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America Online's Web Of Deceit (Part 5)

jtfarchive.org exposes the greed, deceit and left-wing political tyranny of America Online (AOL), the world's largest Internet "service provider."

AOL bought Time Warner partly to possess itself of Time Warner's cable television infrastructure, which is vital to AOL's entrance into the broadband Internet market. (At present, AOL customers rely for the most part on their outdated telephone modems, although DSL service is available in some areas and AOL has its rapacious eye on whatever technological wonders await future development.) The company is obviously anxious to avoid the bad publicity which followed the "unlimited Internet access" debacle of a few years back, when Chairman Case knowingly promised far more than he could deliver by signing millions of new dupes onto a system already burdened to (and often beyond) the breaking point. All of you who bought Road Runner cable Internet service, to escape America Offline's maddening slowness and frequent losses of carrier connection, will be happy to know that Case has steered you safely back into the AOL sheepfold.

The Time Warner takeover will also give AOL access to the media Goliath's content, namely its news services, movies and television programming. (As noted last week, Time Warner's content includes the Communist News Network (CNN), Nazi Time magazine and the schvartze-loving WB television broadcast network.) Chairman Case has admitted that his goal is "ubiquity," the creation of an inconceivably pervasive multinational corporate media monster led by the Case-Levin-Turner-Pittman gang of four and controlling not only the production of "news" but its dissemination as well. The prospect is truly Orwellian, of an agency both public and private in its insidious reach, which will write what you read; deliver it where you read it; and, through the evil magic of cookies and Java programming script, spy on your reaction via Big Browser, the secret code downloaded on a regular basis into your unprotected personal computer.

According to one Reuters report, Chairman Case has also offered an understanding with his One World soul brothers Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg, the Hollyweird DreamWorks kikes who gave us such America-hating, G-d-bashing, white-trashing monstrosities as The Prince of Egypt (the kike name for Moses), Gladiator, American Beauty -- starring the faggot Kevin Spacey as a typical American family man -- and Saving Private Ryan, whose phony flag-waving cloaked a deliberate attempt to denigrate the American commanders who made D-Day successful. (Spielberg's recent resignation from the Boy Scouts to protest their "prejudice" against queer troop leaders -- perhaps his partner Katzenberg wants to enlist -- makes one wonder if AOL will, at long last, change its name to "GayOL.")

AOL-Time Warner will be both a laboratory of innovation and a leader in social responsibility.... We believe that we will be the premier global company.... Most important of all, we will be more committed than ever to using our combined resources to build a medium that we can all be proud of - and that leaves no one behind.... Our brands, services and technologies already touch hundreds of millions of people and by closely integrating our assets, we will embed the AOL-Time Warner experience more deeply into everyday life.... -- Steven Case

Whoever controls the wires, controls the content. Chairman Case's triumph is another nail in the coffin of whatever journalistic diversity survives in the modern world. Swiftly and surely, multinational corporate gatekeepers whose least motivation is idealism -- despite the flowery rhetoric of their "community updates" -- will control the flow of information to suit their market strategies and long-term political goal, the death of liberty and entrepreneurial spirit in a muck of Third World tyranny, graft, mediocrity and barbarity. (Coming soon to an AOL screen near you, a Nazi Time magazine counter ticking off the number of Africans dying of that other product of "global togetherness," the AIDS virus.)

In the wake of the Time Warner takeover, AOL is in a full court press to infect every personal computer in America with its vile propaganda. With the power of a vast media empire behind him, Chairman Case no longer needs to rely on carpet-bombing the nation with nearly 300 million AOL installation diskettes slipped into mailboxes, beside airline meals, on stadium seats at football games and inside dry-ice chilled packages of air-shipped Omaha steaks. AOL's power has been immensely increased by its symbiotic parasitism with Time Warner on the media giant's audience, whom the twisted laboratory experiment known as the AOL Frankenstein is determined to add to the tally of its own victims.

Like all elitists "visionaries" who trample on their benefactors (and anybody else who gets in their way), Chairman Case has only contempt for those with less power than himself. It was he who dubbed his fledgling company America Online, a name which his youthful colleagues scorned as "too hokey, too red-white-and-blue." It was he who, when asked a technical question about the Internet at a press conference, responded derisively: "Tell your readers that it's magic."


Trust me.

Although more discreet about his politics than his aforementioned partners in crime against humanity, Chairman Case is no less committed to their sick agenda of a New World Order "utopia." The gigantic endowments of his eponymous "charity" bring computers to the ghetto and AIDS relief to Africa. A true wolf in sheep's clothing, he does not blush to hide behind Mom and apple pie in his sinister campaign to conquer the civilized world -- what "politically correct" left-wingers call the "industrialized" world, or the "developed" world, as if development and civilization do not proceed hand in hand with the First World comforts which derive from them and which none of us (least of all, billionaire con artists like Case and his cronies, who want to hog them for themselves) would willingly do without.

To be concluded.


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