The EZFKA government is upset that Australian citizens are writing mean things about the actions of government online, after nearly two years of holding them hostage with blackmail and infringing on freedoms.
Claims of ‘right-wing extremism’ and a rise in ‘angry, anti-government rhetoric online’ has caused concern for authoritarians across the nation, with calls from security contract lobbyists for added protection for MP’s.
PM Scott Morrison stated he was concerned for MP’s safety and would be looking for more ways to take freedoms away from everyone else, while safeguarding freedom from scrutiny or consequence for anyone in parliament house.
“I don’t understand what they’re so angry about, but we’ve been trying to manufacture consent for this for ages so now is the best time for a crackdown,” Morrison said.
“I will be using this to fast track the pre-planned banning of anonymity online and completing our censorship program through the Digital Identity 2021 plan. The only solution to this is to inflame things via censorship.”
Morrison stated he would be working with the tech giants to hunt down dissidents.