COMMENT: A number of NATO officers have had Facebook accounts set up in their name by party or parties unknown.
In FTR #718, we looked at Facebook and the manner in which it facilitates the total erosion of privacy. Superficially hip and user friendly, Zuckerberg’s beast is an ideal vehicle for malevolent elements to eliminate individuals’ civil liberties.
Financed to a considerable extent by wealthy malefactors associated with the Underground Reich, Facebook can also serve as an excellent vehicle for the destabilization of targeted governments, as was the case with “The Muslim Brotherhood Spring” of 2011.
We’ve long examined the targeting of the United States itself for eventual subjugation and/or destruction by the Underground Reich. The use of social media might well facilitate such an eventuality.
The incident with the NATO officers illustrates the potential peril of Facebook. A Facebook page can be set up by anyone in another’s name!
In effect, they can have their identity stolen and even be successfully framed for a crime or lawsuit.
Get ready for The Brave New World [Order]!
EXCERPT: For the second time in two years, a number of senior NATO officials had fake Facebook pages created in their names. This led to friends or associates sending information, sometimes sensitive stuff, to the fake page. This is an ideal situation for anyone seeking to collect information from NATO leaders and is a variation of the “Honey Pot” technique of using a false identity to attract useful information. As happened two years ago, Facebook took down the offending pages once they were aware of the situation. It appears that those who set up these false Facebook pages were from China.
The problem with most social networking sites is that anyone can set up a site using any name and identity. It’s up to those harmed by identity fraud to take action. . . .