Category Archives: Information Warfare

Final Battle For The World Begins: But Will Trumpian Forces Unite?

Information Warfare is a concept involving the use and management of information and communication technology in pursuit of a competitive advantage over an opponent, and whose first use the America’s began in 1774 when the British Crown Post Office dismissed from his duties Benjamin Franklin—who then went on to become one of the world’s greatest political theorists, an American Founding Father, and one of the most powerful Freemasons to have ever to have lived. Barely 10 years after the first truly global war in human history [which World War I most certainly was not] called the Seven Years’ War  (that involved every European great power of the time (except the Ottoman Empire), spanned five continents, affected Europe, the Americas (French and Indian War), West Africa, India, and the Philippines) ended in 1763, the war weary citizens of the British American colonies began rebelling against their ever increasing taxes and continuing loss of freedom—thus leading, in 1773, to these people causing a relatively minor political protest (over high taxes) called the Boston Tea Party that involved a secret society named The Sons of Liberty, who while disguising themselves as Native Americans, destroyed an entire shipment of tea sent by the East India Company

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