The U.S. Can Shut Down ISIS Web Uploads and Social Media If It Wants to
Unfortunately, the mainstream news media deliberately fails to connect the dots when it comes to the capabilities of U.S. foreign policy and the capabilities of the much inferior ISIS terror network. If you believe the government, it misinforms the press, who in turn misinforms us, that the U.S. needs a new CyberSecurity Bill in order to stop ISIS from recruiting young people to join it’s fight against Syria (which, ironically, is America’s latest enemy) and Iraq (which America already destroyed and wants to destabilize even further). The full truth is that, as former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden leaked, the U.S. already has all of the capabilities it needs to silence ISIS and other terror groups online. The U.S. also has the ability to impersonate other countries, as we saw with the obvious North Korea/Sony false flag operation. The following from AnonHQ provides even more details…
Recently released documents by whistle-blower, Edward Snowden, have revealed that the NSA had constructed a far more insidious means of conducting cyber-warfare than we had ever suspected. “From a military perspective, surveillance of the internet is merely ‘Phase 0′ (as in prior to phase 1) in the US digital war strategy.”
A new report by the New York Times and Der Spiegel has revealed that the NSA is engaging in ‘guerrilla warfare’ in the hopes of making its hacking undetectable and untraceable, leaving no evidence that they were behind attacks….
According to Der Spiegel, “the US government is currently undertaking a massive effort to digitally arm itself for network warfare.” And, they report, the NSA and the other ‘five eyes’, “have adopted ‘plausible deniability’ as their guiding principle for internet operations.”
This brings us to North Korea, where the New York Times has reported that the alleged hacking, “must be seen as a response to the 2010 NSA hacking that had long preceded it.”