Conspiracy No More

Beginning a piece with a quote is sometimes an appeal to an authority lacking in the temerity of the author’s viewpoint, however these quotes too adroitly characterize the times we live in to worry about saving face. Most especially, when you take into consideration one of the infamous sources:

“Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.”
Adolf Hitler

“In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act.”
George Orwell

It’s easy to think that you are crazy (or at least deluded) when you publish evidence of a conspiracy against a system bulging from every pocket with corruption and the treacherous means to protect it. It is even easier for people to vilify you when you challenge their protective illusions beyond credulity and then still further. Still further, yet not even close to the size of the real conspiracy being exposed by the whistleblowers Chelsea(formerly Bradley) Manning, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden. What do you consider a conspiracy? A hidden agenda? A concealed plot?  When a government covers up the truth? Is it still a conspiracy when the lie is public? When they stop trying to hide what they are doing to their own people? Whatever your feelings about censorship and the cinching gauntlet of government control, sometimes people need to see this stuff for themselves.

A women delivers a speech as she stands on a chair of the public art project "Anything to Say?" at the Alexander Square in Berlin, Germany, Friday, May 1, 2015. The sculpture of the Italian artist Davide Dormino shows the whistleblowers Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden, from right, to honour their courage. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

A women delivers a speech as she stands on a chair of the public art project “Anything to Say?” at the Alexander Square in Berlin, Germany, Friday, May 1, 2015. The sculpture of the Italian artist Davide Dormino shows the whistleblowers Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden, from right, to honour their courage. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

Why don’t we start with WikiLeaks:

Go to this site [http://collateralmurder.com/] and try to watch the leaked videos of civilians shot in cold blood from the air in Baghdad by US helicopter gunmen. Expert training, professional military intelligence and high tech visual tools foiled by bloodlust and the ability to confuse a camera for a rocket launcher? These inept gunmen given authorization by equally inept commanders to: “Light em all up!”

And the result of this all too common and unjustified slaughter? The deaths of Reuters photographer Namir Noor-Eldeen, 22, and his assistant and driver Saeed Chmagh, 40.
One can only imagine how desperately the military doesn’t want the average citizen to see what they are sending their sons and daughters into the Army, Navy and Airforce to do. The bloodthirsty prurience of the killer as they target a victim now riddled with bullets as he crawls the bloodsoaked ground. “All you gotta do is pick up a weapon”, one soldier says over the COM as he eagerly hopes for the justification to be able to murder the already dying man.
Once you have watched the footage yourself, reading the Reuters article on the event will bring into sharper focus the forces lined up against disruption of the officially sanctioned pro-war, pro-corporate narratives. This can be clearly seen throughout the Reuters article in which reporters must repeatedly use Assange’s words to convey their own viewpoint. In other words, even Reuters must write what they think between the lines to avoid the consequences of breaking rank. A fact compounded when Reuters’ desperate attempts to find out what happened to their correspondents were met with a wall of US Military obfuscation and denials. That is until the WikiLeaks decrypting and subsequent release of the classified horrorshow. And yet we stand by and allow our governments to chase, harangue, threaten and imprison these men of courage!

And here a warning to the faint of heart, or as yet, insufficiently terrified: Watching the decrypted video causes a sickness of heart that fills the viewer to a depth that threatens any fundamental belief in the good of mankind. This gnawing malaise deepens when you take the time to view a fraction of what WikiLeaks has exposed of the war in Iraq and the US terror tactics abroad. Counterterror tactics would apply here if the video didn’t clearly show otherwise.
The image below is taken from decrypted footage exposed by wikileaks showing US soldiers torturing prisoners at Abu Ghraib.

Beating the helpless ~ welcome to the US Army! Booyah!

Specialist Charles A. Graner punching handcuffed Iraqi prisoners.

 [NOTE: 1 YEAR AFTER THE PUBLISHING OF THIS ARTICLE ON Jun 30, 2015 @ 04:24 THE
 LINKS TO THE VIDEOS ON Collateralmurder.com HAVE BEGUN WORKING PROPERLY. ANOTHER TOOL OF THE DAMAGE CONTROL ARSENAL IS TO DELAY THE REACTION BY SHUTTING DOWN CONTROVERSIAL OR CORROBORATING INFORMATION UNTIL PUBLIC OUTCRY HAS DIED DOWN.]

Yet to understand the subtlety used in the widening net of damage control techniques employed as part of the surveillance and control arms of the US/UK and Canadian government one needs only look a the link posted by Reuters in their article. The video objects embedded in the page will come up blank in Google Chrome. No error, no warning, just blank. So you think the video link is broken. But check out what happens when you visit the website on the TOR network. Now suddenly you can watch the videos.

In-Browser-WikileaksCensored_01

Not all government control is obvious at first. Sometimes you have to ask the ‘why’ of simple things like why videos aren’t loading.

What may not be immediately apparent in the above screenshots is that part of the authentication and site verification code in the Google Chrome browser is interacting with the collateralmurder.com website specifically! On most websites like Youtube, no login is required to watch a particular video yet here we clearly see that in the Google Chrome browser the video appears blank. To the untrained eye, the link appears to be broken. But is it? In this case the ‘blackout’ has been triggered when the Wikileaks site certificate is checked against a Verisign or Geotrust global database which is then acted upon by the browser to enable or disable certain content for being ‘dangerous’. What this implies if correct, is that Google as well as the global site verification infrastructure is complicit in censuring or ‘browning out’ information they don’t want the general public to be privy to. Now here is where it gets interesting.
If you try to watch the video directly on youtube in your TOR browser you are asked to sign in to confirm your age!

youtube_tor_cockblock_01This then identifies you uniquely to the algorithmic flagging system which in turn alerts the host of watchers and controllers from the NSA, PRISM, CSIS etc. As many daily YouTube users know, this sign in is rarely required to view even the most horrendous videos. So again, this is another block put in place to track those who are viewing it while dissuading the casual observer from seeing the atrocities for themselves.

Anne Rand once famously said, “An attempt to achieve the good by force is like an attempt to provide a man with a picture gallery at the price of cutting out his eyes.”
There is no doubt that ignorance is bliss, but not at any cost. In order to sleep at night, many of us must switch off to the certain knowledge that we are being systematically stalked by our own governments; corralled towards an agenda of complete control and indoctrination. Anyone who refuses to see this in light of what the latest generation of whistleblowers has released is in very real danger of becoming a victim or a tool of the state. Sleeping in this class will get you imprisoned, killed or ‘re-educated’. This is a heretofore unrealized level of fascism in which keeping your head down will not be tolerated. In this digital age, you cannot hide so your choices will be fight or dance.
Compliance will not be enough, you will dance with a forced smile on your face like Kim Jong Un’s starving population. Remember the North Koreans could not have imagined what awaited them when Kim Il-sung came to power in 1948 after the Japanese had split the country. But now we can. History is the only map to the future worth a damn, yet it is the first thing redacted by a corrupt regime. What is happening in the US, China, Russia and elsewhere has happened before and always resulted in world war or attempts at world government.
Where corruption is all pervasive, conspiracy supplants law, and law supplants truth!

Once conspiracy marches its jackboots with daylight impunity,
it becomes the law and is conspiracy no more!

This is all the time you will ever have to wake up and arm yourself with the means to face the truth before it is covered over like so many mass graves.

 

 

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Notes & References:
1. Bradley Edward Manning
Born: December 17, 1987 (age 27)
Crescent, Oklahoma, U.S.
Location: 35 years in prison, reduction in rank to private (private E-1 or PVT), forfeiture of all pay and allowances,dishonorable discharge[2]

image

  1. Chelsea Elizabeth Manning is a United States Army soldier who was convicted in July 2013 of violations of the Espionage Act and other offenses, after disclosing to WikiLeaks nearly three-quarters of a …Wikipedia

Link1, Link2

2. Julian Assange
Born: 3 July 1971 (age 43)
Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Location:Embassy of Ecuador, London, United Kingdom(temporary asylum)
Julian-Assange-bodyJulian Assange (Computer programmer)

  1. Julian Paul Assange is an Australian computer programmer, publisher and journalist. He is known as the editor-in-chief of the website WikiLeaks, which he co-founded in 2006 after an earlier career in hacking and programming. Wikipedia

Link1, Link2

3. Edward Joseph Snowden
Born: June 21, 1983 (age 32)
Elizabeth City, North Carolina,United States
Location: Russia (temporary asylum)
Edward_Snowden-2

  1. Edward Snowden
    Computer professional
  2. Edward Joseph “Ed” Snowden is an American computer professional, former CIA employee, and government contractor who leaked classified information from the U.S. National Security Agency in 2013. Wikipedia

Link1, Link2, Link3

4. Reuters article written by (Reporting by David Alexander and Phillip Stewart, Editing by Frances Kerry) Link1
5. On October 22, 2010, nearly 400,000 secret United States Army field reports and war logs, detailing torture, summary executions and war crimes, were passed on to the British paper, The Guardian, and several other international media organisations through the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks. Among other things, the logs detail how U.S. authorities failed to investigate hundreds of reports of abuse, torture, rape, and even murder by Iraqi police and soldiers, whose conduct appeared to be systematic and normally unpunished, and that U.S. troops abused prisoners for years even after the Abu Ghraib scandal Link1
6. Originally developed for the US Navy the TOR network was intended to allow anonymous(and highly encrypted) communications between one point on the web and another. Eventually this became an Open Source project which was released to the general public and developed and maintained by volunteer programmers and administrators.
–>To use TOR all you need is a small piece of software called a Client and a specially configured browser(bundled with the client).  Link1, Link2
7. Wikipedia entry:

GeoTrust was a restarted company in 2001 that acquired the security business of Equifax. The Equifax business was the basis of its fast growth. The founders of the restarted company were CEO Neal Creighton, CTO Chris Bailey and Principal Engineer Kefeng Chen. Having no previous fund raising experience Creighton, Bailey and Chen used an existing (almost bankrupt) company as the vehicle to acquire the business they had started at Equifax. The buyout of the Equifax certificate business was inexpensive given the final exit price in 2006.[1]

VeriSign acquired GeoTrust on 5 September 2006 for $125 million in cash. The main investor was St. Paul Venture Capital/VesBridge.

The pre-2001 GeoTrust was focused on the B to B exchange market which never materialized. GeoTrust became one of the few startup dotcom companies able to restart in a new direction and to achieve a successful outcome. ACG/ Mass High tech named VeriSign’s acquisition of GeoTrust as the sell side deal of the year for 2006.[2] With GeoTrust’s history, several individuals have had the title of co-founder. There are founders of the old GeoTrust which started in 1999 and had to restart in 2001 and founders of the restarted company in 2001 that sold to VeriSign in 2006 for $125 million. These may be viewed as two distinct companies with the same name in completely different businesses.[3]

Symantec acquired the GeoTrust brand in 2010 as part of its $1.28 billion acquisition of VeriSign’s security business.

8. PRISM program is a massive surveillance program operated by the United States National Security Agency (NSA). The PRISM program utilizes extensive data mining efforts to collect information and analyze that data for patterns of terrorist or other potential criminal activity. Link1
9.  The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS, /ˈsiːsɪs/;  is Canada’s primary national intelligence service. Link1
Bradley Edward Manning
Born: December 17, 1987 (age 27)
Crescent, Oklahoma, U.S.
Location: 35 years in prison, reduction in rank to private (private E-1 or PVT), forfeiture of all pay and allowances,dishonorable discharge[2]

image

  1. Chelsea Elizabeth Manning is a United States Army soldier who was convicted in July 2013 of violations of the Espionage Act and other offenses, after disclosing to WikiLeaks nearly three-quarters of a …Wikipedia

Link1, Link2

Julian Assange
Born: 3 July 1971 (age 43)
Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Location:Embassy of Ecuador, London, United Kingdom(temporary asylum)
Julian-Assange-bodyJulian Assange (Computer programmer)
  1. Julian Paul Assange is an Australian computer programmer, publisher and journalist. He is known as the editor-in-chief of the website WikiLeaks, which he co-founded in 2006 after an earlier career in hacking and programming. Wikipedia

Link1, Link2

Edward Joseph Snowden
Born: June 21, 1983 (age 32)
Elizabeth City, North Carolina,United States
Location: Russia (temporary asylum)
Edward_Snowden-2
  1. Edward Snowden
    Computer professional
  2. Edward Joseph “Ed” Snowden is an American computer professional, former CIA employee, and government contractor who leaked classified information from the U.S. National Security Agency in 2013. Wikipedia

Link1, Link2, Link3

Reuters article written by (Reporting by David Alexander and Phillip Stewart, Editing by Frances Kerry) Link1
On October 22, 2010, nearly 400,000 secret United States Army field reports and war logs, detailing torture, summary executions and war crimes, were passed on to the British paper, The Guardian, and several other international media organisations through the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks. Among other things, the logs detail how U.S. authorities failed to investigate hundreds of reports of abuse, torture, rape, and even murder by Iraqi police and soldiers, whose conduct appeared to be systematic and normally unpunished, and that U.S. troops abused prisoners for years even after the Abu Ghraib scandal Link1
Originally developed for the US Navy the TOR network was intended to allow anonymous(and highly encrypted) communications between one point on the web and another. Eventually this became an Open Source project which was released to the general public and developed and maintained by volunteer programmers and administrators.
–>To use TOR all you need is a small piece of software called a Client and a specially configured browser(bundled with the client).  Link1, Link2
Wikipedia entry:

GeoTrust was a restarted company in 2001 that acquired the security business of Equifax. The Equifax business was the basis of its fast growth. The founders of the restarted company were CEO Neal Creighton, CTO Chris Bailey and Principal Engineer Kefeng Chen. Having no previous fund raising experience Creighton, Bailey and Chen used an existing (almost bankrupt) company as the vehicle to acquire the business they had started at Equifax. The buyout of the Equifax certificate business was inexpensive given the final exit price in 2006.[1]

VeriSign acquired GeoTrust on 5 September 2006 for $125 million in cash. The main investor was St. Paul Venture Capital/VesBridge.

The pre-2001 GeoTrust was focused on the B to B exchange market which never materialized. GeoTrust became one of the few startup dotcom companies able to restart in a new direction and to achieve a successful outcome. ACG/ Mass High tech named VeriSign’s acquisition of GeoTrust as the sell side deal of the year for 2006.[2] With GeoTrust’s history, several individuals have had the title of co-founder. There are founders of the old GeoTrust which started in 1999 and had to restart in 2001 and founders of the restarted company in 2001 that sold to VeriSign in 2006 for $125 million. These may be viewed as two distinct companies with the same name in completely different businesses.[3]

Symantec acquired the GeoTrust brand in 2010 as part of its $1.28 billion acquisition of VeriSign’s security business.

PRISM program is a massive surveillance program operated by the United States National Security Agency (NSA). The PRISM program utilizes extensive data mining efforts to collect information and analyze that data for patterns of terrorist or other potential criminal activity. Link1
 The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS, /ˈsiːsɪs/;  is Canada’s primary national intelligence service. Link1