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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Wonders Never Cease -- Don't They?

Being the geek (I am a network engineer) that most wish to assign to me, I don't know why I did not think of this before. Interesting that since the so-called demise of, no one till now has suggested or pointed me in the direction of my discovery. I'm pretty good at using the internet to find things. Sometimes, my cynicism gets the better of me and leads me into discouragement, and I just don't dig enough. It took another fellow ROEder (a.k.a. superninja) to nudge, or should we say more accurately -- push me to dig further.

Guess what I found with a little more perseverance? Not only did I discover an archive site of a complete archive of the original with the first eight chapters of the book, this via its "waybackmachine," provides a complete history of from its inception on Nov. 16, 2002 to its demise on June 30, 2007. Remember, that on June 13, 2007, is when I first discovered that the parent site to had died recorded in my "Addendum to: In Response to Calls for an Encore." So, the actual demise of the site was somewhere between May 30, 2007 and June 13. According to, May 30 was the last good archive of the site with the entire first eight chapters. That is what I am providing here...

Rulers of Evil: Chapters 1 - 8

This is just an example of how powerful and versatile the Internet is for us. It has strengths apparently I myself have not fully appreciated. Having said that, I believe many others do not fully appreciate this tool that has been given to us. I say that, because this instrument of both "grace and peril" will not last forever as we currently know it. To make this point crystal clear, I want to direct you all to archive April 11, 2003. Servando Gonzalez's "Capturing the Internet," says it all. As a net engineer and analyst for some 10+ years now, I have heard about the concept of "Internet II" since at least 10 of those years (going back to nearly the inception of "The Web") to provide a "faster and more secure internet experience." Work on this has accelerated significantly since 9/11/2001. If you don't believe me that this will come via a severe cyber attack upon the west, then peruse this archive for a while and highlight the keyword "cyber." Then peruse this archive, and look for keyword "hack." The "writing is on the wall," folks.

Since "I-2" will be upon us before many realize it, I have already begun my own personal "archiving" tasks. I fear that some day soon, it will be illegal to even own a hard drive. All information to the general public will be provided via a state controlled "net" that one can never turn off or disconnect. It will be illegal to own books, and practically a "hard copy" of anything. Those who peruse sci-fi books, films, and games will find the common theme of a future devoid of "hard copies." This will be the only way to "control" society. Unfortunately, the masses will practically embrace this, via their "carefully engineered upbringing." Those who do not conform, will be dealt with not too dissimilar to the way futurist authors depict. Anything starting from mere stigmatized institutionalization to outright public execution.

But fear not, dear people. The "Day of the Lord," may well be coming soon. Very soon perhaps? Hold fast to the Faith, and remember to be "wise as serpents," as we also are to be "gentle as doves."

Peace be to you all...


  • At 9:42 AM, January 06, 2008, Anonymous Ted said…

    Hey man, long time no see...
    It's the artist formerly known as Galt-in-Da-Box and Ah haz bean missin' you thumptin awfuw since my system crashed and burned about a month ago.
    I got your email with the videos, but did not have the ethernet wherewithall to play them, and now that I got the ethernet, I lost the email in the crash!
    Got back on track over the Holidays, so drop me an email at the feedback on my blog.
    Later, foos!

  • At 1:39 AM, January 14, 2008, Blogger Vidad said…

    Ah yes, John Taylor Gatto. Excellent insights.

    I'm sure my library will make me a criminal many times over. Add that to the fact I don't have a TV... and I was homeschooled, and I'm toast.

    Thanks for the post.


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