Tuesday, November 08, 2005

 

The Dictator against the internet

When I started this blog, I had in mind the Samizdat, the underground press during the Soviet communist regime. And unfortunately, it's getting harder and harder to find reliable news.

Now the government is trying to regulate the internet, especially, Arutz 7's services. Until a couple of years ago, the most popular radio station was the Arutz 7 one. It had a great variety of news, commentary and music. The government closed it down for no legitimate reason, just to prevent the citizens from hearing news and opinions contrary to the official line. At present, Arutz 7 offers a variety of news, radio, "video" and opinion from its website. The news is updated 24 hours a day in Hebrew, English, French and Russian.

The opinions are not acceptable in the mainstream media. I'm published a couple of times a month for example.

We must have access to accurate news, not just government press releases.

Now, since we've discovered the plan to hand of Mt. Zion, G-d forbid, to the Vatican, it was Arutz 7, which was the first media outlet to tell the people of this travesty. We can't trust the mainstream media to inform us, nor to tell the truth.

Comments:
weird, they're trying somethign similar in America...
 
It's going to be tough to police.
 
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