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Here is another way to stop the FCC from ignoring public health issues. If Thomas Wheeler heads the FCC it will be the fox guarding the henhouse…

Please sign this petition to US Senators: Reject Obama’s nomination of Thomas Wheeler to head the FCC

Reject President Obama’s nomination of Thomas Wheeler to head the FCC

President Obama could not have picked a worse nominee than Tom Wheeler to head the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Wheeler has obvious industry ties and conflicts of interest:

• Wheeler chaired the CTIA, the Wireless Association, which includes Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile;

• Wheeler chaired the National Cable Television Association, which includes Comcast, Time Warner, and others;

• Wheeler is the director of Core Capital Partners LP, a venture capital firm that manages $350 million in the high-growth technology sector- they rely on friendly regulation at the FCC;

• Wheeler raised millions of dollars for Obama’s presidential campaign;

• Wheeler is listed on Fierce Wireless’ top ten list of people who helped shape the wireless industry.

The FCC regulates the nation’s airwaves and all communications plus its accompanying infrastructure. More

Controlling the Ability of People and Organizations to Access the Internet

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Live Link: A NATION BEGUILED

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02 18 10,  by Bob Chapman

Under the guise of “protecting Americans” and choosing itself in so-called “national security,” the current Obama administration wants to be able to control the ability of people and organizations to access the Internet.

This concept on its face seems very harmless and in the best interest of the country, however, having the ability to “turn the Internet off or shutting down sites that Obama considers “dangerous” including particular political groups, individuals or organizations who espouse differing views has far reaching political, financial, moral and legal implications.

Such a policy imposed under Executive Order to control what enters Internet sites and what is shared daily would stifle free speech in direct violation of the First Amendment rights of all Americans.

During the elections in Iran, its citizens using Facebook and Twitter got out 95% of the news from Iran. In America would our social sites be shut down if enough people using them “dared” to question the current political regime in power at any given time? Sitting ominously in the Senate is the Rockefeller Bill S. 773 to takeover the Internet in emergencies. As we all know, once taken over, we will never get it back the way it was before. This is what elitists have in mind for us. More

Government claims control of your computer on Car clunker site

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Checking into the government website for trading in your clunker for a cash rebate on the purchase of a new vehicle…….the government claims your computer is now part of the US government system and can access all files, information, communications etc……forever.  READ THE “AGREEMENT” but do NOT continue.

Cybersecurity Bill Proposes Unprecedented Government Power

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How To Create a Fictional Threat And Lead the People to a Pre-Determined Solution

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I have found it is quite easy to predict what will be coming in the form intrusive and invasive legislation; laws that will rob us of more of our freedom, that will allow more government intrusion into our lives and our privacy.  I just make it a point to watch any of the MSM news shows (except anything on FOX) to hear what the latest “concerns” are by intelligence agencies or other people in the know.

For weeks now, newscasters have told of the serious threat of cybercrimes, and we all need to be shaking in our shoes over the threat of propaganda from “extremists” operating in cyberspace that are going to invade our home computers, take over our minds with clever brainwashing techniques and lead us all into the realm of terrorists.  Of course if you do watch FAUX news, this could be a distinct possibility!

Congress is now considering the Anti-Homegrown, Anti Radical, Anti-Dissident, Anti-Whatever you can come up with bill that has as its centerpiece the intent to control web access and content.  Unknown to the millions of us who are on the net daily, sometimes for hours at a time, there are radical extremists just lying in wait for the chance to expose us to their verison of propaganda.  Like we couldn’t spot that after being inundated by the junk dumped onto the net by our own government.  But I personally have never seen or been approached by any of these cyber radicals and I spend hours each and every day working online.  In fact, I can’t find even one person who has ever seen any of these radicals pop into their system.

So fearful is our congress that we will not only be exposed to radical propaganda (other than theirs) but, we are so stupid and so gullible that we will be immediately sucked into the world of radical extremism.  So, we need a new law!  One that will close off entire sections of the net, that will stifle any politcal, religious, or social efforts for change.  The truth is,  they need this law primarily to stop the activism, the flow of real information and to stop the growing movement in America to take back our country from a fatally corrupted government that is now controlled totally by multinational corporations, the global elite and those who are working towards a one world government.

George Tenent, head of the FBI recently testified to a sub-committee that the FBI needs total access to all internet and communications by any individual anywhere in the country.  Why?  Because spying on every one will undoubtedly produce at least one radical terrorist in the making.  Not one  of those people chairing that committee asked George the obvious question: How could overloading the surveillance systems with useless information from billions of sources produce anything but chaos and, how could you possibly thread through the mountains of useless information each day and think that you could possibly identify even one source of importance or interest?  The fact is you couldn’t, but that isn’t the real intent anyway.  Thats the created fictional threat.  Now….aren’t you scared?

The Clean Water Restoration Act is another of those created fictional problems dutifully reported by the MSM as a “growing threat” to the environment.  Why! polluters will run rampant if we don’t pass this “clean water” act.  They are running rampant anyway and this law will only make that problem worse.  By allowing the federal government to claim control over every water source of any kind, and even over dry lake beds, they can stop those polluters dead in their tracks!  NOT!  The fed has to claim authority over all the water in order to be able to privatize the entire water system by selling it off.  This would be to the same corporations in many cases that are doing the polluting and would now be able to sue the government under the trade illegal provisions of CAFTA.  Meaning any law, environmental or otherwise that prohibits their ability to make a profit even if they are the only enitity involved who thinks a profit is possible. 

What passes for news in this country is simply the promotion of state sponsored approved content.  What ever is in the works in D.C., will show up on MSM as headline news presented as a threat, as a great national concern which will preceed some poltical official making a statement about how terrible the problem is…….but he/she has a plan!  Something that will save us all from the current fictional threat.  A new law that will take more away from us in the form of freedom.

Of course, if headline news from the DoD, pentagon, or current administration isn’t to your liking, there is always the air time wasted on celebrity news and birthdays, the occasional crotch shot or mug shot.  My goodness, now there is news worth wasting your time on. 

For those interested in doing some research on who or what controls what you see on the “news”, search out Operation Mockingbird. 

Marti Oakley

Five Reasons We can’t Win the War in Iraq.

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 April 20, 2008 – First released: March 4, 2006

Five reasons we can’t win the war in Iraq
by Leslie Davis and other sources

1.
Iraq is a guerrilla war, yet for political purposes we are discouraged from calling it a guerrilla war, so the guerrillas are called “terrorists, criminals insurgents, and dead-enders.” By the way, an insurgent is a synonym for a guerrilla. There are few effective tools to fight a guerrilla war. You can’t defeat a guerrilla army by trying to destroy every man since he hides by day amongst the populace. Rather, in a guerrilla war the objective should be to erode or destroy his base of support. As long as there is support in the populace for the guerrilla, two will rise up to replace every one you kill. When precision guided bombs, raids, and other destructive acts are used, it creates casualties among the innocent populace, increases support for the guerrillas and undermines support for us. A 500 pound bomb has a killing radius of 1,300 feet (1/4 mile). Think about what happens to your credibility when you drop huge bombs on populated areas. Everyone hates you.

2. We have no idea what motivates the average Iraqi. American leaders went to war in Iraq with a fantasy that the natives would line the streets and pelt us with rose petals, and be eternally grateful for our attack on their country. At one time there may have been support and respect from the locals, but months of occupation by our military have turned the formerly friendly into the recently hostile. Attempts to correct the thinking in this regard are futile; it is not politically correct to point out that the locals dislike us more and more, and they are growing increasingly upset and overtly hostile. Instead of addressing the real reasons why the locals are becoming angry and discontented, politicians feed us canned reasons that do not reflect reality. We are told that the locals are not upset that a hostile, aggressive American army is occupying their country. We are told that they are not upset at the police state we have created, or at the manner of our picking their government representatives for them. Rather we are told, they are upset because a handful of terrorists, criminals and dead enders in their midst made them upset.

3. The guerrillas fill their losses faster than we can create them. This is almost always the case in guerrilla warfare, especially when your tactics are aimed at killing guerrillas instead of eroding their support. For every guerrilla we kill with a “smart bomb” we kill and maim many more innocent civilians and create rage and anger in the community. This rage and anger translates into more recruits for the guerrillas and less support for us. We have fallen victim to the body count mentality. We have shown a willingness to inflict civilian casualties as a necessity of war without realizing that these casualties create waves of hatred against us. These angry Iraqi citizens translate into more recruits and more support for the guerrilla army.

4. The guerrilla lines of supply and communication are much shorter than ours and much less vulnerable. We import everything we need; this costs lots of money and is dangerous. Whether we fly the supplies in or bring them by truck, they are vulnerable to attack, most especially those brought by truck. This increases the likelihood of the supplies being interrupted. Every bullet and bandage becomes infinitely more expensive. Conversely, the guerrillas live on top of their supplies and are showing every indication of developing very sophisticated networks for obtaining them. Further, they have the additional advantage of close support from family, friends and traditional religious networks.

5. We have consistently underestimated our opponents (a.k.a. the enemy) and his capabilities. We did it in Korea, Vietnam, Lebanon, and we are doing it in Iraq, Colombia and elsewhere. Our military leaders are not prepared to fight the type of guerrilla war we are facing in Iraq, and they are squandering the lives of our noble, honorable and valuable soldiers. Our tactics have not adjusted to the battlefield and we are falling behind. Meanwhile the enemy has updated his tactics and has shown a remarkable resiliency and adaptability.

Respectfully submitted in honor of our military.

Leslie Davis
U.S. Army veteran, businessman, 
candidate for Governor of Minnesota and
president of the Earth Protectors.
Leslie@EarthProtector.org
www.EarthProtector.org
www.LeslieDavis.com

 

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