Kerry admits they really want to control us, though he uses the ambiguous “govern”. What is governance if not control, at least in the mind of the Elite, such as Kerry? And he praised Kissinger? Give me a break! – Shorty Dawkins, Associate Editor
This post comes from Intellihub.com
by JG Vibes
In Brazil this week Secretary of State John Kerry paid respect to Henry Kissinger and made statements about how difficult the internet has made it for the ruling class to “govern” people.
Speaking to State Department personnel at the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil this past Tuesday, John Kerry made some very revealing comments. Not only did he pay homage to Henry Kissinger, but he also took the opportunity to demonize the internet and complain about how difficult it has become to control people following the cold war.
In other words, the slaves were easier to keep in line before they had all this information.
“I’m a student of history, and I love to go back and read a particularly great book like [Henry] Kissinger’s book about diplomacy where you think about the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and the balance of power and how difficult it was for countries to advance their interests and years and years of wars,” Kerry said to a gathering of State Department employees and their families.
“And we sometimes say to ourselves, boy, aren’t we lucky,” Kerry continued.
“Well, folks,” he said, “ever since the end of the Cold War, forces have been unleashed that were tamped down for centuries by dictators, and that was complicated further by this little thing called the internet and the ability of people everywhere to communicate instantaneously and to have more information coming at them in one day than most people can process in months or a year.
“It makes it much harder to govern, makes it much harder to organize people, much harder to find the common interest,” said Kerry.
As we reported in the past Jay Rockefeller has been among the biggest detractors of the internet, and earlier this year he even suggested that the FCC should regulate the internet. This regulation would come under the guise of “anti bullying” legislation, just as the recently proposed internet regulations in the UK are being pushed through under the guise of a pornography ban.
A few years back Jay Rockefeller even suggested that the internet should have never been invented:
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