Sunday, August 30, 2009

The Last Straw

The Last Straw

You have to hand it to the party of "change".
It is second to none in the "all terrorism all the time" department.
In a calculated move to stifle dissent and crush the vocal opposition to his
agenda, the usurper Barry Soetoro is pushing the Cybersecurity Act of 2009 (S.773),
which would hand the usurper unlimited power to disconnect private-sector
computers from the Internet.

CNET reported August 28,
that the latest version of the bill would allow the usurper to 'declare a
cybersecurity emergency' relating to 'non-governmental' computer networks
and do what's necessary to respond to the threat."

As The New York Times revealed in June,
a former National Security Agency (NSA),
analyst described a secret database "code-named Pinwale,
that archived foreign and domestic e-mail messages."
The former analyst "described being trained in 2005 for a program in which the
agency routinely examined large volumes of Americans' e-mail messages without
court warrants. Two current intelligence officers have confirmed that the program is still in

By declaring a cybersecurity emergency if the bill is made law,
the usurper can order the shutdown of Internet traffic to and from any
site he chooses.
If the Cybersecurity Act of 2009 becomes law,
it will be the straw that breaks the camels back.
The Patriot (Sovereign-Citizen), Militia and Survivalist communities web
presence will virtually disappear overnight.

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