Stephen E Arnold: Dark Web Use Expected to Increase
Author predicts filtering and other restrictions on the open Internet will push more users toward secret encrypted platforms
Despite stepped-up efforts by federal and local law enforcement agencies, the Dark Web and the contraband markets that thrive there will continue to grow in the coming years. That’s the conclusion shared by author and consultant Stephen E Arnold in his new book Dark Web Notebook, a practical guide for law enforcement, intelligence, and corporate security personnel.
Quite Extraordinary — Color Jumps Off Page and Grabs You By the Throat — an Eye Opener in Every Way,
I received a copy of the color version from the author and totally recommend the color version over the black and white version. Amazon has really got the color production line perfected, and color in this book adds a third dimension that is missing from the less expensive but much blander black and white version. I cannot over-state this: the color as planned by the author and executed by Amazon jumps off the page and grabs you by the throat. This is a phenomenal multi-dimensional book, a deep study in cultural linquistics and symbology, and I suspect it will become a classroom and presidential campaign planning staple.
Manchester was without question a false flag attack. It was probably personally approved by the Prime Minister Theresa May.
The author, a former spy who managed a false flag for the CIA (no one died) provides a mix of original and previously posted material that aggregates in one place most of what any citizen needs to know about false flag attacks as a tool of state.
#UNRIG. The 2nd American Revolution has begun, but only each of you can — in the aggregate, in Unity for Integrity — finish the job.