December 19, 2018
Did Mark Zuckerberg Really Create Facebook?
July 2, 2019
by Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution:
- The Facts: A letter alleged to be written by a Facebook insider who was Mark Zuckerberg’s lover from their freshman year at Harvard brings into question the notion that Mark Zuckerberg was the creator of Facebook.
- Reflect On: Can we feel that larger and larger revelations from insiders, challenging our mainstream perception of what is real and true, are starting to awaken us from a controlled illusion put in place by powers that do not have our best interests at heart?
An explosive letter alleged to be written by a Facebook insider who was Mark Zuckerberg’s lover from their freshman year at Harvard was hand-delivered to a member of the Anonymous Patriot’s Conclave a few days ago and published on their American Intelligence Media website (aim4truth.org).
For those with any interest in knowing whether or not Mark Zuckerberg is really the boy-genius founder of Facebook and author of the essential computer source code that anchors today’s social media giants, calling this letter ‘explosive’ may even be an understatement.
In terms of its authenticity, AIM said this as a preamble to the letter:
American Intelligence Media has been able to quickly verify that many of the claims insinuated in this “Zuckerberg Dossier” are true and this leads us to conclude that the document is authentic and exactly what it appears to be. The true authorship of this Zuckerberg Dossier is evident to members of the Conclave, but that supposition is speculation and the Conclave does not deal in speculation. Though, if one were to listen carefully to the admission of guilt by Sean Parker (a long-time executive of Facebook) which he made repeatedly before the press, you will hear that Sean knew all about the true creation of the social media giant and its evil intents and fingers the culprits.
Therefore, it is not hard at all to figure out who may have written this expose on Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook evil. You can even see the true motivation for writing this “tell all” about Zuckerberg at this time in history, just as Facebook is facing all kinds of charges, including anti-trust violations.
From my perspective, I have tried to establish the credibility of this letter in terms of its consistency and its coherence with established facts, as well as with many of the other allegations surrounding this matter. Piecing together many aspects of this story, let’s see if we can arrive at a cohesive whole that appears to be the likeliest of explanations for what is going on now at Facebook and in the social media arena in general.
Our story starts with a project called ‘LifeLog,’ the handiwork of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) which is the research arm of the U.S. Defense Department. In the spring of 2003, DARPA brought LifeLog into the public eye, after having undoubtedly worked on it in secret for a number of years. LifeLog “aimed to gather in a single place just about everything an individual says, sees or does: the phone calls made, the TV shows watched, the magazines read, the plane tickets bought, the e-mail sent and received. Out of this seemingly endless ocean of information, computer scientists would plot distinctive routes in the data, mapping relationships, memories, events and experiences. LifeLog’s backers said the all-encompassing diary could have turned into a near-perfect digital memory, giving its users computerized assistants with an almost flawless recall of what they had done in the past.” (source)
If the unveiling of LifeLog was a litmus test as to whether it would be met with public acceptance, it failed miserably. According to a Wired article entitled ‘Pentagon Kills Lifelog Project,’ “civil libertarians immediately pounced on the project, arguing that LifeLog could become the ultimate tool for profiling potential enemies of the state.” The article went on to announce the cancellation of the project, able to give only scant details behind this decision:
Researchers close to the project say they’re not sure why it was dropped late last month. Darpa hasn’t provided an explanation for LifeLog’s quiet cancellation. “A change in priorities” is the only rationale agency spokeswoman Jan Walker gave to Wired News.
The article was dated February 4th, 2004, less than a year after it had been launched. Remember that date.
The Creation of Facebook
Legend has it that Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook at Harvard University purely from a result of pet projects founded in personal self-indulgence and computer programming genius. In part, this narrative was promulgated by the movie about this entitled ‘The Social Network.’
However, the letter in question, written by an alleged Facebook insider who was Mark Zuckerberg’s lover from their freshman year at Harvard, tells a much different story. In our latest episode of The Collective Evolution Show on CETV, Joe and I discuss the credibility of this letter, and its implications about what we know about Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, and the possibility that this was a set-up all along:
Here’s how the letter starts out:
To Every Facebook User,
Mark Zuckerberg, and all of us who were there from the beginning, are lying to you and using your personal life as a government-controlled experiment in brain-washing and mind-control – basically a weaponized system of the military (CIA especially) that got out of control. At this point, Mark Zuckerberg has lost control of a company that he never really owned or operated. Truly, anyone who has ever worked with Mark knows that his mind is a blank and that he is nothing more than a parrot for the government handlers who created him. Mark is incapable of running a McDonald’s, let alone one of the most powerful companies in the world. Not even his name is real and his identity has always been covered up. Mark was chosen as child for a CIA training program because his relatives were some of the people creating the program.
The letter explains how Larry Summers, president of Harvard University, created a kind of competition between teams of programmers to develop a social media site that was ultimately what DARPA created Lifelog for—”a cyber-weapon that could control the minds of anyone that could be lured into it.” It was not really made clear in the movie that Larry Summers was a main player behind the motivations of not only Zuckerberg but many other teams of students to build a social network platform, as he had actually created a competition that would supposedly award a government contract to the victor. As the letter explains, Zuckerberg was really instructed to see what the other groups were doing more than develop something on his own:
The Winkelvoss twins had developed their own version in the competition for the government contract, HC, that they changed to ConnectU. Aaron Greenspan was developing HOUSE System, and Paul Ceglia was working with Mark to modify his StreetFax software into a Facebook too. Mark developed nothing. Absolutely nothing. Even the famous “hacking” of the Harvard systems was not done by Mark himself. Mark was the middleman for those who were the overseers of the “big project”, as it was called.
W. O. Belfield, Jr.