Conspiracy Theory Websites Monitored, Censored By CISPA
June 4, 2015 in The Illuminati by Clouverse
Southeast, Wyoming — Confronted with permanent shutdown due to divisive material, conspiracy theory websites are bracing for eventual censorship by CISPA for subversive content. CISPA, also known as Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, recently enacted sharing of Internet traffic information between U.S. government and companies. Sources fear this enactment could lead to a conflict of interest within the government and business sectors. Yet conspiracy theorists also believe CISPA could sanitize any type of information deemed dangerous to the National Security of America. If the law passes, many believe this could mean a virtual “kill switch” for many forums, many of which have been around for decades.
“Long ago, conspiracy theorists were known as messengers and detective. The word ‘conspiracy theory’ was a neutral term used to describe secret criminal undertaking. Over the years, conspiracy theory became associated with “fringe topics”, becoming topics for wild-eyed assertions and unfounded assumptions. As a result, conspiracy theorists have become the proverbial “crackpots” of society. The public ridiculed these “sad people” if they dared speak out against the establishment. Now that [the conspiracy theorists] have gained traction and commissioned correct, the powers that be wish to excise them.”
Among those targeted for blackout are internet traffic website radio show host Alex Jones, professional speaker David Icke, and author Mark Dice. Along with these conspiracy theorists include several conspiracy theory forums awaiting the blacklist. Such include Above Top Secret, which deals with unedited discussions about government projects and secret facilities. Area 51 in Nevada, “Alien-related laws”, government contractors, agencies and aircraft projects and remain extremely popular for Above Top Secret. Before It’s News captures breaking alternative stories the mainstream media won’t cover. Written by journalists and reporters, Before It’s News seeks to tell the public topics receiving less press than the usual mainstream stories.
Conspiracy theory sources predict suppression in part for Godlike Productions, one of the oldest and busiest conspiracy theory forum on the web. Sources believe CISPA will withhold the truth about UFOs, politics, current events, and secret societies, a focus of Godlike Productions. “This would explain the usually high amount of bans users of these websites receive.” The informal forum-based structure attracts many members to Godlike Productions over the years. Many of these members share subversive viewpoints. Godlike Productions became famous for interviews with former Illuminati Grand Master, Leo Lyon Zagami. With major conspiratorial headlines and stories of the day discussed, Godlike Productions pulls news articles from conspiracy articles and other lesser alternative news sources. Much like Godlike Productions, Lunatic Outpost also pulls articles from alternative news sources with main topics discussing the conspiratorial aspect of the major headline stories. Yet, sources fear provocateur planted these stories to track the country’s dissenters.
“In the mid to late 1990’s, the internet was new and provided truth seekers with an outlet to discuss their theories. Conspiracy theory forums dared to talk about the stuff no one else wanted to. Suddenly, conspiracy theories discussed topics on a widespread level. It was all about the weird, unknown, suspicious, and hidden. Now, they’re in danger of being silenced for a long time.” Many have rumored that, in the event that CISPA does not pass, conspiracy theory websites more than a decade old will suffer infiltration and abridgment by the government.