Net Neutrality: The FCC And Anonymous Round One

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is poised to put the screws to a free society and further assist in the Corporate Oligarchy which the Obama Administration is publicly loathe to admit that it privately supports. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that FCC Regulators are cementing their intentions of helping the Fat Cats legally constrict what information moves where based upon how much money someone has.

So, let me get this straight. If I am rich I am able to muscle any Agenda I want in favor of all Agendas?! Um, no. Make no mistake whatsoever that at some point, if the FCC implements this fascist position, I predict Anonymous will stretch their collective arms around the matter rapidly.

Polite fictions are like when you were 15 and told the pimply girl that you loved her to get laid. In the same way, this polite fiction that somehow Net Neutrality is the just and honorable thing to do, is precisely representative of slight of hand. At the end of the day, Pandora’s Box has been opened and there is no closing the lid. Government’s are extremely loathe to allow their populations any freedom. Net Neutrality is an attempt to close the lid on a box that doesn’t even exist anymore. With interconnectedness throughout the utility grids, financial systems, traffic control — it goes on and on — the end result is that isolationism is no longer an option contrary to that which the Obama Administration vis-a-vis the National Security Agency (NSA) would like to believe.

“Given that the Commission has chosen to classify broadband providers in a manner that exempts them from treatment as common carriers,” Tatel wrote, “the Communications Act expressly prohibits the Commission from nonetheless regulating them as such.”

So, Round One of the FCC vs Anonymous should prove to be very interesting, indeed! My money and political support lays upon Anonymous!

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