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'AT&T' Internet Provider Communications

Yet a capitalist has not allegiance, 'cept for profit

Monopoly tactics against the Citizenry: The First Call of War is to Sever Communications

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Censorship is malicious


Glance through the results of any search engine to find the criminal racket that has the "consumers" receiving less than a fair deal for the high prices for Internet Communications in America. Now that every major city and town is incorporated and under monopoly control, most cities in America are left with only one or two choices for Internet communications. This leaves our Nation trapped and vulnerable.

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AT&T Monopoly forces the Citizenry to use only AT&T hardware.

Unlike other Internet Providers that simply deliver the internet to the end of the line or cable, AT&T demands that we allow their device in our homes (or they will not deliver the Internet).

The problem is that their hardware device is riddled with bugs and backdoors, and is hindering communications (and more).

Enter AT&T Monopoly


This is, to the best of my knowledge, a patent example of Profiteering and/or Racketeering. When only one monopoly, perhaps finding many of the "elected" officials receiving stocks as gifts, or already having stock in monopoly, the conflict of public and National interest is when that particular monopoly is the sole choice for communications to the Public.

Censorship is running amok in 2020, trampling the Constitution, and out-sourcing the attacks to increase the monopoly profits.

My Logs show attacks I block daily. Primarily, the nuisances derived are from what appears to be google (Google owns the 66.249.x.x block), and included are attacks from Ip Blocks owned by Amazon, Spectrum, etc.

Terrorism is rightly-defined in the eye of the Beholder.



It is understood that it is a difficult task to turn down lobbyist money and favors, but in light of the fact that our Nation is in dire debt perhaps the FCC is no longer there to protect our interests, and therefore no longer a necessary expediture that our Nation can afford.



When was the last time we heard of the FCC doing anything good for the populations, or for the economy for that mAT&Ter?

Seriously though, not one solitary good memory comes to mind in reference to the legitimacy and need for the FCC in 2019.


If they cannot even force the monopolies to act lawfully (er, let me rephrase that, ETHICALLY, HUMANELY, AS A FELLOW AMERICAN as opposed to a disgustingly arrogant aloof parasitic self-indulging repulsively capitalizing on the rest of us to make itself so fat that clothes can no longer hide it's pathetic nakedness pro-humanity.


A simple google search shows that there are two choices (not counting lagging satellite), and of our choices for internet show some of the worst reviews found in any other company on the planet, and yet nothing comes of it.


We could cut our Nation's loss by eliminating the "Consumer Protections Agencies" also. The front is no longer offering a semblance of a working system.


Censorship surely is not the way to solving issues. Censorship only affords the capitalizers more un-hindered criminal activity, and time to plot their next magic trick in an effort to accrue more (substance, profit, material, another Judge, another Senator, some other Public Relations Group or member).

It's the difference between being told you are going to drown, and that your entire family tree and everyone you ever knew was also going to drown.

Typical errors with the AT&T Monopoly "Service"


With today's so-few choices in communications, like many others, I find myself between a rock and hardplace.


Yet still I must give the monopoly more money every month for the shoddy malicious service, more money than my entire electric bill!

The illusion of two whole choices for Internet in any community.

Why only two?

In modern times, a great many phones are SIP or Voip and have EVERYTHING to do with communications.

Yet with the public outcry, online reviews concerning the Internet moguls, these communications monopolies are home of the largest number of negative reviews on the planet, *second to only the legal system. *Which is no easy task because unlike the corporations that simply could care less how many 1-star negative views are heaped up against them, our legal system simply has the negative reviews erased. If you don't believe me, simply go to google maps and type in the name of your local court house. Notice the number of reviews are extremely low or non-existent (impossible since the courts affect so many citizens in a negative manner).

In the event that someone out there might come up with the bright idea to change Internet Providers, most of us cannot. I'm one of the lucky ones, there's another viable "choice" for Internet Providers in my area.


Been there, done that (thrice)


Here's the results of that idea, the notion that there are choices in America's present-day economically-strangled Nation:

It is possible to find some good in any given enemy on the planet but .... not the FCC?


In fact, the only thing I can remember of anything the FCC has accomplished is basically bad.


It's when the FCC decided to make the CB Radio conform to some new restrictions.


Then there was the incident when the FCC stuck a notice on my apartment door threatening to do something against me monetarily (yes, strong-arm extortion!) if I did not comply with the power stipulations they wrote into law back then.

When conducting a rudimentary series of traceroutes, more often than not the actual derivation of the sender is right here in America.

This is not to say it is you or I, the Americans, that are doing this activity. We all have our own lives to live. From my observations this is a very organized legal criminal activity by a group that is able to alter lives in their wake. This is a an entity with a job description (I seriously can tell the personalities of each shift!). Third shift is the devil. ";-)


Above is a screenshot of the errors I receive using AT&T.With today's so-few choices in communications, I'm between a rock and hardplace.Yet still must give the monopoly money every month for the shoddy malicious service.


The only choices allowed to the Citizenry in today's economically controlled (and economically centralized) market, are rotten eggs.


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