Net neutrality and the New World Order

Fellow Humans

The internet is the most modern of revolutions. Indeed it is the modern renaissance.Writng as we know it has only been practiced for about 5000 years. The printing press has only been around for a few hundred and the internet for a few decades.

From the humble beginnings of the first spoken words, human communication has been about social interaction. A need to transmit knowledge and to solve problems is the basis behind all communication throughout history.

The first written scripts were historical documents, detailing the life and times of our ancestors. Later we began to impart theories as our understanding grew. The advent of the printing press created the first opportunity for ideas to be transmitted with low overheads. This was a great tool and was quickly snapped up as a means of social control.

Communication fast became one way traffic as the newspapers of the day provided all the information required. People put their faith in the media and they became the “people’s watchdog”. Later, television increased the role and the public sucked up the information they were given. Today, the words of the media are by and large, trusted and taken as Gospel.

The Internet changed all that. It reopened the two way communication routes once again. Common people could enter the arguments of the day and impart their views across the world. They can make their own documentaries, books, videos and poetry.

They can also form groups and challenge the “official” line. About 90% of all internet content is attributed to input from private individuals.

The big media outlets want the monopoly back in their hands. They are pushing for regulation and restriction under the “net neutrality” argument. They wish to return to the one way communication that gave them huge profit and control. They are constructing an internet world where they will supply the services that you will pay for, much like the digital and satellite systems on the television.

Creators of the modern internet are outraged. The internet belongs to no man or company. The internet revolution, unless we take action, will be back in the hands of the corporations who had nothing to do with its creation, software, or content. All the phone companies do is carry the signals on the cable networks, which we pay for. Nothing else!

Internet 2 is on the cards. If you value your freedom of expression, choice and interaction, you must resist this. One way mass programming is a tool of the New World Order. They must not be allowed to retake this avenue of free speech and activity from us.

Your in Humanhood



2 thoughts on “Net neutrality and the New World Order

  1. All I can say is that I am glad that there are some fighting with me for our freedoms. I just hope our fight is not in vain since we are a small amount of people in general. Most have not awakened from the media induced slumber as of yet. I am just afraid that we are going to see history repeat itself like in WW 2 with Hitler. Only a few stood up, and were silenced quickly, and the common voice was that of todays America.

    As changes and power was consolidated to the point of no return, any voice that was not in line with the Nazi Party was quickly snubbed out until there were not enough left to fight back and win.

    When the Nazis came for the communists,
    I remained silent;
    I was not a communist.

    When they locked up the social democrats,
    I remained silent;
    I was not a social democrat.

    When they came for the trade unionists,
    I did not speak out;
    I was not a trade unionist.

    When they came for the Jews,
    I remained silent;
    I wasn’t a Jew.

    When they came for me,
    there was no one left to speak out.

  2. Cash Guy

    Our mission has to be the acceleration of the infowar. At some stage, the tipping point will be reached where peer pressure will begin to fail, and those that continue to deny will become the minority.

    Do not be disheartened, each day, we grow stronger, each day , more join our ranks. Keep up the pressure. Like a broadside from a sailing ship, not all shots are going to hit, but some will.

    Thanks for your interest

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