum up:
- The goyim know
- Shut it down
This is not an infinite solution. It is obvious that it isn’t.
In fact, it is very likely to simply make people go more extreme. Cutting off the escape for individual rage is a recipe for revolution.
But these people are desperate at this point, as we are reaching levels of goyim knowing that shouldn’t even be possible.