Rest in Peace, Internet

United Nations takeover of the Internet has been completed. —>


On 8/1, President Obama gave away control of America’s Internet to United Nations globalists who have promised to govern it by some vague adherence to unspecified human rights, whatever that means.

In a nutshell, the Department of Commerce’s oversight of Internet domain names has officially been transferred to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers which consists of shadowy figures who will likely abuse their power to further clamp down on information contrary to the establishment narrative.

The Internet will now be controlled by representatives from places like Saudi Arabia, Cuba, China and other totalitarian countries where free speech is a foreign concept.  Thankfully, the move has been met with some resistance from Texas Senator Ted Cruz who, just a few days earlier, released a statement on the takeover with Chuck Grassley, Roy Blunt, Richard Burr and Ron Johnson:

“It is profoundly disappointing that the Obama administration has decided to press on with its plan to relinquish United States oversight of crucial Internet functions, even though Congress has not given its approval. For years, there has been a bipartisan understanding that the ICANN transition is premature and that critical questions remain unanswered about the influence of authoritarian regimes in Internet governance, the protection of free speech, the effect on national security, and impacts on consumers, just to name a few,” they said.

An Obama appointed judge allowed the giveaway to occur despite concerns that the transfer was not approved by Congress.

Earlier this year, the late Phyllis Schlafley described the plan as “like telling the fox to guard the chicken coop,” which is a reference to communist countries being trusted to protect free speech and free thought on the Internet.

A coalition of four states (Texas, Oklahoma and Nevada) have filed a lawsuit to block the U.N. takeover of domain names.

Their request has not been granted

Four attorney generals from these states revealed they “seek declaratory and injunctive relief against the National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA); the united States of America; the United States Department of Commerce; Penny Pritzker, in her official capacity as Secretary of Commerce; and Lawrence E. Strickling, in his official capacity as Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information and Administrator of NTIA.”

The elite just took a giant leap towards the complete dissolution of U.S. sovereignty.

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Benjamin Knight
Benjamin Knight, the founder of We the Vigilant and host of The Maverick Podcast, was born in Engelwood, New Jersey. He is a Bible believing Christian, a right-wing Libertarian and a nationalist who is dedicated to fighting back against cultural Marxism and globalism. In his free time, Knight enjoys triggering leftists, shooting guns and being an American.

2 Comments on "Rest in Peace, Internet"

  1. This has to be one of of those “must-be” concepts that will inevitably give rise to a global gestapo, as they are also promoting global citizenship as well. What rights does a “global citizen” have if it they are no longer citizens of their home counties? Hmm…

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