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How To Communicate If The Government Obliterates The Internet

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Your government is displeased with the communication going on in your location and pulls the plug on your internet access, most likely by telling the major ISPs to turn off service.

This is what happened in Egypt Jan. 25, 2012 prompted by citizen protests, with sources estimating that the Egyptian government cut off approximately 88 percent of the country’s internet access. What do you do without internet? Step 1: Stop crying in the corner. Then start taking steps to reconnect with your network. Here’s a list of things you can do to keep the communication flowing.

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The gov has been trying to

The gov has been trying to attain an "Internet kill switch" for the President for the past few years. They say it's to protect critical government networks & such, but they could easily have an internet kill switch just for that. No reason they should be wanting to cut off our personal communications in order to protect critical networks... unless cutting off our personal communications is the whole point, which I believe is a very real possibility. They want to have the kill switch in place just in case the gov ever considers it necessary to cut us all off from being able to contact each other.

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In the old days

we used carrier ( Homing ) pigeons. In this day and time of electronic gadgetry I bet everyone forgot about homing pigeons? Only thing, if people are hungry they may "intercept" your bird with #7-1/2 or #8 lead shot...from any gauge shotgun.

Do not assume establishment party officials who say all the right things about conservative principles will do anything differently. This is the battle. Individual liberty demands personal responsibility. - Debra Medina

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Interesting article

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