Wikileaks OR Have the Illuminati/Freemason underestimated the Internet?

The current Wikileaks showdown of the past days show an incredible rate in the powerful exposing their suppressing mind-set. Yesterday I planned to write this post about the Illuminati conspiracy having possibly underestimated the power of free speech on the internet – today, the U.S. Air Force internally shuts down access to the web sites of public newspapers like the “New York Times”, “Guardian” and SPIEGEL ONLINE (see report on “The Telegraph” for example), right in the tradition of dictatorships of the last one hundred years.

To conspiracy theorists this is for sure no surprise, as the Air Force is seen as one main accomplice in the masonic plot of ruling the world with extraterrestrial help. Significant portions of the Air Force seem to be involved into the UFO cover up/selling out the world to negative extraterrestrials since the beginning:

Why is Wikileaks so dangerous to them?

Now back to topic. The powerful people who are acting so headless in regards of the Wikileaks-“threat” obviously have a lot to lose when it comes to information disclosure (see the list of People OK with murdering Assange). Their standard argument of “National Security” is getting lamer every time they use it. “National Security” has become a standard camouflage for crimes against individuals (US citizens as well as abroad), nations and humanity. Worst of all could be the selling out of mankind to the agenda of the repressive gray/reptile ETs. Have a glance at The Dulce Book and you have an impression of what kind of crime I’m talking about.

Now what Julian Assange, God bless him, and his activists have created, is basically a better shelter for whistleblowers by the use of technical tools/methods. Fear is the main weapon of all negative entities, and now fear has partly been taken away from whistleblowers. Some of these people have a sudden moment of clarity where they actually reflect what they are doing and decide to change about it and go public.

In addition, Julian Assange and his companions do have an invaluable credibility among truth-seeking people, just because their record shows them to be trustworthy and quite subversive which puts them in a positive contrast to mainstream media. With established newspapers, you never know who gets the material and what is done with it. From now on, whistleblowers will rather choose the internet for their disclosures. Before judging on Julian Assange’s integrity and motives please see this video on liveleak.com.

That leads to the real “threat” that Wikileaks, and especially the idea behind it, poses on the powerful: The activation of the positive, truth-seeking and honest masses. The events have very fast come to a point of mass involvement and engagement of the people where the powerful cannot control and track down every hacker attacking their sites, bloggers talking the truth, consumers sanctioning big business. Even some newspapers seem to have lost their fear of these powers and write the truth. As Bob Marley put it: You can fool some people sometimes, but you can’t fool all the people all the time. Update: Newspapers appeal for Wikileaks protection

Why have the illuminati/freemason let all of this happen?

The freemason ring most probably did not take the internet for too big a threat for one reason: Information published on the internet does not seem very trustworthy. And if somebody was about to become a threat, they could race their special operations groups on that person to track down, intimidate or eliminate. On this testimony by Jon Robinson you find an example of such intimidation in paragraph 9.

When the internet began to be popular they tried to get more control by creating their own “Internets” – AOL tried this as well as others, but they completely failed (just search for the AOL-illuminati connection on the web). I suspect the illuminati to have a lack of understanding of the power of human achievements like the internet, freedom of speech, human rights. They are also limited, if human or not.

When strong cryptography started to spread they also tried to control it, mostly by their influence on american web browser producers like Microsoft. I can remember the days when a special version of Internet Explorer was shipped outside of America that did not include 128-bit encryption. The open-source movement has conquered this approach and ordinary people like Julian Assange can now fool secret agencies and the military complex with unbreakable encryption. See Assange’s ‘poison pill’ file impossible to stop, expert says on CNN.

My conclusion is that they did not underestimate the internet in the first place but the spiritual orientation of the majority of this planet as well as our willingness to engage.

Update: I found this video about Jay Rockefeller talking on the internet being the “Number One National Hazard” and I have to rethink my conclusion. It really seems that they underestimated the power of free speech on the internet. They just did not reckon with Wikileaks!

Who will win?

Speaking in the terms of two of my good masterminds, Alex Collier and David Wilcock, WE will decide who wins. In the battlefield “Wikileaks vs. U.S.” the dark might still win, but the idea of unaltered truth pervading to the public is born and cannot be stopped. Wikileaks has given us thinking people of the world the hope that truth will someday be revealed.

John F. Kennedy, the President who told the Truth about illuminati:

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