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Why the Internet Can NOT Be Shut Down by Gates or the Feds

Why the Internet Can NOT Be Shut Down by Gates or the Feds

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 I wrote this on Facebook as a reply to a friend’s post, but when I tried to post it, it was disallowed due to“previosuly reported potential spammy or offensive material”! So I will write it here, post it to Scribd, andpost the LINK instead.Just note that if you are blocked in one way – you can ALWAYS find another. We who are telling andsharing the truth WILL NOT BE SILENCED.It’s worth being a bit paranoid, and learning a few computer skills, because it was just revealed that Googlewas set up by the Feds as an information gathering mechanism in the first place, and I’ll bet my bottomdollar Facebook is exactly the same. But who cares? Think of the MILLIONS of Lightworkers who havebeen ABLE to share and connect via these technologies – and where has all this ‘spying’ gotten the Fedsanyway, except our derision, a stronger will to not be silenced, and a huge admin headache for the Feds?Oh – and I am fully aware that the following is limited in content and possibly erroneous at times – but I donot seek the well-meaning re-education that may be offered by various computer experts – it is simply myversion of what I know, flaws and all – just so that the average computer user without much IT backgroundunderstand what this mysterious thing called the ‘Internet’ REALLY is, and why Gates and the Feds (ormoron-opolists) CANNOT simply “shut it down”, whatever they might say to try and evoke the usual fearand suppression.When are these reptiles going to another 3D world anyway? Get lost so we can get on with a utopian 5Dbody/mind/spirit/world… Anyway… Don’t fall for their usual crap! Stay happy, loving, aware and alert!Here is the original item I posted to… With love…New Bill Gives Obama ‘Kill Switch’ To Shut Down The Internet « Dprogram.net 
Those morons... The internet is NOT under any one person's control - not the backbone of it. Nobody can shut itdown.It has NOTHING to do with Gates or any other one agency.Microsoft wrote Windows, sure, and it also made sure that its systems had breakable encryption, as secretlymandated by the NSA. Lotus, for just one example, have their own encryption algorithms, which are NOT builtwith backdoor breakability.Most importantly – most websites – MOST – run Linux as their Operating System. Linux is a totally custimsedOperting System – always built, configured and maintained by wonderful wonks who take pride in their computingabilities, and generally detest Gates and their ilk for exactly their manipulative control attempts, plus the totalinefficiency of their Operating System and software.In fact Gates was given the majority share all along – directly by the FBI – along with IBM – when it endorsedtheir products and installed them in all their offices with the ADVENT of the personal computer – thus in oneswoop shutting down excellent competitors at the time, such as Commodore, Amiga, Unisys – and it was onlythrough tenacity that Apple stayed in the game at all. The Feds WANTED ONE Operating System – Worldwide.Period. This has been brewing all along. They even refused Lotus to ship its products overseas with EQUALencryption available domestically, such was their paranoia.The true story of all of this can be found in an excellent book called ‘Crypto’ – about the makers of the Public KeyEncryption Algorithms – or RSA. Here’s the link:http://www.scribd.com/doc/31103586/Crypto-How-the-Code-Rebels-Beat-the-Government-Saving-Privacy-in-the-Digital-Age Microsoft took over and stole everything from everyone else, naturally, then re-badged it or bought it throughwhatever means. Some things they stole and tried to implement were propietary internet enabling technologies –as basic as they were – such as all IP address allocation and the means of finding these IP addresses.Why is this important? Because every website MUST have an IP address. Also – to access the internet – or ANYNETWORK – YOU MUST also have an IP address, plus a subnet mask, and a default gateway. The default gatewayis the means of you ‘finding’ other nodes – or computers/sites – whether you are on an internal network or when you try to go out externally to the web cloud.
 Your default gateway can be hardware or software.Enter slimy Microsoft again. They wanted the Internation standard of being able to FIND ANY address to beowned by them. In the end, this was not feasible, and it didn’t work. They did, however, include DNS software onevery version of their Operating System, and still do to this day. Again – in their megalomania – this is to ensurethat the Microsoft World – the dream of Gates and the Feds – is able to operate to the exclusion of all otherplayers and technologies. This is why they also run a technology called WINS – Windows Internet Naming Service– even though it is largely redundant. If you’re on Microsoft, it is running in the background right now – along withMicrosoft DNS (Domain Name Service).This became impossible to contain because of the crucial factor – where separate networks needed to talk TOMicrosoft networks, and the other way around. You see, some Countries and even businesses started setting uptheir OWN Operating Systems – Linux and the like – and Gates saw the horror of losing customers, so heacquiesced – (naturally with the same safeguards, back doors, shady deals and whatnot included).The result was a balance. This is what we have today.Now, the internet is actually constructed quite simply, at its most fundamental principle, thus:The Internet Is Just A Series Of Routers.This phenomenon of us all talking together is by means of amazing devices called routers. A router is, at its mostsimple description, a device which allows your computer to know
which route to take to get to its destination 
whether this be a domain or an actualy computer/server. (Remember – a ‘File Server’ is simply a big computer –running the same Operating System, but paying Gates more for the privelege. Typical examples of theseoverpriced computers, called File Servers, might run eMail systems (such as Microsoft Exchange), Anti-Virussoftware, Databases and document storage – or even Websites.Yes – websites are merely web pages on a File Server, living on a domain, connected via a router, running through afirewall – and that’s it!The beautiful part of all of this is that MICROSOFT DO NOT MAKE ROUTERS.Cisco make routers. Now – Cisco are another hidden but rampant monopolising megalith, who have deliberatelykilled off almost every single worldwide competitor by outbidding them in every business, big or small, andphysically crushing the machines they replace. Literally – their policy is to have their technicians physicallywitness the crushing of opposition hardware that they have replaced! Talk about megalomania! (This is theirunofficial policy – because, you see, it disallows any potential onselling of their competitor products, which mightbe bought second hand by a needy school, for example, with a small budget – and it also establishes the Cisco foot-in-the-door at almost every business Globally).A question you may have – can Linux configure their own software routing tables. The answer is yes, absolutely.The only difficulty is that these may or may not be static – ie meaning a netadmin will need to manually configurethe routing tables to allow traffic flow – but it CAN be done.Now I’d like to explain how routers work – just the basics.Your computer needs an IP address for whatever reason – let’s say it’s because you typed a web address into yourbrowser. Usually your computer will firstly see if that address belongs to a network accessible via its DNSrecords. Failing that it will ask its WINS record. Failing that it will ask its default gateway. On an MS network, adefault gateway is usually a computer running MS DNS software – which rips off Cisco routing tables to keeprebuilding itself on the fly – but lets say you fail all those steps… Your default gateway has several listings,because if the first one fails you have a backup 1 and 2. (So does the DNS Server, which is part of the chain inthis example). Whatever machine does it – a broadcast will be sent to the NEXT default gateway, asking “doesanyone know how to get to this domain / network / machine”. (A simplification, but this is the principle).We are now in router land, and away from the source computer and network – out in the ether called the Internet.As I said – this is simply a series of routers.To be fair, Cisco equipment is stunningly brilliant, and of the very ighest quality. It needs to be. Some of theserouters are running red hot with millions of requests a SECOND, non stop, day after day, year around – and never
 make a mistake! Think of it – when you download anything it comes in a series of packets – these need to be sentseperately and tracked intelligently – which these routers do as well, Plus so much more. But I digress. They arelike jewellery inside – but the REAL thing you pay for is their SOFTWARE. It is simply brilliant!If one router can’t find an address on its own routing tables, it goes into action – broadcasting to various otherrouters it is connected to – firstly to refer to their own routing tables – and if they do not have the adress, thento relay the same request on the originating router’s behalf. Eventually one router, somewhere, has thatinformation, and replies in the affirmative. At this point, it responds to the requesting router, which updtaes itsown routing table – forward and back – and then passes this back down, and so on. Eventually your computer isconnected to your web page. This all happens in maybe one or two seconds, as you see it, during which time yourevery packet of data has flowed through all these devices. Oh – and the routers are so clever that in their sparenanoseconds they continuously learn BETTER routes from nearby routers, and keep updating eachother endlessly.
So – you can see that Gates cannot stop your computer accessing the Internet. Nor finding destinations.
Now let’s find out why
Gates has NO CHANCE of blocking access to 90% of websites around the World
– (the10% at risk being those foolish enough to run their websites on Microsoft – and even then Gates won’t riskshutting them down or interfering, because they all use eCommerce, and must communicate with other companies,so the disruption to business would NOT be tolerated – Gates hates lawsuits – but he hates losing business evenmore. Don’t forget that US law only applies THERE – and if the US won’t allow the hosting of a website forwhatever reason, that business will quickly move its website to Switzerland or any other country).The reason is that
ISPs worth their salt run Linux customised Operating Systems - ie nothing to DO withGates. Period.
Most websites have at least one dedicated webmaster, who is usually a smart cookie and will wantto keep careful tabs on the efficiency and security of their site, so will be adept at Linux. The reason – one isefficiency of performance. You see, Linux is custom-built – meaning that it only needs to have drivers (softwarewhich runs hardware like motherboards, video cards etc) for the components it has – unlike Windows, whichincludes drivers for every device ever built under the sun (again because Gates got cash to do so)! Thus Linux isarguable hundreds (or thousands) of times more reliable, efficient and effective. Some Linux boxes have not beenrebooted for ten years, and still run perfectly! Try going a day without rebooting Microsoft!The next reason is security. In Year 7 computing, kids are hacking Windows for a gag. This leads to the “ooh-so-scary” game of hackers hacking Microsoft, Microsoft crying to the Feds who cry to the bought Judges to imposepenalties for daring to play hacking games with these moronoliths – instead of the moronoliths having the skill orquality of product to disallow this in the first place… Then Microsoft must put their teams of “experts” – whoincidentally do not work with eachother and have NO unity (eg every button in any application has a separate teamresponsible, who do not talk to the configurer of the next button at their own level) – to “roll out a security patchto fix this revealed flaw” – at a maintenance cost of course! Also, when one patch rolls out to fix something italmost ALWAYS breaks something else which was working fine beforehand, resulting in more support hours billedto Microsoft.To stay well away from this total bullshit life, webadmins simply use FREE self-configured Linux. Now you knowwhy Gates HATES Linux. (Esepcially because it is FREE! Plus he has NO CONTROL)! Oh – and when Gates has notcontrol, it is of course the same as saying that the Feds have no control. Too bad for them hay?
So to reiterate, most websites are not run on Microsoft software.
Now, let’s see how you can access any website (assuming its not running on Microsoft) even IF some critical DNSservers went down. (Let me quantify something: There are SEVEN MASTER DNS SERVERS around the World.They are meant to update eachother and so on – but as I have shown, you could turn them ALL OFF and theROUTERS ALONE WILL KEEP THE INTERNET RUNNING FOREVER)!But, just as conversation, and to explain how your browser “finds” websites, you must understand that yourbrowser uses meaningful *names* for websites for your ocnvenience, as a human. However they computer itselfdoesn’t care – it in fact NEEDS a number – an IP address and subnet mask – to find that website. This, thereneeds to be something running which converts the NAME you type in a browser into the NUMBER (IP Address) thecomputer needs. I mentioned already that this software is called DNS in Microsoft, but that your Linux admin will

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