Internet Censorship Part Deux
Welcome to today’s edition of False Flag Terrorism (but this time… on the internet). It has been a while since I did my blog post on Internet Censorship, and some new developments have occurred since then. When we last left of, we discussed things like, the government planning to shut down certain sites in the case of a pandemic. We also talked about Internet Service Providers moving towards having restricted pay per view access to only a selection of corporate and news sites (and charging for any visits outside of these sites).
As I stated in my previous post on this… the internet is the only place left where you can get unbiased information. The diabolical ones control all of the mainstream media. But they don’t control the internet. But they certainly are trying their best. And make no mistake; the battle over the internet will be Armageddon like, just for that reason.
Now of course, governments can’t just come out of the woodwork and say, “We want to take over and enslave the masses, so we are going to have to control and monitor the internet to find any freedom fighters, or anonymous “snitches” and snuff them out.” So they need to create an enemy in order to give them the legitimate excuse to do so. Just like 9/11.
Most people are against censoring the internet… but recent events may change that.
This brings us to this point. If you haven’t heard, recently their have been a couple of bills that have come up that many believed to threaten internet freedom. These bills are SOPA and PIPA (Stop Online Piracy Act-HR 3261, and the Protect IP Act-S 968). These bills were supposedly designed to stop things like piracy online. But most people feel that these bills were really there as a disguise to censor the internet.
The way these bills are written, any site with user content could be shut down (since you can shut down any website with one infringing link). It would be almost impossible to monitor your site under the new laws. And if a corporation wanted to shut you down, they could simply post an anonymous (copyright infringing) link on your site and you would be through.
Well ladies and gentlemen… “The People” made their voice heard! On the 18th of January, thousands of websites from all over the world all came out and protested SOPA and PIPA. The government received thousands of phone calls, e-mails and petitions, and many of them changed their stance on these bills. Obama then came out and said that he would not support the bill.
Now… I’m going to be honest with you. This whole thing seemed suspicious to me. Why? Well… first and foremost, Google and Wikipedia participated in this protest. Now ladies and gentlemen… Why would Google and Wikipedia participate in a protest against internet censorship when they are both in cahoots with the government and participate in censorship themselves?
Secondly, the government (or more specifically, the people who control them) is not stupid. The government knows how to boil the frog slow. So they aren’t going to pass a law on Monday, and shut down all of the conspiracy sites (+ YouTube and Facebook) on Tuesday. That would be too drastic of a measure, and they would be exposing themselves for doing to.
I have spoken many times on how the rulers of this matrix we live in are the dictators. So in order to keep from being overthrown, they give the masses a “political system” where they can “vote” to make them feel like they have a say in their destiny. Because if the people ever knew the truth, then there would be HELL to pay. I spoke on this in my Ron Paul article.
So it’s important for their to be victories given to the people every once in a while so that they wont lose faith in “the system.”
Look… we were victorious. The political system works! Keep writing your congressmen! Keep protesting. It has been successful! Much celebration went on after this last victory… but something else after that happened.
On the 19th of January, in response to the Department of Justice shutting down Megaupload (a file sharing website), a growing group of Hacktivists called Anonymous went on an attack! They shut down the servers of the following websites:
- Department of Justice (Justice.gov)
- Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA.org)
- Universal Music (UniversalMusic.com)
- Belgian Anti-Piracy Federation (Anti-piracy.be/nl/)
- Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA.org)
- Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI.gov)
- HADOPI law site (HADOPI.fr)
- U.S. Copyright Office (Copyright.gov)
- Universal Music France (UniversalMusic.fr)
- Senator Christopher Dodd (ChrisDodd.com)
- Vivendi France (Vivendi.fr)
- The White House (Whitehouse.gov)
- BMI (BMI.com)
- Warner Music Group (WMG.com)
Anonymous then claimed that they had access for all the following servers:
- Capital One
- Chase Bank
- US Bank
- United Nations
- Playstation Network
- Xbox Live
And if the government didn’t reinstate Megaupload in 72 hours, that they would shut down all of these servers to make a statement. They assured that they would not compromise anyone’s personal info (in the case of banks). There message to the people who support SOPA and PIPA is, “We are not f**king playing.“
Okay, now wait a minute. You are upset with the government for shutting down Megaupload… SO YOU SHUT DOWN YOUTUBE? Explain the logic behind that. Now, you may not have to get up early in the morning to fool me. But you do have to at least be up by 3-4 in the evening.
It seems hard for me to believe that someone, something or some entity would have access to all of these servers (though I wont say it’s impossible), and even harder to believe that they would take it out on “the people” (who use Facebook, YouTube, Playstation.. etc), when this is supposed to be about protecting “the people” and their rights. They say that this is to demonstrate their power to those who doubted them… but the aforementioned attack already did so. It’s also hard to believe (the way that the government monitors the internet already) that a group of this many people could “unite” and cause all these problems.
They are even openly giving instructions on how to participate. They say you can’t get caught if everyone executes this action at the same time… but since the government knows all the sites people go to… I would imagine they could make a list of whoever goes to the download link.
Also, Anonymous was reportedly posting links on Twitter that would launch a DDOS attack against the government from that person’s computer without that person knowing, and according to John Kennedy of the Silicon Republic, even those users who didn’t know could be prosecuted and thrown in jail.
Could this be the boogieman terrorist that gives the U.S. Government the excuse it needs to more closely monitor the internet, shut down the internet… or better yet, “snuff out” those dissenters? Could the repercussions (people – some being innocent going to jail) scare the population into submission (even themselves asking for more “control” over the internet).
I mean after all, if they are shutting down whitehouse.gov, and victimizing innocent people, then all of us are in danger… right? This is a matter of National Security! We can’t let this anonymous internet terrorist threat on the internet take over our servers!
But you know what? I could be wrong. I certainly have been before. Maybe their really is a freedom fighting underground group out there fighting for freedom. And maybe this latest plan (shutting down facebook) is someone (the government?) pretending to be Anonymous. Either way… it can play in the governments favor.
This all remains to be seen. But right now… the next target of server crashing action is Facebook, 12:00am, January 28th. We shall see.
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