MOHAVE COUNTY, Ariz. (INTELLIHUB) — Gun rights activist and freedom lover Gianluca Zanna, who appeared in the popular anti-Establishment documentary film “Shade,” posted a YouTube video in May of 2012, which he says proves that the U.S. Department of Defense is actively and maliciously engaging his personal computer.
Zanna is a “naturalized American Citizen,” a “former Italian National,” who loves his country.
In the video’s description box, Zanna explains:
I am a law abiding person, with an immaculate criminal record, never been arrested, not even a speeding ticket since I emigrated to America almost 14 years ago. I believe in God, I believe in Liberty, [and] the U.S. Constitution.
I am a not violent person, I believe in peace and I always try to avoid any confrontation (I never been even in a fist fight since I came to America), but I believe in the Second Amendment and the rest of the Bill of Rights.
I am a pretty boring person, beside the fact that I can be pretty outspoken when comes to the US Constitution, Freedom and individual Rights. I am a professional songwriter and I write political songs, that reflect my political opinions.
On Sunday, Zanna was alerted by an antivirus/malware scanner he uses that two different IP addresses were actively trying to access or target his computer.
Using a “reverse search” Zanna was able to identify the two IPs and track them back to the U.S. Department of Defense.
“I have specified that that are 2 different IP addresses that are trying to attack my computer: one is IP 220.127.116.11 […] they both belong to DoD,” Zanna wrote.
Zanna also questions why the U.S. Military Industrial Complex would be spying on him?
“Maybe because I support the U.S. Constitution, and Bill of Rights? Maybe because I believe in God? Or maybe because I am not afraid to exercise my First Amendment Right? Or maybe because I am a gun owner? Maybe because I don’t believe in world government?”
Zanna says if this type of activity is actually going on, we are living in “martial law.”
To purchase a copy of the documentary film “Shade,” in which Zanna appears, you can do so at the film’s official website:
The DoD activity took place May 8, 2012.
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