- Conflict & Crisis
By JG Vibes
December 30, 2012
Today there are many organizations that work over top of our government which have been put into place by the modern day feudal oligarchy. Many times these organizations are called “think tanks” or “policy institutes“.
Policy institute is the more appropriate term, because these are the organizations that set the political policy and hand it down to the politicians.
This is where our politicians get all their wonderful ideas from! Bush didn’t come up with the 300 page patriot act all by himself, but it was actually the work of a think tank called “the project for a new American century“. Obama‘s infamous health plan wasn’t something that he came up with himself, but that too was the work of a thank tank.
The foreign and economic policy is set by these organizations as well, so that means the government’s stance on wars, tax plans or welfare is all decided upon by these groups. Memos and reports created at these organizations make their way through the pentagon and the white house where they eventually land on the president’s desk. At this point the president signs to authorize the plan, and reads over the policy so he is prepared to explain it when asked by reporters.
The most powerful of these organizations are the committee of 300, the Bilderberg Group, The Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission.
This week the CFR was in the news again, after a security breach revealed that their website had been hosting malware for days. This malware is allegedly used to track and spy on the people who visit the website, and some are even suggesting that this aspect of their security breach may be an inside job to gather information about people who are interested in the CFR.
“Another high profile watering hole attack has been discovered, this one targeting visitors to the Council on Foreign Relations website…..Watering hole attacks target topically connected websites that an attacker believes members of a particular organization will visit often. An attacker will infect the website with malware which stings visitors in drive-by attacks. The site visitors are the ultimate targets; attackers are generally state-sponsored and hope to spy on their victims’ activities and siphon off business or military intelligence, experts say.
Security company FireEye reported Friday night that the CFR website had been compromised as early as Dec. 21 and was still hosting malware last Wednesday, the day after Christmas. Researchers there said the attackers were exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser.”
FireEye’s Darien Kindlund wrote on the company’s blog that:
“We can confirm that the malicious content hosted on the website does appear to use Adobe Flash to generate a heap spray attack against Internet Explorer version 8.0 (fully patched), which was the source of the zero-day vulnerability. We have chosen not to release the technical details of this exploit, as Microsoft is still investigating the vulnerability at this time.”
“Initial reports said that users whose browsers were set to support the Chinese language were the main targets, but FireEye explains that other categories were targeted as well. The exploit was served to all visitors who had set their browsers to languages such as English (US), Chinese (Taiwan), Chinese (China), Japanese, Korean or Russian.”
Situations like this is why it may be smart to begin thinking about using proxy servers and VPN services.
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J.G. Vibes is the author of an 87 chapter counter culture textbook called Alchemy of the Modern Renaissance, a staff writer and reporter for The Intellihub and host of a show called Voluntary Hippie Radio.
You can keep up with his work, which includes free podcasts, free e-books & free audiobooks at his website www.aotmr.com