New UN White Paper Defines Internet Users as Potential Terrorists

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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:03 AM
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According to theintelhub.com ,the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, (UNODC) in conjunction with the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force, recently claimed in a white paper entitled The Use of the Internet for Terrorist Purposes that, “The use of the Internet for terrorist purposes is a rapidly growing phenomenon, requiring a proactive and coordinated response from Member States.”

The bottom line is that we can all be lumped in as terrorists under these descriptions provided by the UNODC

The UNODC white paper claims that:


“Technology is one of the strategic factors driving the increasing use of the Internet by terrorist organizations and their supporters for a wide range of purposes, including recruitment, financing, propaganda, training, incitement to commit acts of terrorism, and the gathering and dissemination of information for terrorist purposes.” broadly including or lumping in what some would say would be the equivalent to internet bloggers, avid readers, researchers or even smartphone users.



The globalists backing this agenda “by the rule of law” (essentially a United Nations term that suggests US law can be circumvented by way of UN treaty) would love nothing more than to shut down key sections of the internet including alternative news and blogger sites that have the ability to release true and accurate information in near real time.
Richard Barrett, Coordinator of the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team Co-Chair of the Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force Working Group on Countering the Use of the Internet for Terrorist Purposes wrote:
“The Working Group is confident that the present report will help to identify the legislative areas in which the United Nations can assist in the implementation by Member States of the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in combating the use of the Internet for terrorist purposes”.
Over the past decade the United Kingdom has led the charge to “counter the use of the internet for terrorism purposes” according to the white paper.
“The British Government therefore welcomes the opportunity to support UNODC”


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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:08 AM
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Thanks s/f for the op but The N.W.O. views Everyone as a terrorist who isn't on their "Payroll". It's us against them.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:10 AM
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Originally posted by CherubBaby
Thanks s/f for the op but The N.W.O. views Everyone as a terrorist who isn't on their "Payroll". It's us against them.


They hate us . They will do everything to stop people from wakening Up. They want the people to keep on sleeping so that they can loot the whole world
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:11 AM
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Dear UltraMarine,

Look, you have it backwards. Potential terrorists would be idiots if they did not consider using the internet. Saying that terrorists might use the internet is not the same as saying that people who use the internet are potential terrorists. If you were really looking for terrorists, where would you look?



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:12 AM
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Thanks for the link! I've downloaded the PDF and will read it as time permits. From a cursory overview this does tend to go along with other recent developments that appear to seek to curtain and control the Internet in ways that are presently impractical.

IMO this is all the build-up to two end results.
1) A new system that would prevent any sort of anonymity online. A sort of digital ID - maybe in the form of a license to use - that would attach itself to all of our Internet use.
2) Moving towards a "pay per use" model of the Internet. Where telecoms can charge a base rate, a data use rate, and then also surcharges for specific content. A move away from the "home PC' approach and into a smart phone / tablet experience as being the most common method of access.

I say, let them try. We, the cyber community, will simply adapt and find new ways to avoid any rules placed upon our information access capabilities.

~Heff



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:20 AM
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Originally posted by AQuestion
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Dear UltraMarine,

Look, you have it backwards. Potential terrorists would be idiots if they did not consider using the internet. Saying that terrorists might use the internet is not the same as saying that people who use the internet are potential terrorists. If you were really looking for terrorists, where would you look?


They are tricking the people . Later , in the name of terrorists , they will take control over whole internet . We will have no chance of speaking freely . Later , they may even change the definition of terrorists .



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:25 AM
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Originally posted by Hefficide

I say, let them try. We, the cyber community, will simply adapt and find new ways to avoid any rules placed upon our information access capabilities.



Yes , we will find the way , we will not stop our right to free speech . We denounce any such rules
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:26 AM
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Dear UltraMarine,



They are tricking the people . Later , in the name of terrorists , they will take control over whole internet . We will have no chance of speaking freely . Later , they may even change the definition of terrorists .


While I may agree with you, if we attempt to trick the people too then we become as they are and I am not good with that. The end does not justify the means, the means define what the end will be. We have a long history of deceit, let us try the truth in all things and see if we get a different result. Peace.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:42 AM
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In The Constitution Of The US it says clearly that when Govt is no longer representing the people then it is not only OUR RIGHT but OUR DUTY to throw off such Govt and place NEW Guards for our future security. The point here is not an issue of the people needing to tell the truth. The elected officials behaving as criminals are the ones that need to stop lying and there is only one solution. It needs to start over and get rid of these whores for a dollar and their lobbying whores for money



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:45 AM
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Originally posted by UltraMarine

Originally posted by AQuestion
reply to post by UltraMarine
 


Dear UltraMarine,

Look, you have it backwards. Potential terrorists would be idiots if they did not consider using the internet. Saying that terrorists might use the internet is not the same as saying that people who use the internet are potential terrorists. If you were really looking for terrorists, where would you look?


They are tricking the people . Later , in the name of terrorists , they will take control over whole internet . We will have no chance of speaking freely . Later , they may even change the definition of terrorists .


Exactly.....

As it is now, the MSM is being regulated on what news it reports.

But the internet is a "free for all" of news stories, uncensored, so to speak.

So if the UN gets their grubby little paws on the internet in the name of "terrorists", well, say bye- bye to some of the better sites for getting news info....

It will be controlled and regulated under the power of the UN.........



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:47 AM
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Is there anything that doesnt now fit into the what they think of the term "terrorist" ?

Govt claiming that thousands of internet bloggers terrorists?

They dont want anyone questioning their presumed authority over us.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:48 AM
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Originally posted by CherubBaby
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In The Constitution Of The US it says clearly that when Govt is no longer representing the people then it is not only OUR RIGHT but OUR DUTY to throw off such Govt and place NEW Guards for our future security. The point here is not an issue of the people needing to tell the truth. The elected officials behaving as criminals are the ones that need to stop lying and there is only one solution. It needs to start over and get rid of these whores for a dollar and their lobbying whores for money


Dear CherubBaby,

If you wish to change the issue, start a new thread. In your thread give direct quotes. The Founding Fathers claimed to be Christians, they were or they were not, you choose. The New Testament tells us to be good slaves. You cannot use the Constitution to promote violent overhaul of government. It gave a process, one of changing the Constitution by vote, that is it's genius.

As for the politicians, yes, they should stop lying. Do you think they will? I don't and why would we want to emulate them? A house built on mud is never going to succeed. Let us build on solid rock, lets try the truth.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:52 AM
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You must be a govt cheerleader to come up with all that trash you just said. No one said anything about violence and I am not off topic and you don't look like my manager so give your orders to someone that will listen to them..
The voting machines are able to be hacked and have been hacked. Don't you know it all types do your homework?
The stats I am looking at , I don't see you as an authority.

If you want to pretend that's fine but don't do it with my words or intentions cause you have a long night ahead of you, if you try..
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:55 AM
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I believe the evidence speaks for itself, they believe they are capable of "controlling" us all, and are attempting to place the cuffs on the last bastion of resistance. The problem is though, that the net cannot be controlled, period.

It is not just the sites that can be linked by google, the DNS registry is only a very small portion of the net. Think of it like a walled city in the old world, were the actual net itself is the broad open country surrounding it.

Yes the walls provide "safety" as the interior is policed, but outside, there are no limits, save the occasional roving patrols, which are few and far between, as it is too much territory to cover with too few guards.

So "the net" most of us use can and eventually will be conrolled to their liking, but the actual net itself, is beyond any ability to control. It is too big, and too open.

Get out into the dark/under/black net on occasion, it will blow your minds. Just remember, these places don't start with "www." Or end in ".org,.gov.mil.edu.com". And it is very tough to find them until you learn how.

I am not an expert, though I do dabble, maybe some super smart, tech savy, genius Mod type would like to start a thread about such things, just for future reference........



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 01:58 AM
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The UN and the US Government are not the same thing, though in this case, IMO, they are both prone to catering to the same masters. The telecom industry.

Once upon a time a few companies had the Internet sewn up and were making money hand over fist, based upon a "pay per minute" model. Deregulation, something business wanted, had an unexpected side effect where the 'Net was concerned however... it allowed local ISP's to pop-up. Local ISPs that offered unlimited, flat rate, unrestricted and uncensored Internet access. This caused those initial giant companies to fail miserably - AOL, Prodigy, and Compuserve.

Over time phone and cable companies got smart and followed the model created by the local ISP's - the unlimited and uncensored model... but they have always been covetous of the fortunes and control that those early Internet providers had. For the past decade they have been fighting to get that level of power for themselves. But doing so is not an easy task - as all but the older folks, these days, grew up with unlimited access.

So the training began... certain little things that were not unlimited or flat rate... Smart phones, Xbox live, Netflix... a string of "pay to play" options that have conditioned people to be accepting of the pay to play model.

Now, with that desensitization training in place, all they need to is bring the current coverall bogeyman of terrorism into the mix and viola' - abridged access is possible again.

The rest? And and all Internet related demons... like file sharing, porn, DDOS, etc... smokescreens used to solidify and excuse the greed.

~Heff



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 02:05 AM
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This is extremely frightening as now the average American citizen is defined as a potential terror threat.


Ahhh......now enters the NDAA executive law.

And now the UN wants to keep an eye on our polls this election.....hmmmm.

They sure are getting a little chummy with our laws and elections seems like.

And now they want to mess with the internet....they want to control what we read/hear/say....
I call B.S on this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 02:11 AM
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Originally posted by CherubBaby
reply to post by AQuestion
 


You must be a govt cheerleader to come up with all that trash you just said. No one said anything about violence and I am not off topic and you don't look like my manager so give your orders to someone that will listen to them..
The voting machines are able to be hacked and have been hacked. Don't you know it all types do your homework?
The stats I am looking at , I don't see you as an authority.

If you want to pretend that's fine but don't do it with my words or intentions cause you have a long night ahead of you, if you try..
edit on 28-10-2012 by CherubBaby because: (no reason given)


Dear CherubBaby,

This is not my first post, to accuse me of being pro-government is silly and anyone who has read my words before will know how silly you are for accusing me of such a thing. As for telling you to start your own thread, yeah, don't hijack this persons, let your words stand on their own. And don't whine, be an adult. I am sorry that you have a manager, maybe there is a reason you do. You end by wishing to get into a discussion of voting machines being rigged, I don't even care who wins, why rig something when the outcome is the same?



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 05:37 AM
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I like your last two paragraphs.

That sounds fun.

The dark internet- sounds like an illegal drug that will warp my brain(evenmoreso)

Im in!



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 05:54 AM
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Originally posted by Common Good
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I like your last two paragraphs.

That sounds fun.

The dark internet- sounds like an illegal drug that will warp my brain(evenmoreso)

Im in!


I am In too..

Someone should start thread on that topic



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 11:24 AM
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Dark internet?? I found a few links on it, very interesting stuff. Add that to the reasons I like ATS.





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