Australia Ramps Up Fight Against Elon Musk And The Truth

After a video of an Islamic terrorist attack on a church in Australia went viral on X, formerly known as Twitter, the Australian government began ramping up its demands for censorship on the platform — but the government’s demands weren’t just an effort to hide the truth from its own citizens, as Australia apparently wants to control what everyone in the world is allowed to see.

Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel, an Assyrian Orthodox bishop from the Christ the Good Shepherd Church in Wakeley, Australia, was stabbed six times by an Islamic terrorist on April 15. Four other individuals suffered non-life-threatening injuries during the terrorist attack. Emmanuel and the other injured parishioners were taken to the hospital, and all of them survived their injuries. A 15-year-old boy was taken into custody for the attack.

After the video of the attack was shared on X, the Australian government threatened to fine the social media company more than a half-million dollars per day if it did not remove videos of the incident entirely.

X responded to the order by disabling the content in Australia, but X owner Elon Musk has refused to prevent the rest of the world from seeing the truth. The bishop who was the victim of the brutal attack has agreed with Musk’s decision, stating that he wants the videos to remain on the platform.

In a post, the official X Global Affairs account noted that the platform would be filing a legal challenge against the censorship efforts.

“While X respects the right of a country to enforce its laws within its jurisdiction, the eSafety Commissioner does not have the authority to dictate what content X’s users can see globally. We will robustly challenge this unlawful and dangerous approach in court,” X noted. “Global takedown orders go against the very principles of a free and open internet and threaten free speech everywhere.”

The efforts to control what information the Australian people and the rest of the world can see came from authoritarian tyrant Julie Inman Grant, Australia’s eSafety Commissioner — a dual American and Australian citizen who previously worked at Twitter and is part of the World Economic Forum’s “Global Coalition for Digital Safety.”

Meanwhile, this is just the latest escalation of Grant’s push for global censorship, as the tyrant has been forcing social media companies to bend to her will for some time now, especially related to protecting the LGBT community from any criticism or consequences for their behavior. Daily Wire host Michael Knowles has been following this issue, and has posted a thread on X detailing Grant’s actions.

He noted in one post that Grant had “demanded that @ReduxxMag, an international publication, delete a story about an American man who lives in Australia, plays women’s soccer, and allegedly injured real women. X had to censor the story for Australian users.”

Knowles went on to point out one of the most disturbing censorship efforts — Grant’s demand to block the world from seeing evidence of illegal and abhorrent actions from a woman pretending to be a man who had been hired by the United Nations to draft “care” guidelines for gender-confused individuals. Grant demanded that activist “Billboard Chris” delete his post calling out the woman, who uses the name Teddy Cook, for posting seriously depraved content on her social media that included bestiality.

Musk has responded to the Australian official’s apparent belief that she should be the arbiter of truth for the entire globe, writing: “Our concern is that if ANY country is allowed to censor content for ALL countries, which is what the Australian ‘eSafety Commissar’ is demanding, then what is to stop any country from controlling the entire Internet? We have already censored the content in question for Australia, pending legal appeal, and it is stored only on servers in the USA.”

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