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It isn’t God who is keeping track of our sins…..it is a Homeland Security satellite

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Marti Oakley (c) copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

“As it turns out, it isn’t God who is keeping a list of our sins:  It’s a Homeland Security satellite logging any and all information it can find and transmitting it to HSD, NSA, FBI, CIA, and your local fusion center along with twenty other spy agencies all of whom stalk the net in order to find out who is naughty and who is nice.” ____________________

I hear it every day from nearly everyone I speak to or correspond with; the overwhelming sense that we, as a nation, are under attack.  The attack is not coming from unidentifiable enemies, nor is it coming from half crazed Mid-easterner’s who “hate us for our freedoms”.  The attack is coming from our own government; it is our own government who hates us not only for our freedoms, but also for our refusal to go quietly into the intended one world government where we have neither rights, nor the right to continue to exist. More

Main Stream Media for Morons (MSMM): Pay per Spew

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By Marti Oakley (c) copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

  MSM these days would be more aptly called “mainstream media for  morons” (MSMM) as these mediums have long ceased to be a source of any news.  What do appear to be attempts at legitimate reporting is actually a watered down sound bite delivered by a less than believable “reporter”.  I personally believe a system much like the [pay per view] premiums could and should be installed on “professional” news services.  We could call it [pay per spew] and charge them each time they pollute the airwaves with government approved content.  Just a thought.

As for MSMM I personally don’t give damn what celebrity is having a drug or drinking problem, or, even who might be sleeping with whom.  I don’t particularly think I care to see anyone’s naked crotch, even if it is one belonging to a Hilton.  (I can’t imagine hers is any more interesting or attractive than anyone else’s but most of us have enough sense to remember our underwear). 

I really don’t want to hear another word about another politician who supposedly just rediscovered God, or alcohol or the newest local escort service.  I don’t believe for one minute there are two sides to the “isle” or that there is any difference in intent or action between to the two faux party’s and I surely don’t believe even one of them is remotely interested in anything other than their own self promotion and securing lucrative deals with corporate carpetbaggers promising a land with streets paved with gold for those willing to get on national TV or Radio to prostitute themselves for a corporate agenda.  More

Cybersecurity Act of 2009: End of the Internet as We Know It?

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S.B. 773 and 778, introduced last week by Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-West Virginia) and Sen Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) and collectively referred to as the “Cybersecurity Act of 2009” appears to be the “legal” last nail in the coffin of the internet.

The language of the act appears to be focused upon protecting the corporate elite’s use of the internet exclusively:

“To secure the continued free flow of commerce within the United States and with its global trading partners through secure cyber communications, to provide for the continued development and exploitation of the internet and intranet communications for such purposes…”

The bill also provides for “…the development of a cadre of information technology specialists to improve and maintain effective cyber security defenses against disruption, and for other purposes.”

This act will also give the Secretary of Commerce new and sweeping powers to regulate the internet. That this power is being invested in the Secretary of Commerce only underscores the emphasis upon reserving the future of the internet for the use of corporate interests, which had been predicted last year.

But, even more chilling is that there appears to be a deliberate program being implemented to carry out false-flag “cyber attacks” to justify the passage of this bill. The bill, itself, states, in Sec. 2. Findings:

“(3) According to the 2009 Annual Threat Assessment, ‘a successful cyber attack against a major financial service provider could severely impact the national economy, while cyber attacks against physical infrastructure computer systems such as those that control power grids or oil refineries have the potential to disrupt services for hours or weeks,’ and that ‘Nation states and criminals target our government and private sector information networks to gain competitive advantage in the commercial sector.

This just so happens to coincide with a report in Computerworld’s Security section, describing alleged “cyber attacks” against “key parts of the U.S. Electrical grid,” which, strangely, isn’t substantiated in any way. There is no mention of where or when this supposed “attack” took place, nor is there any mention of who “the hackers” might be. What is stressed, though, is that “perhaps [it was done] with the intent to cripple the country’s power infrastructure,” and that these undisclosed “hackers” “most likely gained access like any other cybercriminal — by exploiting a bug in software such as Windows or Office…”

This is reiterated by mention, within the Computerworld article, of another such report from the Wall Street Journal. As in the Computerworld article, the Wall Street Journal also makes no disclosure of the identities of these cyber criminals, but says they are “cyberspies” who “…came from China, Russia and other countries…”

So, the stage has been set and the actors are in their places, ready to carry out the elite’s plan to create some sort of “cyber attack” hysteria that will be used to serve as the rationale for some sort of “solution” that will be needed to “protect” us from this sort of thing ever happening again. And, low and behold, concurrent with the supposed “attacks” comes the solution – in the form of the Cybersecurity Act of 2009. How prescient of Jay Rockefeller and Olympia Snowe to have come up with just what we needed and just in the nick of time!

Isn’t it uncanny that these “attacks” happened to occur after months of the media’s calling for the need for “a new internet?” The New York Times has quoted Rick Wesson, the chief executive of Support Intelligence, a computer consulting firm (I wonder if he’ll be one of those among the new “cadre of information technology specialists”?) , as saying, “If you’re looking for a digital Pearl Harbor, we now have the Japanese ships streaming toward us on the horizon.” How convenient.

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