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Touching Alex Jones video.

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posted on May, 3 2010 @ 08:51 PM
Yea, I watched this video, and It reminded me of what's at stake. I hope that there can be some way that a ton of people will wake up and realize what is going on and take advantage of the Youtube videos and all the information sources available while they still can.

It would probably make you teary eyed, if you thought of just how many people are working everyday to wake people up, but here and there you hear people shouting that we say this and that is going to happen and it doesn't end up happening, and that makes us wrong.

I have to tell you guys, Goddamnit, don't you understand that the reason some of those things haven't happened, is because there are people working from the inside trying to stop it from happening, buying the sheeple time to wake up. Like the hacker who exposed the climate gate emails, if that had not taken place, right now we would be in an entirely different scenario.

Some of the information that you are capable of accessing right now has only been possible because of the effort, blood, sweat and tears of so may people on up to this point.

These people have their lives on the line.

Several developments that are coming to the fore indicate a noticeable advance towards a government regulated, taxed and controlled system that spells doomsday for the Internet as we know it.
The first steps in a move to charge for every e mail sent have already been taken. Under the pretext of eliminating spam, Bill Gates and other industry chieftains have proposed Internet users buy credit stamps which denote how many e mails they will be able to send. This of course is the death knell for political newsletters and mailing lists.
The New York Times reports that "America Online and Yahoo, two of the world's largest providers of e-mail accounts, are about to start using a system that gives preferential treatment to messages from companies that pay from 1/4 of a cent to a penny each to have them delivered. The senders must promise to contact only people who have agreed to receive their messages, or risk being blocked entirely."
The end game is a system similar to China, whereby no websites even mildly critical of the government will be authorized.
The Pentagon admitted that they would engage in psychological warfare and cyber attacks on 'enemy' Internet websites in an attempt to shut them down. The fact that the NSA surveillance program spied on 5,000 Americans tells us that the enemy is the alternative media and that it will be targeted for elimination. Court cases are pending after the Bush administration demanded the Google search terms of American citizens.
The first wave will simply attempt to price people out of using the conventional Internet and force people over to Internet 2, a state regulated hub where permission will need to be obtained directly from an FCC or government bureau to set up a website.
The original Internet will then be turned into a mass surveillance database and marketing tool. The Nation magazine reported last week, "Verizon, Comcast, Bell South and other communications giants are developing strategies that would track and store information on our every move in cyberspace in a vast data-collection and marketing system, the scope of which could rival the National Security Agency. According to white papers now being circulated in the cable, telephone and telecommunications industries, those with the deepest pockets--corporations, special-interest groups and major advertisers--would get preferred treatment. Content from these providers would have first priority on our computer and television screens, while information seen as undesirable, such as peer-to-peer communications, could be relegated to a slow lane or simply shut out."
We see a move to demonize the Internet and tar its reputation. AOL is running ads equating Internet users with terrorists. In the next few years we may see a staged Internet shutdown which is blamed on cyber terrorists.
For the aspiring dictator, the Internet is a dangerous tool that has been seized by the enemy. We have come a long way since 1969, when the ARPANET was created solely for US government use. The Internet is freedom's best friend and the bane of control freaks. Its eradication is one of the short term goals of those that seek to centralize power and subjugate the world under a global surveillance panopticon prison.
Paul Joseph Watson/ | February 6 2006


[edit on 3-5-2010 by Pocky]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 06:30 PM
Pocky, show us on the doll where the Alex Jones video touched you.

j/k... But can you fix your links? None of the prisonplanet links actually go to their articles.. all the URLs got truncated...

I am finding one NYTimes article from 2006 about "Goodmail" and their pay-to-spam system, but not much more that shows that they've been very successful with it.

Nor have I come across the 2012 deadline that you cite.

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 11:20 AM
Sorry but i personaly have very little time for Alex Jones, i think he is nothing but an alarmist hack thats created this strange cult of alex type following, capatilising on the fame and fortunes of other peoples research and basicaly completely out of his depth with regards to world politics, finance and history.

I should point out while i do applaud to a certain extent any attempt to help waken people up to the simple truth that there is something seriously wrong with the way the world is going, i just dont think Alex Jones is the answer.

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 11:26 AM
reply to post by JoshNorton

LOL!!!! I have nothing else to add, but to compliment you on this hilarious 'touch'...

Pocky, show us on the doll where the Alex Jones video touched you.

Priceless! Going into the vault.....

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 11:31 AM
I don't know about the video... but the halo soundtrack music has definitely got me on board!

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