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Published on Feb 28, 2010
This is Cameron from Telecomix.
The Telecomix Crypto Munitions Bureau needs labour. Skilled labour, for the production of internets and cipherspace communication equipments. Seek jobs as Internaut at the Defence Department of the Internets!
The following skills are requested:
Cryptography. News Production. Tunnel diggers. Information gatherers. And bureaucrats for the agency.
You can sign up for work at telecomix.org
Why should you sign up?
The oppressive regimes of the Nations outside the internets and sometimes the corporations that exists can be undermined by the power of crypto munitions.
One by one they will fall down.
The infrastructure of surveillance can be targeted strategically.
For this infrastructure of surveillance to be annihilated, the following regimes and organizations are on or our target list.
Iran. Leaders in Iran have recently said that the opposers of the State are Mohareb, enemies of God. Communicating forbidden knowledge about demonstrations and the green movement has resulted has lead to torture of political dissidents. Because they twittered the wrong words. The largest threat to the Iranian regime is free information.
The Peoples Republic of China. The Chinese government has since the beginning of the internets censored dangerous content and spoonfed its population with state propaganda. The Green Dam Youth Escort Program content control software has been enforced to be installed at all new computers.
France. The leaders of France have decided to believe in the media lobby and decided to impose the HADOPI law. This law can be avoided simply by using cryptography, as it is not possible to enforce laws where there are no identities, nor authorities.
States will fall, undermined by cipherspace
Regimes who oppress the population of the internets will be torn down
Cipherspace will tear apart every legal attempt to control bot and human communication.
After all, the laws of mathematics always prevail.