who wrote a white paper calling for “conspiracy theories” to be banned,
wants to legally force Americans to “do what’s best for our society”
and dilute their own free speech
Disturbing audio has emerged of White House information czar Cass Sunstein,
who in a previous white paper called for banning “conspiracy theories,”
demanding that websites be mandated by law to link to opposing information or that pop ups containing government propaganda be forcibly included on political blogs.
In an audio excerpt of an interview which was posted on the Breitbart.tv website today,
Sunstein discusses how conservative websites should provide links to liberal websites and vice versa or even how political blogs should be made to include pop ups that show “a quick argument for a competing view”.
Sunstein said that if this system couldn’t be implemented voluntarily,
“Congress should hold hearings about mandates,” which would legally force people to dilute their own free speech.
The Harvard Professor also said that blogs should be forced to list a random draw of 25 popular websites,
such as CNN.com.
Listen to the clip below.
“The best would be for this to be done voluntarily,” said Sunstein,
“But the word voluntary is a little complicated and people sometimes don’t do what’s best for our society,” he added (emphasis mine).
“The idea would be to have a legal mandate as the last resort
…. an ultimate weapon designed to encourage people to do better,” Sunstein concluded.
[ oh boy ]
As we previously reported, in a January 2008 white paper entitled “Conspiracy Theories,”
the Harvard Professor who is currently President Obama’s head of information technology in the White House called for “conspiracy theories,”
that is any political opinion which didn’t concur with the establishment view, to be taxed or even banned outright.
[ well, fuck -that- ]