Internet Takeover Video Jammed by Army Cyber-Warriors

Defending their brand of Christianity and our so very special relationship with the Likudist gangsters in Tel Aviv
Defending their brand of Christianity and our so very special relationship with the Likudist gangsters in Tel Aviv
Defending their brand of Christianity and our so very special relationship with the Likudist gangsters in Tel Aviv

By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Army cyber commands aided by military contractors from Google along with signals intelligence units, as tracked by Veterans Today technicians, have been working hard to protect our freedoms. Aiding them are regional FBI offices along with state and local law enforcement officials from Israeli trained cyber hacking units.

Operating inside the US is Google Idea Groups, according to Stratfor/Wikileaks, a “think/do tank,” capable of propaganda, black operations and false flag terrorism as well.


The same bases that train drone operators have entire units that do nothing but cruise chatrooms, websites and in this case, YouTube, posting nasty comments.  Other commands operate around the US, with small units working from federal buildings, jamming Skype links to radio shows, hacking mobile telephones of journalists and actually following folks around.

They consider this “training.”

The video below is a response to an FCC move to begin regulation of the internet, thus usurping private control from Google.  Internet control has been more than a reality for some time.  If you can’t find it on Google, the NWO simply doesn’t want you to see it.

Depressingly, this article itself may be on Google, for awhile at least.  Generally, VT articles are scrubbed from Google quickly, something that lets us know we are doing what we should.

Our most recent issues haven’t been Google, we identified them sometime ago when we found they also own a defense contracting firm that moved poison gas into Syria and assassins into Iran to kill scientists.  That isn’t “regular Google,” but “Google Idea Groups,” busted by Stratfor, Veterans Today, Wikileaks and Press TV.  Hey, how many search engines employ death squads?  I’ll bet Yahoo doesn’t have any, not yet anyway.

(See Article Below)

By: Yazan al-Saadi

Published Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Top Google execs, including the company’s CEO and one of Barack Obama’s major presidential campaign donors Eric Schmidt, informed the intelligence agency Stratfor about Google’s activities and internal communication regarding “regime change” in the Middle East, according to Stratfor emails released by WikiLeaks and obtained by Al-Akhbar. The other source cited was Google’s director for security and safety Marty Lev.

The briefings mainly focused on the movements of Jared Cohen, currently the director of Google Ideas, a “think/do-tank” billed as a vehicle for spreading American-style liberal democracy. Cohen was also a former member of US Secretary of State’s Policy Planning Staff and former advisor to Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton.

Email exchanges, starting February 2011, suggest that Google execs were suspicious that Cohen was coordinating his moves with the White House and cut Cohen’s mission short at times for fear he was taking too many risks. Stratfor’s vice-president of counter-terrorism Fred Burton, who seemed opposed to Google’s alleged covert role in “foaming” uprisings, describes Cohen as a “loose Cannon” whose killing or kidnapping “might be the best thing to happen” to expose Google.

The Cohen Conspiracy

Stratfor’s spotlight on Cohen began on 9 February 2012 after Burton forwarded to the secure email list a Foreign Policy article discussing Cohen’s move from the State Department to Google Ideas. With this article, Burton noted that Cohen had dinner in Cairo with Wael Ghonim on January 27, 2011 just hours before the Egyptian Google Executive was famously picked up by Egypt’s State Security. (doc-id 1122191)

On the same day, Stratfor’s staff make reference to a Huffington Post article which highlighted Cohen’s role in “delaying the scheduled maintenance on Twitter so the Iranian revolution could keep going” and a Foreign Policy article that noted that Cohen “was a Rhodes scholar, spent time in Iran, [and] hung out in Iraq during the war…”. These casual discovers further perked Stratfor’s curiosity about Cohen. (doc-id 1629270)

The following day, Burton forwarded a message to the secure email list from “a very good Google source” who claimed that Cohen “[was] off to Gaza next week”. Burton added, “Cohen, a Jew, is bound to get himself whacked….Google is not clear if Cohen is operating [with a] State Dept [or] WH [White House] license, or [is] a hippie activist.”

Korena Zucha, another senior analyst on the list, queried, “Why hasn’t Google cut ties to Cohen yet? Or is Cohen’s activity being endorsed by those higher up in the [company] than your contact?”

In turn, Burton replied, “Cohen’s rabbi is Eric Schmidt and Obama lackey. My source is trying to find out if the billionaire owners are backing Cohen’s efforts for regime change.” (doc-id 1111729)

Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues. Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology. Gordon’s Latest Posts

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