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  • Why ISIS can't be removed from social media

    An interesting article that shows the difficulty of getting them off the internet. For example, at one time ISIS and its affiliates had 46,000 Twitter accounts. Given that IP addresses can be faked and its so easy to just set up a new account, just removing accounts and websites won't do the trick.

    http://globalriskinsights.com/2017/0...-social-media/

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    Yet one employee can shut down POTUS...

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      Easy, the "ISIS" boogeyman makes big money for The Powers That Be.

      When Site Intel puts out another fake news story that "ISIS claims....etc" it gives all sorts of "Western" politicians an excuse to spend all sorts of your tax dollars without any accountability.

      If they spent the same money on a new local school, stealing the money would be much, much harder, due to all the local oversight from parents, city inspectors, school boards, and even contractors who didn't get the winning bid.

      OK, now tell me who is REALLY getting shut down on Social Media, and who's websites are REALLY having domains yanked, and that will be who our Govt and Powers That Be really fear.l

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