Saturday, January 28, 2006

US Military Has Plans For Eliminating All Communications

By Elaine Meinel Supkis

Us webcitizens are very upset about the news that the military has plans to take down not only the web but everything we use to communicate. The web was build for NASA and the military. The military has never liked the web being expanded to ordinary citizens and AL GORE was the chief sponsor of the bill that did this which is why, I suppose, they hate him, eh?

From the BBC:
From influencing public opinion through new media to designing "computer network attack" weapons, the US military is learning to fight an electronic war.

The declassified document is called "Information Operations Roadmap". It was obtained by the National Security Archive at George Washington University using the Freedom of Information Act.
I blogged about this in the past.

Bush Illegal Spying. This latest news story is just more confirmation of the malice and anger the military has towards free speech. It isn't just Chinese military overlords who want to lord it over us.
The operations described in the document include a surprising range of military activities: public affairs officers who brief journalists, psychological operations troops who try to manipulate the thoughts and beliefs of an enemy, computer network attack specialists who seek to destroy enemy networks.
The silliest part is the "manipulate the thoughts and beliefs" mandate. The only thing right wingers can influence, thought-wise, is other right wingers. The Nazis were like this, too. They could convince each other, stars were really blocks of ice and subhumans should die and all good things flow to Germans only. Convincing the people the conquered was a complete failure.

In our war against Muslims, waving the Bible at them and screaming at them isn't operational, is it? So we will just drop bombs. I think the real plan is to deliberately radicalize them and then huffily say, "Well, see, they are radicals, we must bomb them!" Just before the Palestinian elections which were "close" Bush and his crew announced they wanted Fatah to win so they sent Fatah some loot. Landslide for Hamas to the delight of the right wing Zionists who now don't have to negotiate with anyone! Whoopee! They immediately asked for more money to finish the Berlin Wall.

In Iran, Bush had us broadcast stuff saying, "Don't vote! Boycott the elections! Then there will be a revolution!" So now we see exactly that! Heck, look at Haiti! The NYT has a big "What happened in Haiti" article about two years too late. After all, more than one person demanded we support the duly elected President, Aristide, but no. Bush wanted a coup, got a coup, and now, the place is in chaos! Duh!
Perhaps the most startling aspect of the roadmap is its acknowledgement that information put out as part of the military's psychological operations, or Psyops, is finding its way onto the computer and television screens of ordinary Americans.

"Information intended for foreign audiences, including public diplomacy and Psyops, is increasingly consumed by our domestic audience," it reads.

"Psyops messages will often be replayed by the news media for much larger audiences, including the American public," it goes on.
American TV is wall to wall psyops. It is one great big cycloptic psychotic psyops.
When it describes plans for electronic warfare, or EW, the document takes on an extraordinary tone.

It seems to see the internet as being equivalent to an enemy weapons system.

"Strategy should be based on the premise that the Department [of Defense] will 'fight the net' as it would an enemy weapons system," it reads.

The slogan "fight the net" appears several times throughout the roadmap.
The mainstream media has told us over and over that we are a problem, we have no "ethics" (ie, chains around our necks!) and that we need to shut up or else. They would dearly love to shut us down. Since the clever Chinese force American providers to do the censoring, the computer models created to do this are going to suddenly start doing it to us. For example, my blog has achieved the wonderful pinnacle of being on page one on international Google on many topics! Hooray! But with a flick of a key, they have eliminated me from 1/4 of the planet: China. Boo.From Xinhua net:
China is set to become the biggest user of broadband in the world, Bill Gates said Friday.

"No one will catch up (except) maybe India in 50 years," the chairman and co-founder of Microsoft Corp. said at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting.
Thanks to Bill Gates and Yahoo and good old Google, this audience is denied access to my cartoons and blathering commentaries. This angers me and should anger all bloggers and other information providers. I address Chinese issues frequently and the interface between China and America is a top issue for me and it is a crime that I can't debate these issues with people living in China nor can I hear from them! And this international exchange is very important! It is the key to the future!

How dare any of these people talk about "free trade" and "flat earth" when they are all conspiring together to keep us all apart?

On to a related topic, Congress is going to pass a lobbyist's dream law for the big movie/tv/music producers and they want the guts of the law to be a secret! From the Electronic Frontier Foundation:
The Digital Transition Content Security Act (H.R.4569) - or Analog Hole bill - would force every video digitizing device in America to watch for and obey a VEIL watermark, a proprietary signal embedded in video broadcasts. But how would such a detector work? What would be its cost? And how secure is the watermark? Security researchers don't know - because the company behind VEIL won't let them look at the technology without first obtaining a "license." A license to examine the VEIL specification costs $10,000 and requires signing a non-disclosure agreement that forbids revealing the details of the technology to others. Congress is choosing a technology that must be built into your systems, and it's not giving non-entertainment industry experts the opportunity to check out the technology first to make sure it doesn’t break your systems, or, even worse, leave those systems vulnerable to attack.
Sounds like a Diebold law! No can-see! I feel like the guys running things are dropping a veil over all their activities, a steel veil.

The American military plans and the rich corporate entity plans are rapidly meshing into something rather ugly. Even though the blog can be mightier than the sword in a fair world, in the real world, the sword can wreck everything and anything and even annihilate everything once and forever.
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