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If the elites created the internet why do they want to destroy it?

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posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 10:11 AM
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If the internet was created by the illuminat aka the elites why do they want to destroy it?Just to prevent exposure? Why do they create it in the first place? Why do they allow access to the internet to people? Is the internet a mistake from them? Or is it used for somethng we don't know of?




posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 10:23 AM
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Well to be honest we created the Internet as the best way for communication and data collecting. We had to put it up before we destroy humanity because in the aftermath of the great cleanup we'll have nobody to produce new hardware or maintain the network.

Looking back on it, it might not have been a good idea to let everybody use our facilities because we now notice that a lot of our plans are exposed by conspiracies sites like this one. Which forces us to delay or even scrap entire plans.......

Thanks a lot!!!

Peace

[edit on 7/11/2009 by operation mindcrime]



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 10:24 AM
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Okay if you are an elitist why do you allow this website to be created?



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 10:27 AM
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The internet may be the best tool for misdirection ever in the history of this world.

Why would they want to destroy that? Look at how many gadgets allow us to carry it with us where ever we go, it's insidious. They want to assure all of us have it, just in their controlled way.



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 10:29 AM
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Originally posted by Seiko
The internet may be the best tool for misdirection ever in the history of this world.

Why would they want to destroy that? Look at how many gadgets allow us to carry it with us where ever we go, it's insidious. They want to assure all of us have it, just in their controlled way.


Well why do they don't have complete control of us then? I mean look it's their ctreation after all can't they control it?



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 10:47 AM
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hhm'kay,

No seriously, the internet was not created by elitist. It is not in control by elitists.

It developed. Just as any other technology, it develops. Nobody is in control of it's creation.

Regulating it is an other matter. Now that it has become a medium through which all can express whatever they feel like, certain groups feel it is their duty to regulate certain things.

Now in the case of child pornography, i thing regulation should be in place.

But i highly doubt the NWO has anything to do with that.

Peace



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 10:53 AM
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What makes you think the "elite" created the internet? Because it was created by the military means it was created by the elite? In that capacity it wasn't intended for regular users, but was for the military to be able to communicate better and transfer data easier than snail mail etc.

It wasn't at all created for the use you see today.

Commercial internet for users was made popular for profit back in the 90's. I guess Al Gore had a little bit of a helping hand in that, which is what he supposedly meant by he created the internet.

But you know, it's not like people are generally going around and thinking or wanting to do bad things. Which is what makes such people so dangerous. People who think they are doing good things etc. But it's not like every little thing they do is bad. Even if you consider that perhaps those at the very top are in fact well aware of what they are doing, they still have to use manipulation and for those who are manipulated they want to do good things by default.



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 10:56 AM
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How did the "Illuminati" create the internet?


Simple answer.. they didn't. Those kind of comments make people look like lunatics.

But I get what you are saying.. question for you though..

Why would "they" possibly want to destroy it? Connectivity is the easiest way to keep track of individuals... on all levels. Think about it on a grand scale. Fair enough, people in power want to monitor and filter it but thats not destroying it.

While there are people in positions of power in the world that you could call the Illuminati, they are not omnipotent and if they were powerful enough to control absolutely everything, then don't you think it would be more obvious. Sites like this, information sharing etc are proof that "they" control little other than what "they" want to control... which in the day to day lives of the average person is very very little.



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 11:08 AM
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The Internet ( like practially everything electrical we use in our lives ) was originally developed by DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The idea was to create a computer network that is spread out so that if one bit gets wiped out by nuke's etc then the rest could go on functioning

I wasnt aware anyone was trying to destroy it at the moment, they have just given it the biggest overhaul in its history.

[edit on 7-11-2009 by VitalOverdose]



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 12:12 PM
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They arent going to destroy it, they are going to make people police it.

Just like everything else in the future, it will be under close surveillance. Gotta catch those "terrorists" you know...



posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 12:16 PM
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The answer should be obvious. Either A) The "elite" didn't create the Internet; B) "They" don't want to destroy it; C) "They've" changed their minds; D) "They're" out of their minds.

To my understanding, the Internet was originally created by the military in an effort to solve the problem of how to communicate when half the country has been vaporized. The answer was to spread the communications out in a network, instead of having them located in some central - and vulnerable - point. This way, if many sites were destroyed, the remaining sites could still function and pass along information. Within a short while, the military application was extended to include universities, to enable the quick sharing of scientific and other information. But remember that the Internet started out as an experiment. No one foresaw where it would lead.

As technology advanced, the military and academic uses became less important, until now the Internet is used primarily for the dissemination of Nigerian 419 scams and LOLCats. Oh, and some online commerce, as well.

It is the online commerce that is what probably protects the Internet from governments. Between the banks, online stores, and so on, too much money is at stake to just shut the whole thing down. I'm sure plenty of governments are unhappy about the Internet, but the genie is out of the bottle. Remember, it's not just buying things online, it's using any sort of credit or debit card. They all rely on the Internet now.

Back to the question: I don't think the "elite" created the Internet, because I don't believe there is any sort of unified "elite". Of course there are those people who are favored, fortunate, who are educated, wealthy, have many advantages. The "elite", so to speak. But they don't form any sort of organized, cohesive sort of group. They're just the lucky, privileged ones, each going his/her own direction. No overarching cabal, just a bunch of self-absorbed upper class (or upper-middle, maybe).

Similarly, there is no "they" trying to take down the Internet. There are some groups - including governments - that would like it to come down or to be under tight control, but again, you've got lots of different groups, all pulling in different directions for different reasons. Many "elites" benefit greatly from the Internet, make billions from it. Some likely feel threatened by it and would prefer it to go away. But there's no official "elite" organization that speaks and acts for the "elite", that wants the Internet to come down.



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