In a previous threads, LEAKED! The NWO Internet Takeover AND Kill Switch Agenda! If You Are
Reading This - IT AFFECTS YOU!
and Father of the internet': Why we must fight for its
freedom ( Important! )
- I discussed the United Nations, ITU - WCIT Dubai summit and how one of the fathers of the Internet,
- one of the men who invented IP/TCIP and who invented the first E-mail software, has
been strongly opposing this event.
Those threads, written over the past couple of weeks were all in the future tense. That is no longer the case. The 2012 Dubai
International Telecommunications Union World Conference on
If you aren't up to speed I'd recommend reading the two threads OP's I previously linked to give you some notion of what it's all about.
The opening ceremonies occurred yesterday and, IMO, contained some troubling aspects.
First off, not only did United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon seemingly go out of his way to downplay the implications involved in this
conference - he seemed to perform the services, for it, one would customarily have to hire Madison Ave to obtain. He was the key calming
might say disinfo ) agent on hand - it seems:
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in a video message to the conference, underlined the power of ICT that continues to transform our
world. “The Arab Spring showed the power of ICT to help people voice their legitimate demands for human rights and greater accountability. As we
strive to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and shape the post-2015 development agenda, you here at this conference are well placed to help
further unleash the benefits of ICT while promoting an environment that drives innovation,” Mr Ban stated.
Mr Ban went on to underline that the management of information and communication technology should be transparent, democratic and inclusive of all
stakeholders, adding that he was pleased that steps had been taken “to open the process – including the vital voices of civil society and the
“The United Nations system stands behind the goal of an open Internet. The right to communicate is central to the ITU’s mission. The Universal
Declaration of Human Rights guarantees freedom of expression across all media and all frontiers,” Mr Ban said.
Referring to the World Summit on the Information Society, which affirmed that the free flow of information and ideas is essential for peace,
development, and progress, Mr Ban stressed that these freedoms are not up for negotiation. “We must continue to work together and find consensus on
how to most effectively keep cyberspace open, accessible, affordable and secure. I trust that together – governments, industry and civil society
will rise to this occasion,” Mr Ban told delegates.
The most disturbing first day development, IMO, is that the ITU and ICANN
( The Internet Corporation for
Assigned Names and Numbers ) announced a "A new season of cooperation" between the two agencies.
“I recognize the ITU’s deep impact on the development of the telecommunication industry, and the broadband infrastructure of which we all
benefit every day, especially in the developing world – the world I come from. The ITU and ICANN have complementary roles; and moving forward, we
shall cooperate in good spirit, while clearly respecting our distinct roles. I therefore join my fellow Internet organizations, ISOC (the Internet
Society), IETF (the Internet Engineering Task Force), the regional Internet registries, in our continued deep commitment to service the world’s
needs for Internet governance.
Re-read those last thirteen words..."in our continued deep commitment to service the world’s needs for Internet governance
- they are
important. For those who aren't techies. ICANN is the organization that assigns IP's and Domain names - those neat numbers and words that let us
access Internet content. Without them we are severely lost. And the ITU? Well they own all of the fiber optics, phone lines, satellites, cables, etc.
An analogy would be that the ITU owns the roads and ICANN sells all the cars. Take away either? No access to Cyberspace.
One of the other interesting things they did on opening day? They had a "dispelling myths" presentation - reassuring the whole world that this is all
about making the net, cheaper, faster, more available to those who don't have it yet, etc.
Folks, the United Arab Emerirates are not only the hosts of this event, but are guests of honor and are also some of the strongest Internet censoring
nations in the world. Seems like a bunch of mixed metaphors and messages to me. Promising openness from the land of censorship?
What? Were all of the Chinese and North Korean venues booked solid this year???
( International Telecommunications Regulations ):
The Chairman of the Conference, Mohammed Nasser Al-Ghanim, addressing the opening Plenary, pointed out that “WCIT occupies a special place in
the ICT industry, on account of the significant and indeed radical developments and changes witnessed by the industry during the past two decades,
which have not been matched by any changes in the International Telecommunication Regulations that have governed the industry at the global level
since 1988.” Hence the need to update and develop the regulations to reflect this evolution, the Chairman observed, underlining that “the topics
to be discussed at this conference are both extremely important and highly sensitive, and require us to cooperate fully to forge a compromise in the
common interest of all countries of the world.”
Sounds innocent and benevolent. Doesn't it?
Insult to injury, perhaps... United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the following - with echoes of both Orwell and
Source Article For All Above
“To build a knowledge society – where everyone, whatever their circumstances, can access, use, create and share information,” the
Secretary-General underlined, adding “We have the power to create a brave new world, where social and economic justice prevails. So let’s get to
So... One day in and we already have deflection, disinformation, reassurances, and NWO level quotes that will surely be being repeated for decades to
come. What a wonderful world
they are making for us
we live in.
I'll be keeping this thread updated as events demand and time allows.
Stay aware ATS - please, even if you never post or even think me a cad. Google this conference daily just to ensure that you are aware of the threats
to your freedom.
And, as always, I'll be here, watching the bad men and pointing out their foul deeds.
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