posted on Nov, 24 2012 @ 09:31 PM
Originally posted by violet
I wondered about the part of each person identifying themselves, but thinking it might only apply to if you post something incriminating, you would
have to reveal yourself to authorities.
The entire point is for them to already know who you are by forcing you to use your legal name, or maybe even an Internet ID number which is connected
to your driver's license or maybe Social Security Number. Whatever the case may be, it will be almost fool proof. Possibly even reading your thumb
print in order for you to log on at all. Trust me, it's coming.
I'm not using my real name
That will soon change. It's also about preventing people from hiding behind fake names. Also, Some folks are less likely to speak so ill of the
masters of puppets or Government when using their real identity. You will most likely not even have an option to not share your posts or whatever the
case may be, with the general public and those who know you.
A simple search of your name or number and everything pops up. Facebook was the BETA test for the foolish Sheople, and they all herded to it. Now you
got people posting politics to every single person that they are friends with where some of them never even knowing the posters politcal beliefs prior
to Facebook, now do. This last election, I watched people un-friend eachother that have been friends for 20 years. Yep, even more division now, and
The deciders love it!
I make my own rules.
No you don't. You may think that you do, but you don't. You see, even 10 or 15 years from the time that your real name will be required on the
internet, they will be able to go back and find out your beliefs on politics, religion, New World Order ect. That way they can round up anyone they
deem as a threat to their political ideology.
Maybe they will pardon everyone for anything said under a fake internet name, but make a law that says from here on out everyone is responsible for
what they say online by having their real name stamped on it.
There must be anti stalking laws out there that would cover not having to do that.
I would not wager on it my friend
This needs to be clarified what it actually means.
What is there to clarify? I don't claim to have their manifesto or hand book but I assure you that I am damn close to what is going to be Law in the
not so distant future. ~$heopleNation
edit on 24-11-2012 by SheopleNation because: TypO