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The European Union Might Actually Ban Memes

The bloated bureaucracy that is the European Union has confirmed what many of us on the right have been charging for the better part of two years now: the left can’t meme.

In an unprecedented move that may officially spell the end of the west’s status as the bastion of liberal democracy and freedom on the world stage, an EU legislation is pending approval that would effectively require social media platforms to censor “offensive content” and monitor for unlicensed images. In other words, the EU wants to ban memes.

As if Brexit supporters needed yet another reason to affirm their decision…

Make no mistake, if this measure passes, it is the beginning of the end of free speech in the west. Even posting screenshots of news articles could be problematic under this new draconian proposal. Therefore, it is absolutely vital that EU citizens contact their MEPs, and urge them to reject it. If they don’t, they are essentially green-lighting a domino effect that can only end with virtual no civil liberties to speak of.

To learn more about this insane legislation, and what European citizens can do to stop it, hear what InfoWars commentator Paul Joseph Watson had to say about it in the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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