Brazil Supreme Court Bans Free Speech App Telegram Against the Will of President Jair Bolsonaro
The Brazilian Supreme Court has banned the free speech app Telegram, claiming that misinformation (meaning non-globalist propaganda) is spread on the platform.
Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Alexandre de Moraes suspended Telegram on Friday after the platform did not adhere to Draconian censorship orders meant to harm controversial right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro.
Bolsonaro has used Telegram to speak to his people after Facebook, WhatsApp, Google and Twitter have bowed to censorship orders from the nation’s high court. Telegram founder and CEO Pavel Durov claimed his company was guilty of “negligence” after the ruling, in a pathetic showing that his platform is getting ready to grovel and submit to censorship orders.
“I am certain that once a reliable channel of communication is established, we’ll be able to efficiently process takedown requests for public channels that are illegal in Brazil,” Durov said.
Bolsonaro is not happy about this court’s incredible overreach against the fundamental rights of his people.
“It is cowardice what they are trying to do to Brazil,” Bolsonaro said in response to the order.
Big League Politics has reported on Telegram folding to increased pressure in recent weeks as the globalists ruthlessly enforce the Orwellian nightmare to crush dissent underneath their boot:
“Russia Today (RT), a Kremlin-funded news network, has been banned from spreading its message on Telegram, the popular and growing encrypted messaging application that is ostensibly meant to protect freedom of speech.
Telegram caved after receiving pressure from the European Union to censor their content, which the globalist body claims is a haven for conspiracy theories undermining Ukrainian support in their current conflict with Russia.
“The rules are clear. There cannot be any circumvention,” said Věra Jourová, the European Commission’s vice president for values and transparency, to POLITICO.
“All actors should take their responsibilities. First, because it is the law in the EU. Second, everyone has understood what is at stake by now,” Jourová added, making the case for ubiquitous censorship of all non-globalist operations.
“We will not rest until everyone – including messenger services — take their responsibility in countering the Kremlin’s war propaganda,” Thierry Breton, the EU’s internal markets Commissioner, said in a statement of demands sent to Telegram.”
Bolsonaro, who has vowed to leave office only through imprisonment or death, is locked in an existential fight for his nation’s freedom. If he succeeds against globalism, he will give hope to the rest of the world that they too can resist this demonic technocracy.