Sunday, March 16, 2014

Globalism Comes To The Internet

I really hadn't given this topic much thought until reading this article. It makes perfect sense however, in the spirit of almost everything becoming globalized:

U.S. officials announced plans Friday to relinquish federal government control over the administration of the Internet, a move that pleased international critics but alarmed some business leaders and others who rely on the smooth functioning of the Web. Pressure to let go of the final vestiges of U.S. authority over the system of Web addresses and domain names that organize the Internet has been building for more than a decade and was supercharged by the backlash last year to revelations about National Security Agency surveillance. The change would end the long-running contract between the Commerce Department and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a California-based nonprofit group. That contract is set to expire next year but could be extended if the transition plan is not complete.

We are handing over the Internet to THE most incompetent and evil body on the planet. It is ruled by Islamic dictators and Communists. John D. Rockefeller was all giddy over the prospect, he called the move “consistent with other efforts the U.S. and our allies are making to promote a free and open Internet, and to preserve and advance the current multi-stakeholder model of global Internet governance.” That ought to chill you to the bone right there. Handing the Internet to the UN paves the way for global government and Rockefeller knows it. Newt Gingrich was a lone voice of sanity on this issue — here’s his tweet on the subject:

“What is the global internet community that Obama wants to turn the internet over to? This risks foreign dictatorships defining the internet.”

The next shoe to drop comes to us from The Daily Caller. This move opens the door to a global Internet tax, probably beginning with domains. The power to tax, is the power to control — globally. Any control America had over the UN is now gone with this move and we have made it possible to institute a global government. It’s the ultimate shell game for a UN coup of the US’ power. And it took someone from within to facilitate the move – Barack Obama and the Progressive enemies within:

The U.S. government’s plan to give away authority over the Internet’s core architecture to the “global Internet community” could endanger the security of both the Internet and the U.S. — and open the door to a global tax on Web use. “U.S. management of the internet has been exemplary and there is no reason to give this away — especially in return for nothing,” former Bush administration State Department senior advisor Christian Whiton told The Daily Caller. “This is the Obama equivalent of Carter’s decision to give away the Panama Canal — only with possibly much worse consequences.”

It doesn’t end there. No, that is just the beginning. This is also a national security threat. What if the UN didn’t like the actions of the US? A common occurrence. Would we lose our Internet access? Could someone shut down our power grids? Take over our government? Our enemies would have almost full access. Forget about stopping cyber attacks. We would be facilitating them through the UN. This has intellectual property, economic, national and international security implications. A last chilling quote from Whiton:

“Under invariably incompetent U.N. control, it could mean a hostile foreign power disabling the Internet for us,” Whiton said.

There are a number of US officials who have been ringing warning bells over the dangers of ceding ICANN’s authority to the International Telecommunication Union, which is a UN agency. There are fears, and justifiably so, that enemies such as Russia, China and Iran could use this move to implement online censorship. 

Americans For Limited Government had this to say about handing the Internet over to our enemies at the UN:

“Congress needs to prevent the Obama Administration from giving away U.S. control over the Internet to any international body. To allow the free speech rights of U.S. citizens to be threatened by international bodies that don’t recognize these fundamental rights is dangerous and a threat to our national sovereignty. Perhaps this latest egregious action by the Obama Administration in their quest to deconstruct the United States will finally wake Congress up to their power of the purse responsibility as a co-equal partner in government.”

USAHitman has a great piece on all of this, They are ringing the warning bell on tyranny at the UN:

Analysts, however, said the UN plot to take over the Internet and expand its powers has essentially nothing to do with either terror or propaganda. Instead, critics of the scheme argued, the establishment is getting nervous about the Internet — possibly the final bastion of true free speech in the world — and is working to crack down on it now, before the people of the world wake up and remove the shackles of tyranny. “The powers-that-be have decided that they need to track user details on the Internet to prevent crime…. The ultimate goal is world government and it is being built via ever-more authoritarian means,” noted analysts at the liberty-minded Daily Bell, which has been vigorously defending Internet freedom as the potential key to advancing human freedom throughout the world. In essence, then, the UN hopes to facilitate tyranny. “What we call the Internet Reformation has made it more difficult for the power elite to utilize dominant social themes — fear-based promotions — to frighten middle classes into giving up wealth and control to globalist institutions like the UN,” the analysts observed. “As a result, the elites wish to attack and control the Internet.” Heavyweight defenders of free speech and an open Internet, however, insist that the fight must go on. “For the first time in human history, supporters of liberty around the world can share information across borders quickly and cheaply. Without the filter of government censors, this information emboldens millions to question governments and promote liberty,” wrote Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), a hero to freedom activists around the world. “This is why liberty-minded Americans must do everything possible to oppose — and stop — government attempts to censor or limit the free flow of information online.”

I would remind Americans that the first thing done when conflict breaks out, or a regime wants to silence its masses, is to clamp down on the Internet. We have just handed the greatest force for freedom and liberty on the planet to dictators. The freest nation on the planet created the Internet. Now the most oppressive ones will silence it. Contact your Senators and Congressmen and fast. Obama and the Marxists have just handed Internet control to our enemies – they have given them the keys to the kingdom that now dominates virtually every aspect of our lives and our freedoms. Free press and bloggers, such as myself, will be controlled, regulated, penalized and shut out. A new world government headed by the UN will take complete control, unless we stop this takeover from the enemies within and without.


Waterer said...

This just makes no sense whatsoever. To be a Nation who has been founded on and sustained for others the freedom of expression,yet now handing over control,CONTROL to others is a silent and deadly move. It is more dangerous than turning the US postal service over to the UN.
They say when America catches a cold the rest of the world gets pneumonia, in this case when our order becomes a mess, the rest of the world has chaos.

Chaos in need of a new Order..

Scott said...

Indeed...This is just one of many "global" moves that we'll be seeing in the near future...All setting the stage for the Tribulation