Germany’s government, which under Chancellor Angela Merkel’s administration has been aggressively replacing ethnic Germans with Third World immigrants, is using its power to attack social media companies to force them to police politically-incorrect ideas expressed by their users. Politico reports:
Policing online hate speech is no easy task. Germany is about to find out how difficult it can be.
The country’s new rules aimed at the likes of Facebook, Google and Twitter took effect Sunday, including potential fines of up to €50 million if these social media giants consistently fail to remove illegal content from their digital platforms within 24 hours.
The law — known locally as NetzDG — has caused deep divisions within Germany between advocates that want West Coast U.S. tech companies to take more responsibility over what is published online and free speech campaigners who argue the legislation goes too far in policing the digital world.
It also has raised hackles within the European Commission and with American policymakers about Germany’s crackdown on hate speech. The country’s proposed fines represent the largest financial penalties for such activities anywhere in the Western world.
The German people are finally waking up after decades of anti-German indoctrination following WWII. Chancellor Angela Merkel, a former communist youth leader turned childless cat lady, is increasingly unpopular and her false-Right party, the Christian Democrats, got their worse results in decades in the recent election. The patriotic, anti-immigration Alternative for Germany party is growing quickly in popularity. So all is not lost in Germany. But these moves to abolish any dissent from globalism and White genocide must be fought and defeated.