Russian lawmaker wants BRICS to CREATE ITS OWN INTERNET free of Western influence
By Arsenio Toledo // Nov 22, 2023

A Russian member of parliament has suggested that the BRICS bloc should create its own alternative internet, free of Western influence.

Russian politician Dmitry Gusev, first deputy chairman of the State Duma Control Committee, proposed that Russia should develop this alternative internet in collaboration with other BRICS nations. (Related: Russian lawmaker says BRICS should create its own alternative internet to preserve traditional values.)

Gusev claimed that this "single inclusive BRICS+ cyberspace" is meant to be "an internet where traditional values and goodness prevail." In a document submitted to Maksut Shadaev, the head of the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media, Gusev proposed that this new BRICS-exclusive internet could be implemented "using technical, organizational and civilizational capabilities common to the entire association."

"Everything we've been warning about, everything we've been extremely concerned about, is coming to fruition," warned Josh Sigurdson of "World Alternative Media," who sees the creation of a parallel internet within BRICS as another means of globalist repression. "This is exactly what we've been warning about for quite some time because, at the end of the day, we will see in this [Great] Reset, a reset of everything, not just the economy, not just culture, but of course what we use every single day to communicate with each other."

Other BRICS members receptive to creating alternative internet

The global internet is currently dominated by the United States and other Western-aligned Big Tech corporations, with the world's most popular social media platforms, news outlets and other entertainment sources on the internet emerging from the West.

China has already expressed its receptiveness to this idea, with Chinese President Xi Jinping stating his desire to create a more controlling media and entertainment ecosystem.

"We advocate prioritizing development and building a more inclusive and prosperous cyberspace," he said at the recent World Internet Conference in Wuzhen in eastern China.

What this information shows is that BRICS, which now comprises 11 countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – has two main goals ahead of it. The first is dethroning the supremacy of the U.S. dollar in global finance, and the second is to remove U.S. dominance over the internet.

Journalist Joshua Ramos, writing for Watcher Guru, even pointed out how the creation of a parallel internet ecosystem could be the foundation for a larger plan to control the emerging world of digital finance.

"Plans for a BRICS cyberspace would create yet another avenue for a multipolar world. However, it would also set the stage for a more inclusive and BRICS-focused approach to digital finance," wrote Ramos. "A digitally connected BRICS bloc would make the prospect of a digital currency shared by the bloc easier. Thus, setting in motion the alternative currency project that has long been discussed by the collective."

Watch this episode of "World Alternative Media" where host Josh Sigurdson warns against the creation of a parallel internet that could be controlled by globalists and authoritarians.

This video is from the Diane Sosen channel on Brighteon.com.

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Sources include:

Brighteon.com

RT.com

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