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The Elite Are Creating An Authoritarian 'Beast System', And Those That Dissent Could Lose EVERYTHING

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From youtube.com: Tips To Help Avoid Online Surveillance The internet is full of holes that your emails and the things you share online can fall through -- right into the prying eyes of surveillance agencies like the NSA. {MID-332571}
Tips To Help Avoid Online Surveillance The internet is full of holes that your emails and the things you share online can fall through -- right into the prying eyes of surveillance agencies like the NSA.
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They are transforming the Internet into the greatest tool of surveillance that humanity has ever seen, and if we stay on the road that we are currently on it is only a matter of time until our society becomes a hellish dystopian nightmare. 

the Internet suddenly allowed us to communicate with one another on a massive scale without having to go through their gatekeepers. This radically altered the landscape, and at first the elite were unsure of how to respond to this growing threat. There was no way that they could roll back time to an era before the Internet was invented and so they have decided to use it for their own insidious purposes instead.  

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Brilliant article that should be read by everyone. Wish it appeared higher up on the OEN site.

I take issue with only one aspect of the article, which implies only 'conservative' views are targeted. Really, it's all of us on the opinion spectrum.

I heard on a recent RT report that Google signed a contract with the gov't to do voice analyses on Alexis owners/users.

I personally got 2 pre-election notes from CA Voter Information. (first time ever) Ostensibly an encouragement to vote. OK, so far.

It mapped 4 election cycles; one in which I chose not to vote. It was like a small Excel spreadsheet, with cells blackened under 'Voted'--'Not Voted'.

The freak-out was that they applied a Voter Rating to me. I ranked 'Above Average.' Knowing what's going on in China, I viewed this as the first tiny nail. Beware of what appears to be innocuous (or just SO convenient) at the onset. They don't call it the 'Web' for nothing.

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What's going on in China is not "more advanced", or worse in any comparison. The same evil is at work here as well. It's just being applied to its absolute "full potential" on this side of the Pacific.

Grim as it may appear, this does not mean the end of the Internet for us. If you who care about your rights and freedoms, you can still begin to remove your current footprint from the Internet, and put a stop to the unconstitutional tracking that creates these profiles and footprints.

Many will have to be willing to accept and undergo a "learning curve" in order to know how this is done, but it has clearly become necessary. You need to know more about the very things that got us here, and how to get out of it.

It's time to stop using sites and services that sell out your rights and freedoms. Stop supporting those who collect your data, track your internet habits, monitor your location, check out all your networked devices in the background, and freely share all that with the State. Stop supporting those that execute censorship and spying for the State.

It's time to start using encryption and encrypted services, and locking down your computer, and anything else you're using that is connected, and toss out those devices that can't be locked down.

The people that are trying to turn the Internet against us cannot succeed if you take away the power they have from these perpetual databases everyone is letting them build on all of us. Stop using all these sites and services that sell you out.

Your computer, or phone, or anything else connected to the Internet, is not a toy or an appliance! It's time to start acknowledging this fact and treat these things responsibly!!

The Internet "belongs" to everyone. It doesn't belong to the State. It doesn't belong to Google or Apple, or any corporate "portfolio". It belongs to everyone who is connected. The more you act like you know this, the more you'll realize it's absolutely true, and how important is always has been for you to know that in the first place.

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I'm willing to face the learning curve, tho' tech is daunting for me.

Where do we start? (besides the obvious: 'smart' phones and appliances, amazon, facebook, google, cars w/gps)

Don't the PTB have access to our ideas even here on OEN or everywhere?

Is You Tube off limits?

Where do I get instructions?

Even our printers have signatures, right?

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The French know how and when to protest, like now in Paris, protesting the massive screwing the working class is getting.


That will never happen here. The ignorant masses have been brainwashed into believing that it's not 'patriotic' to protest.


We just keep bending over farther and farther and take it.

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Oh Yes, it was so "unpatriotic" to doubt W Bush #After911 (9/11 Truthseekers "branded" "ConspiracyTheorists and ignored or condemned by "the powers that be") - but W Bush was 100% wrong about "the people who knocked these buildings down will hear from all of us soon". #NurembergCrimes #TheCrimeOfAggression.

"It wasn't the Iraqis" or the "7 countries in five years"- that 9/11 was "Pre-Planted Explosives were used at the WTC" on 9/11 AM & 9/11 PM #GrandJuryPetition (Page 12) #USAttorney "We Will Comply".

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Lance, check this out.

This professor makes a completely logical argument and he is still dismissed as a crazy '9/11 Truther.' Like it's a bad thing. : )

"It is no longer tenable for academics and journalists to avoid asking probing questions about the possible involvement of state actors in the 9/11 attacks. 9/11 requires further analysis and investigation and this is a position I share with many other academics."

This Professor Teaches Journalism At A Top UK University. He's Also A 9/11 Truther.

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Hopefully, you noticed the way that HuffPost piece was written with the intention of discrediting Professor Robinson, right from the first sentence...

"...has publicly supported long-discredited conspiracy theories about the 9/11 terror attack..."

"...claims to conduct 'rigorous academic research and analysis of propaganda.'"

"...Robinson's work has been described as "conspiracy-theory driven", "completely insulting" and of having "no interest in truth or justice" by academics..." (No mention of who such "academics" would be. Just another way to say "anonymous sources".)

It's nothing but a pathetic hit piece.

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Yes, I noticed that it was a hit piece, and wasn't surprised in the least.


Huffington Post is just another 'go along to get along' waste of a so-called progressive web site.

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Excellent Link & Comment - thanks 911TRUTH. Yes - "This Professor", Piers Robinson ("Propaganda to Fake News"), of the UK, questions nearly "everything" as "a good Professor should do", even questions "the official 9/11 story" (no, "it wasn't the Iraqis"or the "7 countries in 5 years") - his students should get "the straight scope" from their professor. He's "only doing his job" !!

#GrandJuryPetition - "Pre-Planted Explosives were used at the WTC" on 9/11 AM & 9/11 PM. #FederalCrimes have been "reported" to the #USAttorney in NYC.

That's Professor Kevin Barrett who apparently lost his teaching job at the Univ of Wisconsin for delving into "what really happened on 9/11" ("suggests the 9/11 events were an inside joboverseen by the Bush administration") with his students. The Professor "would not back down" ever even though "attacked" by "the powers that be".

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