With the premiere of a blockbuster movie The Social Network (Tagline: “You don’t get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies”), social network website Facebook.com – whose approximately 517,760,460 current members now total 7.6 % of the human race – has become the online emblem of virtual society in first decade of the 21st century.
Facebook.com has, by publicly reported evidence, become a covert data mine of Facebook users personal data and habits, at a time when Facebook’s 517 million members now number nearly 30% of all 1.9 billion Internet users on the planet.
Facebook.com is more than a covert data mine.
Facebook.com is, by the evidence, an instrument of information warfare and attack against Facebook users whose actions fall within specific clandestine surveillance guidelines established by DARPA and the U.S. Department of Defense Information Awareness Office.
Facebook.com has, by the evidence, also been used in furtherance of black budget operations such as the April 20, 2010 BP Gulf oil spill.
Investigation has revealed that Facebook.com has denied its users access to critical extraterrestrial disclosure information, and has sabotaged Facebook groups intended for organizing a boycott against BP, the oil giant responsible for the April 20, 2010 BP Gulf oil spill false flag operation, through the use of sophisticated spying and cointelpro Facebook.com software attack techniques.
One of the cointelpro-type attacks carried out by Facebook.com and documented by mainstream media newspaper Politico was against Facebook members who attempted to organize a boycott on Facebook.com against BP, one of the corporate perpetrators of the April 20, 2010 BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill that has devastated the ecology, economy, and population of the Gulf area.
These sophisticated spying and cointelpro Facebook.com software attack techniques could only be employed with the explicit approval of an upper management executive and venture capital level at Facebook.com. This Facebook.com upper level advertises its easy, open access to U.S. President Barack Obama, one of the largest recipients of campaign contributions from BP, and whose Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu, received a $500 million grant from BP prior to joining the Obama cabinet.
Researchers such as Vishar Agarwal have demonstrated the deep interconnection between venture capitalists behind Facebook.com and the Central Intelligence Agency investment front company InQTel, whose Board member Dr. Anita Jones was a former high-ranking official of DARPA and of the U.S. Department of Defense Information Awareness Office.
Facebook.com is the de-facto controlled Internet asset of the CIA and Department of Defense Information Awareness Office (IAO), “The IAO was established after Admiral John Poindexter, former United States National Security Advisor to President Ronald Reagan and SAIC executive Brian Hicks approached the US Department of Defense with the idea for an information awareness program after the [false flag operation] of September 11, 2001.”
Facebook.com, the clandestine manifestation of SAIC and Admiral John Poindexter’s brainchild Information Awareness Office (IAO) that has now infiltrated 77.4% of all 266 million Internet users in North America (all of whom are now Facebook.com members), and has transformed the Internet into a velvet-gloved virtual form of Friendly Fascism, and conditional virtual citizenship.
Facebook.com, CIA, DARPA, and the Information Awareness Office (IAO)
Facebook’s mission, as conceived by InQTel and Dr. Anita Jones, on behalf of CIA, DARPA and IAO, is functionally identical to the original mission of the IAO itself:
The Information Awareness Office (IAO)’s [and Facebook.com’s] mission “would be achieved by creating enormous computer databases to gather and store the personal information of everyone in the United States, including personal e-mails, social network analysis, credit card records, phone calls, medical records, and numerous other sources, without any requirement for a search warrant. This information would then be analyzed to look for suspicious activities, connections between individuals, and “threats”. Additionally, the program included funding for biometric surveillance technologies that could identify and track individuals using surveillance cameras, and other methods.”
This is a functional description of the surveillance and cointelpro mission of Facebook.com on behalf of its controllers, DARPA, CIA through InQTel and Dr. Anita Jones.
Facebook users are also at risk because of a covert spying and cointelpro network inside Facebook.com’s command and control structure that will implement a cointelpro-like attack upon any Facebook.com user whose actions are deemed to contravene policies of the Central Intelligence Agency and of U.S. Defense Department, who control InQTel, its key venture capital partner.
Facebookcom’s public relations façade
Popular journalism on Facebook.com has been limited to psychological profiles of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as a borderline sociopath, as set out in Rolling Stone’s story The Truth about Facebook, published June 26, 2008.
Facebook-allied venture capitalists like to sport the yuppie whiz-kid look by accompanying Obama to the site of their space rocket launches. Founders Fund principal Peter Thiel, co-founder with Elon Musk of Paypal (pictured with Obama), provided the initial $500,000.00 in development funding for the Facebook.com prototype rollout.
Facebook, InQTel, and Dr. Anita Jones
The reality of most of Facebook.com’s capitalization, and its integration with the mission of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Information Awareness Office (IAO) can be seen in a video by researcher Vishar Agarwal whose viewership, while high for an Internet video, is less that 1/100th of Facebook.com’s membership:
Key Facebook.com capitalization was supplied through the Central Intelligence Agency investment front company InQTel, whose Board member Dr. Anita Jones was a former high-ranking official of DARPA and of the U.S. Department of Defense Information Awareness Office.
The application of covert Internet spying and cointelpro software attack techniques on users by Facebook.com is in many cases a violation of U.S., European Union, and other laws against racketeering, invasion of privacy, illegal surveillance, private espionage, criminal assault, and interference with freedom of speech and assembly.
It is only because Facebook.com carries out these attacks covertly against isolated users who can easily have their Facebook.com accounts discontinued that this mass illegality can flourish.
Although the privacy commissioners of various jurisdictions have spoken out against Facebook.com’s privacy practices, no public authority, such as the Attorneys General of the U.S., New York State, Ontario, etc., or public prosecutors in the European Union, have taken direct action against Facebook.com or its executives for these racketeering and criminal assaults against the rights of individual Facebook.com members.
Facebook.com and the BP Gulf oil spill false flag operation
A recent article in the mainstream investigative reporting newspaper Politico by Josh Gerstein states, “Grass-roots activists organizing boycotts against large corporations like Target stores and BP now find themselves directing some of their ire at another corporate monolith: Facebook.
“The boycotters turned to the popular social media site to spread word about their pressure campaigns and keep participants up to date on the latest developments, but those efforts became much more difficult last week when Facebook disabled key features on the boycott pages.”
So, why would Facebook.com, a so-called social network that is designed to allow its users to create online groups, “disable key features of a grass-roots boycott” against BP?
BP along with Goldman Sachs, Halliburton, et alios, by the evidence, are criminal perpetrators of the April 20, 2010 BP Gulf oil false flag operation that so far has by the evidence done incalculable ecological, economic, and health damage to the sea-life, plant life, and human populations in and around the Gulf of Mexico, as well as to the loop current, the Gulf stream and the North Atlantic conveyer belt currents.
This reporter Alfred Lambremont Webre has demonstrated the above in a series of 5 evidence-based articles on the BP Gulf oil spill false flag operation at Examiner.com.
These Examiner.com articles have led to an exclusive TV interview of Alfred Lambremont Webre by former Gov. Jesse Ventura on the corporate, individual, governmental, financial and other interests that are responsible for the BP Gulf oil spill, scheduled to be broadcast on in the Fall of 2010.
Politico’s Josh Gerstein’s research on Facebook.com establishes prima facie evidence that Facebook.com is implementing illegal cointelpro-type software measures at its website, in aid and abeyance of the BP oil spill false flag operation, and the international war crimes racketeering organization behind that false flag operation.
Facebook.com’s cointelpro to conceal the 71 minute video of the nuclear missile UFO whistleblowers’ Sept 17, 2010 press conference
On September 27, 2010, according to one researcher, “September 27, 2010 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., six former military officers testified that UFOs were responsible for the shut down of nuclear weapons at various times and places. One instance occurred at Malmstrom AFB in Montana. Those offering testimony: Dwynne Arneson, retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel, Bruce Fenstermacher, retired USAF Captain, Charles Halt, retired USAF Colonel, Robert Jamison, former USAF Captain, Patrick McDonough, retired U.S. Navy Intelligence Command Master Chief, Jerry Nelson, former USAF 1st Lieutenant, and Robert Salas, former USAF Captain. All these men offered impeccable credentials verifying their service records, and duty stations at the times, dates and places in discussion.”
This press conference was broadcast live by CNN, and was reported on by at least 30 mainstream media worldwide.
Yet, Facebook.com maliciously deemed a 71-minute video posted on the Internet by Exopolitics Germany of the CNN broadcast to be ‘abusive’, functionally prevented Facebook users from accessing this historic press conference for 24 hours, and took cointelpro-type attack measures against Facebook users who had attempted quite innocently to post the Exopolitics Germany video online at the Facebook.com website because it was a legitimate worldwide mainstream media event.
Clearly, Facebook – in IAO fashion – enforced a CIA and U.S. Defense Department policy in blocking its 517 million users from access to eyewitness evidence that an extraterrestrial or interdimensional intelligent source was shutting down U.S. and U.K. nuclear missile sites and sending a signal to the U.S. and U.K. governments to abandon nuclear weapons.
This September 27, 2010 cointelpro-like action took place by virtue of Facebook.com’s functional identity as the controlled asset of DARPA and IAO in cyberspace
Where is Facebook going with 30% (or more) the world’s Internet population?
Facebook.com is the embodiment of ‘friendly fascism,’ the covert partnership of venture capital, surveillance technology, and military-intelligence objectives for data-mining and cointelpro spying/assaults manipulating the understandable public desire to connect in social networking.
Pop culture and feature motion pictures may expose the complex character of Mark Zuckerberg (who has donated $200 million for New Jersey schools).
In a fundamental sense, Mark Zuckerberg is irrelevant to the data-mining and illegal surveillance and cointelpro functions of Facebook.com, which is an embedded asset of DARPA and the U.S. Department of Defense. Covert command and control intelligence networks, algorithms and software within Facebook.com manipulate and mine the personal data and condition the behavior of 77.4% of North American Internet users on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense, DARPA and IAO.
The U.S. national security state will resist an expose and dismantling of the CIA, DARPA, IAO, and U.S. military-intelligence’s penetration and integration with the ownership structure and the very design and ethic of Facebook.com as a DOD-controlled ‘data mine’ and cointelpro spying and attack virtual reality in cyber space.
According to one source, “The Information Awareness Office (IAO) was established by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in January 2002 to bring together several DARPA projects focused on applying surveillance and information technology to track and monitor terrorists and other asymmetric threats to national security, by achieving Total Information Awareness (TIA). This would be achieved by creating enormous computer databases to gather and store the personal information of everyone in the United States, including personal e-mails, social network analysis, credit card records, phone calls, medical records, and numerous other sources, without any requirement for a search warrant. This information would then be analyzed to look for suspicious activities, connections between individuals, and “threats”. Additionally, the program included funding for biometric surveillance technologies that could identify and track individuals using surveillance cameras, and other methods.
“Following public criticism that the development and deployment of these technologies could potentially lead to a mass surveillance system, the IAO was defunded by Congress in 2003. However, several IAO projects continued to be funded, and merely run under different names.”
Arpanet, DARPANET, Internet all morph into Facebook
The Internet was developed first as Arpanet through the U.S. Department of Defense’s ARPA (Advanced Research Project’s Agency), and then in the early 1980s morphed into DARPANET. This reporter Alfred Lambremont Webre still remembers Jim Channon of the U.S. Army’s First Earth Battalion and ‘Men Who Stare At Goats’ fame coming over in 1982 to a spiritual center in Rock Creek Park in Washington DC, carrying reams of DARPANET printouts for all to see.
Out of DARPANET, the U.S. Department of Defense morphed the Internet in the 1990s.
Out of the Internet, in the middle of the last decade, the Department of Defense morphed the Internet into Facebook.com, and now 77.4% of North American Internet users are becoming Facebook users (and addicts), and data mining slaves of the U.S. Department of Defense, as DARPA foresaw in the 1980s.
There are many Facebook.com users who have reported cointelpro attacks done on them by Facebook.com to this reporter Alfred Lambremont Webre. For reasons of protection of their privacy from retaliation by Facebook.com these users are not named in this investigation. Facebook.com places limits of 5000 friends, and 5000 persons as the maximum number of that a Facebook group that can be communicated to at once. These are upper-limits set by the U.S. Department of Defense to limit the right of assembly, to restrict social self-empowerment and social self-governance, as imposed through Facebook.com. These limits are part of the design and control functions for controlled asset social networks like Facebook.com developed by DARPA and the Information Awareness Office, through InQTel and Dr. Anita Jones.
Facebook.com entrepreneurs and investors like Mark Zuckerberg and Peter Thiel
What will entrepreneurs and investors like Mark Zuckerberg and Peter Thiel do when it is no longer publicly feasible to deny that Defense Department-level data mining, spying, and cointelpro is at the core of Facebook.com?
My guess is they will continue to reap profits and look the other way. A quick look at the Founders Fund convinced this reporter that none of these individuals has any abiding commitment to the growth of individual privacy, empowerment, and the end of the national security state.
What can be done to limit the power of this military-intelligence Trojan Horse Monster (Facebook.com) that has taken over 77.4% of the North American Internet?
1. Public exposure – Public exposure of the penetration of the Internet by DARPA and U.S. military-intelligence using venture capital covers like InQTel and cut-outs like Dr. Anita Jones, former director of DARPA.
The media – misdirected by intelligence psyops – has fixated on the personal foibles of Mark Zuckerberg and the routine investment bankers like Peter Thiel. The role of DARPA, IAO, Admiral John Poindexter, SAIC, CIA venture capital covers like InQTel and cutouts like Dr. Anita Jones, former director of DARPA must be publicly exposed.
2. Regulation & litigation – Public prosecutors in the European Union, Canada, and the states of the United States must begin to investigate the illegal espionage and cointelpro networks within Facebook.com and the outrages they commit daily against Facebook users who are too intimidated by the fear of losing their accounts to complain, and who are not equipped to complain against a CIA-capitalized corporate giant like Facebook.com. Laws and regulations must be enacted to eliminate Facebook.com’s power to act as the U.S. Department of Defense’s covert Information Awareness Office in cyberspace.
3. Public funding for independent, public interest virtual social networks – There must be international, national and local public funding made available for independent, public interest virtual social networks, as a component of the United Nation Charter of Human Rights, and the constitutional rights citizens of all nations.