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Title: Free Downloading: Most Important Broadcast (July, (Wednesday) 14th, 2010)
Post by: SUPREMEMASTER on July 15, 2010, 09:37:48 am
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Larry Pratt
         Alex talks with Larry Pratt, the executive director of Gun Owners of America, a U.S.-based firearms lobbying group, and a former member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Pratt has founded a variety of organizations, including English First, Gun Owners of America, U.S. Border Control, and Committee to Protect the Family.

Alex also talks with Richard Reeves, the host of "Frontline Texas." Reeves confronted Texas governor Rick Perry on the shut down of the Texas Gun Shows event in Austin, Texas.

Alex also covers the news and takes your calls.

He announces that today's broadcast is one of the most important in the history of the show.

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Move towards global currency as U.S. loses status, faces depression and sees dangerous cuts to services as economic instability sets in

Alex Jones & Aaron Dykes
Infowars.com (http://infowars.com)
July 14, 2010

The United States as we know it has ended, Alex Jones warns, as the nation has lost its credit rating with China, its Dollar reserve status and faces saddling debt and cuts in programs and services.

YouTube Video Link: "Road Warrior-level collapse imminent: Alex Jones says we must take corrective action now" (Click Here) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOX3QUvF-l8)

Sadly, the U.S. can expect to see itself picked-off by the same IMF-style austerity measures that have driven Greece and Spain into riots, and long imposed control on vulnerable 3rd World countries throughout the globe. A financial coup d’etat has taken place over the past two years, and the global elite are moving to consolidate the pieces– except where patriots have been strong enough to stand up and say no.

Already, many cities and communities across the U.S. have announced cuts to basic services and an inability to police or otherwise protect its populations. Astonishingly, Oakland California’s police chief announced (http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local-beat/Suffer-These-Crimes-in-Oakland-Dont-Call-the-Cops-98266509.html) 44 situations that his officers will no longer respond to and they include grand theft, burglary, car wrecks, identity theft and vandalism. Elsewhere, as in Ohio and border areas, sheriffs are simply informing their people to arm themselves because law enforcement cannot guarantee a response.



Title: PrisonPlanet.com: Lieberman’s Model For America: Purging The Internet of Dissent
Post by: SUPREMEMASTER on July 15, 2010, 09:39:16 am
Lieberman’s Model For America: Purging The Internet of Dissent (http://www.prisonplanet.com/liebermans-model-for-america-purging-the-internet-of-dissent.html)

The Chinese system has nothing to do with “war” and everything to do with political oppression

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Paul Joseph Watson

Prison Planet.com (http://www.prisonplanet.com/)

Thursday, July 15, 2010

When Senator Joe Lieberman attempted to justify draconian legislation that would provide President Obama with a figurative kill switch to shut down parts of the Internet, he cited the Chinese system of Internet policing as model which America should move towards.

Given the fact that Lieberman seeks to mimic the Chinese system as the goal of his Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act (http://hsgac.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&FileStore_id=4ee63497-ca5b-4a4b-9bba-04b7f4cb0123), should it concern us that the Chinese government routinely orders Twitter and Facebook-like services to “purge sites of politically “sensitive” words and expressions,” as the Financial Times reports (http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/25cb6340-8f1e-11df-a4de-00144feab49a.html) today?

“Right now China, the government, can disconnect parts of its Internet in case of war and we need to have that here too,” Lieberman told CNN’s Candy Crowley last month (http://www.prisonplanet.com/lieberman-china-can-shut-down-the-internet-why-cant-we.html).

However, China’s “war” is not against foreign terrorists or hackers, it’s against people who dare to use the Internet to express dissent against government atrocities or corruption. China’s system of Internet policing is about crushing freedom of speech and has nothing to do with legitimate security concerns as Lieberman well knows.

It’s a system concentrated around state oppression of any individual or group that seeks to use the Internet to draw attention to political causes frowned upon by the authorities.

China has exercised its power to shut down the Internet, something that Lieberman wants to introduce in the U.S., at politically sensitive times in order to stem the flow of information about government abuse (http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSPEK340617) of its citizens. During the anti-government riots which occurred in July 2009, the Chinese government completely shut down the Internet across the entire northwestern region of Xinjiang for days. In several regions, the authorities completely cut off the Internet for nearly a year (http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5ifncCt6BaacPu87xIkt9Ep_5WKEA), with many areas only now slowly starting to come back online. Major news and discussion portals used by the Muslim Uighurs in the area remain blocked. Similarly, Internet access in parts of Tibet is routinely restricted as part of government efforts to pre-empt and neutralize unrest.

Twitter, Facebook and Youtube are all banned in China and even sanitized government approved versions of these websites are now being shut down for long periods of time so that they can “remove all politically sensitive content under orders from Chinese internet authorities”.

Censorship has intensified in recent weeks after a micro-blogger began to expose the fact that many government officials, executives and judges had lied about obtaining degrees from prestigious universities. The government responded to the embarrassment by ordering websites to temporarily go into “maintenance” mode while they removed the pertinent material. What this has to do with fighting a “war,” as Lieberman claims, is anyone’s guess.

The Chinese system that Lieberman wants to bring to the United States is not only about censoring material critical of the state, it’s about identifying those who post it and thereby creating a chilling atmosphere that discourages others from exercising free speech in fear that they might be the next victims of the thought police. News websites in China now require users to register their true identities (http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/06/china-websites-real-name-registration) in order to leave comments.

This move towards abolishing Internet anonymity and creating a virtual ID card is a key centerpiece of Lieberman’s cybersecurity agenda.

This strategy revolves around (http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/f416e31e-80af-11df-be5a-00144feabdc0.html), “The creation of a system for identity management that would allow citizens to use additional authentication techniques, such as physical tokens or modules on mobile phones, to verify who they are before buying things online or accessing such sensitive information as health or banking records.”

Only with this government-issued “token” will Internet users be allowed to “able to move from website to website,” a system not too far removed from what China proposed and rejected for being too authoritarian.

If you value Internet freedom, if you don’t want the web in the United States to be transformed into an imitation of the frustratingly slow, censored and policed Chinese version, and if you understand how whistleblowers should be protected and provided with the tools they need to expose government corruption, call your Senators (http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm) and demand they vote against Lieberman’s Internet kill switch bill.