posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 08:20 PM
Originally posted by iraqvet68
Some of those homeless even have prior military experience.
+, obviously they have some experience in surviving the jungles of our big cities...
Okay, scenario is: NWO/absolutist regime takeover.
They won't abolish the internet, of course, they can't, because even 'they' can't un-invent the wheel anymore. They'll never want to have the
complete internet community against them, but rather use it as a means of mind control/disinfo. But even if all data was tracked - so what? Let's
assume they've got all those semantic spider bots in place to control the flow of information and alert a SWAT team whenever someone is brave enough
to speak up against the system; even with enough computer power to hack PGP encryption - there will always remain means of communication via the www,
even without the help from elite underground hackers (from what I've heard, they will have a good time hacking official websites and posting the
"truth"). ATS may be down until then, or a disinfo platform, whatever - in any case, it might be impossible to communicate the way we're doing
Still, you can hide valuable information in inconspicuous emails, websites or blogs. So, basically, what a group preparing for the demise of their
system needs to agree upon is - a code.
thank you for the funny movie. It was very delightful.
"Raid on March 11th, 2013"
Even concentration camp inmates who knew their mail was monitored by humans managed to communicate this way.
AASN, I can't stop thinking about having a Commodore 64 or any other old computer (with screen colors set to LOW contrast!! It's possible to track
what you're typing via the radiation of the monitor) handy just in case you have to fear ubiquitous DRM CPUs to encode your anti-regime propaganda
messages automatically... :-)