This is well worth watching...
06/01/2008 - Every significant Internet provider around the globe is
currently in talks with access and content providers to transform the internet into
a television-like medium: no more freedom, you pay for a small commercial
package of sites you can visit and you'll have to pay for seperate subscriptions
for every site that's not in the package.
To view video:
_http://ipower. http://iphttp: //ipower_ (http://ipower. ning.com/ netneutrality)
I'm sending this to many people. Many have turned to alternative news on the net because of mistrust for the conglomerate media machine in the US. With that gone???????
Thank you for passing this on.... this information needs to be spread... I have been writing/researching on the Internet and information flows for a number of years... and this move has been rumoured for some time, especially with the big wigs such as Google buying up cables to form their own provider service. I recently published an article about the US's grand scheme for global communication control called 'Global Gridlock' over at Global Research - you can read it here - and so this is a continuation of the need to control global information flows in order to dumb down the acceleration of people's individual awakening..... however, it is totally 'tech-centred' in the material realm and does not take into account the new energies permeating 3-D affairs ;-)
Onwards and upwards,
'Let the beauty we love be what we do'
I am not a "scare freak" but when I saw this I said to myself, I need to spread it to as many as I can. I for one, do not use Google for any searches if I can avoid it. I find that I have inadvertantly joined google groups some while ago before I was aware that they are "in cahoots" with TPTB. I advise people frequently to not use Google.
In any case, the only thing I can think of to ward off this restriction of communication is to let people know. Pass it on!
In the love and light of our One Infinite Creator,
To tell the truth, I've been expecting the loss of the Internet sooner than 2012, though perhaps the date has some symbolism. The Internet is essentially a free and pretty lawless place, and it's the main source of opposition to the PTB and the main way of spreading real information. Shutting it down is a no-brainer, from their point of view.