Re: This is a joke?
"Facebook, Twitter and Google are responsible for terrorist attacks in the West by “consciously failing to combat the use of their sites to promote terrorism and killings.”"
I agree with Baldy50 above; it's a direct result of recent western governmental foreign policies, largely driven by the U.S.A. who need to keep their large standing army ('army' in this case includes naval and air forces) occupied; a large standing army with nothing to do will start to find things to do on its own, at which point they're no longer controlled by their government.
As for "plac[ing] the blame for young Muslims being “radicalised” on those operating social media sites" - this precludes the idea that anyone can actually think for themselves and come to their own conclusions.
"This blame was apportioned despite the committee also acknowledging that witnesses it had summoned agreed “that there does not appear to be any clear template for the factors which might lead to radicalisation.”" - Yes, we take evidence into account (but ignore it if it doesn't suit our current agenda).
"We should utilise the brightest talent of the world’s creative industries..." - more fscking pop-up ads. Hmm... I wonder how the ad-blockers will handle this.
"Vaz also recommended that the press be responsible for promoting “counter-narratives”, and in particular “should refrain from using the term ‘so-called Islamic State’, and should instead refer to ‘Daesh’." - Oh yes, calling people names is both very grown-up and proven to be an effective deterrent.
"“We believe that young people’s lack of ability or awareness of the need to critically challenge their beliefs is also central to the problems we have found,” the committee also reported." - Yes, young people are especially stupid.
Let me make it clear that I do not support terrorism and personally believe that religion is a mental illness (YMMV), but I don't support politicians who treat me like an idiot either.