Military To Watch Net

update on censoring the internet

Analysis: U.S. military to patrol Internet: source

In a solicitation posted on the Web last week, the command said it was looking for a contractor to provide "Internet awareness services" to support "force protection" -- the term of art for the security of U.S. military installations and personnel.

"The purpose of the services will be to identify and assess stated and implied threat, antipathy, unrest and other contextual data relating to selected Internet domains," says the solicitation.

The solicitation says the successful contractor will "analyze various Web pages, chat rooms, blogs and other Internet domains to aggregate and assess data of interest," adding, "The contractor will prioritize foreign-language domains that relate to specific areas of concern … (and) will also identify new Internet domains" that might relate to "specific local requirements" of the command.

"We're not interested in being Big Brother," said LeAnne MacAllister, chief spokeswoman for the command, which runs communications in Europe for the U.S. Army and the military's joint commands there.

"I would not characterize it as monitoring," added Hembrook
U.S. Military overseeing all internet activity

It's not Big Brother, it's really not. And it's not monitoring either....just relax...don't even give it another thought.

Two steps forward, one step back. The agenda ALWAYS move forward.

With France leading the charge (see update link above), at least six countries recently agreed to create what may rightly be called a 'blacklisting agency'. This unknown entity will be working with the service providers to arbitrarily identify and block websites that contain "offensive material". In New York less than a month ago, Verizon, Sprint, and Time Warner began a similar program.

The handwriting is on the wall. The last outpost of freedom and protection from the psyops of the mass media "perception managers" must be shutdown. All dissent must eventually be silenced. The coming global-government machinery will not tolerate 'sand in the gears'.


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1Thessalonians 5:6 Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober.

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