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Updated: 04/02/2014 08:00:05AM

Don’t let the UN control the Internet

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Amendment I: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

I don’t see one single line of the First Amendment that could be subject to analysis of its text or context! I consider that the authors of that amendment didn’t or couldn’t have any idea of what the modern system of communication known as the Internet would be able to do and accomplish regarding our treasured and constitutional freedom of speech.

Relinquishing of the control of the Internet is another trick in President Obama’s bag of ‘changes.’ And this unfortunately has not been deeply considered by many citizens of the United States.

To my point … Obama is aware that a vast network of Americans communicate between themselves regarding their displeasure and disapproval of his ‘socialist’ policies and ideas, but he has no control or authority to censure them because of the First Amendment.

President Obama knows that the Internet is a free way or medium of open communication between citizens that could not be restricted or censured by any governmental institution or agency. And he obviously also knows that one personal written opinion (like mine) could reach an uncalculated amount of readers in a very short span of time, if the recipients of such emails decided to forward them to his/her own list of contacts.

One important note: Anyone reading my emails knows that I oppose openly as I can the ‘socialist’ system President Obama and his minions are trying to impose in our country but, I didn’t, presently are not and will never promote or advocate any violent actions that could jeopardize or harm the lives or properties of any of my fellow countrymen/women.

Think about it … giving the United Nations full control of the Internet means that the international entity will have full control of the communication between us, within our national borders and they could shut down some of our websites at their own hill when or if they have the authority to do so.

Nonetheless, let’s wake up, guys! The First Amendment to our Constitution could still be in force but practically null because we might not be able to openly transmit and/or express our opinions between ourselves if or when the United Nations takes control of the Internet.

Shucks, how sneaky and conniving our present president is … and the liberals called late president Nixon “Tricky Dick” ...


Lake Wales

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