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originally posted by: SonOfTheLawOfOne
originally posted by: Soloprotocol
Russia Warns "state of War" Exists as UK prepare first strike.
Well thanks very much all you Nawbags, we know get a ringside seat in the coming Apocalypse. £#@< you all.
Check your sources man... at the bottom of that page is a source link to WhatDoesItMean, which leads to an article from Sorcha Faal.
originally posted by: SkepticOverlord
There's so many "excuses" now that it's hard to keep track.
NY Times: Paper Says Austrian Doctor Treating Putin for Back Problems
VIENNA — An Austrian newspaper reported on Sunday that Russian President Vladimir Putin was suffering from back problems, and that a Viennese orthopedic expert had traveled to Moscow to treat him.
The Kurier paper did not name the doctor or give the source of the information for its report, which comes amid widespread speculation on the Russian leader's whereabouts.
How many explanations for Putin's 10+ day absence are we up to now?
originally posted by: Peeple
a reply to: Soloprotocol
Holy bloody #! If it wasn't so serious this
would have been the joke of the week.
“A Network Error Routed Traffic For The UK’s Nuclear Weapons Agency Through Russian Telecom”
Internet data from the UK’s Atomic Weapons Establishment and other sensitive information was being sent through Ukraine, by mistake, all last week.
As well as the nuclear weapons body, which is “responsible for the design, manufacture and support of warheads for the United Kingdom’s nuclear deterrent”, traffic from the Post Office and elsewhere was accidentally being sent through Ukrainian providers. The BT internet traffic should was being rerouted through Ukrainian internet provider Vega, but security experts believe that the problem was a mistake.
Data would not normally be expected to flow that way, and the diversion through Ukraine is far from the most efficient route.
Fraudulent routing of this kind can allow criminals and other malicious agencies access to data but is relatively easy to do. Dyn, which discovered the problem in Ukraine, says that since routing is based “entirely on trust, it’s relatively easy to commandeer IP address space that belongs to someone else”.
originally posted by: crazyewok
Im hoping the sanctions have worked and Putin is gone.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Very odd that Putin has not used Twitter since March 6th. He was a pretty regular user up until that day....in fact, almost daily. While I am sure he was not the actual one tweeting, would that suggest some sort of gag order being in place for Putin?
Israel’s former ambassador to Russia, Zvi Magen, told Haaretz he believes “there are many signs of a coup. The movement of the army around the Kremlin indicates that there is a change in government, or that an attempt at a change in government is being carried out.”