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Alex Jones: Secret Bilderberg Agenda Leaked by Mole

Posted in Alex Jones, Big Brother, Net Neutrality with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 9, 2011 by saynsumthn

FULL STORY HERE

The elite now meeting behind closed door in the Switzerland are pushing for a wider war and incalculable suffering in the Middle East.

The money masters have long profited from war and mass murder. Nathan Rothschild made a financial bet on Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo and while also funding the Duke of Wellington’s peninsular campaign against Napoleon. The House of Rothschild financed the Prussian War, the Crimean War and the British attempt to seize the Suez Canal from the French and also financed the Mexican War and the Civil War in the U.S.

In addition to worrying about Congress waking up to the Libyan scam, the global elite is also concerned about a diverse liberty movement that has grown exponentially with the help of an open and free internet.

In response, the pocketed pawns in Congress have introduced a raft of bills over the last few months designed to take down the internet and blunt its impact as a medium for alternative news and information….

Finally, the Bilderbergers will work on an effort to sucker an already economically besieged American public into further fantastic debt producing bankster bailouts, specifically for Greece, Ireland, Portugal, and other member EU nations sliding toward bankruptcy and social disruption on a monumental scale.

Ron Paul On WikiLeaks “This Is A Deliberate Attempt To Close Down The Internet”

Posted in free speech, Net Neutrality with tags , , , , , , , on December 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

Journalism in Peril? FCC commissioner calling for Government control of media

Posted in Censorship, Fairness Doctrine, Net Neutrality with tags , , , , , , , on December 3, 2010 by saynsumthn

The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits Congress from making any law “respecting an establishment of religion”, impeding the free exercise of religion, infringing on the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.

FCC Commissioner Wants to Test the ‘Public Value’ of Every Broadcast Station
Friday, December 03, 2010
By Susan Jones

(CNSNews.com) – American journalism is in “grave peril,” FCC Commissioner Michael Copps says, and to bolster “traditional media,” he said the Federal Communications Commission should conduct a “public value test” of every commercial broadcast station at relicensing time.

In a speech at the Columbia University School of Journalism in New York on Thursday, Copps also said station relicensing should happen every four years instead of the current eight.

“If a station passes the Public Value Test, it of course keeps the license it has earned to use the people’s airwaves,” Copps said. “If not, it goes on probation for a year, renewable for an additional year if it demonstrates measurable progress. If the station fails again, give the license to someone who will use it to serve the public interest.”

Ever since Barack Obama became president, prominent conservatives have warned about liberal efforts to squelch conservative and Christian talk-radio.

Although Copps has said the FCC will not reinstate the Fairness Doctrine, his prescription for “testing” commercial broadcast stations (see below) will alarm defenders of free speech and free enterprise.

Copps said the FCC and Congress in the future will need to examine the rules governing the structure of media ownership. And he advocated increasing support for public broadcasting, which he described as “the jewel of our media landscape.”

Copps was introduced to the audience at Columbia by veteran PBS journalist Bill Moyers, something that thrilled Copps: “No one stands higher in my pantheon of citizen heroes than you, and I can think of no journalist, contemporary or at any time across the annals of our past, who has contributed so much to democracy’s dialogue,” Copps said of the liberal Moyers.

Full report here

REVERSAL ON: TSA to Block “Controversial Opinion” on the Web

Posted in free speech, Internet, Net Neutrality with tags , , , , , , , , on July 7, 2010 by saynsumthn

CBS: TSA Reverses “Controversial Opinion” Web Policy

Responding to a story first reported by CBS News on Saturday, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) today said it, “uses a security technology to limit access to categories of web sites that pose an increased security risk. TSA does not block access to critical commentary about the organization…”

According to an internal email obtained by CBS News, the TSA implemented a new policy blocking its employees from accessing any websites that contain a “controversial opinion” on work computers.

“This policy is terrible,” said Louis Maltby, President of the National Workrights Institute, a non-profit group that advocates for workplace rights. Maltby points out that anything on the internet could be deemed controversial and if blocked, in some cases, could cross the line of violating a worker’s right to information.

Employees of the TSA, responsible for nation’s airport security, were informed of the new policy Friday in an internal memo. The memo states that websites with a “controversial opinion” are “inappropriate for government access” in addition to any websites that have “Chat/Messaging”, “Criminal activity”, “Extreme violence (including cartoon violence) and gruesome content” and “Gaming” – all of which are now being blocked.

In response, the TSA sent the following statement to CBS News Tuesday:

TSA routinely makes improvements to our information technology systems to stay ahead of evolving cyber threats to keep our systems secure. As part of this continued effort, TSA uses a security technology to limit access to categories of web sites that pose an increased security risk. TSA does not block access to critical commentary about the organization and in fact expressly created the TSA IdeaFactory and the TSA Blog to promote diverse opinions. TSA employees will be able to access web sites required for work purposes.”

In additon, a TSA spokesperson says the “TSA Blog was founded in 2008 to engage the public in an open dialogue and is open to both the public and employees.”

Original Report:

**Updated Blog 8:20 pm, 7/6/10: TSA Reverses “Controversial Opinion” Web Policy (ABOVE)
**Updated 7/6/10 with TSA response. Read the blog here.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is blocking certain websites from the federal agency’s computers, including halting access by staffers to any Internet pages that contain a “controversial opinion,” according to an internal email obtained by CBS News.
The email was sent to all TSA employees from the Office of Information Technology on Friday afternoon.
It states that as of July 1, TSA employees will no longer be allowed to access five categories of websites that have been deemed “inappropriate for government access.”
The categories include:
??? Chat/Messaging
??? Controversial opinion
??? Criminal activity
??? Extreme violence (including cartoon violence) and gruesome content
??? Gaming
The email does not specify how the TSA will determine if a website expresses a “controversial opinion.”
There is also no explanation as to why controversial opinions are being blocked, although the email stated that some of the restricted websites violate the Employee Responsibilities and Conduct policy.
The TSA did not return calls seeking comment by publication time.

Kill Switch: Obama Can Shut Down Internet For 4 Months Under New Emergency Powers

Posted in free speech, Internet, Net Neutrality with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 25, 2010 by saynsumthn

Published on 06-25-2010

The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee yesterday unanimously approved a major cybersecurity legislation that would structure how the federal government protects public and private sector cyber networks.

Crafted by Ranking Member Susan Collins and Sens. Joe Lieberman and Tom Carper, the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act of 2010 calls for the creation of a White House Office of Cyberspace Policy to spearhead federal and private sector efforts to secure critical cyber networks and assets. The office would be headed by a Senate-confirmed director who would be accountable to the public. The bill also creates a new center within the Department of Homeland Security to adopt cybersecurity policies related to federal and private sector networks.

“Catastrophic cyber attack is no longer a fantasy or a fiction,” Lieberman said. “It is a clear and present danger. This legislation would fundamentally reshape the way the federal government defends America’s cyberspace. It takes a comprehensive, risk-based, and collaborative approach to addressing critical vulnerabilities in our own defenses. We believe our bill would go a long way toward improving the security of our government and private critical infrastructure, and therefore the security of the American people.”

Collins said it is important to realize the threat of a catastrophic cyber attack is not theoretical, but very real. The sergeant at arms has reported the computer systems in executive branch agencies and in congressional agencies are now under cyber attack an average of 1.8 billion times a month, a number she called “extraordinary.”

“Cyber crime costs our national economy billions of dollars annually,” Collins said. “And intelligence officials have warned over and over again that these attacks are becoming more and more sophisticated. The fact is: We cannot fail to act. We can’t wait until there is a cyber 9/11 and say, ‘Why didn’t we act? We knew this was coming.’ The attacks are ongoing even as we meet. So we must act, and I believe we have drafted a responsible bill to do so.”

Although society has reaped enormous benefits from the use of the Internet, adversaries have identified cyberspace as an ideal 21st-century battlefield, Carper said.
“We have to take steps now to modernize our approach to protecting this valuable, but vulnerable, resource,” he said. “This legislation is a vital tool that America needs to better protect cyber space. It encourages the government and the private sector to work together to address this growing threat and provides the tools and resources for America to be successful in this critical effort.”

DRUDGE:

Senator Joe Lieberman, co-author of a bill that would give President Obama a ‘kill switch’ to shut down parts of the Internet, attempted to reassure CNN viewers that concerns about the government regulating free speech on the web were overblown, but he only stoked more alarm by citing China, a country that censors all online dissent against the state, as the model to which American should compare itself.

During an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Lieberman characterized concerns that his 197-page Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act (PDF) legislation represents an attempt to hand Obama “absolute power” over the Internet as “total misinformation,” adding that people were “intentionally peddling misinformation”.

Lieberman again invoked “cybersecurity” as the motivation behind the bill and tried to assuage the worries of critics. “So I say to my friends on the Internet, relax. Take a look at the bill. And this is something that we need to protect our country,” said the Senator.

However, Lieberman’s choice of comparison in justifying the necessity of the bill will only serve to heighten concerns that the government is going after free speech.

Socialism explained by former KGB agent- vintage interview warns America

Posted in Fascism, free speech, KGB, Net Neutrality, Obama, Socialism with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 5, 2010 by saynsumthn

Former KGB agent Explains Ideological Subversion and brain washing warns America “No place for future dissenters in America”.
Yuri Bezmenov is a former KGB agent and an expert on ideological subversion. He discusses the slow process of demoralization that transformed America from a conservative and mostly homogeneous country into a socially-marxist and egalitarian one.

Interview conducted by Edward Griffin in 1985.

” You cannot change their mind – even if you expose them to authentic information”

“No place for future dissenters in America…In Future these people will be simply squashed – like roaches.”

“Exposure to true information does not matter anymore…Even if I take him by force and show him a concentration camp- he will refuse to believe it, until he is going to receive a kick in his fat bottom.”

The first phase is demoralization. It takes between 15 and 20 years to demoralize a nation. Why so long? Because this is the minimum number of years required to educate a generation of students in the target country, and to expose the opposing ideology. In other words, the Marxist-Leninist ideology is being injected into the malleable minds of at least 3 generations of young Americans, without resistance, without being cons-balanced by the basic values of America or American patriotism.

The main activity of the department was to compile huge amounts of information on individuals who were then being used to influence public opinion. Publishers, writers, journalists, actors, educators, professors of political science, MPs, businessmen … Most of these people were divided into two groups: those who supported the policy of the Soviet regime were promoted to positions of power. through the manipulation of public opinion and media. Those who refused the influence of communism in their country, their reputation was ruined. Or they were executed. Physically. Revolution forces.

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Yuri Bezmenov: the useful idiots of socialism

Presented for the first subtitled in French, this interview, although dating from 1985, is a rare news. Yuri Bezmenov, ex-KGB agent spent in the West in the 1970 recounts in detail the techniques of destabilization and manipulation of public opinion.

This interview can understand why, in 2007, we still contend with a left lunar why so many teachers continue to undermine formatted generations of schoolchildren and students and why the fight against Marxist socialism, despite all the evidence its harmfulness, is always on the agenda.

Yuri Bezmenov shows how the socialist-communist bloc:
• knowingly implemented a comprehensive manipulation of public opinion and elites worldwide.
• conditioned schoolchildren and students to Western socialist ideals on at least three generations. This task was in his 85% of the activity of the KGB.
• systematically recruited all opinion leaders in the West for influence and destabilize the non-Communist world.
• conditioned and “de-moralized” (loss of value) of entire sections of society, become “useful idiots” of socialism.

In a lecture he remains traces on the Internet, Yuri Bezmenov – aka Thomas Schuman – gave further guidance on techniques designed to destabilize the western nations. Among these strategies of destabilization, he cites include:

• sabotage units of national, ethnic, racial, religious, linguistic
• ridicule of patriotism by degrading the level of a mental illness (psychotic)
• encouragement of the political turmoil in the world of work by politicizing the trade unions.

We have thus far both feet in and we have not changed the world: we’re still the heirs of the Cold War. It is now inside the tent of disease spread. And the “useful idiots” are also still active.

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Demoralization of America

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Google censors “Alex Jones” for speaking against President Obama

Posted in Alex Jones, Censorship, Internet, Media Bias, Net Neutrality, New World Order with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 18, 2010 by saynsumthn

Alex Jones exposes Google ban on ‘hate’ merchants
Aaron Dykes & Alex Jones
Infowars.com
February 18, 2010

Google and other powerful forces are testing the limits of Internet censorship on all conceivable fronts. Not only is content filtering taking place at a national and regional level, first in places like China, and now Australia, but policies limiting individual speech agreed upon at the corporate level and above are placed upon individuals, who have no say in the matter.
Thus web participation is subject to a set of criteria. Google’s merchant policies have blacklisted Alex Jones and other outlets like him for unjustified reasons and selectively blocked his DVDs from being sold through their venue.

Vague terms like “anti” and “violence” have been used to block Infowars.com and PrisonPlanet.com, The Obama Deception, the Fall of the Republic, and other entities critical of policies on the part of governments, NGOs, world institutions, etc. Yet no specific complaint or ‘charge’ has been declared.

Its abuses may be partially cloaked behind its distinctions as a private business, but Google, expanding its domination of the web every day, has spread out and now controls many actions of individuals. Watch the video, and join Alex in fighting back against the incremental approach to control and censor the Internet. Keep the Internet free, and support the websites dedicated to exposing abuses and working towards free access, privacy and the uncontrolled flow of information, alternative news and communication.