United Nations says regulating the Internet to stop the spread of “hate speech” is one of their top priorities

I’m just wondering if it’s racial discrimination or the dissemination of information that they want to stop.

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12 August 2013 – The United Nations committee tasked with combating racial discrimination today opened its latest round of work in Geneva with a focus on stopping the spread of racist hate speech on the Internet and social media networks, as well as the need to use education to prevent racism and xenophobia.  

“Where does the right of expression, which we all want to respect, stop and the need to sanction and prevent hate speech begin? What is the point in time when one right has to recognize that it cannot be exercised if it implies the violation of another one,” UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Flavia Pansieri said in her address to the opening of the 83rd session of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD).

As the world becomes more inter-connected, incidents in numerous countries have drawn attention to the issue of racist hate speech, which today is more easily spread across national borders, she added.

Ms. Pansieri urged the Committee to include in its deliberations the Rabat Plan of Action, adopted by independent UN experts at a meeting in Morocco in October 2012, on the prohibition of advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence.

The Deputy High Commissioner noted that the Committee meets against a backdrop of two landmark events – the annual Nelson Mandela International Day commemoration and the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s march on Washington in which he made his famous “I have a dream” speech.

Fifty years after his famous speech, Mr. King’s vision remained a dream for many people around the world and that was why, to continue to protect those whose human rights were being violated because of their race, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin, the Committee’s members are here today, said Ms. Pansieri.

She also spoke about the recent adoption by the Human Rights Council in June of a resolution on education as a tool to prevent racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, which recognized that quality education could help create more inclusive societies.

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4 Responses to United Nations says regulating the Internet to stop the spread of “hate speech” is one of their top priorities

  1. Dalton says:

    The UN says……….the UN wants….who the hell cares what the UN has to say about anything…owned and operated by Rothschild/Rockefeller criminal cabal…who the hell wants to cooperate with that Nazi group? Ameircans need to loudly protest the UN and demand USA withdraw from it………it is nothing more than the front office for the New World Order of tax enslavement for the benfit of the banking cartels……..Agenda 21, the takeover of America, gun control….fu#k the UN………return to liberty and one nation under GOD…that’s right Under God – not one nation under zionist satanic control.

  2. mel says:

    translation: the fear we brainwashed them with is no longer working. the plebs won’t shut the hell up.

  3. Jarheadusmc says:

    UN or not – they (Judeo-Freemasonry = International bankers and puppet masters who operate the strings) want the internet policed in order to stop the exposing of the truth.

  4. NC says:

    “United Nations says regulating the Internet to stop the spread of “hate speech” is one of their top priorities”

    Stopping the spread of “hate speech”? They really think we were born yesterday.

    Why don’t they just call it what it is and say they want to censor and control the Internet.

    Their childish, twisted word, bullshit isn’t working anymore.

    And as far as the UN in general is concerned,

    UP YOURS!

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