Rhodesia bans parts of Google & Co.

The President signed a law to restore ethics and good behavior.

· Rhodesia,Google,Wikipedia,WhatsApp,big tech


The President of the Republic of Rhodesia, Colonel Harper, today signed into law a bill proposed by the government of Governor General Harald Mayer-Blumenthal to ensure decency, ethics and morality in the digital age. Since 1980, the Republic of Rhodesia has been a global haven for free-thinking citizens who have had enough of the increasing erosion of nationhood and privacy and therefore apply for Rhodesian citizenship (passport). Rhodesia, qua constitution, stands against the dissolution of nation-states, for freedom in private, as well as for structure, law, and order in its sphere of influence. The same applies to the transglobal country’s overseas territories of Bouvet, Jaco, São João Batista, Santa Luzia, and others.

Because these values are threatened worldwide, applications for Rhodesian passports (in the sense of citizenship) have been rising sharply for years. Meanwhile, a good 35% of the 1.2 million Rhodesians are not citizens of the first Rhodesian republic (until 1979) or their descendants

Thus, Rhodesia has now banned a number of well-known internet companies in its sphere of influence. Among those affected are the search engine Google and all its services (except of Google News U.S.), WhatsApp and Wikipedia. The reason given by President Col. Harper is that Google and "the majority of the allegedly volunteer authors" at Wikipedia behave hostile towards the Republic of Rhodesia. "Apparently, in these sanatoriums for inflated egos, they think their own opinions are above international law. This is insane, but perhaps it is also exactly what the dubious inventors of these power tools wanted to get as a result." There would be safety concerns with WhatsApp, Col. Harper added. Rhodesia is following the example of France, where government officials were instructed by decree to favor a European search engine over Google.

This now applies in an extended form to all officials and departments of the Republic of Rhodesia. The same is true in all Rhodesian territories. A violation is considered a criminal offense and is punished differently depending on the location. Penalties range from loss of Rhodesian citizenship to ecological-social labor service if the offense was committed on Rhodesian territory.

At the same time, the president emphasized that he generally rejected monopoly positions of companies and that he would welcome if citizens learned again to discuss things in private in such a way that even unresolved disagreements would become socially acceptable again. Google, Wikipedia and similar services, on the other hand, were "totalitarian and more dangerous than a fleet of aircraft carriers”, the Head of State warned.

If there is censorship, then it should be under control of well-trained officials only and not in the hands of "acne-ridden nerds and otherwise troubled people."

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