The Next Phase of Internet Censorship Has Begun: Man the Battle Stations!
24 September 2011
Reports pertaining to the censorship and takedown of personal websites continue to flood in.
First, YouTube meddled with the view counts of folks like Alex Jones over at Info Wars and Prison Planet. Then Flickr, MySpace and Facebook began censoring comments and material. Now an increasing number of independent online media is beginning to feel the sharp edge of the blade.
Amazon & Wikileaks
When Wikileaks went under fire for its publication of material such as the quarter million diplomatic cables (or Pentagon Papers 2), Amazon decided to pull the plug on its service to the whistleblower website.
Subsequently, we found out that the CEO and founder of Amazon attended the most recent Bilderberg group meeting in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Is it any wonder that Amazon too has joined the bandwagon? Average Joe’s who shot to fame and fortune, respective business empire founders such as Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, have been enticed by the club of “good old boys” and awoken that innate and evil human desire to play God with the rest of us.
This author was responsible for the Wikileaks publication of the few Bilderberg meeting documents available a week before their meet in Greece of 2009. They had been obtained from the author of Illuminati Conspiracy Archive, whose website seems to have become now defunct. Apparently, they had floated around on the net some years before, to have been taken down, and this author figured it wise to republish the few documents available to aid research.
A final disclaimer on the subject of Wikileaks. This author believes Wikileaks to be a “US Government con job.” Esteemed analyst William Engdahl has written extensively on this topic. Engdahl points out how no document released really told us anything we did not already know. In actuality, every document supported the Pentagon agenda in the Middle East and elsewhere. No mention of September 11th, 2001 or the banks (how convenient that got deleted!).