LEAVING ONLY DEATH NOTICE
8th August 2002
content of the popular New York-based, alternative Internet website, VoxFux.com
has disappeared --leaving only a cryptic notice on the homepage. It warns
that the site editor's death --should that eventuality arise-- would be
no accident, but an assassination by rogue covert forces linked to the
perpetrators of the 9/11 attacks.
in the event of a premature death. I, Voxfux, ...declare that in the event
of my premature death that .....my death was more likely a result of an
assassination perpetrated by the forces that I have outlined in the voxnyc
website..... There have been anonymous cowardly threats on my life and
That notice previously sat
as a disclaimer among hundreds of web pages packed with no-holds-barred
analysis of the 9/11 attacks and the role of covert government/military
forces in the current US crisis. The companion site Voxnyc.com is still
online, but neither Google.com or Internet archive website Archive.org have
significant cached pages from VoxFux.
markings made on the front door of my residence designed to cause fear."
--Current Voxfux Website 8th August, 2002.
Immediately prior to the site content being withdrawn, the VoxFux lead
story was "Secret US Forces Plan Pretext
for Clamp-Down," which detailed the danger of a "dirty"
suitcase bomb or bioterror attack in New York City by covert forces seeking
to initiate global conflict.
VoxFux maintained that popular awareness of dirty bombs has been deliberately
fostered for many months --to program the public to accept that such an
event would have a Middle East terrorist origin. VoxFux claimed that the
true perpetrators would be covert US forces. The website also highlighted
the alternative danger of a biowarfare attack --with the covert same purpose.
"American’s are being, “softened up” right now for their first
“Dirty Bomb,” attack.... an imaginary catastrophic device ...heavily promoted
in the media and ultimately steered to what will almost certainly be the
dramatic conclusion of a self fulfilling media stoked prophecy - to be
fabricated first in our imaginations then ignited in the real world..."
An issue that arises is that the independent online sector may have become
overly dependent on the use of Google.com and Archive.org for retrieving
stories that are no longer available online. Should either of these websites
be compromised --or indeed government agency proxies to start with --then
with one fell swoop these agencies could achieve an Orwellian rewrite of
Readers keen to see vital information not disappear down the memory hole
can download the content of vital websites. One of the best freeware software
utilities to accomplish this is WinHTTrack,
which is elegant, simple and reliable.
Independent online journalists should also consider defensive measures to
underwrite their personal safety. A common practice is to place sensitive
information in the hands of persons at one remove from friends and family.
Information of a kind that might in normal circumstances have difficulty
gaining popular acceptance --but in the event of action against the author
would have considerable subsequent credo.