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“About Face(book)!”

Face­book: Hold­ing Your Friends Close, Your Ene­mies Closer

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]!

“The Face­book Fake Out”; strategypage.com; 3/19/2012.

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. . . .


9 comments for ““About Face(book)!””

  1. Look­ing for a job? Get ready to hand over your Face­book pass­word.

    Posted by David | March 21, 2012, 6:43 am
  2. Speak­ing of stolen iden­tity Dave, did you cre­ate that Face­book page about Spit­fireList? I guess not:


    Posted by Claude | March 21, 2012, 9:15 am
  3. @Claude–No sweat, brother. That was set up by the stal­wart who assists me with the website.

    Well known to me and totally trustworthy.

    My feel­ings about social media should be alto­gether clear at this point.

    Nonethe­less, mil­lions use them and, as some­one who wants to dis­trib­ute infor­ma­tion far and wide, I think it’s a good idea for users of Face­book to have access to the information.

    At ease, Claude.



    Posted by Dave Emory | March 21, 2012, 9:33 am
  4. Frankly, hav­ing looked over the research, Peter Thiel seems to be more of a plant & hijacker more than any­thing else, sim­i­lar to Carl Lund­strom of ‘The Pirate Bay’. It also seems to me that the MSM has a secret goal of let­ting skele­tons out of the closet every so often; When those are revealed the elites can have select pup­pets and shills com­ing out to denounce social media users as immoral, etc(people like some of those in World Net Daily, or in the ‘patriot’ move­ment come to mind).

    Please do note, Dave, this is by no means an attack on any of you guys here in case you might mis­read the text(far from it! I’ll explain this fur­ther down).

    Again, what I am really try­ing to say is that the world crime net­work does legit­i­mately fear social net­work­ing in the way that peo­ple can get together to fight their agen­das, and inserted pup­pets such as Thiel, may one day be used, I fear, as part of a truly mas­sive attack by media pup­pets like Bill O’Reilly, etc. against social net­work­ers as ‘un-American’, etc., par­tic­u­larly towards those of us, Dave, like you and I, work­ing to reveal the truth about how the world works, because of the great poten­tial that these tech­nolo­gies have. TBH, this sit­u­a­tion does eerily remind me of how the FBI, or cer­tain fac­tions, any­way, tar­geted var­i­ous groups and move­ments in the ‘60s and early ‘70s thru CoIn­tel­Pro and sim­i­lar pro­grams, includ­ing the tac­tic of insert­ing plants, provo­ca­teurs, etc. into these orga­ni­za­tions as an attempt to either sub­vert, con­trol, or out­right destroy them, and it’s becom­ing clearer and clearer to me every time that Thiel is indeed a plant & hijacker of some sort, if per­haps not nec­es­sar­ily in the employ of the CIA or some other Fed­eral agency.

    Dave, as you rightly pointed out, we need to reach out to as many as pos­si­ble, and hope­fully, Zucker­berg will wise up to the tricks and try to root out Thiel and any other walk­ing viruses in his orga­ni­za­tion before it’s too late to do so. Because once enough peo­ple are turned against social net­work­ing, the NSA could even­tu­ally start com­ing after peo­ple like us(while Thiel and his ilk run off with their ill­got­ten gains). And then we’d be in real trouble.......anyway, Dave, hope you enjoyed your St. Patrick’s Day, and a merry first full day of spring to all, I hope. =)

    @Claude: I’d have been con­cerned too, but Dave’s reas­sured us oth­er­wise. Hope­fully, it’ll stay up for a while. =) (P.S. Dave, keep up the good work. =) )

    @Claude: Me too.

    Posted by Steven L. | March 21, 2012, 10:01 am
  5. I am glad to hear that.

    Posted by Claude | March 21, 2012, 11:20 am
  6. @Dave: Thank you for study­ing this for us. After sev­eral months of reflec­tion, and fol­low­ing your last posts on the sub­ject, I finally decided not to use Face­book any­more. In a nut­shell, the even­tu­al­ity of being tar­get­ted because of my polit­i­cal beliefs and opin­ions is not par­tic­u­larly attrac­tive to me. It is already dif­fi­cult enough to fight the Under­ground Reich and be a sup­porter of Israel, with­out tak­ing the risk of giv­ing them tools to get to me. Because, frankly, what is Face­book, if not a gigan­tic data­bank on PERSONS? They know where you are when you post things, they know what you like, what you think, and MOST IMPORTANTLY, they know whom you are net­work­ing with. I am begin­ning to feel that they might use it some­day against us, me and my friends, so I am pre­emp­tively pulling back. It may sound para­noid but I feel it’s the best decision.

    Any­way, I don’t think Face­book is a good plat­form for peo­ple like us. We like to think, ana­lyze, sur­gi­cally study and com­pare notes, obser­va­tions and thoughts. From what I have seen so far, a lot of peo­ple on Face­book only want to hang out dig­i­tally, have a lit­tle chat and not reflect on things with too much effort.

    Good day everyone.

    Posted by Claude | March 21, 2012, 10:34 pm
  7. @Claude: I have rea­son to be con­cerned as well. There has been some pretty decent evi­dence to sug­gest that the CIA and other Intel peo­ple have indeed taken a real inter­est in these tech­nolo­gies. Hon­estly, Claude, I can’t blame you for pulling out of Face­book; truth is, as I stated ear­lier I do worry that if skele­tons like Thiel’s shady deal­ings come out then the yel­low jour­nal­ist pup­pets amongst the MSM could per­haps use that against those who are against the sys­tem and fight­ing it......particularly peo­ple like those in anti-fascist groups, uncor­rupted OWS peo­ple, gen­uine researchers like Dave, gen­uine Israel/Palestine peace activists, those who fight anti-Semitism and other forms of big­otry, actual whistleblowers(like Daniel Hop­sicker), etc.

    Per­haps, though, the tide may be turned. I hope so. Stay safe, and stay aware, everybody. =)

    Posted by Steven L. | March 22, 2012, 11:10 am
  8. Within the past 18 months, the Koch Broth­ers did a heavy invest­ment in Face­book, $25,000,000 accord­ing to UK news­pa­pers.
    I didn’t notice any­thing in US news­pa­pers, how­ever, it’ll effect Face­book. Unfor­tu­nately, not sure how they’ll use their invest­ments within Facebook

    Posted by Pat Owens | March 29, 2012, 10:09 am
  9. @Pat Owens: Scary if true. Looks they’re pretty damn wor­ried about a pop­u­lar uprising.

    Posted by Steven L. | March 29, 2012, 5:03 pm

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