It’s Time to Prepare for the Worst – Upcoming Internet Surrender Threatens Constitutional Freedom
Readers, this article comes a little bit “long in the tooth” and undoubtedly many of you are already aware of the reasoning behind it. On October 1st, 2016, the Obama administration handed off the control of the internet from the Commerce Department to ICANN (The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) – a foreign corporation largely under the control of Russia and China. No one is exactly sure about what all of this entails; however, the largest problems come from a lack of individual privacy. These two nations mentioned are pretty “big” on censorship and control of the press and writings, whether in standard newsprint or on the venue we call the Internet.
Warning Signs to Look Out For:
– Freedom of speech being “cracked down” upon: news stopped at the source through censorship.
– Loss of privacy/anonymity through the assignment of an “Internet ID” that would force everyone who uses the Internet to be identified for every search, every product and every e-mail.
– “Demonization” of blogs whose emphasis are on prepping, survival, intentional communities and anything anti-government or pro-Constitution.
– Greater control on your purchases, financial transactions, and any business that you may conduct that is not in public view.
– Anything against the established governments and/or the societal constructs oftentimes termed the New World Order (NWO).
These concerns are very real. The MSM (Mainstream Media) is pretty much bought and paid for by the large corporate conglomerates and heads of industry (referred to as “Oligarchs”), as well as politicians and their ilk. We are dependent on independent news media sites, especially those on the internet to supply us with accurate news and advice on what to do to prepare for the inevitable collapse.
What can be done should the Internet become completely censored?
1. Find a good tech guy in your local area that can run a bypass and enable communications to proceed for you when the Draconian measures fall into place.
Remember: The Internet is not only a source of information, but it is a venue for communication, as well. With the data collection center of the U.S. in Ogden, Utah, every e-mail and every phone conversation is collected and recorded for storage by the U.S. government. To what end? Toward the end of wiping out every method of communicating privately with one another when they decide to throw the switch. That facility just mentioned ran the Americans a whopping $50 billion in taxes.
2. The Americans pay their taxes for their jailers to build larger and more efficient prisons for the citizens.
That being mentioned, now is the time to solidify all of your contacts on the Internet… develop a network of those both local and national, to communicate with when the disaster comes. When they clamp down, life will become a lot more difficult. Here are some of the short-term solutions for local communications and partially for long-range:
– Citizens band radio (a system of short-distance radio communications): can be utilized effectively for a considerable distance.
– Shortwave and “Ham” (amateur) radios: for longer distances.
– Courier: with a network of individuals on the “circuit” you can send private messages to one another in a “snail-mail-type” of courier operation.
– Motorola’s (old cell phones): for short distances, they work pretty well, as much as a mile and a half on most models with line of sight (LOS) interrupted by trees, terrain, and buildings.
There are certainly more methods we will not mention here, and you’ll have to use your imagination regarding them. The next thing we mention here is data collection and storage. What happens when they shut down Wikipedia or “Howtopedia” for starters? Here’s our suggestion:
3. Download every scrap of information that you can manage onto jump drives, and for every file you save print that file off and make a “hard copy” for your records.
Get a hold of all of the CDs you can that you can use in your computer for learning, preparation, supplies, equipment, and the like… to help make you more Internet independent. Any stuff you do should be backed-up to a hard copy (printed).
February 25, 2017