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USAISC continues to spy on SNN

February 27, 2012

Feds paranoid about dissent on the Internet

United States Army Information Systems Command (USAISC) Headquarters in Little Rock, Arkansas paid SNN a visit online today. Their IP address was They apparently have centres all over the US where they monitor the Internet because we’ve gotten hits from them from Arizona, Maryland, Mississippi, Virginia and now Arkansas. I guess the spooks at the USAISC are pretty paranoid given how much they are spying on us and other dissident groups. Even though we do not advocate violence or terrorism of any kind, they read our site pretty much every day. In case they haven’t picked up on it yet, we are against their awful Empire and the existence of their military-spy organisation. :)

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  • Jared

    Love the pic.

  • http://catholicknight.blogspot.com TCK

    That’s funny, because the US Navy Information Network seems to be a regular reader of The Catholic Knight blog. I for one welcome their readership. I figure I’ve obviously got nothing to hide, and who knows, maybe I’ll convince a few of our boys monitoring me to join me in the cause! Lord knows, if anyone needs to read the material I post, it is certainly them.

    Of course there is always the remote possibility that somebody in the Navy just likes reading what I post. I know I’ve got a lot of US military fans overseas. I regularly get hits from US outposts in Europe, and Afganastan.

  • http://confederatepapist.blogspot.com/ Confederate Papist

    We have many Southerners in the Yankee military. If they decide to crack down on us I wonder what those folks would do?

  • http://catholicknight.blogspot.com TCK

    Crack down on us for what? Freedom of speech? Expression? Thought police? Not to say that I wouldn’t put that last the paranoid Columbian Empire, but they’re going to have a hard time explaining that one to the world. Nothing we do is illegal, and we oppose anyone who would try anything dishonourable. So I think it’s far more likely we have friends and sympathisers in the US military. Anyone who might be a ‘spy’ has to admit we’ve done thing wrong.

  • http://coloradoconfederatarian.squarespace.com/ Snaggle-Tooth Jones

    Michael, in the interest of rounding out this report, I’m going to share with your readers what I mentioned to you in a PM a couple of weeks ago:

    My (defunct) blog, The Colorado Confederatarian, received a hit from NORTHCOM via SNN, as it is linked on your sidebar. Here is what the activity looks like in my IP tracker:

    02/09 at 08:31:35 AM ncnp.northcom.mil JONES DEBATES CLAREMONT FELLOW RICHARD REEB (HTML)

    As you can see, the hit referenced on top clearly shows that it is from NORTHCOM. For those of you who don’t know what NORTHCOM is, read this:


    So, yeah, they are watching. But screw them. It’s simply the last gasp of a dying empire.

    Deo Vindice

  • http://catholicknight.blogspot.com TCK

    Let them watch. Who is to say they won’t eventually agree with us!

    Howdy military boys! Welcome! Y’all are doing a mighty fine job. Browse around and read some of the articles. You might find something you like. Y’all are welcome to stop by my blog as well http://www.catholicknight.com Some of your Navy buddies have already been there. I wouldn’t want you to feel left out. Come on by and read some of my posts. I’ve got LOTS of fans in the U.S. military. Some local and some overseas. I would be honoured to have you among them.

    By the way, my father served in your line of work some time back. Since I know my identity is no secret to you, you might want to look him up soon. He’s in need of some financial help right now, and I’m sure you boys wouldn’t mind pulling a few strings to help out a fellow veteran. :)

    Now as for the readers of SNN, I’m hear to tell you that you’ve probably got nothing to worry about from these military intelligence people. They like snooping around and keeping tabs on things, but they generally don’t do anything else. I’ve had their types follow me all of my life, literally, and there is probably nothing they don’t know about me. Truth is, some of them agree with us, but would never talk about it even amongst themselves. (You know who you are out there.) Dear old dad, poor suffering guy, did a great service for the Union defending us from the Soviets, but talk to him privately and he’ll tell you the South was right in the War of Southern Independence, and he’s a Yankee! Those military intelligence boys are sharp. They know their history, and they’re not the types to fall for government propaganda — even the stuff that comes out of Washington DC. They are soldiers though. They’re just following orders. They do what they are told, but that doesn’t mean they always agree with it. I’m just glad I can provide them with some good reading material now and then, so when they’re forced to read it because of their orders, they are at least getting something that is remotely entertaining and somewhat agreeable to their sensibilities. I’m sure what we put out is far more interesting to them than that crap they have to read from the Klan, NeoNazis and rogue militia groups.

  • http://catholicknight.blogspot.com TCK

    Oh. BTW. The only reason why you have the IP addresses from your military visitors is because they want you to know they’ve been looking. If they didn’t want you to know, it would never show up on your tracking program. Seeing military IP addresses on your tracking is a good thing, because it shows they don’t view you as a threat, and they’re willing to leave they’re footprints behind just to let you know.

  • Michael

    TCK, it’s probably a computer program which searches for key terms and records the sites where it finds these terms. When we get hits of military bases these are probably real people. But these USAISC hits are programs, I’m guessing. I welcome the real people who might read our site. There are many Southerners in the military and many people in general who are skeptical of the Empire’s actions.

  • http://catholicknight.blogspot.com TCK

    Ah yes, but even the computer hits eventually lead to a real person reading, that is IF the computer finds our websites interesting enough based on its software.

  • http://catholicknight.blogspot.com TCK

    Don’t get me wrong. I interpret military surveillance software as a kind of paranoia from a dying empire that will eventually be used against us, just not yet. When that day comes however, we will have bigger problems. Until then however, I say let them watch, because in the process we will likely gain a few supporters from among them.


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