Does the U.S. Government Control the Internet?

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posted on Aug, 3 2009 @ 11:13 AM
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We all know they run it....does anyone think that distracting media we consume ourselves with is there on accident?




posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 03:09 AM
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The internet is controlled by the u.s. regime. Look how easily they took down mega upload, and they aren't even a real serious threat. If they seriously didn't like what you were doing, then they would not hesitate to take down your site. The u.s. regime takes down websites all the time. The internet was invented by the u.s. govt, and they are not going to release something they can't control. My guess is that the u.s. regime had shills ready to go before even 1995, so that when the internet was released, it contained mostly imperialist propaganda, and still does. Do a search for anything negative regarding the u.s. regime, and its puppets, and see what you find. Probably not a whole lot. On the other hand, if you do a search for anything positive on China, you are guaranteed to get mostly negative results. This is not a coincidence. The search results are manipulated by u.s. spin doctors. Remember Jesse Thorsen? The Ron Paul supporter who said that the u.s. should not support israel? Pay attention to how his arrest record from 6 years ago, showed up on all the search engines immediately after he made that statement. But how come those mugshots werent there before he said that? That was the u.s. regime's way of punishing him, and sending a message out there to all the other would be disenters to keep their mouth shut. Now if you want to test that theory, go on any search engine, type in the name of someone you know has been arrested, and see if their mugshot shows up front and centre on google. Yes, there are guys like Alex Jones who criticise the govt on the internet, but he also makes many statements on behalf of the ruling class (ie his attacks on communism, socialism. His endorsement of the free market, his conspiracy theories about how blacks are out to get whites; anti immigrant ideas). Notice that Alex Jones never actually advocates a violent revolution. All he does is complain, and therefore is not a threat to the status quo. In fact, it's my argument that he's a part of the problem, and a shill, given his background. Why do you think that the u.s. govt would be against spam? Who do you think runs the u.s. govt? Corporations, and the capitalist machine that the spam is advertising for. And how do you figure that the u.s. regime is against adult material? Viruses? Who do you think was behind the stuxnet and flame virus? The u.s. govt makes viruses and spyware all the time, in addition to smuggling drugs around the world. Even if there were subversive materials allowed on the internet, it does not mean the u.s. govt does not control the internet. U.S. prisons allowed communist books to be read by prisoners. This does not mean the u.s. govt doesn't control u.s. prisons. We all know that the u.s govt hates communism. So why are they allowing communist literature? Lord knows the u.s. military killed millions of people around the world because of it. There are loads of Muslims in u.s. prisons who are allowed to practice islam. In fact, Islam is the fastest growing religion in prison. Does this mean that the u.s. govt doesnt control the prisons? Of course not. They will allow communist literature in prisons, as long as it poses no true threat to corporate power. As soon as it does pose a threat, or if they simply don't like you, then they will pull the plug on it. As I said, the u.s. regime pulls websites all the time. The case of mega upload may have just been a case of crony capitalism, because mega upload was removed whereas rapidshare was not, even though they did the same thing. Having jihadi websites on the internet does not mean the u.s. regime doesnt control the internet. In fact, the u.s. regime needs jihadis more than jihadis need them. Without jihadis, the u.s. regime has no excuses to attack, and occupy foreign oil rich countries. The fact that there are flamboyant jihadis on the internet shows that the internet is filled with people who serve u.s. govt/imperialist interests.



posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 04:04 AM
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posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 07:06 AM
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They do control the internet, and I will prove it later today with some documents (maybe). As long as they aren't classified then it'll be fine. It's CIA crap (those guys ... I'm on the fence about), but I do have them. Back later to update after I have a look-through.
edit on 2-11-2012 by SoulVisions because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 4 2012 @ 09:59 PM
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Apparently, the one I was thinking of was indeed a document that I'm not free to publish. Instead, I will list a link within an article down below that may/may not clear up understanding. As a side note, I won't be making any more comments on this particular subject matter after sharing this information just in case.

Where you see the "*****" is simply where I have taken out the name of an organization attempting to disclose classified material to public, at many times, illegally, so I will not be listing it here directly. Though, if you wish to cross those boundaries, this information can be found.

Read at your own discretion and with understanding.




www.nytimes.com...

Peter Neumann proposes killing computers and the Internet to start over and build something far worse to meticulously track every nano-bite of digital communications with unrevocable, implanted encrypted ID in every device to authenticate ID of users.

DARPA, who else, is funding the work to kill anonymity and privacy for, ta da, national security racketeering.

The bountiful cyberwar mongerers are delirious with support for their job security of predicting evermore Pearl Harbors, amply protected by secrecy of "defensive" USG cyber aggression.

Dr. Neumann is a great generation advocate to bless this takeover makeover. He was there at the beginning of the last one which never, quote, "offered security," thus leading to a multi-billion dollar industry of snake oil. No, not national security oil, its bastard children of cyber oilers.

None of those deliberately-deceptive-comsec creeps have ever been on Cypherpunks, whew, only on RISKS.

A[nonymous] sends:

I read this disturbing post! Is that true?

***** is a US government ran website hosted on a U.S. governemnt SERVER, this article is a psych-op trying to make people think its a legitimate site when its not.
*****.org
a 205.178.145.65
United States
vux.bos.netsolhost.com205.178.145.0/24
AS6245

moneyfactory.com
US Department of the Tresury- Bureau of Engraving and Printing
a 205.178.145.65
United States
vux.bos.netsolhost.com205.178.145.0/24
AS6245

*****:

IP address 205.178.145.65 is a virtual server used by thousands of web sites around the world:

ip.robtex.com...

However, we do not deny the accusation because the Internet was invented by and is operated by the US Government. Every global web site is controlled by the USG, every one, whether the operator knows it or not.

We highly recommend that nobody use the Internet but if used to remain suspicious of trickery, deception, spying and data gathering by millions of agents of the USG, that is every website operator. That is what log files were created to do, spy on users.

Every web site operator is a lying son of a b$%^h. Users suspect this but we report the truth about it, though cynics may call it propaganda, which is what truth is, thus we lie by necessity.

Is this clear? Spread the word widely, or keep it secret, you $%&king USG spy, nobody is innocent who questions authority.

-- An informant who must remain nameless except to the USG and its agents NetSol, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Oracle and ilk, comsec peddlers and ilk, ICANN, NANOG and ilk, Stratfor redux and ilk, Anonymizers, Tor and ilk, Robtex and ilk, mailers and ilk, leak sites, spies , counterspies worldwide and ilk, Anonymouses, hackers, informants and ilk, et ilk.




posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 09:19 PM
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They can scrub the internet any time they want. The more reliant we become on the internet for information, the easier it is for this to happen. Don't want people to know about some historical figure? Just run an algorithm that wipes all references to that person from the internet. It will be like that person never existed.
The internet is great and all that, but too easily manipulated. TRUST NO ONE, especially on the internet.





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