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Dated four-plus years ago…. The Kenyan King is gone, but we are closer today that at any time in our life. Antifa, BLM, Impeachment, Gun-grab legislation, MURDER by abortion and the kidnapping of children by the likes of Epstein and many others. War is just around the corner – every cozy little corner! ~ Ed.

Beginning this year, a conspiracy long at work behind the scenes of our government, will make its first overt move. These conspirators plan to create a dictatorship in the United States, suspend our Constitution and attempt to confiscate all guns and firearms in American homes.

The recent executive actions of Obama are signs of this being implemented.

Stage 1
Will be to create “Civil Unrest” in major U.S. cities such as New York, Chicago, Detroit, etc.; This will be preceded by a month of subliminal programming via TV and other media to condition the people for civil war in the United States. Press releases released by Time-Warner [a ROCKEFELLER corporation] and 5 other corporate owned media moguls will further inflame the citizens of the United States and further the causes of civil unrest.

Stage 2
Should be ready to take effect this summer. Special agents of the conspiracy, masquerading as police, may open fire on American people standing to defend the constitution and their Constitutional Rights. Other agents will set off incendiary bombs as they did recently in the Occupy Movement.

Which essentially was a “test case” that surpassed the expectations of the conspirators. These special agents, masquerading as police, massacre these Blacks and minorities and fire at the real policemen. This brings in more police and the riots escalate. Inner city gangs, already fully armed, join in the fray. The real police, vastly outnumbered, cannot handle the rioting. The National Guard is called in and fired upon by [other] special agents masquerading as gang members, who also enlist other gang members to fight the police and national guardsmen.

. . .

Stage 3
These riots continue with many Americans slaughtered in major cities. the Globalist plans that are in effect, will usher in the U.N. “Peace Keeping ” Force. Also, a growing number of reports of United Nations military equipment being seen passing through U.S. communities on trains, trucks, etc., have been surfacing in recent years.

There are many reports of National Guardsmen working with U.N troops, undergoing specialized house-to-house search and seizure training and urban warfare tactics. I was also told that two men who managed to sneak into a Federal military plane ‘graveyard’ outside of Phoenix, Arizona had came across several freight train box-cars in which they discovered what they estimated to be from 2 to 3 million brand-new SHACKLES that were apparently being stored there, just waiting to be used!

President George Bush in a speech to Congress on SEPTEMBER 11, (9/11) 1990, SAID THIS: “[The war in Iraq is] a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these troubled times…a New World Order can emerge.”

In his September 21, 1992 speech to the United Nations, President George Bush announced that foreign troops, would occupy America and train for a New WorldOrder Army. He stated:

Stage 4
If the riots take-over scenario failed to materialize into a National Emergency and a New World Order takeover at THAT time. The New World Order advocates will create yet another crisis to further there agenda. For some reason they are desperate to bring about the New World Order takeover of the United States of America, that is definitely their goal. If all else fails they may attempt an all-out United Nations invasion of the U.S., using whatever possible means they can to “justify” such a “U.N. Operation.” During later this year the chaos continues and more ‘UN’ troops pour into the United States, mostly mercenaries who have fought in Syria, Libya, African nations and other ‘hot spots’ previously. [The butchery of these troops is well documented].

Stage 5
Then a well-planned ‘crash’ of the stock market will occur, a dramatic drop to at least 1500 on the DJ Industrial Average. Along with the crash of the U.S. Dollar. This event [is] planned to further weaken, panic and confuse the population. Followed by a failure in the U.S. food chain delivery system, food shortages will follow.

Stage 6
…The Constitution of the United States is suspended and the people are now living under martial law in a totally FASCIST state. We have no way of knowing that these things will happen [we hope and pray they do not], but if any of the above should occur, you can rest assured the balance of this evil scenario will follow. Their two main immediate goals are to DISARM American citizens and SUSPEND our Constitution.

Written by Josey Wales for Before It’s NEWS ~ March 28, 2016

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In computing, a zombie is a computer connected to the Internet that has been compromised by a hacker, computer virus or trojan horse program and can be used to perform malicious tasks of one sort or another under remote direction. Botnets of zombie computers are often used to spread e-mail spam and launch denial-of-service attacks (DoS attacks). Most owners of 'zombie' computers are unaware that their system is being used in this way. Because the owner tends to be unaware, these computers are metaphorically compared to fictional zombies. A coordinated DDoS attack by multiple botnet machines also resembles a 'zombie horde attack', as depicted in fictional zombie films.

(1) Spammer's web site (2) Spammer (3) Spamware (4) Infected computers (5) Virus or trojan (6) Mail servers (7) Users (8) Web traffic

Advertising[edit]

Zombie computers have been used extensively to send e-mail spam; as of 2005, an estimated 50–80% of all spam worldwide was sent by zombie computers.[1] This allows spammers to avoid detection and presumably reduces their bandwidth costs, since the owners of zombies pay for their own bandwidth. This spam also greatly increases the spread of Trojan horses, as Trojans are not self-replicating. They rely on the movement of e-mails or spam to grow, whereas worms can spread by other means.[2] For similar reasons, zombies are also used to commit click fraud against sites displaying pay-per-click advertising. Others can host phishing or money mule recruiting websites.

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Distributed denial-of-service attacks[edit]

Zombies can be used to conduct distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, a term which refers to the orchestrated flooding of target websites by large numbers of computers at once. The large number of Internet users making simultaneous requests of a website's server is intended to result in crashing and the prevention of legitimate users from accessing the site.[3] A variant of this type of flooding is known as distributed degradation-of-service. Committed by 'pulsing' zombies, distributed degradation-of-service is the moderated and periodical flooding of websites intended to slow down rather than crash a victim site. The effectiveness of this tactic springs from the fact that intense flooding can be quickly detected and remedied, but pulsing zombie attacks and the resulting slow-down in website access can go unnoticed for months and even years.[4]

The computing facilitated by Internet of Things (IoT) has been productive for modern day usage but it has played a significant role in the increase in such web attacks. The potential of IoT enables every device to communicate efficiently but this increases the need of policy enforcement regarding the security threats. Through these devices, the most prominent attacking behaviors is the DDoS. Research has been conducted to study the impact of such attacks on IoT networks and their compensating provisions for defense.[5]

Notable incidents of distributed denial- and degradation-of-service attacks in the past include the attack upon the SPEWS service in 2003, and the one against Blue Frog service in 2006. In 2000, several prominent Web sites (Yahoo, eBay, etc.) were clogged to a standstill by a distributed denial of service attack mounted by ‘MafiaBoy’, a Canadian teenager.

Smartphones[edit]

Beginning in July 2009, similar botnet capabilities have also emerged for the growing smartphone market. Examples include the July 2009 in the 'wild' release of the Sexy Space text message worm, the world's first botnet capable SMS worm, which targeted the Symbian operating system in Nokia smartphones. Later that month, researcher Charlie Miller revealed a proof of concept text message worm for the iPhone at Black Hat Briefings. Also in July, United Arab Emirates consumers were targeted by the Etisalat BlackBerry spyware program. In the 2010s, the security community is divided as to the real world potential of mobile botnets. But in an August 2009 interview with The New York Times, cyber security consultant Michael Gregg summarized the issue this way: 'We are about at the point with [smart]phones that we were with desktops in the '80s.'[6]

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References[edit]

  1. ^Tom Spring (June 20, 2005). 'Spam Slayer: Slaying Spam-Spewing Zombie PCs'. PC World. Archived from the original on July 16, 2017. Retrieved December 19, 2015.
  2. ^White, Jay D. (2007). Managing Information in the Public Sector. M.E. Sharpe. p. 221. ISBN978-0-7656-1748-4.
  3. ^Weisman, Steve (2008). The Truth about Avoiding Scams. FT Press. p. 201. ISBN978-0-13-233385-6.
  4. ^Schwabach, Aaron (2006). Internet and the Law. ABC-CLIO. p. 325. ISBN1-85109-731-7.
  5. ^Lohachab, Ankur; Karambir, Bidhan (September 1, 2018). 'Critical Analysis of DDoS—An Emerging Security Threat over IoT Networks'. Journal of Communications and Information Networks. 3 (3): 57–78. doi:10.1007/s41650-018-0022-5. ISSN2509-3312. S2CID52924506.
  6. ^Furchgott, Roy (August 14, 2009). 'Phone Hacking Threat Is Low, but it Exists'. Gadgetwise Blog. New York Times. Archived from the original on July 16, 2017. Retrieved July 16, 2017.

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