Posted about 9:30am CT 10:30am ET Saturday 7 September 2013 by Jim Harwood, Norman Oklahoma
My home desktop personal computer has been destroyed in an attack. It happened yestrerday evening Friday September 6.
I’m now using a public library computer to let readers know. I should be able to check email and check back here at least once each month, maybe once every week. It is not financially possible for me to buy another computer this year 2013.
This has to do with CNN reporting USS San Antonio with US Marines arriving off shore of Syria on TV via Breaking News displayed at bottom of screen, a week ago Friday evening, exactly one week before my computer was destroyed. Many people, including me, tried to comment about that as going against what Obama promised about no boots on ground and not sending troops to area. We posted comments under an article at CNN website where Obama was quoted. Our comments were deleted. I was then banned from making anymore comments at CNN website on any subject. [Same at a few other news media websites.] CNN website moderator then informed Department of Homeland Security identity and IP of all perrsons who made those comments. We were then flagged by DHS as suspected terrorists.
It is true the NSA can bypass passwords and all security, including antivirus and firewalls, now including Zone Alarm that is now cooperating with NSA, DHS, and US Military. I could not update antivirus protection provided with free version of Zone Alarm. So I tried to reinstall it. During the process, I had to do a restart. I got a popup notice asking me if I’m sure I want to do that, because 2 other users are presently accessing my computer! I was able to trace them to 2 locations. Both using computers with “Rippers 0″ belonging to US Military. One at an office near Mission Beach, San Diego, associated with US Navy Signals or whatever it is. The other military computer is located at an office in the Goldman Sachs building in New York City. Having realized I caught them, one of them then delivered a virus, which destroyed Windows on my computer, and all evidence I could have used against them. They have not yet been able to stop my use of WordPress.
So, for now, I’m signing off. I’ll otherwise not be able to be as active on the Internet as I have been. Going back to other activities and interests before I got a computer and started using Internet.
Good luck to all of you [good guys] reading this.
~ Jim Harwood
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