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Government’s secret plans for apocalyptic events included total take over of social networks

REVEALED: The government’s secret plans for apocalyptic events included the total takeover or shutdown of citizens’ communication networks.

  • The previously classified files, obtained by NYU’s nonpartisan nonprofit organization the Brennan Center for Justice, detail wartime powers the president can enact.
  • The center obtained the 500-page files through a Freedom of Information Act request. Another 6,000 pages remained classified
  • The files, which were written during the Bush administration, detail a law that allows the president to take control or shut down networks during times of war.
  • The policy, called the Communications Act, says the president can, if he deems it necessary for national defense, ban civilian media.

Newly released documents have revealed the US government’s plans in the event of a potential apocalypse, including ending all civil communications during the war.

The previously classified files, obtained by NYU’s nonpartisan nonprofit organization the Brennan Center for Justice, detail wartime powers the president can enact in the event of a national emergency, such as a nuclear attack

The center obtained the 500-page files through a Freedom of Information Act request. other 6,000 pages remained classified.

Several of the files, all written during the George W. Bush administration, detail a law that allows the president to take control or shut down communications networks in time of war.

The policy, called the Communications Act, states that ‘during the continuance of a war in which the United States is engaged, the President is authorized, if he deems it necessary for the national defense and security’, to ban the communications media of the United States. civilians. .

‘He can give these instructions at and for the times he determines’, the guide continues, ‘and can modify, change, suspend or cancel them and for this purpose he is authorized to issue orders directly or through such person or persons that he designates to effect.’

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The previously classified files, obtained by NYU's nonpartisan nonprofit organization the Brennan Center for Justice, detail wartime powers the president can enact in the event of a national emergency, such as a nuclear attack.  In the photo, a model of a post-apocalyptic landscape.

The previously classified files, obtained by NYU’s nonpartisan nonprofit organization the Brennan Center for Justice, detail wartime powers the president can enact in the event of a national emergency, such as a nuclear attack. In the photo, a model of a post-apocalyptic landscape.

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