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Libya Feb 17 Site Made In USA

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posted on Feb, 27 2011 @ 11:45 PM
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You Know the website for Feb 17 supposed revolution in Libya i have been digging just to see where the site ip is and who are its supporters, well believe it or not the site was created in the united states.

And it was made in Arizona every other info is written as prohibited


Registrant State/Province:Arizona


There Sponsoring Registrar is Godaddy the info you can find it by using some domaintools and other sites its interesting the site is in pure english.

Just what do you make of this?

Oh if you dont believe me just do it yourselves its pretty simple.

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posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 12:02 AM
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Interesting, can you post the link to the original site?
That would be helpful to identify this deal.



posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 12:14 AM
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cqcounter.com...
Just type in the www.libyafeb17.com... it should show up i was pretty shocked myself.
It seems they have two sites in two different states.
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posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 12:21 AM
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Thanks, how strange indeed.
I am interested to see how this unfolds.



posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 12:22 AM
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LIBYAFEB17.COM - Geo Information
IP Address 74.54.76.66
Host libyafeb17.com
Location US, United States
City Houston, TX 77002
Organization THEPLANET.COM INTERNET SERVICES
ISP THEPLANET.COM INTERNET SERVICES
AS Number AS21844 ThePlanet.com Internet Services, Inc.
Latitude 29°75'23" North
Longitude 95°36'70" West
Distance 9815.23 km (6098.90 miles)


Im getting Houston Texas. What does this have to do with though??
Is that the official site?



posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 12:27 AM
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There was a another site same site with a different logo in tilted Freedom, Democracy Free Libya
it was just like this expect with www.libyafeb17.com... /info i cant find it now.

That site is been run or hosted in Arizona.

Now if this was a real revolution i would be hosting the sites in Arabic and not in english and as well using middle eastern web domains not amercian ones.

But as you saw it seems everything is pretty much staged personally i believe the protesters are nothing more then university students been bribed into doing this, afterall this how CIA did it in Serbia back in 2000.


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posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 10:36 AM
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thanks for the info. As we go further I just understand that Libya is the next target of US military .

President Barack Obama called on Saturday for Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to step down from power

and then those international corporations.

this issues just remind me of the game ' command and conquer ' . when you where out of money you had to do some thing. and this is how the economy based on these international companies work. I don't expect better.



posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 10:41 AM
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amazing deceiving tactics...



posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 10:51 AM
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It was my understanding that from the start we were told that these protests began via a US created website. However, my further understanding is that they were privately run companies versus a US government backed site.

This article is from February 22nd and was distributed by more than just this news channel:


The political irony of the location of the domain company is that it is websites such as (link tracking not allowed) that have enabled people within Libya to spread information via Twitter in the face of the general ban on international media in the country.

Probably the most famous of all the websites, (link tracking not allowed), is based in New York and paid only $75 for the domain name in 2007, choosing the name not because of any links with Libya but because: "It's short and it is evocative of small bits, loosely coupled".

Bit.ly uses five different "root servers" with only two based in the African state. For the website to be shut down it would need all five servers to simultaneously stop working. With two in Oregon, USA and one in the Netherlands, it will remain virtually impossible for Libya to stop videos being sent via the website.

As of June 2010 all .ly domains shorter than four characters could be registered only by Libyan companies and individuals. One website, vb.ly, was closed down because of its adult content, but it appears that the fact (link tracking not allowed) has international based servers has meant that similar action has not been possible.

Source: www.channel4.com...

Note: Emphasis added by me.

It seems that the International community has aided Libyans in getting their voices heard through the world wide web, not just the United States. In a country predominantly banned from international media, I would say this is one for "the good guys" fighting for freedoms of speech.







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posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 10:56 AM
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Looking at some of these news stories on these countries that are going through revolution it appears that many people originally from the countries are helping organise online revolt from the countries they now live in.

I would not be surprised to see these kind of sites being started in the U.S. or Europe. Many opposition members had to leave these countries to stay alive and have since being working online to help with movements.

Trying to set up revoulutionary sites within any of these countries is just not possible. Unless you want to be taken outside and shot.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:32 AM
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Yes, for a fact, Richard Trumka of the AFL-CIO has bragged already about being involved with the Egyptian protests. It's clear there are US based activists.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:40 AM
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It was my understanding that from the start we were told that these protests began via a US created website. However, my further understanding is that they were privately run companies versus a US government backed site
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Well, it was reported in the news that Trumka, the AFL-CIO Union boss has been making frequent trips to the WH, while even the Prez own advisors have never even been called. It is clear that there is collusion between the WH and the Union boss. How easy it is to connect the dots, when we suddenly see mass uprisings in foreign countries with an emphasis on trade unions there. Trumka is conveniently hanging around with European Socialists who want a global financial transaction tax instituted. Then how easy it would be to throw union money into setting up a website. There probly was a bit of money laundering as well to cover the paper trail.

Also I heard a story today that the Saudi King wants to buy facebook.

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