posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 04:40 PM
The thread I was replying to on Godlike has been deleted, which looking back on, I should have expected. I had mentioned that Reinhardt had left a
somewhat revealing piece of info on one of his screen caps becuase the taskbar title of the groupware he had minimized had a bit too much info. In
reply, someone posted a link to some info about how Godlike had been purchased by someone with links to a malware company AND the govt through
homeland security, and that there were a list of words that would be auromatically censored and whatever thread they appeared in would be shortly
deleted. Many of the words were rather easily explained by the "bitter webmaster" concept, but what struck me as odd was that a conspiracy board
itself would bad the mention of a rather innocuous british charity named Tavistock that the link claimed was behind all the worlds problems.
Being a smart ass I immediately posted the word Tavistock with the subject "test", and to my shock it was changed to Merry Christmas, and I was
banned from posting. This in of itself was still moderately explainable.
The remainder of the story of events that happened shortly after I was banned I will keep to myself, for the folowing reason: I hold a menial position
as a federal employee. While at work my internet use passes through a class A IP range shared by numerous govt agencies and is tied directly to
Homeland Security by the nature of their intense interest in the civilian activities of the branch of federal service I am employed. Event tied in no
uncertain terms to the banning on Godlike occured in short notice.
I can say with certainty that Godlike is at the very least "compromised", and I saw nothing to preclude it as anything far more ominous. I couldnt
tell you to what ends or efforts this is for. I posess no sectret or priviledged info on the matter other than the fact that individuals directly
associated with the federal government were aware of my banning within minutes, and made me aware of that fact. Nothing else transpired.
My only interest in godlike was because reinhardt had communicated with individuals there. IM not a frequenter of consipiracy boards, and to put it
bluntly, I would consider 99% of what I read on godlike, to be clinically insane. That said, I'm not naive and the concept of government sponsored
social engineering seems like a given at some level, so I'm only surprised I stumbled across it as easily as I did.
Then again, seeing the confusion, inefficiancy and chaos that passes for federal work, I probably shouldnt be. I guess I should be more surprised that
people dont already know.
So for what its worth, Godlike is NOT what you may think it is, unless you think its a manufactured experiment to play with and study the
conspiratorial mind set.
I was really only trying to follow Reinhardts saga and see how it played out.
[edit on 3-10-2008 by antisoshal]