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Globalists Targeting iceland’s Volcanoes–Net Encryption Companies At Risk (video and pictures)

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 19:18
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by Monica Davis

One of the most active volcanoes in Iceland is close to erupting, and it may not be a natural event. Iceland has royally ticked off the globalists, first with cforcing their entire government to resign during the rating its own non-central bank banking system, then with giving encrypted email startups, such as Unsene, safe haven. 

Iceland’s prople have been pixxing off the globalists since 2008. That year, they fired their corrupt government, began rewriting thier constitution and angered a lot of central bankers. But, as usual, main stream media acts as if nothing has changed in I eland. Thdy don’t report on it at all, eacing the information gap tio be filled by social media, blogger and nontraditional news organizations.

Many say there is a monster conspiracy afoot. Conspiracy in the financial industry? Surely youy jest!

First there was the 2007 banking industry/mortgage scandal where the Icelandic people brought down their crooked government. Then there was the safe haven for IT companies who were developing an encrypted email system when  reportedly even the feds couldn’t crack. 

Unsene, developed by Beforeitsnews owner Chris Kitze and a crw of programmers has relocated its sercers to Iceland, for security purposes. 

The full security features only work with Google Chrome. Beforeitsnews explains, “The text messaging and chat work with all browsers, but the audio and video calling and the encrypted file sharing require WebRTC, a new technology that is only available on Chrome. Support for Safari, IE and Firefox is expected soon. The Chrome browser is available for free download from Google.”

This program claims military-style encryption. “The service offers a basic level of encryption (AES256) and advanced encryption (xAES up to 4096 bits) and we’ve got some additional tricks up our sleeve for extremely secure encryption MOREHERE

In 2010, Iceland announced that it intended to be a haven for journalists, publkshers and fredom of speech activists.  That,  in combination with their angering the globalists and financial engineers, may well have fueled a  weather war attack. 

On Tuesday, the Icelandic parliament is expected to introduce a measure aimed at making the country an international center for investigative journalism publishing, by passing the strongest combination of source protection, freedom of speech, and libel-tourism prevention laws in the world.

Supporters of the proposal say the move would make Iceland an “offshore publishing center” for free speech, analogous to the offshore financial havens that allow corporations to hide capital from authorities. Could global news organizations with a home office in Reykjavík soon be as common as Delaware corporations or Cayman Islands assetsMOREHERE 

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