France Moves to Make ‘Conspiracy Theories’ Illegal by Government Decree

<b>by <a href=””>Ian R Thorpe</a></b> (<i>This post has taken a while to get here because for us amateur (in the truest sense of the word) social commentators, real life often clashes with our online projects.)</i>

Some say the Paris terror attacks in November 2015 were another false flag incident intended to spread fear and panic and persuade the public that civilized societies face an existential threat, and we must surrender certain rights and liberties in order that the authorities may save us. I would not go that far, but it is undeniable that increasingly authoritarian governments are using heightened fear of terror attacks to move in the direction of suppressing liberty.

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France moves to make ‘conspiracy theories’ illegal by government decree.

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