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President of high technology, or How “Google” made a bet on Obama

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The US military industrialists are unhappy with Barack Obama - Syria, you know, did not otdemokratizirovat "Tomahawks", and the Iranian underground objects are not bombed expensive anti-bunker bombs - but they have to blame themselves. It was necessary to make a financial bet not on the Republicans, but on the Democrats. McCain, of course, defends the interests of the military-industrial complex in Congress, but somehow it’s too clumsy: playing poker at meetings, then taking pictures of bearded kidnappers, declaring them champions of democracy. Those who financed the Obama election campaign are quite happy with life and business.


President of high technology, or How “Google” made a bet on Obama


John McCain has always supported the idea of ​​a military strike against Syria. Flightless zones, missiles, financing and arming the "opposition" - in short, the full Libyan program. Resource fbii.org With reference to the “Daily Mail” kindly reminds that of the ten senators who supported the “shock” resolution on Syria, from military-industrial corporations to the election campaigns of the 2007 and 2012. McCain received the most money - 176300 $.

If this Republican prefers America to invest in the military-industrial complex, then Democrat Obama seeks to develop high technologies. “Google”, “Microsoft”, “Apple”, “Facebook” and others - they all owe something to B.H. Obama. Although B.H. Obama himself owes them something.

In recent weeks, the world has been reeling from Edward Snowden’s revelations about the very same overhearing of this very world by the US National Security Agency (abbreviated NSA). Brazil, Germany, Spain - everywhere Obama spells in the right and not quite the right diplomatic language. Dilma Rousseff is unhappy that American intelligence services listened to her phone and read e-mails, and Angela Merkel, who was also spied on, believes that Washington was not friendly with her. And in general, in the media they write that a third of the world is tapped and viewed by the NSA. Why not the whole world? This is only because not the whole world is still provided with cellular communication and the Internet.

But why NSA the whole world? Did the terrorists multiply at mouse speed?

Not. Moreover, other international terrorists, starting with Al-Qaeda, are the illegitimate children of American special services. In addition, bearded radicals are raised and lured by such long-time American Wahhabi satellites as, for example, Saudi Arabia.

And what, the NSA manages to “digest” all that amount of data that cellular operators, providers and owners of social networks throw off to it?

Also no. They don’t have time, just as they didn’t have time in the Stasi to listen to thousands of kilometers of recorded magnetic tapes. Aenbashniki themselves admit that this method of collecting information (arrays) is ineffective.

In the media they write that in Spain 60 of millions of network users was tracked. What, all these millions - a potential threat to the United States?

Again, no. Madrid did not announce plans for general mobilization or a crusade against Washington.

Barack Obama, of course, justifies himself in the political arena. Excuses, however, look very contrived. The president, they said, did not know, but he discovered that an “internal audit” was conducted and all that jazz.

RIA News" With reference to the Wall Street Journal, it was reported that the NSA had stopped listening to telephone conversations of the German Chancellor and other world leaders after an internal audit of the White House.

An unnamed US government source said that the NSA followed 35 heads of state for more than five years until the Obama administration discovered it. Now most of the surveillance programs have been discontinued, orders have been issued to close others.

An anonymous source told the Wall Street Journal that the US intelligence services are simultaneously conducting such a number of intelligence operations that it is impossible to report to the US President about each. Intelligence agencies are guided by Obama-approved "priorities" of intelligence activities. Decisions on objects by intelligence are taken independently.

What are you saying ... Isn't it funny in the 21st century to talk about the ignorance of the intelligence foundations of the US president? And this is especially funny when it immediately turns out that this supposedly unknowing person himself approved “priorities”. Is, for example, surveillance of Merkel or the president of Brazil, or the wiretapping of Iran, China - are not “priorities”? Thank God that the Obama administration has finally discovered the existence of the NSA ...

So for what is this mass surveillance carried out - on a planetary scale, which has already captured more than two billion people?

The whole thing, as in the case of McCain, in the sources of election funding. Who pays, that and orders music.

October 24 Finmarket An article has been published about IT giants who help the White House in exchange for helping the White House to them. The material contains data from the Roosevelt Institute, namely, a statistical analysis of the financing of the presidential campaign 2012 of the year, made using the latest information from the Federal Election Commission and the Internal Revenue Service.

It turned out that if big business as a whole is suspicious of President Obama, then its separate modern segment (telecommunications, high technologies, computers and software), on the contrary, is ready for Obama to cherish and nurture. (Already, by the way, weird rumors about Obama’s upcoming third presidential term have gone. Read the Military Review.)

The researchers calculated the percentage of companies that spoke for each candidate in the 2012 election of the year, and determined the percentage of money allocated by firms to support candidates.

The breakdown of support by industry showed amazing results. Obama’s support in the sectors listed above was much higher than support among American businesses in general. Candidate Mitt Romney was supported by companies from these sectors much less often.

Well, and practical results: many Obama supporters were waiting for a change in the course of national security policy, but the opposite happened: the secret citizen monitoring programs were expanded.

Summary: the political system is dominated by those companies that wish to sell information to the government that wants to buy them.

Wants? Rather, we add from ourselves, sell to the government, which has to buy this information - regardless of whether it can process and use it. Political marketing is something special and completely dispenses with market demand: here, future heads of state make offers that they cannot refuse. An analogy caught? .. Well, here. IT companies are the mafia of the 21st century. Octopus.

There is one more thing to add. In the age of cellular communication, blogs, social networks and e-mail, large corporations appeared, possessing a huge resource - information. At some point, the temptation to sell it becomes very high. In addition to information, companies also have suitable technologies for tracking and transmitting data - the development of which, by the way, is paid for by the federal budget, since the data goes to the NSA, the CIA and other intelligence agencies.

Elections, inauguration, Obama on the throne, the deal took place. Through the words of Jay Carney (White House spokesman), the president quietly issues another statement about total surveillance and wiretapping: they say the US authorities do not rule out restricting intelligence gathering. Meanwhile, NSA Director Keith Alexander blames Snowden before Congress, declaring the actions of the whistleblower unconstitutional and threatening to ruin US national security.

That's how it turned! Facebook and Microsoft are now responsible for national security. That way America will go far. The common people there will not notice how the presidential candidate will be not Hillary Clinton, but Mark Zuckerberg.

As for McCain, this hapless senator, rushing into Syria (rumored to Iran, to help Israel), is just a fragment of the past. While he is deciding the fate of Syria in Congress, playing poker on an iPhone, the NSA calls the journalists in the hall so that they do not miss the moment and take a photo of the gambler - for stories...
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  1. Igor39
    Igor39 31 October 2013 08: 15
    +2
    Who owns the information, owns the situation.
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 31 October 2013 08: 36
      +1
      Yes, with Syria, it is the US military (lumps at the Pentagon), such as our General Staff against the war there.
      The Jewish lobby, the campaign is kept there away from the war - closer to the impact on society (the media), to politicians, and to money. And high technology is a promising market, the locomotive of the economy, and Obama made such commitments in medicine ...
      And that does not give him this course to keep.
      And Obama is good for us.
    2. Joker
      Joker 31 October 2013 20: 10
      +1
      I personally like Obama, whatever one may say, but he rests with might and main and does not want to unleash another war, but he is being squeezed on the sly from all sides.
  2. Same lech
    Same lech 31 October 2013 08: 24
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    By registering in some kind of program or browser, we automatically give interested people the information they need, and registration is done in such a way that it is not possible to refuse registration.
    The fact that then information flows to the servers of various special services or advertising companies is a no brainer GUGL in this regard is no exception.
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 2 November 2013 00: 48
      +1
      Quote: The same Lech
      By registering in some kind of program or browser, we automatically give interested people the information they need, and registration is done in such a way that it is not possible to refuse registration.
      The fact that then information flows to the servers of various special services or advertising companies is a no brainer GUGL in this regard is no exception.


      Around conspiracies ... A nightmare.
      Do you clearly imagine how search engines work?
      Well, or rather it will even be so - do you have a good idea what you can find when you receive all the traffic in the world?
      I'll give you a hint - the 2nd Shannon theorem is called.
      So its analysis leads to a simple conclusion (and, in general, an obvious conclusion) you can find only what you are looking for.
      In short - you can highlight hairstyles, requests, correspondence, conversations only of the one you know. In short, this is not surveillance of everyone, but only of someone specific. And its results must be interpreted by a person. In short - you can follow a specific person, you can not follow everyone - it will not work.

      And by the way, everyone discussing Snowden's vestments is hypocritically outraged by the NSA.
      And about our SORM - and this is a collection of 100% of ALL traffic, TOTAL !!! Nobody remembers. In my opinion, the citizens of the country who have not said a word against SORM have no moral right to discuss the "immorality" of the NSA (I am writing this about myself).

      By the way, and with SORM, you can get all the traffic, the question is what you can do with it.

      Now of course there are some innovations - the achievements of mathematics of the 80s (like Google - the result of the idea of ​​the 70s). Big Data are called, but ... Shannon's theorem will not be canceled - one of the fundamental in computer science.
  3. aszzz888
    aszzz888 31 October 2013 09: 03
    +1
    The US military industrialists are unhappy with Barack Obama - Syria, you know, did not otdemokratizirovat "Tomahawks", and the Iranian underground objects are not bombed expensive anti-bunker bombs - but they have to blame themselves. It was necessary to make a financial bet not on the Republicans, but on the Democrats.

    Not sweet Obamushka, spread rot poor fellow on all sides.
  4. makarov
    makarov 31 October 2013 09: 08
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    I have no doubt that the US government is a shareholder of GOGL and other similar resources, and maybe even the initiators of their creation.
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 2 November 2013 00: 59
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      Quote: makarov
      I have no doubt that the US government is a shareholder of GOGL and other similar resources, and maybe even the initiators of their creation.


      1. What for?
      2. The main shareholders of Google seem to be known (would bother to go into Google's reporting - all the main shareholders are listed there)
      3. Google was actually created "in the garage". Nobody knew that he could create a market for himself and grow hundreds of thousands of times. By the way, there were, after all, search engines before him - just Brin and his comrades figured out how to make money on this
      4. Google search algorithms and the algorithms necessary for government structures, it seems, are fundamentally different
  5. Grbear
    Grbear 31 October 2013 09: 17
    -1
    In this tangle, the devil will break his leg. Spying on everything around the world is an open secret, and you look offended. Germany is spinning an IT program to create servers for the EU and will work. What's the point? All the same, there will be an exchange with US servers and their software. So this one is in full swing - politics is at the service of business and vice versa.
    Chatterbox is the breadwinner of the Internet.
  6. Neighbor
    Neighbor 31 October 2013 09: 44
    +1
    Yeah, you used to go, without authorization yet, on any resource and with you by name as a middle name - hello dear, here you have so many points for coming to us. What is the point of logging in?
  7. Migari
    Migari 31 October 2013 09: 51
    +2
    Quote: Igor39
    Who owns the information, owns the situation.

    Because the ears of the NSA hung around the world.
  8. winkiller
    winkiller 31 October 2013 10: 09
    +2
    And nefig on facebook and g + sit. sit in classmates let our info collect :)
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 2 November 2013 01: 03
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      Quote: winkiller
      And nefig on facebook and g + sit. sit in classmates let our info collect :)


      Hmm ... you apparently do not fully understand what Google is, how it works. A simple question - can you find a page in classmates on Google search? Because Can you, what's the difference where to sit? You just need to not disclose your personal information anywhere.
  9. sys-1985
    sys-1985 31 October 2013 10: 52
    +1
    Quote: winkiller
    And nefig on facebook and g + sit. sit in classmates let our info collect :)

    Now, in connection with anti-piracy law, I’m afraid that ours will start moving to register servers over the hill, so it will be more difficult to call them to account.
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 2 November 2013 01: 04
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      Quote: sys-1985
      Quote: winkiller
      And nefig on facebook and g + sit. sit in classmates let our info collect :)

      Now, in connection with anti-piracy law, I’m afraid that ours will start moving to register servers over the hill, so it will be more difficult to call them to account.


      It is also possible to vang an important mass development of services such as Tor, other anonymizers.
  10. twister
    twister 31 October 2013 11: 18
    0
    And why the US buys coffins, the American Ministry of Emergency Situations buys 140 million rations and bags for corpses ???
    1. alone
      alone 31 October 2013 22: 39
      +1
      and now what follows from this? throw corpses on the side of the road chtoli?
  11. Romanychby
    Romanychby 31 October 2013 11: 37
    +1
    A talker-find for a spy:) It's time to revive the pigeon mail.
  12. Arkan
    Arkan 31 October 2013 19: 39
    -1
    The network is a podium on which those hanging in the network engage in exhibitionism and other "isms". And few people think about who weaved and hung this Network. When a spider or spiders are pointed out, indignation is heard.
  13. Kostya pedestrian
    Kostya pedestrian 1 November 2013 02: 24
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    This is happiness! Nasa will triumph! And some, who a couple of dozen years ago claimed that the earth was flat, which did not stop them from teaching our children — a paradox, and getting donations from their budget to their schools by cutting subsidies for general education. So, these few, again put on Jupiter. And we, thanks to Science, know what the atmosphere and core of this filthy Jupiter represents.

    Although we have documentaries too. Movies from the Second World War, clouds of conflagration, burning tankers, etc. In short, all those who miss Jupiter put Mercedes-Benz 111 SD and a henkel with them in a minibus.

    By the way, if anyone knows, why did Deutsche decide that part of Melbourne, the city of Australia, is the territory of the Republic of Afghanistan? I wonder why Australian citizens still do not know about this?

    Our PTN * stands at the very gulf,
    They rumble evenly and quietly of a diesel engine,
    And until dawn through the waves leisurely
    Spotlights disturbing rays glide.

    Chorus.

    Our hands have long been accustomed to machines
    For a long time we know how to shoot without a miss,
    And at home, peaceful girls are waiting for us,
    And gentle letters are sent to us by father and mother.

    By the way, it would be interesting for the FBI to ask my robot-givers, but what did they do on April 15, 2013. It may happen that even the Afghans will give me a medal for bringing the Afghan troops to Germany for a showdown, who set them up for a missile attack in 2001. (I think MOX Andergroun + PiS2 + Battle for the Atlantic BBC + Soviet music will hack any Enigma-2)