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by Jorj Svensen
Friday, Feb. 07, 2003 at 11:30 PM
Your lack of concern for freedom as it exists in the free nations may one day result in losing it.
Headquarters Fights anti-American Dissident/Terrorist Groups
Punching holes in
the wool which has been pulled over our faces
-KOBE Headquarters opened on
November 4, 2002 at
http://www.kobehq.com and has become one of the hottest new sites on
the Internet. Shortly after it's inauguration, KOBE Headquarters was
attacked by dissidents and organized subversive groups which have been
using the Internet to spread anti-American propaganda. Before KOBE came
along, they were free to roam the internet, opening message boards and
websites which openly seek to destroy the Government of the United
States and other countries through subversive means. Pictures of the
President of the United States with the Nazi flag as it's background,
inverted flags and government seals, calls to spy on and harass
government officials. International figures in other democratic nations
have not been immune to these activities.
KOBE feels that these
groups have gone unchecked and that their anti-American efforts should
not be regarded with apathy. We will actively fight them in support of
our government. Your lack of concern for freedom as it exists in the
free nations may one day result in losing it. AOL and a growing number
of software companies which provide content blocking for children and
institutions of learning have begun to block access to resources
operated by these subversive groups operating freely on the Internet.
Failure to monitor activities from such groups could provide a fertile
ground for terrorist propaganda, and covert communications designed to
undermine democracy. Active members of these groups claim that their
right to free speech is denied by these actions, however, in crucial
times, such measures may be justifiable (albeit arbitrary).
WARNING: Some sections of
the KOBE Headquarters website contain nudity and commentary which
certain individuals may find offensive. You must be 18 or over to visit
KOBE is not an organization, but all like
thinkers are "members" of KOBE.
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||Saturday, Feb. 08, 2003 at 9:29 AM
|What the FU*K?!!
||Saturday, Feb. 08, 2003 at 12:01 PM
|What the FU*K?!!
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||Saturday, Feb. 08, 2003 at 1:07 PM
|I smell herring - red ones.
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