The Internet – No Longer Public Domain but Private Dictate

The Internet - No Longer Public Domain but Private Dictate

The Internet - No Longer Public Domain but Private Dictate - More Money for the Boys

We, over the last decade and a half, have had open access to
information greater than all other periods of history through the
unlimited access we have to the internet. They say there are 1
billion Internet users on the web and any user anywhere
technically can communicate with any other, any where on earth.
This access has largely created the greatest opportunity for
mankind in modern history and contemporary society with in our
globally oriented society.

Free transfer of information, uncensored, unlimited and
untainted, is about to become a thing of the past. One issue you
must be aware of is this - in order to control the process
activities of thinking men you must possess total control of all
resources and repositories of information and then limit that
information to the privileged few.

Education, commerce, government, news, entertainment, politics
and countless other areas are accessible to all and sundry and as
such, the ability of all men to exercise his individuality is his
right. However, that is about to end.

What is required by the elite is a hive mind mentality, where
all think the same, and no one thinks outside the permitted
limits. The internet not only allows this potential but it
actually encourages it, so in order to control humanity and
direct its future there is no other alternative but to limit
peoples ability to acquire knowledge. Of course there is with any
new invention the capability for good as well as evil. The upside
is we can have open doors to vast information never before
dreamed of, however the downside is we also, by the same
technology can have access to knowledge that is harmful to a good
decent society. It is this issue that is now becoming a major
point of debate and contention.

Like as every good thing, corrupt, political and greedy
industrial capitalistic minds seek to elaborate the negatives and
legislate what they deem to be accessible and available to the
average public individual, and what is not admissible. A MATTER
DON’T MATTER) So these self proclaimed illumined rulers of
“prison planet earth” or “animal farm” as
it was envisioned have decided we are no longer worthy or
entitled to unlimited knowledge via the internet. The authorities
always look for legal loopholes in order to justify legislation
to deny access to a thing. The way their greedy minds works is
abysmal, in that they are always looking at a methodology to
charge or tax the unsuspecting masses, so that they can line
their pockets with the hard earned rewards of the workers who
have no other opportunity but to utilize their own labour as a
means to get ahead.

Concerning the internet, scrutiny and oversight are needed,
especially where children are involved but, when there are
potential profits open to a corporation, the needs of society
don't count, and to be frank the issue of children and their
susceptibility to adversely influenced data is not a big
business’s concern and certainly not their primary reason
for controlling the internet. In actual fact these same business
groups are the greatest proponents of the very products that are
destroying the morality of our society. Their only reason and
motivation (as is always the case) is profit and the bottom line,
but in the process their ugly reasoning concludes “to
totally control we must totally constrain”. To wield
absolute dominion we must absolutely dominate. Not just some, but
all forms of information and access to it. In other words they
must control what we think, and mark my words the Bible makes
clear that is exactly what they will attempt to do. Read

Take the recent case in Canada with the behemoths, Telus and
Rogers rolling out a charge for text messaging without any
warning to the public. It was an arrogant and risky move for the
telecommunications giants because it backfired. People actually
used Internet technology to deliver a loud and clear message to
these companies and that was to scrap the extra charge. The
people used the power of the Internet against the big boys and
the little guys won.

“Death of free internet is imminent, Canada will become
test case” by Kevin Parkinson

Canada is being used as a test case to drastically change
the delivery of Internet service forever. The change will be so
radical that it has the potential to send us back to the horse
and buggy days of information sharing and access. In the upcoming
weeks watch for a report in Time Magazine that will attempt to
smooth over the rough edges of a diabolical plot by Bell Canada
and Telus, to begin charging per site fees on most Internet
sites.  The plan is to convert the Internet into a cable-like
system, where customers sign up for specific web sites, and then
pay to visit sites beyond a cutoff point.

I have discovered that the 'demise' of the free
Internet is slated for 2010 in Canada, and two years later around
the world.  Canada is seen a good choice to implement such
shameful and sinister changes, since Canadians are viewed as
being laissez fair, politically uninformed and an easy target.
The corporate marauders will iron out the wrinkles in Canada and
then spring the new version of the Internet on the rest of the
world, probably with little fanfare, except for some dire
warnings about the 'evil' of the Internet (free) and the
CEO's spouting about 'safety and security'. These
buzzwords usually work pretty well.

However, as is the case with cable television now, if you
choose something that is not part of the package, you know what
happens. You pay extra. And this is where the Internet (free) as
we know it will suffer almost immediate, economic strangulation.
Thousands and thousands of Internet sites will not be part of the
package so users will have to pay extra to visit those sites!  In
just an hour or two it is possible to easily visit 20-30 sites or
more while looking for information.  Just imagine how high these
costs will be.

At present, the world condemns China because that country
restricts certain websites. "They are undemocratic; they are
removing people's freedom; they don't respect individual
rights; they are censoring information,” are some of the
comments we hear. But what Bell Canada and Telus have planned for
Canadians is much worse than that.  They are planning the death
of the Internet (free) as we know it, and I expect they'll be
hardly a whimper from Canadians. It's all part of the
corporate plan for a New World Order and virtually a masterstroke
that will lead to the creation of billions and billions of
dollars of corporate profit at the expense of the working and
middle classes.

There are so many other implications as a result of these
changes, far too many to elaborate on here. Be aware that we will
all lose our privacy because all websites will be tracked as part
of the billing procedure, and we will be literally cut off from
90% of the information that we can access today. Bloggers and
small website operators will die a quick death because people
will not pay to go to their sites and read their pages.

Ironically, the only medium that can save us is the one we are
trying to save- the Internet (free). This article will be posted
on my Blog, and I encourage
people and groups to learn more about this issue. Canadians can
keep the Internet free just as they kept text messaging free. 
Don't wait for the federal politicians. They will do nothing
to help us.

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