As noted at SLL:
“…If there is no privacy there is no freedom.
This article is the only article I’m posting today (7/13). It is a very important but lengthy article. It’s one of the rare instances where I deem it more worthwhile to spend a half-an-hour reading a single article than browsing through SLL’s daily selection of multiple articles. It details the plans which will culminate in requiring government permission to use the internet, eliminating anonymous posting and commentary, and making central-bank issued digital currencies the only mediums of exchange. Whitney Webb has detailed the stories behind Jeffrey Epstein, Covid-19, and now Cyberpolygon. Her work is always exhaustively researched, with extensive links to her internet-accessible sources. With the permission of Webb and the site where this story is originally published, The Last American Vagabond (thelastamericanvagabond.com), I am posting the entire story and it will be featured for the rest of the week. Her other articles at The Last American Vagabond, some of which I’ve posted on SLL, are also highly recommended. Note well the last paragraph of this article:
All of this should serve as a poignant reminder that, as much as our lives have become interconnected with the internet and online activity, the fight to protect human freedom, dignity and liberty against a predatory, global oligarchy is fundamentally one that must take place in the real world, not only online. May the coming “cyber war”, whatever form it takes, remind many that online activism must be accompanied by real world actions and organizing.“