posted on Dec, 30 2012 @ 11:12 AM
It's a cyber cold war this time around, if anything is there. Realize that if you talk about a world power on a website, their cyber crawlers will
find it and they will probably get news of it, and then make internationally-influenced decisions based on it. Mostly decisions involving your
person. Like: don't let this person in my country, or spy on this person a little harder, or if this person comes around here, give them a difficult
Then if the other guys are looking into it, your own country/nation will look into it. Say enough weird stuff on the Internet and don't be surprised
if a zealous agent puts you on a naughty list, or a list where they neglect to assist you in legal matters. So, unless you are a skilled publicist,
your political life runs the risk of hitting the toilet if you insult too many people online, or if someone's darling precious feelings get hurt.
Your personal health is at risk if the military decides to do a covert clandestine operation against you. It may be very painful and there may be no
way to get justice after they decide to be a jerk to you because of a blog post about a political type. I speak from experience; you do not want the
Navy coming around with a Raytheon millimeter/femtometer ray gun, rattling your skull with electromagnetic waves to cause illness within your own
home, through the walls, having it fail to operate correctly and burn the tissues in your jawbone, scarring your brain until you slowly become a
vegetable. You won't find a sympathetic ear trying to explain that to the world either.
I have had daily-life interference with snooper types after forums, chat rooms, making websites, and not all of them are of my country, I believe, or
are of the same political values I share. Cyber stalkers, in a gang formation. I mean renegade veterans and terrorists. Criminals. Black ops
Believe me when I type a paragraph about Israel, it makes it to Israel's eyes. Same with Russia or China. They keep lists just as thorough as the
USA does, but their foreign national prejudice is going to be more intense. Plus your native country is going to go the extra mile and do a global
investigation about you if your claims start interfering with their international lawsuit standards or especially their trusted politicians.
Back to the core of the thread, past the disclaimer, I think this time around, Cold War II is going to be half-thawed with cyber influence and
international business relations. The second political ice age was already starting last year when Russians weren't showing up to meetings.