Ukraine Secret Police Takes Down 30,000 Websites to Fight “Pro-Russian Propaganda”

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SBU’s crack-down on a Ukrainian web-hosting company resulted in nearly 30,000 sites of various types to become inaccessible

Global Research, May 02, 2015

ukraine-drapeau-animé-2by Anna Poludenko-Young

This article originally appeared on Global Voices. It was also published by Russian Insider.

Ukraine’s State Security Service (SBU) was initially aiming to shut down five websites that had been allegedly spreading pro-Russian views about the conflict in Ukraine. Instead, they ended up crushing thousands of other websites, halting business and other activities of the Ukrainian segment of the Internet.

How It All Went Down

In an attempt to block five allegedly anti-Ukrainian websites, the State Security Service cracked down on a local web-hosting company, NIC.ua, also the largest domain registrar in Ukraine. SBU officers seized hosting servers at four NIC.ua data centers in Kyiv on April 7, 2015. Surprisingly, the targeted ‘pro-Russian’ websites resumed work in a few hours…

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SB 277 – California’s vaccine violence targets genetically vulnerable children who can’t eliminate the harmful toxins

It is so inexpensive to test for genetic defects, $99 if you order through http://www.23andme.com or order genetic tests from other companies through your doctor’s office is probably a lot more costly and should be a required covered test under our mandatory Health Law.

Before children are vaccinated, there needs to be some sort of mandated “Your Right To Know Your Genetics and Side Effects of Vaccinations” disclosure and genetic tests done prior to the forced vaccinations so parents can chose to opt out upon disclosure of genetic results.