Friday, 20 January 2012

Megaupload destroyed by US Government

Anyone who's tried to download any archive files in the last day via a link from this blog to the hosting service Megaupload where I uploaded them will find that they are now inaccessible. I don't know if they will ever be available for download from this host again - it seems extremely unlikely having read the news -
US government hits Megaupload with mega piracy indictment

Yeah well thanks United States Corporation (for that's what it is, along with most 'countries' worldwide - they are no more than corporations out to do business, which have conned their 'citizens' into believing that they have control over them through an accident of birth (certificate) and a trust contract which they have levied upon them for better or worse), what the hell makes you think that you can shut down any internet sharing system that operates worldwide and is outside your jurisdiction? Oh right yes, now you think that you can abduct anyone from anywhere around the world (and even kill your own citizens illegally with impunity) and keep them prisoner for an unlimited time. It's a case of one corporation defending another (in this case mainly the Holly Wood propaganda machine).

'Fascism should rightly be called Corporatism, as it is the merger of corporate and government power.' - Benito Mussolini (as he knew very well)

Apologies to anyone who was hoping to download any files via this blog, files made from cassettes that I bought myself, which have never been released commercially and about which I have often had positive encouragement from the artists themselves regarding their distribution online. So now I shall have to look around for a new host if I want to reupload them and post new links, this may take a while so patience please. MU always struck me as one of the better hosting services out there as far as their free accounts, waiting times to download and speed of delivery, good luck to 'em if they choose to fight back.
(Many of the albums posted here are also floating around on eMule if anyone uses that network.)

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