Tag Archives: web filtering

Spiritual freedom in the West: Are we drifting into a culture of suppression?

Increasingly in the West practitioners of alternative spirituality are subjected to discrimination and censorship. It’s sobering to look at the possible outcomes of living in a society where spiritual freedoms are heavily restricted. This article looks at the Chinese government’s oppression of spirituality as an example, to illustrate why we should not take our spiritual rights and freedoms for granted.

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Web filters and Alternative Spirituality: The Selective Censorship of ‘Alternative Beliefs’

Commercial web filters are often rigged to selectively target alternative spirituality and beliefs. Sites like this one can be classified, segregated and blocked under an “alternative spirituality/belief” category, which is often described negatively. The widespread use of filters to block alternative beliefs on public networks, while allowing access to traditional/mainstream beliefs, raises issues of censorship, discrimination and prejudice.

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Total View Interview: Web of Deceit – Bilderberg and UK Internet Censorship

Jenny Haase interviewed me on Total View recently about my article ‘Web of Deceit: The Bilderberg Group and Elite Powerbrokers Linked to the UK’s Stealth Internet Censorship Coup‘. We discussed the deception, major players and elite connections behind the UK’s web filtering scheme, the threat of creeping censorship and spiritual suppression, and some issues and recent developments not covered in the ...

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