After a Murder Over Mask-Wearing, German Authorities Are Cracking Down on Voices against Vaccines and Blockades on Telegram

Translated by: MOS Translation Team – Lakers

National Pulse reported on September 25 that the German government began pressuring social media platforms to censor groups over what has become known as “corona misinformation,” starting with the alleged killing of a gas station cashier on September 18 in an argument with a customer over the wearing of a mask.

Thuringia’s Interior Minister George Meltbeck requested that Telegram be urgently regulated and classified as a social network, rather than a messaging platform, in order to impose the new rules on the platform. Currently, Germany’s cyber enforcement law requires that social media platforms remove any content that the government deems “criminal” and even report it to the Federal Bureau of Criminal Policy.

Despite the overwhelming evidence that mainstream politicians, health officials, and mainstream media outlets have spread misinformation on topics such as masks, vaccines, and pandemics, no social media platform has removed their accounts.

The Whistleblowers’ Movement has been flagrantly spreading the word to the world that the CCP virus and vaccines are unlimited biowarfare weapons of the CCP. The government cannot use the trust of the people to implement authoritarian policies and force people to get vaccinated. The only trusted platforms for us to speak out and spread the truth are G|TV, G|NEWS and GETTR.

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Source: https://thenationalpulse.com/news/after-a-murder-over-mask-wearing-authorities-are-cracking-down-on-covid-skeptics-on-telegram/

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