posted on Nov, 28 2016 @ 11:32 AM
originally posted by: CrazyK22
I especially like this post when someone said on 4chan if you guys were generals you would of told the enemy where you were bombing 3 days
This may well be a very good point, but at the same time we're stuck with the only means we have to tackle the problem. It's painfully obvious going
by the inquiries in Britain regarding Whitehall, the BBC and now football as well, that the matter is constantly being deflected and obstructed. Law
enforcement is seemingly incapable of dealing with it, probably because they are compromised - so we, the citizens, are having to do their job for
them. The problem we have is that we are limited to communicating over the open network because we don't have a centralised system, hence being simple
citizens. The best we can do right now is expose that which is clearly relevant to the subject and get it all on record. We may well be tipping these
people off by plastering it all over the web, but if that forces them to stop doing what they're doing or at the very least tone it down, then at
least we're having an impact. Ideally this sort of thing would be done covertly but we simply do not have such a luxury. Really, this is a job for
GCHQ but quite frankly they're probably more concerned about preventing the public from knowing anything about it in the first place.
As for Twitter, I personally think that it's highly unlikely that they'll survive this. If they do go under then people will start talking about that,
no doubt about it - hopefully it'll be a catalyst to getting the matter noticed on Facebook as well.