2012: US Senators call for universal Internet filtering

US senators today made a bipartisan call for the universal implementation of filtering and monitoring technologies on the Internet in order to protect children at the end of a Senate hearing for which civil liberties groups were not invited. Commerce Committee Chairman Daniel K. Inouye (D-Hawaii) and Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee Vice Chairman Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) both argued that Internet was a dangerous place where parents alone will not be able to protect their children. While filtering and monitoring technologies help parents to screen out offensive content and to monitor their child’s online activities, the use of these technologies is far from universal and may not be fool-proof in keeping kids away from adult material,” Sen. Inouye said. In that context, we must evaluate our current efforts to combat child pornography and consider what further measures may be needed to stop the spread of such illegal material […] Read More

Star Wars – Episode IV Sec. A

Section A The political mythologem The Synarchy “Ideas were made for humans, and not humans for ideas.” Comin’ from greek, the term “synarchya” ethymolgykaly means “the collegial  (as in “league”) power”. Theclassic example is considered the system set up in Athenes durin’ 510 b.C., by Clisthene (grandfather of Pericle), who reformed the Constitution of the fortress in concordance with several principles inspired from Pitagora” s phylosophy, accordin’ to whom the actual power – meanin’ the influence over the whole social activities – has to be exert by a “choice of society”/ elite, includin’ scholars and mystiks. * The Ordo Illuminatorum Society, founded in 1776 by adam Weishaupt, had thirteen pyramidal degrees, strictly compartimented in three levels. The influence of the order manifested in England in France, and had been very important in the development of the French Revolution. Several jacobyns were members of the Bavarian Illuminati (the jacobyns club […] Read More