What these two weirdos did yesterday goes beyond just being a bit of a weirdo. They met with a traumatized woman, Jacinda Ardern. She’s the prime minister of New Zealand, where a terrible thing happened earlier this year: a terrorist killed 51 Muslims in a city called Christchurch.
Ardern took to wearing a Muslim hijab. So did women police. Muslim prayers were integrated into once secular public institutions. The terrorist desired a political outcome. And he got one.
(New Zealand has banned guns, too. I’m not sure if anyone mentioned that they had already banned shooting people.)
So here we have the world’s utopian globalists meeting in Paris. And what were they doing? Well, it’s funny that you’d ask. Because no newspaper in Canada thought it was that important.
It was a private meeting between Macron, Trudeau, Ardern, and a handful of other leftist globalists. And all the big Silicon Valley tech companies. They were meeting under something called the Christchurch Call.
As in: Because there was a mass murder in Christchurch, everyone in the world must change how they use the Internet.
You could call it the privatization of censorship. You could call it the merger of big government and big media — obviously big business.
It wasn’t a Parliament; there was no proceedings, no witnesses, no debates.
They just all signed this document. On whose authority? And with no scrutiny by the media.
TONIGHT I'll take you through this document, the Christchurch Call. It says the government, and these tech companies, are going to “ensure” that reporting on terrorist events is “responsible”?
What does that mean? I do:
It’s called censorship.
It’s not about stopping terrorism. It’s about stopping conservatives who don’t like his policies.
It’s about stopping you.
And the Canadian media? They couldn’t be happier. Because they hate you, too.
NEXT: Our roving reporter Keean Bexte was in Newfoundland to cover the provincial election yesterday. He joins me to talk about why he thinks the Conservatives lost.
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