July 22, 2010
Following our article yesterday detailing the threat of a false flag cyber attack as a pretext to restrict the free Internet, the term ‘false flag cyber attack’ was sent to the top of the Google Trends charts:
In the space of under one week, we have seen multiple terms we have asked our readers and Alex Jones Show listeners to popularize shoot to the top of these rankings, leap frogging the mindlessness that usually permeates, and bringing important issues to a wider audience.
Though Google has attempted to censor some of these “volcanic” terms, our readers and listeners have demonstrated the power we can have via the net when we operate collectively.
Of course, this highlights the great threat to freedom that any attack on the Internet represents.
We must continue to inject into the public consciousness the fact that any attempt to equate the over inflated threat of cyber terrorism with a need to overhaul and restrict the Internet by government and it’s corporate arms represents another phony problem-reaction-solution agenda on behalf of those that are threatened by the incredible awakening and enhancement of knowledge that the Internet has enabled.
“For the first time in all of human history mankind is politically awakened – that’s a total new reality – it has not been so for most of human history.” – Zbigniew Brzezinski, May 2010