Indian Govt Blocks Web Access -- Hello? the threat is from Government not business!

The Washington Post reports today that the Indian government ordered Indian ISPs to block acccess to many websites and blogs. Now the second most populous country, India, in addition to China, the most populous country, are blocking free and open access to the Internet.

Why oh why do the american neutrality-ites think it is a good idea to invite the Federal government of the world's third most populous country into the business of policing bit traffic, when there isn't even a problem? Is it because neutrality-ites trust the government more than business? I think so. At the core of the net neutrality movement is a deep anti-business, anti-capitalism, pro-big-government bent. 

The more I am involved with this NN debate, the more I am convinced it is a philosophical debate between free marketeers and those that are anti-business/pro-government; between a free-market Internet and a "Socialized-Internet."

This quote encapsulates my view:

“Liberty has never come from government. Liberty has always come from
the subjects of government. The history of liberty is a history of resistance.
The history of liberty is a history of limitations of government power,
not the increase of it.” - Woodrow Wilson, September 9, 1912

Quote care of Jason Wright