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Seconds Before The Devastating Blow, Entire North American Internet Goes Offline


When this country was founded, each of the Founding Fathers wanted to give their citizens a certain amount of freedoms. These freedoms are listed in the Constitution. They include Freedom of Speech, religion, press, assembly, petition, and so on, but the bottom line was that they couldn’t be taken away.

However, during President Obama’s two terms, Americans have seen a lot of their rights and freedoms threatened. The freedom to own a weapon has been challenged by the Democrats numerous times! Arguably the most important freedom is freedom of speech.

We have the ability to say what we what, when we want, where we want, and how we want, barring a few understandable exceptions. This includes speech on the Internet. However thanks to President Obama’s handover of the Internet to the United Nations and ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), those freedoms are being challenged.

ICANN is an Internet database that was once controlled by the United States government. However President Obama handed it over to the United Nations three days ago. What that means is that the United Nations, and not the United States government, is now determining your freedom of speech.

How could this happen? Well, this is all part of President Obama’s globalist agenda. He wants to see the entire world ruled by one person. They may say that it is for the good of the world, but in reality it seems like a dictatorship. And we have seen what happens to dictatorships.

All of their freedoms are taken away. They can’t speak what they want, they are told when to do something and if they don’t do what was asked then they are at risk for being thrown in jail. Again, when the founding fathers created this country, they wanted to make sure that everyone


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