Who Really Created the Internet?

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog


The Internet was NOT created by the U.S. military.

It was enhanced by the Department of Defense, but it was created by the most insidious U.S. government bureaucracy of them all …

the U.S. compulsory public school system — a creation of the Connecticut Valley-Silicon Valley Axis.

It’s no accident that the United States Department of Defense is abbreviated DoD, and the United States Department of Education is abbreviated DoED.


The internet was NOT created for the convenience of either Joe Six-Pack or Joe College.

It was created for their brainwashing.

Star Trek’s The Borg is NOT a futuristic concept.

It’s been around for over a hundred years, courtesy of the Station of Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, ground zero for the U.S. eugenics program, financed by eugenicist Andrew Carnegie.

Cold Spring Harbor is alive and well today,

Its “educational programs serve professional scientists, doctoral students in biology, teachers of biology in the K-12 system, and students from the elementary grades through high school,” according to Wikipedia.

Cold Spring Harbor has been actively participated in dumbing down Joe Six Pack and Joe College since 1890.

DoED regards the average Joe and Jane as “defective protoplasm contaminating the stream of life” (quoted from the book quoted below).


John Taylor Gatto (The Underground History of American Education, Revised Edition, 2006) wrote …

“Once the dumb are wished into existence, they serve valuable functions: as a danger to themselves and others they have to be watched, classified, disciplined, trained, medicated, sterilized, ghettoized, cajoled, coerced, jailed. To idealists they represent a challenge, reprobates to be made socially useful. Either way you want it, hundreds of millions of perpetual children require paid attention from millions of adult custodians. An ignorant horde to be schooled one way or another.”


Re: What do you mean by the Connecticut Valley-Silicon Valley Axis?

Yale and Stanford and everything in between …

Harvard, Princeton, Berkeley, Brown, Dartmouth, Duke, Georgetown, Cornell, Columbia, Chapel Hill, Vanderbilt, Williams, Colgate, University of Virginia, University of Michigan, University of Wisconsin, Boston College, Boston University, M.I.T., and Wharton Business School.


The graduates of Wharton include Donald Trump, Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, Hugo Salinas Price, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Michael Milken, and the CEOs of Google, Apple, Cisco, Oracle, Luxe, Digital Sky, Snapfish, LinkedIn, Boston Scientific, CBS, TV Guide, Warner Home Video, Time, McGraw-Hill, General Electric, Boeing, American Airlines, Northwest Airlines, U.S. Airways, Philips, Comcast, DHL, UPS, Pepsi, Snapple, Mars, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic, Biogen, Universal Health Services, Fuji Xerox, Wrigley, Tesco, H-E-B, Sysco, Franklin Mint, Loews, Advance Auto Parts, Wrigley’s, Commerce Bank, Morgan Stanley, Central Bank of Malaysia, Central Bank of Indonesia, Central Bank of Thailand, Reserve Bank of Vanuatu, H&R Block, Merchant Equity Partners, First Reserve, UBS AG, etc. — just to name a few.


Check out Wikipedia’s “List of Wharton School alumni” for more names — just to name a few more (e.g., multi-billionaire Hugo Salinas Price isn’t listed).


The Connecticut Valley-Silicon Valley Axis controls the internet for two main reasons …

1) So everyone who isn’t a member of the American aristocracy (1% of the 1%) can be brainwashed and sold a bill of goods along with a perpetual pile of unnecessary material goods

2) So the American aristocracy can communicate among themselves “in between the cracks” in cyberspace.

Number 2 is their Achilles heel.

You, Joe Blow and Joe College (and your sisters, Jane Blow and Jane College) can learn to surf these cracks in cyberspace.

It doesn’t take much effort, just a little savvy static in the attic pointed in the right direction.

Know the source (from soil to shelf) and follow the money (from pocket to pocket and bank to bank).

Who benefits if I believe genetically-modified drugs and food have not been around for over a hundred years?

Who benefits if i believe genetic modification has anything to do with genes?

Who benefits if I believe in a sodium pump?

Who benefits if I believe Alzheimer’s has no cure?

Who benefits if I believe vitamin C cures a cold?

Who benefits if I believe vitamin D is a … vitamin?


Even paranoids have real enemies.

The definition of TRUSTANOIA is “the faith of Americans that their government promotes their best interest.”

If you believe that, you’ve been brainwashed by the overreaching corporate eugenics prison program in charge of the U.S. compulsory schooling system dedicated to “commercially prepared disinformation dispensed for tranquilizing purposes.”

If you believe that, perhaps you’d like to buy a bottle of cod liver oil too? (*wink*)

It’s not genetically modified. (*wink wink*)

'Who Really Created the Internet?' have 3 comments

  1. March 9, 2017 @ 1:19 am Atom

    One of the heavyweights of American compulsory schooling is Yale psychologist and pediatrician Arnold Lucius Gesell (1880-1961).

    He’s the eugenicist who said “society need not wait for perfection of the infant science of eugenics before proceeding upon a course which will prevent the renewal of defective protoplasm contaminating the stream of life.”

    Professor Gesell advocated a policy of “eugenic violence” to deal with U.S. “inferiors” …

    “We must do as with the feebleminded, organize the extinction of the tribe.”


    B. Harris (“Arnold Gesell’s progressive vision: child hygiene, socialism and eugenics,” History of Psychology, Aug. 2011) wrote …

    “In October 1913, The American Magazine published an article by Arnold Gesell that portrayed Alma, Wisconsin (his hometown) as overflowing with the mentally and morally unfit. In ‘The Village of a Thousand Souls’, Gesell called for the observation and segregation of the unfit as a eugenic measure. This article explores the reasons behind this infamous article by someone who became a famous developmental psychologist and pediatrician. Gesell’s papers at the Library of Congress reveal his socialist views of poverty, injustice, and human development. The archives of his father’s photography studio at the Wisconsin Historical Society reveal his manipulation of the photographic record to fit his negative view of Alma. Typical of the era, Gesell’s Progressive vision combined social control and negative eugenics with egalitarianism and the benevolent engineering of the environment.”



  2. March 9, 2017 @ 1:26 am Atom

    Ivan Illich (Deschooling Society, 1970) wrote …

    “To deschool means to abolish the power of one person to oblige another person to attend a meeting. It also means recognizing the right of any person, of any age or sex, to call a meeting. This right has been drastically diminished by the institutionalization of meetings. ‘Meeting’ originally referred to the result of an individual’s act of gathering. Now it refers to the institutional product of some agency.

    “The ability of service institutions to acquire clients has far outgrown the ability of individuals to be heard independently of institutionalized media, which respond to individuals only if they are salable news.”


    Deschooling Society was once so popular, it had three reprintings in a single year (1972).

    Today almost no one has even heard of it, much less read it.



  3. March 9, 2017 @ 1:30 am Atom

    Ivan Illich (Deschooling Society, 1970) wrote …

    “Under the authoritative eye of the teacher, several orders of value collapse into one. The distinctions between morality, legality, and personal worth are blurred and eventually eliminated. Each transgression is made to be felt as a multiple offense. The offender is expected to feel that he has broken a rule, that he has behaved immorally, and that he has let himself down. A pupil who adroitly obtains assistance on an exam is told that he is an outlaw, morally corrupt, and personally worthless.”



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