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FBI to blackout Trojan-infected servers on March 8

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posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 10:14 AM
reply to post by musicjunkie

A Holiday with a dubious history.

Educate yourself - and not from some antisemitic crap sites with obvious agenda. I mean - look at the photos it posted. Do you think they were not chosen to raise specific emotions?
Read the beginning - 750000 Iranians butchered.... The author even copy-pasted Nazi propaganda wrong, he added another zero. Who needs truth when good old hate is enough... Ah, not enough? Lets multiply by 10 and mix irrelevant things. After all - look what horrors Israel did on Purim! NATO bombed Lybia.

Site about Purim:
As for Israeli attack on Iran in Purim - i am sure that Iranians allready marked that date as a posible attack due to historic symbolism and will be on high alert. Picking that date for a strike (while declaring about internet lock down month ahead) is plain not really good idea. I can understand how whoever wrote that article you link to considers it possible,but for people who use brains and are not stuck on good old antisemitism it might sound fishy.

posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 10:23 AM
Truck number 142713
subcontractor other than Time Warner fiddled with my cable

10:12 am CST

I'm honored that you would put this level of surveillance on me not including the numerous helo fly-overs.

If i can be of assistance you have my phone number...I'm not an enemy...just want to harmonize the global picture.
There is a spiritual element to high tech issues I'm sure you are aware of.

posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 10:35 AM
reply to post by ZeroKnowledge

You make good points. I wouldn't consider myself antisemitic by any stretch. And yes, the added zero is a sick exaggeration.

Still found the amount of things that have taken place on that Holiday interesting.

Star for you for catching that.
edit on 17-2-2012 by musicjunkie because: commending

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 02:27 PM
reply to post by SeekerLou

Remember recently when so many sites like wikipedia shut down to protest the anti-piracy legislation in congress? Perhaps the government wants to show who is in charge and it aint the people.
It's just with the talk in recent past about an internet kill switch, something I thought was theoretical at this point in the country, maybe proven real. If TPTB can selectively shut down certain servers etc, because they are virus infected then they can shut down, edit, or distort any net activity at will.

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