Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Sep 3, 2014
WE NEED MORE FRIENDS AND LIKE IT'S. WORK WITH US FOR THE GREAT NWO KICK ASS AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS...INSTANT KNOWLEDGE AGAINST THE WORLDS BRAINDEAD-MOVEMENT WITH THE INSTANT KNOWLEDGE MACHINE OF THE SD_ECBS (6 million visitors) SEEMS TO BE NOT ENOUGH! So tell your friends.....
NETWORK ON THE FRONTLINE INFOWAR CONCERNING THE NONINFORMATIONCAMPAIGN about the ALIEN AGENDA, SPACEGODS CREATIONISM, FREE ENERGY IN ORDER OF HIGHER RANKS SO SPACEGODS powered by the SUPPORTERS-DESK of the E.C.B.S
FREE INTERNET IS A HUMAN RIGHT! WOW THIS IS A SD_ECBS DATA-CONTAINER ON FACEBOOK FOR FREE. All information you will find by a click on the pic for more informartion service in the comment-feed of this newsfeed on facebook concerning this subject. SUPPORT US OUR WORK AND THE UNITED ARTISTS FOR EARTHOPTIMIZATION.Post this all around.....
Jimmy Carter Defends Edward Snowden, Says NSA Spying Has Compromised Nation's Democracy
SD_ECBS fights for the free internet on the frontline of infowars and they did have stolen a lot of performance on the social networks especially myspace.
as written in the atlantic wire (link below) The United Nations counts internet access as a basic human right in a report that bears implications both to on-going events in the Arab Spring and to the Obama administration's war on whistleblowers. Acting as special rapporteur, a human rights watchdog role appointed by the UN Secretary General, Frank La Rue takes a hard line on the importance of the internet as "an indispensable tool for realizing a range of human rights, combating inequality, and accelerating development and human progress." Presented to the General Assembly on Friday, La Rue's report comes as the capstone of a year's worth of meetings held between La Rue and local human rights organizations around the world, from Cairo to Bangkok. The report's introduction points to the impact of online collaboration in the Arab Spring and says that "facilitating access to the Internet for all individuals, with as little restriction to online content as possible, should be a priority for all States."
The UN report overwhelmingly supports the internet as a communication platform, a boon to all democratic societies, but it also warns how the internet's unique architecture threatens power brokers in those societies:
The vast potential and benefits of the Internet are rooted in its unique characteristics, such as its speed, worldwide reach and relative anonymity. At the same time, these distinctive features of the Internet that enable individuals to disseminate information in "real time" and to mobilize people has also created fear amongst Governments and the powerful. This has led to increased restrictions on the Internet through the use of increasingly sophisticated technologies to block content, monitor and identify activists and critics, criminalization of legitimate expression, and adoption of restrictive legislation to justify such measures.