Sunday, January 15, 2012


Internet Takeover Bill
United States Justice Foundation
932 "D" Street, Suite 2
Ramona, California 92065
760-788-6624   USJF.NET


Dear Kenneth,

The final U. S. Senate vote on the internet takeover bill is set for January 24th.  As of right now, that bill, which gives U. S. Attorney General Eric Holder the power of an "Internet Czar,” WILL PASS.
Please send faxes to every Member of the U.S. Senate, and demand that they filibuster S. 968, the Senate version of the internet takeover bill.
Unfortunately, the American people are not paying attention to this catastrophe that is unfolding in the U. S. Senate.  We only have a few days to stop this unconstitutional power grab.  We must bombard the Senate with faxes, RIGHT NOW!
This bill will give corrupt U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder the power to blacklist or shut down any website or forum that is merely accused of being linked to "online piracy”.
He will even have the authority to "sanitize” the results of internet searches on Google or Yahoo, so that only government-approved websites and information can be found online.
If this bill passes, Barack Hussein Obama will have to the ability to ban the campaign websites of his opponents, shut down the online activities of anti-Obama groups like USJF, and harass tea party forums and any other website that don't support him.
Please fax the U. S. Senate now.  This bill WILL PASS unless the American people overwhelm the Senate with faxes!

And, while you are at it, please forward this email to everyone in your lists.
The FINAL U. S. Senate vote is scheduled for January 24th.  We don't have much time!
If this bill passes, the Obama Administration won't need a court order.  There will be no hearings or trials.
Barack Hussein Obama, Jr., will seize incredible control over the internet, and we will be nearly powerless to stop him.
Although supporters of the bill say that it is designed to prevent online piracy, this is an internet takeover bill, pure and simple.
Just one "complaint” from a liberal activist, or a government agent, that you are indirectly violating an obscure copyright rule, and your website could be fined huge sums, and it could be blacklisted from the internet.
Just imagine if Google was prohibited from displaying websites that were critical of Barack Obama, that discussed the controversy over where he was born, or that mentioned the damage that his policies are doing to the economy.
Well, that is exactly what will ultimately happen if S.968 passes, and it is signed into law.
Many of this bill's provisions are modeled on Communist China's censorship law, called the "Great Firewall of China.”
Even the socialists in the European Parliament oppose this new American law.
That is how extreme S.968 is!
S.968 already has 40 co-sponsors in the U.S. Senate.   Eleven more votes and it passes!
Please fax every U. S. Senator NOW.
Extreme liberals like Chuck Schumer and Al Franken have teamed up with Republicans like John McCain and Lindsey Graham to ram this bill into law.
They are being helped by millions of dollars in campaign contributions from  left-wing mainstream media companies.
They want the government to shut down all the blogs and political forums, and all of the independent news sites, so that they, once again, will have a monopoly on the news that you and I are allowed to see.
This threat against free speech is so grave and so imminent that websites like Google and Yahoo are seriously considering staging a last-ditch online protest to try to stop Mr. Obama and his Congressional allies!
Please, fax every Member of the U. S. Senate NOW, and please forward this email to all of your friends, urging them to do the same.

This bill WILL PASS unless you take action TODAY.
And, while you are at it, please add to the effectiveness of your faxes by personally calling your U.S. Senators' offices at 202-224-3121.  Tell him, or her, to STOP S. 968, the internet takeover bill.
The final vote is January 24th.  We only have days remaining to save free speech on the internet!

Gary G. Kreep, Esq.
Executive Director
United States Justice Foundation

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