Posts Tagged ‘internet’

Incontrovertibly Interwoven

June 28, 2018


It seems our society at present lauds the “innovation” by people like Elon Musk who created a company called “Tesla” to bring us electrical automobiles.

Given enough money and time, anyone could have taken the idea and created the Tesla.

We actually need people who are completely visionary. Tesla spoke about free energy. I do not see Musk’s creation giving anyone any of that.

The system in which we live caters to those who would more firmly entrench us in the matrix of this broken construct.

Revolutionary ideas that truly go beyond the pale – as the original Tesla concepts did – are what we need. But since those sorts of things do not bolster up this illusion around us, they are usually marginalized, ridiculed, or completely ignored.

And now THOSE things are becoming harder and harder to find.

The largest search engines on the planet (Yahoo and Google) no longer “search” very well. “Direct” is what they do.

In the past, I could do a search and flip back to page five or so to find the really off-the-grid sort of things. Nowadays, those do not even appear by page twenty… or thirty, forty, fifty… if ever. And I know the web pages still exist because I saved the web address in my notes years ago and can still access them.

These things have become “unsearchable” according to the new “guidelines” (i.e. mind control tools) being used by the giants of the internet. Instead when you get into the back pages of your search you will start to see the SAME webpages appearing again and again on the succeeding pages. Yes, rather than show you “more” results, they simply keep showing you the same ones, pretending that they are somehow “new” results.

The internet is very quickly becoming a user-unfriendly environment, just another tool to help facilitate getting all of us in lock-step with the agenda.

We do not get red or blue pills.

No, not even that illusion of choice.


SOPA part II

January 21, 2012

Well, looks like I was right about one thing.

The SOPA has not even become a law yet and the DOJ and FBI are already cracking down on piracy sites. Specifically, Megaupload.

So why the heck do they need to bother passing a law to give them such powers? They’re already using existing powers to the same effect.

So, the purpose of SOPA must be something quite different…

Need I say more?

So, some anonymous group, who goes by the really original name “Anonymous”, blacked out a few sites in retaliation

Then they posted a video wearing the mask from the movie “V is for Vendetta”.

Yes, imagine the irony: a fictitious Hollywood movie character comes to combat… well, Hollywood. And if that’s not irony, I must be reading the plotline wrong.

Still, the Feds got law enforcement agents in six other countries to help with their crackdown on Megaupload. And all that without the aid of anything like a SOPA law on the books. Well, all except all those other laws we already have about copyright infringement and such.

So, they proved they don’t need the SOPA, so why are they pushing so hard for it?

Like I said, need I say more?


January 20, 2012

As usual, a lot of people think these are very good ideas. Yes, Hollywood can be protected from people who sell movies online for cheap (and not give Hollywood a dime) if the laws just stopped at that. But the way the laws are written is a lot more foreboding than that.

It plans to not only stop the piracy but enables the government to block ANY website they want for ANY (or NO) apparent reason. Whatever reason they want to shut a site down is good enough for them.

Does that sound good?

Hell, no! But depend on our government to once again try to “protect” our rights and stoke our fears while we relinquish yet more of our freedoms to “Big Brother”. Don’t just tell your congressman “No!”, tell him/her/it “Hell, no!!”

Our freedoms are growing precious few and we have to put a stop somewhere. It obviously won’t be anyone like Ron Paul (or any other lone voice in the wilderness of Congress) to stand up against these erosions, so we are going to have to.

Every other year or so since the ’90’s, there has been some noise by the Feds in Washington to try and find a way to clamp down on the internet. Imagine, they say, a lot of people actually exercising their minds and their mouths out there. What do they think this is, free speech or something?

But thanks to a LOT of hardworking people out there at Wikipedia, Google, Yahoo, and even here at as well as many other websites have gotten the attention of the lawmakers in DC. The danger has been averted… for NOW>

But do not think they aren’t going to try the same thing again, later. Yes, just as soon as one of the covert branches of the American government can come up with another internet scam that will strike fear into the hearts of the masses.

What? You really don’t think the boys in the shadow government are behind the internet piracy websites?

Wow! You are new here aren’t you?!

Sure, there are some “legit” piracy sites out there… you know, the guys who couldn’t get a Wall Street bailout of their own… and they do actually scam the major entertainment industry sites offering boot-leg black-market copies of the vastly overpriced offerings for people who cannot afford the “real” thing in the present depressed economy… Yes, those vile criminals.

You know, the real bad guys! They are probably based in Nigeria and use it as a cover to hide their WMD or they might be in an underground bunker in the Gaza Strip working for either the CIA or Mossad and plan to use it to frame Hamas…

And I have no problem with the Feds cracking down on those guys, even if they are on the Federal payroll. I applaud any legal maneuvers to keep those people out of business. What I object to is bowing to the FEAR they are creating with this issue in order to hand them some very high-level legal powers to combat this handful of leeches.

The SOPA and PIPA laws are like handing a feral boy scout a laser cannon to swat a few flies.

It is overkill pure and simple…

Which can, of course, only mean one thing: the focus of the law is on something else entirely. And we all can guess pretty quickly what that is: us, the free-thinking and vocal citizenry.

Yep. They cannot take away our handguns (yet) so they try and take away the only viable source of free communication left open to us. And if anyone here thinks the media (any branch or brand of that beast) is doing anything in our interest, think again.

Modern media has become nothing more than a “spin control” tool for the monied interests running the government.

Stay vigilant and keep your heads down.

(Aw, darn! Now I am even starting to sound a little paranoid!)