THE Huffington Post in peddles stolen ideas in crediting advancing the wrong people, which should not be a problem if you want to credit Herr Schicklgruber and Comrade Stalin rather than Thomas Jefferson for writing the American declaration of Independence> As the Huffington Post part and parcel of the liberal or conservative establishment (it doesn’t matter) that is a subsidiary of the AOLWarner (Warner Group) conglomerate which has undermined an independent internet since its creation in the use of proprietary software.
On or about January 29, 20012, I wrote and posted numerously multilingual posts entitled “WE DEMAND AN INTERNET BILL OF RIGHTS: “ http://templeofreason.org/news/?p=2838 in the wake of the defeat of the SOPA-PIPA legislation and in reaction to passage of the European ACTA:
“Why with all the lies of establishment politicians worldwide none has proposed an international internet bill of constitutional right? Representing corporate abuse and greed that is the farthest thing from their thoughts!
WE DEMAND AN INTERNATIONAL INTERNET BILL OF RIGHTS FOR USERS, WEBSITES AND HOSTS! END CORPORATE ABUSE OF THE INTERNET NOW!
END THE TYRANNY NOW WHAT IS IN MY MIND DOES NOT BELONG TO YOU
END ACTA, INTERNET HUMAN RIGHTS NOW!
The pusch to legislate SOPA and PIPA has been slowed down but now is not the time to be complacent, as under a section of laws called treaties and executive decisions the governments of the world have shown their reactionary character by attempting to implement ACTA.
In counterbalance we should not have to fight these oppressive laws by piece means as we are entitled to codified right to internet use and access for siad rights and use we demand an international Convention of international rights for users, websites, and hosts.”
The Huffington post states now in article
‘The Free Internet Act’ Emerges As Redditors Craft SOPA Alternative, By Dean Praetorius Posted: 02/22/12 05:36 PM ET | Updated: 02/22/12 05:36 PM ET. ”The Free Internet Act,” as the idea has been tentatively named, intends to preempt any future legislation aiming to limit the scope of the Internet or censor content. Redditors have turned the “r/fia” page into a place to craft something they’d like to someday see become a standard for governing the Internet.”
“The Free Internet Act: To promote prosperity, creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation by preventing the restriction of liberty and preventing the means of censorship. FIA will allow internet users to browse freely without any means of censorship, users have the right to free speech and to free knowledge; we govern the content of the internet, governments don’t. However enforcements/laws must also be put into place to protect copyrighted content.”
“An Austrian Reddit user, who goes by the name “RoyalwithCheese22″ and prefers to remain semi-anonymous, started the thread with the intention of building a piece of potential legislation that could be a means for compromise”.
Now I ask why should there be compromise when the internet was created based on the blood flesh and bones of older hacker programmers which produced the current internet where people like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg are business men (no more) are fish out of water.
There should be no compromise of peoples rights on the internet, as it is better there is no internet than a compromise of peoples rights on the internet, there should be no compromise with people with people such as the worms at the Huffington Post for they undermine the political process through their many plagiaristic distortions and don’t have an original idea to save their lives.
Now Thomas Paine was in 1776 the most quoted and plagiarized writer in America, and then after doing his patriotic duty in the continental army, as a minister of the French Parliament became the most used and abused writer by the traitors of the French and American Revolutions in what continues today.
Where I even take offense at the cheesy handles of these creeps, that is taken by “Dean Praetorius” as what Dean of the Praetorian Guards?
In any case the cheap superficial journalism of the Huffington Post goes hand in hand with plagiarists and plagiarism.