posted on Nov, 20 2012 @ 07:43 AM
I want to start out by talking about the Internet or “on-line Man Computer Communication” which was the brainchild of JCR Licklider, which came to
fruition under the supervision of Robert Taylor as an ARPA project. Packet switching officially began in 1969 and the first email was sent in 1972
all working for the agency Darpa. This system was known as ARPANET, a US military defense system. Fast-forward almost a decade of research and you
will see Tim Berners-Lee in collaboration with DARPA and CERN creating the World Wide Web. Thinking about the CERN and DARPAs history of cooperation
of in the creation of the world-wide-web and also in developing ways to encrypt sensitive compartmentalized government and military information not
only for the US but many NATO countries including Australia. The Internet is the brainchild of the US Military. It is considered by them to be a
weapon system. One which they control.
Enter Julian Assange well-known computer hacker and cryptographer, who is known to have cooperated with Federal authorities earlier in his life.
Publicly boasted all over the Internet that he had a way to circumvent US DOD monitoring systems and starts a page which allows subversive individuals
from all over the world the opportunity to upload military, government and corporate information anonymously. The capture of Bradley Manning and the
media circus publicly exposing vulnerabilities in the system starting an outcry and a mad bash for the US Administration to create Multinational
policies and alliances to remove more freedoms from the weapon system. Curiously Wikileaks is still up and running and Mr. Assange is rumored to have
plans with the Swiss government to move his operation to their “neutral” country, which just happens to be the home of CERN, DARPA’s partner in
the World Wide Web. It has all the makings of a “set a thief, to catch a thief” operation and intelligence on subversive activities just keep
rolling in to Wikileaks. Sounds kind of fishy to me. An intelligent person could see that there is more to Wikileaks than meets the eye. Sounds like a
false flag for the implementation of global Internet policing policies and systematic cataloging and exposing of hackers location and identities. Two
birds with one stone.
It is also a good thing they all this plan hatched and Internet laws like SOPA and world nations woke up and began their cyber crime crack down and
global partnerships signed before CERN’s release of the super fast Internet “the grid”. By which you could really let a nation or multinational
corporation “have it” in seconds with the click of button. Anonymous hackers have been dropping like flies, proving that the Internet despite how
much you think you know, it really isn’t that easy to be anonymous.