How Mass Media Is Trying to Control the Internet
In a new report from the National Review, the organization outlines a plan to shut down the mass media and impose strict censorship in order to stop “the spread of misinformation and disinformation.”
The plan is part of a plan that the organization outlined in a January op-ed, and which the group has been working to implement for months.
The op- ed, which the outlet called a “proposed plan to end the spread of information and disinformation,” is called the Mass Media Synergy Network (MMSSN).
The plan calls for the shutting down of the media, “with the aim of limiting the dissemination of information,” and the “expulsion of any individuals who are deemed to be disseminating false information,” which the organization said is the “most serious crime” the government can commit.
The goal is to “shut down the flow of misinformation,” and to “stifle any and all political speech, including speech that the government does not approve of,” the plan said.
The plan also calls for restricting access to any “information that threatens the government, military, or intelligence apparatus,” and it called for “the destruction of any video that does not comply with military regulations.”
In the op-.
ed, the National Press Club (NPCC) and other organizations are being accused of helping to implement the plan.
The NPCC is one of several news outlets that are accused of participating in a “massive disinformation campaign” to influence the election, the plan states, and that NPCC officials have been identified as the primary players behind the plan’s implementation.
“While it is hard to measure the extent of the effort, it appears that the NPCC has participated in the dissemination and dissemination of misinformation in support of a specific campaign to discredit the presidential campaign of Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate for president of the United States, and undermine the electoral integrity of the election,” the op, which also cited the Black Lives Matter movement and other right-wing groups, read.
“The NPCC and the other outlets participating in this effort are the primary actors responsible for the dissemination, dissemination, and dissemination that is now under investigation and prosecution by the Department of Justice.”
The op goes on to say that NPAC and other news outlets are not allowed to use any names, logos, or trademarks associated with the plan, and they cannot publish stories about the plan in the media.
“We are not permitted to publish the names of our sources or the identities of the people involved in this plan,” the NPAC said in a statement to Newsweek.
The group also called for the removal of any NPCC members from the government.
“Anyone who is connected to the government or to any other group that is engaged in a campaign to undermine democracy is not welcome in the United State Government,” the group said.
“This is a political campaign against all who seek to uphold our constitutional democracy, and we demand an end to this effort.
We are committed to upholding the Constitution, and protecting the freedom of expression that it represents.”