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Dear Zambia • View topic - Are the Kaunda days back??

Are the Kaunda days back??

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Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Citizen » 3rd April 2012, 16:47

Dear Zambia,

Zambia Watchdog

Zambian government intensifies crackdown on Internet users

April 2, 2012 | Filed under: More News | Posted by: editor

The PF government has heightened its internet crack down on citizens who use to discuss matters that affect them.

But the crackdown on the Internet may land the Zambian government in trouble as it risks being listed as one of the Internet enemies.

The government through its secret service is now monitoring and gathering Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of people who regularly comment on political matters on popular news websites or social media like Facebook and Twitter.

As example, the Zambia Media Forum, a private discussion group has been invaded by state agents who are passing on details of group members to the state.

Zambia Medium Forum is a discussion group whose members are mostly Zambian journalists and Civil Society activists. Some of the members work for government and parastatal companies.

Last week, at least three members of the Forum were interrogated by OP agents from their respective offices.

Earlier last week, government gave security agencies over K5 billion to destroy independent news websites in Zambia.

Sources in the police and telecommunication industry revealed that the government wants Zambian Watchdog and any other independent news website destroyed as soon as possible.

The project was launched last week on Monday and so far, the police have visited all Mobile and Internet Service providers to see how they can help in the scheme.

Some police officers have been sent to China, Europe and USA to learn how to hack websites and to learn how such websites are operated.

Sources say the government is unhappy with the readily and freely available information on the Internet which has rendered government media almost useless.

But the onslaught by the PF government on interment media and social networks may cost the government on the International scene.

Reporters Without Borders is an organisation that, among other things, monitors and documents how government abuses citizens who use the internet. It publishes a list of Internet enemies and this list isn useful to donors to determine where there money goes. Here is a current list htt p:// march12. rsf. org/en/

For Zambians who are being victimised by the Zambian government for using the Internet, you can make a complaint to Reporters Without Borders using these emails: rsf @ rsf.org or afrique @rsf. org

The Zambian Watchdog is in the process of submitting a complaint too.Dear Zambia,
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby BK » 4th April 2012, 00:06

Sad. Do you think they'll come here too?
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Citizen » 4th April 2012, 00:28

BK,

I don't know. You know they say there is nothing more dangerous than a sincerely ignorant cadre.

Back in the 1980s, there were tales of Nigerian dissidents living in the UK being kidnapped in broad daylight, by their fellow countrymen. They would be hustled into a waiting van, taken to the Nigerian embassy and put in a cargo box for shipment back to Nigeria. Some didn't survive the trip.

But if you live in a place where people are allowed to carry firearms, you have the option of blowing away the head of any PF goon who might try to nab you. You have my blessings:)
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Slumdog Shalapungu » 4th April 2012, 00:38

Just scare tactics they don't have that power. The OP is as modern as the jets the zambian army flies. The zambian shushu is not advanced enough to track people down especially in domains they cannot operate in. Just look at syria, libya and other places did their govts manage to clamp down on online dissent. What you have to realise about the shushushu in zambia is that they are like a toothless dog that relies on empty threats smoke and mirrors. that 5 billion kwacha is probably going to build ske mansion or lodge for some official who shinkad the butter the president that he needs money to track people down
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Citizen » 4th April 2012, 00:45

Slumdog,
you and me are in agreement on this one.

I know these shushu guys wish they could bag Zambians abroad and transport them home for interogation. But they can't. Not that they won't but they can't.

In the meantime, they will be sharpening those skills of Internet scare tactics.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby website seo » 1st September 2012, 21:45

بمساعدة بعض التفاصيل المثيرة للاهتمام حقا كنت قد كتبت على liberalmangfald.se لي الكثير ، فقط ما كنت تبحث عن : د.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Guest » 3rd September 2012, 09:08

Slumdog are you so sure ? You do not even anything about the jets the airforce flies ? The K-8 and the Mig-2000 jets are not exactly backward and even the MA-60 Transport planes. As for the Presidential chopper operated by ZAF it is very modern as such things go.

I am IT specialist and have done business with OP. Their IT capabilities are on par with ZRA or NAPSA or Barclays Bank locally. Please do not underestimate them. They do have the capability to tap mobile phones a far more difficult task than knocking down a website.

Slumdog stick to philosophy and please curtail your know it allattitude. You know nothing on this topic.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Guest mkulu » 3rd September 2012, 09:22

Guest,
please spare us the bull shit. What you are saying is self evidently bull shit because of one man. Slumdog. This canine talks shit about GRZ day in and day out. And here he is today. Still talking a whole load of shit. If your boys at OP were as competent as you claim, Slumdog would have been silenced a long time ago. As they have done with the opposition on the home turf. So quit bull shitting, ok?
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Guest » 3rd September 2012, 14:15

Stop dreaming. They can if it were possible. The websites are off shore and bringing them down once does not mean they cannot spring up again somewhere else. You can host a website anywhere you want. Remember Wikileaks it only shut down due to lack of money. The CIA and NSA did there damndest to shut them down. Chinese, Syrian, iranina website stay up despite intensive attempts to shut them down. basically all I need is a flash disk and I can move a website anywhere. Stop talking about things you do not know about. OK. The OP does have a substantial IT establishment that utilises siofwtare like Linux, Windows, oracle, MS-SQL etc. OK. They have IT froensic guys traiend by the FBI and DEA. If they have been travelling to othe r countries it is to make allowances (A usual GRZ trick).

The Op has been involved in operations with the CIA to track down Al-Qaeda and has linsk with Mossad. The issue is OP prpared to become the old fashioend KGB clone they used to be. By the way our Intelligence service got training from Mossad, MI5 and the CIA. Stop whistling in the wind about things you do not know about. They have had the capability to bug mobile phones for over 5 years. If you knew anything about how mobile phones work and how PCs work, you would realise it is easier to track down a PC than a mobile phone.

OP harassed people on the net during the third term. Ask the owner of this very website Chanda Chisala and Michael Chishal what they went through. Do not take Op respecting citizen's right for docility. THe OP is now operated within the law and is not an extra judicial arm of the ruling party as it was under Kaunda and to a certain extent under Chiluba.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Guest » 3rd September 2012, 14:20

By the way the idiot that thinks OP cannot kidnap a guy abroad, ask Godfrey Miyanda how he was brought back from DRC way back in 1980. the story is worthy of any thriller. Bwana let us not waffle waffle about issues we do not have a clue about. Our intelkleignece Service has mounted operations in places as diverse as DRC, Mozambique, Uganda, UK etc. Most of these were to support Zambian foreign policy but some remember the Savimbi-Chiluba deals were for pure profit. Do not underestimate their capabilities. Do it at your own peril.

Slumdog is as usual a know it all who know nothing about some of the things he talks about.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Guest » 3rd September 2012, 14:30

This is ZAF's frontline fighter http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/mig21/

of course Slumdog as usual know nothing about this. The cockpit is the same as an Israeli Airforce F-16 cockpit. Pilots and technicians who went ot Israel to train on this aircraft got time on the F-16 as IAI used the same avionics and other elctronic gear in the Mig-21 2000 project.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Slumdog Shalapungu » 3rd September 2012, 21:03

Ma rubbish this is the problem with you chamba smoking cadets just because general whoever tells you something you think you know something. MIg's are old jets they can never have the same cockpits as an f16. Mig's were developed after the second world war and most were retired in the 1960s. Maybe you do you know what an f16 but they basically fly themselves. Am sure you think just because muli chi gear mundeke then they are the same, sometimes save your ignorance for the barracks where you will be believed
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Pio » 4th September 2012, 03:06

Guest my good man, I'm sorry but you are talking right out of your ass, man. Some of your guys and your idolizing of goons and retarded henchmen.



Guest wrote :
> By the way the idiot that thinks OP cannot kidnap a guy abroad, ask Godfrey
> Miyanda how he was brought back from DRC way back in 1980. the story is
> worthy of any thriller. Bwana let us not waffle waffle about issues we do
> not have a clue about. Our intelkleignece Service has mounted operations in
> places as diverse as DRC, Mozambique, Uganda, UK etc. Most of these were to
> support Zambian foreign policy but some remember the Savimbi-Chiluba deals
> were for pure profit. Do not underestimate their capabilities. Do it at
> your own peril.
>
> Slumdog is as usual a know it all who know nothing about some of the things
> he talks about.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Buluku » 4th September 2012, 19:21

I remember in the Kaunda days when you find a man on the street talking to himself, he was automatically certified as a nutcase and was eligible for Chainama Hills. These days they call it ati Bluetooth. Bluetooth my ass. Some fool blubbering to himself and that’s supposed to be bluetooth?? What the heck?
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Retard » 5th September 2012, 14:23

Slumdog idiot as usual proviidng half baked philosophical theories. The MiG-21 2000 upgrade puts F-16 avionics in a mig-21 airframe. This is because modern solid state electronics are smaller by orders of magnitude. Furthrmore there are very modern Mig-29 still flying around. Infact when Germany was unified in 1990 the Mig-29 was better than anything else in the German inventory until the F4-2000 upgrade project as well as the advent of Typhoon.

The Mig-21 was in production up to the 1980s and in China the Mig-21 the F-7 only stopped production about 7 years ago. The worlds most effective bomber the B-52 Stratofortress first flew in 1956 and is scheduled to retire in 2030 !! You see planes can be upgraded and refurbished. The frontline fighters the US uses right now the F-15 and F-16 first flew in the early 1970s.

So Slumdog just go back to your pseudo jhalf-baked theories and stop being a brainless know it all. It is irritating !!!!
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby mukolwe » 5th September 2012, 14:57

gotta love google. everything is right at your finger tips.

mukolwe is here to assure you my friends that sleep sound at night, you're safe. enjoy your freedom of speech, no one will come after you for saying sata's an ignant old man 'cause truth be told, he sure as hell is

kalebalika mukwai
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Retard » 5th September 2012, 16:25

How about a well informed securocrat. The Governemnt spent a lot of time and money educating me and other officers all over the world. No need for Google. Just well informed.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Clubber » 5th September 2012, 18:23

Retard my man, you sound like a guy who knows what he's talking about. Anybody heard from Slum yet? Helloo. LOL. DZ is so entertaining.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby espresso » 5th September 2012, 18:26

mukolwe wrote :
> gotta love google. everything is right at your finger tips.
>


Tell me about it, mukolwe. I myself have stood here in total amazement as people describe Shalapungu's "awesome knowledge" on subjects that reach the stratosphere. I'm here thinking, have these people really never heard of google? Not even bing, yahoo and blekko? What about webcrawler and info.com? Come on lads


Clubber, patience my dear. Shalapungu is busy compiling material from google so he can come back and thrill us with his acumen.
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Re: Are the Kaunda days back??

Postby Slumdog Shalapungu » 5th September 2012, 20:26

Google my foot, thats the excuse for retards when they meet people who are not retards

Actually my knowledge on jets comes from hving family in the air force, having a keen interest in military intelligence and of course how I know so much on the jets is the military channels show 'dogfights'.

Now to answer this mutundabuzi Retard

1) mig 21 2000 is a plane that the ZAF does not own , now if you knew anything about planes you would know only the israelis own a 2000. The plane I speak of which you foolishly quote owned by Zaf is a MiG-21MF whose production date was 1959. they were sold to Zambia in 1979 from the russians

2) an f16 does not have the same avionics as a mig 21, thats just plain stupid. Mig 21 were one the first planes to have delta wings when they were first built. their avionics were primitive where pilots had to navigate with their naked eyes. And most ironically I don't think you understand what the word avionics means because f16's are built by lockheed martin and Mig's by the russians so how they can have the same avionics( which means navigation system)really tells me you know nada.

3) lastly surely you know the only mig 21 in production were experimental variants . You must be one thicko to think the same f16 jets from ninety pende fikondo are the same ones flying today. Maybe you need to google lockheed martin f16 variants you will see they only look like those jets but inside the technology on those jets is on par with 5th generation raptors


Now please crawl back to whereever you came from and wallow in the darkness of your stupidity. But before I do let me invite you to a militray forum for enthusiates where we debate about scram jets, ohio class submarines and cool military technology

http://www.defencetalk.com/forums/

Maybe you will know things like me one day
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