Government again moves to ban private encryption


After the San Bernardino attacks last month, many voices suspected the episode was another false flag operation by undercover government agents. Evidence pointed to the fact, for example, that the very government buildings “attacked” (reportedly by Islamic militants) had been the focus of numerous government “drills” in the weeks prior.

Now, the FBI seems to be claiming that the alleged San Bernardino perpetrators “encrypted” (meaning password-coded) their cell phones–stopping the heroic FBI from tracking down the “AlQueda,” . . . er, “Isis” attackers’ masterminds behind the attacks.

See here.

This means, obviously, that the FBI is making YET ANOTHER major push for laws banning private-sector encryption and allowing the all-seeing eye of the state to have total access to all private-sector information.