I’ve written lately about having serious problems with online access and with the use of my old iPad. The problems didn’t happen all at once, they slowly crept up the way the loss of civil rights and decency have crept up on the people of the U.S. I decided that planned obsolescence is the reason for my iPad gradually breaking down. The internet access had been slowing for a while and I’d occasionally be kicked offline, then I started experiencing e-mail difficulties. Then very suddenly the internet access speed slowed significantly, I was kicked offline much more often and I had trouble accessing certain videos on Youtube. It escalated quickly after that.
For the past few weeks I haven’t been able to access my blog on my iPad. I’ve significantly cut down on blogging activity and have been going to libraries to do anything at all with the account. I have A LOT of partially written essays and research notes in my iPad “notes” section and didn’t want to take a chance of losing it due to a sudden, complete breakdown so I decided to e-mail as much as possible as a kind of backup. (It caused me to realize just how many pages I have of unfinished writings).
I’ve been storing them in e-mail and while trying to e-mail a page about something controversial enough to not be believed by most people (and shocking if it has any validity) I was prevented from doing so. I tried a few times and received this message each time:
“The message could not be delivered. Spam detected by content scanner. Message rejected.”
I’ve never been sure exactly what is meant by spam so I looked it up.
According to Optimum Online it means:
“Protecting Against Computer Viruses: A computer virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer without permission or knowledge of the user. What We’re Doing Many computer viruses are propagated through e-mail…”
According to various dictionaries:
noun – irrelevant or inappropriate messages sent on the Internet to a large number of recipients.
Definition of spam: unsolicited usually commercial messages (such as e-mails, text messages or Internet postings) sent to a large number of recipients or posted in a large number of places
1 Irrelevant or unsolicited messages sent over the Internet, typically to a large number of users, for the purposes of advertising, phishing, spreading malware, etc.
1 Unwanted or intrusive advertising on the Internet.
as modifier ‘an autogenerated spam website’
This is the information labeled as spam by Optimum Online:
Operation Gotham Shield: U.S. Gov’t To “Simulate Nuke Blast Over Manhattan” Az Actual War Nearz
Scheduled for April 24 & 25 & What You Need To Know
by Mac Slavo
False flag watch is now active.
A general alert is out for something major in the near or immediate future. Hopefully, it is just another false alarm, instead of another false flag. Either way, danger is at hand.
Given all that is going on in the world, it is downright eerie to discover that the federal government is once again staging mock disasters that draw disturbing parallels with current world events.
It is a tabletop, joint agency exercise involving FEMA, Homeland Security and a myriad of law enforcement and military agencies. WMD, chemical and biological units will all be on hand as a response is tested for a “simulated” nuclear detonation over the Manhattan and nearby shores of New Jersey.
The potential for a more explosive false flag to spin out of control, by hijacking and ‘converting’ the simulated actions, is all too real.
This is closely related to the mechanism that many researchers believe was at work on 9/11, nesting a false flag attack inside of a series of large scale training operations which invoked emergency powers and simulated attacks in locations that were actually hit.
According to the Voice of Reason:
On April 18th thru May 5th, 2017, state, local, and federal organizations alike are planning for Oper. Goth. Shield 2017 — a major nuclear detonation drill in the New York-New Jersey area, along with the U.S.-Canadian border. During this exercise, 4 nuclear devices, 2 of which are rendered “safe” during the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Vital Archer Exercise, and one successful 10kt detonation in the NYC/NJ area, along with one smaller detonation on the U.S./Canadian border are to take place.
Among the organizations involved are:
U.S. Department f Energy (DOE)
U.S. Department of Defense (DOD)
U.S. Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO)
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM)
State of New Jersey Office of Emergency Management
State of New York Office of Emergency Management
City of New York Office of Emergency Management
The preceding document comes from The Nevada National Security Service. Their primary role with the government is to help ensure the security of the U.S. and its allies by supporting the stewardship of the nuclear deterrent, providing emergency response capability and training and contributing to key nonproliferation and arms control initiatives.
If nuclear war breaks out, which U.S. cities would be targeted first?
Here’s How the Deep State Is Trying to Lead Trump into a Nuclear War
Nuclear Power Plants On Alert Following Credible Cyber Threats: “Terrorists May Have Developed Ways Of Bypassing Safety Checks”
DHS Prepares For Nuke Attack With Massive Order For Radiation Detectors: ‘To Ensure Nuclear Devices Aren’t Secretly Being Transported In Public Areas’
source: Operation Gotham Shield: U.S. Gov’t To “Simulate Nuke Blast Over Manhattan”
WordPress post I received in my same e-mail last year containing this dangerous information:
Hmmm. I wouldn’t describe warning people of a possibly dangerous action taken by one’s government as inappropriate – regardless of the veracity of the information. It isn’t intended to take down any governments or harm anyone. In true Jeffersonian fashion it’s meant as a warning to keep an eye on the people we pay to run our government and to make sure they don’t become too severely addicted to power and control over us. (Too late for that, apparently). And since I was sending this e-mail to myself it couldn’t possibly be unwanted.
I’ve followed this blog for a few years. Interestingly, I’ve been “unfollowed” by and have “unfollowed” it three times in the past year – without either of us taking this action. The site posts mostly about civil rights, police and judicial brutality, imperialism, the history of genocide and slavery, is very pro-knowledge and pro-Black Panther Party, and educates about criminally violent actions against political prisoners.
That makes this entire episode a bit more interesting to me.
I “copy & pasted” the information into the “notes” section of my iPad almost a year ago. There didn’t seem to be a virus at that time. When I clicked on the link to see the page from which I received this information I noticed that the video attached to it had been deleted and a podcast that was posted in the comment section had also been deleted.
It’s important to notice the final paragraph which states that the information came from the Nevada National Security Service. Here is their stated mission:
“Mission of the NNSS: The Nevada National Security Site helps ensure the security of the United States and its allies by supporting the stewardship of the nuclear deterrent, providing emergency response capability and training, and contributing to key nonproliferation and arms control initiatives. We execute unique national-level experiments, support national security customers through work for others, manage the legacy of the Cold War nuclear deterrent, and provide long-term environmental stewardship for site missions.”
Here is a link to their website: https://www.nnss.gov
Even if this information was blown out of proportion and there was nothing to be concerned about, the fact that our government first published the information, then deemed it inappropriate is something to be concerned about. My point isn’t about the validity of the opinion given about the information (after all, it’s opinion), it’s about the freedom to discuss issues that concern us and not to have discussion limited to the what “the powers that be” want us to be concerned about (mainly shopping and celebrity worship). Maybe we should have more say in deciding what is important to us and what has validity. Maybe a democracy would be a nice change.
Some people might suggest that we don’t have all of the information that people at the DOD have. Yes, exactly. Maybe people that actually represent us should have access to more information without having to keep it secret. If we had a more open society it’s very likely we wouldn’t have the level of paranoia we see around us (dark, damp places tend to form rot). There’d be more trust that our concerns are the same as the people taking care of our “national security” issues instead of their priorities being how much control they can exert over the masses. We allow them to frame virtually all of our discussions and this infects it with a subtle censorship whether we realize it or not.
Benjamin Franklin: “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
Should knowledge be sold to the highest bidder or should it be a means toward freedom?
Just an added note: It took me hours of set-up to piece this essay together. I had to “copy & paste” it in sections from my iPad into my e-mail account, then go to a library and take it out of my e-mail section by section to copy & paste into a WordPress post. I had to cut it into smaller and smaller sections until it wasn’t detected as “spam.”