Last Updated on May 9, 2023
The Biden-backed installation of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Lula) as President of Brazil has led to massive censorship in the South American nation, as Lula’s pro-CCP and WEF government moves to end free speech and stifle voices of dissent.
Brazilian President Lula has led an authoritarian crackdown against free speech and the free press since his installation as Brazil’s President in a hotly-contested 2022 electronic election that was marred with globalist interference from the CCP, WEF, and United States government.
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Bill 2630, which has been dubbed the “Fake News Bill” by the Brazilian government, aims to censor the press by setting up a government-run truth ministry to dub stories the Lula government disagrees with as “fake news” and “hate speech.” The bill has been met with widespread resistance among Brazilian freedom activists and observers from all over the world, even those who promoted Lula’s 2022 campaign for President.
In the wake of the bill’s deliberation, even Big Tech firms like Google and Meta (formerly Facebook), which have collaborated with governments around the world to stifle the free exchange of information, have spoken out against the “Fake News” legislation. As a result, Lula’s government is threatening them with massive fines.
Google recently published an op-ed opposing the legislation and in response, the Brazilian government has attempted to impose a fine of $200,000 for every hour that the article was viewable online. In the face of pressure from Lula’s government, Google folded and removed the article from the internet.
Furthermore, Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Alexandre de Moraes, a hardcore leftist and loyal Lula follower who has taken a leading role in suppressing free speech all over the country, has ordered the heads of Google and Meta to meet with Brazilian law enforcement authorities and explain their reasons for opposing the legislation and why they’ve done so publicly.
According to de Moraes, opposition to the bill by the corporations could be classified as the illegal spreading of “misinformation” and punishments could be imposed.
Similarly, the Lula government has attempted to take down Telegram, the free speech messaging and posting app that has achieved widespread popularity. Telegram executives have also publicly opposed the Brazilian anti-speech legislation.
This story is developing. Stick with National File for updates as they become available.
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