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Facebook & Google are CIA Fronts
February 16, 2011
In the case of both Google and Facebook, three talented students in their 20’s came out of obscurity to establish multi-billion dollar enterprises. Do you suppose they had some help?
BY SANDEEP PARWAGA
There used to be a saying: ”No one makes a name for himself without giving something up”
As a youngster, I was awed by people who ”made it to the top” by creating and innovating corporations, technologies, or simply establishing themselves through sports, music, entertainment, etc. thus becoming millionaires.
Now as I have grown older, I realize how illusory this paradigm really is. I came to the conclusion that if you want to reach the ”top’,’ you have to give up your soul.
Take Mark Zuckerberg for example. He is one of the most ”successful entrepreneurs” in the last decade. Having made a fortune through his Facebook empire, he reaches more than 500 million people worldwide. It seems like a fairytale. A student creates a new interface to connect the people throughout the world. Well, it sounds great doesn’t it? It would, if we were true.
Here is a good video that demonstrates that Facebook was indirectly funded by the CIA with the goal of learning and storing everything there is to know about you. Why? To monitor and ultimately control.
Again, the people have been totally duped by the Facebook-mania and can only see what they are told to see. As my friends say: ”It is to connect people and share information”. In the wake of the recent crisis in Egypt, we might add that Facebook has become not just a data-mining operation, but also a soft power proxy for crisis-creation.
Let’s look at headlines that should cast no doubt about the true character of CIAbook:
The Face of Facebook – (Pay particular notice to the IMs that got leaked and confirmed to be true by the New Yorker)
US spies invest in internet monitoring technology – Quoted from this article: ”In an attempt to sift through the blizzard of information, the investment arm of the CIA, In-Q-Tel, has invested in a software firm that monitors social media.”
Nihilists of The World Unite: Wikileaks Is The “Cognitive Infiltration” Operation Demanded by Cass Sunstein –
TIME Mag Person of the Year 2010 – This link is just a mere reminder of past history and the perversion of ”honoring”those who don’t deserve it. Would you like to share this front cover with Hitler, Stalin, Kissinger, etc.? I sure wouldn’t. Obviously Zuckerberg has done something ”great”. Just my 2 cents about this garbage.
Google has come under scrutiny over its attempt to eliminate competing search engines and block ”controversial” sites and people, but the biggest controversy came over its alleged ties to the CIA and NSA.
Google founders Sergey M. Brin and Lawrence E. Page are portrayed as average folks, Stanford University students, who teamed up to create a ”superior search engine”. Their attempt to do just that turned out to be so successful that they started to get funding from big players, for example Sun Microsystems. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Brin#Search_engine_development)
It can be assumed that the CIA and NSA funded them as well. As in the above example of Facebook, don’t forget the Google scandal connected to China last year, where Google simply evaded censorship laws by moving to Hong Kong.
The CIA might have used Google as a soft power proxy in China as well for destabilization operations. Here are a few issues that made the news regarding Google:
YouTube’s Parent Google is a Corporate Member of the Council on Foreign Relations –
Ex-Agent: CIA Seed Money Helped Launch Google –
I admit I have Facebook. I am not particularly happy about it, but it does facilitate being connected with friends from other places. I try to keep a low profile. Don’t reveal anything or don’t click on trivial buttons, for example the ”Likes”.
Use alternatives to make contact if you can, e.g. email or other messengers. If you have Facebook, you have probably realized how people have literally sold their lives over to it.
Every time I see people revealing things to the finest detail, they don’t think about any consequences, or let’s say, they are not smart enough to care. The scientific dictatorship has done a ”good” job in brainwashing and manipulating the masses. Don’t be fooled by the deceit. The mainstream media has been very reluctant to cover the disturbing Google/Facebook ties as it would expose important assets for the Big Brother machine and its secret use to destabilize.
Zuckerberg or the Google founders would never have gotten the publicity, wealth and success without a CIA or NSA connection. To elaborate on the opening quote, I assume they have been initiated into the Illuminati Order and sold their soul.
Sandeep Parwaga is a 22 yr old Indian student who currently lives in the UK.
Facebook is a CIA Databank
November 12, 2011
Remember when Mark Zuckerberg called his users ”dumb f****”?
by Sandeep Parwaga
In my Feb. 16 article ”Facebook & Google are CIA Fronts,” I argued that Facebook and Google data mine information about you. This is now public knowledge.
The Associated Press reported November 4 that the CIA has an entire center dedicated to monitoring Facebook and Twitter. They also monitor TV stations and print newspapers  and .
“The Open Source Center,” established in 2005 by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence , has been operating since the 9/11 Commission’s call for foreign counterintelligence.
Though the CIA claims it only monitors foreign activity, I am skeptical. Not only been the CIA been using proxies, but has devoted an entire center for that operation.
Facebook A Privacy-Eroding Network, Not Social Network
Remember when Mark Zuckerberg called his users ”dumb f****”?  If that is not a clear sign of the disdain for the Facebook users, consider these new disturbing facts.
Nik Cubrilovic, an entrepreneur, hacker and writer, revealed that Facebook tracked and stored the Internet browsing of its 750 million users even after they had left the site. 
This blog story gained mainstream attention and Facebook conceded it had happened, but denied it was intentional and used for tracking.
In my last article, I mentioned that you should avoid clicking on trivial buttons on Facebook, for example the ”Likes”, because I assumed there was something shady about it.
I discovered recently that when you click on any Like button, you are opening yourself up to being tracked by Facebook. 
When Zuckerberg announced the ”Like system” during a conference (called F8) in 2010 promoting it to make the web more ”social” and ”smarter”, cnet.com reported ” What Zuckerberg didn’t point out is that widespread use of the Like button allows Facebook to track people as they switch from CNN.com to Yelp.com to ESPN.com, all of which are sites that have said they will implement the feature.” 
According to the article, ”Even if someone is not a Facebook user or is not logged in, Facebook’s social plug-ins collect the address of the Web page being visited and the Internet address of the visitor as soon as the page is loaded–clicking on the Like button is not required. If enough sites participate, that permits Facebook to assemble a vast amount of data about Internet users’ browsing habits.” 
So for example, if you visit CNN.com, ”the Like system” is able to track your move on that site simply because CNN.com is part of that system. If you then go to ESPN.com you are still being tracked by the Facebook plug-ins, so you don’t really need to be a user of Facebook.
Another interesting issue I have discovered was the so called ”cloud computing”. Cloud computing refers to ” the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices as a utility (like the electricity grid) over a network (typically the Internet).” 
In an article from the Wall Street Journal, Bruce Schneier reports that cloud computing ”Is one of the fastest growing IT market segments — 69% of Americans now use some sort of cloud computing services – ”  Facebook also uses this cloud computing system. 
Mr. Schneier links articles that outline the fact that the cloud computing system is anything but secure and private. According to Mr. Schneier, Google’s Terms of Service ”explicitly disavow any warranty or any liability for harm that might result from Google’s negligence, recklessness, malevolent intent, or even purposeful disregard of existing legal obligations to protect the privacy and security of user data.” 
Facebook does exactly the same through its Statement of Principles and Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. Apple has also launched the cloud computing system recently.
If you thought that was enough, check this out. Facebook has started a system that can recognize faces so it makes it easier for ”friends” to tag you. There is not much to say about this, except that it is a very creepy technology. This system has gained funding from the government to track so called ”terrorists”. Now Facebook does that for the government as well. 
If we think about it, Facebook is nothing but a big Orwellian spy grid. All Facebook’s offerings ultimately lead to being tracked. A few months ago I decided to ”delete” my Facebook account for good. Besides all the Orwellian reasons I ”deleted” my account, I also considered Mark Dice’s Youtube clip ”Defriend Day”. 
Dice aays that people’s homes got robbed when they post a vacation status or kids got busted for underage drinking.  and 
The Open Source Center director admits that overseas individuals are being monitored  which I suspect is only half the truth. Let’s not forget the tremendous amount of lies that have come from the establishment in the past years regarding monitoring and privacy.
For example, it was well known that the FISA law (Foreign Intelligence Service Act) not only spied on foreigners, but on domestic citizens as well. 
If you have any concern for your privacy, I would recommend what I recommended before: 1) Try to keep a low profile. 2) Don’t reveal anything personal or don’t click on trivial buttons, for example the ”Likes” 3) Use alternatives to make contact if you can, e.g. email or other messengers. 4) Get rid off it for good.