Saturday, June 14, 2014

Internet Censorship: Chatham House Begins Insidious Initiative for Global Internet Governance

Steven MacMillan
RINF Alternative News
January of this year marked the beginning of a new Global Commission on Internet Governance, which was launched by Chatham House in partnership with the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). The commission will be chaired by the Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, who will lead a team of 25 members tasked to study the future prospects of internet governance over the next 2 years. A benign, non-threatening looking man who has served on the Board of Trustees of the RAND Corporation, Bildt is the perfect character to be the face of a new initiative which could threaten the internet as we know it.

Last weekend Bildt attended the Bilderberg conference in Copenhagen, where he rubbed shoulders with the former Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) Keith Alexander and the Executive Chairman of Google Eric Schmidt. As the NSA and Google are two of the most nefarious organisations which have been caught violating millions of citizen’s rights online, alarm bells should be ringing that the chair of a new internet governance initiative should be meeting with such individuals at a quasi-secret conference. Bildt is a deeply entrenched individual in the shadow world empire, who also belongs to the European elitist think tank theEuropean Council on Foreign Relations – which is the European branch of Chatham House.

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