The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization continued its censorship campaign with an announcement of “global guidelines” in development to tell tech companies how to target “disinformation.”
UNESCO announced in a press release Feb. 1: “As part of its mandate, UNESCO has launched a global dialogue to provide guidelines for regulating digital platforms, to fight disinformation and hate speech and protect freedom of expression and human rights.” Talk about a glaring contradiction. UNESCO’s #ThinkBeforeSharing campaign, launched last year in partnership with Twitter, lectures about “how to identify, debunk, react to and report on conspiracy theories to prevent their spread” and “prebunk.” The campaign is also on the record specifically defending radical leftist billionaire George Soros from his critics and falsely painting them as anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists. Soros’ Open Society Foundations have funneled at least $3,322,000 into UNESCO’s apparatus between 2016 and 2021.
UNESCO said in the February release that its “high point” is going to be an international conference organized Feb. 21-23 at UNESCO Paris headquarters. The press release said the conference will lead to a mid-2023 UNESCO presentation of “global guidelines for governments, regulatory bodies and digital companies.” Free speech be damned.
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