posted on Aug, 1 2010 @ 05:38 PM
I would caution everyone from focusing to closely on this one chess move, while important, it may have a distracting affect, making it difficult to
see the bigger plan.
The public is witnessing a chess match for government control of the internet.
The public will be led to believe that this chess game is between the US and internet terrorists bent on the destruction of our great nation but, in
the end the winner will be the powers now running government, and the losers will be the common citizens that will lose access to free and open and
One group is playing both sides of this chess board and this game has a predetermined winner.
This is a game to sway public opinion into the belief that the government has no choice in taking control over internet content and access, it simply
must be done for the safety of all.
The public will soon hear talking point on keeping America and its allies safe from cyber attack and the possibility of critical national defense
information being leaked, thereby putting innocents, that the government has sworn to protect, in harms way.
Soon, much of the public will agree to internet governance in the interest of humanities safety.
The "internet kill switch" once thought to be the big hurdle in gaining control of the internet has hardly raised an eyebrow with the general
public. The government seizing of select internet sites through the use of copyright violation has barely put a ripple in the pond. Things will move
rapidly from here.
The player Liz Chenney has been used to give reason to the player Obama to protect the Country and its allies from the threat of a non-governed
internet. Now that he has been called out on this issue he simply cannot say that a free internet outweighs the potential threat to the safety of the
US and its allies.
The attack on, or death of US soldiers, civilians or allies that can be connected to a non-governed internet will greatly increase the speed at which
this game can be completed.
The strategic importance of the internet in the pursuit of global domination cannot be overstated.
[edit on 1-8-2010 by deepred]