Where does this stuff come from? Why is the absence of common sense now so vast? Well ... one explanation would be that the West is actually under the control of a shadowy and secret power elite that has an agenda all its own. We believe this elite wants world government and will stop at nothing to achieve it.
These individuals cause chaos and war in order to create "order" – in this case a New World Order. The Internet, like the Gutenberg Press before it, stands in the way of the elites and their promotions – the dominant social themes they utilize to implement their agenda.
In order to ensure their fear-based promotions are effective, the elites need to basically shut down the Internet that has caused what we call an evolving Internet Reformation. As people find out the Way the World Really Works, they become increasingly immune to globalist propaganda. This is intolerable.
And thus the elites continually undermine the Internet and try to control it. They attempted to do this at a federal level in the US with SOPA. Now they are starting to attack at a state level. See an article here about this evolving strategy: US Internet Criminalization Now Pursued at State Level – Conn. Attacked.
Privacy Nightmare: McCain Bill Could Have Military Monitor The Internet
The message still hasn't sunk in. Congress is proposing yet another law to monitor your activities on the Internet -- Here's the ACLU's take on John McCain's new cybersecurity bill:
"This is a privacy nightmare that will eventually result in the military substantially monitoring the domestic, civilian Internet."
A series of bizarre coincidences has left several African countries experiencing significantly reduced Internet traffic. The Register reported 28 February that an undersea cable was cut off the coast of Kenya on 25 February, severely reducing Internet traffic along the Eastern side of the African continent. The East African Marine Systems (TEAMS) cable pipes Internet and telecommunications from its landing points in Fujairah in the UAE to Mombasa, Kenya. A ship had apparently "dropped anchor in a restricted area", though no further details, in particular the ship's name, were provided. But what had apparently gone unnoticed up until this incident, at least in Western media, was the severance of three other submarine communications cables further north in the Red Sea on 17 February. The three cables in question were the Eastern Africa Submarine Cable System (EASSy), the Europe India Gateway (EIG) and the South East Asia Middle East Western Europe-3 (SEA-ME-WE-3).
On Feb. 27, a diplomatic process will begin in Geneva that could result in a new treaty giving the United Nations unprecedented powers over the Internet. Dozens of countries, including Russia and China, are pushing hard to reach this goal by year's end. As Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said last June, his goal and that of his allies is to establish "international control over the Internet" through the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a treaty-based organization under U.N. auspices.