13. Harassment from Feds (12/28/08)
I said oil price started to drop after my article of July 4th. When the planed Iran war went soured in August, the Inside group planed a financial crisis to stabilize the dollar. It started on 9/14, when Leman Brothers went bankruptcy.
Though some people don't believe it's my revelation that caused oil price drop, I felt it strongly. Not only by the swift reaction of the oil price change, but also by the heavy persecution from Feds. 9/14 (Leman Brother's bankruptcy) signals the start of financial tsunami. Next day I was blocked to post in internet. From 9/15 to mid December, in three months, for more than two months I was blocked from internet. In later October, someone intruded my front yard, doing some perpetual work on the phone connection box. I had to call phone company for a repair to revive the function. I failed to post in many web forums. Worst of all, my ISP AOL cancel the homepage service in October where I used to post my journal article "The dark side of US" every five days. They also announced the close of the MSN web sites where I post in more than a dozen groups.
Why do they do such an unusual, weird work? Because my analysis is very correct, Feds are afraid of it.
Re: 573. Big operation to censor my message (10/17/08)
I learned that the MSN web sites are abandoned by microsoft. It proves what I said in last message "other web site which having my aricle will be attacked too". It may also indict that a big operation is coming. The top goal of the Feds is to eliminate my revelation. My message is too true to exist in this information world.
Re: "Confirmed: Microsoft Gives Up On MSN Groups, Hands It Off To Multiply
Wednesday, October 15, 2008; 3:59 PM
We've received confirmation that Microsoft is handing over the reins to its MSN Groups property to the social network Multiply. Microsoft is planning to release a new service called Windows Live Groups in November, and apparently doesn't want to compete with itself. Oddly enough, Microsoft has chosen not to allow groups to transition between the two services, and instead is going to offer a migration tool that will allow users to take groups over to Multiply, which currently bills itself as the world's 8th largest social network.
The Microsoft post also states that users will have until February 21, 2009 to migrate their groups over to Multiply, after which point the site will cease to exist.
This just seems weird - why would Microsoft abandon a sizable (but dwindling) chunk of users to an entirely unrelated social network? It's nice that they aren't leaving their users out in the cold, but why not just cut off new signups to MSN Groups and allow the legacy users to continue on in peace? Microsoft may appear to have made the gesture in good faith, but it's likely that the company is hoping users will scoff at the idea of having to migrate, and just sign up on the new Live service when it launches.
Whatever Microsoft's intentions, Multiply is sure to be happy with the deal, as it has just been handed millions of new users (we're trying to contact Microsoft for the exact number). "http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 03025.html
The purpose of this oddly and weird decision is very clear for me - to censor my long time journal style revelation - "The dark side of US" and other messages. There will be a framed drug case prepared in November. So once Kat Hak Sung is eliminated in the framed case, he couldn't transfer (or in their word: migrate) the file to new site, this is why both AOL and Microsoft will clear the old site - no trace of "the dark side of US" will leave for people. That's a typical style of Feds.
AOL and Microsoft are two big firms. Their decision is unreasonable which will hurt their fame and popularity. The timing is not a coincidence. It will match the coming framed drug case which may come with some other big events as distraction. No one except the Feds can force the two giant firms to make such a weird decision.
Re: Dear AOL Hometown/FTP user,
We’re sorry to inform you that on Oct. 31, 2008, AOL® Hometown and FTP will be shut down permanently. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Though you will be able to modify your Hometown site and access FTP until this date, we urge you to save your AOL Hometown/FTP content immediately, and consider other options for hosting your site. ........
The AOL Hometown Team
(I wrote #533 on 10/17/08. I was blocked to post it for two weeks until today - 11/3/08))