The One World Order has not been sleeping lately because of revealing news on the ‘Net about their nefarious dealings. The ‘Powers That Be’ are only making sure their evil works are more out of sight than ever before according to Infowar’s Steve Watson:
New documents have been uncovered that reveal how heads of state of the U.S., Mexico and Canada are beseeching business leaders they privately meet with to launch public relations campaigns in order to counter critics of the secretive Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP).
The documents detail how corporate representatives have been urged to “humanize” North American integration, promote NAFTA success stories to employees and unions and evolve the harmonization agenda “without fueling protectionism”.
The documentation consists of internal memos from Canada’s Foreign Affairs and Internal Trade ministry, which were obtained by the World Net Daily reporter Jerome Corsi under an Access to Information Act request.
“The text of the undated memo is an internal government summary of the third SPP summit meeting held Aug. 20-21, 2007, in Montebello Quebec,” writes Corsi.
The Information Technology industry is an impressive gear in the One World Order machine due to the information stored on Google’s servers and Microsoft’s monopoly power in the business, military and home industry. It’s no surprise then that Microsoft and Google plan to build more data-centers overseas:
US companies moving data centers overseas
The admission comes amidst US email and Internet companies moving some of their servers overseas. According to a piece in March’s edition of Harper’s Magazine, AT&T, Microsoft and Google all have or plan overseas data centers in an effort by the companies to cut costs.
“Microsoft has announced plans for a data center in Siberia, AT&T has built two in Shanghai, and Dublin has attracted Google and Microsoft,” Harper’s notes.
Americans’ personal data isn’t just email. More and more computer users are storing personal word processing, photographs and other files online through document sharing programs like Google Documents.
“As the functions long performed by personal computers come to be executed by these far-flung data centers,” the magazine writes, “the technology industry has rapturously rebranded the Internet as ‘the cloud.'”
And finally from Kentroversy, a friend of his (Kent) in the fight against the OWO (NWO) is caught in a web of betrayal that could very well cost him his life, so please go here to read about it and listen to the podcast emergency interview.