The internet just changed forever with laws that are in line with the World Economic Forum Agenda and most Christians did not even notice.
A new law known as the “Digital Services Act” went into effect in the European Union last week and it changes internet rules that will impact the entire world. It is as Chinese as any legislation that we have ever seen before and is a move towards a One World legislation for the internet.
What is the Digital Services Act?
Digital Services Act (DSA) officially went into law on August 25th, 2023. The law legally demands tech giants like Google, Facebook, Amazon, and more to comply with sweeping legislation that holds online platforms legally accountable for the content posted to them. If a platform or server provides “false” information, they can be legally liable to punitive measures.
DSA passed through the EU Parliament focusing on the big evil corporations like Google, Facebook, and Amazon, but these companies are not the real target. The thing is, they already regulate themselves in a way that the EU Parliament agrees with.
Have you ever posted anything you know to be true on social media and it was blocked as “false information?” That has been the result of platforms regulating themselves, but if they are already regulating themselves, then why does the EU need new laws?
The answer to that question describes the real problem!
When users saw the bias of big corporate platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc, many of them moved to other platforms that provided more freedom of information sharing. These small independent platforms like Gab, a Christian-owned social media site, for instance, did not provide the moderation that government leaders want to see. Now they are the target.
Big corporations and government entities moved fast to shut down real independent competition when they started to grow. When Christian-friendly platform, Parlor, started to take off in January 2020, a sweeping unified front targeted them with removal from platforms like Apple and Google. They were instantly blocked from their Amazon servers and lost access to all their users. Payment systems like Visa, Master Card, and Paypal refused to process their transactions and they could no longer take payments or pay their bills. Main stream media targeted them by labeling them as a platform for Russian propaganda, racists, and terrorism. As if that was not enough, now the EU has passed laws to legally go after them.
The blocking of information that governments do not want people seeing is a real problem. It has been proven again and again that government-controlled information never serves the best interest of the people. Elon Musk, after buying Twitter, revealed how many scandals were hidden by the punitive prevention of people sharing information.
These new EU regulations are really the first step of a one world agenda targeting small, independent voices like yours. The One World forums have discussed this problem and these EU regulations are the first step to getting information shared on the internet under control. They want to control what you say, what you share with others, and what others are allowed to share with you. The World Economic Forum, known for pushing for a One World Agenda through a Global Reset, is pushing control of content on the internet as a “human right.” Michael Posner, Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum, has pushed for control measures looking for a form of “de facto governance,” and how to best limit the spread of misinformation, political propaganda, and extremist content online. “There’s a growing concern about the gap between what’s true on the internet and what’s not, and how the internet and these social networks and platforms are affecting both political and social interactions,” said Posner, a former member of the Obama administration.
The thing to note is that, not only were Microsoft, Google, and Facebook attending the One World meeting in Davos, Switzerland – they hosted some of the meetings!
Beware when those holding power propose measures to protect ‘your’ rights. Mao Zedong did not come to power in China by promising to be a tyrant. He promised to protect the people from all the evils of the world – including ‘harmful’ information.
This is just one of the reasons why BTJ hosts a hackers conference every year. Hackers from around the world come together once a year and advise BTJ how to proceed forward in the best way to avoid government regulations that prevent the preaching of the Gospel message. Their insight is more needed now than ever before.
The next BTJ Hackers conference will be hosted in early February 2024. Registration will be open soon.