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Cyber Security Warning! False Flag Lulz April Fool’s Day

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The FBI’s Lulzsec promises hijinks on April Fool’s Day, while Anonymous, plans action on Saturday, March 31.

False reporting or ‘cyber April fool’s jokes’ will be heralded as a national security threat and set the precedent for rolling out mandatory NSTIC registry and remove freedom of expression from the digital media by strict policy enforcement with corporate cooperation.

What if this was all planned and promoted by government and corporate interests?

What if this is just controlled Problem-Reaction-Solution: Anonymous/LULZSEC Promises to Take Down the Internet  

March 31: Operation Global Blackout: Hackers Intend to Shut Down The Internet


‘Citizens of the United States, We are Anonymous.

This is an urgent emergency alert to all people of the United States. The day we’ve all been waiting for has unfortunately arrived. The United States is censoring the internet. Our blatant response is that we will not sit while our rights are taken away by the government we trusted them to preserve. This is not a call to arms, but a call to recognition and action!

The United States government has mastered this corrupt way of giving us a false sense of freedom. We think we are free and can do what we want, but in reality we are very limited and restricted as to what we can do, how we can think, and even how our education is obtained. We have been so distracted by this mirage of freedom, that we have just become what we were trying to escape from.’



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