Net Neutrality “Activism” Is a Cry Wolf Profession

by Mike Wendy on February 24, 2017

As the new FCC takes hold and makes changes in line with the ’16 election results, we’re going to see a lot of crying wolf by the professional organizers who helped Barack Obama impose Net Neutrality / utility regulation on the entire Internet.

Busy as beavers: Paid-for Net Neutrality “activists” fill an FCC viewing room during the vote to impose Net Neutrality / utility regulation on the Internet, February 26, 2015.

Let’s be clear here: Net Neutrality is a needless law that was paid for by Silicon Valley so it did not have to help build and support the Internet’s infrastructure growth; and (perhaps more ominously) a “calling” for “activists,” funded by well-heeled organizations like the Ford Foundation and Soros’ Open Society programs, who demand government control of all U.S. communications networks and media outlets.

In its essence, Net Neutrality “activism” is a authoritarian-oriented profession, filled with individuals whose every efforts are designed to part you from your choice, voice and property, and then give that to chosen elites (themselves) to decide “all the news that’s fit to print.”

Like the professionally organized donnybrooks and other shenanigans one political party employed to undermine Donald Trump (and disenfranchise voters), know that it’s a well-greased machine – not an organic movement – manufactured to peddle fake news, and, ultimately, limit your liberty.

Do not try and help the “victim” crying for help. There is no Net Neutrality wolf. Never has been. Never will be.  The “victim” is full of it.  And, that’s what the new FCC is trying to fix.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Arthur Rhodes February 24, 2017 at 7:34 pm

Says the guy who is paid by ISP’s to do their bidding.

A bigger pile of bull$h!t has never been written.

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Mike Wendy February 24, 2017 at 9:22 pm

Address the argument, Arthur. Ad hominem ain’t an argument.

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Arthur Rhodes February 24, 2017 at 10:27 pm

Its not an argument, its the delusional conspiracy theory ramblings of a person paid to defend ISP monopolies. Soros! You can’t believe that people actually hate their ISP’s? And unlike you, don’t need to be paid to speak out.

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Arthur Rhodes February 24, 2017 at 7:57 pm

BTW, I was looking at your twitter (which is hilarious, well done). I was wondering how someone who has 1,565 followers can only get 1 “like” or “retweet” per tweet AT BEST.

How is that even possible, unless your followers are all fake or dead? When you work out your lobbying agreements with the ISP’s, do you sell them on your Twitter reach?

I hope they never ask for your engagement metrics, you might have to get a real job. I just come to your site now give you a page hit. It’s like the little engine that could.

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Mike Wendy February 24, 2017 at 9:22 pm

If I mean so little, then stop reading. Thank you, Arty.

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