Monday, March 26, 2012

The Toulouse School Killings: Sarkosy Using This Incident To Criminalize Free Speech?

Since the killing of 3 school aged children and one rabbi, back on March 19th, took place, there were so many questions that have arisen as to exactly WHY the Israeli Mossad would do such an operation in the first place.  There has always been the usual reason to garner sympathy for the Jewish people as whole, but I had suspected that there was something far more dastardly being plotted out by these criminals....

Now comes a very interesting article, from The Associated Press, at , entitled: "Sarkosy: Jail Those Who Browse Terror Websites".   According to this article, the Mossad agent who calls himself the French President, is using this incident in Toulouse as an excuse to criminalize one of the last bastions of freedom of information left, the Internet itself, by saying that anyone who freely views any sites deemed as "terrorist" sites, they can be thrown into jail!   First I have that entire article right here for everyone tosee for themselves, and I do have my own comments to follow:

Sarkozy: Jail those who browse terror websites
PARIS (AP) — France's president proposed a sweeping new law Thursday that would see repeat visitors to extremist web sites put behind bars — one of several tough measures floated in the wake of a murderous shooting spree.

The proposed rules, unveiled by Nicolas Sarkozy after the death of an Islamist fanatic wanted for a horrifying series of execution-style murders, have alarmed journalists and legal experts, who say they risk pulling the plug on free expression.

Sarkozy, who is only a month away from an election, argued that it was time to treat those who browse extremist websites the same way as those who consume child pornography.

"Anyone who regularly consults Internet sites which promote terror or hatred or violence will be sentenced to prison," he told a campaign rally in Strasbourg, in eastern France. "Don't tell me it's not possible. What is possible for pedophiles should be possible for trainee terrorists and their supporters, too."

French law calls for up to two years in prison and €30,000 (roughly $40,000) in fines for repeat visitors to child porn sites, although whether the proposed anti-terror rules would carry similar penalities isn't clear.

When asked, Sarkozy's office directed a query seeking details to the Ministry of Justice, which didn't immediately offer clarification.

Journalists and lawyers are concerned.

"Trying to criminalize a visit — a simple visit — to a website, that's something that seems disproportionate," said Lucie Morillon, who runs the new media bureau of journalists' watchdog group Reporters Without Borders.

"What's especially worrying for us is how you are going to know who's looking at what site. Does this announcement mean the installation of a global Internet surveillance system in France?"

Media lawyer Christophe Bigot seconded her concerns, saying that any such law — if passed — would be a serious blow to the democratic credentials of a country that considers itself the home of human rights.

"I don't see how you can assume that a person who connects (to an extremist website) not only shares the ideas that are being expressed there but is ready to act on them," Bigot said. "That seems to be a very dangerous shortcut — a real step back in terms of individual liberty."

Bigot said it wasn't clear to him to what degree Sarkozy's proposals were serious. In any case, France's Parliament isn't in session, but could be called back for urgent legislation. Otherwise, an eventual law would be contingent on Sarkozy's reelection.

The tightening presidential race has been upended by the shooting rampage blamed on Mohamed Merah, a 23-year-old Frenchman of Algerian descent who allegedly killed three French paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi before dying in a violent confrontation with police in the southern French city of Toulouse earlier Thursday.

Sarkozy has France's far-right nipping at his heels, so he's been under pressure to appear tough. A poll released Thursday by the CSA firm suggested that Sarkozy may benefit politically from a hardening of attitudes toward extremist violence.

Morillon said she understood the emotional appeal of a crackdown on online radicalization in the wake of such atrocities.

Still, she said, "you have to be careful not to attack the wrong target."

"Once more it's the Internet that's being blamed, as if the Internet was the source of all evil."

NTS Notes: Now we can see the real reasons for these criminals pulling off the so called "terrorist" attack in Toulouse France.  They want to use that as their long sought excuse to pull the plug on the Internet and free speech in France itself!

We have a long list of false flag terrorist attacks where the result was to take away freedoms...Two prime examples right in America have been the Mossad attack of 9-11 brought about the removal of freedoms from Americans through the horrific Patriot Acts, and the so called "Underwear bomber" in Detroit several years back brought about the imposition of the horrific TSA body searches and cancer causing full body scan machines in airports.

Now it appears it is the turn of the French, and the removal of their rights to freely search any websites over the Internet, out of fear that they may get jail time by just even accidentally clicking onto a site that their own government has deemed as a "terrorist" site!

This should be a wake up call for everyone, and further evidence that the attack in Toulouse was a complete set up.   Hopefully the French people will put an end to this before it even gets off the ground...

More to come


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

sarkozzy is a lousy you know what khazar of the fake hebrew battallion wouldnt matter if his granny pased gas then that would suffice to censor internet ....uhmmm whats so dangerous on the inter net ,,,truth ...