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President Clinton Urges Internet Police Administrated by UN

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In an interview with Maria Bartiromo on CNBC on Friday, May 13, 2011, President Clinton advocated an international internet police organization administrated by the United Nations.  

In the past 12 months, Secretary General of INTERPOL, Robert Noble, stated there needs to be a worldwide identification system, the Federal Communications Committee unilaterally voted to regulate the Internet and usurped the legislative process, President Obama released a framework for identity verification on the Internet and on Friday the 13th President Clinton championed an international internet police force enforced by the U.N.  

The Identity Report guest and identity theft prevention expert, Denis G. Kelly, was the first to to foresee the formation of such an organization.  It is a frightening path, and the trajectory has increased exponentially.

Learn the implications of an International Internet Police Organization (IINTERPOL.com) and what you can do to reverse this course.

The details will amaze you.

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