Cass Sunstein, Obama’s former Information Czar, famously urged the US government to “disable the purveyors of conspiracy theories.” Apparently the NSA – or their Mossad partners – is following Sunstein’s advice.
Today’s False Flag Weekly News broadcast was delayed and “disabled” by a Big Brother agency with NSA-level capabilities, according to No Lies Radio producer Allan Rees. (Watch the archived version of the show above, and consult the list of stories we covered, to get an idea of which topics may have been “too hot to handle.”)
False Flag Weekly News runs on a Google Hangouts platform. Today, for the first time ever, Google denied access to the show hosts (Jim Fetzer and myself). When we attempted to connect, we got a 403 error, which is equivalent to a blanket ‘NO’ by the Web server – with no further discussion allowed. Since Google is basically a branch of the NSA, what is surprising is that it took them this long.
Then again, it might not have been Google. According to Allan Rees it could have been “some NSA infection on your computer or hack of your internet stream thru your provider.” But since Jim and I have different internet providers, yet got the same 403 error, whoever did it is no run-of-the-mill hacker, but someone with the capabilities of a state security agency.
It also could have been NSA’s Israeli partners (some would say “masters.”) To see who’s really running our surveillance state, check out the Guardian article NSA shares raw intelligence including Americans’ data with Israel.
This is not the first time that NSA-level capabilities have been used to “disable the purveyors of
truth ‘conspiracy theories’.” Information sciences expert Elizabeth Woodworth caught them red-handed using search-engine suppression to prevent RT’s terrific documentary 9/11 and Operation Gladio from going viral and drawing tens or hundreds of millions of views. Woodworth even found that many people who had sent emails containing the url of 9/11 and Operation Gladio saw their emails fall into a black hole in cyberspace, never to emerge. (Check out my interview with Elizabeth Woodworth.)
According to Allan Rees, the NSA may have blocked not only the False Flag Weekly News hosts, but also some of the viewers: ” I also suspect some viewers were blocked as our viewership from down 50% from last week.” If you experienced problems trying to watch the live broadcast, please contact Allan at info(at)NoLiesRadio(dot)org.