NATO & Russia and the introduction of official censorship in the EU.

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First: NATO Unveils Dramatic Russian Armed Forces Technology Leap

NATO Unveils Shocking Russian Armed Forces Technology Leap In a remarkable display of military modernization and innovation, the Russian Armed Forces unveiled a series of cutting-edge advances that will surprise NATO in 2023.

Power of the Russian military.

1. Hypersonic weapons take center stage

2. Quantum advances for seamless communications

3. AI and autonomous systems revolutionize warfare

4. Electromagnetic warfare redefines power conflicts

5. Next-generation stealth and counter-stealth technologies as Russia invests in its armed forces moving forward and exploiting emerging technologies, NATO is facing a rapidly evolving strategic landscape The surprises that unfolded in 2023 demonstrated Russia’s determination to position itself as a powerful global player, challenging NATO’s traditional hegemony and forcing a reassessment of defense and security strategies.

While the international community grapples with the implications of these developments, one thing is certain: the Russian Armed Forces have ushered in a new era of military capability, which demands a creative and strategic response from NATO and other global stakeholders.

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It has always been Putins plan to attack the West and has been preparing. Problem with the WEST/EU the establishment of a one world one government dictate and within this drive blinded. Did fall for their own created propaganda/censorship and lost of reality.

No wonder the US and its NATO vassals states Europe are militarily defeated and humiliated in the Ukraine battlefields. The NATO weapons are obsolete and junks when facing the high tech Russian military. They’re years behind the Russia military and they can never catch up. The Russian military tech are always in advance and superior than those of NATO. No wonder the US and its NATO vassals states Europe are militarily defeated and humiliated in the Ukraine battlefields. The NATO weapons are obsolete and junks when facing the high tech Russian military. They’re years behind the Russia military and they can never catch up. The Russian military tech are always in advance and superior than those of NATO.

The narrative and the EU

Journalist David Boos from the German news outlet Tichys Einblicke commented on the EU regulation, stating that “The DSA is a typical Trojan horse from Brussels, promising greater transparency to users on the Internet via personalized advertising, but distinguished primarily by its regulation of ‘hate’ and ‘disinformation’ and the determined introduction of governmental and supranational control agencies.”

Recent history:

As of August 25, large online platforms operating in Europe will have to abide by the rules laid out in the Digital Services Act, or face an immense fine of up to 6 percent of their annual global revenue. 

Featured ImageThierry Breton, European commissioner for internal market, speaks during a panel talk at the 2020 Munich Security Conference (MSC) on February 15, 2020, in Munich, GermanyJohannes Simon/Getty Images


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(LifeSiteNews) — The European Union’s (EU) “Digital Services Act” (DSA) has taken effect today, granting the European Commission power to censor “disinformation” and “hate speech” online. 

As of August 25, large online platforms operating in Europe will have to abide by the rules laid out in the DSA, or face an immense fine of up to 6 percent of their annual global revenue. 

The EU Commissioner for Internal Market, Thierry Breton, even threatened to shut down social media platforms if they do not comply with the rules in the case of civil unrest, like the recent riots in France.  

“We would have teams that could intervene immediately,” Breton said in an interview. “If those responsible didn’t act immediately, we could not only fine them but also ban the operation of the platforms in our territory.” 

Journalist David Boos from the German news outlet Tichys Einblicke commented on the EU regulation, stating that “The DSA is a typical Trojan horse from Brussels, promising greater transparency to users on the Internet via personalized advertising, but distinguished primarily by its regulation of ‘hate’ and ‘disinformation’ and the determined introduction of governmental and supranational control agencies.”

READ: Macron suggests French gov’t should ‘cut off’ social media during violent riots 

Online networks with more than 45 million European users will be immediately affected by the DSA; this includes Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Google, YouTube, Wikipedia, and X/Twitter, among others. Smaller online platforms must abide by the DSA rules beginning in 2024.  

The DSA also applies to some European countries that are not members of the EU, like Switzerland, Iceland, and Norway. 

An integral part of the new regulation is limiting so-called “disinformation” and “hate speech.” 

While the regulation generally aim only to ban content the EU deems illegal or dangerous in the country that is affected by it, the European Commission has the right to extend the scope of its censorship to all European countries if it deems it necessary. 

Paragraph 36 of the DSA states the following: 

In particular in a cross-border context, the effect of the order should in principle be limited to the territory of the issuing Member State, unless the illegality of the content derives directly from Union law or the issuing authority considers that the rights at stake require a wider territorial scope, in accordance with Union and international law, while taking into account the interests of international comity. 

The vice-president of the European Commission’s “Values and Transparency” department, Věra Jourová, said that the EU legislators are allegedly particularly worried about Russian interference in the 2024 EU elections. 

“Cooperation among signatories and the high number of new organizations willing to sign the new Code of Practice show that it has become an effective and dynamic instrument to fight disinformation,” Jourová stated. 

“However, progress remains too slow on crucial aspects, especially when it comes to dealing with pro-Kremlin war propaganda or independent access to data. The Code should also start addressing new threats such as misuse of generative AI.” 

“As we prepare for the 2024 EU elections, I call on platforms to increase their efforts in fighting disinformation and address Russian information manipulation, and this in all Member States and languages, whether big or small.” 

Interestingly, social media platforms initially censored the infamous Hunter Biden laptop story in October 2020 due to the false claim that it was Russian disinformation. The story turned out to be accurate, and its suppression, according to some polls, may have swayed the outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election in Joe Biden’s favor. 

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