Law of Blood
Category: Internet Law
Dear Mr. President:
Please don’t be angry with we the American people. Many of us absolutely love you, your style of governing, your resistance to the Freemason controlled Zionist powers we suffer from here, in essence you would make a wonderful American president. Please realize that the American people have lost complete control of whom we have in political offices, as our voting system here is now completely corrupted and manipulated. Americans are kind hearted people who seem rather unwilling to chase these Zionists out of their palaces with torch bearing mobs, but we desperately want free of the disgusting Freemasonic influences ruining our country and destroying our image internationally. We are being held hostage by psychopaths in office, so if you do anything to America Sir, please let it be this: HELP US TO BE FREE OF THESE EVIL MEN. We beg you.
We love you very much, Sir.
Sir James Robert Wright KT
Уважаемый господин Президент:
Пожалуйста, не сердитесь на мы американского народа. Многие из нас очень люблю вас, ваш стиль правления, ваша устойчивость к масоном контролируемых сионистских сил мы страдаем отсюда, по сути вы сделали бы замечательный американский президент. Следует понимать, что американский народ потерял полный контроль над которыми у нас в политических офисах, так как наша система голосования здесь теперь полностью поврежден и манипулировать. Американцы рода сердечные люди, которые, кажется, а не желают преследовать эти сионистов из своих дворцов с факел подшипник мобов, но мы отчаянно хотим освободиться от отвратительных масонских влияний, разрушающих нашу страну и разрушающих наш имидж на международном уровне. Мы в заложниках у психопатов в офисе, так что если вы на все, чтобы Америка Сэр, пожалуйста, пусть это будет так: ПОМОЧЬ США быть свободным от этих злых людей. Мы просим вас.
Мы тебя очень люблю, сэр.
Сэр Джеймс Роберт Райт KT
Sunday July 18, 2010
A viral You Tube upload of one of Alex Jones’ most popular feature films ‘The Obama Deception’ has been censored following a spur of the moment campaign to elevate the movie to the top of the major Internet search engines.
Readers have asked why we do not simply re-upload the film to You Tube – however, this is not the overriding issue. Aside from the gross violation of the first amendment, the fact that this censorship has taken place means that the multitude of links to this version of the video, which had received some 6.5 million views, will now be dead throughout the entire web.
Could it really be a coincidence that the upload was censored since the film had become the top link when simply searching “Obama”?
Following a rallying call last week by Jones to propel ‘The Obama Deception’ to the top of search engine listings, the film had also begun to receive fresh reviews from newspapers and online journals alike.
“This was a criminal act, and You Tube needs to investigate, track the IP and find out who did it,” Alex Jones said. “The Obama Deception was getting more and more popular, and the establishment doesn’t like the fact that it exposes the Left-Right paradigm and identifies Obama as a puppet,” he added.
The film is currently being re-uploaded, a relatively lengthy process with you Tube due to file compression issues.
Obama’s Telling Assault Against Personal Privacy
~Lee Bellinger, Publisher
The Obama Administration’s assault on privacy is occurring on so many fronts that it is difficult to keep up with all the skirmishes. Let me share with you one example of over-reaching that has (thankfully) been pushed back for the moment.
Under pressure from privacy groups and in the wake of embarrassing publicity, the Obama Department of Justice has backed off its position that it can retrieve and read the email of any U.S. citizen without a court order.
A major privacy coalition had formed to oppose this latest power-grab which had been directed at Yahoo by the Obama Justice Department. The coalition includes the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the Progress and Freedom Foundation, the Computer and Communications Industry Association, and even Google. (Google executives are not known for their concern about privacy, but this Obama Administration move has even gotten their hackles up.)
Privacy Advocates Note the Federal Assault Against Personal Sovereignty
The privacy coalition warned in a friend-of-the-court brief: “Society expects and relies on the privacy of email messages just as it relies on the privacy of the telephone system… the largest email services are popular precisely because they offer huge amounts of computer disc space in the ‘Internet cloud’ within which users can warehouse their emails for perpetual storage.”
Unfortunately, this “step back” by the federal government was the consequence of bad publicity, not a true change of heart.
Which means almost certainly they will try again, potentially in the following scenarios:
In the wake of another terrorism crisis;
By inserting and burying the necessary legal language into a must-pass piece of future legislation;
By quietly forcing Google and Yahoo to cede to government demands to root through emails through regulatory, financial, or other form of pressure — such as giving one competitor an advantage over another based on compliance;
Embracing international covenants, agreements, or treaties which “require” the U.S. government to snoop through private emails; A combination of options 1-4 listed above.
CNET News writer Declan McCullagh noted another trend on April 21: “Internet service providers could become copyright cops encouraged to block access to suspected pirate web sites,” according to a proposed digital copyright treaty.
To date, both the Bush and Obama Administration have resisted efforts by civil libertarians to obtain disclosure of secret protocols buried in the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
In 2009, the Obama White House invoked an executive order saying disclosure of certain provisions of ACTA would do “damage to national security.” The core of this digital copyright treaty is to extend legal immunity to Internet Service Providers which agree to “disable access” to websites the government says are not approved.
These developments should be a warning to all of us. The existence of secret protocols enabling government bureaucrats to shut down web sites at will, combined with Justice Department attempts to gain blanket access to emails, are part of a disturbing trend.
Make no mistake – in today’s high tech world, extraordinary vigilance is warranted to guard your privacy.