Friday 15th of November 2019

full spectrum dominance .....

‘The Pentagon’s plans for engaging in “virtual warfare”
are impressive. As BBC notes: “The operations described in the document include
a surprising range of military activities: public affairs officers who brief
journalists, psychological operations troops who try to manipulate the thoughts
and beliefs of an enemy, computer network attack specialists who seek to
destroy enemy networks.” (BBC) 

The enemy, of course, is you,
dear reader, or anyone who refuses to accept their role as a witless-cog in new
world order. Seizing the internet is a prudent way of controlling every piece
of information that one experiences from cradle to grave; all necessary for an
orderly police-state. 

The Information Operations
Roadmap (IOR) recommends that psychological operations (Psyops) “should
consider a range of technologies to disseminate propaganda in enemy territory:
unmanned aerial vehicles, "miniaturized, scatterable public address
systems", wireless devices, cellular phones and the internet.” No idea is
too costly or too far-fetched that it escapes the serious consideration of the
Pentagon chieftains. 

The War Dept. is planning to
insert itself into every area of the internet from blogs to chat rooms, from
leftist web sites to editorial commentary. The objective is to challenge any
tidbit of information that appears on the web that may counter the official
narrative; the fairytale of benign American intervention to promote democracy
and human rights across the planet. 

The IOR aspires to "provide
maximum control of the entire electromagnetic spectrum" and develop the
capability to "disrupt or destroy the full spectrum of globally emerging
communications systems, sensors, and weapons systems dependent on the
electromagnetic spectrum". (BBC) 

Full spectrum dominance.’ 

The Pentagon’s
War On The Internet
 

Meanwhile …… 

‘The US government is developing a massive computer
system that can collect huge amounts of data and, by linking far-flung
information from blogs and e-mail to government records and intelligence
reports, search for patterns of terrorist activity.  

The
system - parts of which are operational, parts of which are still under
development - is already credited with helping to foil some plots. It is the
federal government's latest attempt to use broad data-collection and powerful
analysis in the fight against terrorism. But by delving deeply into the digital
minutiae of American life, the program is also raising concerns that the
government is intruding too deeply into citizens' privacy. 

"We
don't realize that, as we live our lives and make little choices, like buying
groceries, buying on Amazon, Googling, we're leaving traces everywhere,"
says Lee Tien, a staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
"We have an attitude that no one will connect all those dots. But these
programs are about connecting those dots - analyzing and aggregating them - in
a way that we haven't thought about. It's one of the underlying fundamental
issues we have yet to come to grips with."
 

US Plans Massive Data
Sweep

Let's code our blogs

Bush: Dwarf
Cheney Badshot
Howard Johnnee
etc

when the cap fits .....

Hi Gus.

Why not just call them for what they are: fascist war criminals?

When the cap fits ......  

Cheers. 

 

Prickly Bush

Just a jest from me for everyone to push the real description buttons