Silicon Valley lost this one:
“WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to dismantle landmark rules regulating the businesses that connect consumers to the internet, granting broadband companies the power to potentially reshape Americans’ online experiences.
The agency scrapped the so-called net neutrality regulations that prohibited broadband providers from blocking websites or charging for higher-quality service or certain content. The federal government will also no longer regulate high-speed internet delivery as if it were a utility, like phone service. …
The discarding of net neutrality regulations is the most significant and controversial action by the F.C.C. under Mr. Pai. In his first 11 months as chairman, he has lifted media ownership limits, eased caps on how much broadband providers can charge business customers and cut back on a low-income broadband program that was slated to be expanded to nationwide carriers. …
“There is a lot of misinformation that this is the ‘end of the world as we know it’ for the internet,” Comcast’s senior executive vice president, David Cohen, wrote in a blog post this week. “Our internet service is not going to change.”
What have we won here? Nothing.
At a time when our community is acutely concerned about digital platform censorship, the debate over Net Neutrality had nothing to do with us. It is an argument between Silicon Valley and the cable companies in which we have only been cited as a talking point. It is really just another example of how neither side in mainstream politics represents our interests.
Based regulation slayer Ajit Pai has destroyed the liburals with muh deregulated conservative free market! Yeah, BUT we are still being censored by the ADL on social media platforms. Conservatism hasn’t done shit for us because it is too busy catering to donors and corporate lobbyists.
FCC votes 3-2 to abolish #NetNeutrality https://t.co/xojueriUyx
— Mike Cernovich ?? (@Cernovich) December 14, 2017
This will probably put a little something back into the telephone companies who provide internet service. We might get a little something. Anyway if the snowflakes in Silicon Valley and George Soros don’t like it—it must be ok. Or at worst wash, as Brad says.
I actually enjoy watching big business fight big business. It tickles me. Last year in Nashville Google fiber went to war with AT&T and I won.
(((google))) and (((facebook))) and (((amazon)) might have to actually start paying for the vast amounts of bandwidth they use.
but they’ll be paying it to another gang of Jews.
who cares. Anyway,
the more time we spend in meatspace
and the less time we spend in cyberspace
the better off those on the hardRight will be.
I don’t know about that. Cyberspace is a gigantic megaphone that lets us be heard. If we’re pushed back to meatspace, then we’re effectively silenced and isolated again.
The whole alt-right phenomenon basically arose due to the ability of people with little money, but the truth, to spread it to millions of people on the Internet. If we’re pushed offline, we will have suffered a massive, possibly fatal defeat.
The Internet has been the first crack in the absolute control of information and culture by the (((elite))) for SEVENTY years. If we vanish from it, their iron reign will return to its undisturbed state and the hypnosis will stretch out until whites are gone.
Indeed. Without the Internet, Jews certainly would have killed off 100 million more whites by now. It has done more than anything else to expose their genocidal intentions and atrocities against us than anyone or anything else could have. Truth to the Jew is what sunlight is for vampires, certain death. They cannot survive exposure.
Nothing about this sounds good. but the dumb as a door nail “right” think it’s great just because the “left” doesn’t like it. I’m sure if the left were suddenly against homosexuals the right would start to support them. These people are easily manipulated fools that simply contradict anything the left says because they have no perspective of their own. The philosophy of many on the right is “If the left hates it then I support it!” Stupid morons everywhere.
I beg to differ. Many in the Left are for the environment and animal rights. So am I.
Many in the Left are anti-war. So am I. Whenever they put something sensible on the table, I’ll always be open to it. Unfortunately, most of what they stand for is conductive to the destruction of white civilization-thats what we oppose.
For my part, I’m not left or right. Those labels mean nothing to me. I’m just….pro my heritage.
In that case you aren’t one of the ones I’m talking about. But there are many who are simply contrarians to the left. Anyone who supports corporations screwing us over because “the left hates capitalism” is a moron, plain and simple. The federal government regulating the internet is better for us because they have to abide by the constitution. The mega corporations don’t have to. You can kiss the alt-right goodbye if corporations are allowed to block any site they deem unacceptable. Allowing these corporations more power is never good, anyone who says otherwise can take their Aryn Rand bullshit and shove it up their ass. I’m sick and tired of these wannabe millionaires sad sacks of shit trying to tell us “the free market is good of us” when all it does is serve the greedy and disempower the working class.
Well put, @Steve.