Monday, July 11, 2011

US creates "Shadow Internet" A tool for spooks & the new battleground

The US wants to create a 'shadow internet' and mobile phone service?
Despite the fact, it is quite obvious the US has this "service" in place.
In nations such as Syria, Egypt, Tunisia just to name a few.

Clearly the US is presently knee deep in government destabilization in the already mentioned nations and others.
That said let's read the information as put out by the "free western" media
The 'free media' actually being the completely subservient and compliant media!
Compliance and subservience being the "realities" of western democratic media

US seeks shadow internet and mobile networks in "repressive countries"

Oh and here is a familiar name!

"Freedom House, an organization in Washington, released a “Freedom on the Net” report in April. The group studied thirty-seven countries. It found that twenty-three of them had arrested Internet users for content posted online. Nineteen of the countries at least partially controlled international connections to the Internet. And at least twelve had interfered with networks, listened in on people’s communications or taken down websites."

Freedom House. A name Orwell would have loved. Freedom House means Oppression House.
Oppression brought to your country by the US military and it's corporate bosses..

Check this map out
Quite obviously this is a map with an agenda. Australia doesn't filter the net?
Of course it does! It filters on par with China. So why the rating of "no evidence" of filtering?
How about Obama's kill switch? Along with all the filtering Google does? Isn't that censorship?
That however doesn't matter in this map of "Freedom on the Internet"

Let's read some more about the Shadow Internet- U.S. Underwrites Internet Detour Around Censors (this is a very long article, worth reading entirely, so click on the link)

The Obama administration is leading a global effort to deploy “shadow” Internet and mobile phone systems that dissidents (bought and paid for) can use to undermine repressive (unacceptable to the west)governments that seek to silence them by censoring or shutting down telecommunications networks.

Given the fact that western governments are quite repressive. They just use different tools...

The effort includes secretive projects to create independent cellphone networks inside foreign countries. as well as one operation out of a spy novel in a fifth-floor shop on L Street in Washington, where a group of young entrepreneurs who look as if they could be in a garage band are fitting deceptively innocent-looking hardware into a prototype “Internet in a suitcase.”

Financed with a $2 million State Department grant, the suitcase could be secreted across a border and quickly set up to allow wireless communication over a wide area with a link to the global Internet.

The American effort, revealed in dozens of interviews, planning documents and classified diplomatic cables obtained by The New York Times, ranges in scale, cost and sophistication.

This part below is really interesting and curious and made me go AHA!

Some projects involve technology that the United States is developing; others pull together tools that have already been created by hackers in a so-called liberation-technology movement sweeping the globe.

This technology was created by hackers in the so called "liberation technology movement"?
Wikileaks and all the other so called "hackers" and all their so called hacks?
Have the hacks been intentional?
Allowing the so called hackers a means to work out new technologies?
I am going to answer that question with a big, bold YES.
A yes indeed, most definitely!
Amazing how all the pieces of the puzzle fall into place?

The State Department, for example, is financing the creation of stealth wireless networks that would enable activists to communicate outside the reach of governments in countries like Iran, Syria and Libya, according to participants in the projects.

The effort has picked up momentum since the government of President Hosni Mubarak shut down the Egyptian Internet

If we are reading about this technology, it is a done deal. Just looking at the list of countries named, is like reading a shopping list of countries on the destabalization/overthrow must buy list.

The Voice of Russia asks - Is US “shadow” Internet a tool for spooks?
Do we breath air?

The Russian Foreign Ministry is deeply concerned, its commissioner for human rights, democracy and the rule of law Konstantin Dolgov said. If there is substance behind this information, he pointed out, a situation may be created that will run counter to the basic internationally accepted principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity, the supremacy of law, and the observance of human rights and democratic standards worldwide.

Among other things, the creation of a shadow Internet system appears as an attempt to initiate and control color revolutions in other countries, business intelligence and economic security expert Alexander Mitrofanov said in an interview with the Voice of Russia. According to him, this is an instrument to be widely used by the American secret services. Especially given that a precedent already exists: the Syrian hysteria is suggested to have been fueled by an American IT specialist, who allegedly saw democracy being suppressed in Damascus, Alexander Mitrofanov said.

This is obviously a tool for spooks, destabilizers and those with agendas.
What it is not, is a tool for freedom, human rights or a free press.

As the author of this piece put's it-
This creation of a “shadow” internet only fuels the notion that the US is turning the Internet into a new battleground.


  1. Excellent. This helps explain the geography of what is happening to the internet.

    - Aangirfan

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  3. Ooops, deleted my previous comment. Goofy spelling.
    Note to self, don't type when over tired!
    amended response-

    Why thanks Aangirfan.
    This info helped not just by explaining the geography of what is happening.
    It maps out target countries.
    The preposterous mapping that includes Australia as a country that does not restrict Internet usage is..
    well ridiculous.

    But, it does clarify the political agenda.

    What I also found really telling was the news of the latest technology already created by the "hackers".

    All the hacking going on lately, who has really been doing it?
    What role did the whole wikileaks sensation play in this?
    Were they utilizing State department technology?
    What about all the other high profile hacks as of late?
    Was this technology behind them?
    What about the whole Rupert Murdoch news scandal?
    That little piece of info, just that one little piece shed a lot of light on what has been happening on line lately.

  4. NO word on 'Youtube' excuses for removing videos - often 'copyright' is used.

    Nashville will apparently bring in a law that will allow 'someone' to remove pictures that are considered 'offensive' a term usually defined by the ADL and others allowed to deeem what = offensive.

    I find the caption about Syria interesting - yet at one point we were asked to believe that a politically-active lesbian blogger was able to inform the 'west' about the lack of 'freedoms' in Syria.

    Note Sudan's captions - I take it to mean they don't have degrading porno-channels, pedophilia and all the rest. Goddamn freedom-haters!

    Also we were told how the internet more or less began the Arab Spring. How dya do that when you've got restricted internet access. I mean , you'd think, if u were going to restrict something it would be the call to take down the present regime.

    I see Moldavia hiiden away there - some trouble there might 'upset' the Russians, in time for the Winter Olympics.

    How many websites do u go to that give: 'Sorry page no longer here' - WHO takes them down?

    The 'good' nations use masses of irrelevant info to dilute important info - as well as using the MSM to call people names [ Conspiracy Theory, Truth Seeker, anti-semite].

    Which are the biggest hits on the 'tube - 'Awww, it's soooo sweet' - fucking cats dancing with child attired in MIckey Moosehead clothes.

    Anyhow I'm just off to pimp my child to the record industry.


    Gary McKinnon - looking at 60 years for getting into the CIA's compu-system, did not publish material, was looking for stuff about UFOs

    With the help of the police , hackers called journalists, hacked the dead.

    Now they're all whingeing like the pathetic excuses they are.


  5. Hey Aferrismoon!

    Oh I just love the point you make about the so called Syrian Lesbian blogger, in the world of management perception we were supposed to believe that she could blog away in Syria... surely that would mean Syrians had all manner of unrestricted internet freedoms.

    And of course the Arab springs all brought to us by the internet, you tube and face book.
    So you are right, how can the claim be made by that they restrict the internet.

    It sort of lays bare the multitude of lies that surround us on a daily basis.
    Lies masquerading as reality?

    You are correct about the page no longer available.
    I see as of late Google uses another tactic, if you click on a page, it comes up, but then moves to page unavailable if you do not click on the page promptly.
    I have come across that twice now and I expect to see it more and more..

    So "someone" can remove pictures that are deemed offensive to who?
    That's not censorship though, right?

    Nope, no censorship at all in the "free and democratic" west!