Bernie Sanders’ sweeping broadband plan dubs high-speed internet a ‘basic human right’
“The internet in this country costs too damn much,” according to Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who released a plan on Friday to spend $150 billion on high-speed universal internet service.
Sanders’ sweeping plan dubs high-speed internet service a “basic human right” that should be handled like the New Deal treated electricity at the beginning of the 20th Century.
Let’s make it easier, a new Constitutional Amendment entitled “I WANT IT!”.
We get it, you want us to pay for everything you (think) you deserve. And you don’t want to work at all to pay for any of it. We get it. We really do!
No. The answer is NO!
The purpose of promoting high speed internet as a basic human right is to ensure the right of government through the proxy of big data companies to monitor its citizens. It’s the wet dream of the inner party to know at all times what its income providers are doing. Orwell just missed by many orders of magnitude.
Forget the SMOD,
Now it’s Sweet Carrington Event.