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May 22, 2006

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But can M16 really do that? What about Yahoo not revealing its customer identities and stuff? Remember the story of the soldier who died in a war and his family wants his email passwords, but Yahoo wouldn't give because it is its STRICT policy. Ok Maybe M16 can do anything- the Hollywood stuff and all.

I have to stop here. Don't want mine to go down.

But can M16 really do that? What about Yahoo not revealing its customer identities and stuff? Remember the story of the soldier who died in a war and his family wants his email passwords, but Yahoo wouldn't give because it is its STRICT policy. Ok Maybe M16 can do anything- the Hollywood stuff and all.

I have to stop here. Don't want mine to go down.

Remember that Margaret Thatcher didn't want anyone with anything other than a right wing bias to be at GCHQ? This is what they get up to. Many of the websites that go against the establishment are targetted and closed down. Notice the "this page cannot be found" on a lot of these sites.
The Internet is about the only place where you can speak freely but the establishment doesn't want that. A case of "do not question authority".
The Bilderberg group runs the world and they have tentacles everywhere.

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