IT Industry: Owned and Operated by The Company


The World Wide Web Is Just That

A Vast and Covert Government-Corporate Network Controls Every Single Aspect of the Internet Without Any Exceptions


State of the Nation

SOTN Editor’s Note:
Even today when the Internet has provided massive amounts of indisputable evidence, most folks are still unaware that the World Wide Web (WWW) was set up by various agencies of the U.S. Federal Government and Armed Services to include but not limited to DARPA, DIA, NSA, CIA, OICI, ONI, FBI, etc. Working in very close coordination with each other, these agencies collaborated with a special project at CERN which essentially created the WWW.  In fact the WWW was painstakingly put together one piece at a time and in such a way that it would be quite easy to monitor and manipulate by those hidden controllers at the top of the worldwide information control matrix.

The sheer depth and breadth of this ongoing IT black operation should not be underestimated.  The conspiracy of collaboration between and among every major (and minor) player within the Information Technology sector is beyond comprehension, as is their direct collusion with the U.S. and U.K. governments every step of the way.

For starters, all of the major hardware companies have been directly involved in this black budgeted project from day one.  That would particularly include Microsoft, Apple, Dell, Hewlett Packard, and Intel among several other big players.  Every major software company like Oracle is also integral to this operation.  So is every single computer security and anti-virus enterprise (e.g. Symantec’s Norton anti-virus and Intel’s McAfee anti-virus) of note associated with this complex plot to control every aspect of the Internet and Computer Industry.  All of the networking equipment manufacturers such as Cisco Systems, Inc. are likewise key participants in this vast web of surveillance and spying.

Facebook Proves Itself To Be Another CIA-Managed Media Experiment

All of the major social network platforms provide vital services to the U.S. Government et al.  These include the obvious Big Brother agents such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr, StumpleUpon, etc.  Then there are the many search engines, each promising to protect the confidentiality of your searches.  Google, Yahoo, Bing, Baidu, AOL,, Excite and DuckDuckGo are just a few of those competing for your searches.  The free email services like Gmail (aka Government Mail), Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail,,, iCloud Mail, Aim Mail, Zoho Mail and Yandex.Mail are only a few of the hundreds now available which participate directly in this clandestine operation.  It is quite obvious that Google is well represented in these various lists for very good reason.

GOOGLE: Conceived, Funded and Directed By The CIA — Part I

GOOGLE: Conceived, Funded and Directed By The CIA — Part II

There are many other cogs in the Internet machine — both hardware and software — which play various roles in this global government-sponsored program. No company will be permitted to attain beyond a certain size and/or reach unless they agree to join this club that functions completely under the radar.  This is how the CIA & Company function as the secret Internet gatekeeper — 24/7 — around the globe.  Either you follow the rules of the government IT game or you don’t gain entry into the club. Oh, and by the way, this club was set up — OSTENSIBLY —  in the interest of National Security.  This patently false pretext is always asserted as the primary reason why they must have total control over your IT hardware and software every moment that it’s operating. And even when it’s not operating, incidentally.

The true Microsoft back story provides a perfect illustration of how this whole covert IT network was set up from the very beginning.  The CIA controllers simply recruited the pliable son of an IBM director who was CIA — that would be Bill Gates — and installed him as king of the PC market.  In this fashion were they able to control every single thing that Microsoft did and did not do.  When the top guy is completely controlled, it’s quite easy to control every level beneath them.  That’s why the drill sergeant Steve Ballmer was brought into the mix during a very sensitive time of development at Microsoft.  Gates was no longer dependable and Microsoft needed a real hammer to keep the renegades in line.  If you want to see the real Steve Ballmer go ballistic just watch the following video.  And this guy was set up as an IT Corporation CEO to do what?  Now you know why EVERYONE so hates the Windows operating system!

VIDEO: Microsoft CEO Steven Ballmer ‘Goes Crazy’ At Company Event

What’s the point?

The Windows operating system was purposefully designed to have various and sundry holes, both security and otherwise, from the get-go.  In this way Microsoft has an ‘excuse ‘ to enter your computer whenever they wish, as they do (see article below).  The many and diverse holes and gaps which were deliberately manufactured into the various security aspects especially provide another opportunity for anti-virus companies to set up your firewalls, and do whatever the heck else they want to in the meantime, without the computer user knowing that anything is going on.  Obviously every single keystroke has always been monitored and recorded.

With this understanding the following article ought to be read very carefully.  There are very specific reasons why Windows 10 is so incredibly aggressive about foisting their upgrade on every single PC user on the planet.  Perhaps it’s time for each and every PC owner to respond to this devolving and alarming situation.  Privacy is a right that this vast government-corporate conspiracy has completely removed from the Internet and from computer usage. Truly, IT devices and equipment are not even really owned by the owner anymore … not that they ever were.

State of the Nation
May 27, 2016

Video:  Internet began as CIA project’

Special Note

Is it any wonder that a computer whiz kid — Bill Gates — left IT one day and woke up the next morning as the biggest vaccine pusher on the planet?  Obviously those who made him the richest man in the world at that time decided to use him to globalize the Vaccine Industry. Of course, India is none too happy with his pushiness either.

India To Prosecute Bill Gates For Using Tribal Children To Conduct Illegal Vaccine Test



Tech giant using ‘unthinkable tricks’ to take over machines, force controversial ‘upgrade’

Bob Unruh


Editor’s Note: Within the last week, four news editors on WND’s small editorial staff have had their computers forcibly taken over by Microsoft and left unusable for up to 90 minutes while the software giant upgraded the computer’s operating system, without user permission, to Windows 10.

Microsoft has turned “nasty” in its campaign to coerce hundreds of millions of customers to upgrade to its Windows 10 operating system, a program critics condemn as privacy-invading, data-swiping and “brimming with freemium services and ads.”

Microsoft has been trying to lure computer users into its new operating system for months, bombarding them with unending pop-up screens. But many users are comfortable with the systems they have, have no interest in learning new operations and have simply clicked the “X” to get rid of the unwanted solicitation.

You can’t do that anymore.

Microsoft changed the coding on the “X” so that clicking it now instructs MS to “upgrade” your computer to Windows 10. Yes, really.

In fact, the two options on the page, “OK” and “Upgrade Now,” do the same thing as the “X.”

To avoid the forced “upgrade,” a user has to go into the fine print.

Inside a logo box in the ad is a scheduled date for a mandatory upgrade. The user must look in the tiny type just below that line and find where it says “here” and click on that to avoid the upgrade.

“Police State USA: How Orwell’s Nightmare is Becoming Our Reality,” marshals the terrifying evidence to show the world of Big Brother is much closer than we want to admit.

Tech world reaction has been strongly negative to what one analyst called a “deceptive” action.

But is Microsoft concerned? Not really.

Multiple requests from WND for answers to pertinent questions were met with links to company promotions for Windows 10.

Then there was Microsoft’s offer several times to go “on background” to answer questions, an offer WND declined. It apparently would have been information a reporter is supposed to hear about Windows 10, but not the general public.

What do YOU think? Sound off on Windows 10 ‘hijacking’ U.S. computers

PC World addressed the issue under the headline, “How Microsoft’s tricky new Windows 10 pop-up deceives you into upgrading.”

Senior editor Brad Chacos explained what ticked him off.

“This morning, the unthinkable happened: My wife, an avowed PC user who long ago swore to never touch an Apple device, started shopping around for a Mac Mini. And it’s all thanks to Windows 10. Or rather, the nasty new way that Microsoft’s tricking Windows 7 and 8 users into automatically updating to Windows 10.”

He said he already was no fan of Microsoft’s “strongarm” tactics, writing several months ago when Microsoft said buyers of Intel’s Skylake processors “have to upgrade to Windows 10 in the next 18 months, or forgo all but the most critical security patches – and those will be available to Windows 7 and 8.1 users only if said patches don’t ‘risk the reliability or compatibility’ on non-Skylake systems.”

Chacos called the news a “bombshell.”

“Making sure new hardware works with old operating systems no doubt consumes valuable time and resources, and hardware and software are intertwined now more than ever before, but aggressively forcing users (including businesses) to upgrade to Windows 10 before the end of the operating system’s initial stated support cycle ends is unprecedented in the Windows world,” he said.

“That nasty trick resulted in my wife’s beloved Windows 7 PC being sneakily upgraded to Windows 10 this morning. Sure, she has 30 days to roll it back to Windows 7, but she feels so betrayed – like Microsoft forcibly removed her control over her own PC – that she’s strongly considering embracing the Dark Side and buying a Mac, instead.”

Find the button that lets you decline the upgrade in this image from Microsoft:


BBC technology reporter Zoe Kleinman explained how Microsoft’s decision to force users to upgrade has “caused confusion.”

Microsoft, he says, essentially changed the “X” from “close window and begone” to “I agree to your company taking over my computer for an indefinite period and installing whatever you want and then I further agree to be subjected to a bombardment of ads as well as pilfering of my private files.”

At InfoWorld, Woody Leonhard wrote: “Microsoft has ratcheted up its Win10 upgrade efforts, going from an irritating advertising campaign to ‘reserve’ an upgrade (reserving free bits – what a marketing concept) to ‘accidentally’ forced upgrades to increasingly dicey signup notices (‘Upgrade Now/Upgrade Tonight’) to hidden folders with 3GB to 6GB of unwanted downloaded data to GWX processes that automatically restart themselves. Those are the more noticeable dirty tricks.”

He posted an explanation on how users can roll back if they’ve already been upgraded, but he warned, “the rollback can take many minutes or even hours.”

“Note that rolling back may not keep new files you’ve created, depending on where they’re stored.”

While he said he uses and likes Windows 10, “this forced updating is, in my opinion, the most customer-antagonistic act Microsoft has ever undertaken.”

Chacos left no doubt about his thoughts: “So after more than half a year of teaching people that the only way to say ‘no thanks’ to Windows 10 is to exit the GWX application – and refusing to allow users to disable the pop-up in any obvious manner, so they had to press that X over and over again during those months to the point that most people proably just click it without reading now – Microsoft just made it so that very behavior accepts the Windows 10 upgrade instead, rather than canceling it.

“That’s gross.”

He went back to his wife’s issue.

“Thanks to the deceitful new update, there’s a very high chance that my wife will be a new OS X convert by the end of the day. You may have ostensibly achieved another Windows 10 upgrade to pad your adoption stats, Microsoft, but you very well may have lost a lifelong PC user who swore she’d never switch to Apple. Which means that I may have to learn how to troubleshoot Macs.

“Dammit, Microsoft.”

Microsoft did send WND some comments it thought would be “helpful.”

“As we shared in October, Microsoft has been helping customers who received the Windows 10 upgrade as an ‘Optional’ (and now ‘Recommended’) update, to schedule their upgrade. Once a customer’s upgrade is scheduled, they will receive a notification that states the time their upgrade is scheduled for, with options to reschedule or cancel if they wish. If the customer wishes to continue with their upgrade at the designated time, they can click ‘OK’ or close (‘X’ out of the notification) with no further action needed.”

That’s from the ubiquitous “Microsoft spokesperson.”

What do YOU think? Sound off on Windows 10 ‘hijacking’ U.S. computers

Wayne Williams wrote at BetaNews, “Even if you like Windows 10, you should be angry at Microsoft.”

The “relentless pushing” from the software company is “scummy behavior, totally unbefitting of a company of Microsoft’s size and reputation.”

“The latest trick … should have people brandishing pitchforks and flaming torches and marching on Redmond, but it doesn’t. Why?Because Microsoft’s s—– g tricks are now what we expect from the company which doesn’t care in the slightest about its customers.

“Microsoft wants to get Windows 10 on a billion devices, and it’s going to hit that target even if Satya Nadella has to smash his way into your home and install it on your PC while you sleep. Sure, your computer might not work afterwards, but who cares, right? Certainly not Microsoft.”

He wrote: “Type ‘Windows 10 is’ into Google and the autocomplete suggests, among other things, the operating system is ‘bad’, ‘slow, ‘spyware’, and a ‘virus’. Bing pulls even fewer punches, saying Windows 10 is ‘rubbish’, ‘crap’, ‘awful’, ‘horrible’, and ‘slow’. Neither search engine suggests anything positive about Windows 10.

“Microsoft says once the free period expires on July 29, the Get Windows 10 (GWX) app will be removed from Windows 7 and 8.1 machines which have survived the bombardment, but will that be the end of Microsoft’s dirty campaign tricks? Somehow I doubt it.”

Want to give Microsoft a piece of your mind? Post a message on Microsoft’s Facebook page and the Windows Facebook page, call Microsoft’s headquarters at (425) 882-8080 or fax (425)706-7929.

Microsoft makes it nearly impossible to email the corporate office with user feedback, so hundreds of angry customers have flooded its Facebook page in the last 24 hours with complaints about the forced Windows 10 “upgrade,” including the following:

  • Hey Microsoft nerds. Back in high school, when a girl said no to your advances, she meant no. Same goes here when users tell you no they do not want Windows 10. I know high school was tough on you, but learn from it. No means no. – Abraham Yang
  • I am writing my congressional officials. This practice has got to stop. For Microsoft to take over people’s computers is an outrage! – Judy DeTuccio
  • Major class-action lawsuit incoming regarding forced Window 10 upgrades. Will be in the billions. – Jake Rappoport
  • SLAMMED BY MICROSOFT! I have patiently declined the offer to “upgrade” to Windows 10 each day for several months. This morning Microsoft slammed all of the machines in my office with out my permission. The process took more than 2 hours out of our work day to reverse, which equates to several thousand dollars of lost productivity. This is an unacceptable business practice by a company I had come to trust and respect. When telephone companies employed similar practices, they were sued and criminally prosecuted! Restitution should be made to me and other impacted businesses who have suffered from this insane action on the part of Microsoft! Shame on you, Microsoft!!!! – Rick Biers
  • NO, NO, NO Microsoft!!! We don’t want automatic upgrades to Windows 10, and you have NO RIGHT to alter software we have paid for, on machines we own!!!! – Al Freeman
  • This whole Windows 10 update thing is really shady. Shame on you, Microsoft. My next OS will be Linux. – Derek Davis
  • Could you please let me know where to send my repair bill to fix my computer after Microsoft 10 was downloaded without my permission? I paid $99 to fix everything, and that’s not counting being down for an entire day of work due to not having a computer. I specifically chose the option to decline the upgrade after it kept popping up on my screen every single day, but you downloaded it anyway while I was sleeping. Please respond. I’d be happy to provide the actual repair bill. Thank so much. – Suzette Salcido
  • WTH, Microsoft, with the auto upgrade to Windows 10. I had to wipe my computer and reinstall W7 once already. Don’t force your spyware on me! – Renee Kowal
  • Thanks for forcing something on my business that I did not want, thereby forcing me to spend more money to either fix or conform. You’ll be getting my bill, and I’ll expect payment within 15 days of receipt. – Brian Oswald Dc
  • How dare you sneak attack my computer in the middle of the night! If I had wanted Windows 10, I would have downloaded it myself! My computer is MINE, not yours. Hands off! – Brenda Riely
  • You idiots just made me go to Apple! Stop messing with my PC, Microsoft! I DON’T want windows 10 so [stop] hijacking my PC to install it behind my back! – Alice In-Flames



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7 Responses to IT Industry: Owned and Operated by The Company

  1. Hi Jamie

    Duh is what I thought but decided to throw it up anyway.


    • hirundine608 says:

      Did anyone ever expect something from a U.S. military cast-off; internet, to be anything but? Apple or MS. They are both as bad. Apple being marginally, at this point; marginally the less reprehensible. My son uses Ubuntu and I have not heard anything poor about it. How about other Linux users? How do they feel? Cheers Jamie.


  2. I tried Unbuntu many years ago. You never know whose server you are on. The supposedly magic upgrades and new toys being developed would disappear when I tried to down load them.

    Here is a piece here.

    You don’t get any more security with any of them and Ubuntu I found had less functionality.

    I a pretty happy with apple. Of course they have some quirks. You can go to network and use the proxy setup. Only thing is when you click out of it and then back into it. The password is always changed back to the password they wish you to have. You will use their password 🙂

    It is much smoother to operate however.

    Microsoft was 5 patches a day. You can open a new MS program and they say you will have a virus within the first 7 seconds. It is almost impossible to reprogram MS. To wipe a hard drive they want you to buy a disk from somebody (big bucks) and then ask their permission to use it. Give them a code.

    Now that they unload new programs whether you want them or not is way over the top.

    That is not the case with apple. Any installation disk easily erases the hard drive. No problems. there are no viruses but kaspersky has taken some 7 trojans off my machines.

    gimp is very easy to use with apple.

    I get the impression reading this you have never used an apple have you?

    After I gave my cousin a mac computer, someone asked him about his “computer”. He said I don’t use them, I am a mac man! 🙂

    I remember many years ago I was looking for a cheap computer. I called a mac store and after awhile the guy said, oh I get it, you are not looking for a mac, you just want a computer right?


  3. hirundine608 says:

    I’ve been using mac’s since 2006. Even then, the patches and security issues of Windows were driving me up the wall. Which why I made the switch, once Apple was using Intel.

    That’s the problem with “open source” type platforms. I use a cleaner like “Clean my mac”, but things like virus prevention software. Doesn’t seem to happen in OS or iOS. The price of an iMac, laptop or iPad. may be more at the till yet once you start adding on the security software costs. Brings them to almost to similar hardware costs. Of course Microsoft is still using essentially DOS with upgrades for Windows. Which ends up giving the consumer a Mac lookalike. It is said that an operating system such as DOS built upon Unix, is better for spreadsheets and numbers? I find little difference. I like that I can read MS documents on my iMac but that’s about it for wanting anything close to a microsoft product. For the most part, it is an inferior platform. I do however prefer an Android phone over the IPhone, yet I own both. I use !password for my passwords, so all is well right now, for my use. An interesting perspective with this post, about the Windows 10 upgrades. When I use MS I used their ever popular Windows XP. Many users refuse to upgrade past that despite the lack of support for the platform. Cheers Jamie


  4. I got my first mac in about 2005. It takes awhile for a mac to become obsolete. I recently bought a couple of imac 2011s on ebay for 350 each. They still have Cd burners, will still take El capitan but I don’t use it, too slow. I use yosemite. I have a 2012 that for some reason is slower than the 2011s.

    To me that is a whole lot better than buying a new one for 1600 bucks and then an extra cd burner as the new ones don’t come with that.

    I don’t worry about a mac cleaner, if need be I simply erase the hard drive and start over.

    I have never met anyone yet that after using a mac for awhile, didn’t say, how did I put up with microsoft for all those years.


    • hirundine608 says:

      Strange that? My 2015 came preloaded with Yosemite but upgraded for El Capitan. Works well for me. No problems. Speed? I dunno they seem about the same. The El Capitan takes less room, for what that’s worth. Yeah, I have a CD player/burner but even in Canadian the iMac with extra RAM was still a bit less than that. My first imac was in 2006. Boy was I glad to dump windows and would have done so sooner but was not happy with being unable to read those documents, etc. A friend still runs a Macintosh but has an iPad too. I like the iPad, for it is very convenient. My sister uses her iPad almost exclusively. As too her hubby. Who is an architect and does all his work from one. For anyone using MS. I feel sorry for the forced upgrading. Yet, that’s open source for you. I still think that both platforms have their problems when it comes to security. One other aside. My 2015 iMac with a larger screen, is actually smaller than the 2011 version on my desk. Which has a shelf above the screen. The burner sits beside it. The keyboard is a battery powered one and is without the extra number pad. That for me would be my biggest complaint that you lose the forward delete button.

      Who knows what computers whisper at night? Do androids dream of electric sheep? Cheers Jamie


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