An opponent of “net neutrality” is explaining why the free market and religious groups should be concerned about the Federal Communications Commission’s impending order.

Seton Motley, president of Less Government and editor in chief of, says the ultimate objective of net neutrality is to drive out all private investment.

“The godfather of the media reform movement, a man by the name of Robert McChesney, said [net] neutrality does not commandeer control of the Internet,” Motley cites. “‘We’re not at the point yet,’ he actually uses that sentence, ‘but the ultimate objective is to eradicate the media capitalists from the phone and cable companies and to divest them from control.'”

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